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At approximately 11:50 p.m. on October 27, a deputy from the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department stopped a 2005 Chevrolet Impala in the 9000W block of CR 750N.

The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department was called at approximately 2:30 p.m. on October 26 regarding a burglary at a residence in the 5000W block of CR 750N.

A domestic dispute call lead to the arrest of a habitual traffic violator.

A domestic dispute call lead to the arrest of a habitual traffic violator.

A disturbance call resulted in an arrest for driving while suspended.

50 Years Ago

in the Standard

October 27, 1966

Stroh Fire Chief Tyler Terry is back home and recuperating after suffering first and second-degree burns to his hands, arms and face while fighting a fire early Tuesday morning.

The new LaGrange Fire Department chief, David Elick, brings 36 years of experience to the position, having served with multiple departments throughout his life.

The unemployment rate for LaGrange County dropped to 3.3 percent in September, down from 3.7 in August, according to numbers released from Indiana Workforce Development this week.

The LaGrange County Public Library is making it possible for folks to donate food and have their fines forgiven.

A crash involving a car and a large horse sent the car’s driver to the hospital early Tuesday morning.

Officers from the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department and LaGrange Police Department assisted the Sturgis Police Department with a vehicle pursuit.

Two people were arrested after illegal drugs were found inside the vehicle they were in.

In the end, the most cost-effective way to provide sewer service to the Indiana Toll Road Service Plaza may be to build a new treatment plant.

LaGrange County Sheriff Jeff Campos presented an interesting and informative program at the AARP Chapter #3829 meeting held on Friday, October 7 at the LaGrange Council On Aging.