Open House Kicks Off 41st Season At Debra Collier’s School Of Dance

WARSAW — Debra Collier’s School of Dance is kicking off their 41st season with an open house from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 24.  Families can enjoy free classes, face painting, multiple door prizes and performances by Class Act Dance Troupe.  Kosciusko Literacy Services will also be … Read More

Saturday Drive-through Car Seat Clinic At Martin’s

WARSAW — From 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturday Aug. 19, Lutheran EMS and Warsaw/Wayne Fire Department will be at Martin’s Supermarket providing a free drive-through Car Seat Clinic during Martin’s Safety Day.  Martin’s is located at 1150 Husky Trail in Warsaw. After ensuring that your most … Read More

Triton School Corporation, LHN KCH Announce 10-year Community Partnership

BOURBON — Representatives of Triton School Corporation and Lutheran Health Network Kosciusko Community Hospital have announced a 10-year partnership that will support the students and faculty with health education while encouraging overall wellness. As part of the collaboration, Triton School Corporation will use funds for the enhancement of … Read More

Tippecanoe Valley Offering Free High School Equivalency Class

AKRON — The Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation will again offer a High School Equivalency class free of charge to anyone in the Tippecanoe Valley community or surrounding areas. The class helps people learn the necessary requirements to complete the HSE test. Classes will take place from 6 to … Read More

North Webster Council Brushes Up On Rules For Brush Pick Up

NORTH WEBSTER — North Webster Town Council heard from Utilities Manager Mike Noe that brush pick up will continue with certain stipulations during the Tuesday, Aug. 15, meeting at the North Webster Community Center. These rules are less strict than those on the books. Street and water department … Read More

Wawasee Kiwanis Donates To Syracuse Elementary School Teachers

SYRACUSE — The Wawasee Kiwanis recently gave $50 to teachers at the Syracuse Elementary School. The club spent a total of $1,800 giving money to each teacher to help buy supplies for their classroom. The club understands that teachers often spend their own money to buy supplies. … Read More

North Webster Chamber Plans For The Rest Of 2017

NORTH WEBSTER — North Webster-Tippecanoe Township Chamber of Commerce had three volunteers to be members of the nomination committee for the 2018 officers and board. Volunteering were Brenda Peterson, Lake City Bank; Jim Smith, Loose Moose Motorsports; and Jen Ducey, Tippecanoe Township. They will report back at the … Read More

The Whole World Is A Comedy

WINONA LAKE — Having grown up performing in community theater, Cody Streasick has always felt comfortable standing in the spotlight. Through the creation of his best man speech, the 28-year-old Winona Lake resident discovered how much he enjoyed performing stand-up comedy. “I’ve been doing this for about a year,” … Read More

Cub Scout Recruiting Begins

KOSCIUSKO — With the beginning of the School year, Cub Scout Packs throughout Kosciusko County are gearing up for fall recruiting.  Several “Joining Night” dates have already been set. Following is a list of Schools and the corresponding Join Night information: Eisenhower and Washington Elementary — 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, … Read More

WCS Encourages Safe Viewing Of Upcoming Solar Eclipse

  WARSAW — On Monday, Aug. 21, all of North America will be treated to a front row seat of a total solar eclipse. This eclipse has garnered immense national attention with millions planning to view the celestial event both as it unfolds and online, Warsaw Community Schools … Read More

Winona Lake Family Honored For Saving Man’s Life

WINONA LAKE — The Hoover family was honored for saving Don Laughlin’s life during the Winona Lake Town Council meeting held on Tuesday, Aug. 15. On July 19, Don was fishing on Winona Lake. When it started getting a little too warm out, he started his boat motor … Read More