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Exception, Variance Granted By Syracuse BZA

An exception and a variance were approved at Thursday night’s Syracuse Board of Zoning Appeals meeting. A petition for National Oil and Gas Inc. was approved. The property is located at 1200 S. Huntington St. A petition for an exception is to allow a temporary remediation trailer to … Read More

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Syracuse BZA Approves Two Cases

There were only two cases on the Syracuse Board of Zoning Appeals agenda Thursday night and both were approved. Syracuse Pentecostal Church’s petition for a variance to allow two uses on one tract of ground (a residence and a church) was approved. The property is located at 605 … Read More

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Trail Committee Discusses Updates, Projects

Syracuse-Wawasee Trail Committee met Monday night to discuss several ongoing trail projects, as well as updates on existing projects. Plans for the Conklin Bay portion of the trail were discussed. Megan McClellan, executive director, said the wetland delineation will cost $4,620. “We have money for this section but … Read More

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New YMCA Serves The Whole Community

The new Parkview Warsaw YMCA in Warsaw has opened and is serving the community in many positive ways. The new Parkview Warsaw YMCA hopes to exceed expectations and promises to continue to make a positive impact in the community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. The … Read More

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WCHS FFA Enjoying Continued Success

The Warsaw Community High School FFA chapter has 72 members this year. Advisor is Lynnette Markley. She is in her 19th year at Warsaw, and she has taught agriculture for the past 20 years. “Our chapter has been actively involved in a lot of community service projects this … Read More

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Syracuse-Wawasee Trail Committee Discusses Updates

Syracuse-Wawasee Trail Committee discussed updates regarding ongoing projects at Monday evening’s meeting. Executive Director Megan McClellan met with several homeowners along Eli Lilly Road to discuss widening the narrow section of this trail. The committee is hoping to get donations from a few families to match the donations … Read More

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Trail Committee Receives Grant From K21

K21 Health Foundation has awarded the Syracuse-Wawasee Trail Committee a generous grant for the construction of a sidewalk-trail on Harkless Drive from Palm Drive to SR 13. The trail committee received a $50,000 grant from the foundation. The committee met Monday evening to hear the good news. K21 … Read More

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Syracuse BZA Approves Sole Case

The sole case at the Syracuse Board of Zoning Appeals meeting was approved Thursday evening. David Swartz’s petition for a variance was approved as presented. Swartz wants to allow enclosed stairs 3.7 feet from the property line and 19 feet from the right of way to remain as … Read More

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Trail Committee Discusses Budget

With a new budget for 2015, Syracuse-Wawasee Trail Committee met Monday night to wrap up some business and prepare for 2015. For the first time since the committee’s inception, executive director Megan McClellan submitted a budget. McClellan discussed the budget with committee members. The budget is for known … Read More

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Sole Item Approved At Syracuse BZA

The sole item on the agenda was approved at the Syracuse Board of Zoning Appeals meeting Thursday. Tom Votaw’s petition is for a variance to allow the construction of a residence 23 feet from the right of way and 23 feet from the water’s edge. The property is … Read More

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Commissioners Discuss Road Vacation

Kosciusko County Commissioners heard a road vacation petition at Tuesday’s meeting. A vacation for Allan Clough was tabled until a compromise can be worked out. The road vacation request was recommended for denial by the Kosciusko County Area Planning Commission Nov. 5. The road is located in the … Read More

County Veterans Officer Rich Maron, left, named Michael Minnick Sr., a U.S. Navy Seabee, November’s Veteran of the Month at the Kosciusko County Commissioners meeting Monday. Minnick also served in the Indiana National Guard. He spent 22 years in the military.

Milford Man Named Veteran Of The Month

A Milford man was named November’s Veteran of the Month at the Kosciusko County Commissioners meeting Monday. The meeting was Monday due to Election Day Tuesday. Michael Minnick Sr., a U.S. Navy Seabee, spent 22 years in the military. Minnick was in the Navy for three years and … Read More

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New Veterans Program Starting In County

To better assist veterans in the county, the Magical Meadows is starting a new program for veterans, Kosciusko County Commissioners heard Tuesday. Tammy Stackhouse, founder of Magical Meadows, said the new program, called Warrior Round-Up, kicks off this week. Magical Meadows offers therapeutic horseback riding for children and … Read More

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Three Men Seeking County Sheriff Seat

Three men are seeking the office of Kosciusko County Sheriff Election Day, Nov. 4. The candidates are: C. Aaron Rovenstine, Travis Marsh and Patrick Jamison. C. Aaron Rovenstine Rovenstine (Republican) is a lifetime Kosciusko County resident, who grew up in Atwood. He graduated from Warsaw High School in … Read More

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Trail Committee Completes Syracuse Lake Project

Syracuse-Wawasee Trail Committee gave an update on several trail projects at Monday’s meeting. The Syracuse Lake project is very close to finishing, with just a couple of minor places left to finish. “That completes the five-mile loop around Syracuse Lake,” said Megan McClellan, executive director. As far as … Read More