Assessor is starting reassessment of properties

The Cass County Assessor’s Office has begun reassessment in Eel Township and Logansport.

The maroon Ford Escape will be clearly marked with “Assessor” on the doors. Personnel also will be wearing a vest with “Assessor” on it. They will have credentials identifying themselves as assessment staff with “Ad Valorem Solutions (AVS).”

Please be aware that the inspector may need to walk around the property to view all sides and take measurements as well as photos.

Homeowners will not be approached unless necessary to answer questions about the property.

Inspectors will NEVER ask to be let into a home.

Please contact the Assessor’s Office with any questions at 574-753-7710.

Loaves and Fishes Meal to be held on April 17th

A Loaves and Fishes lunch sponsored by Faith Community Fellowship will be held at Faith Community Fellowship, 1007 17th St., Saturday, April 17th from 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.

Please enter from Usher Street through the parking lot to the door with the sign for the walk-up/drive-thru distribution of a carry-out meal.

Coin Club hosting spring collectible show

The Logansport Coin Club is hosting its spring Kokomo Coin & Collectible Show on Sunday, April 18th, at the Kokomo Event & Conference Center, 1500 N. Ind. 931, Kokomo.

Show hours are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Admission and parking are free. Door prizes will be drawn hourly.

Dealers will be buying and selling U.S. and world coins, and the club will have an exhibit of U.S. Cents, displaying one-cent coins from the 1790s to present day.

Parks Dept opens restrooms, keeps fountains closed

The Logansport Parks & Recreation Department is pleased to announce that the restrooms are open in the Logansport City Parks. However, drinking fountains in the parks will remain closed due to COVID-19 concerns.

Additionally, Basketball court lights at Muehlhausen and Riverside Parks will turn on at approximately 7:30 p.m., and turn off at approximately 10 p.m. Adjustments will be made as daylight increases throughout the evening hours.

Questions can be directed to the Parks Administrator, Janet Fawley at 753-6969 or e-mail at

Professionals wanted to mentor students

Junior Achievement is looking for professional men and women to volunteer with fifth-grade students by leading the Junior Achievement programming. The programming highlights financial literacy, work readiness skill, and entrepreneurship.

All materials provided. Topics include becoming an entrepreneur, career clusters, job building skills highlighting applications, resumes and interview skills.

More information is available by contacting Amanda Berenda at

Pickers coming to Legion April 23

The Country Pickers will be picking in the dining room of the American Legion, 828 Burlington Ave., on Friday, April 23 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The event is open to the public.

There will be a cash bar, snacks, raffles and more.

Call 574-753-8620 for more information.

Legion hosting Eel River Band on April 24

The Eel River Band will be entertaining at the American Legion, 828 Burlington Ave., on Saturday, April 24 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. The event is open to the public.

There will be a $5 cover charge. Also available will be a cash bar, raffles, snacks, and more.

For more information, call 574-753-8620.

Drive-thru pork chop dinner in Deer Creek May 7

The Deer Creek Community Center is planning a Drive-thru Pork Chop Supper for Friday, May 7 from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Meals are $8 for one pork chop and $10 for two pork chops. Meal includes chips, applesauce, and a dessert.

Proceeds will go to the new electronic message sign and other projects.

Eligible students can receive COVID vaccine April 16

From 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., Friday, April 16, students aged 16 and older will be able to receive the COVID-19 Vaccine at Logansport High School’s Berry Bowl.

Vaccines are offered in coordination with the Cass County Health Department and open to all county schools.

Eligible 16-, 17-, and 18-year-olds are will receive the Pfizer vaccine. The second vaccine in the series will be given on May 7 at the Berry Bowl.

More information about each vaccine can be found below.

Link to Pfizer vaccine info: 20Sheet%20for%20Patients%20Final.pdf

Tickets for May 13 Daddy-Daughter Dance on sale April 1The Logansport Parks & Recreation Department has organized its annual Daddy-Daughter Dance to be held from 6-7:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 13 with limited tickets on sale now.

