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Trucking serves as a lifeline during the pandemic, transporting necessary equipment and supplies to businesses throughout the county. Health care workers at Franciscan Health hospital in Michigan City stand outside the main entrance Thursday as a parade of emergency vehicles drives past as part of the LaPorte County Fire Chiefs Association show of appreciation. Crown Point parents distributed light bulbs and some lawn signs to families and the greater Crown Point community to give seniors a celebratory send off during the coronavirus. The Dyer-based business made several deliveries Thursday, including hospitals in Dyer and Munster. Juan Contreas, a cook at Rosewood restaurant in South Haven carries spaghetti dinners to be loaded and delivered as the local eatery donated dinners to Portage High School students and delivered them with help from 7 local volunteers. She won't be able to hold him until she gets home to change clothes. A heart featuring sticky notes thanks first responders and other community members in the window display at Renee's Paris House of Bridal in Michigan City. Crown Point Wendy's manager Scott Finley posts the restaurant's drive-thru hours on the marquee on Wednesday, the first day of Indiana's shutdown. Myers Elementary School teachers as they cruise through the surrounding neighborhood on Tuesday in Portage. Employees at Porter Regional Hospital gather near the main entrance to see the Porter County fire departments, EMS providers and law enforcement agencies who recognized health care workers for their services during the pandemic. Sliger organized the event with Rosewood donating spaghetti dinners that were delivered to Portage High School students with help from 7 local volunteers. The service was live streamed to members in accordance with rules about gathering in public. All Hoosier Lottery game drawings are expected to continue as scheduled throughout the coronavirus pandemic. Mary Medical Center staff members wave to passing emergency vehicles Wednesday as the City of Hobart shows its support for all the health care workers. Sofia Infusino, 6, of Dyer, holds up a pair of her paintings created for intensive care unit patients at Franciscan Health Crown Point. Brittany Smith waves to her toddler son Declan Wednesday at St. Sharon Carr delivers bags containing breakfast and lunch to the front of the bus for distribution Tuesday at West Side Leadership Academy. Mindy Bodnar, sister-in-law of groom Tim Bodnar, watches the wedding ceremony Saturday from the bed of her truck with her sons Reid, 7, left, and Trayce, 4. The St. Residents of Sebo's Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Hobart wave to their families Wednesday at a drive-by parade. Three crews of two people each will be in NYC for at least two weeks. Jayda Pill waves to motorists as they wait for curbside pickup on Saturday outside Fiddlehead in Michigan City. Police ticketed the church after elders refused to disperse a congregation of more than 30 congregants earlier in the day. Firefighters from multiple agencies in Lake County and the south suburbs of Chicago joined a procession of first responders around Community Hospital in Munster on Sunday. Jenny Gogal, 35, and her three children, Devon, 16, Payton, 6, and Nolan, 4, stand beside the front door of their Schererville home Monday. Players also can choose to wait until state offices reopen to redeem winning tickets in person. Caryn Rybeki is a fourth grade teacher at Aylesworth. Court St.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} One of the vehicles in the procession sports a sign with a quote from "Mary Poppins" on Tuesday in Portage. James Wozniak of St. Usually bustling with cars a people at this time. Albanese Confectionary Group workers bring takeout orders to customers outside the factory on Sunday in Hobart. 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