Eberly Named 2012 Fair Queen

Kaytlyn Eberly was crowned the 2012 Miss Kosciusko County Fair Queen during the annual Miss Kosciusko County Fair Queen Scholarship Pageant, held Saturday night in Pierceton. Eberly, 19, of North Manchester, is the daughter of Scott and Darla Eberly. She is a sophomore in the honors program at University of … Read More

Warsaw Softball Stars Key For North

Kelsey Dotson and Kendra Marshall had an impact Saturday on the softball diamond. No surprise to anyone who watched the pair of former Warsaw Community High School stars play during their recently completed prep careers. Dotson and Marshall helped the North All-Star team earn a split versus the … Read More

Murphey, Wickard Earn Triathlon Titles

WINONA LAKE –  Father Time could do nothing to slow down triathletes Brad Murphey and Chris Wickard Saturday. The pair repeated as champions in the Warsaw Optimist Triathlon played out under gorgeous conditions with the start and finish at Winona Lake Park. A total of 480 participants finished … Read More

AG: $6 Million Added To Stage Collapse Settlement

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Attorney General Greg Zoeller is linking an extra $6 million for victims of the Indiana State Fair stage collapse to a settlement offer from two of the companies involved. Zoeller said Friday that to get some of the additional $6 million the state is offering, … Read More

Registrations For Conservation Camp Available

C.O. Mollenhour conservation camp is still accepting registrations for boys and girls ages 9 years to 14 years old. The camp for the boys runs from July 8-13 and girls camp begins July 15 and runs through July 20. At conservation camps, campers learn about all aspects of Indiana’s natural resources … Read More

KBOR Scholarships Awarded

Once again this year Kosciusko Board of Realtors has extended its history of community involvement by awarding three outstanding seniors each a $1,000 scholarship. Kosciusko Board of Realtors has awarded $54,000 in scholarships since 1993. Hannah Alber is the daughter of Mark and Shelly Alber, Warsaw. Hannah is … Read More

ISP Reacting To Increased Hoosier Deaths

LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) — Indiana State Police are turning to pick-up trucks marked as highway department vehicles and more unmarked cars as the agency tries to stem a jump in traffic deaths by cracking down on speeders. State police officials say much of increased patrol efforts will be … Read More

States Closes 4 Beaches Due To Low Water

BIRDSEYE, Ind. (AP) — The state Department of Natural Resources has closed the beach at Patoka Lake Reservoir in southern Indiana because of low water levels, the fourth beach closure by the agency caused by the drought. The state earlier closed beaches at Salamonie Lake, 30 miles southwest … Read More

Burn Ban Extended 1 Week

Kosciusko County Commissioners and the local Department of Homeland Security have extended the local burn ban at least one more week. According to Cathy Reed of the Kosciusko County Emergency Management office, commissioner Bob Conley informed the office today that the board has reviewed the matter and, after … Read More

UPDATE: Years Old Case Being Prosecuted

A case of child molesting from years ago is finally seeing the wheels of justice turn. At approximately 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department Det. J.D. Ayres placed a Claypool man under arrest at Pike Lake Campground. Paul Eugene Wiard, 81, 4219 S. 450 W., Claypool, is … Read More

Child Seat Inspection In Warsaw

From 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, June 23, at Warsaw Buick-GMC AutoPlex on SR 15 North in Warsaw, Certified Car Seat Technicians will be on hand to check your child in their car seat to ensure that the seat is the correct fit and they are properly installed … Read More