Former KBOR Director Sentenced To Prison

The former Executive Director of the Kosciusko Board of Realtors was sentenced in Kosciusko County Superior Court II this morning to serve a year and a half in prison. In April, Elizabeth Kennedy, 52, pleaded guilty to two class D felony theft charges. Warsaw Police arrested her last … Read More

Right-of-Way Rights Topic Of NW Meeting

Neighbors v. neighbors over who had the right to cut or remove bushes from a property on Center Street extension brought quite a few people to the North Webster Town Council meeting Tuesday evening at the North Webster Community Center. Town attorney Jack Birch explained the town could … Read More

Equipment Fire Injures Man In Leesburg

Leesburg-Plain Township Fire Department was called to the Leesburg Gravel Pit around 3:30 p.m. Tuesday when a piece of equipment caught fire in the gravel pit. According to Andy Brown with Phend and Brown Inc., owners of the gravel pit, an earthmover caught fire. No cause of the fire has … Read More

Oakwood Buyers Address Syracuse Town Council

Ian Rolland, receiver for Oakwood, introduced Dr. J. Rex Parent to the Syracuse Town Council Tuesday night. Parent, who is purchasing the Oakwood Inn, told the council about his family’s history on Lake Wawasee and his plans for refurbishing Oakwood. He plans to have the once thriving hotel … Read More

KSNM: Bring Less Bureaucracy To Sign Ordinance

Safety and aesthetics are the two main driving forces behind proposed changes to Warsaw’s existing sign ordinance. That is according to Warsaw City Planner Jeremy Skinner who faced a barrage of questions and personal opinions from about 30 people at Tuesday night’s special meeting of Kosciusko Silent No More. … Read More

Plans For Oakwood: ‘Bring It Back To Its Pinnacle’

“We have sold the property to Dr. J. Rex Parent from Fort Wayne,” announced Ian Rolland, receiver for Oakwood, Syracuse. Parent, an ophthalmologist and eye surgeon from Fort Wayne, is also president and CEO of Parent Investment Associates, a business he owns with his sons, J.R. and Jason. … Read More

DNR Beefing Up OWI Patrols

It’s been on the books for a number of years: operate a watercraft while intoxicated and you receive the same penalty as if you were operating a vehicle on the roadways. So it’s nothing new. But what is new is the increased presence of Department of Natural Resource Law Enforcement Officers on … Read More

Man Falls From Second Story Balcony

Samaritan air ambulance landed in the parking lot of Big R in Warsaw late Monday night to airlift a local man to a Fort Wayne hospital. Warsaw Police Department Lt. Kip Shuter says 57-year-old Harvey Clutter fell from a second story balcony at Eastgate Apartments on Old U.S. … Read More

WCSC Hosts Free Summer Lunch Program

School’s out for summer and that means the Warsaw Community School Corporation’s free lunch program is back in session. Kids in the WCSC system, ages 1 year old to 18 years old, are invited to take part in the free lunches at Winona Lake Park, Center Lake-Bixler Park … Read More

Wayne Township Trustee Complaint

Dear Editor, My brother, Charles Jayne, passed away in Kosciusko Community Hospital on May 31. He was a Vietnam Era veteran, and unfortunately, due to having MS and injuries from the service, he spent the last 15 years in nursing homes, the last 7 being here in Warsaw. … Read More

Veteran Of The Month

Tom Everett of Warsaw was named Veteran of the Month at the Kosciusko County Commissioners meeting today. Everett is a Korean War veteran and received a Purple Heart. A former veterans service officer for the county, Everett is chaplain of the American Legion. Everett, right, is pictured with … Read More