Grace Softball Squad Posts First Win

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PULASKI, Tenn. – The Grace College softball team notched its first victory of the season on Saturday, coming back to beat Bryan 8-7 at the Martin Methodist Meltdown. The Lady Lancers (1-3) also fell 10-3 to No. 11 Lindsey Wilson in the final game of the tournament. Brooke … Read More

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

Huntington Edges Past Lancers

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HUNTINGTON – Grace and No. 16 Huntington tangled in an instant classic in Crossroads League men’s basketball competition as the Foresters pulled out a 64-62 victory on Saturday. The Lancers (16-11; 8-8 CL) had six field goal attempts and three free throws in the final 4:49, but they … Read More

Willis E. Berkey

Willis E. Berkey, 87, of Bourbon passed away February 14, 2014 at St Joseph Regional Medical Center in Mishawaka. He was born April 22, 1926 to Harry and Bertha (Schrock) Berkey. He married Sara Harris on Aug 11, 2006; she survives. Willis was preceded in death by his … Read More

Jo Ann (Fielding) Bernthal

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Jo Ann Bernthal, 70, of Leesburg, Ind., passed away at 1:05 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 15, 2014, at Mason’s Healthcare & Rehab in Warsaw, Ind. She was born on Jan. 23, 1944, in Detroit, Mich., to Edward P. and Suzanna (Candell) Fielding. She grew up in Michigan, graduated from Edison … Read More

Wawasee Frosh 1-1 In NLC Tourney

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WARSAW – The Wawasee freshman boys basketball team posted a 1-1 mark Saturday in the Northern Lakes Conference tournament held at WCHS. The Warriors opened play with a 33-19 loss to Northridge. Tim Conley scored nine points and Adrian Crabb had seven. Wawasee then bounced back to top … Read More

Cold Shooting Costly To Grace

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WINONA LAKE – The Grace College women’s basketball team suffered its worst shooting performance of the season on Saturday afternoon in a 57-39 defeat to No. 21 Huntington. The Lady Lancers (14-14; 10-6 Crossroads League) shot 26 percent from the floor, including a 5-for-27 performance (19 percent) in … Read More

Kosciusko REMC 2014 Youth Programs

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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

Evelyn M. Hyde

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Evelyn M. Hyde, 69, of Warsaw, Ind., passed away at 11:10 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014, in Kosciusko Community Hospital. She was born June 16, 1944, in Warsaw, to Ira R. and Annabelle (Tyson) Pratt. On June 17, 1960, she married Ira L. Hyde in Warsaw. Evelyn was … Read More

Robert G. ‘Bob’ Showalter — PENDING

Robert G. “Bob” Showalter, 84, of Leesburg, Ind., passed away Friday, Feb. 14, 2014, at his winter home in Yalaha, Fla. Arrangements are pending at Owen Family Funeral Home, SR 13 and CR 500 North, North Webster, Ind. … Read More

Bowen Center Offering C.A.P.S. Program

Bowen Center will present a program of Child and Parent Services designed to add another tool to every parent’s toolbox. Bowen Center will host a free 10-week parenting class beginning March 12. The class will be held at the Kosciusko Bowen Center at 850 N. Harrison St., Warsaw, … Read More

WCPL Announces 1,000 Book Program

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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

Nappanee Public Library Announcements

Rainbow Loom Workshop at Nappanee Library The Nappanee Public Library is getting in on the latest craze among creative kids! Join special guest instructor, Kamryn Koble, age 13, for a Rainbow Loom workshop on Monday, March 3, from 4:00 – 5:00 p.m.  Kamryn will help “loomers” age six … 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

Winter Class Registration at the Y

Kosciusko Community YMCA will be starting their second session of winter classes on February 24.  Classes will run through April 6. Classes in Youth Development will include sports classes for preschoolers, swim lessons, and gymnastics classes for all ages. Classes that promote the Healthy Living aspect of your … Read More

Caruso Running for Superior II Judge

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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