The Philomaths of Howe held their annual Christmas party at the home of Marge Malone.
Prior to the potluck luncheon, a short business meeting was held.
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An auto sales site is being split in two, with a new business moving into the facility on SR 9 after receiving land use variances Tuesday evening.
One of the many changes to deer hunting regulations that were implemented this year will take place when the special antlerless season begins Dec. 26.
Three LaGrange County families are receiving an extra present under their trees this holiday season: being named partners with LaGrange County Habitat for Humanity (LCHFH).
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is again offering a late season for hunting Canada geese.
LaGrange County Commissioners approved the only bid received for a fiber optic line to connect all of the county building located around LaGrange.
Plans to extend Morton Street in Shipshewana continue to move ahead with the town council approving to match funds for the project.
The Arc of LaGrange County handed out awards at its annual Christmas program and meeting last week at the Town Center in Shipshewana.
The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department was notified that roadway markers had been taken from a property along CR 930E for a second time on Thursday.
The Howe School Junior High held its annual school-level National Geographic Bee on December 11 and 12.
A man was robbed at the Topeka Livestock Auction early Wednesday morning and police are searching for the armed robber.
It’s been a long road to this point, but the Shipshewana West sewer project is complete and ready to serve the Shipshewana Lake area.