“Us in Motion 2021” was the theme of the Kosciusko County Community Foundation’s virtual celebration Tuesday, Nov. 9.Read More
Camp Crosley YMCA will continue a partnership that began during the early stages of the pandemic with local nonprofit Fellowship Missions to shelter and feed the homeless population in Kosciusko County.
Following the COVID-19 outbreak pandemic and resulting stay-at-home orders, Fellowship Missions in Warsaw decided to look at alternative options for the homeless living in its shelter. In February, the Association of Gospel Rescue Missions shared information about the possibility of partnering with local church camps to expand their ministry.Read More
KOSCIUSKO — The Camp Crosley YMCA Director Richard Armstrong will be retiring in August. Armstrong’s YMCA career has span 33 years and included YMCA’s in Tennessee, Texas, Maine and Indiana. Armstrong’s last 22 years have been spent creating a deep impact for the YMCA of Muncie at Camp Crosley YMCA. … Read More
North Webster Elementary School will be having its fourth annual Parents-Teachers Organization Walk A Thon Friday, Sept. 18. In 2014 the students raised nearly $13,000. All of the money raised is given back to the school every year via field trips, special events, teacher/staff appreciation.Read More
The Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department reports Det. Jon Tyler responded to a report of a fire at 4:02 a.m. Saturday. Utilizing a lake patrol boat, at 4:37 a.m. he located a “building” that was on fire and completely destroyed, but with several hot spots. The fire was on … Read More
NORTH WEBSTER — Dribble to Stop Diabetes made a stop in North Webster on Tuesday, bringing a nationally known professional basketball player amongst its campaign. Working with campers at Camp Crosley in North Webster was professional basketball player Tamika Catchings of the Indiana Fever. Catchings, a former national … Read More
(The following is the fourth in a series regarding the mysterious disappearance of an Air Force T-33 trainer jet that, on Dec. 8, 1956, went missing. It is believed the T-33 lies at the bottom of a Kosciusko County lake where it has become an underwater grave for … Read More