Warsaw News

Mom Possibly Wanted To Protect Daughter

Aubrey Coy

The Syracuse woman who led Michigan police on a high speed chase after abducting her 5-year-old daughter from a supervised visitation lost her parenting rights approximately a year ago. But at least one family member said she would never knowingly put her daughter in danger. Police have confirmed … Read More

UPDATE: Parents Seek Info On Teen Runaway


(UPDATE: Shortly after our posting, Brady Myers was taken to his grandparents home by friends. He has since been reunited with his parents.) The parents of a 15-year-old boy are hoping for the public’s help in bringing their son home. Brady Myers was last seen at 9 p.m. … Read More

KHCH Helps Patients Complete Bucket Lists

We all have dreams, some we accomplish and some continue to stay on our wish list. Making a “bucket list” is a way to write down your hopes, desires and dreams and to share them with your family. Nurses, social workers and the spiritual counselor at Kosciusko Home … Read More

WWFT Gets Foam Trailers Donation

Foam Trailer

The Warsaw-Wayne Fire Territory is thanking RR Donnelley for the recent donation of two foam trailers. The two trailers are a much needed asset to fight Class B fires in Warsaw and the surrounding area. Class B fires involve anything that boils, such as a liquid or a … Read More

Meet And Greet Open To Public


Warsaw/Kosciusko County Chamber’s Meet the Candidates event from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. this evening at Champagne Jam, 2517 E. Center St., is now being opened up to the public. The final list of local candidates who have confirmed they will be attending the event include: Jackie Walorski (Brian … Read More

More Solar Events Viewable This Fall

Reader AL Mitterling sent us this photo of the "blood moon" taken south of Warsaw at 3:04 a.m., just two minutes before totality. Mitterling shot the photo with his Canon Rebel digital camera using a telephoto lens. (Photo provided by AL Mitterling)

For those who missed this morning’s total lunar eclipse (see related) due to cloud cover or simply a desire to sleep, another chance will come this fall. According to NASA, a second chance to catch one of the four lunar eclipses (which NASA is calling a tetrad) happening within … Read More

Recorder’s Office Temporarily Suspending Operations

Due to some changes being made in the Kosciusko County Recorder’s Office, recording will be suspended at 2 p.m. Thursday, April 17. The office will then be closed for Good Friday on April 18. Recording will resume at 8 a.m. Tuesday, April 22. Please feel free to bring … Read More

Candidates Confirm Attendance For Meet And Greet

Warsaw/Kosciusko County Chamber’s Meet the Candidates event from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 16, at Champagne Jam, 2517 E. Center St. The final list of local candidates who have confirmed they will be attending the event include: Jackie Walorski (Brian Spaulding) will be attending on her behalf, Rebecca … Read More

Local Woman Transforms Eggs To Art

Rachel Miner works with a variety of eggshells to create a variety of artworks --from carved pieces to pieces with doors and music boxes, Miner has perfected her art over the past 10 years. She is shown here displaying an emu egg carving she had just begun. (Photo provided)

Over 10 years ago, Rachel Miner first viewed her mother’s-in-law hand-decorated egg collection and her interest in the art was instantaneous. Miner immediately knew she wanted to work with the eggs and began classes under the tutelage of egg decorating veteran Emma Fretz, a woman she now reveres … Read More

IDOE Names Two Local 4-Star Schools


Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz announced Indiana’s “4-Star Schools” for 2012-2013 today. In order to achieve this designation, a school must be in the top 25th percentile of schools in three ISTEP-based categories. A total of 311 schools received the award throughout the state but locally, … 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

Technology Park Phase I Construction Approved

More than 90 acres of land west of Ivy Tech and bordered by U.S. 30 and CR 200 West, is planned for the Warsaw Technology Park.

Work on the new Warsaw Technology Park continues with preliminary plat approval on the nearly 40-acre tract west of town. Warsaw Planning Commission met Monday night to vote on Phase I, which includes a plan to subdivide the property into four lots, each approximately 9 acres. The plan … Read More

Mom Abducts Daughter, Arrested After Pursuit

Aubrey Ann Coy (Kosciusko County Sheriff's Department file photo)

A Syracuse woman well-known to local law enforcement has found herself in trouble in Michigan where she led state troopers on a high speed chase after abducting her young daughter. Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department Sgt. Chad Hill said Aubrey Ann Coy, 34, 4865 E. 1000 N., Syracuse was … Read More

Warsaw Having Spring Leaf Pick-Up

rake leaves

The city of Warsaw has announced it will have a spring leaf pick-up. Beginning April 21, large piles of leaves can be raked to the curb or alley. Leaves will be picked up on residents regular trash day and need to be out by 7 a.m. The leaf … Read More

Synthetic Drug May Be Behind Violent Crime

Johnathan T. Mallery

Synthetic cannabinoid could be behind a man’s violent rage that prompted him to bite off a woman’s thumb and attack a Warsaw Police Officer. Johnathan Mallery, 25, of 340 E. Levi Lee Rd., Warsaw, was found standing in the middle of Parker Street Thursday evening when officers responded … Read More

County Council Approves Biomet Tax Abatement


The public hearing for a 10-year tax abatement requested by Biomet at last month’s Kosciusko County Council meeting was approved at the council’s April meeting. Biomet’s expansion, which includes the purchase of several parcels of land, is expected to create 150 jobs over five years. Richard Helm, the … Read More