Winona Lake News

Warsaw, Winona Lake Labor Day Closings

WARSAW In observance of Labor Day, offices for the City of Warsaw will be closed Monday, Sept. 5.  Monday’s trash route will be picked up on Tuesday, Sept. 6.  All other routes will remain the same. WINONA LAKE Town of Winona Lake offices will be closed on Monday, … Read More

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Artists Can Submit Proposals For Winona Lake Art

WINONA LAKE — Artists are now invited to submit proposals for one or more of the six new public art installations along the new Greenway Extension in Winona Lake. The deadline for submission of proposals is Saturday, Oct. 1, and the project is open to all practicing, professional … Read More

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Winona Lake Woman Leads Parkinson’s Support Group

WINONA LAKE — When Pam Baucom was first diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease eight years ago, she was devastated. “I was totally surprised. I cried,” she recalled. Today, she is group leader of Kosciusko County Parkinson’s Support Group. It’s a forum for those afflicted with the disease to get … Read More

Warsaw Man Works to Rescue Teen Sex Workers

NORTH WEBSTER — The issue of human trafficking has not been on most Americans’ radar for very long. It is seen in the media, from far away, mentally as well as physically. But for Warsaw’s David Grant, national director of Destiny Rescue, that distance has been broken down … Read More

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Winona Lake Receives Grant For Sediment Removal

INDIANAPOLIS — Winona Lake was among nine lakes to receive funds for a sediment removal plan as part of the Lake and River Enhancement program in the Department of Natural Resource’s Division of Fish & Wildlife. Grants were also awarded to fix logjam problems in lakes and rivers. … Read More

Hawn Sworn In As Winona Lake Town Marshal

WINONA LAKE — A new Winona Lake town marshal was sworn in today, Tuesday, March 29. Lifetime law officer, Joe Hawn, will be taking over for retired Winona Lake Town Marshal Paul Schmitt, who served the community for 10 years. Hawn will be starting his duties April 4. … Read More

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Companies Accepting Resumes At Career Fair

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY — The public is invited to attend the third annual Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce Career Fair, GPS 2 Success. The event will be from 3-5 p.m. Tuesday, April 12, at the Winona Heritage Room, 901 Park Ave., Winona Lake. Many companies involved are hiring and will … Read More

Center Samples Stormwater As Part of Clean Waters Partnership

By MADISSON HEINL Communicaitons Specialist, Center for Lakes & Streams, Grace College WINONA LAKE — The Center for Lakes & Streams recently began conducting stormwater monitoring in the Warsaw area as a partner in the Clean Waters Partnership. The CWP is an extension of The Watershed Foundation and … Read More

All Things New Ministry Holds Spring Banquet

WINONA LAKE — Admittedly the road has been bumpy, but the purpose has remained steadfast — to help and give hope to women struggling with addictions. And it’s only a matter of time before All Things New, based in Kosciusko County, will open its doors to help women.

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Stonehenge Street Repairs May Be On Horizon

WINONA LAKE — Improvements may soon be on the horizon for the Stonehenge area in Winona Lake. Yesterday evening, March 16, Winona Lake Town Council met to discuss the possibility of continuing a road improvement project started years ago in the subdivision for Prestwick, Porthcawl and Muirfield roads. … Read More

Center For Lakes & Streams Expands Winter Sampling Efforts

By MADISSON HEINL Communications Specialist, Center for Lakes & Streams at Grace College WINONA LAKE — The Center for Lakes & Streams conducts regular stream sampling on county streams which feed into several local lakes in Warsaw, Winona Lake, North Webster and Syracuse even throughout the winter months. … Read More

Grant Received For New Water Initiative

By LYN CRIGHTON Executive Director, The Watershed Foundation NORTH WEBSTER — The Clean Waters Partnership, an extension of The Watershed Foundation, formerly The Tippecanoe Watershed Foundation, recently received a $200,000 grant from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management. Beginning at Lake Tippecanoe, the Tippecanoe River and its tributaries … Read More

Grace College Breaks Ground For New Dormitory

  By DAVID GROUT Media Relations, Grace College and Seminary WINONA LAKE — Grace College and Seminary continues to set the pace in innovative quality and affordable education. This has been displayed through record enrollments over the past several years. With the rise in enrollment, the college is again … Read More