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50 Years Ago in the Standard

April 28, 1966


The Lakeland School Board announced Friday that it will hold a special meeting on Monday, April 25, and appears to be ready to accept the resignation of Superintendent Risa Herber.

Surround yourself with family and friends right in the heart of Shipshewana at the 27th Annual Mayfest celebration in Shipshewana on May 6 and 7.

The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department began in investigation on April 15 involving allegations of sexual battery and child seduction involving a 17-year-old female victim.

    This coming weekend join the gloomy Addams family in Central Park, N.Y., for a dinner you will not soon forget.

The position of LaGrange County Treasurer is one of three contested races on the May 3 Primary Ballot.

Jamesi Lemon and Kay Myers are seeking the Republican nomination.

A new business is looking to build on the Morton St. extension, and sought a positive recommendation from the Shipshewana Town Council Thursday evening.

    Officers from the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department responded to a property damage accident in the 6000S area of CR 900W on April 14.

In the early morning hours of Wednesday April 13th, an officer with the LaGrange Marshals Office stopped a vehicle in the 700 North Block of Detroit Street for suspicious activity.

The LaGrange County Plan Commission is set to hear a rezone request from the Michiana Event Center (MEC) at a proposed new location near Shipshewana.

    Judy Kay Burgi, 66, Kendallville, Ind., died Tuesday, April 12, 2016 at her residence.

The LaGrange County Chamber of Commerce has invited candidates who are in contested races to participate in the 2016 Meet the Candidate Night.

Kite fliers and spectators will experience a visual feast of colors and figures in the large collection of kites at the 6th Annual Kite Komotion in Shipshewana.

    LaGrange County Dispatch received a 911 call on April 12 regarding a physical fight at Pioneer Mobile Home Park in Howe.