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The Indiana mourning dove season will expand by 18 days for the 2014-15 hunting season.

Another scam happened right here in LaGrange County recently.

Here are the events coming up in September for children, teens and adults at the LaGrange County Public Library and its branches in Topeka and Shipshewana.

John F. Ross, 93, of Topeka, passed away on August 22, 2014 at home. He was born on February 9, 1921 in Noble County to Leonard and Beatrice (Hall) Ross.

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Karch Bachman recently returned from his first foray as a member of Team USA hockey, playing on the U-18 team in an international tournament in the Czech Republic.

Those looking for legal advice, but feel that they can’t afford to hire an attorney, a new option has opened up in LaGrange County with New Life Legal Talk.

A program that allows hunters to give deer meat to the public will continue again this fall.

LaGrange County saw its unemployment rate drop below 5 percent for July, down to 4.8 percent. The June rate had been 5.1 percent.

The LaGrange County BZA met Tuesday evening to consider several applications.

Cruiser RV is pleased to welcome two new Regional Sales Managers ahead of the 2014 Elkhart RV Open House event where Cruiser RV will be displaying their full line-up on September 15-18.

David A. Schrock, 93, Middlebury, died Tuesday, August 19, 2014 at The Maples at Waterford Crossing.

Angela Sue Rhinevault, 38, formerly of Shipshewana, died Wednesday, August 13, 2014 in Portland, Ore.

Nominations are now open for the 2014 LaGrange County Citizen of the Year. LaGrange County Corn School officials are seeking community input from clubs, groups, organizations or individuals.

The Second Annual United Indiana EMS Memorial Bike Ride is scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 22, at the Parkview LaGrange EMS Building at 982 N. Townline Road in LaGrange.

LaGrange County Public Library, its branches and its Bookmobile, will be closed for two additional days in September.

Some important – and free – computer classes are coming up at all branches of the LaGrange County Public Library in September.