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Kosciusko County Under Severe Thunderstorm Watch

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY — The National Weather Service for Northern Indiana has issued a severe thunderstorm watch. The counties impacted are widespread and include Kosciusko, Elkhart, Fulton, Marshall and Noble counties. The watch will remain in effect until 10 p.m. A full list of counties impacted can be viewed … Read More

Zimmer Biomet Employee Steals Debit Card From Coworker, Makes Fraudulent Charges

WARSAW — A Zimmer Biomet employee was recently arrested after a victim reported his debit card stolen at work and fraudulent charges were made at local businesses. Brent Anthony Odom, 54, 8366 Misty Drive, Indianapolis, is being charged with two counts of fraud, level six felonies, and theft, … Read More

United Way Celebrates Year Of Accomplishments, Looks Forward To Next Chapter

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY — The United Way of Kosciusko County held its annual celebration last night, Feb. 22 at the VIC in Warsaw. The celebration was all about honoring the great accomplishments made in the past year while looking forward to the possibilities for greatness that exist moving forward. … Read More

Common Council Looks Into Wastewater Plant Expansion

WARSAW — Warsaw may be getting a large wastewater plant expansion within the next few years. A presentation on a possible wastewater plant expansion was given during last night’s, Feb. 21, Common Council meeting. The current wastewater plant located on Silveus Crossing was first operational in 2012. According … Read More

Warsaw Indiana Town Hall

Golf Carts One Step Closer To Being Allowed In Warsaw

WARSAW — Golf carts are one step closer to being allowed in Warsaw after an ordinance had its first reading at last night’s Warsaw Common Council meeting. Currently, state law prohibits golf carts from operating on a highway, except when a city has adopted an ordinance. The ordinance … Read More

Claypool Man Bites Officer While Resisting Law Enforcement

CLAYPOOL — A Claypool man was arrested after he bit an officer who was responding to help him. William Lewis Vining, 35, 504 E Fort Wayne St., Warsaw, is being charged with battery with bodily injury to a law enforcement officer, a level 5 felony; possession of methamphetamine … Read More

Syracuse Man Batters His Mother, Stabs Her With A Grill Fork

SYRACUSE — A Syracuse man was arrested after he battered his mother, including stabbing her with a grill fork. Jeromie Lee Bright, 37, 804 N Mill St., Syracuse, is being charged with battery while armed with a deadly weapon, a level 5 felony; intimidation with a deadly weapon, … Read More

Cindy Weybright

Cindy Weybright, 65, passed away on Friday morning, Feb.17, 2017 in the St. Joseph Regional Medical Center – Plymouth Campus. She then gave the gift of sight through the Indiana Organ Procurement Program. She was born on March 1, 1951 in Fulton County to Richard E. and Carolyn … Read More

Thomas E. Zeiger

Thomas E. Zeiger, 66, Rochester, Indiana, passed away at 5:30 a.m. on Thursday, Feb.16, 2017 at the Veterans Administration Northern Indiana Health Care System, Marion Campus, Marion. He was born on Oct. 30, 1950 in Rochester, the son of Joseph A. and Martha J. (Richard) Zeiger. Thomas served … Read More

High Speed Chase Leads To Damaged Police Car, Discovery Of Drugs

WARSAW — A Warsaw woman led police on a high speed chase that ended with her damaging a police car. After the suspect fled on foot, officers discovered methamphetamine inside the vehicle and on her person. Rachel Nicole Blankenship, 19, 2441 West CR 250S, Warsaw, is being charged with … Read More

UPDATE: More Information Released From Milford’s Tanker Accident

MILFORD — More details have been released from an accident that caused the Milford Fire Department to lose one of its tankers on Tuesday, Feb. 14. At approximately 12:38 p.m. Milford Firefighter Troy Haines, 49, was driving the department’s 3,000 gallon tanker southbound on Main Street in Milford with … Read More

Bailey Appointed As Director Of Community Corrections

WARSAW — Anna Bailey was named as the new director of the Kosciusko County Community Corrections during a special board meeting held last night, Monday, Feb. 13. The executive committee of Community Corrections met two weeks ago to review applications for the director position. The committee had re advertised … Read More