Severe Thunderstorm Warning

The National Weather Service in Northern Indiana issued a severe thunderstorm warning for southern Elkhart County, northeastern Fulton County, Kosciusko County, East Central LaPorte County, Marshall County, southern St. Joseph County and Starke County, at 4:51 p.m. The warning is in effect until 5:30 p.m. Towns in it’s … Read More

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KCSD Apprehends Alleged North Webster Bank Robber

Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Deputies have apprehended and arrested the suspect from last week’s North Webster bank robbery. Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department deputies and detectives took the alleged suspect involved in last week’s bank robbery of the Key Bank into custody without incident this morning, just north of Warsaw. … Read More

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Annual Scout’s Cubmobile Race in Warsaw, Road Closure

The annual Scout’s Cubmobile Race is coming to Warsaw this weekend. Scouts from all over the Lincolnway District, including Cub Scout Pack 3731 from Warsaw, will be in downtown Warsaw on Sept. 20, racing their handmade race carts for trophies. Scouts will be competing in different weight classes. … Read More

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WCS Hosts STEM Bus Ribbon Cutting Tuesday

Warsaw Community Schools is excited to announce the mobile STEM laboratory, entitled W.I.L.L. (Warsaw Inquiry Learning Laboratory), ribbon cutting ceremony to be held at 11 a.m. on Sept. 23, 2014, at the Warsaw Community School Central Office, 1 Administration Drive, Warsaw. Tours of the bus and detailed information … Read More

VA Official Acknowledges Link Delays in Care and Deaths

For those who may have missed the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee (HVAC) hearing yesterday, Department of Veterans’ Affairs (VA) officials testified before HVAC and admitted they failed to review records of 5,600 veterans who were on waiting lists for appointments, which might have resulted in additional patients deaths. … Read More

IDCS Announces Adoption Subsidy Litigation Resolution

The Indiana Department of Child Services (DCS) and Cohen & Malad, LLP announced today that an agreement has been submitted to the LaPorte Superior Court for approval to provide $15.1 million to more than 1,800 children who were adopted from the state’s foster care system. The agreement calls … Read More


Nisly Makes Visit To OAMTC

Curt Nisly, Republican Candidate for District 22 Representative met with Tom Till, the director of advanced manufacturing at the Warsaw Ivy Tech Orthopedic & Advanced Manufacturing Training Center Thursday. He was able to take a tour of the facility and learn about the ways they are working to … Read More

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Kubacki Receives Friend Of Children Award

State Representative Rebecca Kubacki (R-Syracuse) was presented with the Friend of Children Award by the Indiana Association of Resources and Child Advocacy on Tuesday. “The children of Indiana have benefited from her service to all citizens over the past four years, and we know that she will continue … Read More

Walorski Staff Office Hours Announced

Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) reminds constituents a member of her staff will be holding office hours to assist constituents with casework and official business. Residents who cannot attend the listed office hours are encouraged to contact (574) 204-2645 to schedule an appointment. The Rochester district office, located at … Read More

Major Study Planned For County Non-Profits

Updentity, an internationally acclaimed marketing company, will be conducting a first of its kind survey about the state of advertising among non-profits in Kosciusko County. This survey is sponsored by the North Webster-Tippecanoe Township Chamber of Commerce. Recent statistics say that 75 percent of donors go online to … Read More

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Purdue Shooter Sentenced Today In Court

Today, the Purdue University student who admitted to stabbing and shooting a classmate in January will learn his fate. Cody Cousins, 24, admitted in a Tippecanoe County courtroom last month (see related) that he murdered fellow Purdue University student Andrew Boldt. With the guilty plea, special public defender Kirk Freeman … Read More


Syracuse BZA Approves Three Cases

Syracuse Board of Zoning Appeals approved three cases Thursday and welcomed a new board member. Phillip Mock’s petition for a variance to allow the construction of a residence addition 16.2 feet from the right of way was approved. Mock’s property is located at 211 N. Front St. His … Read More


ISP Unveils Electronic Firearms Application Process

Today, the Indiana State Police unveiled a new electronic firearms application process that will be in effect beginning Oct. 1. The new process will remove the “paper” application and after Oct. 1 only electronic applications will be accepted. Firearms permits issued after Oct. 1 will also be hard … Read More


FBI Adds Animal Cruelty To National Crime Report

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director James B. Comey officially announced a historic change in the identification and reporting of animal cruelty crime statistics. The FBI will now report animal cruelty crimes as a separate offense under the agency’s Uniform Crime Report (UCR) Program, the prime source of … Read More

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UPDATE: Accident On Packerton Road

UPDATE: According to a report from the Winona Lake Police Department, at 5:11 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 17, Joyce M. Destefano, 60, Patty Place, Fort Wayne, attempted to turn north from 225 South onto Packerton Road in Winona Lake. In doing so, she pulled into the path of … Read More

Democrats Urge For Movement On Women’s Issues

Today, Indiana Democratic Party Vice Chair Cordelia Lewis-Burks joined with local candidates on another stop of the “We Can Do Better” tour. Accompanying her at Sweeney Hayes, LLC, a woman-owned law firm in downtown Indianapolis, was J.D. Ford, Candidate for State Senate District 29, and Debra Jenkins, candidate … Read More

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Marlin Stutzman Honored For Service

U.S. Congressman Marlin Stutzman issued the following statement after receiving awards from the NFIB, National Taxpayers Union’s, and Competitive Enterprise Institute for his work fighting for regulatory relief and lower taxes. “The NFIB, National Taxpayers Union, and Competitive Enterprise Institute are terrific organizations that provide an important voice … Read More