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The LaGrange County Council on Aging (COA) held a public hearing during Monday’s commissioners meeting as it seeks a $500,000 grant to help improve the senior center.

The Topeka Post Office will be hosting a special passport fair from 8:30-10:30 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 11, at 129 E. Lake St. in Topeka.

The Shipshewana Town Council is expected to have a first reading on a new draft of its contentious Carriage for Hire Ordinance at their Thursday evening meeting.

The Lakeland School Board adopted a calendar for the next school year that will see students out of school prior to Memorial Day.

The next time you eat a piece of chocolate you may not have to feel overly guilty about it. 

The LaGrange County Commissioners created a Technical Review Committee to oversee the upcoming construction of a justice building.

A snowplow that had been reported stolen was recovered at a residence on CR 1100E.

A LaGrange man was arrested after a report about a battered juvenile.

Syrup Season Helpers…

Volunteers are valuable during maple syrup season. We need sappers, Nature Center hosts, and table helpers.

“Necessity is the mother of all inventions.” – English proverb

The Glen Oaks Community College (GOCC) Foundation is accepting scholarship applications from new and returning Glen Oaks students for the 2017-2018 academic year.

PrairieHeights Middle School has released itshonor rollfor the first quarter of the2016-2017 school year.

All A’s

Interra Credit Union, its staff and members donated more than $30,000 to a variety of agencies across a six-county area during the 23rd Annual Hometown Giving holiday service project.

At their meeting Thursday evening, the Shipshewana Town Council approved the final closing documents to complete the sale of the Shipshewana Event Center.