Share |

Articles in "News"

 Nutrition changes for the 2014-2015 school year were discussed at the Prairie Heights School Board meeting Monday night.

A Purdue Extension agricultural economist has published two articles that include analysis of what the 2014 farm bill could mean for farmers and agriculture in the Midwest.

Third grade students Cali Godlewski and Savanna Hoover of Lima-Brighton Elementary School approached Principal Marty Burns recently with an idea.

A semi rig loaded with wine went through a guardrail on the Indiana Toll Road in LaGrange County Saturday and landed in a river below, Indiana State Police reported.

Paige Bontrager of Shipshewana was honored in a traditional nursing pinning ceremony May 16 at Huntington University.

Officers from the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department responded to a motorcycle accident at CR 1100E and CR 800S May 17.

The unemployment percentage in LaGrange County continues to drop, falling below 5 percent in April, down 0.7 percent from March.

U.S. Congressman Marlin Stutzman issued the following statement, calling for increased accountability within the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Vine & Branch Inc. of Carmel Indiana recently awarded the 2014 Excellence in Urban Forestry Award to Amanda Wenger from Shipshewana recently.

Members of the LaGrange County Redevelopment Commission (RDC) were handed a draft study of the SR 9 corridor Friday that is being completed by engineering firm DLZ.

Due to changes in the Town of Shipshewana’s wastewater billing rates and other factors, Shipshewana West Sewer District rates will be seeing a two-step increase this year.

after midnight on May 14, officers from the LaGrange Police Department were dispatched to the Budget Motel in LaGrange regarding a man threatening another man with a knife.

The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a theft case involving fraudulent use of a bank account.

The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department was contacted by a Shipshewana resident regarding a hit-and-run involving a go-cart.

With school finally adjourning for the summer next month, affordable instruction in a lifelong game will be