A Favorite Task Of Warsaw’s Mayor

WARSAW — One of the favorite tasks Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer enjoys, is the swearing in of a new officer. He was given that privilege Friday morning, Aug. 7, at the Warsaw Board of Public Works & Safety. Samuel Weaver was sworn in as the newest officer of … Read More


More Unlimited Parking For Downtown

WARSAW — Additional unlimited parking for employees of downtown businesses and residents will soon be available. Members of the Warsaw Traffic Safety Commission voted to remove12 spaces from the reserved parking area in the city parking lot and make them unlimited parking at today’s meeting, Aug. 5. Dana … Read More


Wilson Appointed Next Fire Chief

WARSAW — Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer introduced his new appointment for fire chief of the Warsaw-Wayne Township Fire Protection Territory at its monthly meeting today, Tuesday, Aug. 4. Mike Wilson was appointed to succeed Mike Brubaker as chief. Wilson previously served on the Warsaw Fire Department for almost … Read More


Ordinance, Tax Abatement Approved By Council

WARSAW — An ordinance amending the city code regarding disbursement of buy money used by police and a tax abatement application from Redwood IT, LLC, received approval by the Warsaw Common Council Monday evening.

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Council Takes First Look At Budgets

WARSAW — Getting a 10-minute late start, due to a lack of quorum, Warsaw Common Council took its first look at the 2016 budget proposals for not-for-profits and four city departments. Not-for-profit requests totaling $206,000 were received from Kosciusko Community Senior Services, Animal Welfare League, City County Athletic … Read More


Banner Medical Coming To Warsaw

WARSAW — Banner Medical, Carol Stream, Ill., will be coming to Warsaw. The announcement was made during Monday evening’s Warsaw Common Council meeting. Mark A. Redding, president/chief executive officer and Dan Stoettner, executive vice president/chief operating officer, made the announcement.

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Grant Accepted, Bid Let, Bids Opened, Resignation Received

It was a busy meeting for Warsaw Public Board of Works & Safety Friday morning, July 17. A grant from the Indiana Arts Commission was accepted, a bid was awarded for the Mariner’s Drive rehabilitation, bids were opened for a new garbage truck and a last minute, immediate … Read More

Many interested individuals attended the ribbon cutting of Warsaw's Tech Park on Polk Drive. city council members, redevelopment board members, Kosciusko County Chamber staff and ambassadors, contractors, KEDCO, Ivy Tech and representatives of Bradley Company who are marketing the building.
Shown cutting the ribbon in front are Mark Dobson, chamber executive director, Andrea Reed, chamber; Stephanie Salyer, Mutual Bank; Cindy Dobbins, city council; State Rep. Curt Nisly, Dan Robinson, Tom Groninger, Mayor Joe Thallemer; Jeremy Skinner and Tim Dombrosky, city planning; Rick Snodgrass, redevelopment; Charles Smith, city council; Lynne Christiansen, clerk-treasurer; and former Mayor Joe Plank.

Warsaw Tech Park Officially Opens

WARSAW — “This is a very gratifying moment to celebrate, but we have a lot of work to do to fill this whole place up,” stated Mayor Joe Thallemer following the official ribbon cutting Wednesday of Warsaw’s Tech Park, Polk Drive. He acknowledged how the city arrived at … Read More

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Technology Park Opens Wednesday

By ALYSSA LOWE Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce WARSAW — Phase 1 of the Warsaw Technology Park will open at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 15, with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The first phase of the development will feature a 63,000 square foot shell building (capable of expansion to 125,000 … Read More

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BPA Kicks Off With Skills, Parade [VIDEO]

Nice weather, happy faces and plenty of energy ushered in the first day of the 2015 Baseball Players Association World Series. The week-long baseball tournament kicked off Tuesday with the skills tournament at the CCAC as well as a parade of teams in downtown Warsaw.

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Funds Will Be Found To Demolish Gatke Buildings

After close to 15 years of discussion, hearing proposals with no sustainable recommendations, Warsaw Redevelopment Board unanimously voted to proceed with entire demolition of buildings in 2016. Funds will be sought from various city funds. However, if a viable sustainable solution is presented, demolition of at least one … Read More

Pam Kennedy, executive director of Housing Opportunities of Warsaw, left, and Aaron Lehman, associate director of Housing Opportunities of Warsaw, listen as Mayor Joe Thallemer reads the proclamation declaring July as Fair Housing Month.

Proclamation Read Recognizing Fair Housing Month

Housing Opportunities of Warsaw was recognized during the Warsaw Common Council Meeting Monday evening. Mayor Joe Thallemer read a proclamation establishing July as Fair Housing Month in the city. A display and a survey to be completed on how the Housing Opportunities can assist those in the community, … Read More

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Big Brothers Big Sisters Looking For 300 Volunteers

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kosciusko County has joined a campaign to help gain more volunteers. The campaign, Shoe Can Make a Difference, is being done by the 13 different counties of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Indiana. The campaign hopes to add 300 new volunteers … Read More


Interesting Facts About Art And Artists

By DARLA MCCAMMON The art world is full of interesting characters and strange facts. Vincent Van Gogh, for instance, was known to be very eccentric, even to the point of cutting off his own ear. Did you know however, he was a patient in a mental hospital in … Read More

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CCAC, Warsaw Readying For BPA World Series

WARSAW – The annual descent upon Kosciusko County is rapidly approaching for a host of ballplayers from around the Midwest. The City-County Athletic Complex, known to the locals as the CCAC, is preparing for the annual Baseball Players Association World Series. The BPA has been held in Warsaw … Read More


Have Lunch With The Mayor

Young Adult Professionals, under the age of 40, are invited to have lunch with Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer, from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, June 24 in the Warsaw City Council Chambers in the city hall, 102 S. Buffalo Sr. YAP strives to be engaged and involved in … Read More