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Eldon Christner and Roger Penrose of Mishler Packing Company recently attended the annual convention of the Indiana Meat Packers and Processors Association, held in West Lafayette, Ind.

It was one of two three-way battles in last week’s primary election, giving county voters a hard choice to make as to who they wanted to see as the next LaGrange County Sheriff.

    LaGrange County Sheriff Terry Martin has released the activity report for April 2014.

The Shipshewana Town Council is reviewing options for improvements to North Street as work on the Morton Street extension continues.

A Terre Haute man has been arrested and accused of organizing game hunts without the consent of property owners.

A Sunday crash near Middlebury resulted in a trip to the hospital for a LaGrange woman.

May closing...

Maple Wood Nature Center and Interpretive Services are closed for Memorial Day, May 24-26

The Prairie Heights FFA chapter held its annual banquet and awards ceremony Monday evening.

By percentage of votes, it was one of the closer races of Tuesday’s primary election.

With the end of his second term in sight, LaGrange County Sheriff Terry Martin is looking forward to a new role in county government.

LaGrange County voters had a reason to get out and make their votes count Tuesday and did so, with over 25 percent of registered voters turning out for the May 6 Primary.

Five LaGrange County incumbents faced challengers in Tuesday’s May Primary election, and only one came out on top.