DNR Warns of Blue-Green Algae

People who use Indiana’s lakes and reservoirs for recreation should be aware that blue-green algae blooms have the potential to cause health problems in humans and animals. Blue-green algae blooms are a seasonal occurrence in some Indiana waters, fueled by summer heat, sunlight and fertilizer runoff from lawns … Read More

Wounded Warriors Leave Lasting Impression

My favorite sports team to cheer for has always been the New York Yankees. Let me correct myself. My favorite sports team to cheer for used to be the New York Yankees. A slow-pitch softball team, appropriately enough called Warriors, changed all that for me in a short … Read More

Supporters, Former Owners Celebrate Dixie’s 83rd Birthday

The Dixie set out on a special cruise this afternoon to honor the former owners and supporters who have kept the paddlewheel boat in operation since 1929. Birthday cake was served as the individuals responsible for saving the Dixie mingled and reminisced about the Dixie’s history. Karilyn Metcalf, … Read More

Warsaw All-Stars Cruise To Title

Who says you can’t mix Warsaw and Wawasee athletes together and have a cohesive, championship caliber team? Don’t tell the Warsaw Little League Senior Baseball All-Star team it doesn’t work. The talent-laden squad, a 50-50 mix of Tigers and Warriors, capped a dominating run through the District 14 … Read More

Ride and Car Show for Heartline

New Life Christian Church in Warsaw is hosting the 4th Annual Russ Spangle Ride and Car Show this Saturday, beginning at 9 a.m. Proceeds from the event will be donated to Heartline Pregnancy Center Inc., Warsaw. Registration begins at 9 a.m. at New Life Christian Church, 744 S. … Read More

Employment Report Shows Indiana Job Growth

Indiana hit a low point of employment in July 2009, but a recent release of the state’s Monthly Employment Report shows promise from the private sector. Since July 2009, Indiana’s private sector has added 37,500 jobs, a 6 percent increase that nearly doubles the nation’s average of 3.3 … Read More

ML Motorsports Making A Name For Itself

Tucked away in the cornfields west of Warsaw just might be the best kept secret in all of  auto racing. ML Motorsports. It might not be a secret for long though thanks to a committed owner, a confident and talented rookie driver and a shop crew full of … Read More

State Unemployment Rate Hits 8 Percent

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Although the private sector saw job growth of 6 percent in June, the unemployment rate increased for the first time in nearly a year. The Indiana Department of Workforce Development says the June unemployment rate was 8 percent, up from 7.9 percent in May. Unemployment … Read More

UPDATE: Conservation Officer Involved in Crash

A collision between an Indiana Conservation Officer’s vehicle and a car happened at about 2:25 p.m. Friday on U.S. 30 at the Old Road 30 East intersection in Warsaw. Warsaw City Police and Kosciusko County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the crash in the westbound lane. According to a … Read More

June Meth Lab Leads to Arrest

A Cromwell woman was arrested early today by officers of the Kosciusko County Drug Task Force. Regina R. Paluchniak, 48, 966 E. Pixie Parkway, was taken into custody by DTF officers at her home at 8:30 a.m. Paluchniak was preliminarily charged with felony possession of methamphetamine stemming from a … Read More

B.O.W. Proves to be Resident Friendly

True to their word, the Warsaw Board of Public Works and Safety agreed to issue local resident Alisha Clayson a permit for her seasonal shaved ice business. Clayson has been asking the city for over a month to review its itinerant merchant fees to make it more feasible … Read More