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One year after arson charges were dropped, the Durr family’s large, blue, fire-ravaged house still stands empty and discarded.
Consultants present annex impact report
Tax savings brought on by recently amended state legislation regarding exemptions for annexed agricultural land did little to sway property owners in Logansport’s proposed annexation areas.
Grade change to LHS expected
After months of going back and forth with the Indiana Department of Education, local school administrators may finally see Logansport High School’s grade officially changed from a C to a B.
City officials to consider change to burn ordinance
City officials are working on changing an ordinance to allow campfires within city limits and the burning of farm materials in potentially annexed areas.
It’s another day of class for KaAnn Lord and her advanced culinary arts students, who operate the Berrylicious Cafe, which three years ago started providing lunches for faculty members one day a week. The cafe served its final meal Wednesday during an end-of-year cookout, as Lord’s position will not be replaced after she retires this year.
France Park staff work to alleviate flooding
Heavy spring rainfall led to a flood of problems staff at France Park have had to remedy over the last month as they continue to pump water from the swimming lake in hopes of having it open by Memorial Day.
Car shop changes zoning
Logansport Collision Center is working with the city of Logansport to clear up its ordinance violations and comply with zoning regulations.
Similar interests, past memorabilia and historic displays will be highlighted at the Cass County Homemakers Spring Fling.
Neighbor witnessed Kewanna shooting
Neighbor David Kimble ran up to his friend’s home with horror early Monday morning as he watched Michael E. Righter struggle against bullets.
Emmaus receives $20K grant
Emmaus Mission Center in Logansport will be receiving a big boost with a grant of $20,000 from Walmart.
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