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New law will clear records
Indiana court personnel are preparing for what may be an onslaught of requests from people eager to use a new state law to clear their old criminal records that keep them from getting a good job.
Annual Cole Porter Festival returns this weekend
There’s a face plastered on every light pole in downtown Peru — the face of legendary song writer Cole Porter.
And that can mean only one thing: The Cole Porter Festival is just around the corner.
Code changes get first approval
Logansport City Council passed four ordinances pertaining to code enforcement for weed removal, abandoned vehicles, trash and parking on lawns and green space Monday night, but not without much debate and a call for more input from residents before the final vote on the issues next month
$1M effort will retrace official state line
Pushed by its neighbor to the north, Indiana has finally agreed to spend money to find out where the Hoosier State officially begins and Michigan ends.
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Police caution public about mo-ped safety
In the midst of warm weather, the Logansport Police Department is warning the public to obey the rules of the road and take care of their mo-peds.
CLEDO works toward goals
A new business coming to the area is contributing toward the Cass Logansport Economic Development Organization’s goals of bringing 50 new jobs and $250,000 in new tax revenue to Cass County this year, with the possibility of other projects to aid further, the organization’s president said.
- Teen birth rates continue to decline
Chinese consul general visits
Logansport city officials looked to entice investment from abroad Friday as they escorted the consul general of the People’s Republic of China in Chicago around land to the south and southwest of the city.
Two men rescued from Eel River
A dip in the Eel River almost turned deadly for two Logansport brothers Saturday after the current dragged them to the edge of a dam, where they held on until rescue workers arrived.
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