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The January unemployment rate for LaGrange County rose for January, up to 3.5 percent from 2.9 percent in December. A year ago, the rate was 3.8 for the county.

Amish schools are eligible to apply for a library card through the LaGrange County Public Library.

On March 10, deputies with the LaGrange County Sheriff's Department were sent to the 6000N block of CR 1150W for a traffic accident with people leaving the scene.

A deputy from the LaGrange County Sheriff's Department stopped a passenger car around 3:56 a.m. on March 12 on SR 9 near CR 600N for a traffic violation.

 LaGrange County Planning and Zoning Administrator Bob Shanahan spoke to the Shipshewana Town Council Thursday evening to discuss the rezoned parcel on the northwest side of town.

The Prairie Heights High School is raising money to attend the International Theater Convention in Lincoln, Nebraska. Ten students from the school are hoping to make it to the convention.

The 40th Annual Art Fair of the Mu Chapter of Tri Kappa Sorority is on display at Parkview LaGrange Hospital throughout the month of March.

Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill advises Hoosiers to beware of scams via social media through direct or private messages, most commonly on Facebook.

Lakeland High School released its 2nd Trimester Honor Roll.

12th Grade High Honor Roll:

Veteran Westview boys basketball coach Rob Yoder has often said that strange things happen in the sectional.

Bids for two different road projects were received at the Monday morning LaGrange County Commissioners meeting.

Lakeland High School has selected the top three projects to represent LHS at the Launch LaGrange County Competition March 23 at the Farmstead Inn in Shipshewana.

The LaGrange community is invited to the Purdue Extension Board’s annual meeting and dinner on Tuesday, March 21, at Woodruff Grove United Methodist Church in rural Wolcottville.