Moments in Time, April 10

Compiled by Mary Hedge, LaPorte County Public Library

April 10, 1917 — A munitions plant in Pennsylvania blows up. At least fifty men are killed. Bodies are flung a half mile from the wrecked plant. Over 300 others are injured.

April 10, 1967 — Forty-nine LaPorte High School seniors are named Hoosier Scholars, making the school one of six leading the state in the most scholars named.

April 10, 1992 — Manuel Noriega is convicted of turning Panama into a way station for drugs.

April 10, 2007 — A father in Fish Lake comes home to find his daughter and her alleged boyfriend both shot in the head.

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