Local Author Pens Parent-help Book


WARSAW – Blue Room Publications is pleased to announce the publication of “Stamped on Every Child’s Heart – Impulsive Behavior,” by Rebecca Dawson, M. A. Do you know an impulsive child – one who is full of exaggerations, quick to respond, careless with words, and acts without thinking? … Read More

Collier’s School of Dance Open House

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Debra Collier’s School of Dance is kicking off a new season of dance with an open house on Wednesday, August 6, from 5 to 7 p.m. Families can enjoy free classes, performances by Class Act Dance Troupe, and visit vendors from other local, family-friendly businesses. Representatives from companies … Read More

Hundreds Attend WCS E3 Technology Conference

Kevin Honeycutt, Tuesday's keynote speaker, talks with guests. 
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Hundreds of educators from across the state gathered both yesterday and today for Warsaw Community School’s E3 Technology Conference, located at Warsaw Community High School in the Performing Arts Center and WCHS classrooms. A total of 380 guests were hosted by WCS today for the conference including Glenda … Read More

Ousleys Celebrate 35th Wedding Anniversary

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Homer and Marcia Ousley will celebrate their 35th wedding anniversary Aug. 11.  They are blessed with great friends, neighbors, former students and family. Both enjoy outside activities, vegetable and flower gardening, volunteering, nursing home and card ministry and Homer’s fishing trips to the Michigan cabin and lake. Anyone … Read More

Mark Wilson

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Mark Wilson, 70, of Warsaw, Ind., passed away at 5:15 p.m. Monday, July 28, 2014, in his home. He was born May 20, 1944, in West Branch, Mich., to Albert and Maxine (Fitch) Wilson. He graduated from Warsaw Community High School in 1962 and was a lifetime resident of Warsaw. Mark enjoyed fishing, woodworking and … Read More

Jail Bookings

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Kosciusko County The following individuals were recently booked in the Kosciusko County Jail: July 29, 2014 Matthew Robert Stewart, 20, 2939 E. Joshua Dr., Warsaw, arrested for OWI misdemeanor. Bond: $550 cash Timothy Lee Marner, 41, 303 E. Fourth St., Ligonier, arrested on a body attachment warrant. Bond: … Read More

Warsaw BZA Approves Latest Variances


At a meeting of the Warsaw Board of Zoning Appeals, three variances were approved. Two were for exterior buildings, and the other for a fence. Doug Neville’s requested to build an oversized accessory structure in his yard on Oldfather Street. This variance was approved uncontested. Nick Strouder requested … Read More

KREMC Receives ‘No Lost Time’ Award


Warsaw – Kosciusko REMC was recently presented with their second consecutive “No Lost Time” safety award from Federated Rural Electric Insurance Exchange, the cooperative’s insurance provider. The annual award recognizes companies that have exceeded industry safety standards and achieved 5,000 working hours per employee with no lost time … Read More

Rabb Employees Complete WQA Certifications

Three employees from Rabb Water Systems have just completed further certifications through the Water Quality Association (WQA). The WQA Professional Certification program helps consumers and employers identify individuals in the water quality improvement industry who have demonstrated a certified level of professional expertise and are dedicated to high … Read More

Central Park Hosts Family Carnival Friday


Bring the entire family to Central Park this Friday, Aug. 1, for the Family Carnival! The fun begins at 6 p.m. and concludes at 9 p.m. The carnival in the park is for the entire family. Enjoy children’s entertainment, games, activities, face painting, a dunk tank, balloon artist, … Read More

Babcock Responds To City Complaint

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In response to a public meeting last week held by city’s code enforcement officer Lawrence Clifford, former city councilman Kyle Babcock reached out to local media saying he never received notification of the hearing. (See related) “I think the city of Warsaw has some explaining to do,” Babcock … Read More

WCS Educators Participate In Principal Leadership Institute

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At Warsaw Community Schools, learning doesn’t stop just because it’s summer. On July 16-17, 10 educators from WCS participated in the second annual Indiana Principal Leadership Institute Summer Seminar at Indiana State University. IPLI is a two-year institute designed to address the professional needs of Indiana principals with … Read More