Secretary of State Champions Voting to Honor Veterans

INDIANAPOLIS — Today, Secretary of State Connie Lawson launches the Vote in Honor of a Veteran program. This program is designed to help Hoosiers share a story about the role that service to our country plays in civic participation. “There are never enough ways for us to say, … Read More


IBP Sponsors Safe Prescription Drug Disposal in Warsaw

On Saturday, Sept. 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Hoosiers will have the opportunity to dispose of their expired or unwanted prescription drugs. The Indiana Board of Pharmacy and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration will sponsor five locations throughout Indiana as part of National Prescription Drug Take … Read More


Indiana BMV Announces Excise Tax Refund

Don Snemis, Commissioner of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) announced today that the BMV has determined that some customers are entitled to excise tax refunds. The BMV will work with the Indiana Department of Revenue to issue those refunds. “The BMV has determined that some Hoosier’s … Read More

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Syracuse-Wawasee Trails Committee Adds 27 Signs

The Syracuse-Wawasee Trails Committee installed 27 signs recently along portions of the trail, it was mentioned at Monday night’s meeting. The signs were installed starting at Eastshore Drive, going down Pickwick Drive to Cornelius, Harkless Drive up to the high school and to the tracks at Main Street. … Read More

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S-W Trails Commitee Addresses Concerns

Community members, mainly property owners along East Northshore Drive, were present at Monday’s Syracuse-Wawasee Trails Committee meeting. There has been some concern among homeowners regarding recent trail construction near their properties. The concern stems from the fact that, in accordance with a contract with the county highway department … Read More

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Wawasee Has Preliminary Increase In Numbers

Friday, exactly one month since the start of the 2014-15 school year, was the first head count day for public schools in Indiana to begin submitting enrollment reports to the Indiana Department of Education. Wawasee’s preliminary numbers are showing a notable increase compared to the same time last … Read More


Warsaw Common Council Approves Advertised Budget

At the Warsaw Common Council meeting on Sept. 15, the council approved a preliminary draft of the 2015 city budget. The draft proposed a budget of $26,105,081 with a tax rate of 1.4342 percent. The current budget proposal is not the final draft. Mayor Joe Thallemer explained at … Read More


Kosciusko Democrats Host Jefferson-Jackson Dinner

The Kosciusko County Democratic Party graciously welcomes the public to our 2014 Jefferson-Jackson Dinner. This year’s speakers are Indiana Democratic Party State Chairman John Zody, Third Congressional District Nominee Justin Kuhnle, State Representative Candidate David Kolbe, as well as candidates for County Council, Dan Damron, and County Commissioner, … Read More

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Annual Forestry Field Day Announces Focus

The 2014 Annual Forestry Field day, a multi-county event, will take place on Saturday, Sept. 20 in Kosciusko County at the Gary Dillon property. It will take place from 9 a.m. to noon, with a program focused on traditional forestry management practices. Featured speakers will include: Bruce Wakeland, … Read More


Kosciusko DUI Taskforce Continuing Patrols, Checkpoints

County and local law enforcement agencies participating in the Kosciusko County DUI Taskforce will continue to conduct roving patrols and sobriety checkpoints during the month of September 2014. This project is made possible through grants received by the Governor’s Council on Impaired and Dangerous Driving. Taskforce Indiana is … Read More

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Only 19 Arrests/Citations at 2014 B100 Concert in SB

SOUTH BEND – Yesterday, South Bend country music radio station B100 celebrated its 20th birthday with a free concert at the St. Joseph County Fairgrounds, which featured performances from Rodney Atkins, Blackhawk, Eric Paslay, Jon Pardi & The Cadillac Three. According to a recent press release, at this … Read More

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Donations Accepted For Operation Treat A Soldier

Treasures for Troops (a soldier support ministry thru The First Freewill Baptist Church Of Kosciusko County) is conducting the fourth annual “Operation Treat a Soldier”. Once again, the opportunity is being given to the people of our community to fill a treat bag for a deployed soldier and … Read More

Enterovirus D68 Confirmed By State Health Officials

INDIANAPOLIS — State health officials announced today that four Lake County children have been confirmed as having had enterovirus D68 (EV-D68), a respiratory illness which can be serious in individuals with underlying medical conditions, such as asthma. The individuals were treated at University of Chicago Hospital and were … Read More

Young Entrepreneurs Visit MudLOVE Pottery

On Sept. 11, at MudLOVE Pottery, Tippecanoe Valley High School students from the Kosciusko County Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) visited MudLOVE Pottery in downtown Warsaw for a behind the scenes look at what it takes to run a successful and fun business that gives back! Kyle Garberson, Operations … Read More

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Community Cruise-In At Ivy Tech

Ivy Tech Community College, Warsaw, will host a Community Cruise-In from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 27, at the Warsaw Main Campus, 2545 Silveus Crossing, just off US 30W. The event will have free admission with lots of food vendors, entertainment games and music. Scheduled events … Read More

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UPDATE: Accident On Colfax And Main Streets

UPDATE: According to a report from the Warsaw Police Department, David O. Taylor, 65, Springhill Road, Warsaw, was traveling south on Colfax Street in Warsaw, and he did not stop for his stop sign. Taylor’s vehicle passed in front of a vehicle driven by Ashlee N. Martin, 30, … Read More

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BREAKING: Hit And Run Driver Arrested

Michael Hullinger, 44, Syracuse, has been arrested and initially charged with leaving the scene of a personal injury accident causing serious bodily injury. Additional charges could be pending. His charges stem from an early morning accident Saturday on Harkless Street, Syracuse, in the area of Bowser Road, which … Read More

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Hoosier Ambush at Paradise Pass

Y’all might be a-wonderin’ what in tarnation is causin’ all that racket over in Etna Green this weekend. That’d be the Hoosier Ambush down at Paradise Pass. The event is the Single Action Shooting Society’s state championship. Bout 150 folks, young and old, came from near and far … Read More