UPDATE: Silver Alert Cancelled

Suzanne La Brash

UPDATE: The Silver Alert for Suzanne La Brash has been cancelled. Brownsburg Police are investigating the disappearance of an adult female from Brownsburg, Ind., which is located approximately 19 miles west of Indianapolis. Suzanne La Brash, 77, is 5’5″ tall, weighs 159 pounds and has ear length grey … Read More

Diversity Rally In Warsaw

Diversity Rally steering committee members met to finalize plans for the Saturday, April 26, rally at Fountain Plaza, Central Park, Warsaw. From the left are Linda Francis, Brenda Rigdon, Karen Kusserow and Aimee Platz. Sarah Richardson is not pictured.

The steering committee for the first Diversity Rally met recently to finalize their plans for the upcoming event. When asked why they were involved in organizing this event, the steering committee members had a lot to say. Linda Francis stated, ”I am excited to be part of a … Read More

Harrison Elementary Class Wins Reading Contest

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Recently Mrs. Kinsey’s fourth grade class from Harrison Elementary participated in a national reading contest through Achieve 3000, an online reading program. Students read articles at their level and completed comprehension activities and earned points for completion and accuracy. The winning classes were determined by the high average … Read More

WCHS Choir, Band, Wind Ensemble Host Concert

The Warsaw Community High School Wind Ensemble, Concert Band, Beginning Choirs and Festival Choir will present their spring Showcase Concert on Tuesday, April 22. The concert will held in the Performing Arts Center at Warsaw Community High School beginning with the choirs at 7 p.m., and the bands … Read More

North Webster Library Announcements

Virginia Keller of North Webster read the most mysteries in the library’s Mystery Marathon contest. She was awarded the first place prize at last week’s National Library Week Celebration. (Photo provided)

She’s back! The Herb Lady (aka Janette Stackhouse) has returned to start off the growing season with her popular Hooked on Herbs Class series that begins at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, May 3. In this first class, Janette will share what she has learned through trial and error over … Read More

BeLove Joins MudLOVE Family

From left are Joni Truex, Builders Association  and WK Chamber Ambassador; Marah Grant, Belove; Jeremy Marsh, The Village at Winona; Silas Wright (child), Belove; Whitney Wright, owner of Belove; Luke Wright, owner of Belove; Becky Plummer, Staffmark and WK Chamber Ambassador; Joel Wihebrink, Wihebrink Landscape Management and WK Chamber board; Susan Grossman, Warsaw's Secret Fitness and WK Chamber Ambassador; Gina Clevenger, Clevenger Insurance and WK Chamber board; and Renea Salyer, WK Chamber VP Member Relations. (Photo provided)

The Warsaw Kosciusko County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for BeLove located at 804G Park Ave., Winona Lake, at The Village at Winona. BeLove is described as “the marriage of bel kai and MudLOVE.” The cozy garage that is now the home of Belove started as … Read More

Astronomical Society Conducting Public Event


TIPPECANOE, Ind. – The Warsaw Astronomical Society will be conducting a public observing night hosted by Potawatomi Wildlife Park Saturday evening, April 26, 1 hour after dark at the park observing field. Observing is pending clear skies. Call ahead if partly cloudy. Plan to attend and discover the universe … Read More

Award Winning Dance Troupe Presents Concert

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Class Act Dance Troupe brings their award-winning pieces to the Warsaw Community High School Performing Arts Center on Saturday, April 26, at 3 p.m. This non-profit performing company was created in 1986 to provide students with additional opportunities to utilize their dance training and has grown into much … Read More

Warsaw Announces Compost Giveaways, Leaf Pick-Up

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To help celebrate Earth Week, the city of Warsaw Department of Public Works has scheduled compost give-aways for the following Saturdays: April 26, May 3, May 10, May 17 and May 24. The public is invited to bring trailers, dump trucks, pickup trucks and/or small containers between 8 … Read More

Sacred Heart Students Pie And Play Principal

Sacred Heart second grader, Luke Ford, won “Principal for the Day”, and second grader, Jack Hill, won a chance to throw a pie at Sacred Heart Principal, Mr. James Faroh. These were some of the prizes from the “You Can Lend a Hand” Burger King Fundraiser. This was … Read More

Plaxton And The Void Performing Tomorrow

Plaxton & the Void 2014

Kosciusko’s Got Talent winners Plaxton & the Void have been quietly working away on a new album since last fall. But with the new album nearly completed, the band is ready to bring it’s new songs to the public with a a couple of shows on April 19. First, the … Read More

Hawks Center Apartment Project Breaks Ground

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A large crowd comprised of dignitaries and curious guests witnessed the official commencement of the Hawks Arts & Enterprise Center apartment project today by attending the LaCasa, Inc., and DJ Construction co-sponsored groundbreaking ceremony. LaCasa, Inc., has contracted with DJ Construction Company, Inc., for the redevelopment of the … Read More

Sacred Heart Third Graders Pass IREAD-3

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  Sacred Heart School Third Graders along with Mrs. Sharon Roe (teacher),  Mrs. Patti Faroh (teacher), Mrs. Deb Wiseman (teacher assistant) and Mr. James L. Faroh, Sr., (principal) pose for a picture by their outdoor school sign.  The class had a celebration of their special accomplishment! … Read More

Lake City Bank Included On Bank Honor Roll

Lake City Bank, the single bank subsidiary of Lakeland Financial Corporation (Nasdaq:LKFN), announced today that the bank was included in the KBW Bank Honor Roll published by Keefe Bruyette and Woods (KBW). This represents the third consecutive year that the bank has been included in the KBW Honor … Read More

Lake City Bank Brings Triton ‘Reality Store’

A special thanks is extended to Lake City Bank for bringing their “reality store” to Triton Jr. Sr. High School. Triton’s seventh and eighth grade students were given a job and a salary and experienced managing the expenses that come with everyday life….including, housing, transportation and childcare. Some … Read More

Public Invited To TVS Building Trades Open House

The Tippecanoe Valley High School Building Trades program, under the direction of instructor, Wes Backus, will host an open house from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 25. The open house features the home built for Lynn Montelongo at 8482 S. 1200 W., Mentone. The home is … Read More