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#1StudentNWI: Lake Central’s Summer Dream Team


The summer classes are wrapping up, plane tickets have been booked and the Fourth of July has passed. All across the nation kids are enjoying their summer vacations. Though, those involved in school sports are facing the worst weeks of their summer.

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#1StudentNWI: Michigan City Spotlight, Sports, and Summer Camp


Student Spotlight
Upcoming senior, River Richardson, is an outstanding student-athlete at Michigan City High School, and his charismatic personality and determination to better himself as a person everyday makes him a valuable part of Michigan City’s community.

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#1StudentNWI: The NWI Music Scene with Hobart’s Very Own Leave it to Chance

Hobart-1Student-July-2017-01 Hobart High School alumni, Angelo Guarnero, Jacob Zanolla and Dylan Zanolla alongside Tony Varella formed the band Leave it to Chance last year.

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#1StudentNWI: A Look into a New and Improved Downtown Griffith


Downtown Griffith, known for its multitude of restaurants, breweries, and entertainment options, has rebuilt itself thanks to local, small businesses.

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#1StudentNWI: La Porte County Community Comes Together for #BubStrong


The town of La Porte has always been a tight-knit community regardless of its size, and in the wake of a tragic accident, has shown more unity in the past few weeks than it ever has before.

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#1StudentNWI: Hobart Theatre Bringing Suspense with Agatha Christie’s “And Then There Were None”


Hobart Community Theatre will open their fifth consecutive summer production, And Then There Were None, on July 13 at Hobart High School Performing Arts Center. Showings will run July 13- July 15 at 7:30pm each night.

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#1StudentNWI: Kouts Students Lead On and Off the Field


Summer Sports
For some students, summer means sleeping in until noon and watching movies all day, but this is not the case for student athletes. Just because these students aren’t in their official season yet, doesn’t mean they stop practicing.

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#1StudentNWI: Ingot Pride Takes the Streets for the Red, White, and Blue


Golden Ingot Pride Marching Band - 4th of July Parades
At River Forest, the marching band’s appearance in the Hobart parade, held on July 4th, and Lake Station parade, held on July 3rd, is a long held ritual throughout the community and band program.

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#1StudentNWI: Leadership takes the Streets of Valpo with Colors of the Region


There are a lot of options when it comes to getting active in the community. This goes double for Valpo, in which our schools offer hundreds of chances to make an impact upon the city around you. The majority of our clubs at Valpo High deal with doing something positive for the town and promoting a positive influence on the people within it. That is one of the amazing things about the students at our school; their drive to make Valpo a positive and progressive place to live and grow is never ending.

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#1StudentNWI: Making a Splash in La Crosse and Wanatah


Student Spotlight: Michelle Kazmierzak
Michelle Kazmierzak prides herself on being different. She likes it when she stands out from the crowd. She will be a junior at La Crosse High School this year. She is involved in sports in school, including softball and volleyball. She plays hard and loves being a part of a team.

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#1StudentNWI: Chesterton High School Spotlight, Summer and Student Travel


Student Spotlight: Colleen Johnston
Traveling to foreign countries is always exciting, especially when you get to go with other students. Colleen Johnston kicked off the summer before her senior year by going on the Spanish class’ trip to Spain and exploring.

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