LaGrange County Commissioners will meet at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 1, in the county office building on Michigan Street in LaGrange. Items on the agenda include:
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.
The Scott United Methodist Church of Shipshewana, Indiana, will celebrate 180 years of ministry in the area on Sunday, October 5, 2014 in the 9:00 am worship hour.
As Westview School District looks to fill volunteer classroom positions, it is weighing whether or not to change its guidelines for volunteers.
David L. Anspaugh, 65, of Sturgis, MI, died Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at St. Joe Regional Hospital, Mishawaka, IN of cancer.
Prairie Heights Assistant Superintendent Jeff Reed will be stepping into the superintendent position starting on July 1.
This week, Gov. Mike Pence held a bill signing ceremony for a new law I authored, Senate Enrolled Act 331.
An additional 108.56 acres of land was added to Pine Knob Park in Howe when county council members moved to buy the property at Monday’s county council meeting.
Lakeland students will now be in classes through June 10 as the school board voted to add two days to the calendar to make up for additional snow days.
Lakeland schools have updated their plans for makeup days due to the difficult winter the area has faced.
The Prairie Heights School Board heard a report on potential upcoming building projects through 2018 that will focus on roofs and air handling systems.
In order to be in line with state law, the Westview School District is looking at its non-resident student policy, the school board was told Thursday evening.
Westview School Corporation is looking at getting community input on the district’s educational programming and strategic plans for the future.
The Prairie Heights School Board voted Monday evening to hire Assistant Superintendent Jeff Reed as the district’s new superintendent, effective July 2014.
The Prairie Heights Community School Corporation is turning 50 years old, and is looking ahead at celebrating its first half-century.