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  • In Tuesday’s story regarding layoffs at KGP?Logistics in Warsaw, the Times-Union reported “the layoffs are from the loss of a major client.”
  • KGP Logistics To Lay Off 300
    KGP Logistics, with two facilities in Warsaw, filed a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Friday with the Indiana Department of Workforce Development, notifying the agency the company will lay off 300 workers on April 17, or within two weeks of that date.
  • Zimmer Biomet Appoints Puryear As Senior VP, Chief HR Officer; Samuels Named Senior V.P.; Haney Joins Realty Company; TEK Coat &?Spray, Service Star Trucks Moving To South Whitley; Shindigz Reveals Expansion Plans
  • Kosciusko Leadership Academy Cadets Get Health Care Overview
    Kosciusko Leadership Academy cadets recently received an overview of health care in Kosciusko County at Kosciusko Community Hospital.
  • Harting Furniture Gallery is going out of business after 86 years and will start its store-closing sale on Thursday.
  • An open house to celebrate the opening of a “refreshed” birthplace at Lutheran-KCH Hospital, 2101 E. DuBois Drive, Warsaw, is planned from 12:30 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.
  • The 2019 North Webster-Tippecanoe Township annual banquet will be March 11 at The Owl’s Nest, 7369 E. CR 800N, North Webster.
  • KEDCo, Tio Seek To Bring Ag-Tech To The Area
    With a new year came a new area of focus from a fairly new CEO for the Kosciusko County Economic Development Corp.
  • Brannock Joins RE/MAX Results; Conner Recognized For 5 Years Of Service; Mason Healthcare And Rehabilitation Names Employee, Leader Of The Year; Kosciusko Cares Open House Feb. 20
  • Coalition To Help Children Formed
    The Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with The Kosciusko County Community Foundation and United Way, has formed a Child Care and Early Learning Coalition to help families in the county access high-quality and affordable child care/early learning options for children to age 5.
  • Think about your loved ones. What will their future be like? Can you picture them living in your house many years from now? Can you picture your children going to college? Can you picture your spouse enjoying a comfortable retirement?
  • VIA Credit Union’s staff paid $3 to wear jeans on Fridays and Saturdays during December. As a result, Becky Stevens (L) and Tracy Speigle (R) from Via Credit Union’s Warsaw branch recently presented a $250 donation to John Parker of Combined Community Services from the funds raised.
  • Here at 212 Media Studios, we believe our local nonprofits are the glue of this community. They work year-round to make sure everyone in Kosciusko County has the opportunities and resources they need to thrive. It’s easy to take everything they do for granted—and most of the time, their hard work goes unnoticed.
  • Each year the Kosciusko Board of Realtors and its affiliate members take the opportunity at their Annual Christmas Party to embrace and support a local Kosciusko County charity.
  • SYM Financial Advisors Announces Promotion, Hirings; LCB Promotes Wagoner; Ag Marketing Class Offered
  • Zimmer Biomet Donation Provided For WCS Families During Holidays
    A donation from the Zimmer Biomet supply chain management team is helping students at Warsaw Community Schools.
  • Two Warsaw Firms Engaged In Lawsuit Over Trade Secrets
    Two Warsaw orthopedic companies exchanged press releases this week regarding a 19-month-old lawsuit that saw additional action taken in the last week of 2018.
  • Orthocity Gives Back To Jefferson
    Orthocity sponsored a give-back night for Jefferson Elementary in October.
  • KLA Cadets Learn About Orthopedic Industry In Kosciusko County
    Kosciusko Leadership Academy cadets got an overview of the orthopedic industry in Kosciusko County at the Ivy Tech Orthopedic and Advanced Manufacturing Training Center (OAMTC) facility.
  • Gatke Property Developer Talking With Three Tenants
    The old Gatke property –  vacant for roughly three decades – appears to be closer than ever to being redeveloped.
  • KLA Cadets Study Local Philanthropy
    Kosciusko Leadership Academy cadets got an overview of philanthropy in the county from Kosciusko County Community Foundation CEO Suzie Light at the last KLA meeting.
