Art In Action: Frank H. Johnston, Group of Seven

By DARLA MCCAMMON Lakeland Art Association Although the group of seven stayed limited to that number, there were about four other artists who moved in and out of the group while maintaining a steady membership at seven.  One of those who associated with the group for a short … Read More

Free Safety Eclipse Glasses Distributed Beginning Aug. 14 At Milford Public Library

Written by Milford Public Library Staff MILFORD — Milford Public Library will give away eclipse viewing safety glasses beginning 10 a.m. on Aug. 14 for the solar eclipse happening Aug. 21. Glasses are free and will be distributed on a first come, first serve basis.  Be aware that … Read More

Claypool Man Killed In Overnight Accident

By Cpt. Chris McKeand Public Information Officer WARSAW — Kosciusko County officials are currently investigating a motor vehicle traffic crash on Packerton Road near CR 400S near Warsaw.  One male subject has died from his injuries which resulted from the crash. Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Deputies and emergency personnel responded … Read More

Valley Insight: Good Mental Health – A Key To Student Success

By Brett R. Boggs Superintendent, Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation According to the Mental Health Foundation mental health problems affect about one in ten children and young people.  They include depression, anxiety, and conduct disorder and are often a direct response to what is happening in their lives.  Sadly, 70 … Read More

David Hoffert Welcomes Community To New School Year

Dear students, parents and community patrons, On behalf of Warsaw Community Schools, I welcome you to the 2017-2018 school year. This school year promises to be the greatest year yet in the long-storied tradition and history of WCS. Our mission is “to inspire and equip all students to … Read More

Fifth Lake Tippecanoe Cottage Tour A Success

BY EILEEN OAKS The Watershed Foundation Marketing and Outreach Specialist LAKE TIPPECANOE —Blue skies, low humidity and a slight breeze set the scene as 29 boats filled with 250 people took to the lake for the fifth Lake Tippecanoe Cottage Tour fundraiser benefiting The Watershed Foundation. The tour … Read More

Annual TWF ‘Picture Your Watershed’ Photo Contest Begins

By EILEEN OAKS TWF Marketing and Outreach Specialist We’re in the heat of lake season. If you are anything like us, you have an overabundance of pictures — from animals and nature, to family and playtime in your camera or on your phone. At The Watershed Foundation, one … Read More

Let Tired Teens Sleep

By: Tami Silverman, president and CEO of the Indiana Youth Institute INDIANA — Our teens are tired. Nearly 8 in 10 Indiana high school students sleep less than the recommended eight hours on school nights. Yet adequate sleep is an integral part of healthy development and consequences of adolescent … Read More

View The Eclipse At The Warsaw Community Public Library

By Amanda McFarland, Adult Programming Coordinator WARSAW — The All-American Solar Eclipse is coming and Warsaw Community Public Library has just the thing to help community members enjoy it. WCPL has applied for and received 1,000 pairs of Solar Eclipse glasses. The glasses will be available at WCPL’s … Read More

August Programs At The WCPL For Adult And Teens

By Amanda McFarland, Adult Programming Coordinator Though the Summer Reading Program has ended for the year, there is still plenty to do at Warsaw Community Public Library. Sally Reuter will lead a primitive American flag painting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 1. Register. Teens can play video games, … Read More

Lakeland Financial Hits Record Profit Again

By Alex Brown, INside Indiana Business WARSAW — Warsaw-based Lakeland Financial Corp. (Nasdaq: LKFN) is reporting record second quarter net income of $15.4 million, up from $12.8 million during the same period the previous year. The results mark the sixth consecutive quarter of record earnings for the parent … Read More