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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

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Donate a blanket to Sand Castle Shelter

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Search was conducted in rural Springfield Twp.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Despite ongoing concerns with the COVID-19 pandemic, one group of Michigan City students reached out to make sure their peers had what they needed to start the school year.

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Volunteer work day at Fort La Play Porte

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The Indiana State Department of Health on Tuesday reported that 652 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19, raising the state total to 112,626. A total of 1,377 cases have been reported in La Porte County, an increase of 7 from Monday.

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The ghost of Diana of the Dunes, the haunted lighthouse, ghost trains, even Barker Mansion itself: local folklore has fascinated Michigan City for decades. Dive into the history of these legends with the Barker Mansion’s Private Blackout Tour: Myth, Lore, and Legend. Tealights and glowsticks…

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Tom Nowatzke, born 1942 in La Porte, was a National Football League running back from 1965-72. He graduated from Elston High School. He played five seasons with the Detroit Lions before being traded to the Baltimore Colts in 1970. He scored a touchdown for the Colts in Super Bowl V.

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State COVID-19 cases exceed 112K

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Noble Township residents are being alerted that La Porte County Sheriff’s deputies have been called several times about two suspicious men in the area of CR-850S and CR-100W. The men have approached residences claiming to be NIPSCO employees, with one resident saying they said they needed to…