Milford News

Higher Calling Leads To Hypnotherapy

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Angie Hernandez never set out to become a hypnotist. She had never been hypnotized. She was not familiar with the legitimacy (or illegitimacy, for that matter) of the trade. She did not know the first place to begin. She also happily owned — and still does own — … Read More

Milford Town Council Unveils Plaque

Milford Town Council held its monthly session Monday evening at Milford Town Hall. In recognition of April being Month of the Military Child, the council unveiled a plaque recognizing the sacrifices children of servicemen and servicewomen make for the ultimate benefit of the nation. The plaque will be … Read More

Changes In Works For Milford Parking


By Keith Knepp Staff Writer Two Milford business owners voiced their complaints about early morning downtown parking restrictions during Monday night’s town council meeting. Katie Cockrill of Lizard’s Bar and Grill and Kerry Hartman of the Turf Bar spoke during the public forum portion of the meeting to … Read More

Milford Cancels Freeze Warning

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For the last several weeks Milford has been under a freeze warning. Townspeople were encouraged to leave a small trickle of water running at night to prevent pipes from freezing and bursting. The warning was officially lifted this morning by Milford Utilities Superintendent Randy Veach. It is no … Read More

Barth RV Owners Invited To Anniversary Rally

Registration is underway at the Elkhart County Campgrounds for a 50th anniversary rally of Barth RV owners who will gather May 29 through June 1. Organizers already have more than 40 Barths of all models signed up for this much anticipated gathering. Barth RVs were manufactured in Milford … Read More

Wawasee Plans To Expand Project Lead The Way

Teacher Allen Coblentz, left, helps student Austin Krizman with a wiring circuit simulation board during the digital electronics class at Wawasee High School. It is one of the Project Lead The Way classes offered at the school.

There is a noticeable increase in the emphasis being placed on hands-on, engaging learning in school classrooms. While traditional classroom lecturing still has value, it is less likely to engage students in the learning process. Within the Wawasee Community School Corp., one way hands-on learning has been implemented … Read More

Dewart Lake Residents Oppose Seaplane Base

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Will a public seaplane base be squashed, or move forward in the process before a final decision is made? Residents of Dewart Lake and the petitioner, Randy Strebig, may know more in a month. Yet a final decision could still be six months to a year away. An … Read More

Crime Of The Week


This week’s Crime Stopper Crime of the Week comes from the files of Milford Police Department. On Feb. 13, the Milford Police Department responded to a hit and run accident at PIG Tech, 401 E. Syracuse St, Milford. Between 9 a.m. and 11:30 a.m., a parked black Volkswagen … Read More

Coroner: Milford Fire Victim Positively Identified

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The Kosciusko County Coroner’s Office has today confirmed the identity of the second body that was found in a Milford body shop after it burned on Feb. 13. The male body found by firefighters was located within the first floor of the structure. The remains have been determined … Read More

UPDATE: Milford Water Boil Lifted

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The water boil in Milford has been lifted. Milford Utilities Superintendent Randy Veach notified at 9:33 a.m. this morning to confirm that the water in Milford is again safe for consumption. A water boil was issued Friday after a water main break in town. (See related) … Read More

Rollover Near Milford

Milford Fire Department work to free Cammy Leffert from her overturned vehicle.

Cammy Leffert, Warsaw, suffered minor injuries when her Yukon went off the road this morning. The Yukon hit a NIPSCO pole and rolled onto its top. The accident was reported at 8:40 a.m. in front of 806 W. CR 1350N, north of Milford. Leffert suffered unknown minor injuries … Read More

Water Available For Milford Residents

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As first reported by last night, Milford residents remain under a boil order today while the utilities department works to repair a water main break. Milford Utilities Superintendent Randy Veach said the order is in effect until further notice. Residents are requested to boil water before consuming … Read More