Milford News

Council Says ‘Not So Fast’ To Bobcat

During its monthly meeting Monday night, Milford Town Council tabled a proposal presented by utilities commissioner Randy Veach to purchase a new Bobcat utility vehicle for his department. Full consideration of the request was delayed until next month’s meeting as a result of mandated town budget cuts scheduled … Read More

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The Milford Mail: Celebrating 75th Anniversary

By RON BAUMGARTNER Publisher, The Papers Incorporated My life has never strayed far from 206 South Main Street in Milford. When my father bought The Milford Mail from Carlyle Barnes and A. J. Forbing in August 1939, along with the newspaper business there was a two-story building; print … Read More

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Milford Valley Helps Feed WCS Students

Growing boys and girls have to eat. There’s no denying that. And from August to June, most kids eat the majority of their meals in their school’s cafeteria. That’s a lot of meals that school systems are providing. Warsaw Community Schools has a total enrollment of about 7,300 … Read More

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KCSD Officers Apprehend Burglary Suspect

Kosciusko County Officers apprehended a burglary suspect Wednesday morning, just north of Leesburg, within 12 minutes of the crime. Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department Deputies were advised of a burglary in progress Wednesday morning at approximately 10:18 a.m., along with a suspect that was fleeing the residence 6008 North, … Read More

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Emergency Personnel Hold Monthly Dive Practice

Reports of police officer vehicles, a van and fire vehicles at Camelot Lake, Milford, was received this morning. Upon investigation, there is no cause for alarm. Members of the Warsaw Police Department Aquatic Unit are at the lake for their monthly dive practice. Dive team members are from … Read More


Milford To Address Dog Bite Incidents

During Monday night’s regular meeting of the Milford Town Council, town marshal Rich Miotto noted there have been three dog biting incidents in Milford during the last few weeks. He sought the council’s guidance in enforcing the existing town ordinance regarding dangerous animals. It was noted that, according to … Read More


Redevelopment Commission Approves Sewer Project Budget

Beginning at 10 a.m. Monday, Milford Redevelopment Commission members gathered for the monthly meeting. Two new business topics were discussed, including the budget for new equipment at the sewage plant. All commission members were present: Dan Brown, Doug Ruch, Charles Bird, Charlotte Siegfried and Joellen Free. During the … Read More

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Sold! 12th Annual Sale of Champions

The 12th Annual Sale of Champions saw 17 4-H champion and reserve champion animals go up on the auction block as well as the 4-H king and queen kisses tonight. Several younger 4-Hers looked a little unsure about whether they wanted to auction their animals off during the … Read More


Cicero Youth Hurt In Milford ATV Accident

Indiana Conservation Officers investigated an ATV accident which occurred on July 5 at approximately 2:15 p.m. in Milford. Stephanie Hernandez, 14, of Cicero, was airlifted by Lutheran Air Ambulance to Fort Wayne where she was treated for head injuries and released.The ATV which Hernandez was a passenger on … Read More


Power Restoration Efforts Continue

Now into day two of efforts to recover from Monday night’s severe storms, Kosciusko REMC and NIPSCO report crews are continuing to work around the clock to restore power to well over 120,000 customers who were left in the dark. Kosciusko REMC and additional crews worked through the night … Read More