UPDATE: DNR Seeking Identity Of Hospitalized Man


(UPDATE: This morning, Indiana Conservation Officers say the victim has been identified as Stephen M. Rodick, 57, of South Bend. Rodick remains hospitalized in critical condition and the investigation is ongoing.) Indiana Conservation Officers are seeking the public’s help in identifying a man who was rescued by the … Read More

WK Chamber Hosts ‘Love In Action’


The Warsaw/Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce invites you to bring your sweetheart to the chamber’s Downtown VIP Love In Action Night from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14. The event will feature discounts and specials from local restaurants such as B-Macs, Korner Grill, Mad Anthony’s, Redwood Firewood … Read More

WCS Hosts Kindergarten Roundup

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Warsaw Community Schools invite all incoming 2014-2015 Kindergarten students and parents to a round-up celebration at each neighborhood elementary school from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 20. These round-up celebrations are also open to out-of-school corporation parents and children who are interested in learning more about … Read More

KCSD Welcomes New Deputy

Deputy Sheriff Neil Likens

Kosciusko County Sheriff Rocky Goshert has a new addition to the sheriff’s department’s roster. Deputy Sheriff Neil Likens recently replaced a vacancy in the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department. Deputy Sheriff Likens began his law enforcement career in 2011 as a reserve officer with the Syracuse Police Department. Likens … Read More

McKee Mortuary Ownership Remains Committed

McKee Mortuary announces that Kelly McKee will continue her 25-year commitment to funeral service. Serving the community with Kelly is licensed funeral director David Nordmann, licensed pre-need counselor Candie Petrie and Kelly’s daughters, Abby and Mattie. The support staff of Scott Lewis, Carl Petrie and Chris Walters add … Read More

Local Ivy Tech District To See Structural Changes

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Ivy Tech Community College’s State Board of Trustees has announced an additional regional structural change. The North Central district (Elkhart, South Bend and Warsaw) is among those that will see regional structural changes. The State Board of Trustees asked college leadership to take steps to combine the Bloomington and … Read More

Whitko Announces Make Up Days

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Due to unprecedented weather-related school delays and closings, Whitko Community Schools has announced the following changes in schedule: Make up dates will be Friday, Feb. 14, with students in attendance (teacher in-service is cancelled) and Monday, Feb. 17, with students in attendance (previously scheduled as a make-up day). … Read More

NW Legion Hosts Valentine’s Dinner, Dance


North Webster American Legion will host a Valentine’s Dinner and Dance from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 15. Food will include 6 oz. filet and three fantail shrimp, salad, potato, vegetable and dessert. Cost is $40 per couple. Music will be by “The Classics.” The event is … Read More

Middle School Wrestlers Take Second At Invitational

In the front row, from left, are Austin Delafuente, Dalin Powell, Nate Olejiniczak, Braxton Alexander, Kyle Gunkel, Christian Wood, Isiah Faurote, Garrett Stuckman, Kody Baldacci, Courtney Weikart and Keven Mears. In the middle row are Ramon Torres, Alex Ruckman, Braxton Gray, Roger Fitzpatrick, Jeremiah Ponsler, Chad Robison, Gage Landrum, Jacob Shortt, Brant Stuckman and Brandon Baker. In the back row are Rob DeSomer, Adam Coburn, Delmar Mock, Jon Esenwein, Kevin Weikart, Dakota Oley, Austin Murphy, Alex Rolston, Addison Torres, Damien Rodriguez, coach Faronte, Trevor Street, Coach Vallejo, Coach Carr.

Wawasee Middle School’s wrestling team took second place at the Lakeview Wrestling Invitational Saturday. Wawasee wrestled against New Haven, Edgewood and Schmucker, winning all three meets. Concord defeated Wawasee to win the invitational. The Warriors had two forfeits and that proved to be the deciding score. … Read More