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MC Police investigating homicide

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Two locals pose in front of the Union Mills post office, circa 1920.

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INDIANAPOLIS — NIPSCO completes more than 450,000 requests to locate natural gas line every single calendar year, but the 230 it failed to complete have led to a fine of more than a million dollars.

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Henry Ford, shipwreck Zoom presentations

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The Carstens Brothers department store was located at 323-325 Franklin St. in Michigan City. It opened as Carstens’ Dry Goods Store in 1879. The store was owned and operated by the Carstens family for three generations. Most recently, John Carstens owned and operated the store, and later the…

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The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed the way consumers approach shopping. Forbes found that online retailers’ year-over-year revenue was up 68 percent in mid-April, and February saw an increase in online shopping typically only seen on Cyber Monday, according to QuantumMetric.

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South Shore to bus passengers next week

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Dr. Grace Line Homman (1876-1967), born in La Porte, was a pioneer in radium treatment for cancer. She worked her way through the University of Illinois Medical School as a registered nurse, and was one of the first women accepted for internship at Cook County Hospital in Chicago. She became…

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U.S. 30 lane closures near Donaldson

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In the first match of the season in La Porte County, the New Prairie girls golf team finished first at the La Porte County Invitational Tournament on Monday at the Michigan City North Course. The Cougars shot a 328 to beat La Porte (334) and Michigan City (342). Wolves’ senior Lia Thomas was…