This year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the social restrictions that were subsequently imposed, the event that is traditionally held around Valentine’s Day had to be postponed. Now the Daddy-Daughter Dance will be held at the Logansport National Guard Armory’s Performance & Event Venue at 912 S. Cicott St., Logansport. The dance is open to young ladies ages 5-12 and their daddies (grandpas, uncles, etc. are always welcome, too).

Registration runs until April 28 or until tickets are sold out and is available online through the Parks & Recreation Department website at The registration fee is $25 for daddy and one daughter, with each additional daughter another $7. New this year and included in the registration fee: All couples will receive a digital photograph by Rich Voorhees of Voorhees Studio, Inc.

Call 811 before digging and planting

April is Safe Digging Month in Indiana as gardening and yardwork start.

People and companies should always call 811 at least two business days prior to starting any digging project.

After someone makes the free call, local utilities will then send a crew to mark underground lines in the area (electric, natural gas, water, sewer, phone, cable TV and others) with above-ground stakes, flags or paint, which indicates restricted areas.

Not calling could result in fines up to $10,000 and the cost to repair any damages.

Last year, NIPSCO reported over 969 instances where diggers struck their gas lines. Of those, 40 percent occurred because the person digging did not know, or failed to call 811.

In 2020, Duke Energy reported approximately 138 damage-causing dig-in events in Indiana.

For more information about the Call Before You Dig system in Indiana, visit

Very Berry Hero signs return

Very Berry Hero signs are available for purchase online by visiting

The LHS Alumni Association sells Very Berry Hero signs annually to let community members show appreciation for any LCSC employee or current senior.

Pulaski County highway closing

Indiana 114 in Pulaski County will close between County Road S 1600 West and U.S. 421 for about two weeks beginning Monday, April 12.

The closure is for bridge deck patching, as well as repairing the joints in the bridge deck and approaches, for the bridge over Hill Ditch.

The official detour will follow U.S. 421, State Road 14 and U.S. 231.

Pulaski County launching Second Saturday events

Pulaski County Tribe is asking Pulaski County businesses, organizations, independent consultants, crafters and artisans to come together and offer a variety of opportunities for residents and visitors to spend the day and play in Pulaski County

The event continues on the second Saturday each month.

Those involved ask people considering offering retail discounts (online or in person), volunteer opportunities for others to participate in, indoor and outdoor recreation, dining specials, fundraising events and local events.

The Tribe is offering to help promote these events with more details available at

Indiana 218 reduced to one lane for work

There’ll be alternating lane closures on Indiana 218 between Indiana 29 and U.S. 35 starting Tuesday, April 13, and lasting through early-August.

The section of the highway closed will be in Cass and Carroll counties, from Walton west to the end of 218.

Lane closures will for a resurfacing project, and flaggers will direct traffic in the area where work is occurring.

Ivy Tech and IU Kokomo online career fair April 16

Several dozen north central Indiana employers are scheduled for the virtual Kokomo Career Fair, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on April 16

Ivy Tech Community College and Indiana University Kokomo are making the fair free and open to students, alumni and community members seeking part-time, full-time or internship positions.

The event will be held at, and participants can see a list of participating employers before that.

The website will have links to each employer’s personal virtual room so attendees can click to meet with representatives from each company.

For more information or to register an employer for the fair, contact Mimi Davis at 765-252-5541 or or Tracy Springer at 765-455-9301 or

Nearby blood drives

The Red Cross needs people to donate blood, especially those with type O blood. To schedule an appointment, use the Red Cross Blood Donor App, visit, call 800-RED CROSS (800-733-2767) or enable the Blood Donor Skill on any Alexa Echo device.

Those who give by April 30 will be entered to win one of five $1,000 e-gift cards to a merchant of choice. Additional details are at

The Red Cross will test donations for COVID-19 antibodies, including ones developed after receiving a vaccine.

Plasma donations with high levels of antibodies may be used as convalescent plasma for COVID-19 patients.

Donors are asked to schedule an appointment prior to arriving and must wear a face mask while at the drive.

April 14

Monticello: 1 p.m. – 7 p.m., Monticello-Union Township Public Library program room, 321 W. Broadway.

