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The Helmsmen Quartet will perform at 10:15 a.m. on Sunday, Aug. 10, at Shipshewana United Methodist Church.       

The LaGrange County Lakes Council received the Outstanding Group of the Year Award at the 2014 Indiana Lakes Management Society’s annual conference, held recently in Bloomington.

According to reports, a juvenile alligator roughly three feet long is missing from a Shipshewana animal park.

Lori Graddy, 52, of LaGrange was injured after she lost control of her motorcycle on loose gravel shortly before 10 p.m. Friday on CR 395N.

A Topeka teen was injured in a single car crash near northwest Topeka teenager Friday afternoon.

An early Monday morning incident at a Howe hotel led to the arrest of a Michigan woman.

Officers from the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department were dispatched to a report of an active domestic violence incident in the 500 block of CR 980E shortly before 2 a.m. Sunday.

A rifle and several other items were stolen during a break-in at a resident on CR 100E north of LaGrange Tuesday.

During the State FFA Convention at Purdue University in June, Rebekah Frey gave her last official speech as the State Northern Region Vice President.

The Veterans’ Headstone Project continues to ensure that LaGrange County veterans’ gravesites are not forgotten.

Leinoa Tuttle Whitaker, 44, rural LaGrange, died Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at her residence.

A remarkable natural phenomenon is occurring right now within the Ontario Town Park. One of the native, solitary wasps is mass nesting.

The LaGrange County Council on Aging (COA) recently received a grant from the LaGrange County Community Foundation (LCCF) Caring Community for a power door.

The LaGrange County Public Library now has a new way for patrons to find out what's happening at the library.

The LaGrange Adult Education classroom has moved to the LaGrange County Public Library, 203 W. Spring Street in LaGrange. Classes are taking place right now at that location.