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Juvenile Correctional Facility upgrades classroom technology
Crowding the classroom SMART board, three juvenile corrections students vied to get a chance at solving the giant Sudoko puzzle.
Rozzi to marshal veterans’ parade
At 91 years old, Ben Rozzi still walks slowly around his business, Warner’s Greenhouse, helping arrange flowers and turning his right ear slightly toward anyone speaking to him.
Logansport hip-hop artist tours for bullying awareness
A Logansport man is using his talents in rap and hip-hop music to speak out against bullying across the Midwest.
Adron Robinson, or A1 da Last Drop as he’s known musically, started taking music seriously in 2007, a year after moving to Logansport.
Free lunch program no longer a poverty indicator
Indiana is changing the way it counts low-income students in public schools because Republican legislators suspect fraud in the federal school-lunch program used to measure poverty.
Trip suggestions for summer traveling
It’s summertime and the livin’ is easy, as George Gershwin once wrote. Thinking about taking a day trip with family or friends? Check out our list of ideas within a three-hour drive of Logansport.
Delphi’s Bowen House added to list of endangered properties
A historic Victorian mansion in Delphi, once the home of a successful merchant and a professional wrestler, has been added to an Indiana preservation organization’s list of endangered landmarks.
City, engineers assessing Sixth Street buildings
The Logansport building commissioner is working with an engineering firm to establish the future of three connected buildings on North Sixth Street after part of one of them had to be demolished last month.
State called leader, laggard in new economic report card
A newly released report card on where Indiana ranks nationally in key economic measures shows the state is both “a leader and a laggard” in areas that signal potential for more prosperity.
LHS students turn in laptops at year's end
After a year of 1,250 laptops carried in student backpacks, in classrooms and to homes, Logansport High School is reporting a good turn-in rate and a great year of academic achievements.
Company invests $1.1 million in Miami Co.
A Logansport-based company is investing $1.1 million to expand its operations into a facility north of Peru. The company said it will bring more than 30 jobs to the county.
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