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For the 78th year, The La Porte County Herald-Argus will continue its tradition of publishing Bible verses during the Christmas season beginning today and continuing through Tuesday, Dec. 24. Bible passages are taken from the Good News Bible, Today's English Version.

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All listings must be submitted in writing by noon Thursday for inclusion in Saturday’s Church Briefs. Listings may be emailed to ahaverstick@heraldargus.com.

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GARY — An attorney and investor who calls herself an advocate for the Indiana Dunes and animals has entered the race for the 1st Congressional District seat being vacated by U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky after three decades.

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La PORTE — Professionals and amateurs alike are welcome to turn in their gingerbread creations to the La Porte County Historical Society Museum, 2405 Indiana Ave., La Porte, between now and Dec. 14.

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WESTVILLE — One of the most iconic figures of the women’s movement graced the stage at Purdue University Northwest to close out the Sinai Forum’s 66th season.

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For the 78th year, The La Porte County Herald-Argus will continue its tradition of publishing Bible verses during the Christmas season beginning today and continuing through Tuesday, Dec. 24. Bible passages are taken from the Good News Bible, Today's English Version.

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MICHIGAN CITY — The League of Women Voters La Porte County will present Kathy Chroback, La Porte County Clerk of the Circuit Court, as the speaker for Lunch With The League on Dec. 10.

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PORTER, Ind. — Each year Indiana Dunes Tourism (IDT) awards funds through its Tourism Promotion Grant Program to local Porter County businesses and organizations committed to bringing in visitors from outside of Northwest Indiana.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Touting itself as a modern coffee roaster and cafe, FLUID Coffeebar is bringing its pour over and single origin coffee to downtown Michigan City, and will be celebrating the fact with a grand opening today.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Although the outcome was unintentional, a local woman who was driving when her friend fell from the top of her car and suffered a fatal head injury will serve time in prison.

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MICHIGAN CITY — In December 2018, every public school system in La Porte County took part in the national Week of Code, which resulted in more than 12,000 students being engaged in some type of coding activity – almost 70 percent of the public school student body.

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MERRILLVILLE – After reviewing Wednesday's ruling by state regulators, the Northern Indiana Public Service Company announced Thursday that electric bills for residential customers will rise by just over $6 a month.

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La PORTE — Like so many of his brothers and sisters in arms, the Rusty that returned home from the battlefields of Iraq was not the same man who left.

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La PORTE — Karaoke, live music, a silent auction, kid’s crafts and a visit from Santa are on the menu at the second annual Jingle Berry Bash on Dec. 12 from 11 a.m.-7:30 p.m. at T-Berry’s Diner, 501 Lincoln Way, La Porte.

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For the 78th year, The La Porte County Herald-Argus will continue its tradition of publishing Bible verses during the Christmas season beginning today and continuing through Tuesday, Dec. 24. Bible passages are taken from the Good News Bible, Today's English Version.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Despite Mayor-elect Duane Parry’s claim that it is illegal for the current Michigan City Board of Public Works and Safety to approve service contracts to which his administration will be bound once he takes office in January, the board approved three on Monday.

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La Porte Community Concert featuring Fascinating Rhythm is Sunday

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MICHIGAN CITY – The lineup has been announced for the annual Michigan City Snowflake Parade, sponsored by the Michigan City Fire Department, which kicks off Saturday afternoon in the Uptown Arts District.

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La PORTE — Don't touch that dial, theater fans — the La Porte Little Theatre's broadcast of a beloved American Christmas classic is coming up next.

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SPRINGFIELD TWP. — A La Porte County Highway Department vehicle sustained major damage and its driver suffered a minor injury in a crash involving a semi truck near Springville on Monday afternoon.

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For the 78th year, The La Porte County Herald-Argus will continue its tradition of publishing Bible verses during the Christmas season beginning today and continuing through Tuesday, Dec. 24. Bible passages are taken from the Good News Bible, Today's English Version.

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MICHIGAN CITY — With a focus on faith, fellowship and fun, Temple Missionary Baptist Church decided to try something new this fall – its inaugural Bible Harvest Fest.

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INDIANAPOLIS – State regulators have substantially lowered a rate hike sought by the Northern Indiana Public Service Co., but the actual increase in residential electric rates will take time to figure out.

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MICHIGAN CITY — It’s been 22 years since Blue Chip Casino Hotel & Spa opened in Michigan City, and Nov. 21 marked 20 years since it joined the Boyd Gaming portfolio.

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For the 78th year, The La Porte County Herald-Argus will continue its tradition of publishing Bible verses during the Christmas season beginning today and continuing through Tuesday, Dec. 24. Bible passages are taken from the Good News Bible, Today's English Version.

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La Porte County Master Gardeners offers Community Grants

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LA PORTE – Local entrepreneurial group The Collective is hosting its fifth artisan market of the year on Saturday at the La Porte Civic Auditorium, with a portion of proceeds benefiting the La Porte Jaycees’ Deserving Children’s Shopping Tour.

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La PORTE — Looking at the numbers, the outlook of health and wellness in La Porte County appears quite grim. 

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PORTAGE – When Michigan City Mayor Ron Meer next appears in court on felony charges, a new prosecutor will be representing the state.

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La PORTE – An Illinois man was arrested on drug charges early Saturday after a vehicle pursuit ended with the suspect's tires being punctured in downtown La Porte.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Carrying on a holiday tradition that began 11 years ago, First United Methodist Church will soon be taking another step back in time.

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All listings must be submitted in writing by noon Thursday for inclusion in Saturday’s Church Briefs. Listings may be emailed to ahaverstick@heraldargus.com.