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  • William and Amy Alberding, Warsaw, announce the engagement of their daughter, Abigail Alberding, Warsaw.

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    President George Bush is honoring Tippecanoe Valley Middle School science teacher Jane Hunn this week with the 2005 Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.
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    The Creighton Brothers Charitable Fund recently donated $10,000 to the new Mentone Community Emergency Services building for the purpose of finishing the kitchen with cabinets and appliances.
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    The Kosciusko Community Hospital Board of Trustees announced the appointment of Jerry Beasley as chief executive officer. Beasley comes to KCH from Fort Wayne where he served as chief executive officer of St. Joseph Hospital.
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    William "Rocky" Goshert won the highly contested sheriff's race with 57.89 percent of the vote in Tuesday's primary election. The Republican candidate will face Democrat Jim Bumbaugh in November.
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    Mark Meadows, counselor of the communications merit badge, has been talking to members of Boy Scout Troop 715 for several weeks about different forms of communication.
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    The 27th annual Tri Kappa Warsaw Community High School Art Show will be May 21 from noon to 2 p.m. Students will display visual arts from their art classes and senior art students will showcase the body of their work from the past four years.
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    Several trees were added to the courthouse lawn Friday to replace those lost to disease or storm damage. In 1981, county commissioners planted three trees in memory of former commissioners Gerald D. Smalley and Merl Nelson and Judge Byron C. Kennedy.

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    Eleven quilters of the Lakeland Quilters met Monday at the Tippecanoe Community Center. Treasurer Roberta Sowers called the meeting to order. Show and tell featured Suze Wilt, Elaine Rider, Diana Hull, Krisce Myers and Barbara Miller.
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    Kim Dunifin, Tippecanoe, recently started an AtHome America business, a direct seller of home decorating accents.
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    Sally Bailey, Leesburg, a sales associate with Coldwell Banker Hamilton Realty, has earned membership in Coldwell Banker International Business Conference. She was presented with the distinguished honor at the annual Coldwell Banker International Business Conference.
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    Lester J. Fox, president and CEO of REAL Services, marks his 40th year with the social services agency which also is celebrating its 40th year of service Monday.
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    The Warsaw Branch of American Association Of University Women met Saturday morning at the home of Babs Coppes.
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    Men's basketball coach at Grace College, Jim Kessler, and six members of the team will leave for Europe where they will work with alumni Dave Hobert and John Pappas, both missionaries with Grace Brethren International Missions.
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    NIPSCO workers survey the site where a major gas pipeline broke Friday afternoon on the west side of Boggs Industrial Park.
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    Sixteen fifth and sixth graders from Kosciusko County will converge on the Warsaw Community Public Library Saturday morning for a unique competition.
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    Christ Carpenter, Claypool, is a Kosciusko County Commissioner candidate for the southern district.
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    Jailer officers from 17 counties converged on Kosciusko County Wednesday for a special training session hosted by Kosciusko County Sheriff's Department.
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    Claypool is preparing for the upcoming groundbreaking of the Louis Dreyfus facility scheduled to open Thursday.
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    A 20-month lawsuit against Warsaw Community School Corp. by two former employees has been settled.
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    Jim Bumbaugh announced his candidacy for Kosciusko County Sheriff.

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    An open house for the Mentone Community Emergency Services Building was held April 17.
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    Junior Achievement serving Warsaw and Tippecanoe Valley recently announced it received a grant from Paragon Medical in the amount of $2,572.
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    Lee Ann Stewart Dance Schools recently received four awards at the 2006 Chicago competition of Dance Olympus/Dance America.
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    Kosciusko County Sheriff's Deputy Jon Tyler and Kosciusko County Sheriff Aaron Rovenstine accepted a plaque from the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.
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    Matthew Reinholt served as a Senate page for Senator Ryan Misher, Bremen, on March 8.
