WARSAW — This week is National Fire Prevention Week Warsaw Fire Chief, Michael Wilson, and the staff at the Warsaw-Wayne Township Fire Department want to make sure everyone is aware of the dangers of nighttime home fires. This year’s Fire Prevention Week theme is, “Hear the Beep Where You Sleep,” … Read More
By MICKEY RATLIFF Director, Warsaw Community High School Tigers’ Pride WARSAW — The Warsaw Community High School Tigers’ Pride marching band placed third in Class A at the Homestead High School Invitational Saturday, Oct. 3. The band earned an overall score of 69.5. Lafayette Jefferson was second with 71.85. First place, … Read More
ETNA GREEN — The 17th Annual Shrine Turkey Shoot will be held from 10-4 p.m. Oct. 10 and 11, Saturday and Sunday, at Beeson’s Gun Range, 8994 West County Road 25 South, Etna Green. Last year, over $7,500 was raised in just two days due to local sportsmen and their families.
SYRACUSE — Two local Democrats were honored Saturday evening, Oct. 3, at the annual Kosciusko County Democratic Party Jefferson/Jackson Banquet. Bill Morton, Syracuse, was presented the Democrat of the Year Award and John Bonitati received the Hall of Fame Award. Lee Ann Brown, party vice chairman, stated both … Read More
Warsaw City Councilman Charles D. “Charlie” Smith of Warsaw,passed away in a single engine plane crash on the South Carolina side of Lake Hartwell in Oconee County on Friday, Oct. 2, 2015, at the age of 71. He was killed in a plane crash en route to the … Read More
Local Attorney Scott Andrew Smith of Warsaw, passed away in a single engine plane crash on the South Carolina side of Lake Hartwell in Oconee County on Friday, Oct. 2, 2015, at the age of 44. He was killed in a plane crash en route to the Notre … Read More
WINONA LAKE — Though the weather was cold and drizzly, the Village at Winona did not let the weather dampen the Winona Lake Octoberfest celebration. Festivities for those of all ages marched on throughout the morning and afternoon celebrating Germany’s longest running celebration. The event began at 10 … Read More