Public Input Sought For Parking Issues

Yesterday the city of Warsaw launched an online 10-question visitor parking survey.  It is accessible from the city’s home page (listed in the left column and also under City Happenings) available at Paper copies will also be available at Warsaw City Hall and soon in many downtown restaurants … Read More

County OKs Funds For Upgrade

By STACEY PAGE Editor [email protected] Kosciusko County Prosecutor Dan Hampton appeared before the county council last night to ask for $41,000 of his budget to be reallocated to update security and surveillance equipment in the jail. According to Hampton, a new law now requires all interviews of in-custody … Read More

Authorities ‘Confident’ in Mora’s Capture

By STACEY PAGE Editor [email protected] On May 23, 2007, one of the most violent crimes Kosciusko County has even seen played out over a span of just minutes and left two people dead and many lives forever changed. As the clock struck 5 p.m. on that fateful Wednesday … Read More

INDOT Seeks Public Input

INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Department of Transportation has updated its Americans with Disabilities Act Transition Plan to include a preliminary review of state highway facilities, policies and practices in an effort meet federal regulations and requirements. To ensure that the public is given an opportunity to review, comment and … Read More

Local Man Held on Child Porn Charges

Federal agents have arrested a Kosciusko County man on charges of possessing child pornography and court records indicate the man has confessed to the crime. A criminal complaint unsealed in U.S. District Court in South Bend alleges that Richard Lee Harrell, 27, of Warsaw, came on the radar … Read More

Children’s Store Opens on Winona

On The Grow, a new children’s clothing store, celebrated a ribbon cutting ceremony in Warsaw recently. The store, located at 809 E. Winona Ave., specializes in gently worn children’s clothing sizes newborn to 20. In addition, On The Grow also has gently worn maternity clothing, new and used … Read More

Prosecutor Explains WPD Gun Case

By STACEY PAGE Editor [email protected] Kosciusko County Prosecutor Dan Hampton says he is not pursuing charges against any former Warsaw Police officers who were being investigated by Indiana State Police. According to Hampton, former Warsaw Police Chief Perry Hunter and former Warsaw Police Officer Joe Stanley were being … Read More

Winona Lake Has Statue of Liberty Replica

Winona Lake Town Coordinator Craig Allebach presided over a ceremony that recognized the individuals responsible for donating and installing a Statue of Liberty replica that was placed at the site of the Timeline of Liberty in front of the Winona Lake Town Hall, 1310 Park Ave., Winona Lake. … Read More

Wilson, Reed Big Winners in K County

The results are in and Kosciusko County voters have spoken. With a 25.06 percent voter turn-out, Richard Mourdock ousted Sen. Dick Lugar with a county-wide vote of 8,086 vs. 2,858. In the U.S. District 2 Congressional race incumbent Jackie Walorski earned 2,619 of county votes to Greg  Andrews’ … Read More

Man Injured In Go-cart Accident

WARSAW — Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating a go-cart accident in Warsaw that left a Lake Station man injured Monday, May 7. Warsaw Police and Indiana Conservation Officers were called to the accident around 10:45 p.m. Preliminary reports indicate that 24 year old Matthew Franklin of Lake Station … Read More