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Today:   The Leadership Institute at Purdue Northwest is holding a discussion on Thursday with regional leaders, including some of the public officials who were involved in Tuesday's election.  PNW professor and LNI academic director Rachel Clapp-Smith joins us with the details of the event.  We have another edition of "Green Fleet Radio" with Carl Lisek of South Shore Clean Cities with the focus on Hammond's economic development program. The director of the Library of Congress' Veterans History Project, Karen Lloyd, talks about the project -- which is similar to Story Corps -- and its importance to keeping the lines of conversation with veterans alive.  And Tami Silverman with the Indiana Youth Institute is with us, with the IYI's tips on making holiday familiy gatherings  enjoyable, educational for young people, and with minimum conflict.

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On this edition of the podcast you'll hear the latest on a data breach at Methodist Hospitals that could have exposed personal information of more than 68,000 patients, the Gary City Council and Spectacle Entertainment LLC have finalized a local development agreement that dictates the city to receive 3% of the adjusted gross receipts, Jeanie Lindsey reports on the 2020 FAFSA application, and Chris Nolte has a conversation with Mitch Barlogo about the Greenways Foundation of Indiana  . All of that, and more, on this edition of “Lakeshore Update”…    

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Today:   Jena Bellezza with the Indiana Parenting Institute talks about this Friday's "State of the Family Luncheon, to be held at Avalon Manor in Hobart.  Tami Silverman with the Indiana Youth Institute joins us to talk about National Hispanic Heritage Month and how educators and parents  can pave the way for students to more well-rounded citizens.  We have another conversation with Ty Warner with NIRPC on "Building Northwest Indiana." And Mitch Barloga with NIRPC is live in the studio to talk about the Greenways Foundation of Indiana's upcoming series of workshops to explain and encourage the establishment of Trail Towns. Trail Towns can generate economic growth and tourism dollars, as well as protect trails. Mitch is the president of the board of directors for the Greenways Foundation.