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I destroy my enemies when I make them my friends.
-Abraham Lincoln

Gradway Has Successful First Open House

  WARSAW — Gradway hosted its first open house and auction this afternoon, April 29, at Creighton’s Crazy Egg. The event included an introduction to the program, a keynote speaker, a silent auction and a live auction. Gradway helps combat dropout rates in all of Kosciusko County’s middle and high schools. … Read More

North Webster Public Library News And Events

NORTH WEBSTER — Enjoy a girls afternoon out at the Ladies Tea 2 p.m. Thursday, May 11, sponsored by the North Webster Community Public Library, Friends of the Library and Senior Primelife Enrichment Center. With a small charge, you will experience a traditional afternoon tea complete with refreshments, charming table service … Read More

Spring Rains Can Cause Flooding On Roads

INDIANA — The National Weather Service is forecasting an active spring weather pattern of rain showers and thunderstorms that will bring inches of accumulation to Indiana over the next several days. Persistent or heavy rainfall can saturate soils and cause waters to rise, and drivers should take precautions and be … Read More

Local Third Graders Design Video Games

WARSAW — A third grade class at Washington STEM Academy showcased the video games they’ve spent the last several weeks designing. For the past three weeks, Kandi Kelser’s class of 22 students used the app Hopscotch to create original video games. Students worked in groups of two or three students … Read More

Public Invited To Edgewood Open House Event

WARSAW — Edgewood Middle school invites the public to attend an open house and learning showcase on Tuesday, May 16. The event will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. The event offers the opportunity to view renovations to the building, enjoy the musical stylings of the Edgewood … Read More

Warsaw Passes Resolution To Protect Against Small Cell Technology

WARSAW — The City of Warsaw held a special Board of Works session this morning, April 28 to discuss legislative that was passed less than a week ago. Senate Bill 213 allows wireless support structures to be placed in public rights-of-way without approval or permits from the city … Read More

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Gypsy Moth Treatments Scheduled For May 7

WARSAW — Aerial treatments to slow the spread of invasive gypsy moths in Fulton, Kosciusko, Marshall, Porter, Tippecanoe and Whitley counties are planned to begin the week of May 7. If weather is favorable, treatments could begin on Sunday, May 7, for the Tippecanoe County site, with all others … Read More

Local Fourth Grader Receives Special Homecoming From The WPD

WARSAW — A fourth grader at Lincoln Elementary, returning home from Riley Children’s Hospital, received a heartwarming welcome home from the community. Earlier this year, Drake was diagnosed with a craniopharyngioma brain tumor after several weeks of not feeling well. He underwent a 13 and a half hour surgery … Read More

Lincoln Appears At Republican Lincoln Day Dinner

WARSAW — Indiana State Republican Chairman Kyle Hupfer was the keynote speaker for the annual Kosciusko County Republican Lincoln Day Dinner Thursday evening, April 27. But he was not the only speaker.

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Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership Announces 2017 Board Elections

FORT WAYNE – The Regional Opportunities Council (ROC), the investor board of the Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership, has elected the 2017 Slate of Directors to the Regional Partnership’s Governing Board. The Governing Board is responsible for providing strategic leadership oversight to the Regional Partnership’s operations and fiscal matters. … Read More