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Tax rates for real estate and personal property have been certified to the LaGrange County Auditor by the Indiana Department of Local Government Finance (DLGF).

 

The annual Midwest Women in Agriculture Conference should help attendees develop new ideas and perspectives on agriculture to take home to their communities.

 

 

On Feb. 10, Prairie Heights Middle School students, parents, and staff celebrated the fourth student of the month convocation of the 2011-2012 year.  

 

All three LaGrange County public school districts were at or above the state’s average graduation rate, but all three are eager to continue to see those numbers rise.

 

Former Howe resident Nathan Lumbard, 29, was sentenced last week to four years in federal prison.

 

 

Races for several county offices will be contested in the May primary to decide who will run in the fall General Election.

 

 

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is again offering competitive engineering scholarships valued at $3,125 per semester for up to five years.

 

 

LaGrange County REMC was the recent recipient of an AED (automated external defibrillator) that will be carried on one of its trucks.

 

State Sen. Sue Glick (R-LaGrange) welcomed Danielle and Austin Barr of Caroline Monroe High School as Senate pages in January.

 

On Feb. 3, the Shipshewana Police Department hired Derek L. Baldridge to fill a recently vacated full-time deputy position.

 

Madeleine Sherman, a sixth grader at Lakeland Middle School, was recently accepted into the People to People Student Ambassador program set to go to Australia on July 14.

 

The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department released its activity report for January 2012. January, 2011 figures are in parentheses.