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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.

The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department was contacted by Otto Coal Yard and Stove regarding a theft.

Farmers interested in planting cover crops to improve soil health now have an updated and expanded resource in the second edition of the Midwest Cover Crops Field Guide.

The LaGrange County Community Foundation second grant cycle application deadline is Friday, October 3, at 4:00 p.m.

Dear friends,

A great way to get to know the LaGrange County Public Library is by becoming a member of Friends of the Library.

A federal judge adjourned Thursday’s hearing on the fairness of a $1 million class-action lawsuit to allow for publication to those involved in the suit.

The 2012 drought and other circumstances have knocked some of Indiana’s state champion trees out of contention for the 2015 Big Tree Register.

A Howe women was injured when a loose horse on SR 9 north of Wolcottville collided with her vehicle Friday.

A wage study commissioned by the LaGrange County Council has come back to the county. Details were released at the Friday budget session of the group.

The temperature is falling. The evenings are crisp and a few leaves are even changing color. It must be time for Corn School.