Eagle Scout Project Presented At Trail Committee Meeting

SYRACUSE — An Eagle Scout project was presented at the Syracuse-Wawasee Trail Committee meeting Monday, Aug. 21. Carter Bowman, an Eagle Scout, is a Wawasee High School sophomore. He will be installing mileage markers around the Syracuse Lake trail. The markers will be installed one every quarter mile … Read More

UPDATE: One Suffers Minor Injuries In CR 1300N Collision

MILFORD — Kendra Ostrander, 17, Milford, complained of pain to the head after her Dodge Avenger was struck by a Dodge Ram Monday morning, Aug. 21. She was taken, by her parents, for medical treatment. The accident occurred at 10:51 a.m. on CR 1300N (Syracuse-Milford Road) and Camelot … Read More

Claypool Town Hall

Claypool Council Keeps August Meeting Short

CLAYPOOL — Business was kept short at Claypool council’s monthly meeting, Aug. 21, with only one item of new business on the agenda. The new item was a wastewater adjustment for Angela Bucher who had had a water leak. To remedy the issue, the council averaged Bucher’s wastewater … Read More

Dawson Stabs Victim With Knife

WARSAW — Official charges have been filed against a Warsaw woman arrested Sunday, Aug. 20. Jennifer Ann Dawson, 42, 719 W. Market St., has been charged with domestic battery while armed with a deadly weapon, and battery, causing serious bodily injury, both level 5 felonies; and maintaining a … Read More

Celebrate National Cheeseburger Day At The Pier And Back Porch

SYRACUSE —  Trip Advisor® Certificate of Excellence winner, Oakwood Resort announces their plan to celebrate National Cheeseburger Day at The Pier Restaurant. From open until close on Monday, Sept.18, guests can enjoy a cheeseburger with a side of French fries for only $7. Relax and dine in the … Read More

Jefferson Street Apartment Has 25 Code Violations

WARSAW — The majority of the City of Warsaw Department of Code Enforcement hearing held on Monday, Aug. 21, was spent discussing problems with an apartment building located at 501 W. Jefferson St., Warsaw.The building is separated into four different apartments which currently all have tenants occupying them. It … Read More

Mike Poore Named Regional President And CEO Of Lutheran Health Network

FORT WAYNE — Mike Poore has been appointed regional president and chief executive officer of Lutheran Health Network, effective today. He has served as interim CEO of Lutheran Health Network since mid-June. “Under Mike Poore’s leadership, Lutheran Health Network is accelerating its progress on key operational and strategic … Read More

Crowd Gathers At Warsaw Library To View Solar Eclipse

WARSAW — A crowd gathered at Warsaw Community Public Library Monday, Aug. 21, to hang out and enjoy some free popcorn while viewing the first total solar eclipse seen by the contiguous United States since 1979. The public was invited to bring blankets and lawn chairs to view … Read More

WCHS Students Get Out Of Class To Witness Solar Eclipse

WARSAW — Thanks to Zimmer-Biomet’s donation of ISO12312-2 solar viewing glasses, students at Warsaw Community High School were able to view the partial solar eclipse that occurred this afternoon, Aug. 21, around 2:23 p.m. Principal Troy Akers made an announcement before releasing the students advising the importance of … Read More

WPD Asks For Public’s Help With Identifying Suspect

WARSAW — The Warsaw Police Department is seeking your help in identifying the individual in the picture. He is person of interest in multiple thefts from a local business. If you recognize the subject, please contact the Warsaw Police Department at (574) 372-9526. Please note that all suspects are … Read More

Road Closed

Microsurfacing Continues In Warsaw

WARSAW — Pavement Solutions will continue Microsurfacing the City of Warsaw Monday, Aug. 21.  Monday begins day 18 of the project. Road closings are as follows, weather permitting: Monday, Aug. 21 —   Washington Street, Alpha Street, Gable Drive, Pieta Street and St Marys Drive Tuesday, Aug. 22 — … Read More