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Semi Sought in Pierceton Auto Accident

At approximately 10:11 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 29, Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department, Multi-Township EMS and Pierceton Fire Department responded to a wreck on US 30 near 450 East. According to First Sergeant Chad Hill of KCSD, Darrel Gene Huffman, 64, of Columbia City, was traveling westbound on US 30. … Read More

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Dawson Officially Charged In Battery Of Female

Bryan Lee Dawson, 38, North Hartzler St., Warsaw, has officially been charged with criminal confinement, a level 5 felony and domestic battery, class A misdemeanor, following an incident 10:41 p.m. Friday, Sept. 26. Dawson was arrested and initially charged with battery with a deadly weapon and held on … Read More

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Victims Identified In US 30 SR 19 Crash

Kosciusko County Coroner’s Office has confirmed the identity of the two individuals involved in the motor vehicle fatality crash, Saturday Sept. 27, along US 30 in Kosciusko County (see related). The driver of the fatality vehicle was identified as Jenann Patz, 57, of Crown Point, Ind. She was … Read More

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Democrats For Life of America Endorse Kolbe

The committee to elect David Kolbe, District 22, Indiana House of Representatives, announces that Democrats for Life of America, representing over 20 million pro-life Democrats in the United States, has officially endorsed the candidacy of David Kolbe. Executive Director, Kristen Day, states the following: Democrats for Life of … Read More

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Joe’s Kids Expands Staff And Services

Joe’s Kids is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit pediatric rehabilitation clinic in Warsaw that provides physical, occupational, and speech therapy to children with special needs or developmental delays. Joe’s Kids began serving Kosciusko County in February 2014 and is currently providing therapy services to over 100 children each week. Having … Read More

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Warm Up A Stranger

The weather is definitely changing and many people have started going through closets sorting through and finding jackets or coats that are too small or finding ones that haven’t been worn for sometime. Why not give those coats to someone who may need a jacket or coat to … Read More

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Sea Scout Ship: Inclined To Serve With Wheelchair Ramps

For Sea Scout Ship 5007 of Syracuse, the third time was a charm. Then again, times one and two weren’t too shabby, either. Skipper Ron Sims and several members of the ship’s crew recently installed a wheelchair ramp for a needy recipient at her mobile home near Cromwell. … Read More

Winners of the BAKFC Great Bowls of Fire Chili Cookoff and cornhole tournament (from left) Brett Harter CGP, Freeman & Harter Custom Homes, BAKFC Board President, and IBA Builder Area Vice President congratulating Tina Goon, Lake Area Promotional Specialties on her second place people’s choice win for her Chili Entry; Doug Harvey CGB CGR CGP CAPS, Coplen Construction; receiving his first place people’s choice winnings for his Chili Entry; and Joni Truex, BAKFC Executive Officer. 
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BAKFC Announces Great Bowls Of Fire Winners

  The second annual Great Bowls of Fire Chili Cookoff and Cornhole Tournament was held on Saturday, Sept. 27, at Coldwell Banker RWG, host sponsor. The weather was spectacular and everyone enjoyed chili tasting, cornhole tournament participation and spectating and beer sampling provided by Mad Anthony’s. Chili entry … Read More


Results Of High Visibility Enforcement Zone

Article by SEAN HOLMES Elkhart County Traffic Safety Partnership Coordinator The Elkhart County Traffic Safety Partnership conducted a High Visibility Enforcement Zone over the weekend with the goal of bringing awareness to the issue of impaired driving. The Enforcement zone was very successful at locating several violations. The … Read More

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BREAKING: Accident On US 30, 450 East

Emergency personnel are currently responding to an accident located on US 30 and 450 East. According to Reporter John Faulkner, though police were initially unable to locate the accident, a pick-up truck involved in the accident was located down an embankment. One adult male was extricated from the … Read More


Stolen Moped Leads To Standoff

A stolen moped leads Warsaw Police to a meth lab and a wanted felon who barricaded himself inside a local hotel. According to a press release from Warsaw Police Department, yesterday morning, Warsaw Police located a stolen moped outside of the Victory Hotel, located at 223 W. Jefferson … Read More

Taking a break from selling tickets to the North Webster Community Center Heart of the Community Auction and Raffle are left, Stu Coverstone, Janet Miller and Jon Sroufe. All are center board members and were in the North Webster NewMarket parking lot. One of the grand prizes, a UTV, is seen behind them. The event is from 5 p.m.-9 p.m., Saturday, at the center, 301 N. Main St. (SR 13). 
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Auction Benefiting NWCC To Be Held Saturday

The time is almost here for the North Webster Community Center Heart of the Community Charity Auction and Raffle. It will be held from 5 p.m.-9 p.m. Saturday at the center, 301 N. Main St., (SR 13) North Webster. It is advised that those who wish to attend … Read More

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ISP Reminds Hunters About Dangers Of Meth Lab Trash

By SGT. RON GALAVIZ Public Information Officer, ISP Fort Wayne District 22 Hunting season is now upon us in Northeast Indiana, and with that in mind, the potential exists that some deer and small game hunters may come across trash left behind by those who have manufactured methamphetamine. … Read More

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World Class Chalk Artist Visits Syracuse Elementary

Recently, Syracuse Elementary fourth and fifth-grade students had the unique and special opportunity to visit with and learn from one of the world’s foremost chalk artists. David Zinn came to the school as part of Honeywell Center’s Educational Outreach program, which “provides curriculum-based arts-in-education experiences for students in … Read More

Hunter Education Course Offered

A hunter education course will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 18 and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 19 at the Tippecanoe Community Center, 18325 SR 331, Tippecanoe. Participants must attend both days to receive certification. Those who are interested need to preregister online … Read More

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UPDATE: Accident At US 30 and SR 19

Two individuals are dead after a fiery crash this afternoon in Kosciusko County. Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department deputies and emergency personnel responded this afternoon to a reported three-vehicle crash at the intersection of U.S. 30 and State Road 19. Officers from Bourbon Police Department were the first to … Read More

Braiton Spivey, Audrey Musgrave and Elliette Pulley try to reel in a “fish” at today’s North Webster Heart of the Harvest Fall Festival. 
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Heart Of The Harvest Festival A Success

It felt more like summer at today’s North Webster Heart of the Harvest Fall Festival. Sunny skies and temperatures in the middle 70s proved to be the perfect back-drop for the annual festival. The festival is sponsored by the North Webster-Tippecanoe Township Chamber of Commerce. “We couldn’t have … Read More

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Center For Lakes And Streams’ Outdoor Classroom

Learning doesn’t always happen in the classroom. The Center for Lakes and Streams has been teaching students in outdoor classrooms since 2008. On these field days – this year’s was held at Lucerne Park in Warsaw – staff from CLS and Grace College students set up learning stations … Read More

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SR 5 To Be Closed Between US 30 and US 33

The Indiana Department of Transportation announces beginning Monday, Sept. 29 SR 5 will be closed from US 30 to US 33. INDOT maintenance crews will be replacing two drainage pipes between CR 75S and CR 100N, in addition to a third pipe just south of Cromwell between CR … Read More

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Dignity, Growth And Opportunity: The Mission of Cardinal Services

By MICHELLE BOXELL Community Relations (Editor’s Note: This is the ninth in a series of articles featuring the people and programs of Cardinal Services in their 60th anniversary year) In early 2014 the Cardinal Services’ Board of Directors crafted and adopted a new mission statement which would more … Read More