Loretta O. Miller, 38, LaGrange, died Tuesday, May 21, 2013 at Elkhart General Hospital.
Marvin Lee Delagrange, 69, Millersburg, died Monday, May 20, 2013 at IU Health Goshen Hospital.
On May 17, Prairie Heights High School handed out several scholarships and awards to members of the Class of 2013.
Lakeland School Corporation is planning to participate in the Summer Food Service Program this year.
Perry E. Mast, 96, Shipshewana, died Monday, May 20, 2013 at his residence.
A year ago, Lakeland broke a long boys track sectional championship drought by winning the team title at Angola.
East Noble blanked defending champion Westview, 5-0 in the finals of the IHSAA girls tennis sectional in Kendallville Saturday morning.
The Lakeland boys golf team recorded its 13th win of the season last Thursday night by a count of 152-158 over East Noble at Heron Creek Golf Course.
Lakeland won its first-ever softball decision over 4A powerhouse Mishawaka, 3-0 last Thursday night in the Princess City.
Northridge dealt Westview a 4-1 varsity baseball setback Saturday in Middlebury.
Prairie Heights split a varsity baseball doubleheader with Whitko Saturday in Brushy Prairie.
Nick Byler’s two run homer with one out in the bottom of the seventh inning lifted Lakeland past Wawasee, 6-5 in varsity baseball action Saturday.
Taryn Neff went 4-4 at the plate with four RBI and struckout four to earn the pitching decision as Prairie Heights routed Hamilton, 23-4 in NECC softball Saturday.
DeKalb took a pair of varsity softball decisions from Lakeland last Friday night in LaGrange.
As residents in the Shipshewana West sewer service area work to get hooked into the system, a few are seeking time extensions from the district.
LaGrange County’s unemployment rate took a significant drop in April, falling below 7 percent for the first time in years.
Two men were arrested in Shipshewana last Wednesday when they were caught trying to sell stolen hogs at the Shipshewana Auction.
Ervin A. Miller, 91, LaGrange, died Friday, May 17, 2013 at his daughter Fannie Miller’s residence in Pardeeville, Wisc.