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    The law firm of Valentine Miner & Lemon LLP publicly celebrated the opening of their new location at 523  S. Buffalo St., Warsaw.
  • Nathan and Breanna Hathaway Miller, Akron, announce the birth of their daughter Mackynzie Fae Miller.
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    The brass instrument up in the attic collecting dust now can be put to good use.
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    According to a number of independent news sources, Warsaw's Biomet Inc. has retained investment bank Morgan Stanley to help weigh a possible sale of the company.
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    The National Endowment for the Humanities chose the Warsaw Community Public Library to be one of 2,000 recipients for the "We the People Bookshelf," an award of 15 books, promotional materials and government recognition to aid in the teaching of history and culture through special programming and book displays.
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    4-H Fun Shoot was held Friday, April 7, on Roy Gregory's property south of Warsaw.
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    Two chess teams from Madison Elementary School placed at the Indiana State Chess Team Championships in Terre Haute March 25.
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    Kosciusko County's 2006 Lilly Endowment Community Scholars: Lauren Cooper, daughter of Gary and Shayna Cooper, and Kyle Watson, son of Toby and Joyce Young.
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    World War II and Korean War Army veteran Steven Paege, Warsaw, was presented Saturday, April 1, with nine military medals he earned more than 60 years ago, but never received.
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    Before heading out to spring break Friday, March 31, Lakeview Middle School students celebrated their fundraising efforts for Mississippi hurricane victims.
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    Kate and Sarah Macdonald, daughters of Jim and Kathy Macdonald, were named to the Dean's List with Semester Honors at Purdue University for the fall semester.
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    Triton High School varsity cheer squad was fourth at Cheer Ltd. in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Members are Kayla Kindig, Sierra Mitchell, Brenna Hoffer, Cassie Heath, April Kuhn, Darrien Duff, Stan Cripps, Zach Bradley, Joe LaChance, Jessica and Melissa Harner, Greg Anderson, Ashley Nordmann and Heather Wallace.
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    The Warsaw Community High School Winter Percussion Ensemble placed second at the Indiana Percussion Association State Finals Saturday, March 25, their 10th consecutive trip.
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    Grace College presents the comedy/musical/mystery "Something's Afoot" this Friday and Saturday, March 31 and April 1 and the again April 6-8 at the Grace College Little Theatre. Mike Yocum directs.

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    Larry Kinsey was named Person of the Year by the North Webster Chamber of Commerce Tuesday, March 28.
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    "Heart of Gold" recipients Tuesday, March 28, at Center Lake Pavilion: Janet Price, Robin Rovenstine, Robert "Coach" Lichtenwalter, Jessica Burkett, Dr. Anita Kishan, Delores Hearn, Marion Gilbert, Allan Ross, Lois VanOsdol and Mary Ann Cox. Speaker was Dr. Ronald Manahan, Grace College president.
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    Paul Schmitt, a former 29-year member of the Warsaw Police Department, was sworn in this morning, March 28, as Winona Lake town marshal.
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    Wawasee High School awards blankets to those athletes who have earned 12 letters in varsity athletics during their years at the school. John Adams and Michael Conrad recently received blankets for their accomplishments.

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    Dane A. Miller was one of the four founders of Biomet and has been president, chief executive officer and a director of the company since its formation in 1977.
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    The Kosciusko County Panthers, special olympics basketball team, will be playing in the Indiana Special Olympics Basketball State Championships at Indiana University Saturday, March 25.
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    Tippecanoe Valley High School announced its winter sports awards winners: Jenny Harner, Ann Jackson, April Halterman, Emily Vanlaningham, Breanna Parker, Shelby May, A.J. Austin, Trenton Newsome, David Lash, Shane Drudge, Kevin Kindig and Anthony Prater.
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    Cub Scouts from across Kosciusko and Whitley counties gathered at the North Webster Community Center March 10 to race wooden cars for the Lincolnway District Pinewood Derby Championship.
