A few of Aylesworth's kindergarten students had fun building in our Maker Space. The kids had so much fun working with their classmates in experimenting and working on their problem solving skills!
Not many college professors would say they’re addicted to their students’ success and providing positive, real world experiences for them. For Desila Rosetti, a faculty member for Calumet College of St. Joseph, that’s exactly why she’s been with them for 13 years and counting.
NIPSCO to complete the final phase of natural gas system upgrade in Wheatfield as part of the company’s ongoing modernization plan to upgrade their natural gas infrastructure system. The upgrade has included adding a new natural gas regulating station to ensure safe and reliable natural gas service to customers in the Demotte and Wheatfield area.
This evening, United Way of Porter County and Valparaiso Chamber unveiled the Little Free Library Project at Valparaiso HealthLinc. The book exchange program has been a long-awaited project for the community that provides free little libraries around the Region. The libraries are open to the public and encourage the “Take a Book, Leave a Book” motto. United Way believed this would be a great opportunity to encourage reading and literacy within the community and surrounding neighborhoods.
NIPSCO will start construction on an energy infrastructure upgrade in the Town of Dyer. This upgrade is part of the company’s long-term modernization plan to replace vintage underground circuits, aging poles and electrical transmission lines as well as adding additional power supply to support future growth across northern Indiana.
On Saturday, October 13th, the 112-member Pride of Portage marching band travelled to Lafayette Jefferson High School to compete in the Indiana State School Music Association (ISSMA) Open Class "A" Northern Regional. The band received a Gold rating and finished among the top ten bands to qualify for its third consecutive Semi State appearance.
Two professors of the Indiana University Northwest School of Business and Economics have developed a tool that measures the degree of confidence of Northwest Indiana business owners and executives on their companies’ prospects.
Aylesworth Students participated in a STEM design challenge. The students created a device that can transport 2 paperback books from limited regulars materials and without using their hands.