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The LaGrange County REMC Board of Directors will be accepting applications from non-profit service organizations for environmentally friendly projects that will benefit LaGrange County.

The LaGrange County REMC Board of Directors will be accepting applications from non-profit service organizations for environmentally friendly projects that will benefit LaGrange County.

Many fun, educational activities for all ages happen at the LaGrange County Public Library and its branches each month. The following is a list of the events happening in February.

Lakeland School Corporation is looking to updates its software system used in the district’s cafeterias.

Members of the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Merit Board met Wednesday evening to seat new members, reorganize and elect officers.

The former Starcraft property southwest of the center of Topeka is available. And companies want it.

In early November, Westview Elementary 5th and 6th graders were given the opportunity to take a 50-question written qualifying test for the National Geographic National Geography Bee.

Members of the LaGrange County Council met Monday morning and appointed Kurt Bachman as county attorney for 2015. They also divided up committee responsibilities for 2015.

The LaGrange County Sheriff's Department reported that one person was injured in an accident January 9 on SR 3 near South Milford.

The 2015 Indiana General Assembly gaveled into session Jan. 6, with passage of a two-year budget as its priority.

Newly elected Prairie Heights School Board members Bill McClanahan and Kirk Perkins were sworn into office at the school board meeting Tuesday night.

LaGrange County community members will unite at a rally to officially launch the 2015 Relay For Life season at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 17, at the LaGrange County Public Library.

A detailed study of tourism in LaGrange County for 2013 has shown that one of the county’s primary industries is on the rebound.