KEDCo Honors Entrepreneurs

Kosciusko Economic Development Corporation recognized seven individuals who were innovators and entrepreneurs in the county and the six company’s which were the result of their innovations and entrepreneurship. The  second annual Induction Ceremony and dinner was held Thursday. Jan and John Rinker and Rinker Boats, Tobias Buck and … Read More

County Finds E911 Funding Insufficient

Kosciusko County’s E911 service is not adequately funded under current state legislation, according to the Kosciusko County Council. After reviewing the Legislation that took effect July 1 of this year, both the county council and the county commissioners have found the legislation to be flawed. On July 1, the … Read More

Red Cross Continues Relief Operation

The American Red Cross continues its relief operation to provide food, shelter, supplies and comfort to more and more people affected by Hurricane Sandy last week and the Nor-Easter that hit Wednesday night. To date, the Kosciusko, Elkhart, St. Joe, Porter and LaPorte chapters of the American Red … Read More

KCCF Celebrates Annual Meeting

The Kosciusko County Community Foundation celebrated its 2012 annual meeting today with more than 100 foundation friends at the Atwood Community Center. Foundation Executive Director, Suzie Light, welcomed everyone to the meeting and expressed the importance of the Atwood community to the Foundation’s history.  Light said that the Community … Read More

Vietnam Veteran, Veterans Day, Lakeview Middle School, Edgewood Middle School

Veterans Honored With Concert

“It is easy to recognize our veterans as active-duty service members who are very visible due to our ongoing operations overseas,” Dr. John Lippe, Lakeview Middle School principal told students. “However, the majority of veterans we honor today no longer actively serve wearing a military uniform. Many have … Read More

Veterans Program Open To Public

Warsaw Christian School loves Veteran’s Day and is inviting the public to its annual Veteran’s Day Chapel as they honor our service men and women. The program will be at 8:50 a.m. Friday, Nov. 9, in the school’s sanctuary. It is a wonderful opportunity for us to show … Read More

UPDATE: Meth Lab Found At Hotel

[youtube]   Warsaw and Indiana State Police were called to the Economy Inn in Warsaw today where they located two one-pot methamphetamine labs and a handgun. Warsaw PD drug officers received an anonymous tip this morning referencing illegal drug activity at a local motel. The tipster also … Read More

Website Repair Will Delay Hunting Licenses

Buying a hunting license early is generally a wise idea, but it’s essential for those who have yet to buy a license and want to hunt upland game species such as pheasant, quail and rabbit this weekend. The portion of the DNR website through which licenses are purchased … Read More

Craig’s List Sales Leads To Thefts

Warsaw Police have arrested two men they believe are associated with a break in to a home that was under construction. The reported break in at 2533 Nature View Drive in Harrison Ridge addition, Warsaw, was made on Oct. 16th, by the owner/builder of Stonehill Homes, based out … Read More

Milford TIF District Approved

Milford and land immediately north of it took up a considerable amount of the agenda of the Kosciusko County Area Planning Commission during its regular monthly meeting Wednesday. The Milford Redevelopment Commission wants to have a tract of land just north of CR 1300 North and east of … Read More

UPDATE: Fire Crews Called To Wawasee

Syracuse-Turkey Creek Fire Department was called to Wawasee High School at about 7:15 a.m. this morning for a general fire alarm. Fire officials arriving on scene initially reported nothing was visible from the outside, but upon further investigation additional personnel and a ladder truck was called to the … Read More

Zale Continues Commitment To Customers

Dear Editor: Zale Drugs is a compounding pharmacy. Three months ago, most Americans would have shrugged at that statement. Today, those same Americans would have a different reaction, and, quite possibly, a negative one. Compounding pharmacies are on the front pages because of the ongoing tragedy that is … Read More

UPDATE: Town Marshal Defends Reserve Officer

(EDITOR’S NOTE: The following statement was provided by Timothy Croy, Mentone Town Council president: “The Mentone Town Council was not made aware of the situation with Mr Deniston and will be investigating the situation.”) A tip provided to has unveiled an indiscretion regarding a new reserve police … Read More