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The Big Give III will be held from 9 a.m. until noon on Saturday, Nov. 16, at the Shipshewana Event Center.

The Department of Natural Resources is planning a management deer hunt at Olin Lake Nature Preserve in LaGrange County. Olin Lake is located about six miles south of the LaGrange.

LaGrange County Commissioners are looking for some volunteers to fill seats on various boards. Applications are available at the office of County Auditor Kay Myers.

At Monday’s meeting, county commissioners pledged $1,200 of Riverboat Gambling funds to the Veterans Headstone project, headed up by Jean Fremion-McKibben.

Chief Deputy Jeff Campos was approved to attend a class in Orlando, Fla., Jan. 5-11 next year. The training is instruction on how to operate and analyze a voice stress machine.

A Shipshewana couple was injured Thursday evening when an LP tank for a stove exploded.

A Brush with Kindness (ABWK), part of the Neighborhood Renewal Initiative of LaGrange County Habitat for Humanity (LCHFH), completed its sixth project in mid-October.

A two-vehicle accident on November 1 injured one person. One of the drivers was arrested at the scene, while the other has charges pending.

    A woman contacted the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department on October 31 regarding a battery.

Following a decision at last week’s LaGrange County Plan Commission meeting, it was announced that both the plan commission and the LaGrange County BZA will not meet in December.

Landowners who to want preserve their agricultural land and prevent future development can consider granting a conservation easement.

Freeman Miller of Rainbow Lake contacted the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department on October 31 to report a theft.