The following people were named winners for the 2015 LaGrange County Corn School.
The LaGrange County Sheriff's Department was contacted around 2:55 a.m. on October 11 for a report of a possible stabbing.
Lakeland FFA member Hunter Sams has been selected as a national finalist for the National FFA Proficiency Award in Equine Science-Placement.
During the Howe Indian Summer Days the LaGrange County 4-H Dog Club had a benefit for Ark Animal Sanctuary, collecting dog and cat food for the sanctuary.
Two persons were appointed to the LaGrange County Plan Commission at Monday’s meeting.
Tyler Young was appointed to replace Lester Bond, who had resigned last month.
The LaGrange County Superior Courtroom will be remodeled over the holidays. Superior Court Judge Lisa Bowen-Slaven requested the makeover at Monday’s county commissioners meeting.
When asked if he was surprised to be named the 2015 LaGrange County Citizen of the Year, John “Bud” Hopper replied “You ain’t a kidding!”
The Lagrange County Health Department will be holding an evening, walk-in, flu clinic for children and adults.
The Town of LaGrange has received a $60,816 grant for the two-year period of September 2015 to September 2017. The grant is to be used for promotion of the LaGrange Farmers Market.
On October 2, a deputy from the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department stopped a Hyundai passenger car on CR 1150W north of CR 750N for speeding.
There is a chill in the air. A few leaves are beginning to change color. It’s time for the LaGrange County Corn School.
Wednesday afternoon at Prairie Heights Middle School, the band “Attaboy” performed and interacted with students and discussed treating people right and making good decisions.
The Shipshewana Town Board passed a resolution at its September 24 meeting in support of a county ordinance that would require the use of animal waste collectors on large animals.