Tigers In Full Bloom To Win Sectional

ELKHART – Jared Bloom was willing to do whatever it took Saturday night to bring a sectional basketball championship back home to Warsaw. Fortunately for the Tigers, the senior star was not only winning, but also more than able. Bloom, as cool as the other side of the … Read More

Girod Maintains Republican Chairman Seat

Randall Girod will keep his title as chairman of the Kosciusko County Republican Party. A total of 134 precinct committee men and women were eligible to cast ballots today during the Republican party’s re-organization meeting. Officials say 111 votes were cast. Girod has served as the chairman for … Read More

UPDATE: Winona Lake Fire Ruled Accidental

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ac96QHMo0C8]   At 11 p.m. Friday Warsaw Fire Department was called for a full assist with Winona Lake Fire Department to a house fire at 1202 Park Ave., Winona Lake. Two adults residing in the home were in the residence when the fire started. Both escaped without … Read More

Indiana Face Millions In Health Care Cuts

Indiana hospitals face an additional $844 million in cuts over 10 years under the sequester expected to begin at midnight. Under sequestration, Medicare payments to providers will be cut by two percent. Approximately 16,500 health care and related jobs could be lost in Indiana by 2021 as a … Read More

Stookey’s Shot Stuns Minutemen

ELKHART – Warsaw’s Jordan Stookey added his name to the list of Hoosier Hysteria hoops heroes Friday night. Stookey, as the calendar flipped to March, capped the madness with a dramatic, game-winning 3-pointer as the Tigers stunned Concord 41-39 in a semifinal contest of the Elkhart Sectional. Stookey’s … Read More

Dillinger Scene Captivates First Friday

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3g0ZBiu_o28]   Warsaw’s March Into History themed First Friday event featured a scene out of history as infamous gangster John Dillinger and his gang of criminals came back to town. In April 1934, Dillinger – accompanied by Baby Face Nelson and Homer Van Meter among others – … Read More

Warsaw’s First Policewoman Passes

The first woman police officer ever hired in Warsaw has passed away. Geneva Brumfield was 93 when she died Thursday, of natural causes. (See obituary) Brumfield graduated from Syracuse High School before becoming a jail matron in Kosciusko County. She served in that role for eight years and, … Read More

Geneva Brumfield

Geneva Brumfield, 93, of Syracuse, Ind., passed away Thursday, Feb. 28, 2013, at the Avalon Village in Ligonier, Ind. She was born Sept. 12, 1919, in Syracuse, to Lewis and Mary Frances (Davis) Rogers. After graduating high school, she moved to Indianapolis until 1945 when she returned to … Read More

Rozella Beautification Program Underway

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aONkmBHE9vc]   While it may look like a war zone at Rozella Ford Golf Course this week, Jeff Johnson assures the progress will be quick and the results aesthetically pleasing. Johnson, whom StaceyPageOnline.com confirmed last month has taken over the operations of the course with the goal … Read More

American Red Cross

March Marks Red Cross Month

March is Red Cross Month and the Kosciusko Chapter of the American Red Cross invites you to uncover your inner hero by giving your time to help a neighbor, make a financial or blood donation, take a Red Cross CPR class or get trained to respond to local … Read More

Blue Öyster Cult Headlining Rock Concert

American rock band Blue Öyster Cult has been confirmed as this year’s headliner for the Classic Rock Concert in Warsaw’s Central Park. Hailing from Long Island, N.Y., the band is best known for hard rock favorites such as “Don’t Fear The Reaper,” “Godzilla,” and “Burnin’ For You.” Blue … Read More

Purdue Freezing Tuition Rates

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Purdue University announced today it is freezing tuition and most fees at current levels for the next two years for students who attend the West Lafayette campus. The last year without a tuition increase was 1976. “I have found a broad consensus among faculty … Read More

City May Ban Market Street Parking

The Warsaw Traffic Commission on Wednesday will entertain a proposal to do away with on-street parking on Market Street from Wood Street to Argonne Road. The idea is part of the Warsaw+Winona Bike+Walk initiative the city has recently adopted. The bicycle advisory committee that has been the driving … Read More