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Kerlin’s Heart Bigger Than Check [VIDEO]

A check for $11,375 was presented by Camille Kerlin, center, to Riley Children's Foundation from the Racquets For Riley campaign held in July. Standing in the front row are Alana Helmer, representing Riley Children's Foundation, and Carson Kerlin. In the back row are Warsaw Community High School tennis coach Rick Orban, WCHS tennis assistant Jan Orban, Diane Kerlin and Rick Kerlin. (Photos by Mike Deak)

WARSAW – For someone who has had heart trouble in her life, Camille Kerlin was more than willing to share her’s with others. The generosity of Kerlin, who in July organized, efforted and helped run the Racquets For Riley tennis campaign, saw the hard work pay off in full Wednesday afternoon. In a check presentation … Read More

UPDATE: WWFT Responding To RV Fire


With Pierceton Fire Department out on a medical call, firefighters of the Warsaw-Wayne Fire Territory responded to a vehicle fire at CRs 350 South and 450 East just before 3 p.m. today. Kyle Miller was driving the RV when, he tells our reporter, the vehicle died at the intersection of the two county roads. Miller was … Read More

Council Discusses Movie, Mathematical Payroll Glitch

If the Syracuse Town Council approves a request by town manager Henry DeJulia, the town could star in its own movie next year. DeJulia pitched the concept at Tuesday’s meeting, after receiving a call from the producer of a show called “Communities of Distinction” airing on Fox’s “Discovery America” channel and ABC. The show features … Read More

Federal Court Rules Indiana Must Recognize Out-Of-State Same-Sex Marriages


Judge calls Gov. Mike Pence’s actions on marriage “troubling” WASHINGTON – On Tuesday, U.S. District Court Judge Richard L. Young ruled in Bowling v. Pence that Indiana’s law prohibiting the recognition of same-sex marriages performed in other jurisdictions is unconstitutional. The decision was stayed, pending an appeal. Judge Young previously struck down the state’s marriage … Read More

Meth Lab Leads To Four Arrests

Joseph Werand

Four people were arrested on charges of manufacturing methamphetamine in a Winona Lake trailer park Tuesday night. Winona Lake Police say that at approximately 8 p.m., narcotics officers of the Winona Lake and Warsaw police departments responded to Lot 63 of Fair Lane Trailer Park, 1202 Wooster Road, to investigate a tip. During the investigation, … Read More

Barbee Area Sewers Becoming A Reality

Lakeland Regional Sewer District map

Lakeland Regional Sewer District, serving the Barbee Lakes area, is taking off. The lakes included in the district include Big Barbee, Little Barbee, Banning, Kuhn, Sechrist, Irish and Sawmill. The district also takes in Grassy Creek north to East 500 North, better known as Armstrong Road. It does … Read More

North Webster Brush Pickup Guidelines Addressed

brush good piles

Guidelines for brush pick-up were reviewed with the North Webster Town Council at its Tuesday evening meeting by Utilities Manager Mike Noe, Severn Trent Services. Noe presented a potential door hanger that outlined town policy and told the board, “I want us to be sure we are all on … Read More

WLTC to Advertise Budgets for 2015


At the Winona Lake Town Council meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 19, Winona Lake Clerk-Treasurer Kent Adams requested permission to advertise Winona Lake’s 2015 proposed budget. “Once again we’re reducing our town budget,” said Adams. “This is the third year in a row.” Adams stated that revenues were dropping, … Read More