Lancers Continue String Of Upsets

Grace College sophomore guard Logan Irwin makes a move Saturday. The former Whitko High School star had 13 points as the Lancers topped No. 11 St. Francis 76-73 in Winona Lake (Photo provided by Grace College Sports Information Department)

WINONA LAKE – The upsets keep rolling in for the surging Grace College men’s basketball team. The Lancers’ latest victim was No. 11 St. Francis on Saturday by the score of 76-73. After an 0-5 start to the Crossroads League season, the Lancers (16-9; 8-6 CL) have won … Read More

Wawasee Sports Wrap – Feb. 8


Frosh Cagers Defeated The boys freshman basketball team dropped a 32-24 final at Angola Saturday. Rylan Kuhn scored seven points and Cameron Schlabach had five to pace the Warriors. Wawasee, now 8-8, will take part in the NLC Tournament at Warsaw on Feb. 15.   Gymnasts Compete At … Read More

Morgan Leads Sectional Title Charge

The Warsaw girls swim team proudly displays their sectional championship trophy Saturday (Photo provided)

WARSAW – The Warsaw girls swim team was all smiles at the conclusion of sectional competition Saturday. The host Tigers had plenty of reasons to smile too. Warsaw, led by freshman Brenna Morgan, held off two-time defending champion Culver Academies to reclaim the sectional championship hardware. Coach Nate … Read More

Four Wrestlers Moving On

ROCHESTER – A quality quartet of area wrestlers made their way through one tough regional Saturday. A pair of Warsaw wrestlers and a Tippecanoe Valley duo all earned semistate berths with top four finishers at the loaded Rochester Regional. Freshman Kyle Hatch continued his stellar season for the … Read More

Triton Changes Awards Nights

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BOURBON – The Triton High School Athletic Department has announced a pair of rescheduled dates for two awards events. The Junior High basketball awards night will now be held on Feb. 10 at 6 p.m. The Junior High cheer awards is now set for Feb. 12, also at … Read More

No. 1 St. Francis Edges Grace


WINONA LAKE – The Grace College women’s basketball team was on the verge of doing something no other team in the nation had done on Saturday – taking down undefeated St. Francis. But a last-second 3-pointer from Gabby Bryant was off the mark, allowing the No. 1-ranked Cougars … Read More

UPDATE: Two Injured In Claypool Crash

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Emergency personnel responded to a vehicle accident located on 600 South near 50 West in Claypool at 1:48 p.m. today. According to Sgt. Chad Hill of the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department, the accident involved a United States Postal Service van, driven by Joseph Fierek, 45, of Leesburg, and … Read More

North Webster Public Library Announcements

Beth Smith, director of the Local History and Genealogy Center, explains how to get started researching one’s family history in her four-week Beginning Genealogy Class that started February 4. (Photo provided)

The month of February brings hearts to mind, so the teens will be playing the card game of “Hearts” during Teen Time at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 20, in the Library Meeting Room. Don’t know how to play? No problem! We’ll teach you how. Hearts is easy to … Read More

Pick Slide to Play Lizards

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Warsaw Rock and Country act, Pick Slide, will be bringing their high-energy show to Lizards’s Bar & Grill in Milford on Sat., Feb. 8. Show goes from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Pick Slide has been rocking in and around Kosciusko County since 2008, but the band recently … Read More

Jack Arnott

Jack Arnott, 75, Syracuse Lake, Ind., passed away Friday, Feb. 7, 2014, at IU Health Goshen Hospital. He was born on Nov. 11, 1938, in Nappanee, Ind., to Ralph L. and Vera (Sloat) Arnott. He graduated from Nappanee High School in 1956 and Ball State Teachers College in … Read More

Celebrate Valentine’s Day By Quitting Smoking

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Feb. 14 is Valentine’s Day —a day to celebrate love in its many forms. But did you know that nearly 50 years ago, February was designated as American Heart Month? During this month, we raise awareness about the risks for heart disease as well as healthy lifestyle changes … Read More

City Of Lakes Car Show Returns

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The Fifth Annual City of Lakes Cruise In to Downtown Warsaw, presented by the Warsaw Breakfast Optimist Club, is set to return to Warsaw on May 18. Last year’s event brought hundreds of sweet rides to downtown Warsaw. Everything thing from classic American muscle to modern-day sports cars … Read More

Kosciusko Joins 2-1-1 Service


United Way of Allen County’s 2-1-1 Services, supported by Lutheran Health Network, announced that it has expanded to six new counties in northern Indiana, including Kosciusko County. The expanded service area took effect Jan. 1, but is being celebrated today during National 2-1-1 Day. Today is also being … Read More

RDA Pledges South Shore Rail Expansion Support


The first phase of the long-discussed West Lake Corridor rail expansion project took a significant step forward this week by the board of directors of the Northwest Indiana Regional Development Authority. The board committed $8 million a year in RDA funds to match local funds generated for construction … Read More

Milford Contractor Serving On State Board

Milford business leader Daniel F. Brown, president of Phend & Brown Inc., will help to steer the Indiana Construction Association, the state’s largest and oldest construction trade association, in 2014. ICA’s core purpose is to enhance the image, well-being, economic stability and political strength of the Indiana construction … Read More

Fake Jury Duty Calls Raise Concern


Several Indiana trial courts have alerted the Division of State Court Administration and Indiana Judicial Center to a possible scam involving fake jury duty phone calls. There have only been a few incidents, but court leaders are alerting the public in the abundance of caution. Judges in Henry … Read More