Forty volunteers and one day...a winning combination when building a home for LaGrange County Habitat for Humanity’s 25th partner family.
On April 22, the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department received a call from Robert Bond regarding a burglary.
LaGrangeCountysaw its unemployment rate drop by half a percent in March, as 188 residents were added to the “employed” list.
Miller’s Super Valu has announced the purchase of two stores in Ohio at the end of March.
On April 13, Prairie Heights Middle School students, parents, and staff celebrated the 6th Student of the Month convocation of the year.
Boy Scout Troop #792 held its Court of Honor on April 16 at Scout Hall. Rank advancements and merit badges that the boys have earned were handed out.
Shirley K. Helmuth reported a theft of her yard ornament, a 4 ½ foot white and blue lighthouse, April 18.
The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department was contacted April 10regarding a burglary in the seven hundred block of 140 E. A window screen and window seal were stolen.
Appointments are now being made for Prairie Heights Community Schools for Kindergarten Registration.
Several businesses are expanding or rebuilding in LaGrange County, and received site plan approval Tuesday evening from the LaGrange County Plan Commission.