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Art Work Says Thanks To Police

SYRACUSE — About 30 personalized drawings, handprints, notes and paper police officers were delivered to Syracuse Police Department Tuesday afternoon by the Kosciusko County Community Foundation. The foundation hosted a “Little Philanthropist Art Booth” during the Oakwood Art Festival Saturday, … Read More


Warsaw Named Among 14 Most Memorable U.S. Cities From The Bachelor

WARSAW — A recent post on Expedia’s Viewfinder travel blog has named Warsaw among the 14 most memorable U.S. cities from The Bachelor. The top cities on the list include Agoura Hills, California, Pasadena, California, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, Scottsdale, Arizona and San Francisco, California. Warsaw was listed as number eight in the ranking. The … Read More

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Grace College Serve to Host Community Movie Night

WINONA LAKE — Serve, a student-led organization that connects students to service opportunities at Grace College, will host a community movie night AT 8 p.m. on Fri., Sep. 2. “Jungle Book” will show on the Morgan Library lawn. Rain location will be inside the Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center. … Read More

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Pierceton Man Arrested For Burglary, Theft

WARSAW — Zachery Scott Eyer, 29, 365 N. CR 850W, Pierceton was arrested for a level 4 felony of burglary and a level 6 felony of theft. On Wednesday, June 22 an officer with the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department responded to a burglary complaint. The homeowner had noticed a … Read More


Searching For 200 Scarecrows

NAPPANEE — Amish Acres in Nappanee will be hosting a Scarecrow Contest and Reunion Sept. 16 – Oct. 30. It takes 200 scarecrows to return to the farm for their annual reunion to stand guard along the lane as the hay wagon hauls kids to the pumpkin patch during Fall Harvest Days at Amish Acres.

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‘Dogs From The Dock’ To Help Raise Funds For NeuroHope

LAKE WAWASEE — Chris Leeuw, a life-long Wawasee resident, is hosting an event to spread the word about NeuroHope and accept donations to provide therapy equipment. This will also be an opportunity for individuals to hear Leeuw’s inspirational story.

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