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St. Patrick’s Day Food Drive at Carlson’s

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Elizabeth Sheridan is shown at the Smith Brothers entrance in Michigan City, where a factory tour sign stands on the front walk. The Smith Brothers business began in the mid-1800s and the Michigan City plant was built in 1921. At its peak, it produced 60 tons of cough drops. The plant closed…

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Auditor’s Office seeks real estate clerk

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Crouch to speak in Glass Ceiling webinar

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MERRILLVILLE — With utility bills high due to the recent snap of extremely cold weather, calls from scammers to homes and businesses posing as NIPSCO employees are on the rise, an issue the utility says is impacting energy companies across the country.

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Charles G. Powell, 1829-1913, was publisher of the La Porte Republican at 715 Indiana Ave. Prior to the Republican, he published the La Porte Herald, which was in print from 1859 to 1867. For information on this photo, contact mbarber @laportecountyhistory.org.

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IHSAA, ISDH aim to stop teen vaping

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During a natural disaster, everyone looks for a way to help those in need. Donating money is the quickest way to help and provides charities the flexibility to channel resources to impacted areas.

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Photo shows the Salvation Army Band in 1914 in Michigan City. Minnie Kramer Boetter is fourth from left. The Salvation Army was founded in the 1860s in England by William Booth. Its music ministries taught people of all ages how to sing and play instruments “to the glory of God and for the b…

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MC Housing Authority wins HUD grant

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1899 photo shows Herman G. Ness with his Klondike Cultivator in front of J.R. DeMyer’s 10c Feed Barn at 911 Jefferson in La Porte. For information on this photo, contact mbarber @laportecountyhistory.org.

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Compiled from La Porte County Sheriff’s Office reports