BREAKING: Accident On SR 25

Emergency personnel responded to an accident located near the SR 25 and SR 110. According to officials with Fulton County Sheriff’s Department, no one was injured in the accident. Mentone Fire Department and Fulton County Sheriff’s Department responded to the scene. See similar stories: Single vehicle accident on … Read More

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Exit YMCA, Enter Bakers Youth Club

It was a sad, yet happy occasion Sunday afternoon when individuals gathered at the Kosciusko Community YMCA to say good-bye to the 50-year-old facility, to celebrate a new facility and hear what the new building owners have planned.

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UPDATE: Accident on Syracuse-Webster Road

Jennifer N. Irwin, 24, North Syracuse-Webster Road, Syracuse, signed off on medical care at the scene of a one-vehicle accident Monday morning. The accident was at 5:33 a.m. on North Syracuse-Webster Road, west of North CR 700E, Syracuse. Irwin told police she was eastbound when she saw a … Read More

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UPDATE: Accident On South SR 25

Haley Koser, 15, West Monoquet Road, Warsaw, complained of pain to the knee/lower let/foot, after the vehicle was was a passenger in went off the road Saturday, Nov. 22. Koser was a passenger in a vehicle driven by Betty M. Trump, 66, West Monoquet Road, Warsaw. The accident … Read More

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Official Closing of YMCA Smith Street Location Sunday

The Kosciusko Community YMCA will be closing its Smith Street location with a ceremony from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 23. After 50 years of serving the community, the center will close to reopen at it’s new location at 1305 Mariners Drive, Warsaw. Light refreshments, an … Read More

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Allen Sworn In As New WPD Officer

Gordon L. Allen III is the newest officer with the Warsaw Police Department. Allen was sworn in during today’s Warsaw Board of Public Works & Safety meeting.

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What Wawasee Area USPS Offices Plan For Holidays

United States Postal Service recently released information about what its holiday forecast will look like this year. USPS quoted extra delivery days in some areas, and parcel service Sunday. Local post offices were asked who would bear the brunt of this increased holiday traffic. Syracuse Postmaster David Bagwell … Read More

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Gateway Seeks Public Votes To Secure Grant

Gateway Education Center’s library is looking to make a big difference in their students’ lives and you can help by giving just 30 seconds of your time. Through the pursuit of the “Thank A Million Teachers” $2,500 grant, the school could add numerous high-interest nonfiction books for students … Read More

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Warsaw Employer Charged With Pregnancy Discrimination

The Indiana Civil Rights Commission announced today that there is probable cause to believe two women, previously working for R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company of Warsaw, and Pizza King of Muncie, respectively, were discriminated against because of their sex in violation of the Indiana Civil Rights Law (Ind. … Read More

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Let Us Announce Your Weather Delays/Closings

When the weather causes a delay or closing/cancellation of a meeting, start of business, shifts, even classes, officials can submit their weather related announcements to Ink Free News through the use of our simple submission form. Just click on the closings and cancellations icon under our name and … Read More

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New Chautauqua Director Introduced At Reception

Approximately 30 people turned out for a reception Thursday evening at Oakwood to welcome Nathan Wilson, the new director of Chautauqua Wawasee. After mingling with and meeting people, Wilson was formally introduced by Steve Walker, president of the Oakwood Foundation. In his introduction Walker explained the foundation board … Read More


Sole Item Approved At Syracuse BZA

The sole item on the agenda was approved at the Syracuse Board of Zoning Appeals meeting Thursday. Tom Votaw’s petition is for a variance to allow the construction of a residence 23 feet from the right of way and 23 feet from the water’s edge. The property is … Read More

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Special Weather Statement From NWS

The National Weather Service of Northern Indiana issued a special weather statement at 5:08 a.m. this morning for a large number of counties including Kosciusko. A period of light freezing rain is likely late tonight into early Saturday morning. The light freezing rain is expected to move into … Read More

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Supreme Court Orders Show Priority On Public Safety And Technology

By KATHRYN DOLAN Chief Public Information Officer, Indiana Supreme Court The Indiana Supreme Court is committed to the most effective use of technology to ensure that courts operate with efficiency and fairness. To increase transparency, implement new technology, maintain court records and seamlessly share information, the court is … Read More


Light Up The Nite At Central Park Dec. 5

By LIZ MCKINLEY Recreation Director, City of Warsaw Parks and Recreation Department Celebrate the first lighting of the Central Park Holiday Light Display at 7:30 p.m. Friday Dec. 5. Walk through the festive lights and enjoy holiday performances in the park. Santa and Mrs. Claus will ride in … Read More