NEW CARLISLE — New Prairie High School has announced the Class of 2020 valedictorian and co-salutatorians.
La PORTE — The Miriam Benedict Chapter of the National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution are proud to announce the local top three winners of the 2020 Good Citizens Essay Award.
La PORTE — Whether you want to tone, de-stress, or get your heart pumping, a variety of classes are available at The Crossing, 1203 Washington St. in La Porte.
PORTER — The Indiana Dunes Birding Festival, hosted by Indiana Audubon, is the recipient of a 2020 Mindful Birding Award for its efforts to promote bird conservation and ethical birding guidelines through their annual event showcasing the abundance of migratory birds in the Indiana Dunes reg…
MICHIGAN CITY — The Michigan City High School (MCHS) Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (MCJROTC) military drill team finished third out of 13 schools at the sectional meet held at Purdue University in West Lafayette on Feb. 22.
MICHIGAN CITY — Lubeznik Center for the Arts (LCA) in Michigan City invites the community to explore its dynamic new exhibition through two interpretive programs.
INDIANAPOLIS — Ivy Tech Foundation recently hosted its annual Distinguished Alumni Awards ceremony recognizing 19 honorees, including Tracy Jackson from its Michigan City Campus.
MICHIGAN CITY — Officer Andraos Zaknoun was recently recognized by Warden Ron Neal at the Indiana State Prison for stopping illegal drugs from entering into the facility.
La PORTE – La Porte Hospital offers a variety of diabetes education and programs to the community, some free of charge. Classes are as follows:
FORT WAYNE — The American Red Cross strongly urges healthy, eligible individuals who are feeling well to give blood or platelets to help maintain a sufficient blood supply and prevent shortages as concerns about the outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019, or COVID-19, rise in the U.S.
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Chick season is here. And if you are like me it will take every ounce of your willpower to go to any feed store and not walk out with some cute little chicks. While chicks are super adorable, they also do require a bit more care when they are little.
Although there have been numerous tragedies in La Crosse, there have been good things happen also – one was that La Crosse had a doctor who cared for its residents for so many years.
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La PORTE — For area residents who think they might have star quality, the La Porte County Symphony Orchestra is looking for contestants for the 15th annual Hoosier Star competition.
La PORTE — The La Porte Community Concert Association is bringing World Champion – Old Time Piano Playing Contest Bobby van Deusen to the Kesling Middle School Auditorium, 306 E. 18th St., La Porte on March 3 at 7 p.m.
La PORTE — The La Porte County Parks staff, Park Board and Foundation has selected their annual community awards. These awards were presented at the Feb. 4 Park Board meeting at Red Mill County Park.
La PORTE — The Indiana Historical Society’s Traveling Exhibit, “Hoosiers and Their Hooch,” will be hosted by the La Porte County Historical Society Museum from March 5 through April 2.
MICHIGAN CITY — If you are a high-school senior or a recent high school graduate living in LaPorte County you are still eligible to apply for the “Robert W. Komendera Performing Arts Scholarship” given by The Footlight Players of Michigan City.
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La PORTE — What could be better than Irish music in March! The community is invited to enjoy a program of Irish music performed by the group Au Tu in the La Porte Hospital Chapel at noon on March 6.
WALKERTON — John Glenn School Corp. has announced that the 2019 Falcon Award was awarded to Lloyd Meyer posthumously. Meyer was a well loved and integral part of John Glenn sports and the band program.
It is amazing how a mild winter day is enough to make me believe that spring is next week instead of next month and have me completely convinced that it is time to start the garden.