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    Warsaw Community High School 2006 Winter Percussion Ensemble placed first in their class at the Franklin Central High School Percussion Invitational March 18.
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    Plans are being made for the 2006 Red Ball, scheduled for May 6 at the Tippecanoe Country Club.
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    Rozella Helvey celebrated her 100th birthday Friday, March 17.
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    Cardinal Center board of directors for 2006: Sandra Hess, Mike Hall, Carrie Yocum, Bruce Greene, CEO Jane Greene, Mike Kissane, Ron Everson, Dana Krull, Chuck Whitcraft, Chairman Jeff Thornburgh, Vice Chairman Kevin Deardorff, John Warren and Bill Winn, Ruth Voreis and Past Chairman Larry Teghtmeyer.

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    There were 33 teams vying for the title of Quiz Bowl Champion Tuesday, March 14, in the Career Center Gym at Warsaw Community High School, with proceeds to the Warsaw Education Foundation, Cristi Ganyard, Executive Director.
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        Winona Lake Police Officer Terry Howie resigned in February after 24 years of service. The council recognized him Tuesday, March 14. Rolly Ortega presented him with a plaque of appreciation and his badge.

  • Henry Wilbur Rosbrugh was born at 11:11 p.m. March 2, 2016, to Jarod and Alison Ellinger Rosbrugh, at Parkview Whitley, Columbia City.
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    Heavy storms damaged areas in Milford this morning, March 13.
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    Scott Greene, a graduate of Ball State University in communications and marketing, has been a youth pastor at Warsaw Community Church for four years.
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    The Kosciusko County Chapter of the American Red Cross held their annual meeting and banquet Thursday, March 9, to recognize volunteers in 2005: Sharon Clay, blood services; Rachel Ganter, health and safety; Randy Schmucker, disaster services; Stephen Prater, youth volunteer of the year; Sharon Justice, chapter volunteer of the year; Neva Gross, chapter lifetime achievement award.
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    Warsaw Community High School's production of "Pillow Talk" will be presented at the Lakeview Middle School auditorium Friday and Saturday evenings, March 10 and 11, and Sunday afternoon.
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    Tippecanoe Valley Middle School 6th-grade girls basketball team won the Plymouth Invitational by beating Rochester 40-8 in the championship game and remain undefeated on the season at 7-0. Shelby Boggs, Megan Ringle, Staci Groom, Tory Keirn, Megan Bibler, Brooke O'Connor, Alishia Portala and Leah Sponseller.
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     Lakeview Middle School Good Citizens for the month of February: Monique East, Montana Plummer, Brittney Fletcher, Hannah Cotter, Erika White, Shannon Sterling, Lori Wilson, Alex Reed, Keelan Simpson, Evan Watkins, Tyler Larrew Hanna Kammerer.
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     Relay for Life this year will be held at the Gordon Recreation Center on the Grace College Campus, Friday and Saturday, March 24-25. Committee members: Rachel Gorman, Joyce Columbo, Randy Hankins, Sue Bruce and Wanda Carter.
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    Winners of the Optimists' Kids Speak Out Oratorical Contest Friday, March, 3: girls' division-Kathryn Phillips, 12, first; Natalie D. Wilson, 10, second; Emily Breeden, 15, third; boys' division-Brody Reinholt, 13, first; Alek Jansen, 11, second; Kyle Quick, 13, third. Other participants: Jesse Grantz, Graham Miles, Zack Rooker, Scott Smyth, Brittney Grimm, Erica Hastings, Myra Hooks, Abigail Schue, Brittney Skibowski and Courtney Stetzel.
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    Kosciusko County Daffodil Day is March 16. Carol Huffer, Diane Rourke of  Brown Bag Deli, and Joy McCarthy-Sessing of the Chamber of Commerce.
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    Kralis Bros. Foods will close Friday, Feb. 24. Valley Fresh, Inc.,Turlock, Calif., which owns the Mentone plant, is negotiating to sell Kralis Bros. to an undisclosed company.
