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Redevelopment Commission Pays A Few Bills

WARSAW — It was a brief meeting for members of the Warsaw Redevelopment Commission Monday, Aug. 1. The month’s meeting consisted of approval of claims and two ordinances transferring funds from two tax increment financing districts.

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Members of the Stellar Communities State Committee listen to presentations during a recent visit to Warsaw and Winona Lake. (Photo provided)

Stellar Community Site Visit Deemed Successful

WARSAW — There was a lot of buzz around Warsaw and Winona Lake Thursday, July 21.  Twenty members of the Stellar Communities state committee visited Warsaw as a culmination of the Stellar Communities application process. Approximately 40 community partners joined the presentation to show their support. Winona Lake partnered in … Read More

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Brown Takes Oath Of Office, Two Probationary Patrolmen Hired

WARSAW — Warsaw Police Department gained a new full time officer and received approval to hire two probationary patrol officers at today’s, Friday, July 15, Warsaw Board of Public Works meeting. Christopher R. Brown was given the oath of office by Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer at the start … Read More

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Board of Works Approves Federal Agreement

WARSAW — A joint-funding agreement between the U.S. Department of the Interior and the city’s stormwater utility was approved by the Warsaw Board of Works Friday morning, July 15. The agreement, costing $4,000, is for the operation and maintenance of the Pike Lake stream gauge from Oct. 1, … Read More

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Olympics At Mason’s Health and Rehabilitation Center

WARSAW — Residents at Mason’s Health and Rehabilitation Center began their first day of the three days of trials for various events for the TLC Management’s Summer Rehab Olympic Events. Mayor Joseph Thallemer joined the olympic hopefuls today offering words of encouragement for residents trying to secure a … Read More

Residents have expressed concern over recent changes in Warsaw's trash pickup ordinance. (Photos provided)

Citizens Again Bring Trash Talk To City Council

WARSAW — Residents once again came to the Warsaw Common Council to complain about the new trash pick up. The council heard from a small handful of residents Tuesday evening, July 5, who indicated issues, but who had not contacted the public works for a solution.

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From The Mayor: Indiana State Stellar Communities

WARSAW — Today, the city of Warsaw submitted the final application for the Indiana State Stellar Communities initiative. Our core team consisting of Jeremy Skinner and Tim Dombrosky, building and planning department; Pam Kennedy, Housing Opportunities of Warsaw; Larry Plummer, parks and recreation; Craig Allebach, town of Winona … Read More

Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer, left, administers the oath of office to Firefighter Trent Stamper, right. Looking on are Quin Stamper, brother; Lili Stamper, wife; Peggy Stamper, mother; and children Laila and Wyatt. (Photos by Deb Patterson)

Stamper Sworn In As Newest Firefighter

WARSAW — A firefighter who has gone through the probationary period was sworn in as a regular firefighter with the Warsaw-Wayne Fire Territory. Trent Stamper was given the oath of office by Mayor Joe Thallemer at Friday morning’s Warsaw Board of Public Works and Safety meeting.

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Warsaw Parks And Recreation Board Discuss Survey

WARSAW — The Warsaw Parks And Recreation Department board discussed the results of a two-month survey that was released in order to help give the next Five Year Plan a community designed direction. The results were presented by Pat Brown of Sitescapes Inc., a company that has worked … Read More

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Mayor Addresses Recent Rainfall

BY MAYOR JOE THALLEMER WARSAW — The City of Warsaw experienced a record rainfall on Monday that is seen only once every 500 years that resulted in widespread flash flooding. National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration data indicates that Warsaw experienced 3.74 inches of rain (measured at the Warsaw Airport) … Read More

Rare Rain Event Caused Flash Flooding

Dear Editor, The City of Warsaw experienced a record rainfall on Monday that is seen only once every 500 years that resulted in widespread flash flooding. National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration data indicates that Warsaw experienced 3.74 inches of rain (measured at the Warsaw Airport) in a 60-minute period … Read More

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Council Once Again Talks Trash

WARSAW — Trash and recycling questions were once again brought before the Warsaw Common Council Monday evening, June 20. Annie Zartman and Anne Bonowitz presented the questions to the council. Zartman questioned i f apartment complexes of five or more units could get recycling bins, if recycling could … Read More

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Mayor Talks To Local Business Owners About Stellar

WARSAW — This morning, June 20, Warsaw Mayor Joseph Thallemer met with local business owners at the Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce to discuss the recent stellar nomination. Thallemer started the presentation by giving a brief overview of the projects and how each of them would impact the community. … Read More

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Animal Exhibiting Now A “Poss-ABILITY” For Special Needs Youth

WARSAW — The new Poss-ABILITIES showcase encourages the involvement of youth with special needs and their families in the 4-H program and makes an interactive livestock experience “possible” for youth of all “abilities.” The Kosciusko County 4-H Poss-ABILITIES club and showcase serves as a medium for children with … Read More