Lake Effect Snow to Hit Parts of Northern Indiana

NORTHERN INDIANA — The Indiana Department of Transportation warns that even with pre-treatment, salt and snow plows, white-out conditions are likely to make travel very difficult on Thursday night and Friday in parts of northern Indiana. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for Elkhart, LaGrange, LaPorte, Steuben … Read More

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Approval Recommended For Development Near Nappanee

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY — Where will the water go? Drainage is one of the most common concerns expressed by nearby property owners when a residential or commercial development is proposed.

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Fire Territory Board Approves Volunteer Agreement

WARSAW — Following the approval of issuing bonds for Station 3 of the Warsaw-Wayne Township Fire Territory, the night before, a step toward manning that station was taken by the WWTF Protection Territory board Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 6.

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The crash was a result of a chain reaction rear ending.

Three-Vehicle Accident At Detroit And Market Street, Warsaw

WARSAW — At approximately 1:15 p.m., Warsaw Police Department, Warsaw-Wayne Fire and Lutheran EMS were dispatched to a three-vehicle accident at the intersection of Detroit and Market streets, Warsaw. The collision was the result of a chain reaction rear-ending. One person was transported from the scene complaining of … Read More


UPDATE — Four Vehicle Crash On US 31 Claims One Life

MARSHALL COUNTY — The Indiana State Police continue to investigate a four vehicle crash on US 31 at the intersection of 12th Road near Plymouth that happened shortly before 6:30 a.m. this morning. US 31 was reopened to traffic at 11 a.m. Preliminary investigation has shown that a silver … Read More


Mishler To Chair Senate Subcommittee On School Funding

INDIANA — State Sen. Ryan Mishler (R-Bremen) has been appointed by Senate President Pro Tem David Long (R-Fort Wayne) to serve as chair of the Senate Subcommittee on School Funding for the 120th General Assembly. “I’m honored to once again chair the Senate Subcommittee on School Funding, and to … Read More

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BREAKING — Four Vehicle Crash On US 31 Claims Life

MARSHALL COUNTY — The Indiana State Police is on scene of a four vehicle crash on US 31 at the intersection of 12th Road near Plymouth. The accident happened shortly before 6:30 a.m. Wednesday morning. The north bound lane of US 31 is expected to be closed until at … Read More


Memorandum Signed, Bond For Fire Station Approved

WARSAW — After much deliberation and hearing the public’s concerns, the Warsaw Council approved the issuance of a general bond for the new Warsaw-Wayne Fire Territory fire station at County Farm Road and CR 200S during the council meeting Monday night, Dec. 5. “I’m appreciative of the process, and … Read More


American Legion Post 49’s Annual Pearl Harbor Day Event

WARSAW — American Legion Post 49 will hold its annual Pearl Harbor Day ceremony on Wednesday, Dec. 7. Wednesday marks the 75th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor bombing. The ceremony will be held at the corner of Lake and Center streets in Warsaw, near the memorial at the … Read More


Breakfast With Santa

Santa Claus visited the Community Center in Syracuse for Breakfast with Santa Saturday, Dec. 3. The Syracuse Kiwanis dished up more than 600 pancake and sausage meals, supplemented by fresh baked chocolate chip cookies served by the local Boy Scout troop. Santa had a busy time, with hundreds … Read More


Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department Offers Winter Driving Tips

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY — During the cold months of winter, driving conditions can change quickly depending on the weather.  To help citizens prepare for another winter driving season, Sheriff Aaron Rovenstine offers the following safety tips: Be prepared: Before traveling, check the forecast and let someone know your travel … Read More


Murder Of Sarah Gibbs Remains Unsolved After Two Years

WARSAW — Almost two years has passed since autistic Warsaw resident Sarah Gibbs was murdered. Even after all this time, it has not been determined who killed Gibbs. On Dec. 19, 2014, Gibbs’ duplex on Smith Street, Warsaw, was set on fire. Officials determined Gibbs was killed before … Read More


Lakeland Sewer Extends Contract Due To Small Delays

NORTH WEBSTER — The board members of Lakeland Regional Sewer District heard positive project updates on Thursday evening, Dec. 1, while also debating on approving a request to extend one contracted amount. During the regular monthly meeting held at the North Webster Community Center, the board kicked off … Read More

Decorated with multi-colored Christmas lights and a canalaria light path welcomed guests to the WACF Christmas Lighting Social Friday evening.

WACF Hosts Christmas Lighting Social

SYRACUSE — The smell of burning wood in a fireplace and the path to Ruddell Pavilion lined with candelarias greeted approximately 50 guests to the Second Annual Wawasee Area Conservancy Christmas Lighting Social Friday evening, Dec. 2. The event took place at the WACF Levinson-LaBrosse Lakes & Wetlands … Read More

Trump Wins Election

State Releases 2016 General Election Voter Turnout

INDIANAPOLIS — Secretary of State Connie Lawson announced 58 percent of the state’s 4.8 million registered voters cast a vote in the Nov. 8 general election. Kosciusko County continued its tradition, with the exception of one year, of being at or above the state turnout percentage. The county had a 61 percent voter turnout this year.

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