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Snowmobile Drags Not In The Forecast

SYRACUSE — With a warmer than usual fall and winter, it’s been an uphill battle for Syracuse Lake to form enough ice to support dozens of people and snowmobiles. Now with a forecast of snow, the Wawasee Kiwanis Club has canceled its annual snowmobile drags.

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ISP: Take Care When Posting To Social Media

INDIANA — During the course of a year, Indiana State Troopers assist nearly 200,000 motorists along Indiana roadways while driving more than 37 million miles. The Indiana State Police categorizes this encounter with the public as a police service. These police services cover a wide range of different circumstances … Read More


Students To Get Hands-On Health Experience

SYRACUSE — Paige Wright will graduate in a few months from Wawasee High School, wants to be a nurse and will possibly attend Goshen College. She has taken all of the health classes offered at the high school.

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Grain Farmers Analyze, Plan And Prepare In Winter

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY — Changes in farming in recent years have been well documented, whether focusing on technology, farmland being sold and developed residentially or the diminishing number of family farms. Another aspect of change, that of what takes place on a grain farm during the winter months, has probably not received quite as much attention.

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Help Needed Locating Goshen Teen

GOSHEN — Goshen Police Department and the family of Michelle Castillo-Martinez is asking the community’s help in locating Castillo-Martinez. On Oct. 17, Castillo-Martinez, 16, was reported as a runaway from her family’s home in Goshen. She has yet to return home. Some family members have reported to have … Read More

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Gun Control A Thorny National Issue

INDIANA — A touchy issue that has caused debating and division nationwide is that of gun violence and whether or not more government restrictions are needed to address the violence. Some feel the restrictions don’t go far enough while others fear the ultimate goal is to take firearms out of the hands of everyone, even if they obey laws and are not convicted felons.

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Hospice Nurse Retires After 24 Years

WARSAW — There are few jobs as emotionally challenging as that of a hospice nurse. “Most hospice nurses last five to ten years at most,” said Kim Nance, business development manager at Kosciusko Home Care and Hospice.

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Economic Bright Spots Seen Countywide In 2015

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY — “2015 was a fantastic year,” said George Robertson, president of Kosciusko Economic Development Corporation. “It’s certainly the best in the five years I’ve been here.”

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Naturally Grown Christmas Trees Preferred By Some

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY — Not that there is any sort of a big debate, but some prefer the naturally grown variety when it comes to one of the most enduring symbols of the holiday season — the Christmas tree.

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