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Dear friends,

I have a new friend. Peppy. Guess what – she is a schnauzer – seems like the schnauzers just find me. Wonder why that is?

Some Lima-Brighton Elementary students had a longer wait for the bus Thursday morning as a “perfect storm” found Lakeland School Corporation suddenly short one bus driver.

The LaGrange County Plan Commission is looking to introduce an amendment to the county’s ordinance covering short-term rentals in the county.

The Westview varsity softball team rolled to victories over Elkhart Christian and Goshen in its season-opening games earlier this week.

On March 27 around 9 p.m., a deputy from the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department conducted a traffic stop on CR 750N west of CR 1150W for a speeding violation.

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“Build It” is one of the Webelos/Arrow of Light (AOL) Pack #3423’s elective adventures, with Webelos and AOL Scouts learning about carpentry and using tools safely.

On March 24 at 9:46 p.m., deputies from the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department arrived at the scene of a personal injury traffic accident near the intersection of 50N and CR 350W.

Two Verizon Wireless communication towers were approved by the LaGrange County Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) last week.

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) has announced that SR 9 and US 20 in LaGrange County are scheduled to be resurfaced on or after Monday, April 3, weather permitting.

The Indiana Tourism Association held its annual conference March 13-15 in West Lafayette, awarding several Indiana Tourism Awards, with Blue Gate Hospitality among those honored.

A 13-year-old died after being struck by a vehicle on CR 50N west of LaGrange.

The LaGrange County Public Library recently refinanced the library’s outstanding construction bonds, effectively saving taxpayers more than $713,000 over the course of 12 years.

Lakeland Middle School has released its High Honor and Honor Roll for the 2nd trimester.

The House of Representatives voted in support of a bill sponsored by State Rep. Denny Zent (R-Angola) that would give cities and towns additional tools to help clean up their communities.