Friday, Feb. 20, at 4 p.m. is the deadline for applications for scholarships available through the LaGrange County Community Foundation (LCCF).
Throughout this session, noteworthy education legislation is being discussed by the Indiana General Assembly. Below are three bills that were considered by the Senate this week:
The Purdue University Cooperative Extension Board in LaGrange County is seeking candidates to serve as board members beginning in March.
Many fun, educational activities for all ages happen at the LaGrange County Public Library and its branches each month. The following is a list of the events happening in February.
James Richard Garver, 59, Phoenix and Sedona, Ariz., formerly of Middlebury, Lafayette, and LaGrange, Ind., died Thursday, December 18, 2014 at his residence in Phoenix, Ariz.
The Centers for Disease Control recently released a study into potential cost-savings associated with smoke-free public and subsidized housing.
Parkview LaGrange Home Health and Hospice and Parkview Noble Home Health and Hospice Bereavement Support groups will present a 10-week program on “Understanding Your Grief.”
The LaGrange Adult Education classroom has moved to the LaGrange County Public Library, 203 W. Spring Street in LaGrange. Classes are taking place right now at that location.
4-H for LaGrange County is much more than one week in July where the 4-H’ers show their animals and submit their projects.
Recent budget numbers demonstrate Indiana’s continued commitment to education.