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The LaGrange County Public Library is offering classes to learn several new skills.

The Howe Lions Club held its education night on Wednesday, October 21 at the Howe United Methodist Church. Ralph Abston and Gary Chapman were on the committee.

A three-vehicle accident shortly after noon on October 22 injured two people.

A fire that appeared to have started along an outside wall of a house on the eastside of LaGrange left the house and its contents in ruins.

The Town of LaGrange was awarded ownership of a property at the corner of High and Steuben streets that was damaged in 2014, and has been vacant since.

A juvenile received minor injuries after riding into the path of a vehicle on US 20 just west of LaGrange.

The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department was contacted shortly after 5 a.m. on October 20 regarding disorderly subjects in the 200 block of North Detroit Street in LaGrange.

 Out of 21,000 high schools in America, Jostens’s has awarded 540 schools for their outstanding work and efforts on their Yearbook.

Monday evening, the Prairie Heights school board heard about an academic achievement program at the high school.

LaGrange County Sheriff's Department deputies were sent to CR 125E near CR 800N around shortly before 5 a.m. on October 18 for an overturned vehicle in the roadway.

The Indiana State Police in Fort Wayne has announced the retirement of Noble County resident Sergeant Kathy J. Robbins following a career that spanned almost 28 years.