Syracuse News

Syracuse Adopts Sewer Rate Ordinance

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Syracuse Town Council adopted a sewer rate ordinance after a public hearing as part of its regular monthly meeting Tuesday night. During the hearing, resident Sharon Fowler asked for what purpose the town is raising sewer rates. Council president Brian Woody explained the wastewater treatment plant is 28 … Read More

Letter To Editor: Vote To Fire Kubacki

Dear Editor, With the Primary Election approaching, the people of Indiana (specifically the 22nd District) need to know a few things about current State Representative Rebecca Kubacki and why it’s time for a change. Mrs. Kubacki has proven time and again that she is a Republican In Name … Read More

GRANDS Support Group Meeting In Syracuse

Grandparents who are raising their grandchildren or are playing an active role in the day to day care of their grandchildren or great grandchildren are rising in number. More than 2.5 million grandparents in the USA are taking on this role. Wawasee Community Schools has many families that … Read More

Jail Bookings

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Kosciusko County The following individuals were recently booked in the Kosciusko County Jail: April 14, 2014 Stacy Brett Pease, 44, 259 EMS R4 Ln., Pierceton, arrested for OWI with a BAC of .15 percent or more. Bond: $550 cash Dallas Lynn Deckys, 33, 416 1/2 W. Main St. … Read More

Six Candidates Vying For Two Judge Seats


A total of six candidates — all Republicans — are seeking two Kosciusko County Superior Court judge seats in the May 6 primary election. David Cates, Stephen Harris and Chad Miner are seeking the Superior Court 1 seat currently held by the retiring judge, Duane Huffer. Torrey Bauer, … Read More

Fairfield Conquers Wind, Wawasee [VIDEO]

Fairfield pitcher Lairen Miller deals to Wawasee Monday night during the 7-1 Fairfield softball win. (Photos by Mike Deak)

SYRACUSE – Remember when it was 70 degrees in Syracuse? Yeah, crazy how much 24 hours can change things. And with two softball teams returning from spring break, it was 3A No. 7 Fairfield that did better with the acclimation to the declining weather Monday night in a … Read More

Jail Bookings

Kosciusko County The following individuals were recently booked in the Kosciusko County Jail: April 13, 2014 Malia N. Holle, 31, 280 W. Lake St., Laketon, arrested for failure to appear. Bond: $750 cash Gage Louis Trowbridge, 20, 502 E. Edgewater Dr., Syracuse, arrested for driving while suspended and … Read More

Hundreds of Kids at Syracuse Egg Hunt

Syracuse Easter Egg Hunt 4 4-12-14

Sunshine and warm temperatures encouraged hundreds of children and parents to come out for the Syracuse Easter egg hunt Saturday morning, April 12, at Lakeside Park. The hunt was sponsored by the Syracuse Parks and Recreation Department and VFW Post 1342. Children grades five and under participated in … Read More

Marshall G. ‘Baldy’ Boyer Sr.

Marshall G. “Baldy” Boyer Sr.

Marshall G. “Baldy” Boyer Sr., 76, of Syracuse, Ind., passed away at 4:30 p.m. on Friday, April 11, 2014, at his home. He was born on Feb. 15, 1938, in Warsaw, Ind., to Sanford G. and Margaret Mildred ‘Milly’ (Benge) Boyer. He graduated in 1955 from Macy High School, … Read More

Fire Equipment, Remodel Updates In Syracuse

Board members for the Turkey Creek Township Fire Territory listened to updates on equipment repairs and remounting, in addition to remodeling efforts on station one, during its regular meeting Thursday. In March, Braun Ambulance Company contacted the fire territory about warranty issues that needed addressed in ambulance six. … Read More

Now Showing: Local Theater Film Times


The following is a list of film times for local movie theaters for Friday, April 11, through Thursday, April 17. Pickwick Theater (108 W. Main St., Syracuse) Captain America: The Winter Soldier (3D), Rated: PG-13 Starring: Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson Showtime: 7 p.m. nightly; $8 North Pointe Cinemas … Read More

Weekend Event Listing


Here is the event listing for this weekend. We will continue to add to the listing until 5 p.m. on Friday. To have an event(s) added to the list, please email with the what, when, where and cost. Warsaw CCAC Spring Challenge Baseball Tourney Saturday and Sunday … Read More

Kosciusko County Court News

Kosciusko County Court Judgments Kosciusko County Court New Filings Small Claims
 The following small claim has been awarded in Kosciusko Superior Court III, Judge Joe V. Sutton presiding: Beth A. Stockdale v. Eric Baker, Silver Lake, $1,094 Garry Miller v. James Double, Syracuse, $3,875.66 George’s Grain Farm Inc. … Read More

Commission Discusses Marketing Industrial / Technology Park


Marketing the U.S. 6/SR 13 technology park was the main topic of discussion of the Syracuse Redevelopment Commission meeting Tuesday. Commission members are Henry DeJulia, Syracuse town manager: Paul Stoelting, Syracuse town councilman; Ernie Rogers, local realtor; Larry Siegel, Syracuse town councilman; and Dan Van Lue, local business … Read More

Spink Undergoing Exterior Renovation

Driving by the Wawasee Spink on the north shore of Lake Wawasee, motorists are beginning to see plenty of scaffolding and repairs taking place. The exterior remodeling will take place during the next year with windows and sliding glass doors being replaced with arches and banding added to the new stucco exterior. The work is being done by Trisco from Ohio.

Major exterior renovation has begun at Wawasee Spink on the north shore of Lake Wawasee and will continue throughout the year. Until now, all renovation has been to the interior of the almost 90-year-old structure. Bill McCabe, president of the Wawasee Spink Condominiums, reported scaffolding is now up … Read More

Meet District 22 State Representative Candidates

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There are three candidates running for State Representative of District 22. Incumbent Rebecca Kubacki is running against fellow Republican Curtis Nisly in the Republican primary while David Kolbe of Warsaw is running unopposed on the Democratic ticket. We asked Kubacki and Nisly three questions. Below are their answers. … Read More