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Local graduate Captain Timothy J. McGovern was killed in the line of duty in Iraq. He graduated from Twin Lakes HS.
The Parks Department received a grant to rehabilitate the pavilion at the west end of Dykeman Park.
The former Firestone/Cass County Tire building at the corner of 3rd and Eel River Avenue will soon be converted into a restaurant and offices.
Actor Mickey Rooney comes to McHale Auditorium to perform songs and share stories about his Hollywood career.
Former Logansport High School Berry and current Indiana University kicker Austin Starr is breaking records.
Lewis Cass’ football team won their section. Quarterback Rory Mannering found Damon Foreman in the back of the end zone in what could have been the winning play.
Pending federal grant approval, a bridge could be built in the year 2000 that would connect High Street Road to Perrysburg Road, and 300 E by extending Mall Road over the Eel River.
Poor living conditions in the Cass County Jail led to an ongoing legal battle between the county and Logansport attorney Jim Brugh.
Jean Cole opened the Cole Clothing Museum at 900 E. Broadway.
After a strong first-half performance by Lewis Cass in the IHSAA Class 2A Section 26 Semi-Final, Tipton’s football team caught up to the Kings and then crushed them for a 41-12 victory . The Logansport Berries rallied from a second-quarter deficit before ultimately falling 30-24 to heavily favored Gary. Pioneer toppled North White, 33-14, to advance to the sectional final.
Fierce fighting broke out across Indochina in what was seen as a relentless communist push to seize as much territory as possible before a ceasefire was declared.
The General Tire and Rubber Co., Inc. plant was forced to close after 28 people fell ill from fumes of undetermined cause. The affected employees were taken to Memorial Hospital.
Parking meters can be placed along Melbourne Avenue.
The opportunity to purchase a radio control center for the Logansport police was abruptly cut short as the Criminal Justice Planning Agency informed the city that it had no funding available.
A contract has been awarded to an Indianapolis company to build a new chapel at Logansport State Hospital.
Jerry’s Pizza has moved from 706 W. Market to Highway 24 West, across from Ambers Restaurant.
In college football, the Michigan Wolverines defeated Indiana 21-7 in Bloomington and the Michigan State Spartans outscored Purdue 22-12.
Three men arrested on suspicion of murdering railway worker Michael Popiela have been released after their alibis were confirmed.
Permits were issued to Philip Voorhees to build bungalows at 2005 E. Broadway and one on E. Ottawa Street.
The Home Telephone Company installed poles and overhead wires in rural areas of Cass County.
The Indiana University football team and students came to prominence when the special train of six steel coaches carrying a crowd of about 400 people passed through Pennsylvania’s South Bend division.