Ink Free News Headlines

Live as if you were to die tomorrow.
Learn as if you were to live forever.
– Mahatma Gandhi

The Banner Yet Waves

WARSAW — At the Warsaw Board of Zoning Appeals meeting Monday, May 22, three matters were brought before the board. The first was regarding a variance of use at 601 E. Smith St., Warsaw, to permit a church in a … Read More

Prosecution Team Holds Press Conference In Regards To Rovenstine’s Sentencing

  WARSAW — Directly after this morning’s sentencing of former Kosciusko County Sheriff Aaron Rovenstine, the prosecution team held a press conference at Center Lake Pavilion. In attendance were Marshall County Prosecuting Attorney Nelson Chipman, Jr., Marshall County Chief Deputy Prosecutor Tami Napler, Marshall County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Matt Sarber, Warsaw … Read More

Man Charged For Auto Theft, Drunk Driving

WARSAW — A Warsaw man has been charged with auto theft after drunkenly running a subject off of the road. Zacaria Christopher Sage, 28, 1041 North Park Ave., Warsaw, is being charged with auto theft, a level 6 felony, and operating while intoxicated with an enhancement, a level 6 felony. According … Read More

BREAKING — Rovenstine Receives No Jail Time For Felony Offense

WARSAW —  Kosciusko County Sheriff Aaron Rovenstine was sentenced this morning, May 23, in Kosciusko County Circuit Court. Rovenstine pled guilty to intimidation, a level 6 felony. He was sentenced to one year, which was suspended. The remaining nine charges, also felonies, were dismissed pursuant to the plea agreement. Those charges … Read More

KCCF To Host Cocktails On The Lake

KOSCIUSKO — The Kosciusko County Cancer Care Fund will host the fifth annual Cocktails on the Lake party from 4 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, June 10. This year’s gathering will be held at the Wawasee Area Conservancy’s Ruddell Pavilion on SR 13, Syracuse. The cocktail party will … Read More

Pierceton Elementary School Holds Biography Museum

PIERCETON — Historical figures were brought to life during the annual biography museum held at Pierceton Elementary School on Monday, May 22. Third graders at PES were given the assignment to pick a historical figure to research and create an informative presentation on for the museum event. The … Read More

Summer Lakes Season Kicks Off At Northern Indiana Lakes Festival May 26-28

WINONA LAKE —  Get your sunscreen ready! Summer lakes season is here. May 26 marks the beginning of the lakes season with the Northern Indiana Lakes Festival, hosted by the Lilly Center for Lakes & Streams at Grace College. The free event, now in its ninth year, takes … Read More

WaNee School Corporation Announces Class Of 2017 Valedictorians And Salutatorians

NAPPANEE — WaNee School Corporation has announced the valedictorians of the Northwood High School Class of 2017 are Courten Clark, Caleb Darr, Desirae Diamond, Lee Dougherty, Sarah Foster, Erin Graber, Andrew Minnich, Vincent Miranda, Cameron Stillson and Hannah Walter. The Salutatorians are Sara Bowling, Ana Martinez, Summer Stillson and … Read More

Former Warsaw Street Superintendent Reaches Plea Deal

WARSAW — A plea deal has been reached for the case of Lacy Francis Jr., former Warsaw Street Superintendent. The case has been ongoing since December 2013, when a former employee of Pro Form contacted the City of Warsaw Clerk-Treasurer and alleged that Pro Form had been intentionally overbilling the … Read More