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The deadline for hunters to apply for this year’s state park deer reduction hunts is Sunday, Aug. 25.

The Lakeland School Board approved several teacher positions at Monday’s meeting, just over a week before classes are due to start in the district.

    New teachers at Lakeland School Corporation have been preparing for a successful first year of teaching in the new teacher academy.

The Wolcottville Police Department reported that around 11:50 p.m. on August 12 they observed a suspicious vehicle in the area of 100 E. Orange St.

The Marion Mennonite Church "Jam Session" brought about a strong sense of community among its members and established a strong presence in the community it serves.

Annual chamber golf classic September 13

The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department was contacted by Reuben Bontrager of CR 250N on Aug. 13 regarding a theft.

Recovering pastures and reduced feed prices are likely to spark a slow trend of heifer retention for U.S. beef producers, Purdue Extension Agricultural Economist Chris Hurt says.

The business of raising fish may still be relatively small in Indiana, but it is a growing part of the state's agricultural economy, a Purdue Extension report concludes.

Yancey Painter joined the cause and recently became the new director of the Ark Animal Sanctuary in LaGrange.

Members of the LaGrange County Council took a first look at budgets presented for 2014 Monday morning. Total of all budgets is $21,346,918.

The Shipshewana Town Council heard a request from Phil Hyerly, representing the Blue Gate Garden Inn, to adjust the facility’s utility bill.