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Power out for two hours downtown
Two power outages today cut power to much of Logansport and later to about 500 customers northeast of city limits.
Let there be a light
Replacement of a traffic light pole at Third and Market streets should be finished by early next week, according to a representative of the Indiana Department of Transportation.
Streetscape projects coming downtown
Work is set to begin on the first of five downtown streetscape projects that will replace street lights, dress up sidewalks with decorative blocks and make the city more compatible with regulations stipulated in the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Stolen farm pigs taken to market
Forty-four pigs made it to market, but ahead of schedule.
Logansport schools plan high-ability summer classes
Logansport students will be solving mysteries, finding treasure and building roller coasters this summer.
A group of 30 Chinese citizens — students, teachers and an education delegate — stayed with families and toured elementary schools in Logansport this week where they observed classes, learned about one another and forged friendships through a recently established cultural exchange program.
LHS senior awarded Steven C. Beering Scholarship
Jason "Jake" Hawes, four other Hoosiers and five out-of-state students recently received the prestigious Steven C. Beering Scholarship at Purdue University.
Ritz reflects on first four months as state schools chief
For many occupants of the Indiana Statehouse, the week after the General Assembly wraps up its final frenzy of work is a quiet one. But not for Glenda Ritz.
Former Rochester woman arrested on 10 felony counts
A 50-year-old woman, who formerly worked at a business in Macy, was arrested on 10 class D felony counts after police say she wrote business checks for personal purchases.
Cardinal clients start gardening at Ivy Tech
With about 35 clients participating, Cardinal Services, which works with people with mental disabilities, hopes the community gardening project can help their clients become more connected to the community. The center also hopes to use the fruit and vegetables grown from their Ivy Tech plots in the kitchen of the group home.
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