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Fairfield fended off an upset bid by visiting Lakeland, 48-42 in overtime in NECC girls basketball action last Friday night.

 

The Lakeland varsity boys basketball team scored its first victory of the season Saturday night in LaGrange by a count of 41-36 over Bethany Christian.

 

 

The Topeka Volunteer Fire Department, Station 30, held its annual Christmas and Recognition Banquet on Monday evening, December 3rd.

 

 

 

 

LaGrange County Sheriff Deputies were called to a residence at the Pioneer Trailer Park on SR 9 near Howe Sunday on a complaint of a van window being broken.

 

The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department were notified on Thursday that several boats stored at the Stone Lake Association Clubhouse had their shrink wrap covers cut.

 

A horse was shot while inside a fenced-in area at residence on CR 200S early Friday morning.

 

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Patricia JoAnn Schrade,68, Sturgis, Mich., died Friday, December 7, 2012 at her residence.

 

Merritt R. Miller, 86, LaGrange, died Thursday, December 6, 2012 at Greencroft Healthcare in Goshen.

 

The ninth program that is being highlighted is the Small Group Home.

 

Eight new Indiana Conservation Officers officially joined the DNR Division of Law Enforcement during graduation ceremonies today at the Indiana Government Center South.

 

Catherine Ann (Baranek) Sackrider, 59, of Wall Lake near Orland and formerly of Toledo, Ohio, died recently.

 

Brian Cochran

Director

Ark Animal Sanctuary

 

Shipshewana predicts ice in the forecast for December 27-29, as the town hosts its annual Shipshewana Ice Festival, a popular event for both locals and tourists.

 

 

Portions of Lakeland High School’s roof will be replaced next summer after the board approved a contract with the low bidder for the project.

 

Aaron Kelley swished 22 points and made eight steals in leading Hamilton to a 66-50 varsity boys basketball triumph at The Howe School Tuesday night.

 

Elkhart Christian placed five players in double figures and rolled past Prairie Heights, 63-46 in varsity boys basketball action Tuesday night in Dunlap.

 

Maria McCoy and her Westview teammates stayed red-hot Tuesday night in whipping visiting Elkhart Christian, 61-32.