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February 19, 2014

LaGrange County Sheriff says sandbags available

LaGRANGE — Sandbags will be available for LaGrange County residents on North Walnut Street In LaGrange. 

Anyone else who is concerned about flooding may also contact their local fire department and some of them will have bags but not sand, LaGrange County Sheriff's officials said. 

The sand will be at the North Walnut Street location. 

There will be shovels and bags outside. This is a self service. Nobody will be there to fill bags, sheriff's officials said.

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