Golda Irene Russell, 89, Wolcottville, died Sunday, Sept. 1, 2013, at Lutheran Life Villages in Kendallville, Ind.
Prairie Heights broke into the football win column last Friday with a 32-14 NECC victory over the host Fairfield Falcons.
Lakeland celebrated its 50th football home opener in style last Friday night by pummeling the Fremont Eagles, 48-13.
Plymouth dealt the Westview varsity girls soccer team its first defeat of the 2013 campaign, 2-1 last Thursday night in Emma.
Westview dropped a 3-2 varsity boys tennis decision at Goshen last Thursday evening.
Westview climbed to 2-0 in NECC volleyball with a 25-15, 25-11, 25-21 triumph at West Noble last Thursday night.
Trey Kennedy booted in four goals as Westview romped past host Hamilton, 8-1 in NECC boys soccer last Friday night.
Westview rolled past host Lakeland, 9-1 in NECC girls soccer play this past Saturday afternoon.
Concord rallied to shade Westview, 21-25, 25-18, 15-9 in the finals of the Westview Invitational volleyball tournament Saturday afternoon.
Three-set victories by singles players Austin Buonocore and Christian Roose helped secure a 4-1 Lakeland boys tennis win over NECC and county rival Prairie Heights last Thursday.
Dustin Cunningham poured in three goals and assisted on two others in leading Lakeland to a 9-1 NECC boys soccer triumph over Central Noble last Thursday evening in LaGrange.
Goshen cruised past Lakeland, 5-0 in varsity boys tennis Saturday morning.
LaGrange County Commissioners awarded two engineering contracts that assure continued infrastructure improvements in LaGrange County.
At Tuesday morning’s meeting, LaGrange County Commissioners assured that there will be water extended from the Fawn River Crossing Industrial Park to the Multi-Plex facility very soon.
James J. "Jim" McKown, 85, Sauk Rapids, Minn., formerly of Ft. Wayne, Ind., died Sunday, Sept. 1, 2013 at his residence.
Lower insect populations have led to minor crop damage this summer, but a Purdue Extension entomologist says farmers should still watch for anomalies when scouting.
Last year's drought did little to slow the pace of rising farmland values and cash rents. They are up this year in a big way again, according to a Purdue University study.