UPDATE: Counties Declare Travel Emergency Levels

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Marshall County was the first to implement an emergency declaration that included a “Warning Level” travel advisory due to the latest snow storm. the county has lifted the “Warning Level” and a “Watch Level” is now in place. This morning, Kosciusko, Whitley and Elkhart counties have increased their travel … Read More

House Passes Motor Driven Cycle Bill

State Rep. Dave Wolkins (R-Warsaw) authored legislation concerning registration and operation of motor driven cycles, which passed the Indiana House of Representatives on Monday with a 81-14 vote. House Bill 1343 replaces Indiana’s obsolete mo-ped laws and establishes license and registration requirements. “HB 1343 aims to hold operators … Read More

North Webster Police Reports

North Webster Police Department Accidents Officers of the North Webster Police Department recently investigated the following accidents: Tuesday, Feb. 4, 11:03 a.m. North Main Street. Vehicle driven by James C. Alford, East Hatchery Road, Syracuse, collided with an unoccupied, parked vehicle owned by Kevin A. Kemper. Alford’s foot … Read More

Wawasee Feeling Good After NLC Meet

Owen Donahoe closes in on his first lap during the 100 breast.

MIDDLEBURY – The Wawasee boys swim team traveled to Northridge High School on Monday night for the Northern Lakes Conference finals and left with both improved times and confidence as sectionals quickly approach. After recording solid times in Thursday’s prelims, the Warriors had an even stronger showing in … Read More

Obama Contacted Over Propane Shortage

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Governor Mike Pence today joined fellow governors from the Midwestern Governors Association in signing a letter to President Barack Obama requesting immediate assistance to address the current propane supply shortage across the Midwest. “Hoosiers continue to face severe propane shortages and unprecedented winter weather, with no relief from … Read More

Warsaw Man Arrested For Dealing Cocaine

Eduardo P. Terrazas

Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Drug Task Force (DTF) have arrested a Warsaw man for dealing cocaine. According to the DTF, Eduardo P. Terrazas, 33, of Warsaw, was arrested this morning at approximately 10:29 a.m. by undercover officers and Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department deputies after an alleged cocaine purchase. Terrazas … Read More

Technology, Assessment Event At Syracuse Elementary

On Thursday, Feb. 6, Syracuse Elementary School is holding a Technology and Assessment Information Night from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. for community members, parents and students. This event was originally scheduled for Jan. 23, but was postponed due to school closing for the day. At 5:30 p.m. … Read More

NIPSCO Projects Higher January Gas Bills

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The average temperatures across northern Indiana during January were 39 percent colder than last year. Temperatures measured 17 degrees this year versus 28 degrees in January 2013 resulting in consumption for the average residential natural gas customer increasing by 34 percent compared to last year. Given the extreme … Read More

April Fool’s Day 5K Coming to Winona Lake

April Fools Day 5K

The Kosciusko Cares April Fool’s Day 5K run/walk is set for Saturday, April 5, in Winona Lake. The race is held to support positive, healthy lifestyle choices and opportunities for youth and families in Kosciusko County. The race will start and finish at the Winona Lake Park Pavilion … Read More

Trupointe Staff Ready For April Opening

Trupointe Cooperative has announced its team of agricultural professionals who are ready to serve Indiana customers from its new location in Milford. An April opening is slated. Leading the sale of agronomy products and services will be Jim Wolf of Noblesville. As regional sales director, he will manage … Read More

Free Child Care Offered For Moms

Lakeland Christian Academy will continue its “Miraculous Moments For Moms” to lovingly care for children infant through kindergarten, free of charge. This free day care will be offered from 12:40 p.m. to 3:10 p.m. Feb. 12, at Warsaw Community Church. Children are divided by ages: infants, crawlers, walkers, … Read More

February Events At Goshen College

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GOSHEN – All events are open to the public and are free unless otherwise noted. 54th annual Concerto-Aria Concert, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8, Music Center’s Sauder Concert Hall. The concert will feature student winners of GC’s Concerto-Aria Competition. Winners will perform concerto movements or arias with the … Read More

ISP Provides Winter Driving Safety Tips

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Indiana’s next blast of winter weather is upon us. Warnings about hazardous driving conditions will be issued by city, county and state law enforcement as well as by local and national media. Many will heed the warnings. Many more will ignore the warnings. With another major storm approaching, … Read More