Jury Now Up To 10 In Murder Trial

WARSAW — Four more jurors were seated following the second round of jury selection in the murder trial of Brandon T. Woody and Kyle D. DeHart, accused of murdering Tara Thornburg and Josh Knisley on Feb. 19, 2015. The latest selection brings the juror count to 10, with … Read More


Shepherd Charged with Domestic Battery

WARSAW — A Mentone man is being charged with domestic battery after getting angry with his wife. Brady Lee Shepherd, 26, 3373 SR 19, Mentone, is being charged with domestic battery with a prior conviction enhancement, a level 6 felony. According to the affidavit of probable cause, officers with the … Read More


Thomas Sentenced on Criminal Confinement Charge

WARSAW — Michael Wayne Thomas, 23, Leesburg, was sentenced on one count of criminal confinement, a level 5 felony, and one count domestic battery, a level 6 felony. According to the affidavit of probable cause, On April 1, police were called to a business for a report of an individual … Read More


Lake City Bank Promotes Teske

WARSAW — Lake City Bank is pleased to announce that it has promoted Sonia R. Teske to Office Manager of its Bremen office. Teske supports office staff in their efforts to provide quality service and build customer relationships.  She also manages the daily operations of the office and handles … Read More


Derek Robert Fleckenstein Arrested On A Battery Charge

WARSAW — A man was arrested for hitting a woman after refusing to leave her residence. Derek Robert Fleckenstein, 38, 412 S. Walsh St., Garrett, is being charged with battery with bodily injury. On Sunday, July 24, at approximately 12:14 a.m., an officer responded to a battery complaint. According … Read More


Six Jurors Seated, Second Round Of Selection Underway

WARSAW — After close to two hours of voir dire (questioning) in the selection of jurors for the murder trial of Brandon Thomas Woody and Kyle David DeHart, six individuals have been selected to serve with seven being released. Woody and DeHart are being tried in the murder … Read More


School Board Members And Administrators Strengthen Skills At The ISBA/IAPSS 67th Annual Fall Conference

INDIANAPOLIS — School board members, superintendents and administrators from around the state, including representatives from Warsaw Community Schools, attended the 67th Annual ISBA/IAPSS Fall Conference at the Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis, Sept 26-27. This conference, sponsored by the Indiana School Boards Association and the Indiana Association of Public … Read More


WISE Women’s Expo

WARSAW — We Inspire Support Empower Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to the education and support of the professional career interests of women, is holding its second annual Women’s Expo! The expo will take place this Thursday, Sept 29, at Vitale Events (formerly known as Champagne Jam) from 5:30 to 7:30 … Read More


Warsaw Hosting Bicentennial Bash on Friday

WARSAW — Keeping in theme with the weekend, Warsaw will be hosting a Bicentennial Bash on Buffalo Street on Friday, Sept. 30. The entertainment will run from 5 to 8 p.m. All night long, there will be courthouse tours, ghost tours, kids inflatables, food vendors, a beer tent … Read More

Warsaw Elks Lodge #802 presents a gift to the Kosciusko County Community Foundation. Pictured are (left to right): Suzie Light, Executive Director of Kosciusko County Community Foundation and Jill Baker Gross and Roger Hughes of the Warsaw B.P.O. Elks Lodge #802.

Elks Lodge Assists Those with Diabetes

KOSCIUSKO — The Warsaw Elks Lodge recently presented the Kosciusko County Community Foundation with a check for $2,050 from the proceeds of their 10th Annual Jimmy Baker Memorial Diabetes Fund golf scramble. The gift will support the Jimmy Baker Memorial Diabetes Fund, a component fund of the Kosciusko County … Read More


Huffer Keeps Busy In Retirement Years

ATWOOD — Years ago, some had the perception retirement meant multiple rounds of golfing or having much more time to relax. While those in retirement no longer work at full-time jobs, they stay quite busy, if not busier, than when in the workforce.

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