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Nutrition changes for the 2014-2015 school year were discussed at the Prairie Heights School Board meeting Monday night.
Jeffery Wayne Allen, 56, Big Long Lake, died Saturday, May 17, 2014, at his residence.
Barbara A. Harper, 82, Hudson, Ind., died Monday, May 19, 2014 at Sacred Heart Home in Avilla, Ind.
Grace M. Nelson, 94, LaGrange, died Monday, May 19, 2014 at Life Care Center of LaGrange.
John M. Bontrager, 71, Topeka, died Monday, May 19, 2014 after being hit by a wagon pulled by runaway horses on a farm in Millersburg.
Maurice R. Atwater, 85, LaGrange, died Tuesday, May 20, 2014 at Parkview Regional Medical Center in Fort Wayne, Ind.
A nine-run second inning propelled Westview past Churubusco, 9-2 in NECC baseball action last Thursday.
Dalton Schmidt plated three runs and Derrick Dunn collected three hits in sparking the Lakeland varsity baseball team to a 10-1 triumph over Fremont last Thursday.
Paige Gust tossed a four-hit shutout and Laken Detwiler drilled a three-run double as Lakeland routed Fremont, 12-0 in NECC softball last Thursday.
Westview pulled off a miraculous, 12-11 comeback victory over Churubusco in varsity softball play last Thursday evening in Emma.
Prairie Heights and Fort Wayne Luers split a varsity softball twin-bill Saturday.
Host Bremen bested Lakeland, 11-3 in the finals of a varsity softball tournament played Saturday.
East Noble took both ends of a varsity baseball doubleheader from visiting Lakeland this past Saturday.
Westview tied Angola for second-place honors in the 2014 NECC girls tennis tournament which concluded Saturday afternoon at Lakeland.
Westview placed a strong second to Churubusco in the NECC girls track meet completed last Friday night at Fairfield.
Lakeland rolled to the NECC boys track championship last Friday night at Fairfield.
A Purdue Extension agricultural economist has published two articles that include analysis of what the 2014 farm bill could mean for farmers and agriculture in the Midwest.
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