Warsaw Graduate Leaves Heart in Honduras

Michelle Metzger wasn’t interested in attending college after graduating from Warsaw Community High School in 2006 — instead, she picked up and moved to Honduras. She first traveled to the country on a mission trip with World Compassion Network, a Warsaw organization aimed at mobilizing and assisting the … Read More

Second Kidnap Attempt Reported

For the second time in less than a month an attempted kidnapping has been reported in Kosciusko County. On Sunday, July 21, Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Ben Sanders was called to Wizard of Oz Way in Cromwell. The complainant, a 32-year-old woman, reported an attempted assault and … Read More

Thieves Target Lakes Areas

Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Detectives are investigating a series of thefts that have been occurring over the last two weeks around area lakes. Money, electronics and other items have been reported stolen from vehicles left unlocked and parked outside in the overnight hours. KCSD Public Information Officer Sgt. Chad … Read More

Warsaw Seniors Roll In Opener

Manager Dave Milligan could not have scripted a better start to the state tournament Wednesday for his Warsaw Little League Senior League All-Star team. Warsaw, executing well in every phase of the game, pounded past Auburn 12-2 in six innings as pool play started in the 10-team state … Read More

Grace College Teams Make The Grade

The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced its list of NAIA Scholar Teams, and Grace College was honored when all 14 Lancer programs earned the prestigious award. Grace earned the rare accomplishment of having every eligible team named a Scholar Team by the NAIA. Overall, the Lancers … Read More

Boyts Takes Grand Prize in U.P. Contest

The results of Union Pacific’s Great Big Rollin’ Railroad Video Remake Contest were announced Tuesday in Omaha, Neb., and the results mean a local man will pursue his dream to become a character animator in Hollywood. Brock Boyts, formerly of Syracuse, and his wife, Nellie, were named the grand … Read More

KLAS Grant Will Aid Algae Research

The K21 Health Foundation has awarded Kosciusko Lakes and Streams $200,000 to be used toward lake and stream research in Kosciusko County, focusing on blue-green algae. “Lakes and streams are vital to the community. We want to acknowledge how important water is to the health of residents in … Read More

Open House to Reveal Bike-Walk Plan

The city of Warsaw is currently developing a plan for the community’s bicycle and pedestrian system and on Thursday, an open house will give the public an opportunity to sound off on what they would like to see as part of the system. The purpose of the Warsaw … Read More

Aug. 4 Book Sale at WCPL

You asked and the Warsaw Community Public Library has delivered. On Saturday, Aug. 4, WCPL is having an indoor Saturday book sale where hundreds of books, DVDs, CDs, books on tape and more will be available to the public at bargain prices. The one-day sale starts at 8 … Read More

Syracuse Youth Complex, Trails Moving Ahead

The Syracuse Park Foundation received positive updates regarding the Syracuse Youth Athletic Complex and the Syracuse-Wawasee Trail System during its regular monthly meeting Tuesday night. Chad Jonsson, park superintendent and executive director of the foundation, provided a brief slide show highlighting the progress at the athletic complex over … Read More

Smoke Fills Syracuse School Library

An overheated motor caused smoke to fill the library of Syracuse Elementary School Tuesday night, but fortunately there was no damage. Wawasee Community School Corp. Superintendent Tom Edington tells StaceyPageOnline.com that a motor on an air handling unit overheated “but worked exactly how it was supposed to.” Edington … Read More

Indiana Launches Guide to Government

Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson is pleased to announce national recognition for the voter education portal “Who Are Your Elected Officials?” The one-of-a-kind tool is being showcased at an IT conference in San Diego by its developer, 39°north. Hoosiers can find out who is representing them from … Read More