WCS Hosts Pre-Registration For All Schools

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Pre-registration for all Warsaw Community Schools began Monday and continues through May 30. Families that currently attend WCS are encouraged to pre-register their children for the 2014-2015 school year. Pre-registration can be accomplished using the WCS PowerSchool system. Log-in information was sent to families prior to spring break. … Read More

Governor’s FEMA Appeal Is Successful

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Governor Mike Pence received word today that the Federal Emergency Management Agency has granted his appeal for federal assistance for the severe winter storms that impacted much of the state from Jan. 5-9. The major disaster declaration from FEMA will allow grants to 19 counties, including Kosciusko County. … Read More

Fort Wayne Zoo Announces Exhibit Rennovations

When the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo opens for the 2014 season on Saturday, new animals will share the spotlight with a new look for the 27-year-old Australian Adventure exhibit. “We are completely reimagining the Australian Adventure,” says Zoo Director Jim Anderson. “It’s going to be more exciting than … Read More

Chamber Pops-In At Wetzel Insurance

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  The Warsaw Kosciusko County Chamber of Commerce held a member pop-in at Wetzel Insurance Agency located at 2506 E. Center St., Warsaw. Wetzel Insurance Agency has been one of the leading insurance agencies in Indiana since 1928. Wetzel works with only the most reputable insurance companies and … Read More

Effects Of Domestic Violence Is Long Lasting

The effects of domestic violence on children can be long lasting and perpetuates the vicious cycle of abuse into the next generation. That’s why Beaman Home Executive Director, Tracie Hodson, wants to remind community members that children who have witnessed domestic violence are more likely to experience depression, … Read More

Triton Students Participate In Outdoor Education

(From left) John Gardner, Colton Marr, Trent Barnhart., and Haley Rensberger. In the marsh investigation picture left to right Colton Marr, Hannah Shaw, Haley Rensberger, Katie Hochstedler, Hadassah Chupp, and Trent Barnhart. (Photo provided)

The Triton Elementary School fifth grade students participated in an outdoor education program at the Amigo Centre in Sturgis, Mich., on April 17-18. Students participated in archery, canoeing, animal tracking, cooperative activities and fishing. They also took classes on macroinvertebrates and marsh investigation. This is the 18th year for … Read More

National Day Of Prayer Event In Winona Lake

A National Day of Prayer event will be held beginning at noon Saturday, May 1, in the Rodeheaver Auditorium, Winona Lake, to pray for the community and the country. The theme for this year is “One Voice United In Prayer.” Dr. Erik Ohman, pastor of Warsaw Evangelical Presbyterian … Read More

Claypool Church Hosts Steak Dinner

Claypool United Methodist Church will be serving a baked steak dinner from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, May 2. The church is located at 302 E. Section St., Claypool. Cost for the meal will be $8 for adults, $4 for youth ages 7 to 12. Children age 6 … Read More

Survivors Welcome At Relay For Life Ceremony, Dinner

The Noble County Relay For Life is all about those affected by cancer, so a Survivor Ceremony and dinner will be offered during the 2014 Relay on Saturday, May 17. The ceremony will start at 5 p.m. with the dinner right afterward, for survivors who are also encouraged … Read More

Preschool Students Visit Warsaw Fire Station

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Greater Warsaw Cooperative Preschool visited the Warsaw Fire Station No. 1 last week to learn about fire safety. The students learned about what they can do to help prevent fires, safety measures if a fire occurs, and at school the students practiced Stop, Drop and Roll. … Read More

Kosciusko REMC Celebrates 75th Annual Meeting

A long-standing cooperative tradition, this year’s annual meeting marks the 75th for Kosciusko REMC. On Saturday, April 26, the meeting will take place at Warsaw Community Church, 2300 Ranch Rd., Warsaw. The business meeting will convene at 10 a.m. and includes the board election, executive reports, entertainment and … Read More

Grace College Students Honored At Intern Luncheon

On Feb. 5, Indiana INTERNnet celebrated internship excellence at the 8th annual IMPACT Awards luncheon in Indianapolis. Indiana INTERNnet exists to increase the quantity and quality of experiential learning in the state of Indiana in order to retain top talent. It is a free internship-matching program linking employers, … Read More

Two Sentenced On Federal Drug Charges


The United States Attorney’s Office announced the following activity in Northern District federal court, Fort Wayne: Whitney Sparkman, 26, of Warsaw, was sentenced to two years probation after pleading guilty to the felony offense of conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance. According to documents filed in the case, … Read More

Syracuse Public Library Announcements

Creating a Vision Board Workshop  Adults are invited to a workshop conducted by Angie Hernandez, certified hypnotherapist, on Tuesday, April 29. The Syracuse Library is hosting the free workshop in the meeting room from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Hernandez will explain this powerful method while everyone glues … Read More

Drug Take-Back Locations Announced


Kosciusko and Whitley counties are among those taking part in the National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day this Saturday. Over 5,600 collection sites will be established across the country this year as part of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s initiative to prevent drug abuse. Prescription medications (no liquids or needles) … Read More

Splatter Dash For Joe’s Kids

Joe’s Kids is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit clinic in Warsaw that provides physical, occupational and speech therapy to children with special needs in Kosciusko County and the surrounding areas. Joe’s Kids provides care to children with a wide variety of diagnoses, including autism, cerebral palsy, stroke, Down Syndrome, and … Read More