White Presents Winsome Winona For Historical Society

WARSAW — As part of its 52nd annual banquet Thursday night, Oct. 19, the Kosciusko County Historical Society invited local historian and Grace College instructor of journalism Terry White to present “Winsome Winona” to 106 guests. In what may be the fastest recap of 150 years of history, in 45 … Read More

Tippecanoe Valley Middle School Spell Team Earns First Place

AKRON — The Tippecanoe Valley Middle School Spell Team took home first place in the Running Rivers Conference Spell Bowl held on Oct. 17 at Manchester Community Schools. Spell coach Susanne Siebrase said this marks the eighth win in a row at the RRC Spell Bowl for the … Read More

Magical Meadows Celebrates Ten Year Anniversary, Thanks Donors

WARSAW — It’s not just a pony ride. This was the overriding message as Magical Meadows celebrated its ten year anniversary last night, Oct. 19. A donor reception was held to honor everyone involved in making the vision of Magical Meadows come true. The organization offers therapeutic riding … Read More

K21 Health Foundation, 212 Media Studios Partner To Host Communications Seminar

KOSCIUSKO — On Sept. 27, 212 Media Studios facilitated a four-hour marketing services workshop, hosted by K21 Health Foundation. The seminar delivered insight and resources to aid nonprofits in their efforts to provide health-related services in the community. The workshop’s four sessions covered various communications and marketing topics … Read More

Beaman Celebrates Domestic Violence Awareness Month

KOSCIUSKO — The Kosciusko County Commissioners have signed an official document proclaiming October Domestic Violence Awareness Month in Kosciusko County. The proposal was given by Beaman Home Executive Director, Tracie Hodson, at the Oct. 17 commissioners’ meeting, and the motion carried. Domestic Violence Awareness Month is also nationally … Read More

Kosciusko Literacy Services Receives Donation From MutualBank

KOSCIUSKO — The MutualBank Charitable Foundation awarded $4,500 to Read to Grow Children’s Book Club a program of Kosciusko Literacy Services.  Kosciusko Literacy Services is honored to receive the support of the MutualBank Charitable Foundation.  The MutualBank Charitable Foundation was created to establish a permanent source of funding … Read More

Warsaw Students Learning House Building Skills

WARSAW — Junior and senior Warsaw Community High School students are building a new house from the foundation up southeast of Warsaw. A total of 24 students — 12 in the morning and 12 in the afternoon — are participating in the building trades program through the Warsaw … Read More

Explore WACF Trails At Falltastic Trail Walk

SYRACUSE — More than three miles of trails on Wawasee Area Conservancy Foundation property, 11586 SR 13, Syracuse, will be available to explore at your own pace from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 21, and Sunday, Oct. 22, for the third annual WACF Falltastic Trail Walk. The … Read More

Warsaw Summer School Reveals Shocking Results In 2017

WARSAW — The Warsaw Summer School Program faces a few challenges ahead in the future after a few shocking revelations this summer but shows a lot of progress thus far. Warsaw School Board heard from WCS Summer Program Coordinator JoElla Smyth as she presented the 2017 summer school … Read More

Applications Being Accepted For 2018 Miss Kosciusko Pageant

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY — The Miss Kosciusko Scholarship Program is now accepting applications to be a contestant in the 2018 Miss Kosciusko Pageant. This is not just Kosciusko County. Any girl from the ages of 13-24 who lives or goes to school in Kosciusko, Wabash, Huntington, or Whitley counties … Read More

Congressman Banks To Speak At Annual Executive Forum

WINONA LAKE — The Grace College School of Business is pleased to present the sixth annual Executive Forum, “Giving Back to the Community,” from 8 to 11:45 Monday, Nov. 20,  at the Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center, 610 Wooster Road, Winona Lake. Doors open at 8 a.m. for check-in … Read More

Warsaw Breakfast Optimist Club Donates To Tiger Basketball

WARSAW – The Warsaw Breakfast Optimist Club recently donated $200 to Tiger Basketball. Join the Club as a guest on any Wednesday morning at 7 a.m. for the breakfast meeting at the Shrine Building in the Kosciusko County Fairgrounds.  The Warsaw Breakfast Optimist Club is the number one Optimist Club in the … Read More

Grace College Hosting RedBird Art Exhibit

WINONA LAKE — RedBird Art Studio, a division of Cardinal Services Inc., will present its first-ever art exhibit in Mount Memorial Art Gallery, 200 Seminary Dr., Winona Lake, Oct. 17 – Dec. 9. An opening reception will take place Friday, Oct. 20, at 7 p.m. in the gallery. … Read More

Counseling Center Looks To Rebuild Structurally And Emotionally

WARSAW — After a devastating fire destroyed Isaiah 11 Ministry’s facility at 6256 W. CR 100N, Warsaw, the counseling center is desperately trying to rebuild while simultaneously dealing with the impending loss of co-founder Ron Ozier. Ron is on hospice with an aortic aneurysm, stage five kidney disease and … Read More