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The LaGrange County Regional Utility District is set for 2014 after passing a budget for the upcoming year at last Thursday’s meeting.

The LaGrange Police Department conducted a drug investigation on December 20 and applied for a search warrant for a residence in the 200 block of East Spring Street in LaGrange.

JANUARY

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Keep holiday poinsettias and other plants near a bright window. Water as top of soil becomes dry.

The Prairie Heights School Board approved the recommended calendar for the 2014-2015 school year at Monday’s meeting.

The Prairie Heights School Board heard a report on potential upcoming building projects through 2018 that will focus on roofs and air handling systems.

State Sen. Sue Glick (R-LaGrange) invites students in grades 6-12 to serve as Senate pages during the Indiana General Assembly’s 2014 legislative session.

Donetta Held knows how strange the world of methamphetamine is.

 Nathan Lumbard, formerly of LaGrange County, is scheduled for a sentencing hearing on December 23 in St. Joseph County, Mich.

As new windows are being fitted into the LaGrange County Courthouse this week, the county commissioners approved a request to continue to improve the overall aesthetics of the courthouse.

The calendar for the 2014-2015 school year is set for Westview schools after final approval was given at Thursday’s board meeting.

In order to be in line with state law, the Westview School District is looking at its non-resident student policy, the school board was told Thursday evening.

On December 13, officers from the LaGrange Police Department were dispatched to the 200 block of Mountain Street in LaGrange regarding suspicious activity.

The Topeka Town Council approved a three year contract with Borden’s Waste Away after the company submitted the lowest bid.