Parkview LaGrange Home Health and Hospice and Parkview Noble Home Health and Hospice Bereavement Support groups will present a 10-week program on “Understanding Your Grief.”
Corlin D. “Corky” Quick, 70, Angola, Ind., died Saturday, September 13, 2014.
Elizabeth Ann Arkeketa, 36, Ft. Wayne, Ind., died Thursday, September 11, 2014 at St. Joseph Medical Center in Ft. Wayne, Ind.
One person was airlifted from the scene of a single-vehicle crash September 12 with a head injury, after an argument led to the crash.
LaGrange County Sheriff's Department deputies responded on September 11 to reports from neighbors of a residence on CR 1150W concerning a domestic disturbance.
The LaGrange County Sheriff's Department received a report from James Luke on September 11 regarding two fraudulent charges to his bank account.
The charges totaled $20.45.
Gerald L. “Beef” Camp, 71, Hicksville, Ohio, died Thursday, September 11, 2014 at Community Hospitals and Wellness Centers in Bryan, Ohio.
Drone has a number of meanings. Today, we most often associate the word with a pilotless, radio-controlled airplane such as used in surveillance or launching missiles for military purposes.
Central Noble snapped a 27-game losing streak in NECC football play last Friday night when it stunned host Prairie Heights, 13-7 at Hubert Cline Field.
The Lakeland girls cross country team ran to a fifth-place finish in the Saturday’s Tippecanoe Valley Invitational.
Lakeland placed sixth in the Tippecanoe Valley Invitational boys cross country meet held this past Saturday.
Two goals by both Jordan Stoltzfus and Houston Haney helped propel the Westview varsity boys soccer team to an 8-0 triumph over visiting Eastside Saturday afternoon.
Westview roared back to trim NorthWood, 4-1 in a varsity girls soccer match played Saturday in Nappanee.
Westview recorded a 1-2 record at the Concord Invitational varsity volleyball tournament held this past Saturday in Dunlap.
Lakeland bested county rival Prairie Heights, 5-1 in varsity boys soccer Saturday night in LaGrange.
Gov. Mike Pence has declared September as Preparedness Month. Hoosiers are encouraged to become educated and empowered to prepare for and respond to all types of emergencies.