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A Middlebury man was injured on September 28 after losing control of the dirt bike he was riding.

A Middlebury man was injured on September 28 after losing control of the dirt bike he was riding.

Two people were injured after a vehicle failed to yield to traffic while turning shortly before 5 a.m. on September 28.

Five design/build construction firms have answered the call for requests for qualifications (RFQ) placed by LaGrange County for a new criminal justice building.

With winter only a few months away, Agape Missions of LaGrange County received a boost from the LaGrange County Community Foundation’s (LCCF) Community Impact Grant program.

LaGrange County Commissioners will meet at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 2, in the county office building on Michigan Street in LaGrange.

A Ft. Wayne man was injured after rolling his vehicle on September 23.

An officer from the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department found methamphetamine in a vehicle after a traffic stop September 23.

A Sturgis, Mich., man was arrested for not having a driver’s license after a traffic stop on September 25.

It’s been two weeks and the smell of smoke is still clinging to the inside of Lewis and Lambright’s offices in LaGrange.

Shipshewana Flea Market is heading “Across the Road” and opening a new indoor market for the fall/winter season.

A rezone request heard at Monday’s LaGrange County Plan Commission meeting was forwarded to the county commissioners with a negative recommendation.

The LaGrange County Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) met on September 19 and approved several requests.

Under developmental standards, the board approved the following:

Even though the face of downtown LaGrange looks different following a devastating fire, one familiar sight is set to return as Corn School starts on Tuesday, Oct. 3.

Topeka Pharmacy was recently presented with a plaque, gift basket and surprise lunch from representatives of Good Neighbor Pharmacy (GNP).

Recently, 19 communities in and around Senate District 13 received over $7.86 million in local road-funding grants, according to State Sen. Sue Glick (R-LaGrange).