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The LaGrange County Sheriff's Department welcomed two new deputies recently, Chris VanGompel and Chris Smith.

The Indiana Department of Transportation announces that the removal and installation of raised pavement markers is scheduled to begin on SR 5 and SR 120 next week, weather permitting.

Howe resident and current District 3 U.S. Representative Marlin Stutzman lost in his attempt to be the Republican nominee for U.S. Senator for Indiana.

LaGrange County native Shelli Yoder won the Democratic nomination for the U.S. House of Representatives District 9 in Bloomington.

The race for the LaGrange County Treasurer’s position was the closest one in Tuesday’s Primary Election, with the candidates separated by 5 percent.

The LaGrange County Commissioners and the LaGrange County Council will each be getting a new member next year.

If you need a risky, complicated surgery, would you go to a hospital or surgeon who had performed the procedure only a time or two before?

LaGrange County Commissioners approved two requests to rezone land at the Monday meeting. Both of the requests will further economic development in LaGrange County.

The Shipshewana Town Council approved earmarking the funds from the sale of the police department’s Tahoe to go toward two portable speed signs.

Closings…

All LaGrange County offices are closed Monday, May 30, in observance of Memorial Day.

The LaGrange County 4-H Junior Leaders invite community participants of all ages to participate in a color fun run on May 21 at Lakeland Middle School.

A Shipshewana manufacturer announced plans to expand their operations last Friday.

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announced that SR 9 resurfacing, through the Town of LaGrange, was scheduled start Monday, May 2, weather permitting.

    Shortly before 2 a.m. on April 29, an officer from the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department made a traffic stop on an SUV for speeding on CR 475E near CR 700N.