Warsaw News

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

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

65,000 Chickens Lost In Morning Fire

Smoke still billows  at 9 a.m. from the site of a fire this morning at an Egg Innovations chicken coop.

Atwood Fire Department responded to a fire at approximately 5 a.m. today on Crystal Lake Road that resulted in the deaths of thousands of chickens. According to Mike Harmon, Atwood Fire Department Fire Chief, the fire was located in a building owned by Egg Innovations, which reportedly purchased … Read More

UPDATE: Accident On US 30

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Emergency personnel responded to a two-vehicle accident located at the US 30 and Center Street intersection in the westbound lane of US 30 at 12:39 p.m. Sunday, July 27. According to an accident report filed by Warsaw Police Department, the accident involved Terry P. Burgh, 48, of Warsaw, … Read More

Veteran Archers Sought For Deer Reduction


Only veteran archers will be permitted to apply for the 2014 deer reduction effort in Warsaw. Veteran Deer Task Force archers are defined as those who have successfully participated in the city’s reduction effort for a minimum of one year since the inception of the program. “We have been … Read More

Golden Corral Closed For Plumbing Problems


Bad soil is behind plumbing problems that have resulted in the temporary closing of Golden Corral in Warsaw. Kosciusko County Health Department Administrator Bob Weaver told StaceyPageOnline.com that he had no choice but to close the buffet style restaurant Thursday afternoon for wastewater problems. “I can’t have people eat … Read More

WLFD Postpones Celebration To Help Brothers


In honor of Warsaw firefighter Joshua Engler who tragically lost his son earlier this week, the Winona Lake Volunteer Fire Department is postponing its 100th anniversary celebration. Instead of celebrating, the WLFD volunteers will staff the Warsaw-Wayne Township Fire Territory so all WWFT firefighters can attend the funeral … Read More

WCHS Grad Gets A Jumpstart At IU

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Friday, Bryce Carter, a 2014 graduate of Warsaw Community High School, completed his two-day freshman orientation at Indiana University, which included enrolling in classes for the Fall 2014 semester. Knowing he wanted to double major in computer sciences and mathematics, the road to graduation had the potential to … Read More

DTF Takes Down Alleged Drug Dealer

Chad Monroe Morgan

The Kosciusko County Drug Task Force arrested a Warsaw man Wednesday for allegedly selling prescription drugs and marijuana to undercover officers. Kosciusko County Drug Task Force Officers, Warsaw Police Department Narcotics Officers and Sheriff’s Department detectives arrested and preliminarily charged Chad Monroe Morgan, 35, with felony dealing in … Read More

Eisenhower Park Neighbors Plead For Lights

Residents of the Eisenhower Park neighborhood are asking Warsaw city officials to help them feel safer by adding some street lighting. A small group of people representing the neighborhood asked the Warsaw Common Council Monday night to install street lighting as a deterrent to recent break-ins and to … Read More

WCS Announces Administrative Changes

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Warsaw Community Schools is pleased to announce the following hires for the 2014-2015 school year: Kyle Carter has been named the principal of Jefferson Elementary. Carter graduated from Grace College and received his master’s degree from IPFW. He taught sixth grade for 6 years at Jefferson Elementary. For … Read More

Landlords Fear ‘Unintended Consequences’ Of Rental Program


A proposed Neighborhood Preservation / Rental Registration Program was introduced to the Warsaw Common Council last night, but it did not win favorable reviews from landlords who attended the meeting. “We’re trying to get into the neighborhoods as part of a revitalization effort and try to define rental … Read More

WACC Welding, Machining Receives $350K Grant

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During Monday evening’s Warsaw Community School Board meeting Ronna Kawsky, director of the Warsaw Area Career Center revealed that WACC was the recipient of a large grant that would revolutionize the machine and welding program at the career center. According to Kawsky, the grant was given by the Indiana … Read More

WCS Reviews AP, Dual Credit Stats

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During Monday evening’s Warsaw Community School Corporation regular board meeting, newly appointed chief accountability officer Dani Barkey presented Advanced Placement and Dual Credit course results for Warsaw Community High School as well as the Warsaw Area Career Center. Barkey started the presentation by explaining the differences between AP … Read More