The LaGrange County Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) held their August hearings Tuesday evening. The following requests were approved:
A year ago, the two families had just met.
The Westview School Board approved a recommendation to allow area emergency response personnel to use the high school’s fitness center.
Aleka Ernsberger, an incoming freshman at Westview High School, recently made her way down to Houston, Texas to compete in the AAU Junior Olympics, where she placed 8th in the 800m run.
The Shipshewana Town Council opened two bids for street improvements at their Thursday evening meeting.
Two people were taken to jail on separate charges after a domestic incident in Wolcottville.
Shortly after 3 a.m. on August 10, an officer from the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department stopped a passenger car on US 20 at CR 400W for a headlight violation.
The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department was contacted shortly after midnight on August 13 regarding a domestic disturbance at Pioneer Trailer Park on SR 9 between Howe and LaGrange.
A Bloomington man was found guilty this week of the murder of Hannah Wilson, an Indiana University student, in April of last year.
Timothy E. Mullins Jr., 37, of LaGrange was sentenced August 8 to 10 years in prison, with two years suspended, on one count of incest.
LaGrange County Habitat for Humanity (LCHFH) held its annual auction last Friday, raising over $55,000.
With the 2016-2017 school year starting next week, the Lakeland School Board approved several teacher and staff positions Monday evening.
Parents from local schools have a new tool in their back-to-school bag of tricks this year, as all of their school supply lists are now posted on TeacherLists.com.
Beginning October 1, 2016 Shipshewana Trading Place will expand the event offerings and venue by changing the use of the building that currently houses the Shipshewana Antique Mall.
Director Mont Arnold received a check for $10,000 from Wells-Fargo Bank to be used in LaGrange County Habitat for Humanity’s next home building project.