When Larry Martindale stepped down from the Syracuse Town Council in February, three candidates threw their names into the ring at the caucus to cover the remaining time in Martindale’s term and for the May 2 primary.
Five Turkey Creek Township residents hoping to serve on the Wawasee School Board gathered for a public forum Tuesday evening, Sept. 28, in the lecture room of Wawasee Middle School. The five applied for a soon to be vacancy on the board when Mary Lou Dixon retires effective Oct. 31.
Wawasee Community School Corporation recently announced the five applicants for the school board vacancy that will be created at the end of October due to Mary Lou Dixon’s departure. All five candidates live in Turkey Creek Township.
Posted Nov 09, 2016 Updated: Nov 9, 2016 @ 9:41 AM
SYRACUSE — There will be no changes in the makeup of the Wawasee school board. Incumbents Mike Wilson (District 1) and Don Bokhart (District 2) retained the two at-large seats on the board after Tuesday’s election.
Posted Oct 28, 2016 Updated: Oct 28, 2016 @ 10:08 AM
SYRACUSE — Four of the five Wawasee school board candidates for two at-large seats were present at a forum Thursday evening, Oct. 27, in the lecture room at Wawasee Middle School. Candidate Gary Coy was not present.
Posted Oct 13, 2016 Updated: Oct 13, 2016 @ 9:12 AM
SYRACUSE — Wawasee Community Educators Association is sponsoring a school board candidates forum from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27, in the lecture room at Wawasee Middle School. The school is located on SR 13, just south of CR 1000N and south of Syracuse.
Posted Aug 31, 2016 Updated: Aug 31, 2016 @ 9:16 AM
SYRACUSE — The two at-large seats up for election on the Wawasee Community School Corp. Board will be contested races. Three additional individuals filed their candidacies prior to the noon deadline Friday, Aug. 26. The result is races in both District 1 (Tippecanoe Township) and District 2 (Turkey …Read More
By 1ST SGT. CHAD HILL Public Information Officer Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department WARSAW — Kosciusko County Sheriff, Aaron Rovenstine, honored the many years of service of former 911 Communication Center Director, David Rosenberry, at the Kosciusko County Commissioner’s meeting held Tuesday morning, Sept 22. Rosenberry was present with …Read More
A new 911 service has been implemented in Kosciusko County and it is one aimed at better serving the public. Kosciusko County is one of the three counties in the state, as of July 31, to implement Smart911, a program designed to help citizens be proactive and prepared …Read More
Kosciusko County is one of the few counties in the state, as of July 31, to implement the Smart911 program, designed to help citizens be proactive and prepared in the event of an emergency. Smart911 is a free service, sponsored by local municipalities and 911 call centers, making …Read More
Dear Editor, Someone once asked me if I thought that answering telephones for a living was a profession. I said, “I thought it was a calling.” And so is dispatching. I have found in my career that dispatchers are the unsung heroes of public safety. They miss the …Read More