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  • The wrong pastor’s name was reported in Thursday’s Times-Union religion section for the Indiana North Meeting. The Rev. Jamie Conkling will direct the choir and worship.
  • Information in Thursday’s religion page incorrectly stated the Claypool United Methodist Church baked steak dinner is carry-out only. Carry-outs will be available as well  as dining room seating.

  • Information in the Lakeland Community Choir and Brass Ensemble concert photo cutline on page 1C of today’s Leisure section had the wrong date. The information provided by the LCC said the concert is April 18, but it should have said the concert is Friday, March 18, at Warsaw Evangelical Presbyterian Church, 210 S. High St.
  • WINONA LAKE – An incorrect date for the Winona Lake Free Methodist Church Greenville College Choir was printed on Thursday’s Religion page. The correct date is March 21.

  • A story that appeared in Tuesday’s edition of the Times-Union titled “Warsaw Man Arrested After Alleged Battery To Juvenile” incorrectly stated the girlfriend of Jack Daniels was a Gateway school employee.
  • A Toys For Tots drop-off location was unintentionally omitted in Tuesday’s story. The Village at Winona is a drop-off and collection point as well.
  • A North Manchester Town Council story in the Nov. 5 edition of the Times-Union contained incorrect information.
  • Information provided by the Fort Wayne Philharmonic for the Leisure section Thursday stated the doors for the Holiday Pops concert Dec. 13 opened at 6:45 p.m., but the concert is at 2 p.m. The 2 p.m. time is correct.
  • Due to erroneous information submitted to the Times-Union, a story in Wedneday’s edition contained an incorrect date.  Wawasee High School Key Club’s food drive bus will be parked at the  Dollar General store in Milford Nov. 17 from 4 to 6 p.m., not Nov. 16 as previously reported.
  • The Halloween party for The Keg, Leesburg, was incorrectly listed as being today but it is Saturday starting at 9 p.m. Subterfuge performs at 10 p.m., with the costume contest with cash prizes at 11 p.m.
  • Due to incorrect information received, an accident story in Wednesday’s paper reported that Steven J. Conway, 30, North Morgan Street, Mentone, drove directly into the path of a Tippecanoe Valley school bus. It was the bus, driven by Carol S. Kindig, 76, West CR 700S, Mentone, that pulled out onto Ind. 19 into the path of Conway’s vehicle.
  • In Tuesday’s newspaper article “City Eyes 2016 Budget,” the story indicated Mayor Joe Thallemer said Kosciusko Coalition on Drug Education was applying for a grant. That is incorrect. Kosciusko Economic Development Corp. is applying for the grant.
  • A story in Tuesday’s edition incorrectly reported a date for the Animal Welfare League of Kosciusko Fur Ball.

