Tigers Rally To Snap Losing Streak

Warsaw's Paul Marandet slices in for two points Tuesday night. Marandet had nine key points in a 52-47 win over Elkhart Christian.

WARSAW – The Warsaw boys basketball team got scoring punch from a likely source and a pair of not so likely sources Tuesday night. The host Tigers needed all of those offensive punches in order to deck a very good Elkhart Christian team too. Senior Jordan Stookey led … Read More

Westview Edges Wawasee

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TOPEKA – A Warrior team was guaranteed to win Tuesday night. For the host Westview Warriors, its tribe came out on top, 58-47, over visiting Wawasee in non-conference boys basketball. Chandler Aspy dropped in a game-high 21 points, seven coming in the fourth quarter, as Westview stretched out … Read More

Treys, Free Throws Key Triton Win

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ROCHESTER – The Triton boys basketball team recovered from a slow start Tuesday night to romp past Rochester. The Trojans were dialed in from distance and fine from the line in whipping the host Zebras 71-49 in non-conference play. Rochester bolted to a 20-15 lead after the opening … Read More

Valley Game Moved To Wednesday


AKRON – The Tippecanoe Valley at Bremen boys basketball game was postponed Tuesday night. The Vikings (12-3) will now play at Bremen (2-13) on Feb. 19 with the junior varsity game starting at 6:15 p.m. Valley will then host Triton Friday night. … Read More

SB Baptist Bests Cougars

Chris Silveus goes up for a basket for LCA Tuesday night. (Photo provided)

SOUTH BEND – The Lakeland Christian Academy boys basketball team dropped a 73-30 final at South Bend Community Baptist Tuesday night. The hosts led 23-9 after the first quarter en route to the win. The trio of Chris Silveus, Connor Blum and Jon Harmon each scored eight points … Read More

Cougars Clip Lancers

Niko Read handles the ball for Grace College Tuesday night during a 75-65 home loss to Mt. Vernon Nazarene (Photo provided by Grace College Sports Information Department)

WINONA LAKE – The Grace College men’s basketball’s regular-season home finale ended in a 75-65 defeat to Mt. Vernon Nazarene on Tuesday night. The Lancers struggled to wrestle the lead from the Cougars in the second half, and Mt. Vernon’s strong shooting (57 percent) kept Grace at bay … Read More

Souper Bowl Returning to Coppes Commons

SOUPER BOWL II Second Saturday

The Souper Bowl is returning to Coppes Commons in Nappanee. Souper Bowl II will be held in the Mill Room from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 8. For those who don’t know, the Souper Bowl is a fund raiser for the Family Christian Development Center. Proceeds will … Read More

Pierceton Church Hosts ABC Chorale

Do you appreciate quality Christian music? Does it encourage your heart when you see vibrant young people with purpose in life? Then you will enjoy the music ministry of the Chorale from Appalachian Bible College. Bethel Baptist Church in Pierceton, located at 1109 W. Market St., extend a … Read More

Jennifer L. Beck


Jennifer L. Beck, 49, of Warsaw, Ind., passed away at 5 a.m. on Feb. 14, 2014, at Koscuisko Community Hospital of Warsaw. On Nov. 3, 1964, Jennifer was born in Gary, Ind., a cherished daughter of Robert G. and Lavada Hardy Beck. As the youngest of five growing … Read More

Mayor Presenting ‘State Of City’ Address

Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer

Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer will give his annual “State of the City” report at tonight’s regular meeting of the Warsaw Common Council. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the council room in city hall, located at the corner of Buffalo and Center streets in downtown Warsaw. Meetings … Read More

Free Community Concert At Emens

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MUNCIE – Join America’s Hometown Band at 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 23. Celebrate 50 years of performance at Emens Auditorium with special guest performances by Keith O’Neal and the Destiny Christian Center Choir, Kevin Woodget and the Living Praise Singers and singer/dancer Indiyah Balfour. This is a … Read More

Goshen Author Reveals ‘Shallow Water’ Secrets


GOSHEN — Author D. Rudd Wise releases book three of his adventures in The Shallow’s Deep Secrets Vol. 3, where he takes the readers on a leisurely segment of mystery and adventure for shallow water treasure hunting. The Shallow’s Deep Secrets Vol. 3, carries the reader along with … Read More

Syracuse Public Library Announcements

Decorated cookies and cards helped some people celebrate Valentine’s Day. The Syracuse Public Library had to reschedule cookie day and finally the weather cooperated. The library had plenty and the young adult book club also had cookies to decorate. (Photo provided)

Knitting and Crocheting Group The Syracuse Library is providing a meeting space for knitters and crocheters from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22. The group is for beginners, who would like help, or experienced people who want to share projects and ideas. Anyone age 8 or … Read More

Local Flooding ‘Possible,’ Not A Certainty


Record breaking cold temperatures and mounting snow accumulations has topped the news much of this winter and now, even with each day bringing us a little closer to spring, it seems the weather will continue to be a hot topic. Meteorologists at the National Weather Service near North … Read More

Trail Committee Discusses Maintenance

A late winter squall kept most members of the Syracuse-Wawasee Trail Committee from venturing out for its regular monthly meeting Monday night. Only Sam Lehman, Donn Baird, Bob Trame and park superintendent Chad Jonsson started the meeting. Dr. Tom Edington and Jerry Wright arrived a bit late. Without a … Read More

Kwik Mart Owner, Clerks Arrested

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The owner and two employees of a Leesburg gas station were taken into police custody last week and charged with selling synthetic drugs. The arrests followed an investigation that spanned several months. According to a Warsaw Police Department press release, police and the Kosciusko County Prosecutor’s Office received … Read More