James Curtis was sworn in as North Webster’s newest law enforcement officer during the regular monthly meeting of the North Webster Town Council on Tuesday evening. Town attorney Jack Birch had the honor to swear Curtis in as the town’s newest employee.Read More
About Keith Knepp
Keith Knepp started working in the editorial department of The Papers, Inc. in March 2014. In addition to his contributions to InkFreeNews, he also serves as editor of the Shopping Guide News of Fulton County, as well as for the Elkhart/Kosciusko edition of Senior Life. He served for 10 years on Capitol Hill, most of which was as the executive assistant to the late U.S. Sen. Richard G. Lugar. He grew up in Nappanee before spending a dozen years in Washington, D.C., and Indianapolis following his graduation from Taylor University with a degree in political science.
During Tuesday night’s meeting of the Tippecanoe Township Fire Territory Advisory Board, Township Trustee Chris Francis provided an update on the township’s ongoing efforts to purchase the former theater to the north of the Tippecanoe Township Fire Territory Station on North Main Street in North Webster.Read More
In the recently published Syracuse-Wawasee Independence Day tab included as a supplement to The Mail-Journal and ‘the PAPER,’ the time of the Wawasee Area Conservancy Foundation’s annual Bug Catch event was incorrectly printed. The correct time for the event is 9 a.m. Saturday, July 2.Read More
By Keith Knepp InkFreeNews SYRACUSE — Wee Warriors Academy and the Syracuse-Wawasee Chamber of Commerce teamed up Friday morning to hold a ribbon cutting ceremony, officially welcoming the new child care facility to the Lakeland community. Located at 200 E. Palm Drive, the new facility offers day care … Read More