Larry Dean Prine Jr., 58, Howe, died Sunday, May 18, 2014 at his residence.
Third grade students Cali Godlewski and Savanna Hoover of Lima-Brighton Elementary School approached Principal Marty Burns recently with an idea.
A semi rig loaded with wine went through a guardrail on the Indiana Toll Road in LaGrange County Saturday and landed in a river below, Indiana State Police reported.
Paige Bontrager of Shipshewana was honored in a traditional nursing pinning ceremony May 16 at Huntington University.
Officers from the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department responded to a motorcycle accident at CR 1100E and CR 800S May 17.
The unemployment percentage in LaGrange County continues to drop, falling below 5 percent in April, down 0.7 percent from March.
Helen Ruth Cook, 89, Rome City, died Friday, May 16, 2014 at her residence.
U.S. Congressman Marlin Stutzman issued the following statement, calling for increased accountability within the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Vine & Branch Inc. of Carmel Indiana recently awarded the 2014 Excellence in Urban Forestry Award to Amanda Wenger from Shipshewana recently.
Members of the LaGrange County Redevelopment Commission (RDC) were handed a draft study of the SR 9 corridor Friday that is being completed by engineering firm DLZ.
Geneva Blanche (Bickel) Speicher, 88, died Wednesday evening.
She was born April 30, 1926 in Goshen, to Adam and Edith Eve (Klingaman) Bickel.
Westview capped off a 6-2 NECC girls tennis slate Monday night in Emma by downing Fremont, 3-2.
After cruising through its first five NECC baseball opponents, the Westview Warriors were stunned by Fremont and Angola on consecutive nights earlier this week.
Lakeland walloped Bethany Christian, 14-2 on the baseball diamond Monday night.
Lakewood Park, ranked No. 1 in Class 2A, easily handled Lakeland by a count of 9-0 Monday evening in Auburn.
A quick start helped Westview best Elkhart Christian, 10-2 in varsity softball Monday night in Elkhart.
Prairie Heights rallied to edge Bronson, 6-5 in varsity baseball action Monday night in Michigan.
Due to changes in the Town of Shipshewana’s wastewater billing rates and other factors, Shipshewana West Sewer District rates will be seeing a two-step increase this year.