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Lakeland High School recently honored its graduating seniors, as well as announcing students who received scholarships.

Lakeland students and their awards were:

The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department was contacted on May 28 regarding a stolen boat.

The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department was contacted on May 31 regarding a theft.

The National Weather Service (NWS) Northern Indiana Office is looking for someone to take over the weather observing duties for the LaGrange COOP weather observing site.

50 Years Ago in the Standard

June 2, 1966

 

Finn, a German Shepherd/Husky mix and three times rescued dog, now has his “fur-ever” home.

Swimming lesson and summer recreation registration…

Summer day camps are now accepting registrations.

The Shipshewana Area Historical Society (SAHS) has plans for several activities this year to celebrate the state’s bicentennial.

The proposed Michiana Event Center (MEC) site on the south side of Shipshewana is closer to being part of the town itself.

A three-vehicle accident on May 29 injured three people.

Three OWI arrests were made over the weekend.

Samuel Miller of LaGrange was among the students who contributed to “Tales from Mythology Spring 2016,” an eBook published by the ENG 233 Mythology class at Trine University.

Sheriff Jeff Campos announced last week that new security procedures at the LaGrange County Courthouse will be implemented beginning at 8:00 a.m. on Monday June 6.

Westview Jr.-Sr. High School and Meadowview Elementary were the only two schools in the county named to the state’s 2014-2015 Four Star School list earlier this week.