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Bell Telephone Company operators are shown at work at the company offices at 8th and Pine streets in Michigan City in 1947. For more information about this photo, contact mbarber@laporte countyhistory.org.

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Public hearing on proposed I-94 bypass

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Television star Duncan Renaldo played the Cisco Kid on a show of the same name between 1950 and 1956. He appeared on the show with his horse, Diablo, and sidekick, Pancho. It was the first TV show filmed in color. He is shown here at an appearance during the La Porte County Fair in 1956.

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Following the last glacier of the ice age, deep pits were left behind that filled with the melting of ice blocks, forming hundreds of lakes in the northernmost part of Indiana.

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Change in hours for COVID-19 clinic

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Moviegoers are shown at the Tivoli Theatre on Franklin Street in Michigan City in 1952. The movie was “The Wild Blue Yonder,” the story of the B-29 Superfortress, starring Wendell Corey and Vera Ralston. The girl in the foreground is wearing saddle shoes and bobby socks. The Tivoli opened in…

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Sermon asks, ‘Is that saying really biblical?’

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Man dies after jumping off bridge in Knox

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La Porte City Police Chief Paul Brettin, right, swears in new officer Taylor Atkinson at Tuesday’s La Porte Board of Public Works and Safety meeting. Atkinson, from Wanatah, previously worked in construction for 11 years. The La Porte Police Department is now at 44 officers, up from 31 last year.

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Fox Woolen Mills baseball team, date unknown. First row, left to right, Harry Beck, Walt Huge, Warren Bowman, Heine Guelzo, Ed Stoeke; top row, Bob Quinn, George Gehrke, Moore, Hoelocker, Ray Stoewer, Walt Giese.

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IDEM: Air Quality Action Day on Thursday

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Americans are planning trips as the COVID-19 pandemic winds down and the travel industry is beginning to take off again. As usual, with any phenomenon, scammers will be on the prowl.