Tigers Rally To Win NLC Thriller

NAPPANEE – Warsaw football coach Phil Jensen motivated his team at halftime Friday night at NorthWood by visiting a past victory on that field. The Tigers, thanks to that inspirational history lesson and a second-half rally, will now get to play for a conference championship in the future. … Read More

Annual Essay Contest For Fourth-Graders

State Sen. Ryan Mishler (R-Bremen) urges local fourth-grade students to celebrate Indiana’s 196th birthday by entering the annual Statehood Day essay contest and answering the question, “What does Indiana mean to you?” before Oct. 29. Local fourth-grade classrooms are also invited to attend Statehood Day celebrations in Indianapolis … Read More

After-School Satellite Program Takes Off

The Baker Youth Club may be 86 years old this year, but that doesn’t mean the Kosciusko County organization is stuck in its ways. The BYC, which offers after-school homework help, mentoring, activities and supervision in a safe and fun environment, continues to offer new opportunities for the … Read More

New Laws Aim To Help Ex-offenders Find Work

Two significant changes in state law allows non-violent offenders to have their criminal records sealed as well as gives courts the power to convert a Class D felony conviction to a Class A misdemeanor upon petition. The new Indiana laws, which went into effect last July, aim to … Read More

Leesburg Pumpkin Patch Supports Wounded Warriors

When Fred Davis, North Webster, bought the property at 7509 N. SR 15, all he was looking for was a place for storage. Within the past year, though, his lot of land has become a support for wounded soldiers around the country. Leesburg Pumpkin Patch began its venture … Read More

City Hall Opening Slated For November

  Mary Ellen Rudisel-Jordan, president at Scearce Rudisel-Architects Inc., has provided pictorial renderings of what Warsaw’s new city hall will look like when it completes, and details some of the special features of the building. In the first photo, which is a view from the northeast, Rudisel-Jordan notes that the existing … Read More

UPDATE: One Flown After Leesburg Crash

A one-vehicle crash in the 500 block of East Armstrong Road, Leesburg, was reported at 5:10 a.m. this morning and sent a Warsaw woman to a Fort Wayne hospital. Rescue personnel from Leesburg Fire Department extracted the driver, now identified as Kathryn Logan, 25, of Warsaw, from her 2007 … Read More

Drug Bust At Forest Park

Four people were arrested during traffic stops that were initiated after Warsaw Police received anonymous information that illegal drugs were being distributed from a residence in the Forest Park Mobile Home Community. Police were told that the drugs were being distributed from 907 Oak Brook Place in the … Read More

Warsaw Surrenders More Sewage Fees

Once again the city of Warsaw found itself with undocumented apartments and more unbilled properties. Clerical errors from as far back as 15 years have so far resulted in the city forfeiting approximately $16,000 in sewer fees. Problems began surfacing in June when Mary Lou Plummer, manager of … Read More

Highest Environmental Achievement Awarded TWF

The Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence in Outreach and Education was presented to the Tippecanoe Watershed Foundation to honor its extraordinary efforts for environmental public education and outreach. This prestigious award recognizes the Clear Choices program which empowers Hoosiers to make personal, every day choices that result in … Read More

Dig Pink Personal For Lachetas

WARSAW – The Lacheta ladies, mother Cheryl and daughter Jamie, looked pretty in pink together Thursday night. It was a beautiful sight of the two together on the volleyball court in the Tiger Den at WCHS. A special moment that the two were not so sure two years … Read More

City Adopts Sign Ordinance

After more than 8 months of discussions, public meetings, detailed rewrites and tweaking, a proposed sign ordinance was voted on by the Warsaw Common Council Thursday night moving it effectively from proposed to finalized. City planner Jeremy Skinner presented the ordinance on behalf of the Warsaw Plan Commission which has … Read More