A one-vehicle accident Sunday injured a LaGrange woman.
Schools and other youth-serving organizations are invited to apply for a grant from the LaGrange Independent Foundation for Endowments (LIFE).
Shortly before 10 p.m. on October 3, a 1998 Plymouth Breeze driven by Michael Mahannah, 48, of Ashley, Ind., was stopped for a traffic violation on CR 150N.
Most high school sophomores can be excused for not knowing exactly what they want to do after school. Most may have a general sense of a career – engineering, agriculture, sales.
Thirty-years ago this past Tuesday, Oct. 1, a new shop opened up on Detroit Street in LaGrange – the Independent Phone Shop.
Eugene C. “Gene” Potter was named 2013 LaGrange County Citizen of the Year on Wednesday during Corn School.
Bill Eberhard made the announcement.
Randy Mellinger made it official Thursday afternoon as he announced that he is seeking the Republican nomination for LaGrange County Sheriff.
The Department of Natural Resources has released a new tree inventory designed to better inform Indiana residents how state forests are used.
The American Red Cross will be holding a blood drive in honor of Mike and Mark Padgett, identical twins who both have Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) and End Stage Renal Disease.