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St. Anthony starts $6 million project

            CROWN POINT – Franciscan St. Anthony Health-Crown Point has announced it will begin construction on a $6 million Radiology Oncology Department that will include a Trilogy Linear Accelerator from Varian Medical Systems of California.             Construction is expected to be completed by November.             “The Trilogy radiation therapy machine will offer fast, more precise, …

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Workforce Health opens Porter County office

            LAPORTE – Workforce Health LLC, an affiliate of Indiana University Health LaPorte Hospital will offer occupational health and wellness services in Porter County in the spring.             The clinic will be in the Eastport Centre off Indiana 49 between Indiana 2 and U.S. 30. It will offer treatment of work-related injuries, drug and alcohol …

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Healthy cooking class being offered

            LAPORTE – Indiana University Health LaPorte Hospital is offering a free series on Healthy Cooking on Thursday, Feb. 10, and Thursday, March 10.             The programs include cooking demonstrations and sampling of the prepared items. The programs are from noon to 12:45 p.m. at The Crossing, 1203 Washington St., LaPorte.             Chef Keith Peffers …

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Centier Bank reports earnings growth

            MERRILLVILLE – Centier Bank has reported growth in earnings and an increase in capital in 2010. Earnings for the year were $10.2 million with a return of assets of 0.51 percent and a return on equity of 6.71 percent.             Centier also increased its capital from $167.1 million to $186.6 million. First Bancshares Inc., …

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Meteorologist to speak at fund raiser

            MUNSTER – Meteorologist Ginger Zee of NBC Channel 5 in Chicago will be the featured speaker for a fund raising dinner for the Cancer Resource Centre at 11 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 17 at Briar Ridge Country Club in Schererville.             The luncheon centers on Zee’s career and uplifting, inspirational story. She was born in …

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Purdue professor studies system failure

            WEST LAFAYETTE – A Purdue University researcher has proposed development of a new cross-disciplinary approach for analyzing and preventing systemic failures in complex systems that play a role in calamities from power blackouts to the BP Deepwater Horizon disaster and the subprime mortgage crisis.             “The striking similarities in such catastrophes necessitate a broader …

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Community Hospital get clinical excellence

            MUNSTER – Community Hospital has been named for the eighth consecutive year a HealthGrades Distinguished Hospital for Clinical Excellence. The designation honors hospitals with the best overall clinical performance across all 26 medical diagnoses and procedures.             “Making a difference in the quality of life for the residents in our communities is what our …

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Burns Harbor home gets national honor

            BURNS HARBOR – The GEM, an energy efficient and handicapped accessible home in the Village in Burns Harbor has been named one of the top five livable homes in the nation by AARP and the National Association of Home Builders.             The GEM is certified as an Emerald by the National Green Building Standard. …

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Methodist announces two appointments

            MERRILLVILLE – John Lowenstine has been named a board member for Methodist Hospitals.             Lowenstine is a certified public accountant and worked at Geo. S. Olive before opening his own practice. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Indiana CPA Society.             At the same time, Methodist …

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1st Source donates $840,000

            SOUTH BEND – 1st Source Bank and its philanthropic arm, 1st Source Foundation, have donated more than $840,000 to community causes in 2010. In addition, 1st Source employees volunteers more than 25,000 hours to more than 375 non-profits.             Major donations include $100,000 to St. Mary’s College Capital Campaign; $30,000 to South Bend Area …

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