Proposed House Bill Causes Local Concern

The Indiana House of Representatives could vote Tuesday, Feb. 21, or Wednesday, Feb. 22, on a bill that is causing some concern for environmental and conservancy groups in Kosciusko County. If the bill is passed in the House, it will proceed to the Senate. HB 1494, proposed by … Read More

Government Officials, Citizens Discuss Possible Legislative Changes

WARSAW — State officials, local county officials and concerned citizens gathered this morning, Saturday, Feb. 11, at Creightons Crazy Egg Cafe for the 3rd Legislative Session. In attendance from the state level were Representative Dave Wolkins, Representative Curt Nisly, Senator Randy Head and Senator Blake Doriot. The county was represented … Read More

What Is On Your Ballot Nov. 8

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY — The day is near to cast your vote for president, senator, state leadership, local officials and school board officials. The general election for 2016 is Tuesday, Nov. 8. Polls will open at 6 a.m. and close at 6 p.m.

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KLA Cadets Learn About Government

WARSAW — The Kosciusko Leadership Academy (KLA) was hosted by the City of Warsaw and the Warsaw Police Department on Tuesday, Oct. 11. Cadets learned about city, county, and state government through presentations delivered by Warsaw’s Mayor, Dr. Joe Thallemer, County Treasurer Sue Anne Mitchell, and the State Representative … Read More

Redevelopment Commission Meets with Representative Curt Nisly

WARSAW — The Kosciusko County Redevelopment Commission met for a lengthy meeting Thursday morning to discuss the possibility of changing the way riverfront and lakefront districts are zoned, and how liquor licenses are handled, to redevelop the area. Representative Curt Nisly was present to hear the pitch, the … Read More

Rights Are Not Collective

Dear Editor, When the founding fathers wrote the United States Constitution, they really wanted to make a statement to the rest of the world. Their intentions were clear from the very beginning with the words, “We the People.” The founders told the entire world that in the United States, the … Read More

Education, RFRA, 2016 Session Topics At Wrap Up

An overview of the 2015 legislative session and what the 2016 session may bring were topics of the Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce’s 3rd House Wrap Up session this morning. Reps. Dave Wolkins and Curt Nisly were the only two legislatures able to attend. “An awful lot was going … Read More

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Area Lawmakers Reflect On 2015 Legislative Session

State Rep. Curt Nisly, as well as Senators Long and Bassler made statements reflecting on the key 2015 legislative session that recently adjourned. Nisly said, “At the start of the 2015 legislative session, House Republicans made a commitment to pass an honestly balanced budget that protects Hoosier taxpayers … Read More

Nisly Attending May C3 Meeting In Wabash

State Rep. Curt Nisly will give a legislative update at the monthly Citizens Committed to the Constitution meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, May 4, at Bachelor Creek Church of Christ, located at 2147 N. SR 15, Wabash. Also invited is Rep. Dave Wolkins. Many are concerned with what … Read More

Nisly, Stutzman Speak At KSNM Meeting

[weaver_youtube -sdMMucii1k rel=0]   As if they hadn’t already, Congressman Marlin Stutzman and Indiana State Representative Curt Nisly have now assuredly earned the monicker of two of Indiana’s busiest Hoosiers in the aftermath of the the state’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Both Stutzman and Nisly addressed the crowd at the … Read More

Nisly A Man Of Principle And Conviction

Dear Editor, My representative stood his ground and chose to represent his constituents when most legislators folded like a cheap suit and bowed to chamber bullies, big business threats, CEO appeals, media distortions, LGBT community activists and legislative thugs…crying out for their support and votes. Thank you Curt … Read More

Nisly Votes Against Weakening RFRA

Dear Editor, On Thursday, April 2, I cast a vote in the Indiana House defending the Religious Freedom Restoration Act against changes designed to weaken it. I was pleased to support the RFRA as a co-sponsor when it came through the House two weeks ago. Simply stated, the … Read More

Mishler, Nisly Address Religious Freedom Restoration Act

  State Senator Ryan Mishler and Representative Curt Nisly addressed current session actions and bills still in session at this morning’s Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce Third House Session. The recent signing of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act was briefly noted by both legislators and pointed questions by David … Read More