Pollock Arrested For Killing Hunting Dog

By JONATHON BOYD Indiana Conservation Officer, District 1 MILFORD — Indiana Conservation Officers executed an arrest warrant Sunday evening, Oct. 30, on Christopher Pollock, 37, Milford, for the March 5 killing of a hunting dog. Jason Miller, 40, Nappanee, was hunting with his 8-year-old American Fox Hound on … Read More

Allen S. White II

Allen S. White, II, Milford, died at 11:34 a.m., Thursday, October 27, 2016, at Elkhart General Hospital, from complications of heart problems.  He was born November 7, 1959, in Worchester, Mass., to Allen B. and Delcie (Callogne) White.  Allen graduated from Milford Mass High School, and attended Massachusetts … Read More

Robert Stutzman

Robert Stutzman, 73, Goshen, formerly of Milford and Nappanee, died at 2:08 a.m., Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016 at Goshen General Hospital, where he had been a patient since Sunday.  He was born April 14, 1943 in Gravelton to Alvin and Nettie (Deeter) Stutzman. He graduated from Bethany Christian High … Read More

Graffiti Found In Milford

MILFORD — There has been a rash of spray painted graffiti in the town of Milford. The locations are various all over town. The individuals have used red and green spray paint. The Milford Police Department is asking residents to report any suspicious person(s) observed during the hours … Read More

Soup Supper Cook-Off Friday

MILFORD — Milford Kiwanis Club is hosting its second annual Soup Supper Cook-Off between 5-7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 14, at the Milford Community Building, North Main Street. There will be 22 soups prepared by local businesses, civic groups, restaurants and individuals available for tasting.

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Milford Town Hall

Milford Council Hears Complaints on Derelict Houses

MILFORD — Local property owners attended Milford’s regular monthly town council meeting Monday, Oct. 10, to remind the council, in spite of the town’s successes cleaning up derelict buildings, a few problem spots remain. Three trailers on Turkey Creek Drive have proven particularly troublesome. Town Marshal Rich Miotto … Read More

Milford Town Hall

Budget For 2017 Approved By Milford TC

Milford Town Council held a brief meeting Thursday, Oct. 6, to approve its 2017 budget. Previously, the town had advertised the budget and held a public hearing Sept. 12. A motion was made to pass the budget and the motion carried, with Doug Ruch abstaining. As a volunteer … Read More

Ronald L. Stephens

Ronald L. Stephens, 58, Angola, died of natural causes Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016, at his home. He was born Feb. 13, 1958, in LaPorte to Mary (Tamlin) Stephens. Survivors include his mother: Mary, Goshen; biological father: Clifford Gibson, California; three daughters: Veronica Stephens, Milford; Sharon Harris, Syracuse; and … Read More

Warsaw Indiana Town Hall

Aging Infrastructure Causes Emergency Expenditures

WARSAW — Infrastructure 115 years old is beginning to show its age. Storm and sewer lines installed in 1900 are deteriorating at the joints causing not only breaks in the system, but also sinkholes.

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Clara Kaiser

Clara Kaiser, 86, Milford, went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016, surrounded by her loving family. She was born on Dec. 17, 1929, the daughter of Oscar and Hulda (Beer) Graff. On May 7, 1950, she married Richard L. Kaiser; he preceded her … Read More

Annual Camp Mack Festival Saturday, Oct. 1

MILFORD — Support Camp Mack’s scholarship fund by attending the annual Camp Mack Festival Saturday, Oct. 1. Enjoy food, children’s games, crafts, a bounce house and, of course, the live and silent auctions. This is a day of fun and festivities for the whole family, beginning at 9 … Read More

Milford ‘Reboots’ Wastewater Overhaul at Nearly Half the Price

Ryan Brauen, project manager for Wessler Engineering, left the members of Milford’s Town Council in a considerably better mood Monday, Sept. 12, than he did back in June. Then, Brauen’s answer to Milford’s wastewater plant upgrades, mandated by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management to meet new requirements … Read More

Milford Council Talks Railroad Crossings

  Milford Town Council again discussed railroad crossings at its monthly meeting Monday, Sept. 12. Derek Sublette of Norfolk Southern Railroad informed the council “the cost of a signal upgrade would be borne by the town.” The council had asked if the railroad might contribute. Sublette repeated the … Read More

Milford Town Hall

KEDCO President Addresses Milford Redevelopment Commission

Milford Redevelopment Commission was visited by George Robertson, president of the Kosciusko Economic Development Corporation, at its monthly meeting Monday, Sept. 12, at town hall. Robertson updated the commission on KEDCO’s efforts to attract business and maintain a skilled workforce. According to Robertson, after three or four years … Read More