Throughout this session, noteworthy education legislation is being discussed by the Indiana General Assembly. Below are three bills that were considered by the Senate this week:
The Westview varsity girls basketball team stretched its winning streak to 16 Tuesday night with a 71-24 spanking of host Jimtown.
Twenty-two wrestlers from LaGrange County will be vying for regional championships and semi-state berths this Saturday at Goshen High School starting at 9:30 a.m..
Rose Ann Inman, 81, Goshen, Ind., died Tuesday, February 3, 2015 at The Maples at Waterford Crossing in Goshen.
The LaGrange Town Council is considering annexation of outlying areas of the Town. An informational meeting is planned for Tuesday, February 17 at 7 p.m. at the Town Hall.
David Bricker, 68, Howe, died Tuesday, February 3, 2015 at his residence.
The Focus LaGrange Planning Team
Richard Louis Poor, 83, Wolcottville, died Monday, February 2, 2015 at his residence.
Parks Superintendent Mike Metz was granted permission to upgrade the security systems on four county parks facilities at a Monday meeting of county commissioners.
Tom Marks officially resigned as director of the LaGrange County Building Department at Monday’s county commissioners meeting. The resignation will be effective March 31.
LaGrange County Commissioners appointed three people to county boards at Monday morning’s meeting.
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Prairie Heights climbed to 5-2 in the NECC boys basketball standings with victories this past weekend over Fremont and Angola.
Eastside scored the last eight points to rescue 57-49 victory over Westview in NECC boys basketball action last Friday night in Emma.
Justin McCoy drilled 29 points in sparking Garrett to an 84-53 NECC boys basketball victory over the visiting Lakeland Lakers last Friday evening.
Big efforts in the first and third quarters helped lift Wawasee past Lakeland, 62-40 in varsity boys basketball Saturday night in LaGrange.
Westview clinched its second straight NECC girls basketball regular-season championship Saturday night in Butler with a 57-44 triumph over Eastside.
Garrett trimmed Lakeland, 59-34 in NECC girls basketball last Friday night.
Amos LaVern Bontrager, 49, Goshen, died Friday, January 30, 2015 at IU Health Goshen Hospital.