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MICHIGAN CITY — Michigan City Police Chief Dion Campbell publicly denounced the actions that led to the death of George Floyd, a black man killed by a white police officer in Minneapolis.

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MICHIGAN CITY — An investigation into “an organization associated with the distribution of heroin throughout La Porte County” has resulted in two arrests and the seizure of narcotics in Michigan City, according to authorities.

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La PORTE — The Shared Ethics Advisory Commission has reported that only six – about 22 percent – of La Porte County’s candidates in the 2020 primary election have signed the organization’s ethics pledge.

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County Redevelopment Commission meets

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The 62nd Annual Chesterton Art Fair has been canceled due to the COVID-19 virus. It was scheduled for Aug. 1-2 at Dogwood Park. “The health and safety of the artists, volunteers, community, and patrons are at the forefront of this decision,” a statement from organizers said. “Ensuring social…

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MERRILLVILLE —Northern Indiana Public Service Company has announced that Mike Hooper has been named senior vice president and president, responsible for delivering service to nearly 1.2 million electric and natural gas customers in northern Indiana.

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David Rock, Ph.D., coined the acronym SCARF which stands for status, certainty, autonomy, relatedness and fairness. These are the five domains that influence us emotionally, much of the time as a threat. Leaders can mitigate the impact of SCARF threats by creating some SCARF rewards.

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Plan Commission meeting canceled

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Paul Stofko, left, of the Crazy Legs Race Series presents a donation of $2,500 to Geof Benson on behalf of the Dunes Learning Center. The money came from the online sale of Dunes T-shirts, which continues through June 2 or until they are all sold out. To buy a shirt or donate to the center, …

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INDIANAPOLIS — State health officials said Monday that 354 more Indiana residents have been diagnosed with COVID-19 since figures were reported Sunday, and an additional eight people have died from the disease.

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La PORTE — Even in a world turned seemingly upside down due to COVID-19, Americans should still take some time to remember the brave souls who paid the ultimate price for their nation – and the great values it represents.

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MC Courthouse project ready for bidding

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