Purpose, Passion & Profit: Warm Fuzzies

Don Roulo is the CEO (Chief Encouragement Officer) of Life Quest. He is a life, career and business coach as well as a Certified 48 Days Workshop Facilitator. He travels nationally and internationally to conduct business and career training as well as marriage and family workshops. By DON … Read More

Robinson Shines, Warriors Roll

NAPPANEE – NorthWood didn’t provide Wawasee with much of a challenge in terms of competition Tuesday night in girls Northern Lakes Conference swimming. The challenge came from within, as Wawasee is looking to sharpen up for what could be a wild final week of the regular season. The … Read More

New Animal Hospital In Warsaw

A ribbon cutting for Community Animal Hospital was held on Dec. 13 in Warsaw. Community Animal Hospital is a full-service Small Animal Veterinary Hospital. A few services that the animal hospital offers are preventative medicine, surgery, dental radiography, ultrasounds and bathing. There is also a large boarding facility. … Read More

Chamber Visits BNI Meeting

The Warsaw Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce organized a ‘Pop-In’ for member Business Network Int. on Tuesday, Dec. 17. BNI provides a positive, supportive and structured environment for the development and exchange of quality business referrals. It does so by providing an environment in which members develop personal relationships … Read More

Warriors Pull Away For Swim Win

NAPPANEE – It took a little while, but Wawasee found a way to achieve its first swim victory of the season Tuesday night. Needing some late depth points, Wawasee stacked up a 111-71 win at NorthWood in Northern Lakes Conference action. Wawasee only held an three-point lead heading … Read More

Stabbing Victim Arrested For Domestic Battery

A domestic battery led to a stabbing Tuesday morning, and the man who was stabbed has been charged. At approximately 9:20 a.m., a 911 call led Indiana State Police and Fulton County Sheriff’s Department officers to a stabbing at 796 S. Fulton County Rd. 300W in rural Rochester. … Read More

Robotics Team Earns Second-Place Trophy

A robotics team from Wawasee Middle School took second place at a state competition of the First Lego League at IPFW in Fort Wayne Saturday. The Wawasee “Fire Beetles” team made up of Braxton Studebaker, Jack Collins, Ryan Zorn and Clay Kelsheimer were given a trophy because of … Read More

Fort Wayne Company Develops Digital Lenses

This past year Google introduced the Explorer Edition of “Google Glass,” a line of hands-free, head-mounted intelligent devices than can be worn as wearable computing eyewear. Longe Optical of Fort Wayne is proud to be the first optical company in the world to unveil digital prescription lenses for … Read More

Triton-Warsaw Girls Hoops Moved To OCC

WINONA LAKE – For the first time since the 2010-11 season, the big sister/little sister rivalry will return to the campus of Grace College. The Triton at Warsaw girls JV/Varsity basketball games set for January 4th will be played at the Orthopedic Capital Center on the campus of … Read More

North Webster Police Reports

Officers of the North Webster Police Department recently investigated the following: Accident Sunday, Dec. 15, 6:10 p.m. East 500 North. A vehicle driven by Max R. Buell, Cypress Avenue, Venice, Fla., was behind another vehicle that hit a deer. Buell’s vehicle struck the down deer head on. Other … Read More

City Establishes Stormwater Utility

Under the Clean Water Act, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has required certain municipalities to maintain storm sewer systems. Warsaw is among the cities that falls under the regulations and, on Monday night, the Warsaw Common Council took its first step in establishing a stormwater utility department. EPA … Read More

Fire Territory Updated On Renovation

Turkey Creek Fire Territory Board received an update on the addition and renovation at fire station one during its regular monthly meeting Thursday night. Fire Chief Mickey Scott informed the board the fire territory is still waiting for the release of the CDR from the state so the … Read More

Fire Territory Board Gets Good News

Turkey Creek Fire Territory Chief Mickey Scott reported the quote for commercial insurance covering property, equipment, auto, crime, general liability, management liability and umbrella liability coverage, was less than anticipated. The fire territory budgeted $63,593 and the actual bid was $63,414, a savings of $179. Scott made the … Read More

County Appointments For 2014 Approved

Several appointments for county offices and organizations for the new year were approved at Tuesday’s Kosciusko County Commissioners meeting. The 2014 appointments are: Alcohol Beverage Commission – Gordon Vanator Area Planning Commission – Dan Richard Area Planning board – Bob Conley Arrowhead RC & D – Stanley Moore … Read More

Jail Bookings

Kosciusko County The following individuals were recently booked in the Kosciusko County Jail: Dec. 16, 2013 Jeremy D. Mabie, 33, 709 E. Rochester St., Akron, arrested for unlawful sale of a legend drug. Bond: $2,000 surety Tyler Scott Boocher, 19, 240 EMS T26 Ln., Leesburg, arrested for theft … Read More