April 17

Kokomo: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m., Bethany Fellowship School, 600E 5169N.

April 18

Monticello: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., Indiana National Guard, 299 Armory Road

April 20

Winamac: 11:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., Knights of Columbus, 340 E. 50 N.

Kokomo: 1 p.m. – 7 p.m., St. Patrick Catholic Church, 1204 North Armstrong.

April 22

Logansport: 12 p.m. – 6 p.m., McHale Complex, 1212 Riverside Drive.

April 23

Peru: 8:30 a.m. – 2 p.m., Peru High School, 401 N. Broadway.

Kokomo: 11 a.m. – 5 p.m., Family Worship Center, 1149 E Center Road.

April 27

Kokomo: 12:30 p.m. – 6 p.m., Christ Lutheran Church, 3401 S. Dixon Road.

April 29

Kokomo: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., YMCA Kokomo, 114 North Union.

April 30

Rochester: 4/30/2021: 8 a.m. – 1:30 p.m., Rochester High School, #1 Zebra Lane.

Monticello library spring “bag of books” sale

The Monticello/Union Township Public Library’s friends of the library will host a book sale from 1 p.m. – 5 p.m. on April 16 and from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. on April 17 in the library’s program room at 321 W. Broadway.

Patrons are invited to fill a bag with books and give a free-will donation for the materials. Book donations will not be accepted at this time, but please check out the library’s social media for donation updates.

Masks and social distancing guidelines will be required in the library and at all programming.

If you have questions on services and resources, please contact the library at 574-583-2665.

Grace Scott Band at Moose fundraiser

The Logansport Moose Lodge #232 is hosting The Grace Scott Band from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Saturday, April 17, as part a fundraiser for Local Moose Charities.

The event will be at the lodge, 900 E. Main St., and the cost is $6 each or two for $10.

It’s open to the public, but tickets are limited and available at the Moose lodge or by calling 574-753-5515 for more Information.

Logansport Coin Club show

The Logansport Coin Club is hosting its spring Kokomo Coin and Collectible Show from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on April 18.

The event will take place at the Kokomo Event and Conference Center, 1500 North Indiana 931, and admission and parking are free.

Door prizes will be drawn for hourly, and dealers will be buying and selling U.S. and world coins. The club will have an exhibit of Unites States cents, one-cent coins from the 1790s to present day.

State mortgage assistance applications open

The deadline for Indiana homeowners to submit new applications for mortgage assistance through Indiana’s Hardest Hit Fund (HHF) is May 3.

Any Indiana homeowner having difficulty paying their mortgage payment should go to or call 877-GET-HOPE

Housing counselors will help determine available options and if people qualify for assistance through the HHF.

The U.S. Department of Treasury set a June 30, 2021, deadline for state to expend HHF dollars. The May 3 deadline ensures there’s sufficient time to review applications and make a determination.

After the May 3 deadline passes, homeowners can subscribe and receive updates about the new Homeowner Assistance Fund — and other resources as they become available — at

Farmers Market planning meeting and operations

The Logansport Farmers Market will host an informational meeting for both current and prospective vendors at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 15, at the Cass County Fairgrounds. Attendees are asked to meet at the Cloverleaf Building and can ask during the meeting what items can be sold at the market

Questions concerning eligible items to sell can be addressed at the informational meeting.

People from the following counties are eligible to participate as vendors: Cass, Howard, Miami, Fulton, White, Carroll and Pulaski. The Farmers Market, at Fourth and Market streets in downtown Logansport, is typically open two days per week through the growing season.

Opening day will be June 5, and the market will operate from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday through October. Wednesday hours will be from 3 to 6 p.m. beginning July 7 and continue through the last week of September

In recent years, Farmers Market offerings have included vegetables, fruits, berries, plants, herbs, meats, eggs, honey, maple syrup, jams and jellies, honey wine (mead), unique hand-made crafts, baked goods, candy, homemade soaps and candles, knitted or crocheted projects, hand-woven rag rugs, hand-crafted sun catchers and more.

Visit Logansport Farmers Market on Facebook, or for more information contact Frank at 574-699-6971 or Kathy at 574-721-3533.