  • Hallmark Home Mortgage Ribbon-Cutting
    Hallmark Home Mortgage recently had a ribbon-cutting at its new office at 523 S. Buffalo St., Warsaw.
  • Kauffman Learns Latest In Facial Filling, Sculpting
    Jennifer Kauffman of Kauffman Medi Spa Inc., recently participated in The Aesthetic Blueprint conference. The three-day intensive educational session was held in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
  • Wawasee Grads Receive Grant From IEDC
    Spur Interactiv, a digital marketing and ad-tech agency co-founded by Wawasee High School graduates Alex and Reed Smith, was selected by the Indiana Economic Development Corporation to receive a $50,000 training grant and up to $350,000 in Economic Development for a Growing Economy (EDGE) tax credits.
  • Hamman Among Top RE/MAX Producers; DuPont Offers Podcast; Brian Peterson Group Hosts Ribbon Cutting; Goodwill December Career Center Schedule
  • Warsaw Native Sasso Wins $112.4M Lawsuit With Medtronic
    Warsaw native Dr. Rick Sasso was awarded at total of $112.4 million in a lawsuit against Medronic tried this month in Marshall County Circuit Court in Plymouth. The trail concluded Thursday.
  • Community leaders recognized retiring Kosciusko Economic Development Corp. President George Robertson at an event Tuesday co-hosted by KEDCo and the Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce.
  • WishBone Medical Inc. Acquires New Jersey’s Response Ortho
    WishBone Medical Inc. of Warsaw announced today the acquisition of Response Ortho of Fort Lee, N.J.
  • Belle Tire Donates $10,000 To Area Not-For-Profits
    Belle Tire Distributors Inc. presented donations to the five participating charities of the Warsaw Choose Your Charity Challenge, a program that took place for two months following the store’s grand opening event.
  • SpartanNash To Acquire Martin’s
    SpartanNash Co. announced this morning it has reached an agreement to acquire Martin’s Super Markets by the end of this year.
  • Lake City Bank Announces 7 Promotions; Titus Hires Sara Curtis; Lindeman Joins AcceLINX; Sexton Joins RE/MAX Results In Warsaw; Wishbone Medical Inc. Acquires Red Star; NIPSCO Hires Montague
  • 2nd Phase, 3rd Shell Building Mark New Chapters At Tech Park
    Warsaw’s Technology Park might have begun quietly, but is seeing its biggest growth spurt to date.
  • Barth Recognized For 5 Years Of Service; Bolt New Loan Counselor For MutualBank; Goodwill Career Center Releases Calendar; DWD Awards $1.5 M In Grants For Regional Workforce Issues
  • Ryser Added To Parkview Warsaw Staff; Janssen Named CTB Europe Sales Director; Inaugural Chamber YAP Talk Thursday
  • Community leader and Grace College benefactor Mary Louise Miller was inducted into The Indiana Academy Monday evening.
  • Warsaw Sears Not Closing
    While Sears Holdings is making headlines nationally for its financial woes, in Warsaw the Sears Hometown Store is doing well because of relatively few ties to the failing corporate giant.
  • Titus To Host Open House; Kauffman Presents At International Meeting; Christian Named To Board Of Directors
  • McHatton-Sadler Funeral Chapels recently donated $1,000 to God’s Highway to Heaven food pantry in recognition of Hunger Action Month.
  • Lutheran Names Jae Dale CEO
    Kosciusko Community Hospital Board of Trustees has selected Jae Dale  as its new chief executive officer, effective Oct. 15.
  • Interra Customers Encouraged To Watch For Fraud In Their Accounts
    There have been several reports of fraud involving customers of Interra Credit Union, 1401 S. Huntington St., Syracuse, in the last couple of weeks, according to Syracuse Police Chief Jim Layne.
  • OrthoWorx Presents DiscoverME: A Future Of Possibilities
    OrthoWorx announced Tuesday a new, expanded talent development initiative that will focus on promoting careers in local manufacturing companies to eighth-grade students in Kosciusko County.
  • Tom Nomination Moves Forward
    The Senate Foreign Relations Committee voted unanimously to support the nomination of Leesburg resident Kip Tom as ambassador and U.S. representative to the United Nations Agencies for Food and Agriculture.
