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Shortly after 8 p.m. on February 28, the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department received a call regarding a suspicious vehicle sitting at the intersection of CR 525S and CR 450E.

All LaGrange County offices are closed March 25, Good Friday.

Maple Wood Nature Center has no interpretive services March 27.

The LaGrange County Plan Commission gave a positive recommendation for a rezone request from the Shipshewana Auction for a parcel located at 460 E. Farver St. (CR 200N).

The Lakeland High School Vocal Motion Show Choir will host their annual Dinner Theater on Sunday, March 13, with meals at 4:15 and 6:30 p.m.

Lakeland High School students from the Vocal Motion Show Choir are inviting 3rd through 8th grade students to attend a Show Choir Camp, Saturday, March 12, 2 to 5 p.m.

Congressman Marlin Stutzman enjoys a commanding double digit lead in the Republican primary for Indiana’s open U.S. Senate seat, according to a poll released by Gun Owners of America.

U.S. Rep. Todd Young will remain on the ballot in what's set to be a heated battle for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate, the Indiana Election Commission decided on Friday.

A LaGrange man who threatened and attacked a Howe woman in October 2014 was sentenced to 20 years in a plea agreement Monday.

Jason Saam, 37, of Van Wert, Ohio, was sentenced Monday to 1½ years in jail for stealing an antique gun and six cannonballs from the South Milford World War I monument.

It’s well-known fact that SR 5 can be nearly impassable with traffic attempting to get in and out of the Shipshewana Flea Market.

The Town of LaGrange is seeking a new full-time deputy marshal after the council accepted the resignation of Lee Evans Tuesday evening.

On February 13, the LaGrange County Sheriff's Department received a report around 9 p.m. of a hit and run crash at 200W and 625S.

A deputy from the LaGrange County Sheriff's Department stopped a vehicle on US 20 near CR 450W around 3:46 a.m. on February 16.

The Shipshewana Town Council approved the purchase of a new vehicle for the police department, going with a four-wheel-drive truck to replace the department’s older Chevrolet Tahoe.