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Political Letters Accepted Through May 2

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StaceyPageOnline.com has been receiving a number of Letters to the Editor, mostly political in content. Please be advised that, as of Friday, May 2, we will no longer allow letters focusing on any state, local or national political campaigns. Letters … Read More

Judicial Candidates Face Off For Votes

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It is an unusual year for Kosciusko County courts as two judicial seats are opening up. It is also uncommon to have contests in the races, but this year, a total of six candidates are vying for the two open … Read More

WCS Hosts Pre-Registration For All Schools

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Pre-registration for all Warsaw Community Schools began Monday and continues through May 30. Families that currently attend WCS are encouraged to pre-register their children for the 2014-2015 school year. Pre-registration can be accomplished using the WCS PowerSchool system. Log-in information … Read More


WCS Sixth Graders May Receive iPads

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During last night’s Warsaw Community School Corporation monthly board work session, WCS Technology Officer Brad Hagg presented the board with a proposed 3-year technology plan that may allow all WCS sixth grade students to receive a take-home iPad to be … Read More

Syracuse Seeks To Expand Fitness Room

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Syracuse Park Foundation learned Chad Jonsson, park superintendent, will be applying for a K21 Foundation grant to help with the expansion of the fitness room at the Syracuse Community Center during its regular monthly meeting Tuesday night. Jonsson explained he wants to remove the wall between the fitness … Read More

Trail Committee Discusses Maintenance Issues

Now that Old Man Winter has finally moved on, Syracuse-Wawasee Trail Committee discussed trail maintenance during its regular monthly meeting Monday night. Committee member Bob Trame brought up several maintenance issues. He met with Larry Mock, who has agreed to trim back the brush on several sections of … Read More

City Engineer: Sinkhole ‘Not A Risk’

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Warsaw Engineer James Emans says a sinkhole identified late last week does not appear to be a risk for a catastrophe. On Thursday, Emans and stormwater coordinator Theresa Sailor approached the Warsaw Board of Public Works and Safety seeking emergency status on the sinkhole at the northern end … Read More

WL Man Charged With Raping Friend

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Authorities have arrested a Winona Lake man on a rape charge following a two-week investigation. Michael J. Elliott, 50, was arrested this afternoon by Warsaw Police on charges that he forced sex acts on a 17-year-old family friend at her Warsaw home. The girl went to Kosciusko Community … Read More

Governor’s FEMA Appeal Is Successful

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Governor Mike Pence received word today that the Federal Emergency Management Agency has granted his appeal for federal assistance for the severe winter storms that impacted much of the state from Jan. 5-9. The major disaster declaration from FEMA will allow grants to 19 counties, including Kosciusko County. … Read More