Spring Interpretive Hike April 22

WINONA LAKE — The Lilly Center for Lakes & Streams is hosting a free spring interpretive hike this Saturday, April 22 beginning at the Lake City Greenway, through Heritage Trail. The hike will begin at 9 a.m. at the Greenway entrance. Participants should meet at the Heritage Trail … Read More

Grace College Breaks Ground on Dr. Dane A. Miller Science Complex

WINONA LAKE — Grace College broke ground today, March 24, on the $8 million Dr. Dane A. Miller Science Complex that will be replacing the current Cooley Science Center on the east side of the Winona Lake campus. Since the Cooley Science Center was opened 38 years ago, the … Read More

Center For Lakes and Streams Temporarily Relocates On Grace College Campus

WINONA LAKE — The Center for Lakes and Streams has moved in preparation for construction to begin on the Dr. Dane A. Miller Science Complex and is now located in the Encompass Residence Hall. The center will continue to be located in the Encompass Residence Hall until the … Read More

Center for Lakes and Streams Working to Protect County Lakes

WINONA LAKE — This year marks the 10th anniversary of the founding of Grace College’s Center for Lakes and Streams. In that time, the center has played an increasingly important role in protecting one of Kosciusko County’s most vital resources. “Our economy is dependent on our lakes being … Read More

Grace College Students Assist in Planting Campus Trees

WINONA LAKE — Grace College Environmental Ethics students assisted and heard from local NIPSCO and Arbor Metrics Systems Regional Project Manager Caryl Schwaller and Utility Arborist Chelsea Nepodal Friday as they planted five native trees from Dogwood Hills Tree Farm on the Grace College campus. NIPSCO donated five trees … Read More

Warsaw Indiana Town Hall

Some Receive Increases, Others Don’t

WARSAW — It was after 9:30 p.m. Monday evening, Nov. 21, before Warsaw Common Council members reached the third and fourth items on its agenda. The final two agenda items finalized the funding for not-for-profit organizations and transferred funds. A 2 1/2 hour discussion had been held on the issuance of bonds for a third fire station.

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Tippecanoe River Clean-Up Project Completes Final Phase

WARSAW — The project addressing areas of excess fallen trees in the Tippecanoe River was completed this fall, reducing flooding and increasing recreation opportunities. More than 280 logjams were removed from the 30-mile stretch of river from Oswego Lake to SR 19 as a strategy to allow for water to … Read More

Hunt Leads Interpretive Hike

WINONA LAKE — Luke Hunt, a retired secondary science educator from the Whitko school district and a former adjunct professor at Grace College, led an interpretive hike at Heritage Trail, part of the Lake City Greenway. Hunt leads a hike biannually, in the spring and fall, to interpret the varying plants, fungi … Read More

Center Hosts Fall Interpretive Hike Oct. 8

WARSAW — The Center for Lakes & Streams is hosting a free spring interpretive hike Saturday, Oct. 8, beginning at the Lake City Greenway, through Heritage Trail. The hike will begin at 9 a.m. at the Greenway entrance. Participants should meet at the Heritage Trail parking lot at … Read More

Recent Optimist Club Donations

WARSAW — The Warsaw Breakfast Optimist Club recently made two large donations. The club donated $500 to Big Brothers Big Sisters and also $700 to The Center for Lakes & Streams. Through various fundraising activities during the year, the Warsaw Breakfast Optimist Club raises nearly $30,000 to donate to youth oriented activities. Join the Club … Read More

Kosciusko Leadership Academy Learns Aquatic Ecology

KOSCIUSKO — Kosciusko Leadership Academy (KLA) met at the Wawasee Area Conservancy Foundation (WACF) to learn about Aquatic Ecology in Kosciusko County. Nathan Bosch, Ph.D., Director of Center for Lakes and Streams, explained the far-reaching effect of the lakes. The Center for Lakes and Streams offers educational opportunities … Read More

Budgets Main Topic Of City Council

WARSAW — Proposed 2017 budgets from 10 not-for-profits were heard by Warsaw Common Council members Monday evening, Aug. 1. The meeting, due to the budget requests, began one hour earlier than normal.

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Algae Study Results On Lake Wawasee Could Be Revolutionary

(Video from WSBT) SYRACUSE — Research on Lake Wawasee, by students and Dr. Nate Bosch, director, at the Center of Lake & Streams at Grace College, could make history and their findings revolutionary. On July 14, WSBT reporter Suzanne Spencer spoke with students and Bosch regarding the research … Read More

Warsaw Indiana Town Hall

Council Once Again Talks Trash

WARSAW — Trash and recycling questions were once again brought before the Warsaw Common Council Monday evening, June 20. Annie Zartman and Anne Bonowitz presented the questions to the council. Zartman questioned i f apartment complexes of five or more units could get recycling bins, if recycling could … Read More

Hot Day For The Northern Indiana Lakes Festival

  WARSAW — People were swimming, little ones were playing in the sand and fun and educational events took place all over the park. Temps reached into the upper 90s, with high humidity, Saturday, June 11, and there was even a brief downpour, but that didn’t stop the … Read More