Storm Totals Released, New Advisory Issued

bitter cold

The National Weather Service has now issued a Wind Chill Advisory as efforts to dig out from a snow storm that dumped more than 13 inches of snow on parts of Kosciusko County continue. The advisory goes in effect from 5 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday and the … Read More

Warsaw Salt Supply Running On Empty


Blast after blast of winter weather has had a serious affect on the city of Warsaw’s salt supply, which is in real danger of running out. Because of that, Mayor Joe Thallemer is urging motorists to use extra caution in town. Thallemer says the city has enough salt … Read More

Delays, Cancellations Noted

weather related

We are continuing to add to this list. Please check back often. The following list is the most recent information we have. To have a delay or cancellation noted, please complete our ONLINE FORM. Abundant Life Assembly of God has canceled Wednesday services Ace Hardware, Warsaw, closing at … Read More

Jail Bookings

Kevin L. Simon

Kosciusko County The following individuals were recently booked in the Kosciusko County Jail: Feb. 5, 2014 Ritchie Hernandez Jr., 21, 762 W. Eagle St., Warsaw, arrested for battery. Bond: $500 cash Kevin Len Simon, 47, 9541 E. Pixie Parkway, Cromwell, arrested for OWI, battery and habitual traffic violator. … Read More

Grace Hosts Bridal, Prom Runway Show

(Photo by The Karths Photography)

The fourth Warsaw Premier Bridal Expo will be held from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, March 2, and you are invited. This year’s event will feature two runway shows – the bridal runway show and the newly added prom runway show. The bridal runway show will begin … Read More

Wawasee Student Interns At Teen Parents Succeeding

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Wawasee High School junior Noella Beck is serving an early childhood development internship during the winter trimester at Teen Parents Succeeding in Syracuse. The internship is through Wawasee High School’s Professional Career Internship Program. While serving at TPS, Noella works under the supervision of Trish Miller, coordinator of … Read More

Lakeland Financial Announces New Executive VP


Lakeland Financial Corporation (Nasdaq:LKFN) and Lake City Bank announced today that they have promoted Kristin Pruitt, the company’s general counsel, to executive vice president. Pruitt, who joined Lake City Bank in 2008, oversees risk management, compliance, corporate governance, legal affairs and people development. She is a member of the … Read More

Wild West Murder/Mystery Dinner


WARSAW – Giddy-up, ya’ll! It’s time to shine up those belt buckles and throw on your favorite cowboy hat for the “Murder At The Deadwood Saloon” murder/mystery dinner and poker tournament. Poker tables will be set up, and food and drinks will be flowing from 6 p.m. to … Read More

WCS Announces Special Meetings

The Warsaw Community Schools Board of School Trustees will hold a closed Executive Session on 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb., 6, at the Warsaw Educational Services Center, 1 Administration Dr., Warsaw. The Board of School Trustees will then hold a special board meeting starting at 5:30 p.m. in the … Read More

Breast Cancer Fundraiser At Ancilla Game


PLYMOUTH – Saturday, Feb. 8, will mark the fifth annual Chargers for Change fundraiser, as the men’s and women’s basketball teams of Ancilla College host the event. The Ancilla Chargers will face off against the Red Hawks of Lake Michigan College in conjunction with Ounce of Prevention to … Read More

MYL Readying For Season

MENTONE – The Mentone Youth League (MYL) is happy to announce that the upcoming 2014 season is about to begin with many new changes including new board members, new officers, procedures, and policies that will provide a great future for the youth program. MYL would like to introduce … Read More

Warsaw, Wawasee Postpone Events


The winter weather continues to force area high school athletic contests to be put on hold. WCHS announced that its home girls basketball game versus Elkhart Memorial tonight (Jan. 5) has been cancelled. Since Warsaw is scheduled to meet Memorial in the sectional next week, officials have decided … Read More

GWMA Celebrates National Marriage Week

The Greater Warsaw Ministerial Association is encouraging everyone in Kosciusko County to observe and celebrate National Marriage Week, Feb. 7-14. Sunday, Feb. 9, has been designated at National Marriage Sunday. The GWMA affirms that marriage is a union between one man and one woman and is the first … Read More

Jack Hurt

Jack Hurt

Jack Hurt, 63, of Warsaw, Ind., passed away at 11:12 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2014, in Lutheran Hospital, Fort Wayne, Ind. On June 10, 1950, Jack was born to Hershel and Mary Bell (Blevin) Hurt in Prestonsburg, Ky. He lived most of his life in Kosciusko County, Ind. … Read More

Road Closed In Warsaw

road closed

Kosciusko County authorities have closed down CR 150 West between U.S. 30 and Fox Farm Road in Warsaw due to road and weather conditions. The area is typically known as McElroy Hill. Emergency vehicles will be permitted access, but no other motor vehicle traffic is allowed until further … Read More

UPDATE: Plowing Is Local Priority Today


Warsaw city offices and Syracuse town offices are closed today, with only emergency and essential employees on duty. Both Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer and Syracuse Town Manager Henry DeJulia say street department workers are tending to plowing and that is the top priority of the day. Trash routes … Read More