NW Bait Shop To Be Revamped

Mark Dillon was granted an exception for several changes he requested for his business by the Kosciusko County Board of Zoning Appeals during its regular monthly meeting Tuesday in Warsaw. Dillon’s business, primarily a bait shop, is located at the intersection of SR 13 and CR 350N, south … Read More

Pets of the Week

This week’s Pets of the Week are from New Hope Pet Rescue in northern Kosciusko County. Lionel is a miniature pinscher and Ruby is a domestic short hair kitten. Lionel would love to be in a home with someone who would allow plenty of lap time. He loves … Read More

9/11 Was ‘Day The Music Died’

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66l0O2NrlM4] The Kosciusko County 2012 Patriot Day Remembrance Ceremony held in Warsaw this evening was well attended by first responders from all over the county who came to hear a touching prayer, patriotic music and a speech by Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer. The ceremony began with the … Read More

First Reading Of Township Budget Draws No Concern

The Turkey Creek Township Advisory Board held its regular monthly meeting Monday evening and had the first reading of the 2013 township budget. No taxpayers were present to question the reading. The proposed general budget stands at $1.8 million for the year. “It is up a little this year … Read More

Death Threats Lead To Arrest

Charles W. Lewallen, 77, CR 500 East, Syracuse, has been arrested on a charge of intimidation with a deadly weapon. According to Milford Marshal Rich Miotto, police were called to 215 S. Main St., Milford, on July 1. Barbara Harrison, 57, reported Lewallen had made death threats against her and … Read More

Warsaw-based Sportula Gains NFL Deal

Sportula Products, 800 S. Buffalo St., Warsaw, has landed a new licensing deal with the National Football League. The branded spatula producer already has licensing agreements with Major League Baseball and major college sports programs. In an interview on Inside INdiana Business Television, founder David Bazzoni said the product’s … Read More

Murphy Inspires, Impresses Many

WARSAW –  Jim Mills admits he has a big smile on his face every time he watches Robert Murphy run in a race. The Warsaw Community High School boys cross country coach is definitely not alone in that regard. Murphy, who was diagnosed at age three with autism, … Read More

Juvenile Pleads Guilty To Felony

Antonio Ortiz, age 14, of Milford, will remain at Pierceton Woods Juvenile Detention Center until his dispositional hearing at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 19, in Kosciusko County Juvenile Court. Ortiz appeared in court last Thursday where, after waiving his rights, pleaded guilty to three charges against him that were filed … Read More

County Could Receive Federal Funds For Food, Shelter

In anticipation of an award of federal funds under the Emergency Food and Shelter Program, Kosciusko County has been listed to possibly receive $11,636.00 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the county. A local board, with representation from the county, will determine how the anticipated funds … Read More

Tippecanoe River Clean-up Needed

In an effort to get Tippecanoe River cleared of debris, a meeting was held last week to discuss clean up efforts. Today, the Kosciusko County Commissioners heard the results of that meeting. Last Thursday, Kosciusko Lakes and Streams hosted a meeting, along with the county’s emergency management office … Read More

VIDEO: Arrest On Wood Street

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cqUJI0EWzSE]   Warsaw Police officers were called to South Wood Street at about 1:30 p.m. today where one man was ultimately taken into custody. Kyle White, 18, of Warsaw, was approached by a Warsaw Police officer after police allegedly received a call that the man was trespassing. Residents … Read More

Man Charged With Sexual Misconduct, Solicitation

A Warsaw man has been charged with two felonies for having inappropriate sexual contact with a 14-year-old girl. Warsaw Police detectives requested a warrant for Howard Leon Southall, 50, 426 Sophie Ln., Warsaw, and who formerly resided in the Canterbury Apartment complex. Police say the inappropriate conduct occurred … Read More

Trial Set For 2011 Stabbing Incident

On April 26, 2011, Michael Casey Bryant, then 30, turned himself in to Kosciusko County Sheriff’s deputies after a warrant was issued for his arrest stemming from an April 23, 2011, stabbing. Today, Bryant, now 32, appeared in Kosciusko County Superior Court I for a pre-trial conference where … Read More