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A 1998 Oldsmobile driven by Estevan Gallegos, 19, of LaGrange was traveling west on CR 400N when it left the roadway and struck a large rock.

A deputy from the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department was dispatched to a farm in the 4000 block of CR 200E regarding a hit and run.

The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a burglary that occurred on May 25.

The Town of LaGrange has the largest increase in population, based on estimated released by the U.S. Census Bureau, noting changes in population from the 2010 census through 2013.

Delores J. Stanley of Albion, Ind., was sentenced to nearly a year of home detention recently.

Several additional grants to address sediment and logjams around LaGrange County have been announced by the Indiana DNR.

The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department was contacted on May 25 regarding a burglary.

    The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department was called shortly after 5 p.m. on May 25 regarding a physical altercation at a residence in the 2000 block of North SR 3.

Officers from the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department responded to a call from E&S Sales in Shipshewana on May 24 regarding a shoplifter.

Glen Oaks Community College (GOCC) has announced the candidates for graduation who were recognized at the commencement ceremonies earlier this month. Among those named were:

On September 8 - 11, join the LaGrange County Library on a tour of Southern Indiana, and visit some of the most famous and most important elements of our state.

Jeff Conrad will be celebrating 34 years of teaching with an open house at Lakeland High School cafeteria, June 11th 2014 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.  

Those looking to participate in the LaGrange County Courthouse Classic 5K only have a month left to train.

High school students interested in pursuing a career in the dairy industry are invited to apply to the 2014-15 Indiana Dairy Youth Academy.

High school students interested in pursuing a career in the dairy industry are invited to apply to the 2014-15 Indiana Dairy Youth Academy.

Six Indiana counties will fix sediment and logjam problems in lakes and rivers thanks to $691,000 in grant funding this spring from the DNR.