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  • Editor, Times-Union:
    I would like to thank everyone who has been so helpful, encouraging and supportive with the opening of my business, Kelsea Designs, Pierceton.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    Congratulations to the Warsaw AkzoNobel Powder Coatings Inc. facility as it has accomplished one year, 365 days, of being accident free as of Feb. 7.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    We moved to this area seven years ago and since that time my husband has had several surgeries.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    The Atwood Lions Club wishes to thank each and every person who attended our January fish fry.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    I would like to send thanks out to the Multi-Township EMS and the EMT's and firemen we know personally that showed up on scene to help me with Jan this past New Year’s Eve.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    The Leesburg Candleria and Christmas Party may have lacked snow this year, but certainly provided a memorable evening filled with candles, cookies, cocoa, carols and Santa Claus.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    My sincere thank you to the kind person who removed all the snow from my back yard Tuesday morning, making it much safer to reach my car.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    The Akron Parent Support Group at Akron Elementary would like to thank the many staff, businesses and families that contributed to the Spring Fling May 9.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    I was at the fairgrounds Saturday for the concert “Kick Off To Summer Bash” when I was overcome by the heat and fainted.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    The evening before Valentine’s Day my husband and I were in line to pay for our dinner at the Golden Corral when a lady behind me told the cashier that she was paying our bill.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    Our daughter, daughter-in-law, (wife) and grandbabies (children) were in a car accident on Feb. 8, 2014, on 600 South near 50 West.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    The Madison Elementary PTO would like to thank the following people and organizations who made our January carnival, “Cardinals Around the World,” fun and successful:
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    The Silver Lake Food Pantry would like to give a big “Thank You” to USW Local 6805, the area churches, businesses and individuals who are too numerous to list for your contributions made to the pantry this past year.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    I want to thank Jan Orban and she’s a real estate broker.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    Wow! It’s hard to believe that five years have passed for the Polar Plunge.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    “You and your pets mean a lot to us.” These are the words of the staff at the Community Animal Hospital on Ind. 15N.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    I cannot express enough appreciation for the Warsaw community this past weekend when my 15-year-old daughter, Veronica, went missing with her boyfriend in my stolen car.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    Kudos to the thoughtful teachers and the third- to fifth-grade talented students at Lincoln School in Warsaw.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    This is the time of year that so many dig down and give from the heart.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    On Dec. 21 my van was vandalized during an attempted theft.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    From the husband of Barbara Francis:
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    On behalf of the Silver Lake Days Festival committee I would like to thank everyone who assisted with and or attended this year’s festival.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    I would like to publically thank the Kosciusko County Planning Commission for their decision not to add additional rules for livestock farmers beyond what the state already has in place.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    You are a great basketball player – and it has been exciting watching you play your high school years.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    For the third straight year, the annual Polar Bear Plunge on Lake Tippecanoe was a fantastic success. Even though the number of bears taking the plunge was slightly down, we were able to include the Food Bank of Syracuse in addition to our support of the North Webster facility.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    While being most thankful for this unexpected honor, it is to be shared with the many individuals who have contributed to who I am and/or to whom I am perceived to be.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    Heart-felt thank you to Creighton Brothers and Mindy and Ron for hosting my retirement party. Special thanks to the office staff, employees, family, friends and neighbors who came and celebrated with me.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    Thanks are due to Dr. Craig Hintz, Principal Troy Akers, Atheletic Director Dave Anson, teacher Dave Baumgartner, guidance Rick Swaim, whoever, for the service/convocation that took place at Warsaw Community High School on Veterans Day, 11/11/11.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    This is the perfect time of year to thank those special people who helped us provide services to seniors in Kosciusko County. Without those wonderful volunteers we could not have delivered more than 35,000 hot, frozen, holiday and emergency meals to our seniors in the past year.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    The Thirteenth Annual Coat Drive to benefit people in our community who are in need of warm winter wear was a huge success.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    I recently attended the free dinner for veterans,  put on by  the  Calvary Tabernacle of Warsaw, and just wanted to say how much I, and many others I’m sure, appreciated the fine meal they provided.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    Honoring our craft as hair designers, skincare specialists, massage therapists and nail technicians, the world seems to have the aspect of beauty viewed mainly as “physical beauty.”
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    We had a tragic loss on Sept. 7 when our son William Wells was killed. He had such a full life and was so loved. We have had such an outpour of love, generosity and compassion from so many people.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    What an honor, what a flight.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    The United Way of Kosciusko County would like to thank all of the fans from the Warsaw vs. Wawasee Football game Friday night
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    North Pointe Cinemas is to be commended for showing “Courageous.”
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    Play It Safe Family Safety Day, sponsored by the Warsaw-Wayne Fire Territory and Kosciusko REMC, was blessed again this year with a beautiful day and an excellent turnout.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    The board of directors, staff and members of Baker Youth Club would like to thank Jay and Lisa Sweatland and Mark and Chris Bonifield.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    Kudos to Ron Bradford for keeping us at Courts of Colfax from insanity when Real Services dropped us from having a good hot meal every day.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    I apologize for the delay in getting this sincere and heartfelt thank you to all of those involved in the United Way Day of Caring. The way in which this community pulls together to help those in need is remarkable.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    A very big thank you to the DePuy team who showed up at my home on Day of Caring!
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    On behalf of the Bicycle Friendly Community Task Force, I want to thank Shirley Fetrow, the event coordinator for the Warsaw/Wayne Fire Territory, for her help at the “Play It Safe Day.” She made it possible for us to hand out brochures and show videos on bicycle safety and the rules of the road.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    It was indeed a great honor to be awarded the GOP Man of the Year. I wish to thank all who were involved in choosing me.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    When I reminisce with friends and family about growing up in Warsaw, fond memories involving teachers often pop up. Maybe that’s part of the reason I became a music teacher.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    I want to thank the following businesses for their donations to my Eagle Scout Project: Dominoe’s Pizza, Hardesty Printing Company, Owen’s, Sherman and Linn’s Bargain Barn and the Times-Union.
  • The comittee for the third annual cornhole tournament benefiting Riley Hospital For Children held Aug. 27 at Dewamac Park would like to thank the following donors for their tremendous support of the event
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    Wow! What an ending to a very special Wagon Wheel Theatre season.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    Many thanks to our friends and neighbors in the community who helped us celebrate our 15th Annual Fish and Tenderloin Fry.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    Words cannot express the gratitude we feel for all of the support that you gave us during the Fellowship Missions’ local homeless shelter food drive Saturday, Aug. 20.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    I just want to say a big thank you to all my family, friends, co-workers and new acquaintances for making my benefit a huge success.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    I recently left the employment of the Times-Union warehouse and wanted to take this opportunity to express a few thoughts about my experience while I was there.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    Kudos to Pat Knight from www.songbirdsofnorthernindiana.org Wild Bird Rescue and Rehabilitation for taking in two baby birds orphaned from the recent storm. Thank you.
  • TCU

