When asked if he was surprised to be named the 2015 LaGrange County Citizen of the Year, John “Bud” Hopper replied “You ain’t a kidding!”
The LaGrange Town Council voted Monday evening to reject the four bids submitted for a new salt barn and to restart the process to receive new bids.
Newly elected Prairie Heights School Board members Bill McClanahan and Kirk Perkins were sworn into office at the school board meeting Tuesday night.
The continuing disagreement between the Town of Shipshewana and two townships that have not signed the 2015 fire protection agreement has spilled over to the Town of LaGrange.
Eugene C. “Gene” Potter was named 2013 LaGrange County Citizen of the Year on Wednesday during Corn School.
Bill Eberhard made the announcement.
Last week, the Topeka Town Council received an update on the unsafe buildings at the corner of Main and Lake streets from Town Attorney Bill Eberhard.
An Oliver Lake lot’s width was a point of contention for the LaGrange County Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) Tuesday evening.
A major Topeka RV manufacturer is preparing to break ground on its corporate office building, even as work moves ahead on its production facility in Topeka.