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Greg Kenner, an independent candidate for prosecuting attorney of LaGrange County, announced his choice for chief deputy prosecutor at a meeting last week in Shipshewana.

The LaGrange County Community Foundation (LCCF) Board of Directors has declared October to be LaGrange Ministerial Association Month.

In the early morning hours of Sunday, October 5, a LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department Deputy conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for speed and unsafe lane movement.

U.S. Congressman Marlin Stutzman issued a statement following the release of September’s job numbers.

The Shipshewana Branch of the LaGrange County Public Library is making plans to help out homeschool families.

Officers served search warrants for evidence of theft and forgery in Noble and LaGrange counties on September 26, including at a residence on Booth Street in Wolcottville.

The Scott United Methodist Church of Shipshewana, Indiana, will celebrate 180 years of ministry in the area on Sunday, October 5, 2014 in the 9:00 am worship hour. 

The Indiana Department of Child Services (DCS) recently launched an online informational training course available to the public, which focuses on preventing and reporting child abuse.

An 80-year-old Emma man was killed when his bicycle was hit by a vehicle Monday evening just after 8 p.m.

The LaGrange County Sheriff's Department went shopping earlier this week, returning with 30 child car safety seats for different ages.