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‘Dangerous Mobile Apps’ Seminar Dec. 7 At BYC

WARSAW — A seminar, “Dangerous Mobile Apps,” will be at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 7, at Baker Youth Club. It is presented by Beloved: Not Forgotten, a non-profit organization in Warsaw, and Remedy Live’s co-founder, Clinton Faupel, executive director. The Trends and Teens seminar will address the topic: … Read More


School Board Tours Construction Sites

SYRACUSE — They did not meet in the Warrior Room and deal with business items on an agenda, but instead the Wawasee school board took a tour of construction sites Tuesday evening, Nov. 29.

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Dismissal Motion Taken Under Advisement

WARSAW — Arguments in a motion by The Papers Inc. to dismiss its participation in a lawsuit by Atta Belle Helman and Larry Dwayne Helman were heard by Kosciusko Circuit Court Judge Michael Reed. After approximately 40 minutes of hearing from counsel for the defendant and plaintiff, Reed … Read More


Help Warsaw Police Department Identify These Men

WARSAW — The Warsaw Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying the men in the pictures below. They are suspect’s in a theft from a local business. If you recognize the subject, please contact the Warsaw Police Department. Please send a private message to their Facebook … Read More

Brad Jackson, Bob Conley, Ron Truex, Marsha McSherry, and Ron Robinson at Kosciusko County Commissioners meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 29.

Robinson Retires after 23 years as Kosciusko County Administrator

WARSAW — The focus of a brief county commissioners meeting this morning was on Ron Robinson. Wednesday, Nov. 30 will officially be Robinson’s last day as the Kosciusko County Administrator. He has held that position since 1994. Robinson is a lifetime resident of Kosciusko County. Prior to working … Read More


Community Gathers to Remember Adalin Stamper

  WARSAW — One hundred and twenty people gathered around candlelight at Central Park tonight, Nov. 26 to honor the memory of young Adalin Stamper. The message was not of hate and sadness, but instead peace and love. Two-year-old Adalin Stamper was murdered on Nov. 10. Christopher Grimmett, … Read More


Statewide Silver Alert Declared

INDIANA — The Westfield Police Department is investigating the disappearance of an adult from Westfield. Westfield is located approximately 100 miles south of Warsaw. Phillip Gangwer is a 73-yea-old white male, 5 feet 7inches tall, 160 pounds, with balding gray hair and hazel eyes. Gangwer was last seen at 1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 24, in Westfield, and is believed to be in … Read More


Sewer District Examines Insurance Policies

CROMWELL — With updated facilities and services come updated expenses, at least when it comes to insuring those new and updated assets, Turkey Creek Regional Sewer District focused on changing costs during its regular monthly meeting Monday evening, Nov. 21.

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Early Morning Critical Crash in Syracuse

SYRACUSE — Kosciusko County Deputies are currently working a critical accident that occurred early this morning in the Syracuse area. KCSD Deputies, along with Syracuse\Turkey Creek Fire Territory at EMS and firemen, responded early this morning at 4:47 a.m., to the area of East CR 1000N, and Koher Road, Syracuse regarding a … Read More

Officers on the scene of the stabbing that occurred Monday afternoon.

UPDATE: Warsaw Stabbing Victim Named

WARSAW — A Warsaw man has been released from the hospital after a stabbing that occurred Monday, Nov. 21. A 911 hang up call was received just before 4 p.m. Dispatchers were able to make contact shortly after the hang up and discovered a stabbing had occurred at … Read More

Claypool Town Hall

Claypool Receiving New Garbage Totes, Cemetery Prices

CLAYPOOL — During a brief meeting on Monday, Nov. 21 the Claypool town board took care of some end of the year housekeeping. The board approved an amendment to the trash removal contract with Advanced Disposal. The contracted price will remain the same, but all residents will receive 95 … Read More

Warsaw Indiana Town Hall

Some Receive Increases, Others Don’t

WARSAW — It was after 9:30 p.m. Monday evening, Nov. 21, before Warsaw Common Council members reached the third and fourth items on its agenda. The final two agenda items finalized the funding for not-for-profit organizations and transferred funds. A 2 1/2 hour discussion had been held on the issuance of bonds for a third fire station.

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Warsaw and Winona Lake Trash Schedules

WARSAW — In observance of Thanksgiving, City of Warsaw offices will be closed Thursday, Nov. 24 and Friday, Nov. 25.  Thursday’s trash route will be serviced on Wednesday, Nov. 23.  Friday’s trash route will be serviced on Monday, Nov. 28. As a reminder, please have your refuse bin … Read More


Fire Station Bond Issuance On Hold Until Dec. 5

WARSAW — Tabled. That was the outcome of 2 ½ hours of discussion at Monday evening’s Waraw Common Council meeting, Nov. 21, on approving the issuance of general obligation bonds for the new Warsaw-Wayne Fire Territory fire station at County Farm Road and CR 200N. The matter will be reviewed at the council’s Dec. 5 meeting.

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Over 50 Guns Stolen From Rochester Gun Store

ROCHESTER — During the early morning hours of Sunday, Nov. 20,  a burglary occurred at the Sand Burr Gun Ranch located in rural Rochester. The suspect(s) gained entry into the business located at 2111 East CR 350N and stole more than 50 firearms, which are believed to be in … Read More