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MICHIGAN CITY — While discussing the themes behind “Spinning Into Butter,” the latest production at the Canterbury Theatre, John Records Landecker, Chicago radio icon and show cast member, said its story is as applicable today as it was in the ‘90s when it was written.

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MICHIGAN CITY —  “Lake Michigan: High Levels and Beach Erosion” is the topic of the next Northwest Indiana Green Drinks program at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Shoreline Brewery, 208 Wabash St. in Michigan City. Prof. Erin Argyilan of Indiana University Northwest will discuss how Lake Michigan’s sh…

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MICHIGAN CITY — Michigan City High School has announced the Homecoming Queen candidates for 2019. The Homecoming football game is this Friday vs. Merrillville. The Homecoming parade steps off from the Elston Parking Lot at 6 p.m. and will march on Franklin Street to Ames Field. The game star…

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I am taken aback whenever I encounter locals who are unfamiliar with Monday Musicale. After all, the organization has existed in Michigan City since 1909! As we observe its 110th anniversary, let me take this opportunity to introduce Monday Musicale to the community at large.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Mary Nell Murphy of Michigan City has been recognized by the Shirley Heinze Land Trust and St. Joseph County Parks in the Home Garden/Landscape portion of their "Bringing Nature Home" awards.

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MICHIGAN CITY — On Friday, Sept. 13, at 7:30 p.m. Kristina Isabelle Dance and Tryon Farm Institute’s Art In Nature series will present "Mr. Canoe," a documentary film about the life of Ralph Frese, master canoe builder, historian and expedition paddler and his 1976 expedition recreating Lasa…

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The La Porte County Parks are on Facebook. Please join as a fan and learn about all the great things happening in the parks.

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La PORTE — Just because an airport doesn't have commercial airliners taking off and taxiing on its runways doesn't make it irrelevant.

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The La Porte County Parks are on Facebook. Please join as a fan and learn about all the great things happening in the parks.

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I’m sad to say good-bye to August, but a few lazy, hazy days of summer remain. Time enough to take a walk down memory lane.

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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.

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The La Porte County Parks are on Facebook. Please join as a fan and learn about all the great things happening in the parks.

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La PORTE — Leadership La Porte County recently completed its 11th annual Summer Leadership Camp for middle school students. The camp was held at Kesling Park for students in sixth, seventh and eighth grades from throughout La Porte County.

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La PORTE — In 2016, Darrin and Jennie Lee Riddle purchased the historic Ruth C. Sabin home in La Porte as the headquarters for the creative community of People & Songs and their mission's organization, The Emerging Sound.

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Jammed lockers. Forgotten gym shorts. Lost lunch money.

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La PORTE — The La Porte County Symphony Orchestra has chosed the 10 finalists (five children and five adults) for its annual Hoosier Star competition.

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HannaFest 2019 includes old favorites and new entertainment

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SOUTH BEND — The public is invited to a celebration of the dedication of Lydick Bog as an Indiana State Nature Preserve on Aug. at 11 a.m. Eastern Time. The event will include a dedication ceremony, guided hikes and light refreshments. It will take place at Lydick Bog Nature Preserve, locate…

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The La Porte County Parks are on Facebook. Please join as a fan and learn about all the great things happening in the parks.

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MICHIGAN CITY — The Office of Academic Affairs at Marquette Catholic High School released the 2019 Spring Honor Roll Friday. The Honor Roll is reflected by a grade-point average of 3.0 or higher. From there, it is divided into three tiers: cum laude (3.00-3.69 GPA), magna cum laude (3.70-3.9…