The Topeka Town Council approved a three year contract with Borden’s Waste Away after the company submitted the lowest bid.
Topeka Fire Chief Stewart Bender was retained for a further two years Monday.
All branches of the LaGrange County Public Library will be closed on Tuesday, December 31st and Wednesday January 1st.
Monroe Starrett, 68, LaGrange, formerly of Lejunior, Ky., died Sunday, December 8, 2013.
I am a big fan of shrubs with red berries for brightening the winter landscape. They also provide a food source for wildlife and come in quite handy for using in holiday décor.
At approximately 8:30 p.m. on December 9, a 2005 Chevrolet pickup was stopped by the LaGrange Police Department on US 20 at CR 400E.
At approximately 5 a.m. on December 10, a traffic stop on a semi tractor-trailer was made by the LaGrange Police Department on Central Ave. at Townline Rd.
The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department is investigating multiple burglaries that occurred in the Royer Lake area.
Brant Betts fired in 21 points and Marco Olivares canned 17 as Lakeland handled Fremont, 73-49 in the NECC boys basketball opener for both teams last Friday night in LaGrange.
The Prairie Heights varsity boys basketball team completed a very successful weekend Saturday night in Brushy Prairie by taking apart Bethany Christian, 70-41.
Angola, Central Noble and Churubusco all posted 4-1 records to head up the team results in Saturday’s NECC Super Dual wrestling meet held at Lakeland.
Jordyn Bontrager sank 21 points and Chandler Aspy swished 20 as Westview rolled to a 62-48 triumph over visiting Churubusco in its NECC boys basketball opener last Friday night in Emma.
A strong showing in the middle two quarters was enough to propel Westview past Churubusco, 53-38 in NECC girls basketball Saturday night in Turtle Town.
Westview picked up a 54-44 non-conference girls basketball win at Bremen last Thursday night.
Fremont edged Lakeland, 34-33 in NECC girls basketball action Saturday night in Fremont.
Jacob Heller fired in 33 points and blocked a last-second shot by Fairfield to lift Prairie Heights past the visiting Falcons, 68-66 last Friday night in NECC boys basketball play.
It may be cold and snowy now, but come springtime a new walking trail will be available for those looking to get out and enjoy one of LaGrange County’s parks.