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The Howe School made it a long trip back to Wabash for White’s Wednesday night after the Wildcats took apart the Warriors, 87-36 in varsity boys basketball action.

 

 

On Feb. 12, four Westview High School art students were recognized at the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards competition in Ft. Wayne.

 

Business is continuing to boom at the Laker Effect store at Lakeland High School as the second trimester of the Marketing and Accounting class comes to an end.

 

 

With the old bookmobile still out of service, the LaGrange County Library is anxious to get the new one in and on the road to serve its patrons.

 

 

Charles J. Christner of Topeka contacted the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department regarding a bullet shot at his house.

 

Tax rates for real estate and personal property have been certified to the LaGrange County Auditor by the Indiana Department of Local Government Finance (DLGF).

 

The annual Midwest Women in Agriculture Conference should help attendees develop new ideas and perspectives on agriculture to take home to their communities.

 

 

Harold Keith Eller, 75, North Manchester, Ind., died Monday, February 13, 2012 at his residence. 

 

Thurman Caldwell, 72, Constantine, Mich., died Sunday, February 12, 2012 at his residence. 

 

 

Patricia A. Hickey, 58, LaGrange, died Sunday, February 12, 2012 at her residence. 

 

Sally Henderson, 30, LaGrange, died Sunday, February 12, 2012 at Parkview Hospital in Ft. Wayne.

 

Lakeland downed Central Noble, 36-25 in junior varsity boys basketball last Thursday.

 

Jalen King swished 34 points for Lakeland in an 85-72 NECC boys basketball victory over visiting Central Noble last Thursday night.

 

Brant Yoder sparked the Westview varsity boys basketball team to a 58-44 NECC triumph at Prairie Heights last Thursday night.

 

On Feb. 10, Prairie Heights Middle School students, parents, and staff celebrated the fourth student of the month convocation of the 2011-2012 year.  

 

All three LaGrange County public school districts were at or above the state’s average graduation rate, but all three are eager to continue to see those numbers rise.