  • Old National Sponsors Cardinal Services Luncheon
    Officers of Cardinal Services recently accepted a check for $2,500 from Old National Bank as the signature sponsor of the 2018 Cardinal Call fundraising luncheon.
  • Business Briefs 9.15.2018
    Kosciusko Home Care & Hospice Adds 3 To Staff; Egner Earns License
  • Forefront Dermatology To Open Warsaw Office
    Forefront Dermatology announced the planned opening of its Warsaw office, offering convenient access to expert board-certified dermatology care.
  • Tuckers Lauded For Gift To Purdue
    Terry and Sandra Tucker, of Maple Leaf Farms, were awarded one of Purdue University’s highest honors on Aug. 30.
  • Collier’s Moving Soon
    After 31 years at the same Winona Avenue location, Collier’s Heating and Air Conditioning announced Tuesday it will be moving to a new location near Ind. 15 and U.S. 30.
  • FDA Sends Warning Letter To Zimmer Biomet
    After receiving several Form 483 letters from the Food and Drug Administration to bring a list of items into voluntary compliance, the FDA sent Zimmer Biomet a warning letter late last month regarding corrections that need to be made at the company’s North Warsaw campus.
  • HopLore Finds Its Niche In Leesburg
    Since opening Memorial Day weekend in 2017, HopLore Brewery & Restaurant has not only continued to grow its customer reach but also has evolved the craft beers it offers.
  • 1st Source Bank Makes Investment In Grace
    1st Source Bank recently presented a $10,000 check to Grace College for ongoing support of a stock ticker and data display in the School of Business.
  • Syracuse Burger King Restaurant Reopens After Major Renovations
    After a month of construction, the remodel is complete at the Burger King restaurant at 5202 E. CR 1200N, Syracuse.
  • Internship Becomes Employment For Lancer; Mason Promoted At CTB; Gergely Earns CFP Status; Lakeland Financial Officers To Present At Conference Wednesday; Goodwill Job Training Schedule For September; Zimmer Biomet’s Brinkerhuff Interviewed In Documentary
  • Zimmer Biomet Receives Warning Letter From FDA
    Zimmer Biomet has said it will respond to a warning letter from the Food and Drug Administration over violations found in a 2016 inspection of its northern campus at the old Biomet headquarters.
  • Tio Tabbed To Replace Robertson At KEDCo.
    The board of directors of Kosciusko Economic Development Corp. announced Alan Tio will join the organization next month as CEO to lead the community’s economic development efforts.
  • Congressman Jim Banks Visits, Tours Grossnickle Eye Center
    Congressman Jim Banks (Indiana House Rep 3rd District) visited the remodeled Grossnickle Eye Center recently.
  • Peak Performance Breaks Ground
    Peak Performance Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy, PC, broke ground on their new facility at 2240 North Pointe Drive on Wednesday. Construction is expected to be complete by the end of November.
  • Ticknor Joins Coldwell Banker RWG; LCB’s Juillerat Promoted To Commercial Banking Officer; Combined Community Services’  Lowe Earns IOM Certification
  • Storm Damage Doesn’t Deter Orchard Owner From Dreams
    Adam Pamer was sitting in his truck in his driveway next to his orchard to keep out of the rain when the tornado came through Warsaw on Aug. 6, uprooting about 35 of his 600 apple and seven pear trees.
  • Harstines Among America’s Top Realtors; Grossnickle Eye Center Adds Lifferth To Staff; Breeden Joins First Federal As Vice President; Belle Tire To Hold Grand Opening Today; Chamber Member Cookout Aug. 24
  • Classic Comfort Food, Unique Decor Combined At Warsaw’s Palette, An American Eatery
    Palette, An American Eatery is open for business at the Wyndham Garden Hotel at 2521 E. Center St. in Warsaw.
  • Penguin Point Big Wheel Winners
    Penguin Point announced its Big Wheel winners.
  • Hoffman Joins RE/MAX Results Warsaw Staff; August Events At Career Center Announced
  • Sew Amazing: Lowery’s Celebrating 70 Years In Business
    Many family-owned businesses never get past the first generation of ownership, but Lowery’s Sewing and Vacuum Center, 707 E. Winona Ave., Warsaw, is proving to be an exception.
