Don’t miss thetwelfth annual Taste of Cass County, brought to you by Logan’s Landing!The festival will take place on Saturday August 12starting at 5 pm in downtown Logansport, and features great food and drink from fifteen Cass County food and drink establishments, including the Blue Door Bakery, Bob Evans, Casey’s General Store, Catering by Courtney, Dhing’s Thai-Philippine Cuisine, J&A’s Woodfired Pizza, Lewis Cass Band Boosters, Lin’s Asian Cuisine, the Old Style Inn, the Panaderia/Country Bakery, Pepsi, Shively’s BBQ & Catering, and U-Know Pizza. 

Admission to the event is just $2 per person, or $5 for the whole family.  Enjoy live music throughout the evening featuring local bands, as well as the fourth annual All-American Hot Dog Eating Contest, all on the Cass County Community Foundation Stage. Adult beverages will be provided by the Old Style Inn and the People’s Winery. The Kids Korner will have a Pirates & Princesses theme and will offer games and prizes for youngsters, plus a Sponge Bob bounce house.

For more information, contact Logan’s Landing at or 574-722-9345. Check out the Taste of Cass County facebook page, too!



On Saturday, April 29th, Logan’s Landing held our annual “Downtown Green & Clean Day.”  More than 75 dedicated volunteers donated a few hours of their time on a cold, rainy Saturday morning to sweep, pull weeds, pick up litter, rake, and generally spruce up our community. We collected 35 bags of trash, two bins of recyclables, and more than 50 bags of yard waste, plus at least one truckload of loose (unbagged) brush!  Now that downtown Logansport has gotten a good spring cleaning, it is our hope that our citizens and visitors will be inspired to help keep it clean and inviting.

Special thanks to the following: event chair Deb Ulerick; NIPSCO for the Environmental Action grant, Logansport Savings Bank and Amelio’s on the River for donating bottled water and ice for our volunteers; McCord’s Do It Best and Martin’s Supermarket for donating yard waste bags; Cass County Communication Network for promotional assistance and pictures;  Home Depot for donating trash bags and bottled water, the Pharos-Tribune and The River for helping us get the word out; and to representatives of  the Armstrong Family, Beacon Credit Union West, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Boy Scout Troop 2,  the Brugh Family, Cass County Indivisible, Columbia Middle School National Junior Honor Society, Emmanuel Church, Lifegate Church, Logansport  High School Berry Buddies, Logansport  High School Diversity Club,  Logansport Municipal Utilities, the Mayorga Family, Midwest Eye Consultants, Peak Community Services,  Phi Theta Kappa, the Popovich Family, The River, Security Federal, State Theatre, and numerous individuals for volunteering their time and efforts to make Logansport a community we can all be proud of. 

Let’s all help keep Logansport green and clean!


The annual Celebrate Logansport event on June 1st was enjoyed by all!  People of all ages gathered downtown to celebrate Logansport’s birthday, enjoy free birthday cake and activities, and eat delicious strawberry shortcake.

Special thanks to all who participated in this event. Extra-special thanks to event chair Greg Packard, raffle co-chairs Gwyn Seabolt and Jim Crain, and the Promotion Committee, chaired by Sandi Korreckt. Additionally, thank you to Peak Community Services for providing free face-painting; Little Children’s Ministry for having a lemonade stand; Cass County Arts Alliance, Reading Railroad, Logansport Junior Civic Theater, and Jarrell Orthodontics for providing activities for children; numerous local merchants and individuals for donating raffle prizes; Cass County Communication Network, Logansport Radio, and the Pharos-Tribune for helping us get the word out; the City of Logansport, especially Marla Evanich, Mayor Kitchell, and the city employees who served shortcake; Logansport Parks Department and Cass-Pulaski Community Corrections for set-up and tear-down assistance; Mike Anderson Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep-RAM for balloons and the use of a vehicle and personnel for deliveries; Logansport Fire Department for ice; and Logansport Savings Bank for bottled water. And most of all, a huge THANK YOU to all our volunteers and to everyone who attended. We hope to see you all again at next year’s Celebrate Logansport event!