Suspect Sought in Home Invasion

Warsaw Police are looking for a man who attacked and robbed a victim in his west side Warsaw home on Saturday night. Rickie E. Olinger, 58, of Tippecanoe Drive, was reportedly alone at home in his apartment when a tall, black male suspect came to his door and … Read More

UPDATE: Bar Fight Victim Still Serious

Family members of Nicholas S. Phillips tell that the 28-year-old Warsaw man involved in an early Friday morning bar fight is in Lutheran Hospital fighting for his life. Phillips is in the ICU unit where he is suffering from brain swelling. He is unable to maintain consciousness … Read More

Oakwood Property Now Open To All Bidders

Kosciusko Superior Court Judge Duane Huffer today granted Ian Rolland free reign to seek a buyer for the stagnate Oakwood Inn property. In today’s hearings in Warsaw, Huffer asked that receiver Rolland continue to put forth efforts to find a buyer that will continue with the original religious … Read More

Public Now Able to Get Emergency Text Alerts

The Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department and 911 Communications Center today announced it is now using Nixle to send important and timely public safety information to residents. Nixle Connect allows the department to communicate with the public via text/SMS, e-mail, and Internet posts at no cost. Nixle will be … Read More

Three Named in April Robbery

Three North Manchester men are in custody after admitting to their involvement in an April gas station robbery in Kosciusko County. Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department detectives solved the robbery that occurred at a Silver Lake gas station, as well as an auto theft from North Manchester that occurred … Read More

MMA Fighter Sought For Battery

Update: as of 5-22-12 Victim of bar fight still serious A fight outside of Rex’s Rendezvous has left a 28-year-old man in serious condition. According to Warsaw Police, Nicholas S. Phillips of Warsaw suffered facial and head injuries after being struck by Joe Garrett Swanson, 28, also of … Read More

Park Seeks Community Input

Community members are encouraged to provide feedback for Warsaw’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan through a public survey. The community’s response is a critical part of creating an alternative transportation system that meets citizens’ needs. The survey is located online at  The survey can also be accessed on … Read More

New Business Opens in Warsaw

A ribbon-cutting was recently held at a new consignment store in Warsaw. Miss Thrifty, 955 N. Lake St., is now celebrating the opening of the new business.  A grand opening is being planned for June 9. Miss Thrifty is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and … Read More

Indiana, Kentucky Partner To End Child Abuse

A new group, the Partnership to Eliminate Child Abuse, today announced a comprehensive educational and awareness campaign to work toward eliminating child abuse in Indiana and Kentucky. At this morning’s announcement, made in a packed lobby at Kosair Children’s Hospital in downtown Louisville, the group said it planned … Read More

United Way Prepares For Day of Caring

The United Way of Kosciusko County has begun planning for the 2012 Day of Caring. The event is set to take place on Aug. 15, in six communities around the county: Mentone, Etna Green, Leesburg, Milford, Warsaw central and Warsaw west. Based on discussions with Pam Kennedy, executive … Read More

Unkempt Properties Top Milford Meeting

By JODI MAGALLANES Staff Writer [email protected] Lack of maintenance at a handful of residential properties occupied the dominant portion of a regular meeting of the Milford Town Council Monday evening. Prior to  an update by building inspector Ken Brower on the state of several questionable residences, council members heard … Read More

Syracuse Industrial Park Moving Forward

  Swiss Perfection went before the Syracuse Town Council Monday night to seek rezoning approval for a new business. Company representatives asked that a building, located at South Huntington Street just south of the railroad tracks, be rezoned from light industrial to commercial. Council members saw no issues … Read More