The first changes in Indiana’s waterfowl hunting zones in more than 25 years will be in effect for the start of the regular waterfowl seasons this fall.
On Aug. 12, the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department received a call regarding a burglary at a residence on CR 500N.
The Shipshewana West sewer project continues to move along as questions continue to be raised by residents who seek to have the project stopped.
How many industrial buildings are sitting empty in LaGrange County? Six? Ten? More than a dozen?
The LaGrange County Republican party has withdrawn its candidate for county coroner from the November ballot.
Sometime during the early morning hours on Aug. 8, an unknown person or persons took a 2007 Honda four-wheeler ATV from a residence on SR 120 in Shipshewana.
Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Stroh will celebrate the 35th anniversary of its founding beginning at 9 a.m. on Sunday, Aug. 19.
Indiana’s revenues continue to show improvements, as the fiscal year (FY) 2012 revenues exceeding the latest forecast by approximately $50 million.
Commissioners opened bids from four vendors Monday morning addressed to the issue of tax generating software for the county auditor, treasurer and assessor.
Low-income families looking for relief from the intense summer heat can still turn to CANI (Community Action of Northeast Indiana) for cooling assistance.
A fatal crash involving a vehicle and a bicyclist Thursday morning ended in the arrest of a Kendallville man, charged with leaving the scene of a fatal accident.
A late Friday crash near Middlebury injured five people, including one from Shipshewana.