ANGOLA — Trine University will close its Fall 2018 Humanities on Tuesday with a look at how the portrayal of World War II in comics has changed over time.
LAGRANGE – A Goshen man was arrested early Sunday morning after he tried to flee on foot from police after a LaGrange County’s Sheriff’s Deputy attempted to initiate a traffic stop.
KENDALLVILLE — Hundreds enjoyed Saturday’s 21st Annual Festival of Trees in Kendallville to help support hospice care at Parkview facilities in Noble and LaGrange counties.
LAGRANGE — An Ohio woman was killed Tuesday morning on the Indiana Toll Road in LaGrange County after the car she was driving drifted across the median and hit another vehicle head on.
Hickory Creek did its annual Pie Give-a-Way recently. They gave pumpkin pies, as well as Redi-Whip, to the Chamber, the hospital, the Chief of Police, Mayor Handshoe, DaVita, the fire stations, Council on Aging and various doctors around the city to thank them for all they do for the communi…
ANGOLA — Entries are being accepted through Jan. 11, 2019, in Trine University’s Innovation Challenge presented by Fifth Third Bank, Greater Indiana. The challenge is an opportunity to win cash prizes for a new idea or improved concept for business or technology.
This week’s Ark Animal Rescue and Adoption Pets of the Week are a bonded pair of dogs, Poo and Cooper. Poo is a 4-year-old male that’s likely been with 10-year-old female Cooper for his entire life. Poo is shy but loves to be held and petted. Cooper is senior who is friendly and loves attent…
LAGRANGE — A Lakeland High School Parents and Principals meeting that was shut down last week due to bad weather has been rescheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 28.
LAGRANGE — Last Tuesday’s Power of the Purse and Wallet was an overwhelming success, said Beth Sherman, the executive director of the LaGrange County Chamber of Commerce, the organization that hosts the annual fundraising event.