North Korea continues its nuclear testing.
The defeat of Indiana Senate President Bob Garton opened up Senate leadership for the first time in 30 years.
After hearing a presentation that reduced a $309,000 bid to $298,767, board members voted 3-2 in favor of a scaled-down press box at Logansport High School’s Turner Field.
Fred Geyer II reopened the restaurant at 1120 W. Market St. under the name West Side Diner.
Mishia Wood, a well-known and respected former two-term clerk and county auditor, passed away. She was 82.
Rare early October snow flurries made a brief appearance in Logansport.
Lewis Cass beat Western 20-14 to take the MIC championship for the second straight season, and the third time in the past four seasons.
The host Winamac Warriors’ persistent play yielded a 19-15 victory over a faster and stronger Frontier team.
The Class 4A No. 10 Logansport football team clinched a second-straight North Central Conference championship with a 44-20 victory over Richmond.
Paul Crowe resigned from the Logansport City Council in order to fill the late deputy Mayor Francis Perrone’s position. Democrats appointed Linda Klinck to fill Crowe’s position on the city council.
Plans for correcting a drainage problem on the city’s east end was heard by the Storm Water Management Board. Sunny Estates, a subdivision between Yorktown Road and Longtree Lane, is in need of an estimated $200,000 worth of work, otherwise the problem will only get worse.
The Logansport school board is working on an acceptable internet usage policy to limit access to objectional material.
Nuvision at the Logansport Mall announced it will be closing.
Bickel’s toys, hobbies and bicycle store at Logansport is offering a buy one, get one sale for Matchbox cars.
Western kicked the LHS girls’ soccer team out of the sectional with a shutout, 2-0.
Flashing warning signals have been installed at the railroad crossing on Cass Station Road near U.S. 24, east of the city.
Sirens launched a six-hour, practice wartime mission exercise under simulated enemy nuclear attack conditions at Grissom Air Base.
Donald Crain has retired as chairman of the Cass County Selective Service Board.
Chicago Cubs first baseman, Joe Pepitone, made an appearance at the Logansport Armory.
Halloween vandalism is apparent, and police remind parents of the 10 p.m. curfew.
In college football, A 41-yard pass from Steve Burke to Rick Sayers set up the winning Purdue score to defeat the Northwestern Wildcats, 21-20. Meanwhile Indiana’s Coach John Pont said that his team “just stood around” and lost 27-7 to Ohio State.
An estimated 200 doctors will be in the city to attend the annual meeting of the Eleventh District Medical Association.
The Logansport Oxygen Company, which produces oxygen used in acetylene welding and ships within a radius of 100 miles, reports a fair seasonal demand for their product.
The N.J. Ryan grocery store at 617 S. Cicott St. was entered and robbed of $30 in goods.