Nappanee Public Library News And Events

NAPPANEE — The following events will take place at the Nappanee Public Library: SYLVAN LEARNING PRESENTS SAT DIAGNOSTICS TEST The Nappanee Library is partnering with Sylvan Learning Center to provide an opportunity for Teens to take a redesigned SAT practice test 9:30 a.m. Saturday, April 1. From 6-7 … Read More

Single Mother, Son Receive New Home Thanks To Habitat For Humanity

WARSAW — Habitat for Humanity of Kosciusko County held a home dedication at 4 p.m. Saturday, March 25, at 417 Godman Street, Warsaw. Andrea Wagner and her 11-year-old son, Connor, are the new homeowners. For Wagner, this is the realization of a lifelong dream. Wagner has never owned … Read More

WCPL Warms Up For Spring

By Amanda McFarland, WCPL Adult Programming Administrator WARSAW — Warsaw Community Public Library is warming up for spring with movies, programs, crafts and more. Chess Club meets at 10 a.m. every Saturday. The library will be showing various movies. Dates are Tuesday, April 4 at 2 p.m., Wednesday, … Read More

Milford Public Library News And Events

MILFORD — The following events will take place at the Milford Public Library: SPRING STORY TIME BEGINS Spring Story Time begins with sessions 10:15 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. April 5 with the theme of “This Little Piggy!”. Preschool-aged children will listen to stories, decorate a ceramic piggy bank … Read More

Grace College Breaks Ground on Dr. Dane A. Miller Science Complex

WINONA LAKE — Grace College broke ground today, March 24, on the $8 million Dr. Dane A. Miller Science Complex that will be replacing the current Cooley Science Center on the east side of the Winona Lake campus. Since the Cooley Science Center was opened 38 years ago, the … Read More

Muzzles And Nuzzles — Warning: Lost and Found Pets Can Be Lost Forever

By DARLA MCCAMMON Executive Director, Animal Welfare League of Kosciusko WARSAW — Here at the Animal Welfare League, we maintain a computerized database and do everything possible to help an owner find and reclaim a lost or stray pet. Unfortunately, there are dishonest and unscrupulous people in this … Read More

Lakeland Christian Academy Honored As Optimist’s Students Of The Week

WARSAW — The Warsaw Breakfast Optimist Club recently recognized the following students from Lakeland Christian Academy as Students of the Week. 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 … Read More

Three Chess Teams From Lincoln Elementary School Headed To State Finals This Weekend

WARSAW — Three chess teams from Lincoln Elementary School placed in regionals and are headed to the Scholastic Chess of Indiana Team State Finals on Saturday, March 25 Two teams consisting of third graders and under and a team in the sixth grade and under division from LES … Read More

Warsaw Community School Physical Education Departments Receive $22,500 Grant

WARSAW — Warsaw Community Schools received a $22,500 grant from the K21 Foundation on Friday, March 24. The grant will go toward equipment that will be implemented in all eight area elementary schools’ physical education programs. Many students will be able to use the equipment that was purchased … Read More

TWF Awarded $4,200 For Community Water Monitoring Event

WINAMAC — Tippecanoe Watershed Foundation was awarded a grant by the Arrow Head Country Resource Conservation and Development Area during its meeting Tuesday, March 21, in Winamac. TWF staff attended the meeting in which more than $55,000 in grants were awarded to 15 groups from seven counties in the RC&D area.

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Lakeland Art Association Spring Juried Show Now Accepting Artwork

WARSAW — Lakeland Art Association will be holding its annual Spring Juried Show in May. The association anticipates a wonderful exhibit, with many awards presented. The Best of Show award will be sponsored by Maple Leaf Farms and the Tucker family again this year. Artwork can be dropped … Read More

Valley Hometown Fund Grants $4,000 To Community And School Programs

AKRON — Four school and community projects were awarded a total of $4,000 in funding at a Valley Hometown Fund grantmaking event held on March 21. The Valley Hometown Fund was created by Tippecanoe Valley graduates with the mission of connecting alumni with their schools and hometowns in … Read More

New Category Of Super Mileage Cars At Shell Marathon

SYRACUSE — Wawasee High School engineering students, led by teacher Allen Coblentz, are preparing two super mileage cars for the annual Shell Eco-marathon April 26-30 on the streets of downtown Detroit. One of the cars, diesel powered, will have four wheels, is larger and will actually look a little closer to a real life car.

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WCS Enters UVA School Acceleration Partnership

WARSAW — Warsaw Community Schools has entered into an unprecedented partnership with the University of Virginia, Darden School of Business and the Curry School of Education as Indiana’s first school acceleration program (UVA Partners for Leadership in Education). The Indiana Department of Education approached WCS to consider the … Read More