Prairie Heights Middle School has released its second quarter honor roll for the 2014-2015 school year. A * denotes all A’s.
One person was injured in a two-vehicle accident on January 28.
An argument between two men led to a drug arrest on January 27.
On January 19, the LaGrange County Sheriff's Department was contacted by Joe Stutzman of CR 1150W in Middlebury to report a hit and run crash.
by Maureen Hayden, CNHI Statehouse Bureau Chief
Shuffle on down to downtown LaGrange this Saturday to try out a variety of tasty chili.
The annual Chili Shuffle takes place from 3 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 31.
Since the first of the year, the LaGrange County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) has been searching for a new president/CEO as Keith Gillenwater left at the end of the year.
The main subject of discussion at the Prairie Heights School Board meeting on January 19 was the possible configuration of the calendar for the upcoming school year.
Emergency personnel were dispatched shortly after 2 p.m. Saturday to a residence in the Millersburg area for a subject who had been pinned under his vehicle.
The LaGrange County Sheriff's Department was contacted on January 23 by Cassandra Noble, who reported that she had received a fraudulent check from a business opportunity.
On January 19, the LaGrange County Sheriff's Department was contacted by the owners of a residence in the 2000 block of CR 1150W to investigate gunshots.
Middle school teacher Amy Whited and her art classes created the Christmas cards seen on the Court House lawn.
The youngest generation's favorite Sesame Street character is having a birthday, and the LaGrange County Public Library is celebrating.
LaGrange County department heads and employees discussed options for proceeding with building plans for a new county office building at a department head meeting Tuesday morning.
The Purdue University Cooperative Extension Board in LaGrange County is seeking candidates to serve as board members beginning in March.
Eighteen-year-old Jordan Stoltzfus has been flying for a month. But he’s been wanting to fly for as long as he can remember.
U.S. Congressman Marlin Stutzman issued the following statement after President Obama’s State of the Union Address.