Coming in September is the annual Harvest Fest at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, located near Stroh. The Harvest Fest will take place from 4-7 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 13.
PBnJ (People Believing in Jesus) will host its 8th annual concert next month, with some of the biggest names yet in contemporary Christian music performing.
Some schools are already back in session, but the summer festivals are still happening and shouldn’t be missed, particularly two local ones coming up.
Lakeland FFA traveled to Purdue University for four days to compete and attend at the 85th Indiana FFA State Convention and were pleased by their results.
In a week, it will be fair time.
The Walldogs are officially in town and taking a running start at the murals around Shipshewana.
On May 16, Life Care Center of LaGrange took part in several ways of feeding the community.
Nutrition changes for the 2014-2015 school year were discussed at the Prairie Heights School Board meeting Monday night.
Local seniors are invited to a Senior Hawaiian Lunch at Life Care Center of LaGrange on Friday, May 16, from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Prairie Heights Elementary School has announced that it plans to participate in the Summer Food Service Program again this year.
Letter carriers from across Indiana will help to “Stamp Out Hunger” on Saturday, May 10, as a part of their 22nd annual food drive benefiting the state’s food banks.
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Life Care Center of LaGrange, a skilled nursing and rehab facility, recently completed its state survey with no deficiencies.
Grocery prices are down slightly from a year ago and remain almost unchanged from last fall, according to Indiana Farm Bureau’s semi-annual “market basket” survey.
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