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The Arc of LaGrange County held its annual Christmas and awards program Monday night at the Shipshewana Event Center.

Barbara Sue Weible, 75, Angola, Ind., died November 29, 2017 at Parkview Regional Hospital in Ft. Wayne, Ind.

    She was a 1960 graduate of LaGrange High School.

Carolyn Ray Waikel, 84, Laramie, Wyo., died Saturday, December 2, 2017, at her daughter’s residence in Wolcottville.

Ellen Kay Pettit, 67, Middlebury, died Sunday, December 3, 2017 in Shipshewana.

State Senators Sue Glick (R-LaGrange) and Dennis Kruse (R-Auburn) have announced the Indiana Senate is now accepting applications for the Senate Page Program.

A public meeting on the upcoming sewer system that will stretch from the toll road service plazas to Howe will be held Wednesday, Dec. 6, at 6 p.m. in the Howe Military Academy Auditorium.

Closing…

LaGrange County offices will be closed December 25 and 26 for Christmas.

The LaGrange County Plan Commission met November 27, approving several site plans.

West Noble edged Westview, 54-53 in a NECC girls basketball thriller played last Thursday night in Ligonier.

The Westview varsity girls basketball team earned its second NECC win and its third overall victory of the young season Saturday night at Churubusco, 54-20.

Powered by the 21-point, seven-assist and six-rebound effort of Luke Stephens, Fairfield cruised to a 55-33 NECC boys basketball victory at Prairie Heights last Friday night.

Nick Burlingame registered his first win as the head coach of the Lakeland boys basketball program this past Friday, as his Lakers clipped the visiting Fremont Eagles, 60-36 in NECC play.

Erica Zook and Jordan Kintigh each tossed in 15 points in leading Fairfield past Prairie Heights, 43-29 in NECC girls basketball action Saturday afternoon in Benton.

Prairie Heights claimed its second varsity boys basketball victory of the young season Saturday night in Brushy Prairie at the expense of Bethany Christian, 43-30.

Every hospital, EMS service, fire department and law enforcement agency routinely goes through surprise safety drills to make safety procedures second nature among the staff.