Secretary of state

Businesses Warned Of Deceptive Letters

Secretary of State Connie Lawson announced Wednesday, June 2, that some Indiana businesses have received a deceptive letter that may appear to come from the office’s Business Services Division. There are two letters attempting to solicit Indiana business owners and they are not dispatched by or from the … Read More

boats on lakes

Help Needed With Aquatic Species Research

The Department of Natural Resources seeks volunteers to help gather information on recreational use at large northern Indiana lakes to learn about the spread of aquatic species. Wawasee, Webster and Winona lakes are involved in the project. Also Bass, Manitou and Maxinkuckee lakes. Volunteers will monitor selected boat … Read More

Syracuse-Wawasee Chamber of Commerce

Moving Process Begins For S-W Chamber

Syracuse-Wawasee Chamber of Commerce is in the midst of moving into its new street-level office on East Main Street. Executive Director Tammy Cotton said they hope to be completely moved by July 14. An open house for the new location is then scheduled to occur from 9 a.m. … Read More

kosciusko county

County Revising Flood Control Ordinance, APC Hears

Kosciusko County is in the process of revising its flood control ordinance, the Kosciusko County Area Planning Commission heard during its regular monthly meeting Wednesday afternoon, July 1, in Warsaw. Matt Sandy, assistant planning director for the county, said the revision is mandated because FEMA is updating its … Read More


Poly-Wood Breaks Ground On New Facility

By SHARON HOWELL Poly-Wood Inc. Poly-Wood Inc., Syracuse, held groundbreaking ceremonies Thursday, June 25, for their new manufacturing, warehousing and shipping facility. This $23.275 million project marks the sixth expansion in the last five years for Poly-Wood and will provide 250 new career opportunities for already one of … Read More