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Martin’s Supermarket Hosts Safety Day Event

WARSAW — Saturday Aug. 19, Lutheran EMS and Warsaw/Wayne Fire Department were at Martin’s Supermarket between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. providing a free drive-through car seat clinic during Martin’s Safety Day. Martin’s is located at 1150 Husky Trail, Warsaw. Warsaw Police Department, Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department, Indiana State … Read More

UPDATE — One Person Dead After Claypool Accident

KOSCIUSKO — Kosciusko County officials are currently investigating a motor vehicle traffic crash on CR 700S at CR 600W near Claypool. One male subject has died from injuries sustained in the crash. Kosciusko County Sheriff’s deputies and emergency personnel responded Friday afternoon, Aug. 18, at 2:11 p.m. to … Read More

Loos Encourages Everyone To Step Up To The Plate

  LEESBURG — Trent Loos, a sixth generation farmer with a passion for agriculture, returned to speak at the Annual Appreciation Dinner at Tom Farms, Thursday, Aug. 17. Loos was the speaker at the first event nine years ago. Loos, who resides in central Nebraska where he trains … Read More

Warsaw Man Reported Missing

WARSAW — Rubén Esparza, 18, has been reported as missing.  The family is seeking information related to Esparza’s whereabouts. Family members are requesting help in locating Esparza via social media. The public is being asked to contact the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department if they have information related to … Read More

Local Eye Doctor Offers Advice For Viewing The Eclipse

WARSAW — Local optometrist Dr. Scott Caughell offers some safe-viewing advice for the upcoming eclipse occurring on Monday, Aug. 21. “The upcoming solar eclipse offers a chance to view a rare sight. Here at Warsaw Family Eyecare we have received a lot of questions related to how to … Read More

Syracuse Town Hall

Syracuse Board of Zoning Appeals Approves Exception, Variance

SYRACUSE — A case tabled twice in the last three months was finally approved at the Syracuse Board of Zoning Appeals meeting Thursday, Aug. 17. Both petitions presented more questions than answers, however. McClure Oil’s petition for an exception was finally approved. This was the third time the … Read More

Republican

Republican Hall Of Fame Dinner Aug. 31

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY — The time honored Kosciusko County Republican Hall of Fame Dinner will be held Thursday, Aug. 31, on the SS Lillypad, The Frog Tavern, 1116 S. Harkless Drive, Syracuse. Boarding will be at 6:30 p.m. The annual dinner will include the announcement of the 2017 Man … Read More

Saturday Drive-through Car Seat Clinic At Martin’s

WARSAW — From 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturday Aug. 19, Lutheran EMS and Warsaw/Wayne Fire Department will be at Martin’s Supermarket providing a free drive-through Car Seat Clinic during Martin’s Safety Day.  Martin’s is located at 1150 Husky Trail in Warsaw. After ensuring that your most … Read More

Warsaw Parks Allows Digital Marquee Rental

WARSAW — The Warsaw Parks & Recreation will now allow rental of the digital sign located at the Central Park entrance on North Detroit Street. Park Board Superintendent Larry Plummer advised board members that they have discussed renting out the new digital marquee. There will be specific criteria … Read More

Triton School Corporation, LHN KCH Announce 10-year Community Partnership

BOURBON — Representatives of Triton School Corporation and Lutheran Health Network Kosciusko Community Hospital have announced a 10-year partnership that will support the students and faculty with health education while encouraging overall wellness. As part of the collaboration, Triton School Corporation will use funds for the enhancement of … Read More

Tippecanoe Valley Offering Free High School Equivalency Class

AKRON — The Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation will again offer a High School Equivalency class free of charge to anyone in the Tippecanoe Valley community or surrounding areas. The class helps people learn the necessary requirements to complete the HSE test. Classes will take place from 6 to … Read More

Syracuse Parks Department

Park Board Preps Questions For Public Survey

SYRACUSE — The Syracuse-Wawasee Park Board met at its regular time in the community center at 7 p.m. Monday. The night was primarily spent discussing the draft of the public survey questions regarding park changes. The board also received an update about the Lakeside Park concession stand. Jerry … Read More

Drug Court Saves Taxpayer Money, Loss Of Grant Leaves Future Uncertain

WARSAW — The Kosciusko County Drug Court is facing some possible set backs this fall. The grant funding the court’s full-time coordinator and case manager was not renewed for extension and will expire on Sept. 30. The drug court offers a sentencing alternative for non-violent offenders who are addicted … Read More

Development Breaks Ground On McAlister’s, Moe’s Southwest Grill

WARSAW — JDF Development broke ground on Monday, Aug. 14, in front of Meijer on Lake City Highway in Warsaw, marking the start of construction on the retail shopping center to be named Lake City Plaza. A press release issued by JDF Development states that the plaza will … Read More

Auto Theft Suspect Apprehended After Morning Pursuit

By Cpt. Chris McKeand Public Information Officer WARSAW — A week long investigation by the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office Detectives, Kosciusko County DTF, and the Patrol division ended this morning with a pursuit of a stolen vehicle. At about 6 a.m., Steve A. Waid Jr. of Syracuse was taken … Read More

Winona Lake Town Council Approves Vacation Of Portion of Hamiliton Boulevard

WINONA LAKE — Although they were met with opposition and confusion, the Winona Lake Town Council approve the vacation of a portion of Hamilton Boulevard during the council meeting held on Tuesday, Aug. 15. Attorney Stephen Snyder, presented a summary of the full request that was given last … Read More