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Last Updated on March 30, 2023 by Cass County Online

Cass County Online is part of Cass County Communication Network, published by Existential Media LLC, and connects people with events, information and resources in Cass County, Indiana.

We update this page throughout the day with community information we think you might want to know.

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You can find the full list of upcoming events we know about at


📝 See the list of Closings and Delays that have been reported to us.

See weather, traffic and road condition info at this link:

Weather Resources for Cass County

ℹ️ Download the Cass County INFO app | App Store | Google Play


🇺🇸 Flags are at half-staff through sunset Friday, March 31, 2023 in honor and remembrance of the victims in Nashville, TN.

🌳 Spending Spring Break in Cass County? We’ve put together a list of some of the programs and activities happening this week. Find it here.

🖍️ Kindergarten Registration: It’s time to sign up students who will begin attending kindergarten in the fall. Find more info here.

🏆 Indiana is accepting nominations for the Governor’s Century, Half Century Business Awards through April 14, 2023 | More info

🩸 NEW: LMH Medical Office Building East Lobby Lab closed on Friday, March 31, 2023

🧾 Spring installment of Cass County, Indiana property taxes due May 10, 2023

🚨Cass County offers property protection alerts; watch for information coming with your tax statements

📝On My Way Pre-K applications for the 2023-2024 school year now available

🦃 Youth reserved turkey hunt applications open March 20-31, 2023

📅 Annual Cass County College & Career Expo set for April 18, 2023

✉️ Logansport Utilities gathering waterline material information

⚠️NIPSCO is completing a gas expansion project in Cass, Howard and Miami Counties. Construction is expected to continue through November and will include temporary lane/road closures. Find more info here.

🚧 CR 500S is closed at the intersection of US 35 in connection with the NIPSCO gas line construction. Traffic will not be able to access US 35 from 500S. The closure could be in effect until mid-May. | More info

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Here are a few of the upcoming events listed on

🎤 Upcoming meetings in Cass County

🎶 Live music in Cass County

🐰 Easter events in Cass County

3/29: Park in a Box
3/29: LWV-Community Town Hall
3/29-3/30: Free Spring Break Movies
3/31: Spring Break Public Hours at the Cass County Carousel

📅 Check for more upcoming events. We also have calendars for Carroll, Fulton, Miami and Pulaski Counties.


The May 2, 2023 primary election is a municipal election for Logansport residents only and will include the offices of Logansport mayor, clerk-treasurer and all seven seats on the Logansport Common (City) Council.

VOTING HOURS: Voting will begin Saturday, April 22, 2023. You can find voting hours and locations here.

REGISTER TO VOTE: You can check your voter registration and/or register to vote online by visiting If you are not registered with your current address, the deadline to register is April 3, 2023.

ABSENTEE VOTING: All requests for mail ballots for the 2023 Municipal Primary must be received by April 20, 2023; request for travel board must be received by Noon on May 1, 2023. More info is available on the Cass County Clerk’s website here.

You can find more info and view the recording from the Candidate Forum held March 21 here.


🩸 LMH Medical Office Building East Lobby Lab closed on Friday, March 31, 2023

🏥 Logansport Memorial Hospital visitor restrictions for 2022-2023 flu season (updated 11/21/22)

⚕️The Indiana Department of Health is encouraging all parents to have their children younger than age 6 tested for lead exposure as part of legislation that took effect Jan. 1, 2023. | More info

😷 You can find the latest COVID-19 guidance for the community from the Department of Health and Human Services at

😷 See Indiana’s COVID-19 dashboard, plus info on testing and vaccines at


Here’s the Spring Break schedule for K-12 students in Cass County:
| March 24-31, 2023 | Corporation Calendar
Lewis Cass  | March 20-31, 2023 | Corporation Calendar
Logansport | March 27-31, 2023 | Corporation Calendar
Pioneer | March 27-31, 2023 | Corporation Calendar

See Honor Rolls from Cass County Schools.

📝 On My Way Pre-K allows 4-year-olds from lower-income families to receive a free, high-quality, prekindergarten education through Indiana’s only state-sponsored prekindergarten program. Indiana’s Office of Early Childhood and Out-of-School Learning is now accepting applications for the 2023-2024 school year. | More info

🖍️ KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION: We’re keeping track of Registration info for Cass County students starting kindergarten in August 2023. Check the link for details that have been shared so far.


2022-2023: Caston | Lewis Cass | Logansport | Pioneer

2023-2024: Caston | Lewis Cass | Logansport | Pioneer


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When you’re looking for info about Cass County, we try to have the answer, so we’ve been working on resource lists to make information more accessible. Here are a few we’ve put together so far:

🥫Food Pantries, Meals & Programs
ℹ️ Support Groups
♻️Trash and Recycling


The Military Family Relief fund offers emergency grants for veterans and their dependent family members experiencing financial hardship. To see if you qualify visit


  • Applications for Indiana’s Energy Assistance Program and Water Assistance Program will be accepted until May 15, 2023. These programs are designed to help households across the state pay their bills and avoid shutoffs, especially during the winter months. | More info
  • NIPSCO is encouraging income-eligible customers struggling to pay their gas utility bill to apply for additional energy assistance programs available December 1 through May 31. Programs such as NIPSCO Hardship, SERV (Supply Energy Resources to Veterans) and SILVER (Seniors in Indiana Low-Income and Vulnerable Energy Resource) offer a one-time benefit of up to $400 per year to those who qualify. | More info


💻 See the list of job openings that area companies have shared recently here. If your business or organization is hiring, you can post job openings here.


⚡ Logansport Municipal Utilities — (574) 753-6231  to report outages

🌡️ NIPSCO — (800) 464-7726

🚨 Cass County Central Dispatch – 574-722-6060

🚧 Logansport Street Department (574) 753-4610

🚧 Cass County Highway Department (574) 753-3749

🚏 Cass Area Transit574-753-5555Logansport City Bus Schedule

🐾 The Cass County Humane Society has changed their name to CCHS Pets R Us. They often post photos of lost/found pets on their Facebook page. – 574-516-1526

💜 The Cass County Domestic Violence Task Force offers a free local support group for survivors of domestic violence that meets weekly. Free child care is available. For more information, call 574-722-2119.

📱 988 is a new national three-digit dialing code to reach the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. In Indiana, Hoosiers experiencing mental health-related distress may call 988 to connect to a trained crisis specialist.

📱 The Be Well Crisis Helpline is available through Indiana 211 and enables Indiana residents to speak with trained, compassionate counselors 24/7. Indiana residents can speak with a trained mental health counselor by dialing 2-1-1 or the toll-free number, 866-211-9966, entering their ZIP code and selecting the option for the Be Well Crisis Helpline. In addition, Be Well Indiana’s website contains supplemental resources including blog posts and videos offering tips for maintaining mental health as well as self-screening tools. For more information, please visit | More info

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