LaGrange County News

‘LaGrange Pie Party’ rescheduled

Main Street LaGrange will now host it’s “La­Grange Pie Party” on Sat­urday, Nov. 11, starting at 1 p.m. in downtown LaGrange. The event, originally scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 16, has been post­poned to the November date. This rescheduling comes after learning of other LaGrange County Nonprofits’ fundraiser taking place the same weekend, organizers said. “To not take away from other LaGrange County Nonprofits, we wanted to pick a different date that would allow potential attendees to not have to choose between the different causes,” said board Secretary Emilee Fincher, “We want every­one to be able to support nonprofits throughout [...]

September 7, 2023|Categories: LaGrange County News|

Thank you for a Great Experience

I started writing One World when I was hired in 2021 to be the editor of the LaGrange Standard and News and Middlebury Independent. In LaGrange, readers saw a lot of rapid changes – from black and white to color, from Bill Connelly to the Hurd Media Group, from a brick building on the south side of town, a former AT&T telephone hub turned publishing company, to a little office in the North Point Plaza. As you have probably guessed, I am moving on. This is my last One World column for the LaGrange Standard and News and Middlebury Independent. I [...]

June 12, 2023|Categories: LaGrange County News|

Tax Rates Decline Across Most of Lagrange County

LaGrange County tax payers will see lower tax rates across most of the county this year as booming property values outpace new government spending. That being said, residents living in Lakeland Community Schools territories will see higher rates this year as the school tackles several needed maintenance projects. And, as always, a reminder — having a lower tax rate doesn’t necessarily mean your tax bill will be smaller. More on that in a bit. Read the rest of the article at The LaGrange News & Standard.

January 21, 2023|Categories: LaGrange County News|

Community Foundation Gives Grant to Local Night to Shine Program

The organization that oversees the LaGrange County Night to Shine event has received a $5,000 grant from LaGrange County Community Foundation.Night to Shine is a not-for-profit event created by the Tim Tebow Foundation to encourage communities to host a prom-like event on one day each year to celebrate the members of its disabled community. Night to Shine will be held on Feb. 10 at the Blue Gate Performing Arts Center in Shipshewana, Indiana.Read the rest of the article at The News Sun.

November 4, 2022|Categories: LaGrange County News|
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