Robinson Shines, State Sizzles

Wawasee junior Bre Robinson stands with her two runner-up medals after finishing second in the butterfly and backstroke at the IHSAA Girls Swimming State Finals.

INDIANAPOLIS – If one word could be used to describe the day that was the IHSAA Girls Swimming State Finals – or even the weekend as a whole – it would be ‘unbelievable.’ In what was the fastest state finals in girls swimming history, 18 records in total … Read More

Kosciusko REMC 2014 Youth Programs

KREMC

Touchstone Energy Camp June 4-7 Energize Your Summer, with a fun and unique camp experience designed for 6th grade students! Kosciusko REMC is sponsoring four students, who are the dependents of KREMC members, to attend Touchstone Energy Camp for FREE. Campers will spend their days horseback riding, canoeing, … Read More

WCPL Announces 1,000 Book Program

WCPL

By Duane Herendeen, Child Services Supervisor, Warsaw Community Public Library It’s a well proven fact that the earlier a child is exposed to books and the love of reading, the better their outlook will be when it comes to education and adapting to new learning skills. The more … Read More

Valley Runs Into Black Swish Buzz Saw

NorthWood head coach Steve Neff advanced to his third consecutive sectional title with his team's win over Tippecanoe Valley. (Photos by Nick Goralczyk)

NAPPANEE – The Tippecanoe Valley Lady Vikings basketball team knew it would have a challenge on Friday night when it took on NorthWood in the sectional semifinals on the Lady Panthers home court. NorthWood came in ranked No. 11 in Class 3A but played like it was No. … Read More

Caruso Running for Superior II Judge

Mark E. Caruso

Mark E. Caruso, former Kosciusko County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, has announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for Superior Court II Judge. Caruso attended Indiana University School of Law, graduating in 1992. While a student, Caruso was employed as an intern in the Marion County Prosecutor’s office felony … Read More