Friday Was Fun, But Saturday Should Be Spectacular

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INDIANAPOLIS – If Friday night’s preliminaries of the IHSAA Girls Swimming State Finals were any indication, those in attendance Saturday are in for a real treat. In one of the fastest prelims in state history, five event records were rewritten and seven swimmers in all broke a state … Read More

Grace Softball Squad Drops Pair

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PULASKI, Tenn. – The Grace College softball team finally got a chance to play outside in Tennessee at the Martin Methodist Meltdown, playing two games on Friday. The Lady Lancers lost 7-5 to Martin Methodist and 11-3 to Campbellsville. Grace took a few innings to adjust to playing … Read More

Girls’ Sectional Scoreboard

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CLASS 4A Hobart LaPorte 72, Crown Point 41 Merrillville 64, Chesterton 47 South Bend Clay Penn 65, South Bend Adams 25 Mishawaka 59, Plymouth 45 Northridge Northridge 42, Warsaw 41 Goshen 49, Concord 41 CLASS 3A Hanover Central Kankakee Valley 71, Knox 54 Andrean 57, Hanover Central 53 … Read More

Trojans Earn Spot In Sectional Final

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BOURBON – The Triton girls basketball team earned the right to play one more time on their home court Friday night. The host Trojans took care of Argos 70-54 in a Class 1-A sectional semifinal game. Triton (15-6) will meet No. 1 Oregon-Davis (18-2) at 7:30 p.m. Saturday … Read More

Raiders Rally To Stun Tigers

Warsaw assistant coach Barb Martz consoles Brooklyn Harrison after a 42-41 loss to Northridge in sectional semifinal action Friday night at Northridge.

MIDDLEBURY – Hoosier Hysteria was out in full force Friday night. The Warsaw and Northridge girls basketball teams made sure of that. The Tigers and the Raiders put heart and passion on the line from tip-off until the final horn in a thrilling semifinal clash of the Class … Read More

Update: Wreck On Center Street and Eastlake

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Update: According to a police report filed by the Warsaw Police Department, the collision occurred at 7:42 p.m. when a vehicle driven by Maranda D. Begley, 27, of Syracuse, who was attempting a left hand turn, collided with the vehicle driven by Lisa M. Sorg, 44, of Fort … Read More

Local Flooding Potential To Rise

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The city of Warsaw would like to remind residents and businesses that as much awaited warmer temperatures come and the snow begins to melt, there will be areas that have the potential for flooding. Temperatures for next week are predicted to be well above freezing. Keeping storm drains … Read More

Area Grapplers Eye Semistate

Warsaw freshman Kyle Hatch will compete Saturday in the Merrillville Semistate (File photo by Nick Goralczyk)

WARSAW – A top four finish. That’s the goal for a quartet of area prep wrestlers, including a pair from Warsaw, for the Merrillville Semistate Saturday. A top four finish punches a ticket for a spot in the State Finals. The Warsaw dymanic duo of freshman Kyle Hatch … Read More

MutualBank Begins Partnership With Merchant Services

MutualBank announces a new partnership for Merchant Services with Security Card Services. Merchant Services include check and card readers, point-of-sale, contactless and wireless terminals. These solutions will ensure our business customers can handle any payment method their customers throw at them. Through this partnership, the bank is able … Read More

Downtown Hosting ‘Love In Action’

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Love in Action is tonight, and it’s a night to celebrate with your love, the love of your community. Enjoy a lovely meal and spend time downtown after, enjoying entertainment at various locations. A “charity of choice” will be highlighted to donate what you wish as admission.Check out … Read More

‘The Voice’ Vocalist Performs At Honeywell

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WABASH – Recently returning from NBC’s popular singing competition “The Voice,” North Manchester native Derek Self is scheduled to perform at the Honeywell House at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 27. During his concert, the Manchester University sophomore will share songs from a variety of styles, ranging from Josh … Read More

North Webster Public Library Announcements

Beth Smith (center), director of the Library’s Local History and Genealogy Center, explains to Faye Myer (left) and Becky Pressler (right) how to identify old photos during last week’s Glean Team. This group meets at 10 a.m. the first, second, and third Wednesdays of each month to collaborate on genealogy projects. (Photo provided)

Voyager Book Club is on the war path as they converge at 10 a.m. Monday, Feb. 24, to discuss war books that each participant has read. Voyager is a unique kind of book club in that each member reads a different book within an assigned category. Every month … Read More

Aaron Neville Headlines Jazz Festival

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ELKHART – The 2014 Elkhart Jazz Festival celebrates the 27th year of one of the country’s premier jazz festivals from June 20-22. New faces, new venues and a continued commitment to bring you the best jazz festival ever, the 2014 Elkhart Jazz Festival will make your summer really … Read More

Jefferson Students Celebrate Valentine’s With Seniors

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On Thursday, Feb. 13, 16 Jefferson Spartans gave up their recess to enrich the lives of residents at Grace Village Retirement Home. Students gave the residents hand-made Valentine’s Day bookmarks and wished them a Happy Valentine’s Day. The idea came from the Jefferson Family Groups where all K-6 … Read More

‘Virtual Choir’ Conductor Performs Free Concert

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MUNCIE – Eric Whitacre, a favorite contemporary composer of choral singers around the world, will come to Emens Auditorium Wednesday, Feb. 26, for a special concert featuring members of the Ball State University Choirs and Indiana High School Mass Choir. The performance begins at 7:30 p.m. and is … Read More

Gas Leak In Winona Lake

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Crews tearing down in Winona Lake caused a gas leak at the corner of 13th Street and Chestnut. Local resident Josh Gales provided us with a video and photo from the event, where NIPSCO is working to repair the leak. … Read More