Prosecutor Working Toward ATF Dog

Kosciusko County Prosecutor Dan Hampton is in the process of bringing an accelerant dog back to Kosciusko County. Former Warsaw Fire Department Fire Marshal Michael Wilson had the first and so far the only ATF trained and certified accelerant dog when he was with WFD. Bailey, a black … Read More

Downtown Parking Concerns Being Studied

Traffic concerns in downtown Warsaw have long plagued everyone from business owners to employees to those who do business there. But in recent months, city officials have taken a hands-on approach to address the issues and begin to take the steps to ease the woes. The Warsaw Traffic … Read More

Rude Earns State Title, National Recognition

A Silver Lake resident has proven himself as one of the best of the rodeo cowboys in his age group. Coleman Rude, the son of Thomas and Kathy Rude, was named Indiana state champion bull rider for 2012 at the Indiana High School Rodeo Association state finals earlier … Read More

UW Campaign in Full Swing

Activities are underway for the United Way of Kosciusko County 2012 Campaign. The goal for this year’s annual fund drive has been established at $2.18 million; it is simply a target for the campaign cabinet.  The involvement of existing partners and new participating businesses will make every attempt … Read More

Incumbents File for WCSC Board

The two at-large seats on the Wawasee Community School Corp. Board of Trustees are up for election in November. Filing began July 25 and will close at noon Friday, Aug. 24. These seats are currently held by Mike Wilson, District 1 (Tippecanoe Township), and George Gilbert, District 2 (Turkey Creek Township). … Read More

Weekly Water Test Results

The following results are from water samples taken from each public beach in Kosciusko County. Each reading represents the most probable number of E. coli colonies per sample. Two samples are taken at each public beach. In order for a beach to be closed, both readings must exceed … Read More

Wawasee Says No to Geothermal

It would take too long to pay off, so the Wawasee Community School Corp. Board of Trustees voted not to have geothermal installed at Wawasee Middle School. The vote was taken during a special meeting of the school board late Tuesday afternoon in the Warrior Room at Wawasee … Read More

Howard, Li Lead In Stonehenge Open

Chad Howard and Catherina Li, after the storms passed and the skies cleared, thundered their way atop the leaderboard Tuesday after the opening round of the AJGA Stonehenge Junior Golf Open. Early-morning thunderstorms delayed the start of the tourney about an hour and a half before the field … Read More

Woman Targeted Marshmallow Festival in Thefts

A Ligonier woman is charged with bilking a popular festival and a business out of more than $136,000; money that she said she used to buy Longaberger baskets and alcohol. Tamara Deel, 42, appeared in a Noble County courtroom earlier this week to face the charges of C … Read More

Pierceton Days Packed with Fun

The 2012 Pierceton Days festival is set to kick off at noon Friday, Aug. 3, and continue through Saturday evening. Vendors and a carnival, provided by Beer’s and Jessup’s, will be operational by noon Aug. 3. Food, crafts and rides can be enjoyed all day between the other … Read More

UPDATE: Bomb Scare at CC Hardware Store

Police initially reported that a bomb was located at Teghtmeyer Ace Hardware in Columbia City Tuesday evening and they asked everyone to avoid the area. The initial call went out at about 2:45 p.m. Today, the event is still under investigation, but more information has been obtained. Now, … Read More

Cornhole Tournament For Riley

An annual cornhole tournament to benefit Riley Children’s Hospital will be held in Warsaw on Saturday, Aug. 25, and teams are now being registered. Registration and rules review will begin at 10 a.m. with the tournament starting at 11 a.m. The first 40 teams to pay will play … Read More