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The Shipshewana Police Department has received an increasing number of reports of attempted fraud and scams via telephone and internet.

The towns of LaGrange and Shipshewana are both eyeing some land for potential annexation, though one is likely to happen well before the other.

Lakeland’s school board approved increasing the hours of the school’s athletic trainer, Mark Schermerhorn, after receiving a grant from Parkview Hospital.

Valentine's Day isn't just a holiday to share with someone you love. Sometimes, it is simply about caring for someone...even someone you have never met.

Prairie Heights Elementary School has released its academic pride lists for the second quarter of the 2014-2015 school year. A * denotes superior academic pride.

The LaGrange County Soil & Water Conservation District will hold its annual public meeting on Thursday, March 5.

Throughout this session, noteworthy education legislation is being discussed by the Indiana General Assembly. Below are three bills that were considered by the Senate this week:

The LaGrange Town Council is considering annexation of outlying areas of the Town. An informational meeting is planned for Tuesday, February 17 at 7 p.m. at the Town Hall.

Parks Superintendent Mike Metz was granted permission to upgrade the security systems on four county parks facilities at a Monday meeting of county commissioners.

Tom Marks officially resigned as director of the LaGrange County Building Department at Monday’s county commissioners meeting. The resignation will be effective March 31.

LaGrange County Commissioners appointed three people to county boards at Monday morning’s meeting.