Chamber President Returns From Cultural Mission

Twenty Chamber of Commerce representatives from across the United States and one from Canada traveled to learn of Opportunity Brazil. Among them was Mark Dobson, of Warsaw/Kosciusko County Chamber. It was a week of intense immersion into the Brazilian business culture and political environment. Brazil is currently the … Read More

Unsolved Mystery – Part 4

(The following is the fourth in a series regarding the mysterious disappearance of an Air Force T-33 trainer jet that, on Dec. 8, 1956, went missing. It is believed the T-33 lies at the bottom of a Kosciusko County lake where it has become an underwater grave for … Read More

Lakes Festival Adds Athletic Events

WINONA LAKE, Ind. – The Northern Indiana Lakes Festival will now host two days of athletic events on the shores of beautiful northern Indiana lakes. This includes unique race opportunities for the young and old, beginners and pros. The Lakes Festival is a family-friendly celebration of lakes over … Read More

Auction Buy Has Zoning Issues in Pierceton

Max Busz purchased a barn during an auction and wasn’t prepared for what followed. Later he petitioned the Kosciusko County Area Planning Commission to have the property rezoned from residential to commercial. His petition was among those considered by the APC during its regular monthly meeting May 2 … Read More

National Day of Prayer

From noon to 1 p.m. Thursday, May 3, the public is invited to Rodeheaver Auditorium in Winona Lake to take part in the National Day of Prayer event. The local event is sponsored by the Greater Warsaw Ministerial Association. For those who prefer, there is also a National … Read More

KYLA Graduation Held Wednesday

By PHOEBE MUTHART Staff Writer [email protected] Twenty-eight students from six area high schools attended Kosciusko Youth Leadership Academy graduation Wednesday night at Champagne Jam restaurant in Warsaw. Guest speaker was Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer. Each year students are required to complete a project that emphasizes service to the … Read More

Primary is Tuesday, Know Who’s On the Ballot

By DEB PATTERSON Staff Writer [email protected] The 2012 Primary Election will have a few surprises for some residents. Due to redistricting efforts individuals may no longer find long time familiar district numbers or names. In the Lakeland Area — Turkey Creek, Tippecanoe, Van Buren, Scott and Jefferson townships … Read More

Purchase Agreement of Oakwood Terminated

By LAUREN ZEUGNER Staff Writer [email protected] As reported over the weekend, Ian Rolland, receiver for Oakwood, filed a notice in Kosciusko Superior Court I saying Buckingham Companies LLC was formally terminating the purchase agreement for the Oakwood property in Syracuse. In a letter from Andrew Klineman, general … Read More

Illegal Alien Nabbed For Cocaine

A Warsaw man was arrested Tuesday after allegedly selling cocaine to an undercover drug task force officer. Warsaw city officers, along with Kosciusko County Drug Task Force officers, initiated a traffic stop on Ernesto Martin Macias, 28, Warsaw, near the intersection of Harrison and Center streets yesterday on … Read More

Whitright Accepts Plea in Sex Case

By STACEY PAGE Editor [email protected] Former Warsaw Police Officer Tim Whitright appeared in Kosciusko Superior Court I today and accepted a plea based on allegations he molested a 14-year-old girl. Whitright, dressed in a sport coat, dress pants and tie, told Judge Duane Huffer he understood that he … Read More

Riot at Pierceton Woods

Police from Pierceton and Kosciusko County are at the Pierceton Woods juvenile center in Pierceton where a riot is said to have broken out. According to scanner traffic, juveniles started fighting in what appears to be a recreation area. Staff workers were trying to break up the riot … Read More