HU women's tennis team drops finale

Huntington University doubles player Haley Neiderheiser hits a serve during the Foresters' match against visiting Taylor of Friday, April 30.
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The Huntington University women's tennis team had one win in each singles and doubles as it lost to visiting Taylor 2-7 on Friday, April 30.

Lauren Sunderman had the singles win at No. 5, beating Corrie Walters, 7-5, 0-6, 6-1. Kelsey Mark and Kristen Lahman won at No. 2 doubles, 8-4, over Susanne Johnson and Kelsey Meyer.

Foresters drop last match of tennis season to Taylor

In the final match for two Huntington University seniors, the HU men's tennis team fell to visiting Taylor 2-7 on Friday, April 30.

The Foresters had one win in doubles and one in singles. Senior Matt Cable and Keaton McDonald had the doubles win at No. 3, defeating Andrew Gnagy and Luke Tilden, 8-3. Jameel Brenneman won 7-6, 7-5 over Tilden at No. 3 singles.

Hill Toppers announce upcoming schedule

The Huntington Champion Hill Toppers Vintage Baseball Club will play its first home game of the 2010 season on May 14 at Lake Clare.
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The Huntington Champion Hill Toppers Vintage Baseball Club announces its schedule of games for the 2010 season.

Former Huntington man says his experiences here helped contribute to his successful life

Jim Seneff Jr.
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Originally published March 22, 2010.

Jim Seneff Jr. spent only a couple of years in Huntington, but it was enough to get his name in the record books.

The Gary native moved to Huntington from Merrillville, joining the Huntington High School Class of 1964 and, perhaps more importantly in the basketball-besotted Hoosier state, the HHS basketball team - the Bob Straight-coached team that achieved legendary status after finishing second in the '64 state basketball tournament.

New machine offers quicker examination time

The new fluoroscopy system at Parkview Huntington Hospital reduces radiation exposure yet maintains image quality.
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Parkview Huntington Hospital has installed a new digital radiography and fluoroscopy system which reduces radiation exposure time for the patient.

The Precision 500D x-ray system, acquired from GE Healthcare, will enable physicians to diagnose conditions in the chest, spine, bone, digestive tract, uterus and bladder.

First Federal parent will pay 17-cent dividend

Northeast Indiana Bancorp, Inc., (NIDB) the parent company of First Federal Savings Bank, has announced that the corporation will pay a cash dividend of 17 cents per common share. The dividend will be payable on May 25, 2010 to shareholders of record on May 11, 2010.

Sixth Senior Expo set for May 20 at HU

Free food, gifts and entertainment are highlights of the Huntington County Council on Aging's sixth annual Huntington County Senior Expo, to be held Thursday, May 20, on the Huntington University campus.

Events will take place from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the university's Merillat Physical Education and Recreation Center. Golf carts will be available for rides from the parking lot to the PERC.

Old-fashioned circus will raise its tent at Roanoke Park on May 12

Roanoke Park will be the site of a traditional old-style circus, featuring tigers, elephants, horses and clowns, on Wednesday, May 12.

The circus rolls into town at 7:30 a.m. Spectators are invited to come and watch the animals being unloaded and fed, and guides will be on hand to answer questions.

At 9 a.m., the elephants will offer a free performance of raising the big top.

Dinner, bake sale, raffle set at St. Mary’s

St. Mary Church Rosary Sodality is sponsoring a fish, chicken and tenderloin supper on Friday, May 7, from 4:30 to 7 30 p.m.

The event will also feature a bake sale and raffle.

Other menu items include cheesy scalloped potatoes or chips, coleslaw or applesauce, drinks and homemade desserts.

Carryout will be available in the gym or at a drive-through station on Warren Street.

There is a cost for each person with a discount for youth 12 years and under.


Summer day camp, sports camps to be offered at local YMCA

The Parkview Huntington Family YMCA will offer day camp for youth ages 6-12 this summer.

The YMCA will also offer summer-long general sports and fitness camps, as well as shorter camps focusing on specific sports.

The summer day camp begins June 7 and continues through Aug. 6. Regular camp hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., but extended care is available from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Children can attend specific weeks or for the entire summer. Scott Craft is the camp director.


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