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  • Meeting On U.S. 30 Will Focus On Crashes, Congestion
    Construction of a limited access highway that would replace the existing U.S. 30 across northern Indiana might be 15 to 20 years down the road, but local officials are ready to begin seeking input on how best to achieve Kosciusko County’s portion of the project.
  • Solar Achievement
    Warsaw Community School Corporation celebrated the completion of its newest installation of solar panels with a ribbon-cutting at Harrison Elementary Tuesday. Other properties using solar include Eisenhower Elementary, Lakeview Middle School, Edgewood Middle School and Leesburg Elementary. The district’s central office is also in line to use solar, but officials are still looking for the best location for the panels. The entire project for the six buildings is expected to cost $10 million, but officials estimate the district will save about $15 million over the next 25 years. The district is working with 1st Source Bank to finance the project. In an agreement with NIPSCO, the district has been guaranteed the ability to sell back excess energy generated by the panels to the grid. The agreement will span a 30-year period. Pictured above is Superintendent Dr. David Hoffert (L) and Chief Financial Officer Dr. Brandon Penrod. Photo by Dan Spalding.
  • Woman Charged For Providing Heroin In Overdose Case
    A Warsaw woman was arrested recently after allegedly providing heroin to a woman who overdosed in January.
  • Heartline Pregnancy Center Gets K21 20th Year Celebration Gift
    K21 Health Foundation is continuing to celebrate its 20th year of serving the community by providing a $20,000 gift to Heartline Pregnancy Center.
  • Former Reporter Sentenced On Felony Attempted Sexual Misconduct Count
    The former Times-Union reporter who pleaded guilty to attempted sexual misconduct with a minor and has been in jail since November will serve 45 more days before beginning 15 months on probation.
    
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  • Framed Fishermen
    An angler and his fishing buddy are silhouetted between a pair of trees on the west side of Winona Lake this week. The two got in some lake time before rain moved into the area Friday afternoon and evening.
  • Detour
    Bridge work continues on Ind. 15 between CRs 1000N and 900N, south of Milford. The road is expected to be back open for traffic within a month.
  • Santa Visits Skating Center
    Santa Claus visited children from a local preschool and spent time reading to them during their Christmas party at Eastlake Skating Center, Warsaw. Santa will be returning to visit with children during open skate today and Sunday from 2 to 4:30 p.m. at the skate center. He is expected to make his arrival around 3 p.m. each day. There is no charge to visit Santa.
    
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