  • OPS Combines Sports Medicine, Physical Therapy In Warsaw
    Optimum Performance Sports, a health facility with a focus on weekend warriors and all types of athletes, held a ribbon-cutting at its new facility on U.S. 30.
  • Warsaw’s Ace Hardware Closing; Liquidation Starts Thursday
    For the second time this month, a longtime business along Warsaw’s East Center Street announced it is closing for good.
  • Texas Roadhouse Construction Begins; GOP Seeks Replacement For Gargett
  • Lake City Bank Announces Transfer, Hire; Kunkel Joins Wishbone Board Of Advisors; Local RE/MAX Team Recognized For Production
  • Harvest With A Heart Marking 10 Years Monday
    What started out as an idea to share abundance has grown into an enterprise bigger than the three founders ever dared to hope, dream or imagine.

    Monday, the trio will celebrate an anniversary as a milestone rather than a destination.
  • Oak & Alley Expanding Into Former Great Wall Building
    Oak &?Alley, a popular gourmet burger restaurant in Warsaw is adding a second location at the former The Great Wall building at 2308 E. Center St. The original location is at 144 S. Buffalo St.
  • Great Wall Restaurant Closes
    After 29 years in business, Joni Feng, the owner of Great Wall, 2308 E. Center St., Warsaw, has retired for health reasons.

    The locally famous Chinese restaurant closed Sunday.
  • Brady Named Shared Serviced Manager At CTB; Sjolin Joins Brock; Lake City Announces Promotion, Transfer; Zurcher Added To North Webster Library Staff; Dollar General Completes Remodel Of Akron Location
  • Local Convenience Store Aides Fundraising
    Freedom Express, a local convenience store chain, has partnered with Citgo, its gasoline supplier, to present “Spirit Pumps,” which helps local not-for-profit organizations raise funds for specific projects.
  • Winona Lake Man Receives Award For Patent Accomplishments; LSC Communications Recognizes 25-Year Anniversaries; Chamber Golf Outing Scheduled For July 18; Two People Promoted At Lake City Bank
  • Lake City Bank Announces Promotions; Restaurant Construction To Begin Soon; Lake City Bank To Build New Branch In Milford
  • Little Crow Lofts Ribbon Cutting Held Wednesday
    The Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday for Little Crow Lofts on the southeast corner of Detroit and Market streets in Warsaw.
  • Swick Celebrates 40-Year Milestone With Times-Union, Brooks Named Global Marketing Director For Chore-Time, Kerlin Bus Wins Several Dealership, Employee Awards At Annual Meeting, Kosciusko Human Resources Association Receives SHRM Award; OrthoWorx To Host Regulatory Seminar, Laser Graphx Receives Indiana Impact Award, Goodwill Career Center Lists June Events
  • Loftin Named A Top Sales Performer; Melton Joins REMAX Results Office; Marshall Named CEO At Earthway Products; Lake City Heat Treating Building New Addition
  • Titus Funeral Home will display blue lights this month in honor and support of law enforcement officers.
  • Kauffman Medi Spa Has Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony
    The Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon-cutting for Kauffman Medi Spa Inc., formerly known as Vein Institute & Medi Spa, Inc. It recently completed expanding and renaming its newly renovated site at 3505 N. Ind. 15, Warsaw.
  • North Manchester Man Wins Promotional Award
    During the 2018 PPAIExpo in Las Vegas, Brett Wynn of won a PPAI Gold Pyramid Award for marketing.
  • Zimmer Biomet Holdings Inc. announced this week that it has entered into a partnership agreement with Faith In Practice, a Houston-based non-profit organization that provides surgical, medical, dental and educational programs in Guatemala.
  • The following professional and career development events will be held at the Goodwill Community Career Center, 751 Anchorage Point Drive, Warsaw.
  • Shockome Completes Auctioneering Courses; Christenson Tabbed CTB Product Manager; Local RE/MAX Results Offices Ranked Among Best In The Country; Indiana’s Economic Outlook Among Top 3 In Latest State Rankings; Chamber Hosts Green Talks Luncheon May 10; Bowling For Baker May 19