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MICHIGAN CITY — Economic Development Corporation Michigan City executive director Clarence Hulse recently joined other industry leaders to learn about the latest in economic development strategies.

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About 400 people attended the 1957 Clothesline Art Show featuring the students of Miss Ruth Bennethum. Fifteen artists showcased their work. Maude Wright, Beverly Nelson, and Ruth Bennethum pose here with their paintings “Thy Rocks and Rills,” “Spring” and “Autumn.”

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Compiled from La Porte County Sheriff’s Office reports

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Pioneer Lands hosts Christmas Open House

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In 2001, Berkel employees donated the last slicer made on their assembly line to the La Porte County Historical Society Museum. From left are Tracy Garner, inspector; Tammy Jurkowski, assembler; Dan Kaitschuck, product specialist; Arnold Bass, Historical Society president; Larry Kraus, Union…

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INDIANAPOLIS — La Porte County recorded its 17,000th infection and is just a few more positive tests away from returning to the red threat level for COVID-19 risk. And with several more counties already there, the governor has again extended the public health emergency.

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Fundraiser for Service League of MC

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This photo was taken on the Business Education Day tour of the Allis-Chalmers factory in the mid-1950’s. Personnel from Allis-Chalmers, including engineers, accountants, bookkeepers, manufacturers and plant managers, were in attendance, as well at the superintendent of schools.

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MICHIGAN CITY — The second of three workshops allowing community members to offer suggestions on how the city should spend its $16.7 million in American Rescue Plan Act funds is now available for playback and public comment on the My Michigan City, Indiana page on Facebook.

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No injuries in steel mill explosion

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This cabin was located behind the restaurant at Bob’s Bar-B-Q & Motel Court in Rolling Prairie. It was originally the location of barracks for Camp Interlaken during World War 1.