Cub Scout Pack 3761 from Pierceton is planning to take a truck and trailer full of supplies down to the people of Oklahoma who were affected by Monday’s devastating tornadoes. The scouts are asking the community, churches, friends, families and local businesses to help with donations such of …Read More
The best and quickest way to help Oklahoma tornado victims is to donate to the American Red Cross disaster relief fund at RedCross.org or by texting REDCROSS to 90999 to give $10. Throughout the nation, including Oklahoma, the Red Cross has local connections and partnerships already established in …Read More
John and Marjorie Hill Knecht, of North Manchester, celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary on May 25. They were married May 30, 1943, in the United Brethren Church in Hartford City, Ind. Mrs. Knecht is the daughter of the late Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Hill and lived in …Read More
Larry and Fran Allen are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter, Katie, to Luke Clark, son of Kevin and Linda Clark. Katie grew up in Syracuse. She is currently in the School of Pharmacy at Purdue University. Luke is from North Webster and is in the …Read More
Three students from Pierceton Elementary School were honored with awards at the Northeast Indiana Regional Science Fair held at IPFW. Jordyn Leininger, 8 years old and a PES second-grader, is the daughter of Thad and Rochelle Leininger. She was awarded Regional Winner at the Northeast Indiana Science Fair …Read More
Ashton Greene, 9 years old, caught this fish in our pond. We live in Leesburg, Indiana. It is his biggest one he has caught so far. 8 pound 24 in bass. He has such a passion for fishing and is very proud if this “catch”.
Tippecanoe Valley Schools will host “Guiding Good Choices,” a FREE parenting workshop for parents/guardians with children 9-14 years of age. “Guiding Good Choices” is an interactive program that helps parents, grandparents, caretakers, foster parents, etc. tackle tough subjects such as: How to prevent drug use in your family …Read More
Evan Fidler won a book during National Children’s Book Week at the Syracuse Public LIbrary. Each day a winner was drawn from the kids that had visited the library that day. Other winners were: Marisa Kaufman, Brandon Tayagua, Samantha Pressler and Noah Stouder. Summer Reading Starts June 4th …Read More
First graders from Warsaw Christian School recently had a field trip at Merry Lea Environmental Center, north of Columbia City. Adrian Bowdler, Parker Spore, Amaya Hoyt, Rafe Hoover are shown with their field guide, Ellie, a Goshen College student, who taught them about different kinds of water bugs …Read More
In observance of United States Armed Forces Day on Saturday, May 18, the American Red Cross is encouraging people to thank a service member. U.S. Armed Forces Day celebrates individuals who serve our country by being a part of the military force and demonstrate the courage it takes …Read More
The Silver Lake Lions Club will be hosting a Veteran’s Ceremony at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 25. The ceremony will take place at Lakeview Cemetery, Silver Lake. All members of the public are welcome to attend.
Mary Cockburn Bales, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Cockburn, and a 1998 graduate of Wawasee High School, received her Doctor of Philosophy degree from Purdue University on Sunday, May 12 during graduation ceremonies. She has been hired to do research at the University of Notre Dame at …Read More
Indiana State University has announced its dean’s list for the 2013 spring semester. Students from Kosciusko County recognized for academic achievement include Cale Erwin, Erika Rovinaugh and Haley Robinaugh, all of Warsaw; Austin Montel of Claypool, and Kimberly Miller of Syracuse. To be eligible for the dean’s list, …Read More
WINONA LAKE, IND. – A community appreciation dinner in honor of Dr. Ronald E. Manahan was hosted by Dr. Dane and Mary Louise Miller at Westminster Hall on May 6. During the evening, Manahan was recognized for 36 years of distinguished service and 20 years as president of …Read More
On Friday, May 3, the Warsaw Rotary Club and Beauchamp & McSpadden announced the winners of this year’s Self-Reliance Awards. The purpose of the Beauchamp & McSpadden Self-Reliance Award is to recognize and reward high school seniors who have persevered through difficult situations in their life to receive …Read More