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CANI(Community Action of Northeast Indiana) is seeking applicants for its newly created AmeriCorps program.

 

The LaGrange Civic Theatre will present Rodgers and Hammerstein’s musical “South Pacific” at The Howe School’s Bouton Auditorium this week.

 

Miller's Super Valu of LaGrange and Rome City donated $1,000 to Elijah Haven Crisis Intervention Center following a fundraiser at the LaGrange store on Friday.

 

After retiring in 2003 from a highly decorated career in law enforcement, Lt. Tom Gratz had a story to tell. Harley C.I.: A Detective Story is the result.

 

All three LaGrange County public schools have school board seats coming up for reelection in the November general election.

 

A request for both a side yard setback and a roadside setback was split by the LaGrange County BZA at their Monday meeting.

 

The deadlines for the General Election on Nov. 6 are approaching for filings as well as voter registration.

 

A new water well is nearing completion for the Prairie Heights School District, and should be tested and ready to use well before school starts in August.

 

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The LaGrange County Council on Aging (COA) has started a fundraiser to raise money for programs and services it offers to the county’s seniors.

 

The Westview School Board approved moving ahead with a capital improvement project at their meeting Thursday evening.

 

The test results are in for area students from the 2012 ISTEP+ testing, and overall, LaGrange County schools saw some improvement.

 

On July 20, LaGrange County Communications received a call regarding a suspicious person entering an abandoned property south of Reed Cemetery on CR 950E.

 

The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department was notified Sunday morning of an unresponsive male laying in a yard in the 5300 block of CR 550E.

 

LaGrange County’s unemployment rose in June, putting the county just below 8 percent.

 

A single-vehicle crash Saturday evening left a Mishawaka man dead shortly after 8 p.m. Saturday.