The Town of LaGrange’s idea to look at annexing two square miles northwest of town brought out a good crowd Tuesday evening to discuss the idea and get some questions answered.
Sheriff Jeff Campos Sr. told county commissioners Monday morning that his department has been awarded an Indiana Criminal Justice Institute grant to promote safe driving.
LaGrange County Commissioners approved the purchase of a new heat pump for the county courthouse at Monday’s meeting. The unit will replace one first installed in 1994.
On Monday night the main topic of discussion at the Prairie Height School Board meeting was about a reduction in force which was approved.
On February 18, Jerry L. Shears, 52, of Coldwater, Mich., was arrested after methamphetamine was found in a pickup that was parked at the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department.
The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department was called on February 18 regarding a domestic fight in progress at a residence on CR 1150E.
A bond issue to refinance the jail bond issue is set to close next Tuesday, Feb. 24.
Those who need help with computers have a couple options for assistance at the LaGrange County Public Library.
The Shipshewana Police Department has received an increasing number of reports of attempted fraud and scams via telephone and internet.
The towns of LaGrange and Shipshewana are both eyeing some land for potential annexation, though one is likely to happen well before the other.
Lakeland’s school board approved increasing the hours of the school’s athletic trainer, Mark Schermerhorn, after receiving a grant from Parkview Hospital.
Valentine's Day isn't just a holiday to share with someone you love. Sometimes, it is simply about caring for someone...even someone you have never met.
Prairie Heights Elementary School has released its academic pride lists for the second quarter of the 2014-2015 school year. A * denotes superior academic pride.
The LaGrange County Soil & Water Conservation District will hold its annual public meeting on Thursday, March 5.
Throughout this session, noteworthy education legislation is being discussed by the Indiana General Assembly. Below are three bills that were considered by the Senate this week: