Parkview Hospital recently made a donation to the Animal Welfare League of Kosciusko County.
"We are thrilled to be the recipient of this donation from our new community partner, Parkview Hospital." ...
Syracuse Parks Department and the Syracuse-Wawasee Garden Club had help celebrating Arbor Day Friday.
Syracuse Elementary School third-graders gathered in Henry Ward Park on the warm, sunny afternoon to help plant ...
Parkview Hospital recently made a donation to the Animal Welfare League of Kosciusko County. “We are thrilled to be the recipient of this donation from our new community partner, Parkview Hospital.” said Executive Director of the AWL, Darla McCammon. “When Parkview saw the list of the many … Read More
Requests for a mile swim, the installation of an Angel of Hope Children’s Memorial and the hosting of a benefit received approval by Warsaw Parks and Recreation Department board Tuesday, April 21. Ethan Cook, a member of the Kosciusko Youth Leadership Academy, presented an open water mile swim … Read More
Tim Dombrosky wore a different hat Tuesday when he appeared before the Warsaw Parks and Recreation Board. Dombrosky, assistant city planner, appeared as a disc golf enthusiast. Dombrosky, George Blessing, and several enthusiasts were present to ask the board to consider having a disc golf course installed … Read More
Just who can and cannot vote in the upcoming primary on May 5? Ann Torpy, Kosciusko Clerk of the Circuit Court, provides an explanation. Registered voters, who reside within the city of Warsaw, will vote for city offices that include the mayor, clerk-treasurer, city common council at-large and … Read More
Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce hosted a Meet The Candidates evening Thursday at Lakeview Middle School. Included in the evening was a chance for the public to hear about the two candidates for clerk-treasurer and respond to several prepared questions. Candidates for clerk-treasurer include Lynne A. Christianson and … Read More
Chautauqua-Wawasee had a great turnout for its first official event for the new season, hosted by Executive Director Nathan Wilson. “Fixed: The Science/Fiction of Human Enhancement,” is a documentary seven years in the making, presented by Chautauqua and a panel of experts on the ethics, evolution and … Read More
Giving back to the community, attitude of service and wanting to represent the average man were among reasons seven individuals gave Thursday evening at the Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce Meet the Candidates event. The seven are seeking the two Warsaw City Council at-large seats. Approximately 90 minutes … Read More
By TYLER MCLEAD Program Director, Syracuse Parks And Recreation Syracuse Parks Department is hosting its Third Annual Kids Safety Day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 2, at the Syracuse Community Center, North Long Drive. This annual event is designed to educate kids on how … Read More
The final 3rd House Session, hosted by the Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce, has been postponed until Friday, May 22. The final session was scheduled for 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. tomorrow at Center Lake Pavilion, Warsaw. However, legislatures are still in session and actively engaged in the final … Read More
A bio tower shut down years ago, and in the process of being torn down, caught fire mid-afternoon today in Ligonier. According to WSBT.com a type of plastic pellet being used in the demolition caught on fire. Mayor Patty Fisel told reporters from WSBT.com the fire started around … Read More
Emergency personnel are currently responding to an accident located on US 30 and CR 800W, Warsaw. According to a Kosciusko County Sheriff’s deputy at the scene, a black sedan was turning across traffic from US 30 to CR 800W and traveled in front of a truck hauling a … Read More
The newly formed Warsaw Redevelopment Authority held its first official meeting today at Warsaw City Hall. Chosen for the WRA are George Clemens, Max Mock and Steve Truman. Each member took his oath of office and officers were selected. Clemens was selected president, Mock as vice president and … Read More
At approximately 11:30 a.m. Thursday, April 23, emergency personnel were called to SR 13 near the intersection of EMS B7 Lane for a two-vehicle automobile accident. The driver of one of the vehicles failed to stop and rear-ended a truck in front of him. Injuries were initially reported, … Read More
Duke Energy customers are the current target of a bill paying scam in which criminals pose as Duke Energy representatives in attempt to dupe unsuspecting customers into making payments. The scam has surfaced in several different counties across the state. Here’s how the scam works: a Duke Energy … Read More
Residents of Winona Lake are being advised that beginning immediately, the Winona Lake Street Department will be picking up bagged leaves and bagged grass clippings on Mondays and Tuesdays. Later in the fall, the street department will resume vacuuming up leaves and grass clippings. The town will place … Read More
Richard L. Hardwick, III, 25, was arrested early this morning on a charge of failure to appear, a level 6 felony. The charge stems from a November 2014 arrest on a charge of sexual misconduct with a minor, a level 4 felony. Hardwick upon his release on Nov. … Read More
A new smartphone app will allow users to stay on top of crime in in their neighborhood. Inspired by the 1980s cartoon McGruff the Crime Dog, the McGruff Mobile app shows where crimes have occurred and where registered sex offenders live. It is available for free through a … Read More
By MICHELLE BOXELL Community Relations Manager, Cardinal Services Funding cuts, no cost-of-living increases and growth in demand have combined to place Cardinal Services in the position of needing to raise $500,000 locally — every year — simply to maintain current services. They took a big step toward that … Read More
National Weather Service Northern Indiana issued a freeze warning in effect from 2 a.m. to 9 a.m. tomorrow for northern Indiana. Temperatures will be dropping at or below freezing late tonight into early Thursday morning. Damage to unprotected tender vegetation is expected. A free warning means sub-freezing temperatures … Read More