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The Town of Shipshewana plans to go without a full-time town manager for the moment as the town council weighs its options.



Westview girls track standout Skyler Carpenter earned blue ribbons in each of the four events she entered in Saturday’s Northridge Relays.



Lindon McDonald won three events as Westview topped Fairfield, 62.5-46.5 in middle school boys track last Thursday.


The Howe School defeated Fort Wayne Canterbury and Hamilton in a triangular boys track meet held last week.


Fairfield swept a middle school track meet from Prairie Heights last Friday evening.


Home runs by Hunter Peppler and Christian Bonham propelled Angola past Lakeland, 11-0 in NECC baseball action Saturday in LaGrange.


Fremont nudged Westview, 8-6 in NECC baseball action Saturday in Emma.


The Westview School Board approved a recommendation to hire Randy Miller to take over the duties of principal at Westview Jr. High School at their meeting Thursday evening.


Barbara I. Reynolds, 54, Middlebury, died Wednesday, April 11, 2012 at her residence.


Rosa I. Borntrager, 75, Middlebury, died Sunday, April 15, 2012 at her residence.


The Westview School Board modified the school calendars for the 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 school years at their meeting Thursday evening.


Delmer Clayton Sutton, 69, South Milford, died Thursday, April 12, 2012, at his residence.



Craig A. Pieratt, 49, LaGrange, died Monday, April 9, 2012 in the Orlando, Fla., area.


Israel Eugene “Izzy” Yoder, 21, Ligonier, died April 5, 2012 as the result of a swimming accident in Haiti while serving on a mission trip.


Rodney L. Sawyer,50, rural LaGrange County, died on Thursday, April 12, 2012 at his residence.


A group of 20 eighth grade students and seven parent and teacher chaperones from Lakeland Middle School traveled to Washington, D.C. during spring break.


Twenty-four Lakeland High School students participated in Hispanic Day on Campus March 23 at Ancilla College.



The Lakeland and Prairie Heights softball squads braved the cold and wind Tuesday afternoon in a hotly contested battle for their NECC opener.


The Prairie Heights girls track squad nipped visiting Lakeland, 63-61, and lost to the Angola squad, 95-32. Angola’s girls also topped Lakeland, 99-33.