UPDATE: Near Head-On Crash Near Claypool

Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department Deputies say a man failed to yield the right-of-way and caused a near head-on collision Thursday near Claypool. Shortly after 4 p.m., police say Herman Frauhiger Jr., 79, of Claypool, was eastbound on Hoppus Road when he pulled into the path of a pickup … Read More

Carpenter Leads Locals In Open

Quentyn Carpenter of Bourbon notched the top finish among area entrants in the boys’ field at the AJGA Stonehenge Junior Open as the three-round tournament concluded Thursday. Carpenter, who is headed into his senior year as a standout golfer at Triton High School, finished in a tie for … Read More

Teams Needed for Cancer Golf Outing

This year’s tournament to benefit the Kosciusko County Cancer Care Fund will be Friday, Sept. 7, at Stonehenge and teams are now being sought. The shotgun start tournament is open to the first 30 teams registering for 8 a.m. tee time and the first 30 for the 1 p.m. tee time. … Read More

UPDATE: City Vehicle Strikes Motorcycle

Charles Christie, 56, of Warsaw, was taken to Kosciusko Community Hospital for treatment after his motorcycle was struck by a city vehicle. A medical transport team from South Bend witnessed the accident and the medics on board administered care to the patient until Multi-Township EMS arrived on scene. … Read More

First Friday Welcomes Classic Bike Race

This Friday evening, big-time bike racing comes to First Friday in the Warsaw Downtown Classic Criteriums. << See the Stacey Page Calendar for this event >> If you’ve seen the Sunday races on the island in Winona Lake during the Fat & Skinny Bike Festival in May then … Read More

Warrant Sought for Local Man

Kosciusko County Prosecutor Dan Hampton says he will file a warrant for Brad Lee Niles Jr., 25, who failed to appear for his sentencing. Niles, of North Webster, was to appear in Kosciusko Circuit Court before Judge Rex Reed at 10 a.m. today to be sentenced for two … Read More

Drought Monitor: Severe Conditions Persist

Dry conditions in the first half of 2012 have impacted much of the region. The hot and dry weather in June and July have only intensified on-going drought conditions across the area. Severe to extreme drought conditions are present across much of Northern Indiana, Southern Lower Michigan and … Read More

Chamber Donates to Tools For Schools

The Annual Chamber Golf Outing has been a traditional summer activity and fundraiser for the Warsaw Kosciusko County Chamber of Commerce for many years. It’s a time for community leaders to network and have a good time together over a game of golf. This year the outing was … Read More

UPDATE: Big Marijuana Find Near Milford

Indiana State Police Marijuana Eradication Team Coordinator Trooper Brian Hoffman tells StaceyPageOnline.com today that, despite finding a substantial amount of marijuana near Milford, no arrest has yet been made. Hoffman says the ISP M.E.T. served a search warrant just before 9 a.m. Wednesday at a home on CR … Read More

Locals Make Cut In Stonehenge Open

A quartet of area golfers, including standouts Jon Schram of Warsaw and Quentyn Carpenter of Bourbon, made the cut Wednesday after the second round of the AJGA Stonehenge Junior Open. Schram and Carpenter, each the top players for their respective prep teams at Warsaw Community and Triton high … Read More

Indian Artifacts Authentication Program in Syracuse

The opportunity for northern Indiana residents to have their prehistoric artifacts (arrowheads, Indian stones, etc.) and historic Native American artifacts (bead work, pottery, etc.) identified, authenticated and evaluated will take place from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 29, at the Syracuse Community Center, 1013 N. Long … Read More

Warsaw Schools

Warsaw Prepares for School Year with Welcome Events

Warsaw Community Schools “Back to School Days” will take place on Monday, Aug. 6 from noon to 6 p.m. and Tuesday, August 7 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The office staff and computer lab will be available for those who have not previously registered online, for parents … Read More

Kennedy Case to be Back in Court

Not satisfied with a ruling that would have the former executive director of the Kosciusko Board of Realtors paying back only a fraction of what she stole, Prosecutor Dan Hampton says a hearing on the matter will be held in the near future. In Kosciusko County Superior Court II … Read More