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LAPORTE | It's hard for some to imagine any other antique tractor more beloved than the familiar orange ones churned out years ago by Allis Chalmers. The company began making farm equipment in 1914 and continued until its closing in the 1980s.
LAPORTE | A LaPorte woman was seriously injured after apparently falling down the stairs helpless to get off her basement floor for several days.
LAPORTE | The quiet concentration permeated the quilter’s cabin. The ladies were working diligently on the beautiful quilts – an image straight out of the past.
LAPORTE | Friends of the Barns, a citizens' group whose mission is to advance the restoration of the barns of the LaPorte County Home, announced Friday the establishment of a county fund to receive tax-deductible contributions for barn restoration.
LAPORTE | The public is invited to find out what the 4-H program has to offer at a “4-H Open House” on November 15 from 3 to 7 p.m. at the Small Projects Building at the LaPorte County Fairgrounds. Families will be able to talk to current volunteers, view sample 4-H projects, and participate…
LAPORTE | Broken windows at two homes were blamed on last week's fireworks shows at the LaPorte County Fairgrounds, but efforts to bring back a pyrotechnics convention remain at full throttle.
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