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The members of the LaGrange County Dog Club recently had their graduation, marking the end of the year of practice.

A welding shop that has vexed the county with its operations at CR 850W and US 20 was approved Monday evening to build a new location on land located further west on US 20.

Looking down the road to the need for a new water tower, the Town of Topeka approved new water rates that will replace the previous “hydrant rental” rates.

Winners in the various categories at the Shipshewana Quilt Show have been announced.

Two people were injured when two vehicles collided on SR 120 near north CR 800E Monday.

The Woodruff Grove United Methodist Church’s current pastor, Phred Cain, will be retiring soon. His last Sunday to present the message is June 30.

Lakeland FFA attended the 84th Indiana FFA State Convention this past week at Purdue University Campus in West Lafayette, Ind.

Air Force Association Medal of Merit awarded to Howe School teacher

The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department was contacted on June 23 regarding damage to a farm field.

On June 22, the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department received a report about a man who reportedly exposed himself to several Amish females.

    On June 28th-30th, 2013, the Indiana Fiddler’s Gathering will take place at the Tippecanoe Battlefield Park in Battle Ground, Ind.

Indiana Senate President Pro Tem David Long of Ft. Wayne has appointed State Senator Sue Glick of LaGrange as chair of the Child Custody and Support Advisory Committee for 2013.

“I don’t want our board to be a hold-up on anything that involves economic development,” said Ron Kantorak, chairman of the LaGrange County Utility District.