It takes time, patience and money. But the rewards can be huge for the county as a whole.
On Sept. 30, a 2001 Honda Civic was reported stolen from the Howe area. On Oct. 3, the stolen vehicle was found in the gravel pit behind the Masonic Lodge on CR 100E.
To the Editor:
Jan David Williamson, 75, Rome City, died Wednesday, September 26, 2012 at his residence.
Charles W. Fulford, 58, Sturgis, Mich., died Sunday, September 30, 2012 at his residence.
Prairie Heights standout Nicholas Lagemann won his second straight NECC boys cross country championship Saturday morning at West Noble.
Angola scored a late touchdown and two-point conversion to spoil Homecoming at Prairie Heights last Friday night with a 20-19 victory over the Panthers.
Allison Baker scored two goals in leading Culver Academy past Westview, 2-1 in varsity girls soccer play Saturday afternoon in Emma.
The Westview varsity boys soccer team closed out regular season play Saturday evening in Emma with a 6-0 thumping of Elkhart Christian.
Westview rolled to a 25-9, 25-14, 25-6 NECC volleyball victory over county rival Lakeland Saturday night in Emma.
On Sept. 27, deputies from the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department responded to a call regarding a domestic dispute at a residence on CR 635N.
A passenger in a buggy suffered minor injuries when the buggy was struck by a car Sunday morning.
The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department was notified that some jewelry had been taken from a residence in Howe on Sept. 21.
On Sept. 30, Socorro Flores reported that her 2001 Honda Civic was stolen from the driveway of her residence.
A traffic stop initiated after a vehicle failed to use a turn signal ended up with the arrest of two men on drug charges early Monday morning.
The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department was notified on Sept. 30 that a 9mm handgun was taken from a residence on CR 075E in LaGrange.
The Shipshewana Town Council set up a committee to work with developers of a planned subdivision that would include extending Morton St. northward to North Village Dr.
Five defendants have been ordered to pay a total of $14,977 in legal fees stemming from litigation over former county property at Stone Lake.