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Sgt. Chad Hill Retires From Sheriff’s Department After 27 Years

KOSCIUSKO —  First Sergeant Chad Hill has retired after 27 years of service with the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department. The retirement was made effective Wednesday, July 19. Hill served as the public information officer and the communications director for the 911 center in Kosciusko County.  No further information regarding the retirement … Read More

Warsaw Man Arrested For Performing Popular Wrestling Move On Child While Drunk

WARSAW — A Warsaw man was arrested after he performed a wrestling move, the “powerbomb,” on a child as punishment. The child was able to escape to a local convenience store to receive help. Mitchell Edward Robinson, 31, 218 Argonne Road, Warsaw, was booked for battery to a … Read More

Warsaw TCC And Wireless Zone Team Donating Backpacks To Children This Weekend

WARSAW — Round Room LLC, the nation’s largest Verizon Authorized Wireless Retailer, announced that its TCC and Wireless Zone stores are donating 172,000 backpacks full of school supplies to ensure children across the U.S. are well prepared for the start of the school year. The Warsaw store, located … Read More

Lakeland Day Care Wins KeyBank’s Small Business Thrive Contest

SYRACUSE —  As a staple of the Kosciusko County community for years, the Lakeland Learning Center and Preschool is being recognized with help from KeyBank. The day care is receiving $5,000 through KeyBank’s Small Business Thrive Contest for taking care and teaching generations of children since 1974. The … Read More

North Webster Auxiliary Gives To Operation Finally Home

NORTH WEBSTER —Recently members of the North Webster American Legion Post 253 Auxiliary presented a $2,000 donation to the Builders Association Kosciusko Fulton Counties for Operation Finally Home. Operation Finally Home and the BAKFC are in the process of building a home for U.S. Army SSG Justin Raymer … Read More

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Attorney General Hill Warns Of Tech Support Scams Aimed At Hoosiers

INDIANA — Attorney General Curtis Hill is warning Hoosiers to beware of deceptive pop-up alerts on their computers claiming that their devices are infected with viruses and could be vulnerable to hackers. Individuals are being targeted through pop-up messages designed to resemble security alerts from legitimate computer manufacturers … Read More

Turkey Creek Sewer Pleased With Operations

Board member of the Turkey Creek Regional Sewer District were careful not to mince words during the monthly meeting held Monday evening, July 17. Although the board provided updates on the Syracuse Town billing process, the reversal study and pending litigation, representatives were careful to keep updates brief … Read More