    The correct date is Sept. 12.
  • In the “Penguin Point Brings Back Classic Car Show For 65th Anniversary Celebration” story Monday, the “best in show” was awarded to Roy Hauth, not Roy Hoss, as previously stated from the information we were provided.
  • A story about misconceptions regarding gun laws in Saturday’s edition should have stated that Kevin Denlinger operates Denlinger Gun Repair at Tactical & Hunting Solutions in North Webster.
  • An incorrect date for the Warsaw Technology Park  ribbon cutting was published in Tuesday’s Times-Union. The correct date is July 15.
  • The Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts press release that was provided and ran in Thursday’s Leisure section had an error in the ticket pricing. Bill Engvall tickets will be $65 for front row and $55 (not $45) for all other seats plus the $3 processing fee for all tickets.
  • The Kosciusko Community Senior Services will celebrate SAC members with July birthdays on Thursday, not Wednesday, as previously reported from a press release provided, in Saturday’s edition.
  • Incorrect dates appeared in Thursday’s religion news section for Bethel Baptist Church Vacation Bible school.
    The correct dates are Sunday through Thursday.
  • The Times-Union in an article Thursday incorrectly reported Robert Abbott was a World War II veteran. He is a Korean War Veteran.
  • The New Beginnings Revival was printed in Thursday’s religion news page. The revival was last week.
  • The Warsaw Speedway closed Aug. 11 1990, not 1989 as previously reported in yesterday’s “Stock Car Hall of Fame Inducts 13 Saturday” story. The sprint car Hall of Fame will be held in July.
  • The Times-Union incorrectly reported a bake sale will be this weekend at Harvest Community Church. The sale was last weekend.
  • In the Thursday article on page 3C of the Leisure section on Lakeside Fitness, the story stated Tami Pavel is with the National Academy of Sports Medicine. She is not, but is a certified personal trainer through NASM.
  • Alyson Grindle, 15,  was the passenger in Bailey Hammel’s vehicle, not in Jordon Snoke’s vehicle, as stated in the story Wednesday.
  • Due to incorrect information submitted an incorrect email was provided in  Wednesday’s edition of the Times-Union for the Kosciusko Runners Associaton and Red Cross 5K and half marathon for volunteers. Those wanting to volunteer should contact Mary Jo Branco at
  • From the “Silver Lake Gets Grant To Build Pavillion At Town Park” story yesterday, the Disney hopper passes, Fender guitar and King’s Island tickets are items included in the auction during the hog roast.
  • Due to the incorrect information provided, the wrong date was listed for the Grace Wind Ensemble concert. The concert is March 20, not March 29 as stated in the Leisure story on page 1C Thursday.
  • Due to incorrect information received, the name of a student was left out in a photo titled “Optimists Recognize Lakeview Students” on Page 7A Tuesday. Ricardo Saldivar is standing fourth from the right, wearing a plaid shirt.
  • Gospel Hill Pentecostal Church of God will not have a breakfast Saturday.
  • Biographical information on Cheryl Blanchard in an article Thursday about her election to the National Academy of Engineering was attributed to an announcement from OrthoWorx. Brad Bishop, OrthoWorx executive director, specified today that the information relayed in the announcement was taken from Blanchard’s bio at
  • Monday’s “Remember When” column reported an incorrect date for the first birth of the year.
  • Due to incorrect information received, the story about U.S. Presidential Scholars on page 2A of Tuesday’s edition contained an error. Raymond D. Jarvis and Donna E. Roop are the parents of Raymond Jarvis. Foy and Teresa Banghart are Raymond’s grandparents.
  • The Lakeland Community Choir story in the Nov. 25 Leisure section contained two errors. The concert is at 7 p.m., not 7:30 p.m., and the church’s full name is Warsaw Evangelical Presbyterian Church, not First Presbyterian.
  • Due to incorrect information received, the What’s Happening listing on page 1C of today’s newspaper contains an error for Rex’s Rendezvous, Warsaw.
  • WINONA LAKE – An incorrect date for the Winona Lake Community Dinner was published in the Oct. 15 edition of the Times-Union. The correct date is Nov. 13.
  • Dan Woods, Bowen Center board member, was incorrectly identified in a photo that appeared in Tuesday’s Times-Union.
  • Due to incorrect information provided, a story in Thursday’s edition of the Times-Union stated Syracuse American Legion participated in United Way Day of Caring. It was Syracuse Lions Club that participated.
  • A story on the Religion page contained incorrect information. The item stated the First Freewill Baptist Church, 58 W. CR 700S, Claypool, will have its 8th annual Crossroads Campmeeting Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. There will be no campmeeting on Saturday. The campmeeting was being held Thurday and today only.
  • Due to an error during page layout Wednesday, the first paragraph was left off the front page story on the Wawasee school board in the print edition. The article should have begun:
    “Wawasee schools will see some new faces heading up classes next fall as seven teachers and a nurse are retiring, most of them from Wawasee Middle School.”
  • Due to incorrect information received, there were errors in a recent staff report about Tippecanoe Valley’s Summer Learn-to-Swim classes.
  • Thursday’s page 1 story on graduation rates said the local numbers were “non-waiver graduation rates.” The word “non-waiver” should have been omitted.
  • In an article on page 2A of Wednesday’s edition, due to incorrect information received, Marsha J. Carey was listed as the founder and president of Kosciusko Cares. She is just the coordinator.
  • The Grace improv group, Back In Five, will be performing at the Wagon Wheel Theatre tonight at 10 p.m., not at the Little Theatre on Grace’s campus as stated in Thursday’s Leisure story.
  • In the story Tuesday titled “Community Gives Input On Next WCS Superintendent,” Sariah Morgan’s name was misspelled Sierra Morgan.
  • The story on page 1C of Thursday’s newspaper regarding the last Lakeland Community Concert Association concert had an incorrect email for Grant Magner, president. The correct email is
  • An address for the March of Dimes kick-off campaign at Ivy Tech Community College was incorrectly reported in Saturday’s edition of the Times-Union due to incorrect information provided.
    The correct address is 2545 Silveus Crossing.
  • The date for the Mentone Elementary School Kindergarten roundup was incorrectly reported in the Feb. 15 edition of the Times-Union. The correct date is March 10.
  • The reason for an executive meeting set by Claypool Town Council was incorrectly identified in a story Tuesday as discussion of downtown parking.
  • The fun fest for Warsaw Wesleyan was incorrectly listed in Thursday’s edition of the Times-Union. There will not be a fun fest Sunday at the church.
  • A County Jail Booking, as well as a Property Damage Accident report, printed in Tuesday’s edition included incorrect information.
  • KABS Bus Cost
    In Tuesday’s front page article on the Kosciusko County Commissioners meeting, the cost of two replacement buses for the Kosciusko Area Bus Services was reported as $100,000 each. The correct cost is $50,000 for each bus, KABS General Manager Kevin Planck clarified this morning.
  • In the print edition Tuesday, the cutline for the Page 1 photo of the Lamborghini driven in Jaden Stout’s funeral Monday should have stated that the boy’s grandfather, Fred Fribley, rather than his father, drove his restored Austin Healey in the procession.
  • Due to incorrect information provided, a website for people to provide input for the city’s comprehensive plan was incorrectly published in Thursday’s Times-Union.
  • Due to incorrect information received, the location of the Pierceton Market was given Wednesday as the town library lawn. The market’s regular location every Friday from 4 to 7 p.m. is Brower Park, though it will be on the library lawn the first weekend in August, during Pierceton Days.
  • Due to a formatting error, the name of new United Way of Kosciusko County 2013 Erin Rowland Jones’ husband, Jerrad, was mispelled in an article Wednesday. In addition, this will be the 56th year of the campaign in the county.
  • Ivy Tech awarded honorary degrees recently to Dr. Dane and Mary Louise Miller.
  • Due to incorrect information provided, the time for a hearing for a dilapitated property at 1405 Ranch Road was incorrect in a story in Tuesday’s Times-Union.
  • Due to incorrect information provided, a story in Wednesday’s Times-Union incorrectly identified a golf course where the third annual golf outing for Nora Stephens was held on May 11.
    The correct golf course where the event was held was Little Big Horn.
  • The Tuesday brief on the first meeting of the Barbee Neighborhood Watch should have stated that Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department Public Information Officer Chad Hill, along with Capt. Aaron Rovenstine and Lt. Todd Sautters of the sheriff’s department, will give an update on what has been going on in the Barbee Lake watch area.
  • In the Kosciusko Leadership Academy story Friday, the story mentioned the Kosciusko Health Foundation awarded the Winona Lake Limitless Park project a $200,000 grant. The story should have said K21 Health Foundation.
  • Due to incorrect information received, the phone number for information on The Magical Meadows “Magical Derby” fundraiser was listed incorrectly in an April 25 article. The correct number is 574-551-6723.
    The fundraiser is May 4 at Toyota of Warsaw.
  • A brief in Wednesday’s edition of the Times-Union incorrectly stated the date the Kosciusko County Democrat party will hold a reorganization meeting.
    The correct date is March 2 at 10 a.m. at the Democrat headquarters at 417 E. Winona Ave.,  Warsaw.
  • In the Madison Elementary School citizen of the month list for January 2013, Tuesday, a name was misspelled. The correct spelling is Kaymen Delph, kindergarten.
  • Pie Eyed Petey’s, Leesburg, will open at 10 a.m. Saturday for the fourth annual Polar Bear Plunge, not 9 a.m. as previously reported. Sign-up also begins at 10 a.m, with the jump at 1 p.m.
  • Warsaw City Council member Elaine Call was reported Tuesday as voting against reductions of $869,219 to the 2013 city budget.
  • The project to clean up the Tippecanoe River discussed at recent Kosciusko County Commissioners meeting was begun by the Lake Tippecanoe Property Owners Inc., according to LTPO Vice-president Jon Tyler. It was previously reported as the Tippecanoe River Property Owners Association.
    The LTPO began discussions in early spring 2013 and was joined by Kosciusko Lakes and Streams and Kosciusko County Emergency Management Director Ed Rock, Tyler said.
  • A story Tuesday on Eisenhower raising money for the Battsons contained an error due to incorrect information received. The Battsons were adopted by the Eisenhower Student Council, not the PTO.
  • A booking report in the Wednesday, Dec. 5 edition contained incorrect information. The report should have stated that Fernando Martinez was arrested on charges of possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia with intent to introduce a controlled substance. His bond was set at $450.
  • There is a clarification for the story of Owen and Marilyn Cornelius being commissioned for missionary ministry appearing on 7B in Thursday’s edition. Marilyn was a servent in the Lincoln School Bible Club, meeting after school.   
    Also, the address for Cornerstone Bible Institute is in Hot Springs, S.D.
  • The article on the Baker Youth Club in Monday’s paper contained an incorrect figure. The United Way has accounted for about one-third of BYC’s income in recent years – not two-thirds as stated Monday – though it is expected to increase to about 40 percent this year, according to BYC Director Tracy Furnivall.

