Free Transportation To Voting Booths On Election Day

WARSAW — A local bus service is providing Kosciusko County residents with free transportation to voting booths on Election Day. The Kosciusko County Area Bus Service is providing an additional bus to their regularly scheduled route to provide transportation from individual’s homes in Kosciusko County to resident’s designated … Read More


Gingerich’s Future May Be Determined Friday

WARSAW — Paul Gingerich, now 18, may find out Friday morning if he will continue his sentence on probation or remain in jail. A continuation of a hearing on alternative sentencing options will be held at 10 a.m. Friday in Kosciusko Circuit Court. Special Judge James Heuer of … Read More


Dismissal Hearing Set For Nov. 29

WARSAW — A hearing on pending motions to dismiss, filed by two defendants, in a lawsuit filed by Atta Belle Helman and Larry Dwayne Helman has been set for 3 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 29. The hearing will be held in Kosciusko Circuit Court. Counsel for both The Papers … Read More


Studies Approved To Investigate Potential Solutions

WARSAW — Studies to investigate potential solutions to “grade separation” between city streets and railroad crossings and a flooding problem on East Market Street, were approved by members of the Warsaw Board of Public Works and Safety. The two areas were among agenda items at Monday morning’s meeting, Oct. 24.

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Northener, Tom Honored, Miller Remembered By Republicans

    WARSAW — It was a special evening Friday, Oct. 21, at the Kosciusko County Republican Hall of Fame Banquet. Not only were two individuals named the 2016 Woman and Man of the Year, but a special recognition was given to former State Senator V. Richard (Dick) … Read More


Get To Know The Warsaw Board Of Trustee Candidates

WARSAW — The following individuals are running uncontested races for seats on the Warsaw Board of School Trustees. District 4 Randy Polston Polston is running for a second term on the Warsaw Board of School Trustees. Polston has served the children in Warsaw Community Schools for thirty four years … Read More


UPDATE: Missing Person from Kosciusko County Found Safe

SYRACUSE — Chelsea Marie Maule, 26, Syracuse, has been reported found and safe. Maule was reported as a missing person on Wednesday, Oct. 19. Her family used social media and releases from the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department to get the word out. A Facebook post has confirmed that … Read More

Syracuse Town Hall

Syracuse BZA Approves Two Cases

SYRACUSE — Syracuse Board of Zoning Appeals approved two cases Thursday, Oct. 20. Both of the items of business on the agenda were continued cases from August. Ernest and Christine Wingard’s petition for an exception was approved. They want to allow the construction of an oversized accessory building … Read More


Vigil to be Held for Missing South Whitley Teen

COLUMBIA CITY — Nineteen year old Marcus Wolfe has been missing for nearly three months after he did not return home on July 25. “This was completely uncharacteristic,” said Marcus’s mother Tammy Wolfe of his disappearance. “He would tell me everything. He wouldn’t go anywhere without saying anything.” … Read More


Missing Person from Kosciusko County

SYRACUSE — The Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department is attempting to locate Chelsea Marie Maule, 26, of Syracuse. Chelsea was purportedly last seen Monday, Oct. 17 and has been reported missing to sheriff’s detectives this morning.  She was last seen driving a black, Ford Explorer with a small yellow sticker … Read More


Court To Set Hearing For Motion To Dismiss Suit

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY — A status conference will be held at 1:15 p.m. Friday, Oct. 21, in Kosciusko Circuit Court to set a hearing on The Papers Inc. motion to dismiss the complaint against the company in a suit brought by Atta Bell Helman and Larry Dwayne Helman. Stacey … Read More


Winona Lake Resident Voices Concerns Over Parking

WINONA LAKE — Discussion became heated during the Winona Lake Town Council meeting when a Winona Lake resident made her feelings known about recent changes in parking on a street in Winona. During the summer, the Winona Lake Town Council voted to make Court Street a one way street … Read More


Warsaw Parks Presents Detailed Five Year Plan

WARSAW — During a public meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 18, the Warsaw Parks and Recreation Department gave an insight into what Warsaw’s parks will look like in the next five years. A detailed improvement plan was submitted that was separated by years and the proposed improvements for each … Read More


North Webster Council Talks Trash

NORTH WEBSTER — A concerned citizen approached North Webster Town Council about the appearance of some of the town’s dwellings at the council’s meeting Tuesday, Oct. 18, at the North Webster Community Center. The topic seems to be a theme among area towns as both Milford and Syracuse have had ongoing complaints about dwellings having too much trash and abandoned vehicles around them.

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Turkey Creek Says Hello To New Sewers

CROMWELL — Turkey Creek Regional Sewer District trustees met for a brief regular monthly meeting Monday evening, Oct. 17. The board heard updates on the sewer project wrapping around the Wawasee area from engineer Brian Houghton, who provided info about each of the complete or nearly complete contracted areas.

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