Love is in the air and it’s time for the LaGrange County Community Foundation’s (LCCF) “Circle of Love” program to get underway.
Vinny Miranda and Caleb Lung each dropped in 18 points to lead 3A No. 1 NorthWood past Lakeland, 60-49 in varsity boys basketball Saturday night in LaGrange.
Westview seized control of first place in the NECC boys basketball standings with a 66-39 rout of Garrett Saturday night in Emma.
Cole Harp poured in 19 points in leading Lakeland to a 58-32 sparking of host Hamilton in NECC boys basketball play last Friday night.
A strong second-half surge lifted the Westview Warriors past ancient rival Fairfield, 55-41 in NECC boys basketball action last Friday night in Emma.
Led by individual champions Riley Rasler, Jed Levitz and Joey Blakeley, Prairie Heights won its third consecutive NECC wrestling tournament title Saturday afternoon at Fairfield.
Reverend Leburn “Lee” Combs, 82, died Friday, January 20, 2017 at Northridge Village in Albion, Ind.
What happened to all my lovely snow? The winter started out so well, and then...
Got this letter from a new friend, it is a long one so this is Part 1. Look next week for Part 2.
Henry E. Mast, 88, LaGrange, died Saturday, January 21, 2017 at Hope Springs Manor in Goshen, Ind.
JamesB. Garmire, 81, died Sunday, January 15, 2017.
He was a professional and private driver for JJR for 16 years.
Shipshewana is celebrating 21 years of Pajama Day Sale fun this year on February 4.
Fort Wayne Concordia defeated Lakeland, 103.3875-93.2125 in varsity gymnastics this past Monday in LaGrange.
Angola ran its NECC girls basketball record to 9-0 Tuesday night with a 42-32 victory over Westview Tuesday night in Emma.
East Noble used a 24-13 spurt in the second half to subdue Prairie Heights, 44-32 in a varsity girls basketball tilt played Tuesday night in Brushy Prairie.
The most prolific scorer in the history of Lakeland High School football has decided to take his talents to one of the top NAIA programs in the country.
The bottom line for Lakeland schools is that something will likely have to be done down the road as the district foresees declining enrollment and a matching decline in funding.
The Shipshewana Town Council updated its parking and traffic ordinances last week.
Danielle Nicole Knox,27, Kendallville, Ind., died Tuesday, January 17, 2017 at Parkview Regional Medical Center in Ft. Wayne, Ind.