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Falls Prevention Awareness Day

WARSAW — On the 10th Anniversary of National Falls Prevention Awareness Day, the Kosciusko Community YMCA wants Kosciusko County residents to learn the risk factors of falls. Sept. 22, is National Falls Prevention Awareness Day, a day of action to help raise awareness and prevention of falls. Each year, it’s estimated … Read More


KC Recycling Depot Always Looking For Improvement

WARSAW — Projects continue to move forward at the KC Recycling Depot as Director Tom Ganser looks to improve the facility to his standard. Over the last few weeks, employees at the Depot have been scrubbing, painting and organizing in an effort to tidy up the facility. Ganser will … Read More

North Webster Council Buys New Truck

NORTH WEBSTER — It all came down to about $200 for the North Webster Town Council. Severn Trent Utilities Manager Mike Noe presented bids for a 2018 Ford truck for the department at the monthly meeting Tuesday evening, Sept. 19 at the North Webster Community Center. Burnworth Zollars … Read More

Metzger Trucking, Chore-Time Partnership To Help Hurricane Victims

SILVER LAKE — A shipment of eight skids of perishable foods, dry goods and bottled water were generously donated by Chore-Time employees in Milford. They gathered these resources to help one of their long-time customers, Cal-Maine Foods. Cal-Maine Foods is a major egg producer in the USA. Many … Read More

Rogers And Rhodes Arrested On Meth Charges

WARSAW — Charges have been filed against John Verner Rogers, 29, 102 W. Noah St., Claypool, and Gabriel Samuel Rhodes, 22, 1203 1/2 E. Smith St., Warsaw, after selling methamphetamine to an individual Sept. 18. Rogers has been charged with two counts of dealing in methamphetamine, one a … Read More

Turkey Creek Sewer Stakes Out Start of Independence

CROMWELL — The regular monthly meeting of the Turkey Creek Regional Sewer District was relatively short yet thorough Monday night, Sept. 18. Although the district had no new business to attend to, board members and employees of the district heard updates on the many projects going on throughout … Read More

Town Council Takes The Untraveled Road

SYRACUSE — Syracuse Town Council listened to public concerns and approved of taking a new route to complete the project at the wastewater plant during its monthly meeting Tuesday night, Sept. 19. Jim Cripe, who owns property bordering the new technology park, expressed concerns regarding noise pollution, security, … Read More