Local Business Leaders Attend Pathways Tour

SYRACUSE — To use the analogy of an automobile, the Career and Technical Education program of Pathways is shifting into a high speed gear. Course offerings have grown considerably in the last four to five years and will continue to expand even more.

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Interra Credit Union’s Hometown Giving Project

GOSHEN — Interra Credit Union’s 23rd annual Hometown Giving project is in full swing to help a variety of agencies across a six-county area. Several initiatives focus on providing funding, hosting parties for children, shopping for adopt-a-family programs and more. Corporate support of $20,000, combined with staff fundraisers … Read More


Johnson And Johnson Appealing Jury Verdicts

DALLAS — Johnson & Johnson and DePuy will immediately begin preparing post-trial motions challenging the verdict returned against the companies Dec. 1 by a jury in a federal multidistrict litigation (MDL) proceeding in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas in Dallas. The trial consolidated six individual … Read More


OCRA Grant Extends Machinist Training

KOSCIUSKO — The Office of Community and Rural Affairs announced two winners of the underemployed workforce training grant – Wabash County was our applicant for a joint Wabash-Kosciusko-Huntington Grant. With Work One matching funding, this provides $100,000 of scholarship grants for 25 underemployed Kosciusko County residents to complete … Read More


Goshen Man Arrested For Selling Synthetic Marijuana

By 1st Sgt. Chad Hill, Public Information Officer LEESBURG — Kosciusko County officer’s arrested a Goshen man last night for allegedly possessing synthetic marijuana. Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Deputies responded last evening to the address of 10 Yvonna Street, Leesburg, after receiving an anonymous tip of a suspicious vehicle in the … Read More


Carl Erskine Named Keynote Speaker For Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration

WARSAW — Former Brooklyn Dodgers baseball player Carl Erskine will be the keynote speaker for the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration on Jan. 16, at the Manahan Orthopedic Capital Center, 610 Wooster Road, Winona Lake. Erskine will speak about his time playing baseball on the Brooklyn … Read More


Infrastructure Grant Funding Awarded To Ligonier

LIGONIER — Lt. Governor Eric Holcomb and the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA) announced today over $12 million in federal grant funding for six programs was awarded to rural Hoosier communities. “Several cities and towns throughout Indiana are dedicated to improving their quality of place … Read More

Cesar Bustamante was sentenced today. He was found guilty of count 1 child molesting, a class C felony.

Goshen Man Sentenced To Four Years For Child Molestation

WARSAW — A 23-year-old Goshen man, Cesar Bustamante, also known as Cesar Murillo, 501 Third St., Goshen, was sentenced today, Dec. 1, at the Kosciusko County Superior Court 1. He was originally charged with child molesting, a class B felony, and stalking, a level 5 felony. The stalking … Read More


Nappanee Man Sentenced For Beating Girlfriend’s Four-Year-Old Daughter

WARSAW — A Nappanee man was sentenced today, Dec. 1, for beating his girlfriend’s four-year-old daughter. Jesse Doe Walker, 26, 214 Stonewall Court, Nappanee, was charged with battery on a person less than 14-years-old, a level 5 felony. According to an affidavit of probable cause, a Nappanee police officer … Read More