MICHIGAN CITY — Michigan City artists Laurel Izard and Edwin Shelton are using the medium of quilts to express their concerns for mass extinction and the duality of life while also raising money for a local children's charity.
MICHIGAN CITY — Friendship Botanic Gardens welcomes Mary Beth Rebedeau Warden and Dan Todd as new members of its Board of Directors, as well as Carly Kwiecien, its new communication director.
La PORTE — The Miriam Benedict Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) recently presented its 49th annual awards to the winners of the eighth grade American History final examinations at Boston and Kesling Middle Schools.
MICHIGAN CITY — While many Americans were beaching, barbecuing or watching fireworks during Independence Day week, the cadets of the Michigan City High School (MCHS) Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (MCJROTC) were honoring the Nation by participating in two patriotic events.
MICHIGAN CITY — More than 300 people attended Friendship Botanic Gardens’ fourth annual fundraising event “La Vie en Rose Garden Ball” at Blue Chip Casino on June 8. The ball, which was organized by Friendship Botanic Gardens Board of Directors and dedicated volunteers, was an evening devote…
WESTVILLE — Purdue University Northwest (PNW) Professor of Mathematics David Feikes is the recipient of the 2019 Purdue University Christian J. Foster Award.
WESTVILLE — Shirley Heinze Land Trust held its annual Spring Benefit on May 18 at Purdue University Northwest’s Westville campus, with more than 320 supporters and guests in attendance.
La PORTE — La Porte Mayoral Candidate Tom Dermody hosted the first “Retail Roundtable” at the Hotspot Cafe on Lincoln Way. Local business owners gathered to share ideas about steps the city could make to improve business downtown.
MICHIGAN CITY — Earlier this month, middle school students from Michigan City and across La Porte County tried out several career and technical programs at summer camps offered at the A.K. Smith Career Center. Areas of focus during the camps included culinary, automotive, manufacturing, weld…
MICHIGAN CITY — Michigan City Moves, a new performance collective dedicated to promoting and sharing experimental music, dance and film in the NW Indiana region, is presenting their third performance of a four-part series the weekend of the summer solstice, at 6 p.m. on Saturday.
La PORTE — While many would choose to sleep in after a long workweek or to rev-up their lawn mowers to cut the grass before the sweltering heat set in on a warm, sunny weekend morning like May 18, La Porte High School instructor Jeremy Ruff decided to get up and get to work.
La PORTE — Whether he's observing from the sidelines of a football field or standing behind a podium on stage, Mickey Stisher knows how to lead La Porte's band students to success.
MICHIGAN CITY – The Indiana State Prison staff held a weeklong celebration in honor of National Correctional Professionals Week from May 5 to 10.