kosciusko county

Shelby Petition Approved By County BZA

WARSAW — Carole Shelby’s petition for a variance to split a lot creating an undersized tract of ground was among the several agenda items considered by the Kosciusko County Board of Zoning Appeals during its regular monthly meeting Tuesday, Oct. 13, in Warsaw.

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Syracuse Meth Lab Explosion

Syracuse Home Explosion Caused by Meth Lab

SYRACUSE — A Syracuse home’s attached garage is in shambles following a late night explosion. The residence is located at the intersection of Palm Drive and Harkless Drive. On Monday, October 12, at approximately 11:30 p.m. the Syracuse Police Department was alerted to a possible fire/explosion at 901 S. Harkless Drive in Syracuse.

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Milford Town Hall

EMS Addresses Milford Council’s Concerns

MILFORD — Kosciusko County Emergency Medical Services representative Scott Sigerfoos was on hand at Milford’s Town Council meeting Monday evening, Oct. 12, to address concerns about slow response times.

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Golf Cart Ordinance Passes In Pierceton

PIERCETON — A short Pierceton Town Council meeting took place at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 12, at the Pierceton Fire Department. During the meeting, a garbage disposal bid was brought before the council, and the golf cart ordinance was passed.

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Leesburg Town Hall

Vacant Leesburg Business Requests Sewage Cost Relief

LEESBURG — On Monday, Oct. 12, Leesburg Town Council met to discuss the possibility of setting a new precedence in how to deal with unoccupied commercial businesses in terms of their water bills. Roberta “Bobbi” Anderson visited the board to discuss a commercial property she owns on SR … Read More


Kovach Reappointed To Regional Works Council

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY — Governor Mike Pence recently made appointments to various boards and commissions. One local man was included in the aforementioned appointments.  William E. Kovach, Kosciusko County, was recommended by Jackie Dowd to be reappointed to the Regional Works Council. Kovach was reappointed to Region 2 to serve … Read More


Pence Adds Funds to Secured School Safety Program

INDIANAPOLIS — In light of the recent tragedy in Oregon and the continuing safety threat across the country, Governor Mike Pence has directed that an additional $3.5 million be added to the Secured School Safety Grant Program, increasing the funding available for the current year to more than $9 million.

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Great ShakeOut One Week Away

WARSAW — The Great Central U.S. ShakeOut is set for 10:15 a.m. Thursday, Oct.15, and the Indiana Department of Homeland Security encourages all Hoosiers to register and participate in this opportunity to practice earthquake safety. Indiana is exposed to a threat of earthquakes along the New Madrid Seismic … Read More


More Than Meets The High With High Oleic Soybeans

By AMY ERLANDSON Associate, Osborn Barr INDIANA — To the naked eye, the soybeans Kevin Wilson is harvesting this fall look like any other soybeans grown in Indiana. But, this Walton farmer knows his soybeans are on the cutting edge of innovation. They’re different because they meet end-customer needs. … Read More

Indiana shipwreck

Explore Indiana Shipwrecks By Land Or ‘Sea’

By MIKE MOLNAR Manager, Lake Michigan Coastal Program, DNR Division of Nature Preserves INDIANA — Viewing a newly designed website provides a virtual looks at what only divers used to be able to access. The website, part of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources website, features the J.D. … Read More