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WCPL Warms Up For Spring

By Amanda McFarland, WCPL Adult Programming Administrator WARSAW — Warsaw Community Public Library is warming up for spring with movies, programs, crafts and more. Chess Club meets at 10 a.m. every Saturday. The library will be showing various movies. Dates … Read More

Bowers To Preside Over Rovenstine Case

ELKHART — Elkhart Superior Court 2 Judge Stephen R. Bowers will take over as the special judge in the case against Kosciusko County Sheriff C. Aaron Rovenstine. Documentation in the case shows today, Friday, March 24, the attorneys of record filed an agreed entry as to the appointment of Bowers … Read More

BREAKING: Accident On SR 13 In Syracuse

SYRACUSE —Drivers of two vehicles suffered minor injuries in a rear-end collision on SR 13, south of Pickwick Road in Syracuse. The accident occurred at approximately 4:50 p.m. Syracuse Police report both vehicles were northbound when the foot of the driver of a Ford Fusion slipped off the … Read More

Lakeland Christian Academy Honored As Optimist’s Students Of The Week

WARSAW — The Warsaw Breakfast Optimist Club recently recognized the following students from Lakeland Christian Academy as Students of the Week. Join the Club as a guest on any Wednesday morning at 7 a.m. for the breakfast meeting at the Shrine Building in the Kosciusko County Fairgrounds.  The … Read More

Three Chess Teams From Lincoln Elementary School Headed To State Finals This Weekend

WARSAW — Three chess teams from Lincoln Elementary School placed in regionals and are headed to the Scholastic Chess of Indiana Team State Finals on Saturday, March 25 Two teams consisting of third graders and under and a team in the sixth grade and under division from LES … Read More

Warsaw Community School Physical Education Departments Receive $22,500 Grant

WARSAW — Warsaw Community Schools received a $22,500 grant from the K21 Foundation on Friday, March 24. The grant will go toward equipment that will be implemented in all eight area elementary schools’ physical education programs. Many students will be able to use the equipment that was purchased … Read More