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The Shipshewana Redevelopment Commission and the Shipshewana Redevelopment Authority both approved the final lease agreement with Blue Gate Holdings for the Shipshewana Event Center.

In the wake of the fatal shooting of two bailiffs in Berrien County, Mich., that left a deputy and a civilian wounded, all eyes have turned to courthouse security.

Indiana Conservation officers have received the 2015-2016 final tally of meals provided by Indiana deer hunters for hunger relief through the Sportsmen’s Benevolent Fund.

LaGrange County Commissioners approved a water/sewer right-of-way request from the engineer for the Indiana Toll Road operator at a special meeting Monday.

50 Years Ago in the Standard

July 14, 1966


The work on CR 200N between SR 9 and CR 675W is progressing, with the base and intermediate layer of asphalt laid down last week.

Shortly after 8 p.m. on July 10, an officer from the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department stopped a 2004 Ford passenger car on CR 300N west of SR 3 for a traffic violation.

Deputies from the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department were dispatched to a residence in the 7000N block of CR 1200W regarding a stolen vehicle.

Two people were arrested for OWI in separate incidents July 10.

Hostetler’s Hudson Museum has a new vehicle on loan, and it’s one of a kind.

Brittney Pender is the new Health and Human Sciences Extension Educator in LaGrange County. Pender currently resides is Columbia City and was born and raised in rural St. Joseph County, Ind.