The LaGrange County Superior Court will look different in the coming months following approval by the LaGrange County Commissioners Monday morning.
George E. Brown
Richard K. Muntz
To the Editor:
A federal judge adjourned Thursday’s hearing on the fairness of a $1 million class-action lawsuit to allow for publication to those involved in the suit.
The temperature is falling. The evenings are crisp and a few leaves are even changing color. It must be time for Corn School.
Five LaGrange County incumbents faced challengers in Tuesday’s May Primary election, and only one came out on top.
Christy Shaffer, 35, of Topeka was sentenced to six years in the Indiana Department of Corrections for violating her probation from a case involving the death of a toddler in 2011.
A Kendallville man convicted in the 2012 death of a Topeka bicyclist was sentenced to eight years in prison.
I’ve made no secret of the fact that my busiest and most tiring week of work is the annual LaGrange County 4-H Fair.
LaGrange County Republican voters will have plenty of choices in the May primary.
Judge George Brown has released the 2013 activity report for the LaGrange County Superior Court.
LaGrange County Commissioners will meet at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 18, to consider various business. A public hearing on the Butler petition to vacate land will be heard at 9:30 a.m.
LaGrange Superior Court Judge George E. Brown has been included in the 2014 edition of Who’s Who in America and Who’s Who in the World.
This past Tuesday, Aug. 6, a wooden sailboat was delivered to Dallas Lake Park, headquarters of the LaGrange County Parks Department.