Following are the results from activities held during Topeka’s 4th of July celebration:
Big Wheel Race
Ages 2-3: Breanna Yoder
Local author Mara McBain recently published McCade’s Way, a novel of romance and survival set late in the Great Depression.
On Saturday night, Bethel college student Mackenna McGraw was named Miss LaGrange County 2013.
War of 1812 Army Veteran Daniel Harding, buried in Hoagland Cemetery in LaGrange County, will be honored with a dedication service at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 20.
Max T. Ringler, 66, Fremont, Ind., formerly of LaGrange County, died Wednesday, July 3, 2013 at his residence.
The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department received a call on July 2 regarding criminal mischief.
On July 1, Ryan Bond of CR 775E contacted the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department to report an intimidation incident.
Commissioners ordered a title search for a piece of property located north of US 20 bounded by Walnut Street on the west side and the old railroad right-of-way on the east side.
Topeka Women’s Softball League leader Community State Bank stayed unbeaten with a doubleheader sweep of B. Lash Home Improvement this past Friday.
All LaGrange County offices are closed Thursday, July 4, for Independence Day.
The members of the LaGrange County Dog Club recently had their graduation, marking the end of the year of practice.