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Expect Traffic Restriction In Winona Lake On Saturday Morning

WINONA LAKE — Traffic delays, restrictions and road closures should be expected for some areas of Winona Lake due to the Optimist Triathlon from 8 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, June 24. Pierceton Road/Packerton Road will be closed to all traffic. Drivers can travel Packerton Road to CR 225S … Read More

Tippecanoe Valley Students Attend Leadership Camp

MENTONE — Students from Akron Elementary School and Mentone Elementary School had the opportunity to attend a leadership camp. The camp was called “A Barrel Full of Leadership” and took place June 18-21 at Manchester University. The camp contained experiential learning with an emphasis on goal setting, communication, … Read More


Parkview Health Earns The Nation’s Top Honor For Nursing Excellence

Parkview Health’s hospitals have joined the ranks of the nation’s most elite by achieving Magnet® recognition across the region. Magnet designation is granted by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Magnet Recognition Program®, which ensures that rigorous standards for nursing excellence are met. “Achieving Magnet recognition reinforces the culture … Read More

Lincoln Elementary School Playground Community Build Event

WARSAW — Warsaw Community Schools is extending an invitation to WCS staff, parents and the community for a Lincoln Elementary School Playground – Community Build Event to take place at the new Lincoln Elementary site on July 7 and July 8. This community volunteer event starts at 8:30 … Read More

‘Summer Surprises with the Symphony’ To Prelude Fireworks In The Village July 1

WINONA LAKE — The Symphony of the Lakes will perform the third summertime concert of the Grace College and Village at Winona Lake Festival of Music. “Summer Surprises with the Symphony” will take place at 8 p.m. on Saturday, July 1, in the park at Winona Lake below … Read More

Patton Earns Real Estate’s Premier New Home Sales Certification

WARSAW — Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices is proud to announce that Jason Patton has completed the real estate industry’s most comprehensive new home sales course to earn his national certification as a Certified New Home Specialist™. With this certification, he joins a group dedicated to providing the highest level … Read More

Duke Energy Supports Education Outreach

WABASH —  The Honeywell Center Educational Outreach Program, now in its 19th year, provides arts-in-education opportunities to students in preschool through twelfth grade. In 2016, the program served 10 counties in Northeast Indiana with more than 49,000 student interactions.  Since 2002, Duke Energy has been an outstanding partner … Read More

Todd Deaton Celebrates 40 Years In The Textile Rental Industry

WARSAW — Congratulations to Todd Deaton, Executive Vice President at Wildman Business Group, on celebrating 40 years with the company. His valuable contributions, continued loyalty and dedicated leadership at Wildman has played an integral role in the business and led them to where they are today. Deaton began … Read More

Free Community Paddle Boarding Offered This Saturday In Warsaw

WARSAW — The city of Warsaw Parks and Recreation Department is offering FREE Community Paddle Boarding from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. this Saturday, June 24 at Pike Lake Beach. No registration is required. An annual waiver and rules sheet must be signed by each participant, (must be … Read More

The Bulldogs Performing At This Weekend’s Free Concert In Warsaw

WARSAW — The city of Warsaw Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to hold the Central Park Concert Series at the Central Park Plaza  at 7 p.m. on Friday June 23. Back by popular demand, everyone won’t want to miss The Bulldogs, cranking out hit after hit from … Read More

Winona Lake To Begin Biodegradable Bag Program July 1

WINONA LAKE — The Town of Winona Lake is committed to an on-going effort to be stewards of the environment. The elimination of plastic yard waste bags from the environment is a positive step forward. Beginning on July 1, the Winona Lake Street Department will no longer pick … Read More

Rotary Club Raising Funds For New Warsaw Park

WARSAW — The Warsaw Rotary Club was chartered on June 1, 1919.  The club in cooperation with the City of Warsaw has decided to develop “Rotary Park” to celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2019.  Rotary Park will be located at the intersection of West Center and Market streets, … Read More


Farm Service Agency County Committee Nomination Period Begins

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY — The nomination period for Kosciusko County Farm Service Agency  county committees began Monday, June 15. The following townships are included in this election: Franklin, Seward, Clay, Monroe, Jackson and Lake.  To be eligible to serve on an FSA county committee, a person must participate or … Read More

Warsaw Police Department Hires Daniel Rosenberg

WARSAW — On June 19, the City of Warsaw Board of Public Works and Safety approved the hiring of Daniel J. Rosenberg as Probationary Patrol Officer.  Rosenberg received his undergraduate degree at the University of South Florida and his masters degree from Grace College & Seminary.  He is … Read More

Rainbow Child Care Center Expands Presence in Warsaw

WARSAW — To answer an increased demand for affordable, high-quality preschool solutions in Warsaw, Rainbow Child Care Center recently opened its second area location, continuing the premier early childhood education provider’s expansion in Indiana and across the country. The state-of-the-art center, located at 82 Capital Drive, Warsaw, adjacent … Read More