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Daily Rambles

Jan 19 @ 15:00p.m.

Paul Benninghoff Well, the Region has had SOME snow. How much more do you think we will get this winter?

Jan 01 @ 20:39p.m.

Paul Benninghoff Happy New Year! Our calendar will be updated for 2012 shortly. If you would like your event on our calendar, let us know!

Dec 21 @ 18:48p.m.

Mr. Leather Hard to believe the Rambler has been rambling for over a year now. Someone really ought to shut 'em up. Thanks to our amazing staff of crazy people for being so dedicated. And thanks to all of you out there taking the time to follow our whims. Happy holidays to all and to all a good night.

Nov 29 @ 12:23p.m.

Paul Benninghoff The holidays are upon us like a lion on a gazelle. Season’s Greetings!

Oct 18 @ 21:44p.m.

Paul Benninghoff Local producer and director Paul Nelson, known for such documentaries as “Twist on Tradition: The Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra”, “Haunts & Legends of Indiana: Vol. 1”, “Dyer, IN: Roots, Reflections and the Road Ahead” and “Greeting from Cedar Lake” will have his newest documentary, “Brotherhood of Bags; Cornholing America” airing at 8:30pm, Thursday the 20th on Lakeshore Public Television. Check it out!

Oct 07 @ 00:53a.m.

Paul Benninghoff As of September 25th, the Region Rambler became one year old... Happy Birthday to us!

Sep 09 @ 18:08p.m.

Paul Benninghoff School has started in the Region. Slow down in the school zones and watch for children!

Aug 02 @ 11:34a.m.

Paul Benninghoff You know you're on Facebook too much when you go to click "LIKE" on a Ramble. Duh!