Milford Student Admits To Bomb Threat

An eighth grade Milford student admits to several recent threats found written inside the school by officials. Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Dalis Owens was contacted by Milford Elementary/Middle School officials yesterday in regards to information relative to the recent threats received at the school. School personnel had … Read More

KCSD Now Using Online Tools

Kosciusko County, Indiana  – In an effort to further combat crime in Kosciusko County, the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department is now using LeadsOnline – an investigative system that enables detectives to search for suspects and stolen property across secondhand stores, scrap metal dealers, pawnshops, and internet (eBay) drop-off … Read More

OrthoWorx Steps Forward With Hospital Study

WARSAW — OrthoWorx has appointed a community-based steering committee and undertaken a philanthropic funding study as next steps in determining the feasibility of a nonprofit orthopedic specialty hospital in Warsaw. OrthoWorx launched a feasibility study in February 2012 for an orthopedic specialty hospital with a focus on research … Read More

Farmer’s Market Moves Downtown

By STACEY PAGE Editor [email protected] Center Street in downtown Warsaw will be closed from Buffalo and Lake streets tomorrow morning as the Kosciusko County Farmers Market LLC makes a move. For the first time in its history, the farmers market will be held in downtown Warsaw where vendors … Read More

Bomb Threat at Syracuse Elementary

Syracuse Elementary School students are just now returning to classrooms following an evacuation early this afternoon. Wawasee Community Schools Superintendent Dr. Tom Edington tells Stacey Page that a student heard about an alleged bomb threat to the school and informed a teacher. The teacher then immediately alerted school … Read More

CTB Acquires Overseas Company

MILFORD, Ind., – CTB, Inc. today announced that an agreement has been signed for the acquisition of Meyn Holding B.V., the parent company of Meyn Food Processing Technology B.V., based in Oostzaan, the Netherlands. Meyn is a leading designer and manufacturer of poultry processing systems and equipment with … Read More

WHS Academic Hall of Fame

Doors of opportunity may have to be knocked down in today’s world, but nonetheless a group of 41 senior students at Wawasee High School will graduate with something impressive to list on their resume. Thursday evening, the 41 students were inducted into the high school’s Academic Hall of … Read More

Sheriff Announces Youth Camps

Kosciusko County Sheriff Rocky Goshert today announced the 33rd Annual Indiana Sheriff’s Youth Leadership Camp will be held in June and July of this year. There will be two camp sessions this year. The first session will be June 13-15 at Pine Creek Camp in Pine Village, Ind., … Read More

Bike-Walk Program Coming to Warsaw

By STACEY PAGE Editor [email protected] The excitement was in Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer’s voice as he spoke at the Warsaw Board of Public Works & Safety this morning about the city’s bike-walk program now being developed. The B.O.W. granted approval for the application of a K21 Foundation grant … Read More

Wilson Promises Full-Time Dedication

By STACEY PAGE Editor [email protected] As primary election day nears, Michael Wilson is hoping that his years of service to the community, his career, and his compassion for people will earn him the title of Kosciusko County Coroner. Since 1994, Wilson has served as a deputy coroner under … Read More