Blue Chip Casino makes big donation to Salvation Army

Prior to hosting the Michigan City Salvation Army’s annual Donut-Eating Contest on Friday, Boyd Gaming, parent of Blue Chip Casino, Hotel and Spa, made a $50,000 donation to the organization. From left are Tony Pecina, director of security at Blue Chip and Salvation Army Board member; Blue Chip vice president / general manager Brenda Temple; and Salvation Army Majors Becky Simmons and Dale Simmons.

Help Stock + Field change its name

MICHIGAN CITY — Stock + Field is back in business and wants customers to help in changing its name. The new ownership group – R.P. Acquisition Corporation – is planning the future of the brand and invites public suggestions for a new store name via through June 18, with the new name to be announced in early July.

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