Girls’ Hoops Sectional Scores


Class 4A South Bend Clay Penn 76, South Bend Riley 7 Northridge Warsaw 59, Elkhart Memorial 24 Concord 43, Elkhart Central 40 Class 3A Hanover Central Knox 40, Wheeler 28 John Glenn South Bend St. Joseph 62, Culver Academy 29 Rochester 59, John Glenn 57 NorthWood Whitko 49, … Read More

Trojans Roll In Own Sectional

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BOURBON – LaCrosse kept it close for one quarter versus Triton Tuesday night. From there, it was all Trojans. The hosts rolled to a 72-28 win in first-round action of the Class 1-A Triton Sectional. Triton led just 18-12 after the opening period of play in the girls … Read More

Pifer Earns Spot At State

Jim Pifer of the Warsaw bowling team will compete at State Saturday. Pifer is shown above with coaches Kirk Wyman and Glen Ransbottom (Photo provided by Jenny Ransbottom)

WARSAW – Jim Pifer is headed to try and roll his way to a state championship. The Warsaw bowler earned a spot in the State Finals this weekend with an impressive effort in the semi state this past weekend. Pifer rolled a 664 series to place 11th in … Read More

Marian Ends Grace Winning Streak


INDIANAPOLIS – The Grace College men’s basketball team had its three-game winning streak snapped at No. 22 Marian on Tuesday night by a  73-59 count in Crossroads League play. The Knights made 10 3-pointers in the game, pulling away late to hand the Lancers (16-10; 8-7 Crossroads League) … Read More

Motivated Grose Leads Warsaw Romp

Nikki Grose had 20 points as Warsaw topped Elkhart Memorial in the sectional opener Tuesday night at Northridge.

MIDDLEBURY – Nikki Grose admitted she was long on motivation Tuesday night. That, in turn, made it one long night for first-round sectional opponent Elkhart Memorial. Warsaw standout Grose turned in an outstanding all-around effort as the defending sectional champion Tigers crushed the Crimson Chargers in the opening … Read More

Sacred Heart In Tourney Title Game

The Sacred Heart boys basketball team will play in the city elementary championship game in the Tiger Den on Feb. 12 (Photo provided)

WARSAW – The Sacred Heart boys basketball team will play for the city championship Wednesday night. The squad will be making just its second appearance ever in the tourney finale. Sacred Heart will face Eisenhower at 7:30 p.m. in the Tiger Den at WCHS. It will be a … Read More

Another Honor For Grace’s Miller

Grace College senior Greg Miller, who hails from Akron, has been honored as the NAIA National Player of the Week (Photo provided by Grace College Sports Information Department)

WINONA LAKE – In addition to being named the Crossroads League’s outstanding player this week, Grace College senior Greg Miller was honored nationally as the NAIA Men’s Basketball Player of the Week. Miller, who picked up his third CL Player of the Week honor of the season on … Read More

County BZA Grants Extension For Residence

Giving a petitioner more time to complete a residence in Tippecanoe Township was among the agenda items considered by the Kosciusko County Board of Zoning Appeals during its regular monthly meeting Tuesday in Warsaw. The meeting was held at the Justice Building. Worth Packer petitioned the BZA for … Read More

Firemen’s Ball Ignited The Night


The first ever Kosciusko County Firemen’s Association Ignite the Night Firemen’s Ball was held Saturday night in Syracuse with approximately 100 firefighters and their significant others in attendance. The evening was held at Oakwood Inn and was a semi-formal/formal event that included a catered meal, door prizes and … Read More

Berg Selected As National Youth Correspondent

Zoe Berg, a student at Wawasee High School, has been selected to represent Milford as a national youth correspondent to the 2014 Washington Journalism and Media Conference at George Mason University. Berg joins a select group of students from all over the country for an intensive study of … Read More

Park Board Looks Forward To Spring

There’s still plenty of snow on the ground and the roads are icy, but the Syracuse Park Board is looking forward to spring as it received an update on the Syracuse-Wawasee’s Blue Star Highway project at its regular monthly meeting Monday night. Advisor Carol Koble told the board … Read More

Comedian Wanda Sykes At Four Winds


NEW BUFFALO – The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians’ Four Winds Casinos are pleased to announce a performance by comedian Wanda Sykes at Four Winds New Buffalo’s Silver Creek Event Center at 9 p.m. on Saturday, April 12. Wanda Sykes has been called “one of the funniest stand-up … Read More

JK O’Donnells Pub Announces Music Lineup


JK O’Donnells, the Irish pub in downtown Fort Wayne, 121 W. Wayne St., has announced the following shows: Wednesday, March 5, 2014. 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. No cover. Emily Ann Thompson: Traditional Irish and Scottish music from Indianapolis Monday, March 10, 2014. 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. … Read More

Student Safety Prompts Temporary Bus Stop

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A “major safety issue” has been identified with the road conditions in the Forest Park mobile home park in Warsaw. Because of that, Warsaw Community Schools has informed parents that children in the park will be picked up by bus in the parking lot behind J.C. Penney’s. Cheryl … Read More

Pierceton Acquiring New Jobs


Shiloh Industries, headquartered in Valley City, Ohio, announced it had acquired the Contech Casting plant and operations in Pierceton and Auburn and will be bringing new jobs to Kosciusko County. The company, according to Kosciusko Economic Development Corp., will invest $3.3 million in facility renovations and new manufacturing … Read More

Local Improv Group Hosts Free Show

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Tired of winter? You aren’t the only one! Come see Main on Main Improv Troupe performing live comedy improv to drive the winter blues away. Main on Main will be performing a free show at the Syracuse-Wawasee Chamber of Commerce office at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 25. The … Read More