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On Sunday, April 20, Merle and Nancy Tooker contacted the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department to report stolen items

Friday evening just after 8:00 p.m., LaGrange County 911 Dispatchers received a call of a rollover accident in the area of the Super 8 Hotel in Howe on SR 9.

Overnight Friday into early Saturday, LaGrange County Dispatchers received complaints of loud noise coming from a large party located at 10610 W 750 N.

The LaGrange County Economic Development Corporation (LCEDC) has announced the release of five new case studies profiling businesses in LaGrange County.

LaGrange County students continue to graduate from high school at around 90 percent overall, according to numbers released by the Indiana State Department of Education Wednesday.

A statewide initiative has counties looking at alternatives to juvenile issues other than detention and LaGrange County has hired on a coordinator for the initiative.

The LaGrange County Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) approved a developmental standard variance request from Young Family Farms for a 2,000-head hog barn to be built at 4700E 300S in LaGrange.

LaGrange County REMC is recognizing April 18 as National Lineman Appreciation Day to honor the hardworking men who work often in challenging conditions to keep the power on.

An additional 108.56 acres of land was added to Pine Knob Park in Howe when county council members moved to buy the property at Monday’s county council meeting.

LaGrange County Auditor Kay Myers told county council members Monday that the coroner is almost out of funds for the year. “And this is only April,” she said.

   The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department was contacted by a LaGrange area car dealership on April 14 regarding a theft.

Christy Shaffer, 35, of Topeka was sentenced to six years in the Indiana Department of Corrections for violating her probation from a case involving the death of a toddler in 2011.

The Town of Shipshewana is looking at new sewer user rates and will hold a public meeting beginning at 6 p.m. on Thursday, May 22, as part of the regular town council meeting.

The driver of a pickup truck that ended up in a Shipshewana gas station last week blacked out, according to the Shipshewana Police Department report.