Cunningham Expresses KABS Need For Drivers

WARSAW — During a meeting of the Kosciusko County Commissioners on Tuesday, April 18, Kosciusko Area Bus Service General Manager Robert Cunningham voiced concerns over the company’s struggle with a driver shortage. Cunningham stated KABS has continued to grow despite struggling with a driver shortage. Cunningham stated they … Read More

Brewery Closer To Moving Into Leesburg Mill

WARSAW — A brewery and restaurant is another step closer to moving into the Leesburg Mill after the Kosciusko County Commissioners meeting. On Tuesday, Sept. 20, the Kosciusko County Commissioners approved the rezoning of the property the Leesburg Mill is on. Leesburg has dis-annexed the Leesburg Mill from … Read More

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Commissioners Change Speed Limits

KOSCIUSKO — The Kosciusko County Commissioners met today, Tuesday, July 26, to discuss ordinance amendments, appointments and bonding. Scott Tilden, county highway superintendent, will be given a commitment letter from the commissioners for the Community Crossings Grant for the construction and repaving of roads. There are three road … Read More

Commissioners Talk Budgets And Awards

WARSAW — The Kosciusko County Commissioners met today, June 14, to discuss nonprofit budgets and present awards. The first award was the Phil D. Hochestetler Memorial Scholarship, which was presented by Sheriff Aaron Rovenstine and awarded to Krystal Neeley, of Etna Green. The other recipient of the scholarship … Read More

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Grant Approved For The DoC

WARSAW — The Kosciusko County Commissioners approved a grant today, Tuesday, May 17, for the Department of Corrections to keep running. Kosciusko Community Corrections Director Kurt Jones asked the commissioners to approve a $356,200 grant the Indiana Department of Corrections has granted the DoC to hire employees and … Read More

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County Commissioners Consider Collaboration

WARSAW — The major topic of the Kosciusko County Commissioners meeting today, Monday, May 2, was the request to move forward with a collaboration agreement with OrthoWorx Incorporated to establish and operate Accelinx. Sheryl Conley, president and CEO of OrthoWorx, a nonprofit 501 (c)(6) organization, requested $1 million … Read More

Veteran Of The Month: Byron Hunter

WARSAW — Byron Hunter, of Warsaw, was honored as Veteran of the Month at the Kosciusko County Commissioner’s meeting today, Monday, May 2. Hunter was born March 18, 1924, in Miami County, where he lived and attended school. He entered the U.S. Navy in 1943, and went to … Read More

Commissioners Sign ABATE Proclamation

WARSAW — The Kosciusko Commissioners signed a proclamation making the month of May Motorcycle Awareness Month. Ty Marshall, Kosciusko American Bikers Aimed Toward Education treasurer, was in attendance at the meeting to sign the proclamation. ABATE is a non-profit safety, educational, charitable and advocacy motorcyclist organization. It aims … Read More

Will Taxpayers Be Responsible For Rovenstine’s Defense?

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY — There is a question on the mind of taxpayers in Kosciusko County. Will the taxpayers be responsible for paying the bill for Sheriff C. Aaron Rovenstine’s defense on charges brought against him by a grand jury? The question may remain unanswered until the wheels of … Read More

Commissioners Honor Rescuers

WARSAW — Two men were honored today, Tuesday, March 22, at the Kosciusko County Commissioner’s meeting for their actions that possibly saved the lives of an Ohio couple, who were involved in a four-vehicle crash March 11. Tyler Rothhaar and Chriss Willavize were each awarded a certificate honoring … Read More

Kosciusko County Government Officials Honor Two Men

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY — Kosciusko County Government officials honored two men today for their potentially “lifesaving” actions this month at a fiery four-vehicle crash. Tyler Rothhaar and Chriss Willavize were honored this morning at the Kosciusko County Commissioner’s meeting for their quick response on March 11, after witnessing a … Read More

Gypsy Moth Treatments For Atwood And Pierceton

WARSAW — Kosciusko County Commissioners met today, March 8, to discuss the mating habits of the gypsy moth. The moths are causing problems in the Atwood and Pierceton areas. Eric Biddinger, nursing inspector and compliance officer for the Indiana Department of Natural Resources; division of entomology and plant … Read More

Sign Ordinances Discussed At Commissioners Meeting

WARSAW —  County commissioners met at 9 a.m. today, Tuesday, Feb. 23, and the first order of business was to discuss the county’s sign ordinance. Dan Richard, area planning director, discussed the sign ordinance concerning off-premise real estate and directional real estate signs and the effect of a recent … Read More

NIPSCO’s $270 Million Project Begins Construction In Early Spring

WARSAW – The County Commissioners meeting started off with an announcement regarding an error made in roles of elected officials. Since the current vice president, Bob Conley, was president last term he cannot hold the vice-presidency this term. Conley stepped down and nominated Brad Jackson for the position. … Read More

Wheel Tax Paves Brighter Future For Highway Department

WARSAW — Though many have grumbled over the wheel tax, according to Kosciusko County Commissioner Ron Truex, the funds raised from the wheel tax are paving a brighter future for the county’s highway department. Faced with ever decreasing funding from the state for highway repairs, the county highway … Read More