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    Beginning in April, Grace College plans to begin construction of the 70,000-square-foot  "Orthopedic Capital Center" on Wooster Road.
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    Katy Cobb made a New Year's resolution to raise $300 for hurricane victims.
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    Affra E. Lenwell will celebrate her 90th birthday March 8. She was born in Salem to Cecil and Leona Wade, graduating from Bloomington High School and Indiana University.
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    Cardinal Center anniversaries: 10 years-Sharon Zaugg, Paula Dickhoff, Sheryl Stroh, Ed Handziak, Paula Titus.
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    Washington Elementary Good Citizens for February 2006: First grade-Madison Graham, Trevor Owens, Jesse Chandler, Emily Jaggers. Second-Rachel Whetstone, William Clevenger, Noah Ault, Graciela Gutierrez.
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    The Bear Den of Eisenhower Cub Scout Pack 3731 completed four blankets for Project Linus at their den meeting Jan. 19, which will be shared with organizations that help children in crisis situations.
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    Times-Union 2005-2006 All-Area Team: Shaun Cabrera and Colin Clemens, Warsaw; Michael Conrad, Andrew Mock and Joe Leach, Wawasee; Daniel Bourne, Manchester; Jake Everett and Troy McIntyre, Triton; Shane Drudge, Chad Hoffer and David Lash, Tippecanoe Valley; Brad Smith, Whitko.
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    Gilliam Lanes honored bowlers who earned high scores: Kirk Wyman and Doug Metzger, 300; Rob Grimm, 299; Robin Sanager and Bob Clark, 298.
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    Eric Teune was named Time Services Employee of the Month for January at Mavron, Inc. He was chosen based on his positive attitude, attendance record and overall job performance.
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    Kosciusko County Community Foundation has announced Brenda Rigdon has been hired to fill the newly created position of development director.
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    Cassandra Dehning, 13, daughter of K.C. and Terri, Winona Lake, served as a page for Senator Ryan Mishler Feb. 2.
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    Lauren Ward Cooper, Warsaw Community High School, daughter of Gary and Shayna Cooper, Warsaw, was honored as the Good Citizen of the Year by the Agnes Pruyn Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution Sunday, Feb. 19, at the First United Methodist Church.
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    Local wrestlers participating in the state finals tournament at Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Feb. 17-18: Warsaw Community High School-Matt Elvidge, Justin Brooks and Tom Lowe; Whitko High School-Bryan Frush, Brett King and Ryan Poage.
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    The Edgewood 8th-grade boys basketball team won the Northeast Lakes Middle School Conference championship by defeating Lakeview.
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    Warsaw Community High School graduate Kerry (White) Grasmanis has been inducted into the Indiana Track Hall of Fame.
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    Princess M. Frush, a lifetime resident of Warsaw, will celebrate her 95th birthday Thursday, Feb. 16, at Hickory Creek Nursing Home in Rochester.
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    Local artists excelling at the Wabash Honeywell Center's Nine-County Art Show: second place in the painting category, Edward Castile, North Manchester, and third place, Susan Ring, North Manchester; third place in the drawing and pastels category, Beverly Garner, Warsaw, and Robert Hudson, Winona Lake.
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    At a January Shrine Club installation dinner, newly-elected president William Newland presented outgoing president Robert Burner with a Certificate of Appreciation and plaque in recognition of his years of service.
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    Lincoln Lions won the city elementary boys basketball championship Tuesday, Feb. 7, in the Tiger Den by beating the Washington Hornets.
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    Combined Community Services board members: Julie Hanusin, Dana Leon Huffer, Father Brian Grantz, Rob Yantz, Joseph Jarboe, Lori Roe, June Hook, Tom Craft, David Brown and Pastor Debbie Lowe.
