What you missed in last week’s Leader

Staff Writer

Following are some of the articles you may have missed in the Feb. 26 Leader:
Fords sue County for damages for improperly issued building permit: Walter an Julia Ford filed suit against Bruce Williams and the Starke County Commissioners and Board of Zoning Appeals to recoup costs they incurred after the allowances in a building permit were appealed by neighbors and overturned by Special Judge Patrick Blankenship.
Chavez trial on schedule: jury trial scheduled to start April 13.
North Judson-San Pierre good news: students excel in academics and sports; teachers recognized for service “above-and-beyond.”
Knox kindergarten round-up scheduled April 2.
Booth named NJ Library director: Michael Booth brings a variety of experience an plans for the future at the North Judson-Wayne Township Library.
Prosecutor/WorkOne team to provide jobs for those who pay child support.
Health: measles and obesity tips.
Felty named CNO: Craig Felty, president of IU Health Starke Hospital, has also been named chief nursing officer for IU Health both Laporte and Starke hospitals.
Leadership learns about education: Oregon-Davis students share their thoughts with Leadership Starke County participants.
Sports: Team pictures; Boys basketball prepares for sectionals, girls compete in regional action.