Cass County 4-H And Rotary Club Boneless Pork Loin Dinner

A drive-thru boneless pork loin dinner with applesauce, green beans, chips and dessert will be hosted by the Cass County 4-H Club Association and the Logansport Rotary Club from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday, April 16, at the Cass County 4-H fairgrounds.

Tickets are $10, but $9 pre-sale tickets are available through 4-H directors, Rotarians or the Cass County Extension Office. Extra pork loin will be available for $5 each.

For more information, contact the Cass County Extension Office, 753-7750.

Downtown Green and Clean Day coming

Logan’s Landing is recruiting volunteers for this year’s Green & Clean event from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, April 17.

The volunteers will help pick up litter, sweep, weed, trim and generally spruce up Logansport’s downtown district.

Due to the ongoing Melbourne Avenue construction project, this year’s Green & Clean headquarters will be moved from the Logan’s Landing Depot to the historic State Theatre at 317 E. Market St. in downtown Logansport.

Volunteers may be individuals, families or teams from businesses, churches, clubs or other organizations. Volunteers are asked to bring their own yard work tools and gardening gloves.

Register today by e-mail ( or phone at 574-722-9345 and give an hour or two of your time to make our downtown district an area we can all be proud of.

Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War to meet

The Orlando A. Somers Camp # 1, Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, will meet at noon on Apr. 17 at the South Branch of the Howard County Public Library, 1755 E. Center Road, Kokomo. Any descendant from a Union soldier or sailor or anyone who has an interest in the Civil War is invited to attend. For more information, call 765-667-1940.

Christmas parade planning to begin April 22

A Light Up Logansport kick-off meeting will be held at 5 p.m. Thursday, April 22. The event will be held at the Cass County Community Foundation at the corner of 7th & Market streets.

Please plan to bring any ideas moving forward with the 2021 Light Up Logansport Parade.

Fish fry to raise cemetery funds

The Crooked Creek Christian Church will be having a fish fry starting 4 p.m. on Friday, April 23, to benefit Crooked Creek Cemetery.

The fish fry will offer a walleye fish sandwich and fries for $10 and the sandwich only for $ 8.

The event will be carry out only and take place in the Community State Bank parking lot, 101 N. Chicago St. in Royal Center.

Old medicine disposal

For those needing to dispose of unused and expired prescriptions, needles or syringes, Logansport Memorial Hospital [LMH], the Cass County Sheriff’s Department and the Logansport Police department are holding a no-questions-asked prescription drug take back from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on April 24.

The drop off point will be at LMH Circle Drive, 1101 Michigan Ave.

The take back will also accept pet medications.

However, the drop off won’t be accepting liquid medication, inhalers, aerosol cans, mercury thermometers or medications containing iodine.

Spring craft show and barn sale

The Twelve Mile Swing into Spring Craft Show will be 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 24, at the Twelve Mile Community Building, 8030 E. Indiana 16.

There’ll be handmade, craft and artisan items only with food available for purchase at the Firehouse Café.

The Spring Barn Sale is also happening the same day in Twelve Mile from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Scholarship for young songwriters

Songwriters between 14 and 19 years old are invited to apply for the 2021 Shirley Martin Scholarship for Young Songwriters, which includes the special Mike Lane Horizon Award.

The Songwriters Association of Mid-north Indiana [SAMI] sponsors the award, and the winner will receive $500 cash award to be applied toward the winner’s education, a musical instrument or other songwriting-supporting endeavor.

The winner will also receive performance opportunities and local publicity, and SAMI may give other awards based on merit.

Applications will be accepted until April 16, and winners will be awarded on or before May 4, 2021.

Those applying must be 14 to 19 years old when they apply and a permanent resident of one of the following Indiana counties: Benton, Carroll, Cass, Clinton, Fountain, Howard, Jasper, Montgomery, Newton, Pulaski, Tippecanoe, Tipton, Warren and White.

Apply online at or download a printable application. For additional information, email

Learn family camping skills

During the first two weekends in May, Conner Prairie, 13400 Allisonville Road in Fishers, is holding a We Can Camp program for first time campers or those looking for a refresher.

