IRS-Endorsed Tax Program Offering Free Service

The William P. Gordon Institute for Enterprise Development through the School of Business at Grace College and the United Way of Kosciusko County will partner again this year to host an IRS endorsed Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program in Kosciusko County during the months of  February and March … Read More

MRC Hires Attorney To Establish TIF

Milford Redevelopment Commission has appointed a new attorney to lead them through the process of setting up a new tax increment financing district. Bob Murphy of RP Murphy and Associates told committee members at the last meeting, three weeks ago, that it would be in their best interest … Read More

Two Serious After Early Morning Crash

Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department deputies are investigating an early morning crash that seriously injured two local people. The accident happened at about 5:45 a.m. at SR 15 and CR 600 North near Leesburg. According to KCSD information, the Leesburg Fire Department was called to extricate at least one of … Read More

Detective Admits Error In Murder Trial

During a press conference today, the Elkhart County Sheriff Brad Rogers said a detective’s testimony that was instrumental in winning a murder conviction in 2005, made an error that could result in a new trial. Detective Dennis Chapman admitted to making a mistake in identifying a fingerprint as … Read More

Habitat Names Family for Women Build

The Board of Directors of Habitat for Humanity of Kosciusko County, upon recommendation of the Family Selection committee, recently approved Diane Jones and her son as the next Partner Family. Habitat has three main criteria that applicants must meet to become a Partner Family: (1) there must be … Read More

Red Cross Promoting Project S.A.F.E.

Kosciusko Red Cross Volunteers will be out in full force this weekend for Project S.A.F.E. (Smoke Alarms For Everyone) to canvass 3,000 homes to hand out fire safety information. Volunteers will be canvassing numerous neighborhoods throughout Kosciusko County from 10 a.m. until noon with information packets, which include … Read More

TPS Intern Plans Career With Children

Wawasee High School senior Kourtney Flannery is serving an early childhood development internship at Teen Parents Succeeding in Syracuse. The internship is through Wawasee High School’s Professional Career Internship Program. Under the supervision of Trish Miller, coordinator of the high school’s Work-Based Programs, and TPS Lead Caregiver Margaret … Read More

K-County Literacy Services Host Author Dinner

Taking a different turn for 2012, the always well-attended Kosciusko Literacy Services Author Dinner will feature an author and will be on the History and Mystery of Wine. The event will begin at 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 18, in the Taharaa Room of Noa Noa Wood Grill and … Read More

Town Hall Forums Hostings Democratic Candidates

The Kosciusko County Young Democrats, in cooperation with the St. Regis Club, are hosting Democratic candidates for two upcoming town hall forums. At 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 9, Brendan Mullen, the democratic Second District congressional candidate, and Indiana House Candidate John Bonitati, will be at the St. Regis Club for a public … Read More

Pet Food Pantry In Need Of Donations

To date, One Dog at a Time Rescue Pet Food Pantry of Kosciusko County has provided 5,761 pounds of dog food and 1,966 pounds of cat food to Combined Community Services of Kosciusko County. The ODTR Pet Food Pantry at CCS distributes food to pet owners who are … Read More

Victim’s Dad Says Act Was Intentional

[youtube] (EDITOR’S NOTE: In this raw video, Floyd Miller, the father of one of the Amish victims hit by the hit-and-run driver, tells Stacey Page and WSBT-TV reporter Denise Bohn, what his son said about Saturday night’s accident. Miller is Amish so his picture is not shown.) … Read More