Duck Dynasty Star Willie Robertson Visits Grace College

WINONA LAKE — Reality TV star of the A & E show Duck Dynasty and CEO of Duck Commander Willie Robertson visited Grace College today, Feb. 24. Robertson began his visit by speaking to students at chapel during Career Week at Grace College, a week dedicated to equipping … Read More

K21 Health Foundation Donates $1,000 To TVHS In Honor Of Board Member

MENTONE — K21 Health Foundation donated $1,000 to Tippecanoe Valley High School counseling services in board member’s name. Rosy Jansma, a Mentone resident and parent of two Tippecanoe Valley students, serves on the K21 Health Foundation board of directors. Because of Jansma’s involvement in the community and commitment … Read More

Tippecanoe Valley High School To Open Clothing Boutique For Students

AKRON — Students at Tippecanoe Valley High School are getting a chance to make a good first impression and put their best foot forward with the help of a new boutique in the school. What started out as a clothing closet for students has morphed into a boutique … Read More

Winona Lake To Hold Summer Camp Fair In March

WINONA LAKE — Families will be given an opportunity to learn about activities in the area available for kids this summer. During the Winona Lake Town Council meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 21, the director of the Winona Lake Parks and Recreation Department and Senior Center,Holly Hummitch, announced a summer … Read More

Kosciusko County Health Department January Health Inspections

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY — The Kosciusko County Health Department completed the January inspections. The following restaurants received violations: Pizza King, 719 S. Huntington St., Syracuse, received one critical violation: pest control. Pak-a-Sak, 2535 U.S. 30 East, Warsaw, received one critical violation: date-marking disposition. American Legion, 765 W. 138 N., … Read More

Warsaw School Corporation Approves eLearning Days To Make Up For Winter Cancellations

WARSAW — Students enrolled in Warsaw Community Schools will be making up winter cancellation days in a new way in the coming months. During the Feb. 20 Warsaw Board of School Trustees meeting, the board unanimously approved a motion to modify the 2016-2017 school year calendar to include … Read More

Electric Cooperative To Sponsor Students At Touchstone Energy Camp

WARSAW — Kosciusko REMC will sponsor four students at the annual Touchstone Energy Camp. The camp will be held June 7-10, at Camp Tecumseh in Brookston. Students entering seventh grade in 2017 are eligible to attend and are selected by their local cooperative to participate in the three-day … Read More

Nappanee Public Library News And Events

NAPPANEE — The following events will take place at the Nappanee Public Library: TEEN TUESDAY CELEBRATES TEEN TECH WEEK Teen Tech Week, part of a national initiative by the American Library Association, is March 6 – 10. The Nappanee Library is celebrating with a special teen Tuesday, featuring … Read More

Parkview Warsaw Demonstrates Mock ER Trauma For Warsaw High School Students

WARSAW — Students at Warsaw Community High School got a taste of some real-life experience in the ER at Parkview Warsaw today, Feb. 17. Sixteen students in teacher Rose Love’s honors medical innovations class at the Warsaw Community High School were invited to Parkview Warsaw to experience what … Read More

Center Street Community Theatre Puts On ‘The Curious Savage’ This Weekend

WARSAW — Individuals from different walks of life in the community have come together to put on a performance of ‘The Curious Savage’ with the Center Street Community Theatre at the Wagon Wheel the next two weekends. This production is being directed by Melissa Jordan. While this is … Read More

Women In Work Release Program Move From Jail To Work Release Center

WARSAW — Women in the Kosciusko County Work Release Program will be moving from their current residence at the jail to the men’s work release center off of Center Street. The move is scheduled to occur tentatively the beginning of March. Men on work release have been residing in … Read More

Some Sixth Graders To Take Accelerated Math Classes

WARSAW — Warsaw Schools Chief Academic Advisor David Robertson announced to the board during the Warsaw Community School Board of Trustees work session on Tuesday, Feb. 14, that the pre-algebra task force initiative has made significant progress. As students will be required to take a semester of math … Read More

Area Accident Reports

Kosciusko Officers with the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department investigated the following accidents: 6:24 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 14, West CR 800S, Claypool. Driver: David W. Douglas, 45, West Eldora Drive, Silver Lake. Douglas swerved off the road to miss a deer and struck a utility pole. Damage up to … Read More

Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation Awarded $30,000 Planning Grant From Lilly Endowment

AKRON — The Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation announced during the TVSC Board of Trustees meeting on Monday, Feb. 13, it was recently awarded a $30,000 planning grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. The corporation was awarded the planning grant for a comprehensive counseling initiative. For the next three months, … Read More

The Warsaw Community Public Library Celebrates 100th Birthday

WARSAW — One hundred years ago, the Warsaw Community Public Library received its first load of books from a local school in January, 1917, and opened its doors to the community in April, 1917. During the WCPL board of trustees meeting, library director Ann Zydek informed the board … Read More