American Legion Dedicates Crimson Maple In Central Park

A tradition was started today at Central Park in Warsaw. In honor of Earth Day, American Legion Post 49 donated a Crimson Maple tree to the park in honor of the veterans who have served so that Americans have the freedom to celebrate Arbor Day. “There’s nothing but … Read More

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Kosciusko Commissioners Support NIRP Affiliation, CLS Update

Mark Dobson, president and CEO of Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce, approached the Kosciusko County Commissioners during its April 21 meeting regarding Kosciusko County’s participation in the Regional Cities Initiative. Gov. Mike Pence signed the initiative into law last year. It was originally proposed to fund $84 million of … Read More


Common Council Moves Forward With Redevelopment Authority

Yesterday evening the Warsaw Common Council met for its regular monthly meeting to discuss numerous topics including the establishment of the Warsaw Redevelopment Authority, approval of additional land appropriation for the Warsaw Municipal Airport and several vacation requests. Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer explained ordinance 2015-04-01 would establish a … Read More

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Winona Lake Preservation Association Annual Meeting

By JOY LOHSE Winona Lake Preservation Association Annual Meeting Winona Lake Preservation Association’s annual meeting is planned for 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 21. The meeting location is City Hall, located at 102 S. Buffalo St., Warsaw. Current members and those interested in learning more about the association updates … Read More


Land Acquisition Grant In Hands Of FAA

Word on a land acquisition grant application by the Warsaw Municipal Airport with the Federal Aviation Association will be received in two to three weeks. The request is for a $534,600 grant from the FAA. The update was provided by Ken Ross, NGC Corporation, airport engineer, during the … Read More

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WWFT Approves Inspection Agreements

Agreements with Consolidated Fleet Services and FireCatt Precision Service Testing were approved at the monthly meeting of the Warsaw- Wayne Township Fire Protection Territory Board on Monday. CFS will be performing the required annual inspection of the department’s ladder truck at a cost of $945. This test must … Read More

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East Market Street Construction Schedule

Major street work on East Market Street is tentatively scheduled to begin the week of May 4 and continue through mid-October. Through traffic must use Center Street or Jefferson Street for east and west travel, and Bronson Street or Argonne Road for north and south travel. Businesses will … Read More

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Ballot Set For May 5 Primary

Candidates have filed and ballots are being printed for the May 5 primary election. This primary focuses on municipal election in Nappanee and Warsaw. Only voters within the city limits of Warsaw and the town limits of Nappanee, which is in Kosciusko County, and those living in the … Read More

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No Health Concerns From Chemical Spill, Wildlife Impact Still Unknown

By MADISSON HEINL Center For Lakes & Streams, Grace College Approximately 325,000 gallons of water used to contain the Warsaw Chemical Co., Inc. fire carried chemicals downhill into Winona Lake on Feb. 6. The Center for Lakes & Streams responded to the spill immediately and collected several samples from … Read More

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Mason Health And Rehabilitation Offers A Special Thanks To Community

By DENNIS OTT Vice President of Public Relations and Community Services, TLC Management On behalf of the entire staff and residents of Mason Health and Rehabilitation we wish to thank the Warsaw Fire Department, EMS Crews, Police Department, Kosciusko Community Hospital and local nursing facilities who were able to … Read More

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Grace College Students And Area Businesses Come Together For Mock Interview Night

By DAVID GROUT Media Relations, Grace College and Seminary A mock interview event for Grace College juniors and seniors was hosted earlier this week by Grace’s Center for Career Connections. Employers from all across Kosciusko County gathered on Tuesday, March 31, at the Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center to … Read More


KCV Cycling Donates To Ride+Walk Fund

  Kosciusko County Velo Cycling has donated $5,000 to a newly established Ride+Walk Fund. The money will go to help reach the matching funds needed for the recent K21 Health Foundation’s 3-1 matching grant of $375,000 for the community’s Ride+Walk project on East Market Street, which includes the … Read More


Board Of Works Recognizes Kellar, Market Street Update

  To open the April 2 meeting of the Warsaw Board of Works, Warsaw Police Detective Brad Kellar was recognized for two recent awards he’s received. Kellar was awarded the Bishop Award and Iron Warrior Award at a recent National Criminal Enforcement Association conference. “First and foremost, we … Read More

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Handicapped Parking Space Added On Lake Street

  Warsaw Traffic Safety Commission approved a handicapped parking spot today in the unlimited parking area of South Lake Street between Market and Center streets. The new designated parking space will be south of the alley and the last parking space in that unlimited parking area. Originated by … Read More

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KCC Hosting ‘Meet The Candidates’ Event April 23

Join the Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce for Meet The Candidates from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, April 23, at Lakeview Middle School located at 848 E. Smith St., Warsaw. A Primary Election will be held within the county on May 5, 2015. Meet The Candidates provides opportunity … Read More