A technicality kept Westview from upending perennial powerhouse Jimtown on the wrestling match last Thursday in Emma.
Prairie Heights whipped Huntington North, 47-24 in varsity wrestling action last Thursday night.
Fairfield stayed perfect (4-0) in the NECC girls basketball standings with a 53-30 victory over Lakeland last Friday night in LaGrange.
Nathan Lumbard, formerly of LaGrange County, is scheduled for a sentencing hearing on December 23 in St. Joseph County, Mich.
As new windows are being fitted into the LaGrange County Courthouse this week, the county commissioners approved a request to continue to improve the overall aesthetics of the courthouse.
The calendar for the 2014-2015 school year is set for Westview schools after final approval was given at Thursday’s board meeting.
In order to be in line with state law, the Westview School District is looking at its non-resident student policy, the school board was told Thursday evening.
Thomas Robinson, 69, Middlebury, died Wednesday, December 11, 2013 at his residence.
On December 13, officers from the LaGrange Police Department were dispatched to the 200 block of Mountain Street in LaGrange regarding suspicious activity.
Linda S. Newman, 65, LaGrange, died Thursday, December 12, 2013 at Miller’s Merry Manor of LaGrange.
Gaythel L. White, 69, LaGrange, died Wednesday, December 11, 2013 at Parkview LaGrange Hospital.
Alexis Williams’ three-point play in the waning seconds lifted Concord past Lakeland, 55-51 in a varsity girls basketball contest played Tuesday night in LaGrange.
Prairie Heights defeated its third straight Elkhart County foe Tuesday night in dramatic fashion, shading the Braves of Elkhart Christian in overtime by a count of 86-79.
Fairfield dealt the Lakeland varsity boys basketball team its first loss in the Scott LaPlace Era, 83-49 Tuesday evening in Benton.
Sparked by a 20-point, 14-rebound effort from Maria McCoy, the Westview varsity girls basketball team coasted to a 71-26 victory at Elkhart Christian Tuesday evening.
The Topeka Town Council approved a three year contract with Borden’s Waste Away after the company submitted the lowest bid.
Topeka Fire Chief Stewart Bender was retained for a further two years Monday.