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Milford Council Passes 2018 Budget

MILFORD — Milford Town Council passed a $1.6 million budget for 2018 at its monthly public meeting Monday evening, Sept. 11. The budget is down from 2017 when extra funds were needed to repaint the water tower, according to Treasurer Joellen Free. Free also mentioned a representative of … Read More

Nappanee American Legion Post Hosts Ride To Remember

The ninth annual Ride to Remember will kick off at noon Saturday, Sept. 9, from American Legion Post 154, 201 W. Lincoln St., Nappanee. The 68-mile motorcycle ride, hosted by the post’s American Legion Riders, will be escorted from beginning to end by the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department. … Read More

Workers Heading To Area On Reynolds-Topeka Line

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY — Activity on NIPSCO’s Reynolds-Topeka Line will soon become more frequent in the area as crews put together and erect the monopoles (single pole). That line runs north and west through the county into Elkhart County. Many of the locations in this area are having various … Read More

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Milford Wastewater Plant Construction on Schedule

MILFORD — The Milford Town Council held an unusually short and sparsely attended public meeting Monday, Aug. 14, where it heard good and bad news about the upcoming wastewater treatment plant renovation. The good news, according to Ryan Brauen, Wessler Engineering project manager, is the construction permit was … Read More

Milford Welcomes New Police Officers

MILFORD — Milford Town Council started its monthly public meeting Monday evening, July 10, with a swearing in ceremony for two new police officers. Charles Bird III will begin working as a reserve officer and Brandon Shipp will begin his academy training and is expected to be working … Read More

Milford Alumni Reflect on Decades Gone By

MILFORD — The 93rd Annual Milford Alumni Banquet, hosted the evening of June 10, gave all those who attended a glimpse into a time where they were all high school seniors. For some, that was more than 70 years ago. For others, that was 40, 50 or 60 … Read More

Dukes Seeks To Fill Sheriff’s Term

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY — Kyle Patrick Dukes has announced his intention to seek the appointment by the Republican caucus for the office of sheriff of Kosciusko County.

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Leins, Foreclosures Next Steps In Non-Compliance

MILFORD — Non-compliance on five properties owned by Ron Davidhizar will now have additional fines assessed, liens placed against the property and foreclosure action taken. The discussion was briefly held Monday evening during the May meeting of the Milford Town Council.

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Wastewater Treatment Plant Update On Schedule

MILFORD — Ryan Brauen, Wessler Engineering, provided Milford Town Council an update on the wastewater treatment plant renovation project Monday evening, May 8, at the council’s May meeting.

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Milford Hires a New Building Commissioner

MILFORD — Milford residents concerned about derelict properties may be happy to know the town now has a new building commissioner. At its monthly public meeting Monday, April 10, the council voted to hire Scott Mast to fill the position. “Anything I can do to help,” affirmed Mast, … Read More

Milford Gives Derelict Property Owners 45 Days

MILFORD — Milford Town Council took another swing in its fight to rid the town of abandoned properties at its monthly meeting Monday evening, March 13. Town attorney Jay Rigdon informed the council fines will be levied against six properties in the amount of $2,500 if they are … Read More