Syracuse News

Wawasee Sports Wrap – Aug. 28

Cal Heinisch did an admirable job on Thursday night as he was the only Warrior to pick up a win. (Photo by Nick Goralczyk)

Chargers Surprise Warriors After a strong showing in the preseason scrimmage against West Noble, the Wawasee boys tennis team found the rematch a lot rougher going. The Chargers outplayed Wawasee on four of the five courts to claim a 4-1 victory Thursday in Syracuse. Wawasee’s lone win came … Read More

Oakwood Fine Arts Festival Returns Sept.7

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Chautauqua Wawasee presents the return of this premier, juried, outdoor festival on Saturday, September 6, 2014 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on the grounds of the Oakwood Resort, 702 East Lake View Road, Syracuse, Indiana. Free admission and fun for the entire family! The festival will feature … Read More

Kosciusko County Court News

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 The following small claim has been awarded in Kosciusko Superior Court III, Judge Joe V. Sutton presiding: Blackford Law Office v. Gayle Allen, Milford, $1,157 Dorothy Adkins v. James and Kristi Loftus, Warsaw, $4,225 Joel Comino v. … Read More

Sharing Information At Neighborhood Gathering

Vickie Lootens, director of development for Cardinal Services, Warsaw, shows one of the products clients participating in the CCI/Work Services program do for area business participants. Lootens is holding up a water saddle assembled by clients for CTB Inc., Milford, in which over 10 million were made this past year. (Photo by Deb Patterson)

What better way to share information about an organization than to invite neighbors and friends for an afternoon social event. This is what Bill and Vicki Morton, Lung Lane, Syracuse, did Friday evening to share information about Cardinal Services of Warsaw. A small group of neighbors and friends … Read More

Roth Leaves Behind A Great Legacy

After serving the Indiana Department of Natural Resources for 36 years, Steve Roth is ready to spend his retirement in Montana. (Photo by Nick Goralczyk)

SYRACUSE – Steve Roth made an impact. The longtime property manager of Tri-County Fish and Wildlife Area finally called it a career last week after 36 years of being a public servant for the state of Indiana and its wildlife enthusiasts. Roth, a native of Edwardsburg, Michigan and … Read More

WCSL Hosting Open Forum

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SYRACUSE – The Wawasee Community Summer League will host a question and answer session regarding the state of the league and its future. The Q/A session will take place at 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 6, at Wawasee High School in the lecture room to the left of the … Read More

Wawasee Schedule Notes

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SYRACUSE – Wawasee High School’s athletic department announced a pair of notes this morning regarding varsity sports schedule changes. The girls golf triangular at Northridge and with NorthWood was rained out Tuesday, Aug. 26, but will be made up Wednesday, Sept. 10. The match will be played at … Read More

Golf Outing A Success For Wawasee JA

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SYRACUSE – Area golfers gathered Aug. 21 at Maxwelton Golf Club for the annual Junior Achievement serving Wawasee Golf Outing. The event raises funds to support Junior Achievement programs that teach students work readiness, personal finance, entrepreneurship and fiscal literacy. Pictured with their trophy is the 2014 winning … Read More

Syracuse Parks Photo Contest Winners Announced

This dragon fly was taken by eighth-grader Rachel Leininger at Veterans Memorial Park at Crosson Mill and won the picturesque parks category in this year’s photo contest

Syracuse Parks Department recently announced winners in its photo contest. Winners received $50 and their photos were framed and displayed in the community center lobby for a year. In past years the park department has held a youth nature photo contest but decided to change it to fun … Read More

A Prolonged Experience Worth The Wait [VIDEO]

Todd Hauser fires a shot at Central Noble in the one doubles match Tuesday night. (Photos by Mike Deak)

SYRACUSE – Bound and determined, Wawasee was going to get in its boys tennis match Tuesday evening with Central Noble. Using its entire JV roster, several squeegies, brooms and whatever else the team could find in the shelter, a lot of afternoon rain gave way to elbow grease … Read More

Wawasee Sports Wrap – Aug. 26

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Volleyball Back To Level After an 0-2 start to the season, Wawasee is back to .500 after a 25-21, 27-25, 25-19 win against visiting Central Noble Tuesday night. The Lady Warriors, now 4-4 on the year, had a lot of different faces help its cause in what amounted … Read More

UPDATE: Parents Charged In Boy’s Death

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Information released this morning by the Kosciusko County Prosecutor’s Office alleges the parents of a 12-year-old Syracuse boy who died in his home this summer, were high on methamphetamine at the time of their son’s death. On June 28, Skyler Spore was tragically found dead inside a residence located at 202 … Read More

Campbell, Berkey Receive Wawasee Chief Award

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Each year the Wawasee Property Owners Association presents the Wawsee Chief Award to honor someone the association board feels has gone above and beyond to assure the preservation and orderly development of Lake Wawasee. This year was no exception. Two individuals were presented the award at the WPOA … Read More