InkFreeNews.comPhil SmithUpdated: May 10, 2019 @ 2:37 PM
WARSAW — Kosciusko County’s Health Department requested a purchase that can likely ensure some of the department’s most value assets stay viable. Bob Weaver, administrator, spoke to the Kosciusko County Council at its regular monthly meeting on Thursday, May 9, requesting an additional appropriation of $11,800 for a …Read More
WARSAW — Jennifer Kauffman, CEO of Kauffman Medi Spa, Inc.; and Linda Moore, practice manager; attended a two-day educational seminar on May 4 and 5 in Chicago presented by the American Medical Spa Association that covered quality and safety measures for operating a state of the art aesthetic …Read More
KOSCIUSKO — Derek Sadler, vice-president of McHatton-Sadler Funeral Chapel, with the help of Kelly Warner from Hair by Kelly Warner, has made a hair donation to Maggie’s Wigs 4 Kids of Michigan. In doing so, he has also organized a fundraising campaign with a goal to reach $800, …Read More
KOSCIUSKO — Kosciusko County 4-H is partnering with Super Geeks and Gaming in Warsaw to offer a hands-on exploration of game structure, play and design through the new Clover Gaming Connection Club opportunity. Participants will study and play several unique card and board games while being challenged to …Read More
WARSAW — The Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office is currently seeking information on the whereabouts of Ashley Wolfe of Milford. Wolfe is described as 15 years old, 5 feet, eight inches tall with brown eyes and long brown hair. She is currently listed as a runaway by the sheriff’s …Read More
InkFreeNews.comPhil SmithUpdated: May 9, 2019 @ 3:44 PM
WARSAW — Kosciusko County’s Convention And Visitors Bureau handed out bratwurst and hotdogs with all the fixings on Thursday, May 9 as part of the organization’s recognition of tourism in general, as well the impact on tourism locally. The event, the National Tourism Week Community Cookout and Open …Read More
INDIANAPOLIS — Warsaw Community High School student Katrielle Rodgers has received an honorable mention for the Indiana Affiliate NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing. The award, sponsored by the National Center for Women and Information Technology, OneAmerica, Women and Hi Tech, Society for Information Management – Indianapolis Chapter, …Read More
InkFreeNews.comPhil SmithUpdated: May 9, 2019 @ 9:27 PM
WARSAW — The Kosciusko County Council discussed the possibility of raising a tax that motorists pay on their vehicles — at least for most motorists. During the council’s monthly meeting Thursday night, May 9, the panel heard from council member Doug Heinisch, who sits on the county’s Wheel …Read More
WARSAW — Cardinal Services is proud to announce that the Dekko Foundation has awarded a grant of $100,000 toward its future home. The Dekko Foundation, which has a mission of supporting economic freedom through education, supports efforts focused on child development.
In making the award to Cardinal Services, the Dekko Foundation stated its board is excited to hear about those who will gain skills at the new location, putting them one step closer to self-sufficiency.
Cardinal CEO Randy Hall expressed thanks on behalf of the nearly 4,000 people Cardinal serves each year. Cardinal provides services to adults with developmental disabilities, and to families who have small children with needs.
SILVER LAKE — A mobile office providing vouchers and financial assistance for prescription medications, medical supplies and emergency dental assistance may soon be making a stop in Silver Lake on a monthly basis. Angie Summers, director at Medication & Dental Assistance, Warsaw, attended the Silver Lake town council meeting held …Read More
FORT WAYNE — Ivy Tech Community College has announced an enrollment event planned for both its Fort Wayne and Warsaw campuses. At Ivy Tech Community College’s Express Enrollment Day, prospective students can complete all the steps they need to start classes. Enrollment experts will be on-hand to answer …Read More
KOSCIUSKO — The Kosciusko County coroner has identified the deceased male found in the Tippecanoe River on Wednesday, May 8, as 65-year-old Thomas Schmeltz, Bourbon. The preliminary cause of death has been determined to be drowning. Around 3 p.m. on May 8, Indiana Conservation Officers located Schmeltz’s body …Read More
InkFreeNews.comPhil SmithUpdated: May 9, 2019 @ 3:28 PM
WINONA LAKE — “His blood was probably fire engine red.” The words of someone who knew Winona Lake Fire Chief Mitch Titus quite well were read aloud by local Pastor Denny Wilson during the poignant, somber, yet uplifting memorial service Thursday, May 9, at the Manahan Orthopaedic Capital …Read More
WINONA LAKE — Grace College invites middle school students to its inaugural engineering camp this summer. The camp, created and led by Chair of the Grace College Engineering Department, Dr. Fred Wentorf, will introduce students to engineering through hands-on application. Students will design and race dragsters to learn …Read More
AKRON — Following months of Unified Champion Schools training and curricula, local Mentone Elementary, Akron Elementary and Tippecanoe Valley Middle School students will take part in an inclusive sporting event Monday, May 20.. Special Olympics Indiana and Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation are working together this school year to …Read More
By Darla McCammon Among the treasures to be found in Notre Dame Cathedral were the “Great Mays.” These are works of art, large paintings, averaging 10 by 13 feet in size. To give you an idea about the scale of this Cathedral, at one time there were 76 …Read More