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Legislative internship applications open

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Another 28 COVID-19 cases in county

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La PORTE — The election is less than five weeks away, and early voting will begin next week at four sites across La Porte County for federal, state and county races, along with local school board contests.

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The Oasis Ballroom was located in Michigan City’s Washington Park, and was a very popular venue during the Big Band era of the 1940s. It was built in the early 1920s, and was the largest ballroom in Indiana. It was demolished in 1962. For a beautiful description of life at the Oasis, read Fe…

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Ulrich Bros. horseshoeing shop was on Indiana Avenue across from the courthouse in La Porte in the early 1900s. It was later the location of Borst Auto. From left are Carl Ulrich, unknown, and George Ulrich. A sign on the building advertises “The Great Griffith Hypnotic Comedy Co.”

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MCAS Board to hold budget hearing

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As our national election draws near, it gives me pause to reminisce when I took the position of CEO at Better Business Bureau of Northern Indiana in 2014. I am especially proud because I became the first women to serve in this capacity.

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Long Beach Water Board to meet

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INDIANAPOLIS — Life and business in the Hoosier State are not exactly as they were prior to the COVID-19 pandemic after Northwest Indiana entered Stage 5 of Gov. Eric Holcomb’s five-stage reopening plan at 11:01 p.m. Friday.

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This Sinclair Station was located at Lincoln Way and Linwood in La Porte, and was owned by Russell Struss. A 1958 Ford Fairlane is parked at the pump.

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Reid Murdoch & Co. of Chicago was a leading manufacturer and importer of food products. Its Monarch line included the Teenie Weenie Toffees that were manufactured at its La Porte plant. Reid Murdoch, though a national company, sold products exclusively to independent merchants to protect…

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MICHIGAN CITY — A small dog was killed by a neighbor’s pet in Coolspring Township last week, but police said the dog’s propensity to sneak into the larger animal’s yard is what cost it his life.

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Kazakevicius to lead sales at South Shore