    In addition, certified teachers who help in after-school satellite clubs are paid, not volunteers.
  • In Tuesday’s edition of the Times-Union one of the County Jail bookings was incorrect due to incorrect information received.
  • In the weekend edition of the Times-Union a judgement was incorrectly written. Jessue Monrow was not awarded $327. The judgment should read: Lacy Francis Sr. vs. Jessie Monrow, 410 Wexford Place, Warsaw. Francis Sr. was awarded $327, plus interest and cost.
  • In the photo cutline with Monday’s Kosciusko County Commissioners story, Troop 715 Eagle Scout Kole Smith (standing second from right in the picture) was misidentified. The photo cutline should read:
  • Zebulen Dotson, 34, Warsaw, was erroneously included in the public occurrences Oct. 29 and Nov. 5. He does not have new charges against him, but was sentenced to weekend service following a May 23 arrest for driving while intoxicated.
  • A sentence in a letter in Thursday’s edition was missing the word “never” which changed the meaning.
  • In Thursday’s edition of the Times-Union  under the headline “Airport Hears About Savings In Electric Line Lowering Project,” the Warsaw Municipal Airport cannot lease a hangar owned by the city with a purchase option.
  • In the Oct. 6 issue of the Times-Union the name of Louis Garman was spelled incorrectly in the court news section.  The  marriage license should read Thomas Stewart King, 28, and Lois Delania Garman, 27, both of South Maple Avenue, Warsaw.
  • The headline “Three Ft. Wayne Attorneys Honored” on page 5D of the Oct. 6 and 7 weekend edition was technically innacurate. While Beers Mallers Back & Salin is a Fort Wayne-based firm and two of the attorneys mentioned practice there, the third attorney, W. Wayne Walston, lives in Warsaw and practices in the Warsaw branch of the firm.
  • In Saturday’s edition of the Times-Union Richard Miller, 29, LaGrange is not marrying Ashley R. Koontz, 21, 14th St., Winona Lake.

