Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer administers the oath of office to Rick Packowski. This is Packowski's first full term as a board member. (Photo by Deb Patterson)

Improvements To Fribley Field Discussed

Fribley Field on East Market Street will be getting one if not two new additions in the upcoming years. Carl Sowers, Young Tigers Football, recently presented a request at a meeting of the City of Warsaw Parks and Recreation Department. Sowers reported Lowe’s has offered building materials to … Read More

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Upcoming Walorski Staff Office Hours

By LINDSAY JANCEK Communications Director, Congresswoman Jackie Walorski Congresswoman Jackie Walorski, IN-02, reminds constituents a member of her staff will be holding office hours to assist constituents with casework and official business. The Rochester district office, located at 709 Main St., is open from 8 a.m. to 5 … Read More

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North Webster Community Center Holds Boat Raffle

While the weather is still cold, for most it is hard to think about nice, leisurely days on the lake fishing but that is exactly what North Webster Community Center is doing. The NWCC is going to raffle off a 15-foot 2012 Alaskan Starcraft fishing boat with a … Read More

Relay For Life Hosts Kickoff Rally

By AIMEE KINTZEL Relay for Life Experience Lead From 2 p.m. until 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 8, the American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Kosciusko County will officially get underway as event volunteers and participants gather at Eastlake Skating Center, located at 3010 Frontage Road, Warsaw, for … Read More

Heartline Pregnancy Center Invites Public To Open House

By EMILY SHIPLEY Heartline Pregnancy Center The 2015 Board of Directors for Heartline Pregnancy Center, Inc. invites the public to an open house from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 29, at the K21 Health Services Pavilion at 1515 Provident Dr., Warsaw. Tours of the center’s facilities … Read More

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Mayor To Give State Of The City Address Feb. 2

By STACI YOUNG Assistant to Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer will present the annual State of the City address at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 2, during the regularly scheduled Common Council meeting. The mayor will offer a look back at the accomplishments of 2014 and … Read More


NIPSCO Extends Option For Customers To Go Green

By DENISE RODRIGUEZ NIPSCO Communications Northern Indiana Public Service Company has announced that its Green Power Rate pilot program, which launched in May 2012, has been approved by the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission as a long term program. The Green Power Rate program allows residential, commercial and industrial … Read More

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Warsaw Municipal Airport Important To Economics

Warsaw Municipal Airport is important to the community. Not only does it bring travelers from all over the country to the biomedical industry, it provides a major economic impact to the community. Warsaw Airport has an economic impact surprising to most. Goshen, with three times the population of … Read More

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Warsaw Airport Looks Beyond Short Term Goals

Warsaw Municipal Airport is looking towards the future, beyond it’s five-year goals and plans. However the Federal Aviation Administration may have a different set of goals and plans. These goals and plans include lowering power lines at the east end of the south runway, alternatives to the FAA’s … Read More


Chamness, Spore Sentenced In Son’s Death

  “This is a day I have not been looking for,” stated Kosciusko Circuit Court Judge Michael Reed this morning when he handed down the sentence to Candy S. Chamness and Derrick W. Spore, both of Syracuse, on a charge of reckless homicide, a class C felony. “This … Read More

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‘Indiana at 200′ — First Church Congregation Still Thriving in Vincennes

By ANDREA NEAL Roman Catholics claim bragging rights to Indiana’s oldest church. Jesuit missionaries visited the French fort at Vincennes within months of its establishment in 1732. A resident priest, Sebastian Meurin, arrived in 1748. People have been worshiping at St. Francis Xavier Church ever since. “If the … Read More

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Accident On SR 13 In North Webster

Few details are available on a vehicle accident on SR 13 in North Webster, the accident was around 8 p.m. in front of the American Legion. North Webster Fire Department and North Webster Paramedics responded, along with North Webster, Kosciusko County and Indiana State Police. … Read More

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NRC Approves Limited River Otter Trapping Season

By PHIL BLOOM Communications, Indiana Department of Natural Resources The Indiana Natural Resources Commission on Tuesday approved rules that include a limited river otter trapping season beginning this fall. River otters, a native Indiana species, are one of several successful management projects of the DNR Division of Fish … Read More

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‘Indiana at 200′ — Bison Made First Indiana Road

By ANDREA NEAL Bison made Indiana’s first highway. It started at the Falls of the Ohio near modern-day Clarksville where the beasts came together to cross the Ohio River at its shallowest point. It ended near Vincennes where they scattered to graze on Illinois prairie grass. If you … Read More

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Chamber Hosts House Sessions

  Senator Carlin Yoder and Representatives Dave Wolkins and Curtis Nisly participated in the first Third House Session hosted by the Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce Friday morning. The three elected officials briefly spoke of activity during recent sessions and answered questions from the several dozen individuals in attendance. … Read More