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.
A county office building committee has chosen a design-builder construction company for guidance in determining space needs for LaGrange County in the foreseeable future.
Members of the LaGrange County Council approved the spending of $839,725.91 and the transfer of $9,470.10 at Monday’s meeting.
Members of the LaGrange County Council met Monday morning and appointed Kurt Bachman as county attorney for 2015. They also divided up committee responsibilities for 2015.
Newly elected Prairie Heights School Board members Bill McClanahan and Kirk Perkins were sworn into office at the school board meeting Tuesday night.
LaGrange County Commissioners will meet at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 15, in the county office building on Michigan Street in LaGrange.
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.
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:
Richard K. Muntz
To the Editor:
Child Support Administrator
LaGrange County Prosecutor’s Office
Greg Kenner, an independent candidate for prosecuting attorney of LaGrange County, announced his choice for chief deputy prosecutor at a meeting last week in Shipshewana.
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