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Every great and commanding moment in the annals of the world is the triumph of some enthusiasm.
– Ralph Waldo Emerson

Echoes Of The Past Donates To Warsaw FFA

WARSAW — The Echoes of the Past Club from Kosciusko County invested in the future of agriculture by presenting a check to the Warsaw FFA chapter. Echoes of the Past is a non profit organization that pushes to preserve the history of agriculture in the country. The club promotes the preservation and restoration … Read More

KEYS Promotes Literacy To Second Graders

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY — Members of Kosciusko Endowment Youth Services, the Kosciusko County Community Foundation’s youth philanthropy program, encouraged literacy among nearly 1,000 second graders during Read Across Kosciusko County today, Feb. 23. This year marks the 13th anniversary of the literacy event. KEYS students and adult volunteers traveled to elementary … Read More

Sewer Project In Final Stages

CROMWELL — The sheer lack of public members present during the sewer meeting Monday, Feb. 20, stands as testament to the successful sewer project by Turkey Creek Regional Sewer District as it nears completion. Board members and engineers announced proudly the final stages of the S.W.A.P project wrapping around the local lakes.

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Kosciusko County Traffic Safety Partnership Kicks Off 2017 March Enforcement Campaign On Dangerous And Impaired Driving

By First Sergeant Chad D. Hill, Communications Division/Public Information Office KOSCIUSKO COUNTY – The Kosciusko County Traffic Safety Partnership announced today they will join efforts with over 250 Indiana state and local law enforcement agencies to increase education and enforcement around dangerous and impaired driving. From March 3 through March 26, … Read More

United Way Celebrates Year Of Accomplishments, Looks Forward To Next Chapter

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY — The United Way of Kosciusko County held its annual celebration last night, Feb. 22 at the VIC in Warsaw. The celebration was all about honoring the great accomplishments made in the past year while looking forward to the possibilities for greatness that exist moving forward. … Read More

David Taylor Presenting ‘The Art of Hunting Art’ At Lakeland Art Center

WARSAW — David Taylor will present the “The Art of Hunting Art” at the Lakeland Art Center & Gallery at 7 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 27.  This presentation will cover where to find art at the best value.  This program is open to the public and there is … Read More

Joe’s Kids in Warsaw Moves To New Location

WARSAW — At Joe’s Kids, special children receive physical, occupational, and speech therapy in order to help them reach their maximal level of independence. These are in the areas of gross motor skills and mobility, fine motor skills, sensory processing, self care, feeding and swallowing, and speech and … Read More

A Bright Future — Baker Youth Club Announces Annual Fundraiser Event

WARSAW — One of the Goals of the Baker Youth Club is to build the basis for a bright future. In addition to emphasizing education, health, physical fitness and social skills while teaching young people life skills, a structured daily schedule teaches them discipline, respect, relationship building and … Read More

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CVB Director Enjoys Promoting The County

WARSAW — As Jill Boggs drives to work every day, she gets to enjoy the beautiful scenery northern Indiana has to offer. Her 40-minute commute, from Albion to Warsaw, and then back home again, gives Boggs time to contemplate how best to promote Kosciusko County, home to in … Read More

Syracuse Community Remembers Knisley And Thornburg

SYRACUSE—Beginning Sunday, Feb. 19, one can see white ribbons tied to lampposts lining the streets of SR 13 in Syracuse. These white ribbons were tied around the poles in remembrance of the two year anniversary of the deaths of Joshua Knisley and Tara Thornburg Feb. 19, 2015.

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