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La Porte begins flushing hydrants Monday

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Postcard shows a typical farm home and outbuildings. Many farms included a substantial amount of land, producing large quantities of grain, cattle, hogs, etc. Sometimes farm buildings and homes were located a considerable distance from the main roads, down what was called a lane. These lanes…

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Editor’s note: This is the first of two stories on the 50th anniversary of “Let’s Scare Jessica to Death.” The first part focuses on director and La Porte resident John Hancock, and his inspirations for the film. The second will focus on the making of the film and Hancock’s later horror pictures.

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MC Housing Authority opens waiting list

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The Kingsford Heights Volunteer Fire Department leaders posed with their truck and certificates from the State of Indiana in 1987. Pictured are Capt. Bob Benthey, Assistant Chief Bob Harris, Capt. Allen Meyers, and Chief Bill Boisvert.

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Free Testing and Vaccination Clinic in Michigan City

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Walorski to host virtual Medicare 101 session

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William Piest stands in the center behind the counter with his employees inside his store in the early 1900s. Piest’s Meat Market was located at the west end of Lincoln Way in La Porte.