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- Visitors bureau accepting 2014 grant applications In 2014, the Cass County Visitors Bureau will be awarding four $1,250 major grants, four $750 major grants and eight $500 mini grants. To be eligible for one of the major grants, your grant application must be returned to the Cass County Visitors Bur
- Police blotter: Dec. 11, 2013 Have a tip? Anyone with information on a crime is encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS. Information leading to an arrest or conviction could lead to a reward of up to $1,000.
- Dismantling a depot: Charred Flora landmark being put into storage FLORA -- Curt Hufty walked slowly through what remained of the former Flora train depot as he recounted the story. Now a charred shell, the building had once been located downtown next to the train tracks, he said. After that, it was moved to its pre
- Poll shows Hoosiers' changing opinions on pot and marriage amendment INDIANAPOLIS - Legislators may balk at the idea of easing the penalties for marijuana, but a new poll shows a majority of Hoosiers support legalizing the drug and taxing it like alcohol and tobacco. The same poll finds that a strong majority of Hoosi
- The Salvation Army at critical funding levels The Logansport Salvation Army is short of its goal to raise $145,000 to support the organization's programs throughout the year. "It is critical," Major Rose Eagle said. So far, the Christmas campaign has generated $32,204, which is almost $31,000
- Police blotter: Dec. 10, 2013 Have a tip? Anyone with information on a crime is encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS. Information leading to an arrest or conviction could lead to a reward of up to $1,000.
Rochester man arrested on meth charges
A recent narcotic investigation led to the arrest of Kyle D. Miller, 53, Rochester.
- Mayors oppose repeal of taxes without replacement INDIANAPOLIS – Mayors from across Indiana are gearing up for a fight to protect a state business tax that produces nearly $1 billion in annual revenue for local governments, libraries and schools. Republican leaders in the Statehouse say getting rid
- Caston School Corp. employee continues generations at the wheel FULTON -- From horse-drawn cart to school bus, members of the Eytcheson family have been ferrying students in Fulton County for about 100 years. Conflicting accounts from clippings of publications in the mid 1900s -- when Elmer Eytcheson's tenure as
- Business groups, mayors at odds over tax revenue TERRE HAUTE -- Who would have believed that old fork lifts, barber chairs and aging computers could capture the attention of so many folks around the state? But taxes on those items -- equipment known as "business personal property" -- generate reven
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