Award winning bestselling author Wanda Brunstetter will be in Shipshewana for a “Meet the Author and Book Signing” event from 1-3 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 15.
50 Years Ago in the Standard
September 2, 1965
The final two walks in the Patchwork Trails series are coming up in September.
Riley B. Case, a retired United Methodist pastor, will bring the morning message at Lima Presbyterian Church in Howe Sunday, September 6, at 9:30 a.m.
Maple Wood Nature Center will be closed September 1-7 for Fall Break. Trails will be open.
The LaGrange County Sheriff's Department is looking for information on a possible suspect in the August 21 shooting that left one person wounded.
Farmers State Bank (FSB) announced Monday that it will be closing three of its 14 banking offices later this year.
Miller’s Super Valu in LaGrange is expanding.
The LaGrange Town Council voted Monday evening to reject the four bids submitted for a new salt barn and to restart the process to receive new bids.
The LaGrange County Sheriff's Department was contacted on August 24 by Thomas Atkins of CR 445E, who reported that someone had crashed into his garage door.
Miss Corn School is looking for contestants for the 2015 event.
LaGrange County Corn School starts Tuesday, Oct. 6, and ends Saturday, Oct. 10.
With nine headstones installed earlier this week, the LaGrange County Veterans’ Headstone project finished its work for the year.
August 26, 1965
Mitch Perkins, Rene Lewis, and Riley Lewis each won a state level proficiency area this summer at the Indiana State FFA Convention in Indianapolis.
LaGrange County’s unemployment rate remained unchanged for July, staying at the June level of 3.7 percent.
Legislation authored by State Representative Denny Zent (R-Angola) to create the Caregiver Advise, Record and Enable (CARE) Act has been ceremonially signed into law by the governor.
Lima-Brighton Elementary students are collecting funds to support Principal Traci Blaize’s Ice Bucket Challenge.