    Rihard Miller, is marrying Dianna M. Yoder, 22, West CR 1350N, Nappanee.

    Ashley Koontz, will marry John M. Miller, 24, Sunset Drive, Winona Lake.

  • A letter to the editor concerning the Barbee Regional Sewer District that appeared in the Sept. 13 Times-Union requires clarification.

    The letter writer refers to a “Doctor Dick.”

    Dr. David Dick, Winona Lake, is not the “Doctor Dick” referred to in the letter and has no affiliation or interest in the Barbee Regional Sewer District.
  • A caption under a photograph on the front page of Tuesday’s Times-Union contained incorrect information.

    The caption should have stated the photographer, Linda Berger, lives on Pike Lake.
  • Peggy Ciula will have a book signing for her first book, “What is Life?” Aug. 17 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Next Chapter book store, 116B S. Buffalo St., Warsaw.

    A story in the Aug. 9 edition of Leisure indicated the book signing was at the Emporium.
  • The budget story for Kosciusko Area Bus Services had incorrect information in Tuesday’s edition of the Times-Union.
  • In the court news for July 21 the age of Donna Salazar was incorrect. The marriage license should read Joshua Mead, 34, and Donna Salazar, 38, both of North Walnut Street, Etna Green.
  • A story in Wednesday’s Times-Union concerning a lawsuit filed by Dr. Dane Miller against Brent Wilcoxson, former director of Winona Restoration Partners, contained incorrect information: Miller was identified as a founder of Winona Restoration Partners. Miller was not a founder.

    The organization was founded by Wilcoxson and others. Miller joined  later.
  • In Monday’s edition of the Times-Union under the photo “Early Morning Crash” the victim was incorrectly named. Lorna Clark was not the victim; Stephanie Stump, 33, South CR 500E, Pierceton, was.
  • Due to a design error, several names were left off a recent story about Kosciusko County 4-H royalty.
  • Incorrect information was received for the “Kosciusko FIT Finalists Prove Commitment To Health” story in Wednesday’s edition. Holly Hummitch took first place, not third.

    The hours for the Syracuse-Wawasee Garden Club’s Garden Walk is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, not from 1 to 4 p.m. that was originally submitted.
  • In Tuesday’s edition of the Times-Union, under the photo titled “Man Hurt In Fall,” the apartment complex was incorrectly named. The man was at Eastgate Apartments not Orchard Ridge Apartments.

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