Although Conner Prairie doesn’t usually allow camping, for these sessions, staff will provide all needed camping gear (including tents with two queen air mattresses) and have modern restrooms and overnight security.

The sessions are from 1 p.m. to 10 a.m. on May 1-2 or May 8-9

Tickets are $130 for member families, up to 6 people, or $140 for guest families, also up to 6 people.

Families will need to bring their own bedding.

For more information on We Can Camp, visit

VFW fish fries

Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3790, 1023 Erie Avenue in Logansport, will hold a fish fry dinner from 5-7 p.m. on the first Friday of every month.

The cost is $10 for adults and $5 for children younger than 8 years, and that includes a choice of all-you-can-eat fish, three fish and three jumbo shrimp or six jumbo fish, all served with French fries and coleslaw.

Without the fries and slaw, the cost is $8.

The public is welcome.

Food Finders fundraiser

Food Finders Food Bank is holding its eighth annual Blue Jean Ball virtually on Saturday, May 1, 2021.

The ball starts at 5 p.m. with a cocktail hour. Guests are encouraged to pre-register to gain early access to silent auction items and purchase watch party kits.

The event, presented by Kroger and Pay Less Super Markets, solely benefits the food bank. The event raises awareness and funds that ensure the food bank’s can continue to address the needs across North Central Indiana.

The 2020 event was canceled due to COVID-19.

However, the 2019 event raised more than $103,000 for the food bank.

For more information about the Blue Jean Ball or Food Finders Food Bank, visit or call, 765-471-0062.

Indy veterans suicide awareness march

The Indianapolis Irreverent Warriors Silkies Hike to bring attention to eliminating veteran suicide will start at 7:30 a.m. May 1.

Registration for the all-day event and staging begins at the Indiana War Memorial at 7:30 a.m. with the step off at 9 a.m.

The marchers will stop at multiple locations throughout the hike for food, drinks and camaraderie, then return to the Indiana War Memorial for an after party.

Veterans, reservists, active duty and National Guard members of all branches are invited for the step off, hike and after party.

Family members, friends and the community can join marchers at the stops and after party and to

cheer or honk as they pass the hikers.

Register on Eventbrite @

State rail plan virtual meeting

INDOT will host a virtual meeting from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Wednesday, May 19, to discuss preliminary findings and recommendations for the state rail plan.

The plan provides guidance on improvement of freight and passenger rail in rural and urban areas throughout the state. Federal law requires INDOT to update its rail plan every four years.

The meeting will be held using the Webex virtual meeting platform. Those interested in attending the meeting can RSVP to by Wednesday, May 12.

This is INDOT’s third stakeholder meeting for state rail plan outreach and engagement. More than 100 participants have attended the meetings to provide feedback for plan development. INDOT also received more than 1,000 completed responses for the state rail plan public survey in fall 2020, with majority of responses (60 percent) coming directly from the general public.

The final state rail plan will be released in fall 2021. For project updates and events, visit

Pioneer Days will happen in June

The Royal Center Lions Club has set June 18 and 19 as Pioneer Days 2021. Town-wide garage sales and carry-out meals are being planned. Other activities will be added as COVID protocol allows.

The Lions plan to have a spectacular firework display on June 19.

The group is accepting donations from businesses and individuals to help make this event possible. Those donating $100 or more will be recognized, while anonymous donations up to $99 will be appreciated, too.

Donations may be sent to Ed Nies at 7498 W CR 400 N, Royal Center, Indiana 46978 (phone 574-721-4201 with questions).

Grief Support Group is canceled until further notice

The Logansport All Saints Grief Support Group is canceled due to COVID-19 until further notice.

For any questions or needs or for the up-coming holidays, please call Patty DuSchene at 574-753-3483.

State payment telephone scam

Indiana Auditor of State Tera Klutz warned Hoosiers to be aware of a scam asking for advance payment in order to receive access to state grants and payments. These scams, being made by telephone and email and maliciously posing as Auditor of State employees, falsely claim eligibility for a state grant or payment but require a fee be paid before receiving access to funds.