    Editor, Times-Union:
    We wanted to thank Greg Moeller and TCU for their support throughout the school year. It’s always nice when schools and area businesses from our community are able to work together for the good of the children of our community.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    I would like to recognize and give special thanks to Wings Etc., 2604 Sheldon Dr., Warsaw.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    The Warsaw Breakfast Optimist Club would like to thank the following list of businesses for helping to make our Annual Golf Outing at Stonehenge Golf & Country Club a huge success.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    I would like to thank everyone who made the cattlemen/pork producers stand at the county fair a success.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    I want to thank the person who saw my meat at the bottom of the shopping cart at Owen’s and returned it to the service desk.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    Victory Christian Fellowship would like to thank the following merchants for their support in providing door prizes to make our upcoming Friends Day Sunday a big success
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    The 4-H Poultry Committee would like to thank Chore-Time for donating close to $3,000 worth of new cages this year.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    Victory Christian Fellowship would like to thank the following merchants for their support in providing door prizes to make our upcoming Friends Day Sunday a big success: Chris & Company, Hucks Gas Station & Car Wash, Hartings Furniture, At Home Again, Zook’s Cafe, Studio Jewelers, Emage Vision Center, 4 Paw Grooming & Boarding, CVS, Square Pixel Studio...and many more.

    Victory Christian Fellowship
    North Manchester
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    Silver Box messages to the entire Leesburg Elementary School Family, my family members, W.C.S. board members and Dr. Hintz:

    Thank you so much for the well-planned, first-class retirement festivities!
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    On behalf of the Silver Lake Days Festival committee, I would like to thank everyone who assisted with and/or attended this year’s festival.

  • Editor, Times-Union:
    We want to express our gratitude to Jeff Grose, our councilman, on the great job he did in making HuskyTrail and White Tail Run a safer intersection.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    On behalf of the Warsaw Breakfast Optimist Club, we would like to thank all of the volunteers, sponsors, individual contributors, athletes and others that helped to make the 18th annual triathlon a success.
  • Editor, Times-Union:
    We would like to thank so many people for their support of the Graduation Coaching Program at Warsaw Community High School. Guidance Counselors Diane Quance and Rick Swaim, administrators Dave Anson and Troy Akers, and more teachers and support staff than we can mention were instrumental in the program’s success. Additionally, generous funding from many foundations and individuals made a real difference. We also appreciate the feedback, direction and support from KC-ED committee members.

Trump-Pence Campaign Visits Warsaw
The Trump-Pence Indiana Campaign made a stop at the Kosciusko County Republican headquarters in downtown Warsaw Monday, Oct. 3, 2016.. Trump-Pence Indiana Campaign Chairman Rex Early and Vice Chair Tony Samuel made the visit as part of the ‘Early for Trump’ plan.
Bicentennial Torch Relay Video 2
The Indiana Bicentennial Celebration Torch Relay made its way to Kosciusko County on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016. It stopped in Central Park for a brief ceremony, including words from Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer. This is a video of Thallemer's speech.

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