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Unemployment in LaGrange County dropped to below 3 percent in March, giving the county the lowest unemployment in the state, tied with Elkhart and Dubois counties at 2.8 percent.

Some county roads will be closed for bridge work this summer. Included are CR 700S near the junction of 200W and CR 300N west of Mongo.

Shipshewana was the first of several area government agencies to approve an ordinance that will allow the town to regulate small cellphone towers throughout the town.

One person was airlifted to Parkview Hospital in Ft. Wayne after a three-vehicle accident April 27 on SR 9 near CR 450N.

On April 28, a deputy from the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department responded to the area of 300W 300S for a criminal mischief complaint.

The LaGrange County 4-H program is still looking for youth in grades in 1-12 who are interested in having fun and learning at the same time. Indiana 4-H enrollment will close on May 15.

The Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR) recently awarded Lake and River Enhancement (LARE) grants to counties across Indiana, State Sen. Sue Glick (R-LaGrange) announced.

The LaGrange County Regional Utility District will begin its water system extension project to serve the Howe Travel Plaza on the Indiana Toll Road this Friday, April 28.

More than 50 businesses, employment agencies and service organizations will be on hand for the fourth annual Veterans 1st Hiring Event May 4 at the IPFW International Ballroom.

For 50 years, the stages at Westview High School have been telling stories for the enjoyment of our community.