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Weather Outlook For This Afternoon

NORTHERN INDIANA — The National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook for Kosciusko and surrounding counties. This means there is a slight chance for showers throughout the day, with thunderstorms this afternoon and evening; it does not mean severe weather is currently expected. There is also a … Read More

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DNR Seeks Help For Aquatic Species Research

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


June First Friday to Celebrate 1950s

WARSAW — Elvis will take over downtown Warsaw during June’s First Friday event on June 3. The whole night will revolve around the 1940s and 1950s with activities such as a lookalike contest and an Elvis impersonator. The night’s events will be from 5-9 p.m. downtown Warsaw on Center … Read More


Baker Youth Club Awards Night

WARSAW — Baker Youth Club held their annual end of the school year awards ceremony on Thursday, May 26. Tracy Furnivall, executive director, handed out the awards at the ceremony. “It’s been a good year,” said Furnivall. “Tonight it’s all about the kids.” The biggest awards of the … Read More

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Milford Council Accepts Resignation of Utilities Superintendent

MILFORD — The Milford Town Council voted to accept the resignation of Randy Veach from his position as utilities superintendent at a public town hall meeting, Thursday, May 26. Utilities department employee Steve Marquart will serve as temporary certified operator. In a letter, Veach wrote, “I have been … Read More

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Student Banners On Display In Warsaw

WARSAW — Drivers in Warsaw’s downtown area this summer will notice colorful banners depicting two well-known musicals. Every fall and spring, students from Warsaw Community Schools compete to have their artwork displayed throughout the downtown area for a full season, announcing upcoming productions at the nonprofit Wagon Wheel Center … Read More


Curbside Offers A Different Lunch Atmosphere

WARSAW — Nestled next the old train depot off of Lake Street in downtown Warsaw sits a small trailer that is serving up large flavor all summer long. Curbside is back to offering gourmet street food from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. Gabriel and Kammi Rager originally … Read More

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Coleman Receives 30 Years For Molesting Relative

WARSAW — Retribution — one of the goals in the justice system was a point made by Jason Ryan Coleman’s attorney prior to his sentencing this morning, May 26, on a charge of child molesting, a level 1 felony.

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Lake Wawasee Boat-In Services Launch May 29

The first of the 2016 boat-in services on Lake Wawasee at the Oakwood Hotel will take place 8:30 a.m. Sunday, May 29. This year’s theme is “Taste and See that the Lord is Good.” Janet Norris from South Bend will provide the worship music. Different musical artists will … Read More


Pierceton Celebrating 150th

PIERCETON — The 2016 Pierceton Days Festival is set for Friday and Saturday, Aug. 5 and 6. The theme this year is, “Happy Birthday, Pierceton,” in honor of Pierceton’s 150th anniversary this year. The grand marshal is Tony “Roach” Young. Signups are on now for Miss Pierceton and … Read More


Information Sought On Theft Of Lawn Equipment

BREMEN — Marshall County Sheriff’s Department is seeking information regarding the theft of lawn care items from the 2800 block of West Shore Drive, Bremen. The theft was reported at 8:46 p.m. Monday, May 23. Police were called to the 3800 block of West Shore Drive at Lake … Read More

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Syracuse Lions to Hold White Cane Day

The Syracuse Lions Club will hold its semi-annual White Cane Day Fundraiser Saturday, May 28.  Proceeds will help to fund vision related programs and community service projects supported by the local club. Syracuse Lions, wearing yellow vests, will be located at the Syracuse Newmarket from 7:30 a.m. to … Read More