Milford, MTEMS Clear The Air

Four Multi-Township EMS administrators and board members attended a regular meeting of the Milford Town Council Monday night to clear the air over a recent request by MTEMS for a significant increase in the town’s subsidy. Scott Sigerfoos, MTEMS director of operations, told council members that they felt … Read More

Cycle Challenge To End Poverty To Be Held

In 2009, 2nd Mile Adventures and 2nd Mile Missions held a bicycle tour to help raise money for the 2nd Mile Missions to prevent the cycle of poverty in Bavaro, Dominican Republic. Those funds were used to build a school and provide an education to kids in one … Read More

’30 Days, 30 Ways To Prepare’ Campaign

INDIANAPOLIS—As part of National Preparedness Month, the Indiana State Department of Health has launched a “30 Days, 30 Ways to Prepare” campaign. The campaign provides daily tips categorized into a weekly theme for the month of September. The second week’s theme is focused on how to build an … Read More

Grace Professor Delivers Message at RU Convocation

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA—Dr. Chris Hull, assistant professor of counseling at Grace College and Theological Seminary and an alumnus of Regent University in Virginia Beach, was invited to deliver a message at Regent’s annual convocation last month, where he spoke on the identity of Regent University, current problems facing … Read More

GC Dean Appointed To Indiana Council

WINONA LAKE, IND. – Grace College’s Dr. Mark Norris, dean of the School of Arts and Sciences and chair of the Department of History and Political Science, was recently appointed to the board of directors for the Indiana Council for the Social Studies, a premiere professional organization of social … Read More

Claypool Celebrates Its Revitalization

Claypool put on a safe and fun day for all in the “small town with the big heart” on Saturday. Called Claypool Fun Day, the theme was “Bridging Generations of the Past-Present and Future” and also celebrated the completion of the new railroad overpass bridge on SR 15 … Read More

WorkOne Hiring Event In Warsaw

WorkOne Northern Indiana is hosting a hiring event featuring multiple employers from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 18, at the Kosciusko County Fair Grounds in Warsaw. More than 25 employers are taking part in the hiring event, which is open to job-seekers. Those seeking jobs need to … Read More

Walk To End Alzheimer’s On Oct. 6

The Alzheimer’s Association is inviting local residents to unite in a movement to reclaim the future for millions by participating in the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s®. The Walk will take place at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 6, at Winona Lake Senior Center, 1310 Park Ave. Walk to End … Read More

Anchorage Road Development Clears First Hurdle

The first step in moving toward a commercial development along Anchorage Road was made tonight at the Warsaw Plan Commission meeting. The Anchorage Point Subdivision, a 7-lot development that will include mostly retail businesses and some offices, received a preliminary nod of approval to move forward with technical … Read More

Warsaw Adding Eastern TIF District

The Warsaw Redevelopment Commission today approved a resolution to establish another Tax Increment Finance district in Warsaw. This one, known as the Eastern TIF Economic Development Area, was also given a nod of approval by the Warsaw Plan Commission Monday evening. The Eastern TIF Economic Development Area will encompass … Read More

Heart Of The Harvest Fall Festival Discussed

Two topics were of primary importance at the Sept. 10 general meeting of the North Webster-Tippecanoe Township Chamber of Commerce. Those were the upcoming Heart of the Harvest Fall Festival and nominations for board members and officers. The Heart of the Harvest Fall Festival is held annually in … Read More

North Webster Students Walking For Dollars

North Webster Elementary School Parents Teachers Organization is sponsoring a Walk-A-Thon fundraiser for the second year in a row. Last year’s was such a success that it has become an annual tradition. The entire community is invited to join the PTO in trying to raise money to help … Read More