Department of Natural Resources grants totaling more than $850,000 will fund removal of sediment and logjams from Indiana’s lakes and rivers.
The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department was contacted regarding burglaries of several campers at a Howe area campground.
The students of Westview Elementary have been busy. In the past week they have collected over 145,000 aluminum cans.
At Tuesday’s LaGrange County BZA meeting, a developmental standard variance for a deck was turned down.
It started with some “Singing in the Rain.” And it’s coming to a close with some “Little Women.”
Prairie Heights High School has named Kara Gunthorp as valedictorian of the Class of 2013.
Dillon Henschen has been named salutatorian for his class.
Commissioners adopted an ordinance at Monday’s meeting that will raise the fees for recording a deed.
The Lakeland School Board voted Monday to move ahead with plans for a new administration center for the corporation as they approved advertising for bids for construction.
An Arbor Day program will take place from 4:30-5:30 p.m. on Friday, April 26, at ParGil Nature Center on SR 9 north of LaGrange.
Celebrate the birth of a movement and help others in need by coming to donate blood in early May.
County Commissioners opted to re-think the CR 200N project which was approved at last week’s county council/commissioner joint meeting.
The 3rd Annual Kite Kommotion Clinic and Festival is another sign that spring has arrived.
The Friends of LaGrange County Parks held their first annual meeting on April 14 at Pine Knob County Park.
The Shipshewana Town Council approved the recommendations to make some streets “No Parking” around town.