The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department reported that two people were injured when a vehicle struck their buggy Thursday afternoon.
The Prairie Heights High School football team started its 2014 season Friday night on a field that looked as good as new.
The Shipshewana Town Council approved moving ahead with the proposed 2015 Fire Service Agreement with the town and Newbury, Van Buren and Clay townships.
Maple Wood Nature Center is closed September 1-5 for Labor Day. Trails are open.
It’s been a goal and a dream for years for the Howe Fire Department. The department wanted a new home and had been looking for a number of years.
A Bronson, Mich., man was injured Monday afternoon when another vehicle backed out onto the roadway in front of his motorcycle.
The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the theft of a 2012 John Deere Gator Sport that occurred over last weekend.
Coming in September is the annual Harvest Fest at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, located near Stroh. The Harvest Fest will take place from 4-7 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 13.
Delta Theta Tau has announced that funds from the LaGrange Road Race will benefit Elijah Haven Crisis Intervention Center and Team Terry on behalf of Terry Miller.
The regular-season waterfowl dates, as proposed to the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) by the Indiana DNR, are listed below.
The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the theft of a cellphone that was taken from a locked vehicle in the Mongo area on August 16.
The LaGrange Police Department investigated reports of drug activity in the 400 block of North Detroit Street in LaGrange Saturday, leading to the arrest of three suspects at that location.
PBnJ (People Believing in Jesus) will host its 8th annual concert next month, with some of the biggest names yet in contemporary Christian music performing.
The Indiana mourning dove season will expand by 18 days for the 2014-15 hunting season.
Another scam happened right here in LaGrange County recently.
Here are the events coming up in September for children, teens and adults at the LaGrange County Public Library and its branches in Topeka and Shipshewana.