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A Shipshewana woman was killed when her bicycle was stuck by a van August 24 on SR 5 north of Shipshewana.

Howe’s Indian Summer Days are set for Sept. 15 and 16, with a new event planned.

Once again, it is time to submit applications to nominate Prairie Heights community members for the Mighty Oak Award.

A traffic stop for an equipment violation early this morning on the Indiana Toll Road led to the arrest of a 33 year old man from Wisconsin on multiple felony drug related charges.

Cook’s Bison Ranch, located on CR 600S just east of Adams Lake, will host a Farm to Family Festival this Saturday, Aug. 26, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.

The Lakeland School Board voted Monday evening, 4-1, to move forward with a $4.5 million bond to help a variety of maintenance and upgrade items around the district.

On August 22 at around 4:45 p.m., officers with the Wolcottville Police Department were called to a North Main Street residence regarding people in a basement without permission.

On August 12, the Wolcottville Lions Club awarded five of its members with the prestigious Melvin Jones Fellowship.

The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is again asking bowhunters to volunteer to count furbearer species and other wildlife this fall for science.

One of the items the LaGrange County BZA is told when a dog breeding operation variance request comes before them is if the petitioner has joined ICAW (Indiana Council on Animal Welfare).

At the 2017 Indiana Sheriff's Association Annual Conference held this summer in Muncie, Ind., both Cpl. Cliff Hibbs and Deputy Zach Anderson were recognized for their lifesaving efforts.

On Saturday, Sept. 16, the LaGrange de Lafayette Chapter NSDAR will be holding a ceremony to honor and remember WWI veterans from LaGrange County.

“This is a tremendous gift,” said LaGrange County Sheriff Jeff Campos.