Monthly Archives: August 2018
Shoppers evacuated from Michigan City WalMart after alleged sprinkler system malfunction.
“Overall I'm very happy. I thought we played very well. Our blocking was on point tonight, everyone contributed. I didn’t really see any weak points tonight, so I thought we did pretty well.” - Coach Cassie Holmquest / LaPorte Slicers.
Residents invited to attend the fourth annual Wanatah Scarecrow festival to celebrate the coming of Fall.
Marquette High Class of 2020 students have been invited to embark on a World War II themed excursion where they can tour London, Normandy, and Paris.
City loses to Homewood-Flossmoor Vikings 33-30 in overtime in Friday night's game at Ames Field.
Washington Park Zoo to host "Zoo-B-Q" event.
Dough Boy's increases dining space and menu at their new location offering freshly baked bread and homemade menu items for eating in, taking out, or catering.
Michigan City Wolves start the season off with a bang beating Griffith 53-0 during Friday night's season opening game.
Marquette Catholic High School donates land to LaPorte County Habitat for Humanity and pledges volunteers from students.
Michigan City officials debut new promotional video in hopes of attracting new residents and business owners by showcasing the city's attractions and nightlife.