Prairie Heights High School held its 2015 Academic Awards presentation Friday afternoon.
Tom Marks officially resigned as director of the LaGrange County Building Department at Monday’s county commissioners meeting. The resignation will be effective March 31.
Members of the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Merit Board met Wednesday evening to seat new members, reorganize and elect officers.
In early November, Westview Elementary 5th and 6th graders were given the opportunity to take a 50-question written qualifying test for the National Geographic National Geography Bee.
Newly elected Prairie Heights School Board members Bill McClanahan and Kirk Perkins were sworn into office at the school board meeting Tuesday night.
Two men very familiar with LaGrange County and with county government are on the ballot next Tuesday to be the LaGrange County Commissioner for the North District seat.
Great soccer players seem to have the ball on their foot at the most crucial times of a match.
IN THE LAGRANGE CIRCUIT COURT
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Edna Bowser will be the newest member of the LaGrange Town Council following a Democratic Caucus Friday afternoon.
Evan Garretson’s win in the shot put highlighted the LaGrange County effort at last Thursday’s IHSAA boys track regional held in Marion.
Lakeland’s Isaac Kilgore turned in the top score of any LaGrange County golfer Saturday at the Goshen Invitational held on the Maplecrest Country Club links.
The Westview varsity softball team ran its season record to 3-1 with a doubleheader sweep of host John Glenn this past Saturday.
The Westview boys basketball team prides itself on having multiple players with the ability to make plays on any given night.
The LaGrange County Soil and Water Conservation District held its 62nd annual meeting Thursday evening at the LaGrange County 4-H Fairgrounds.
Lakeland Middle School Athletic Boosters
To the Editor:
Many area K-9 officers and their four legged partners were busy this week in LaGrange County.
The LaGrange County Community Foundation (LCCF) has announced that it is in the process of making major staff changes, which will be fully effective December 27.