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MICHIGAN CITY — Michigan City Area Schools will again take part in the USDA Summer Food Service program, providing free meals to children 18 and under, and anyone over 18 enrolled in a state-approved educational program for the mentally or physically disabled.

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Sharon Applegate, left, and Tammy Brown, right, from Michigan City women's organization P.E.O., Chapter BA, presented their organization's 2021-22 Daisy Scholarship Award to Taylor Skibinski, a 2022 graduate of Michigan City High School. She will be attending Valparaiso University this fall,…

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PFLAG announces return of Pride fest

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Volunteers are invited to join the growing team at Reins of Life in Michigan City, which provides therapeutic horseback riding offering physical, mental, emotional and cognitive benefits for riders and volunteers alike, according to Beth Cortelyou, volunteer coordinator. Reins of Life serves…

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LP Utility billing office is drive-thru only

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This photo was posted in local newspapers after the entire Salvation Army quarters were painted by AFL painters in only two hours and 20 minutes.

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On Friday afternoon, several La Porte County Sheriff’s deputies responded to assist a case manager in locating a missing and endangered woman and her dog, Delilah. As deputies investigated, the dog showed up, but darted off to an area behind the home, according to the Sheriff’s Office. Deput…

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No injuries in explosion at steel mill

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A team of brass and woodwind players warm up for the Elston High Band. Addie Hall played the clarinet and Bill Pajineau played the trumpet in 1952.

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Compiled from La Porte County Sheriff’s Office reports

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Kids 5-11 can get COVID vaccine booster

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NW Health-La Porte Cath Lab certified

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Mary Jane posed for this photo in her graduation dress at Fox Park in 1937. The photo was originally in black and white, but someone colored over Mary’s dress with red.

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Compiled from Michigan City Police Department reports