Staying Safe In The Digital Era

By Tippecanoe Valley Middle School Assistant Principal Cory Cooper AKRON — Cellphones are ubiquitous and children seem to keep getting them at a younger age. While there is no denying that cellphones can bring convenience and peace of mind when used as a way for a parent to safely … Read More

Fab Fridays At Warsaw Community Public Library

By Katie Warrener, Children’s Services WARSAW — Do you have young innovators in the family? We invite all budding builders, engineers, architects, and artists to make it a “Fab Friday” at the public library this summer. Fab Friday is a pop-up makerspace, a place for school-age children to … Read More

UPDATE — One Dead Following Two-Vehicle Accident

By 1st Sgt. Chad D. Hill, Public Information Officer MILFORD — Kosciusko County officials are currently investigating a vehicular traffic crash south of the town of Milford that has left a Warsaw man dead. Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Deputies and emergency personnel responded today at 2 p.m. to a reported head-on … Read More

Area Superintendents Speak Out Against Proposed Budgets

Dear Patrons of our Public Schools, President Donald Trump and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos recently released their full budget proposal to fund the government in 2018. The proposal includes more than $9 billion in cuts to funding for public schools and postsecondary students that, if passed, would be … Read More

UPDATE — Suspect Caught Half A Block From Attempted Bank Robbery

Kip Shuter Captain, Public Information Officer WARSAW — This morning, June 9, at approximately 9:03 a.m., a man walked into the main branch of Lake City Bank, 202 E. Center St., in Warsaw, and yelled “Give me all your f–king money.” The man had a red bandana covering his … Read More

scam alert

Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department Warns Of Phone Scam

By Sgt. Chad D. Hill Public Information Officer KOSCIUSKO — Detectives from the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department are warning citizens of yet another local telephone scam that appears to have resurfaced from last year. Officers have recently received various reported incidents of local citizens that have been contacted by … Read More

Art In Action: Lakeland Art Winners Announced

By DARLA MCCAMMON Lakeland Art Association WARSAW — Lakeland Art Association recently held it’s annual spring competition. Artists from a wide geographic area submitted entries hoping to win the nice purse that is always offered. The works were not categorized for this show thus all works were evaluated … Read More

Build A Better World At The Warsaw Community Public Library

By Ann M. Zydek, Library Director I invite you to visit Warsaw Community Public Library this summer as we celebrate 100 years of service and to register for the library’s summer reading program, “Build a Better World” during the months of June and July. Explore program activities at … Read More