— Five Cass County residents – three Republicans and two Democrats – are vying for three vacant Cass County Council seats in next week's election.
Five candidates are running for county council at large.
- Local News
Playing with food
Two foods classes at Lewis Cass Junior-Senior High School got crafty with their food last week following family and consumer science teacher Courtney Nethercutt’s lead.
Unclaimed property amounts to millions in Indiana
There are millions of dollars in Indiana, the rightful owners of which cannot be located. A program through the Indiana Attorney General’s office is trying to get that property into the right hands.
Fulton Community Center completed
Almost a decade in the making, the Fulton Community Center is up and running.
Status conference set for former state rep candidate
A June 11 status conference was set Tuesday for the former Democratic state representative candidate accused of selling cocaine.
An equine discovery
When Bunker Hill resident Eunice Rush worked in sales, she used her education in business math and management information technology to teach a class on how to identify clients’ personality types and how to highlight areas of one’s own personality to form an effective business relationship.
Annexation residents demand answers
A demand for answers was the theme from the twenty people who spoke at the public meeting regarding the city’s proposed annexation areas as they took turns addressing public officials and those they’ve hired to assist with the project at a packed Logansport City Council Chambers Monday night.
Cass County appropriates $160,000 to highway department
The Cass County Council approved an appropriation of $160,000 to help ease budget cuts to the county’s highway department brought on by a state mandate.
Galveston residents seeing double
Though Shawn Durham followed his brother Shane into this world, Shane followed Shawn into a career as a police officer.
The identical twins recently joined the Galveston police force, Shawn as town marshal and Shane as a full-time deputy.
Shawn and Shane, 35, took different paths in their careers, though this isn’t the first time the two have served in the same department.
Appeal filed in dismissed suit against city
The plaintiff in a dismissed lawsuit against the Logansport mayor and city council claiming an abuse of power regarding the city’s power plant project has filed for an appeal with the Indiana Court of Appeals.
4-H considers smoke-free campus
The 4-H fairground may consider going smoke-free in time for the county fair.
Members of the fair board heard a presentation last week from the tobacco cessation group of Better Health of Cass County about the health effects of second-hand smoke. Board members said they may vote on the measure at their May 28 meeting.
- More Local News Headlines
- Playing with food