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    United Way honored outgoing board president, Claire Baumgardt of Mutual Federal Savings Bank, Syracuse, with the Volunteer of the Year award for her service to the community these past seven years.
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    Sgt. Douglas K. Brumfield was recognized for his 34 years with the Warsaw Police Department at a reception Wednesday, Feb. 1.
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    Whitko Middle School's 7th-grade girls basketball team won the Whitko Tournament Jan. 21.
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     While on a cruise, Rosemary Parsons participated in the All-American and International Dance competition for people over age 50.
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    Jimmy and Mary Justice, Warsaw, celebrated their 50th anniversary Dec. 15 and were pleasantly surprised this week when they received letters of congratulation from President George W. Bush and Indiana Sen. Evan Bayh.
  • 10 Years
    Outgoing Chamber of Commerce chairman Max Courtney introduced officers for 2006: Lowell Owens, chairman elect; Pamela Hester, chairwoman; Kevin Scott, treasurer.
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    Bruce Shaffner and Carol Lyn Jansen were honored as 2005 Man and Woman of the Year during the 94th Annual Warsaw/Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce dinner Thursday, Jan. 26, at Warsaw Community Church.
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    Community Grace Brethren Church, 909 S. Buffalo St., Warsaw, will host the Power Team at school assemblies and at the church Wednesday, Jan. 25, through Feb. 5.
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    For a segment of CBS TV's "The Early Show" titled "Tour My Town," a CBS news crew visited some of Warsaw's local businesses today, Jan. 26.
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    Roger Long, Warsaw's building inspector, was elected to serve on the Mentone Town Board Monday night, Jan. 23, replacing Mark Hughes, who resigned at the end of December.
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    Farmers State Bank announced the retirement of Dr. Wymond Wilson from the board of directors, serving since April 6, 1983.
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    Several artists have renovated a building in Pickwick Square, behind the gazebo in Syracuse, for a workshop and gallery.
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       Warsaw Community High School senior Amy Abbitt, daughter of Tom and Cathy Abbitt, has signed a letter of intent to continue her soccer career at Grace College beginning in the fall of 2006.
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    Fourth and fifth-grade students from Pierceton Elementary School competed against each other in the National Geographic Geography Bee.
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    Toby Lamp, Troop 730, received his Eagle Scout badge Dec. 13.
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    Dalton Corp. Twenty-Five Year Club inductees: Rick Richardson, Paul Barker and Wade Durnell.
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    Warsaw resident Linda Neidigh, manager of Love Bug Floral on Center Street, has returned from the 2006 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, Calif., where she worked on a floral design team for the floats of the Fiesta Parade Floats Company.
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    Manchester High School presents "The King and I" Jan. 19, 21, and matinee Sunday, the 22nd.
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    Warsaw students inducted into the National Adult Education Honor Society Tuesday night, Jan. 10: Amina Abedalla, Claudia Galindo, Cody Herron...
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    The Whitko FFA Livestock Evaluation team qualified to compete for the national title at the National FFA Convention in Louisville, Ky. in October.
  • For years our teachers have asked for relief from the increasing demands of testing, paperwork, countless new programs that are researched based, pointless meetings and training sessions.
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    Russell "Pete" Miller, 83, who served the Etna Green Fire Department since 1942, was awarded the Governor's Medallion of Valor for his part in rescuing a lady from a house fire March 18, 2004.
  • 10 Years
    Deniese Rickel and her gingerbread church was chosen by visitors as the People's Choice Winner in the annual Gingerbread Holiday Extravaganza at the Jail Museum, sponsored by the Kosciusko County Historical Society.
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    Kimble Glass, Inc. will close its Warsaw plant effective June 2, according to Richard Hasenauer, vice president and director human relations.
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    School officials at Jefferson Elementary have a beneficial program that boosts reading skills.
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    More than 450 high school juniors attended the 29th Annual Richard G. Lugar Symposium for Tomorrow's Leaders Dec. 10 on the University of Indianapolis campus.