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Fort Wayne GM Workers Return To Work

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After missing more than 2 full days of production, workers at the General Motors Fort Wayne Assembly plant are returning to work this afternoon. The company is asking second shift employees to return to the plant. An apparent equipment failure by a supplier is to blame for the string of shift cancellations. Employees are being … Read More

Stinfer Welcomes Kolbe’s Call For Debate

Michael Stinfer

Michael Stinfer, a Republican running as an Independent on the ballot for Indiana House District 22, will accept any form of debate proposed by a candidate or the community. “I believe open debate is a bedrock of democracy. Brave men and women paid the ultimate sacrifice for this freedom, and I will gladly accept on … Read More

Syracuse Native Serving Aboard USS Somerset

Braxton Riley

SAN DIEGO, Calif. — Petty Officer 2nd Class Braxton Riley, a native of Syracuse, Ind., and 2008 graduate Wawasee High School, is serving in the U.S. Navy aboard USS Somerset (LPD 25), one of the world’s most modern, networked, survivable and transformational warships. USS Somerset is named in commemoration of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. … Read More

Bridge Over Harkless Now Complete

Bill Musser of the Syracuse Town Council stands on the new bridge over Harkless Drive.

Syracuse Town Councilman Bill Musser said the new pedestrian bridge on Harkless Drive in Syracuse is completed. “It’s hard to believe all the walkers, joggers and bikers that use this road on a daily basis, and this will get them off the road and out of traffic,” Musser said in an email. “It’s a great … Read More

Pets of the Week


This week’s Pets of the Week come from the Animal Welfare League of Kosciusko County: Batman is a Chihuahua mix, about 5 years old and neutered. Batman is a friendly dog that loves to play with toys, give kisses and enjoy belly rubs! An adult home needed for this little guy, and he’ll make a good … Read More

RR Crossing Work Moving Forward


While Norfolk Southern announced it would need only 3-4 days last week to complete infrastructure repairs to two main crossings in downtown Warsaw, the work is still not completed today, and it is causing major headaches for motorists. Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer told StaceyPageOnline.com late yesterday that, while … Read More

Wawasee Budget Process Moves Forward

During a special Wawasee school board meeting Tuesday evening, Jim Evans, director of finances for the Wawasee School Corporation, reminded the board of the five funds making up the budget. The special meeting was in part a budget work session and the board gave approval to advertise the … Read More

Hundreds Attend WCS E3 Technology Conference

Kevin Honeycutt, Tuesday's keynote speaker, talks with guests. 
(Photo by Alyssa Richardson)

Hundreds of educators from across the state gathered both yesterday and today for Warsaw Community School’s E3 Technology Conference, located at Warsaw Community High School in the Performing Arts Center and WCHS classrooms. A total of 380 guests were hosted by WCS today for the conference including Glenda … Read More

BREAKING: Accident On US 30

(Photo by John Faulkner)

Emergency personnel are responding to an accident that reportedly involved a Gradall construction truck and a passenger car on US 30 near Biomet. According to Reporter John Faulkner, police state a passenger vehicle was rear ended while stopped at a traffic light. The driver of the car and … Read More