The Auditor of State (AOS), who serves as Indiana’s Chief Financial Officer, is coordinating with the Indiana Office of the Attorney General, the Indiana Office of Inspector General and the Indiana State Police on these cases. If you receive a call or email you think may be an Advance Fee scam, please contact the Office of the Attorney General, Consumer Protection Division at

The Cass County health department is not accepting walk-ins for business

Those who want a free COVID-19 test should visit to make an appointment.

The Heath Department offers free COVID-19 testing from 7:45 a.m.-2 p.m. on Monday, Thursday and Friday and noon to 6 p.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 1616 Smith St., Logansport.

Testing will be available to all members of the public regardless of symptoms. Children as young as 2 years of age can be tested with parental consent.

Individuals should bring proof of Indiana residency, such as a state-issued ID, work ID or utility bill.

This testing is made possible through a grant from the Indiana Department of Health to ensure that community testing is available anywhere there is a need. Through this grant, all the testing supplies and equipment, including test kits, personal protective equipment (PPE), sanitizer and the platform for registration and data management, are provided. The grant continues through June 30, 2021, and is renewable.

The state-run Optum sites will continue to offer testing as well. A complete map of test sites across the state is available at

2021 state park passes on sale

The 2021 Indiana state park passes, lake permits, off-road cycling permits, and horse tags are now available at property offices and front gates, and online at

Applications available for Logan’s Landing program

Applications for the Commercial Facade Improvement Funding Program are available to commercial business or property owners within the Logan’s Landing district downtown, according to a release. Applicants have a full-year from the date of approval to complete the project, and the program offers 50 percent matching funding with up to $5,000 per property for eligible improvements.

Those improvements include exterior painting, exterior lighting, windows and doors, facade maintenance and restoration, awnings and installation of brick facade.

For an application or further information, contact Logan’s Landing at 574-722-9345 or

Council moves meeting to Revolution Church

The Local Coordinating Council’s monthly meeting will now be held at the Revolution Community Church at 3930 E. Market St.

The meetings will still be the second Monday of the month from noon to 1p.m.

VFW Auxiliary meetings

The Auxiliary to VFW Post #3790 meetings are held at 7 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month and generally last one hour.

The start of the 2020-2021 year will mark a year-long celebration of the formation of the “Ladies Auxiliary” in 1920. In 2006, the “Ladies Auxiliary” and the “Men’s Auxiliary” joined forces and are now known as the VFW Auxiliary. Male relatives of veterans may now join The VFW Auxiliary. Membership is $20 a year, and Life Memberships are available. The Auxiliary has lost over 300 members in the past 10 years.

For more information, contact Auxiliary President, Liz Troxell at 574-721-0166 or Auxiliary Treasurer, Jane Viney at 574-737-8110.

Cass County Democrats online meeting

The Cass County Democrats invites the public to Drinking Liberally, An Online Happy Hour, the last Friday of every month at 6 p.m. The event provides an opportunity to meet people and candidates running for office.

For information on how to join, visit the “Online with Linda Lawson” tab at the Cass County Democrats’ web page:, or call 574-992-1121.

Ivy Tech offering free classes, training

Ivy Tech Community College has announced it is offering free classes and training for 10,000 participants. The college is elevating its commitment to Hoosiers impacted by COVID-19 experiencing unemployment, reduced hours or furloughs across the state. Participants may take more than one class or training in a range of relevant high-demand areas.

Those interested can obtain detailed information about the classes and training, and register for free, by visiting

Classes and training sessions that are currently being offered as part of the initiative include:

Advanced manufacturing: Industry 4.0 silver level multi-skill maintenance and operations.

Technician certifications (associate, electrical systems, electric motor control systems, motor control troubleshooting and pneumatic systems.

Tools of the Industry with Autodesk: Introduction to CAD, CAM, and practical CNC machining, Fusion 360 introduction to CAD and CAM, simulation analysis for mechanical engineers, 3-axis machining with Fusion 360, introduction to mechanical engineering design and manufacturing, and modeling and design for mechanical engineers.

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