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Update on Fender Bender on Market Street

At 10:07 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 30, Sandra Moore, 68, of Etna Green, was southbound on an alley, perpendicular to Market Street, between the offices of The Papers Inc. and MudLOVE. Moore stated she thought traffic was clear on Market and attempted to exit the alley. In doing … Read More

Area Police Reports

Warsaw Police Department Officers of the Warsaw Police Department recently investigated the following incident: 8:24 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2000 block of Jalynn Street, Warsaw, a purse/handbag and wallet was found. Syracuse Police Department Officers of the Syracuse Police Department recently investigated the following incident: 9:58 a.m. Sunday, … Read More


ISP Provides Harvest Time Driving Safety Tips

During this time of year farmers are out harvesting their crops which means large farm equipment will be on the roadways. As the farmers move their equipment from field to field motorists are reminded to exercise caution on the roadways particularly on county roads. Remember, some farm implements … Read More

Syracuse Man Grateful To Fire Department

Joseph Littlejohn is alive today thanks to Capt. Bob Tinkey and Derek Patterson of the Turkey Creek Fire Territory and Joseph’s wife, Ann Littlejohn. Littlejohn was organizing fishing gear in his garage last weekend when what he described as a “small honeybee” stung his finger. By the time … Read More


Four Vie For Three Seats On Advisory Board

Four candidates will be running to fill three seats on the Van Buren Township Advisory Board during the Nov. 4 election. Among the candidates are three Republicans: Harry Doty, an incumbent; Stephen Unruh, an incumbent; and newcomer Robert L. Beer. Incumbent Vickie Marquart will be running on the … Read More

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WCS Approves Master Contract, Transportation Tax Levy

The Warsaw Community School Board of Trustees met yesterday for a special board meeting to discuss the adoption of the 2014-2015 collective bargaining agreement between Warsaw Community Education Association and Warsaw Community Schools as well as as the 2015 Warsaw Transportation Fund Maximum Levy Appeal Resolution. According to … Read More


Elkhart County Sheriff’s Deputies Investigate Public Indecency Complaints

By CAPT. JAMES L. BRADBERRY Elkhart County Sheriff’s Department Beginning in July, Elkhart County Sheriff’s Deputies began investigations into complaints of public indecency that was occurring at the River Preserve County Park “Baintertown,” which is located in New Paris. Specific complaints reported sexual activity and nudity at the … Read More


Early Morning Fire In North Webster

North Webster Fire Department was called out shortly after 3 a.m. today (Wednesday), to No. 17 Mid-Lakes Mobile Home Park, Crystal Flash Road, for a mobile home fire. Emergency personnel arriving at the scene reported light smoke coming from the home, owned and occupied by Dan Trofinchuck. Fire … Read More

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Family And Habitat Partner For Home

Habitat for Humanity of Kosciusko County broke ground Tuesday for a new home to be built in partnership with area churches, the community, and most importantly, with the family of Nichole and Joe Roberson. It will be located on Hickory Street, North Webster. Habitat’s Executive Director Mickey Kaufman … Read More


Kosciusko Chamber Of Commerce Hosting Candidates Forum

The Kosciusko County Chamber of Commerce announces a Fall 2014 Candidates Forum, from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 13. The event will be held in the Center Lake Pavilion, 119 E. Canal St., Warsaw. Come and meet participating candidates from 6 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. There … Read More

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Bicentennial Nature Trust Making Lasting Celebration Impact

By BECKY SKILLMAN AND LEE HAMILTON Co-chairs of the Indiana 2016 Bicentennial Commission On Dec. 11, 2016, Indiana will celebrate 200 years of statehood. The Bicentennial Commission is planning a suite of activities to commemorate the occasion throughout 2016, but already the celebration is making an enormous and … Read More

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Nisly Endorsed By NRA

By PAM GALLOWAY Curt Nisly for Indiana State Representative Campaign The Curt Nisly for State Representative campaign announces the endorsement of the National Rifle Association. In response to the NRA endorsement, Nisly stated, “I am so grateful for this endorsement. Our right to bear arms is our most … Read More

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Stutzman Hosting Local Military Academies Information Session

The office of Congressman Marlin Stutzman announces a session will be held in Warsaw for students who are interested in attending a military academy. The session will be held from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 9, in Warsaw Public Library. The sessions will be available for … Read More

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Community School Buddy Challenge For Big Brothers Big Sisters

By Trina Hoy Community Development Director for Kosciusko County and School Buddy Big Brothers Big Sisters recently launched the School Buddy Challenge by holding a call-a-thon hosted by CenturyLink. Ambassadors spent a day calling current School Buddies in an effort to get referrals of other people they know … Read More

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Substantial And Perpetual Gift To Benefit Wawasee

A substantial financial gift from an anonymous Wawasee patron could literally benefit the Wawasee Community School Corp. for a period of 100 years. During a special meeting of the Wawasee school board Tuesday in Syracuse, the board voted to approve the gift. A business is being sold into … Read More


UPDATE: Accident On SR 13/EMS B9 Lane

UPDATE: Vivian Hornaday, age unknown, North Webster, refused treatment at the scene, after being rescued from her overturned Chevrolet Trailblazer. Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Deputies, North Webster Police and emergency personnel responded to the area of SR 13 near the flowing well Tuesday, at approximately 4:10 p.m., regarding an … Read More