Pets Of The Week

WARSAW — Pets of the Week are available at the Animal Welfare League, located at 3489 E. CR 100S, Pierceton. Aspen “Aspen is a 1-year-old, spayed, Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix. She is mainly white with some small black specs on her back and legs. She is a a real beauty … Read More


Grace College To Sponsor Free Sound Tech Training For Local Churches

WINONA LAKE — Grace College’s worship arts program will host free sound tech training for Kosciusko County church tech teams on Friday, May 12 from 6 – 10 p.m. The training will be led by Rick Stewart, senior sales consultant for Advanced Systems Group, at Christ’s Covenant Church, 2090 … Read More

Altrusa International District Six Donates To Beaman Home

WARSAW — At Altrusa International’s District Six Annual Conference April 7-9 held at Swan Lake Resort near Plymouth, the district service project this year benefitted the Beaman Home.  Donations were made in products and cash. Beaman Home Executive Director, Tracie Hodson spoke to the group and thanked the district’s members from … Read More


Symphony Of The Lakes To Perform Concert April 29 At Winona Heritage Room

WARSAW — The Symphony of the Lakes, the professional symphony branch of Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts, will present its concert “Once Upon a Symphony” at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 29 at the Winona Heritage Room, 901 Park Avenue, Winona Lake. The concert will feature Symphony … Read More

KREMC To Award Envirowatts Grants In Honor Of Earth Day

WARSAW — This year, Kosciusko REMC wants to recognize and support the health of our environment by offering Envirowatts grants to area non-profit organizations. This May, Envirowatts funds in the amount of approximately $3,500 will be awarded to three community organizations ACRES Land Trust, KC Recycling and The … Read More

Clemens, Rabb Water Systems Recognized For New Member Spikes

KOSCIUSKO — Thirty-three year NAHB/IBA/BAKFC members, Don Clemens and Adam Clemens, Rabb Water Systems, Warsaw, were recently honored with the National Home Builders Association Life Spike Award and 75 Spike Credits Award for their contributions to growing the home building association. In addition to being long term members … Read More

Art In Action: Pets by Painters, Part Eight

By Darla McCammon Lakeland Art Association WARSAW — Compare this more formal work above to that of Mary Cassett from our column last week. What a difference! Charles Willson Peale was an early American painter and this family portrait of The Peale Family is much more traditional and … Read More

Warsaw Student Awarded Merit Scholarship To California

WARSAW — Each year hundreds of art instructors from across the nation submit portfolios from their top seniors. This competition is the prestigious Scholastics Art and Writing Awards.  Past winners have included Andy Warhol, Ken Burns, Philip Pearlsten and Truman Capote. Only 123 art portfolios were recognized nationally and … Read More

Warsaw Alley Receives Large Donation, Still Needs More Support

WARSAW — The Warsaw Alley Activation project recently received a $1,000 donation from the KCV Cycling Club. This large donation brought the campaign total up to $32,685. The campaign has 11 days left to raise an additional $17,315 in order to receive a matching grant from the Indiana … Read More

Madison Elementary Principal Tom Kline To Retire After 40 Year Career In Education

WARSAW — After a 40 year career in education, Madison Elementary Principal is retiring at the end of this school year. Kline has worked with students of all ages, from those who are just beginning their education in kindergarten to students in college. The principal says he began … Read More