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The first ever color run is coming to LaGrange County to benefit the LaGrange County 4-H organization.

 It’s the PH P.D. as the Prairie Heights School Board voted Monday to create a police department for the school corporation.

The Prairie Heights School Board approved $2 million in renovations and improvements for the high school.

The LaGrange County Board of Zoning Appeals had a full slate Tuesday evening with eight variance requests.

U.S. Congressman Marlin Stutzman will host a Service Academy Day on Saturday, April 19, in Ft. Wayne, Ind.

At approximately midnight on March 18, a U-Haul truck was stopped for a traffic infraction on US 20 in the vicinity of CR 200E.

Big Brother is looking into LaGrange County in a big way. This time by “helping us” determine what is a family.

LaGrange County Clerk BonnieBrown hasannouncedthedeadlinesfornewvoter registration,changestoanexistingregistration,andabsenteevotingforthePrimaryElection tobeheldonTuesday,May6,2014.

    Ruth Roline Hout, 90, Shipshewana, died Sunday, March 16, 2014 at IU Health Goshen Hospital.

LaGrange County’s unemployment rate has dropped nearly 2.5 percent in the past year.

In January 2013, the rate was at 7.7 percent, the best it had been in a while.

The Shipshewana Police Department submitted a request for a new car with all-wheel drive at Thursday’s council meeting.

The Town of Shipshewana thought it had an agreement worked out with the three townships that its fire department services.

On March 15, officers from the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department went to a residence on CR 250N to execute three arrest warrants.