After months of negotiations County Commissioners have approved plans to fund the costs of a new animal shelter.
In light of decreasing property tax revenues Mayor Mike Fincher is considering a review of the city’s incoming funds to help plan future budgets. City Council president, Scott Kraud said he believed Fincher was being proactive so the council could be ready when it came time to work on the budgets.
Green Power, Inc., John Deere dealer, is expanding its operation at 725 Burlington Avenue, Logansport.
Logansport Fire Department Capt. Rex Danely told a Pharos Tribune reporter the department was “lucky” not to have lost anyone when the burning house at 418 W. Market collapsed on firefighters.
Logansport attorney Matthew Barrett was awarded second place in the 2008 Harrison Legal Writing contest during the Indiana State Bar Association’s annual meeting in Indianapolis.
Judy Masters, owner of Judy’ Goodlife Emporium, was named the winner of the 2008 SUCCEED Business Planning Competition for existing businesses.
The IU Hoosiers gave Tom Crean a memorable 83-65 victory over Northwestern State in his first game as the new basketball coach.
The Lewis Cass Kings earned a spot in the Class 2A state championship football game with a 28-7 win over Jimtown.
The business Celebration Station, 1828 E. Broadway, will be closing.
After sixteen months Federal Mogul employees completed one million hours of labor without a lost-time accident; a first-time accomplish for Logansport’s facility, according to plant manager Michael Easterday.
Construction of a pond behind Logansport High School in the Berry Patch was made possible with funding from the Cass County Community Foundation.
Cascaded by boos as it left the floor following the less-than-fabulous first 20 minutes, the Indiana University basketball team regrouped and pulled out a 76-70 win over Indiana State.
Cass graduate Kelly Kitchel has been traveling with the Purdue football team and putting on weight and says he is happy to wait for his turn on the offensive line – for now.
Senate leaders urged their colleagues to move with haste and approve a bill to grant President Nixon emergency powers to meet the energy crisis.
Mayor Eugene Monahan told the Cass County Council that a Logansport Industrial Development Commission will be formed within a month.
Proceedings to condemn the old Star Hotel, 429 S. Third Street, were initiated and a notice placed on the building.
Local businessmen John P. Bailey, Jerry Long, Karl E. Smith and John R. Wolf were elected to serve on the Chamber of Commerce board.
Logansport’s four financial institutions paid out close to a million dollars in Christmas Club savings this year.
Philip Shih was appointed Director of the Logansport-Cass County public library.
The six-day Logansport Flower Show held at the Logansport State Hospital has ended.
Eugene Bell, 17, of Washington Street, injured his arm so severely while hopping onto a Pennsylvania freight train in the west yards that it had to be amputated.
Dedication of the new Riley Junior High School building will take place this week.