By percentage of votes, it was one of the closer races of Tuesday’s primary election.
With the end of his second term in sight, LaGrange County Sheriff Terry Martin is looking forward to a new role in county government.
LaGrange County voters had a reason to get out and make their votes count Tuesday and did so, with over 25 percent of registered voters turning out for the May 6 Primary.
Five LaGrange County incumbents faced challengers in Tuesday’s May Primary election, and only one came out on top.
After 30 years in downtown LaGrange, the Radio Shack will be closing its doors the first of June.
Prairie Heights Elementary School has announced that it plans to participate in the Summer Food Service Program again this year.
Kimberly E. Stutzman of Shipshewana has received a $2,500 National Merit Scholarship. She is a student at Westview Jr.-Sr. High School.
Local seniors are invited to a Senior Hawaiian Lunch at Life Care Center of LaGrange on Friday, May 16, from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
A deputy from the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department made a traffic stop on May 5 at SR 9 and CR 550S.
Prairie Heights Middle School has released its third quarter honor roll for the 2013-2014 school year. A * denotes all A’s.
Letter carriers from across Indiana will help to “Stamp Out Hunger” on Saturday, May 10, as a part of their 22nd annual food drive benefiting the state’s food banks.
The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department was contacted by Angie Hamilton at approximately 4:30 p.m. on May 1 regarding an attempted burglary.
Aaron J. Miller, 17, of CR 850W was killed in a one-vehicle accident Sunday.
The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a skidloader accident involving a 7-year-old Shipshewana boy.
An officer with the LaGrange Police Department made two traffic stops within a few hours of each other on Friday, May 2, with each stop resulting in an arrest on various drug charges.
The LaGrange Farmers Market is coming back this year bigger and better than ever, kicking off the season this Saturday, May 3.