Boy in critical condition after walking in track bed next to moving train in Logansport

Police were called on a report a train had struck a juvenile about 4:10 p.m. Thursday to the 800 block of East Melbourne Avenue in downtown Logansport.

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North central Indiana land up for grabs

A large auction of 962 acres of agricultural land in Cass and White Counties will be held later this month northwest of Logansport. Schrader Real Estate and Auction Company of Columbia City will offer six tracts, ranging in size from three to 312 acres.

Tyson Foods to cut prices this week on some beef as grocery prices soar

Tyson said the discounts will be on items such as chuck and round roasts, as well as some other ground beef products.

Tyson pork processing will resume in Logansport with workstation barriers

The company took county and state health officials on tour of the plant, as it prepares to reopen.

Indiana meat plant closures cost nation nearly one-tenth of pork processing capacity

Plant operators ordered temporary shutdowns to clean facilities and protect workers, leaving some farmers with nowhere to send livestock ready for slaughter.

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Tyson Foods to shut down production in Logansport

The beef and pork subsidiary of Arkansas-based Tyson Foods Inc. (NYSE: TSN) says will voluntarily close its Logansport facility.

Logansport bat business expands and owner is forecasting big growth in 2020

The NFL season has wrapped up and now sports fans can turn to Major League Baseball as spring training gets underway in about three weeks. But for Logansport craftsman Trampas Young, thinking about baseball and one essential tool of the trade has become a year-round business.