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  • Downtown North Manchester Cancer Awareness/Celebration Planned; Cemetery Spring Clean Up Deadline Set For Leesburg, Oswego, Monoquet
  • The April meeting of the Alzheimer’s and Dementia Services of Northern Indiana caregiver support group has been canceled. 
  • Ivy Tech Fort Wayne And Warsaw To Host Enrollment Days For Summer, Fall; Parkview Warsaw Center For Healthy Living Hosts Check-Up Day Tuesday; Jellybean Jog Scheduled For April 13
  • Grace College will welcome Dr. Georgia Purdom, ministry content administrator for Answers in Genesis, to campus on Thursday.
  • ISP To Have Checkpoint In Whitley County; Texas Roadhouse Opens Monday
  • Madison Elementary Undergoes Precautionary Safety ‘Lock Out’; Fish, Tenderlion Fry Saturday; Akron Lions Fish Fry Saturday
  • Dukes Warns Of ‘Emergency’ Scam; Wawasee Community Schools Kindergarten Round-Up Set For March 21; Oakwood Cemetery Spring Clean-Up
  • Dietician To Discuss Meal Preparation; Prom, Bridal Expo Saturday
  • KCSO Seeking Lake Patrol Deputies
    Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office is seeking qualified candidates to serve as lake patrol deputies.
  • Interpretive Hike Saturday
    The Lilly Center for Lakes and Streams and Wawasee Area Conservancy Foundation are hosting a spring interpretive hike from 10 to11 a.m. Saturday.
  • Rager Honored For Youth Camp Work
    Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Deputy Chris Rager was honored Thursday in Indianapolis for 20 years of service with the annual Indiana Sheriff's Association Youth Leadership Camp.
  • Local Business News 2.23.2019
    Skibowski Earns RE/MAX Award; Two Join Coldwell-Banker Office; Chamber Hosting Career Expo For High School Students; Glam Gets Facade Grant From WCDC

  • Peripheral Neuropathy Group Meets Feb. 27; Alzheimer’s Support Group Meets Thursday
  • On The Ice
    A pair of fishermen take in today's early morning sun to try their luck ice fishing on Crystal Lake. Although the weekend is calling for rain, next week's temperatures will be conducive for more fishing on the ice.
  • Local Musician To Perform At WCPL; Cake Auction, Pinewood Derby Saturday; Daffodil Days Orders Being Accepted

  • The deadline for registering for the Kosciusko County Soil and Water Conservation District sponsored 2019 Indiana Master Naturalist classes has been extended until Feb. 28.
  • The Indiana Department of Transportation announced that traffic will be restricted to one lane on Ind. 13 in two locations in Kosciusko County, weather permitting.
  • Human sex trafficking is a growing epidemic in the country.

    The nature of this modern-day slavery is that it is performed in secret, often in the dark, and therefore usually goes unnoticed.  But it doesn’t have to, according to a news release from Grace College.
  • Rep. Jim Banks Announces Town Hall Meeting In South Whitley; Miller Scholarship Applications Accepted; Plack Honored By Magazine
  • American Legion Herbert Kuhn Post 253 in North Webster will host Sportsman’s Night from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday at the Post, 756 S. Main St.
  • Tri-Lakes Lions Plan Fish, Tenderloin Fry; WCHS Art Students Highly Decorated At Scholastic Art Competition
  • Beaman Home Partners With Goodwill Career Center; ‘Gathering Of Hope’ April 25; Warsaw Office Closed Monday, Trash Service Moved To Tuesday; ‘Elimination Dieting’ Presented March 25
  • Goodwill Job Fair Wednesday; Akron Lions Fish Fry Saturday
  • KCSO Releases January Calls, Fish, Chicken, Tenderloin Fry Set For Saturday
  • Due to some problems that were encountered, the Anchorage Road construction work in Warsaw will need to continue through Friday, adding one more day to the original closure length, according to a news release from the city.
  • WCS Food And Nutrition Department To Host Open Interviews; WCHS, WACC To Host Showcase For Grades 8-11; Silver Lake Lions Fish Fry Saturday;

    Fundraiser For Haiti Hungry No More Planned Tuesday

  • Purdue Fans Win Bell-Ringing Challenge; RSD Announces Board Meeting Dates; Nisly Invites Students To Page In Indy; County Announced 2019 Meeting Dates
  • Winona Offices Closed For Christmas; Trash Day Moved; APC Skipping January Meeting; Wawasee Board Meeting Moved
  • The Warsaw Community Schools orchestra program invites the public to the orchestra holiday concert at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Warsaw Community High School Performing Arts Center.

    The orchestra is under the direction of Heather Brannock.

    There is no admission charge for the concert, and members of the community are welcome to attend.

  • Masons Give For Unpaid Lunch Program
    Pierceton Masonic Lodge 377 recently raised $100 for the Kosciusko County Sheriff's “No Shave November” elementary school unpaid lunch program. Pictured are Worshipful Master Stuart Smith (L) making the check presentation to Sheriff’s deputy Justin Smith. Both are Brothers of Pierceton Lodge.
  • Blood Pressure Info Thursday; Bingo &?Santa’s Workshop Saturday
  • Honeywell Foundation Gets Grant Award; Fish Fry Saturday In Akron
  • A college symphony orchestra will perform at At Warsaw Performing Arts Center Saturday night.

    Western Michigan University Symphony Orchestra will perform at 7 p.m. at Warsaw Community High School.
  • The Warsaw Rotary Club will celebrate the annual "Rotary Toy Day" at its meeting at noon Friday at the Shrine Building, Kosciusko County Fairgrounds.
  • Magical Meadows will host “Deck the Stalls” from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday at its facility at 3386 E. CR 525N, Warsaw.
  • Leesburg Candelaria and Christmas Party will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday at the old firehouse in Leesburg.
  • An Alzheimer’s and Dementia Caregivers Support Group will meet at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Parkview Center for Healthy Living inside the YMCA, 1305 Mariners Drive, Warsaw. 

  • Lutheran Health Network KCH will host Neurosurgeon Rudy Kachmann, MD of the Kachmann Mind Body Institute to their campus on Dec. 8 at 11 a.m. in the KCH Administration Classroom.
  • The Pierceton Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring its 10th Annual Primitives and Antiques show. from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 1 at Pierceton Elementary School, 434 S. First St.
  • Ladies’ Night Out Dec. 4 At Fairgrounds; Holiday Remembrance Service Dec. 1; Winona Trash Pickup Rescheduled
  • Leesburg Council To Meet In Executive Session Monday Night; Fire Association Collecting For Toys 4 Tots; Deer reduction at Trine SRA, Nov. 26-27; DNR To Test Hunter-Harvested Deer For Disease This Weekend
  • Free Thanksgiving Meal Friday In Akron; Fish Fry Events In Claypool and Akron Saturday
  • Wawasee Key Club Food Drive; WCS To Host Job Fair Saturday; Winona Offices Closed Monday; Lions Fry Is Saturday


  • The Tri-Lakes Lions Club will have a fish and tenderloin from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday.
  • Early bird pricing is available until Monday for Manchester Main Street’s seventh annual Holiday Gala Dec. 1 in the Cordier Auditorium on the campus of Manchester University.
  • Warsaw Community Schools’ middle school band, choir and orchestra departments will present their Veterans Day concerts at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. Thursday in the Lakeview Middle School gymnasium.
  • Wellness Expert To Speak; Potato Drop Saturday; Purdue Extension Offers Youth New Landscape Challenge; Veteran ‘Stand Down’ Wednesday;

    Time Change Means Extra Hour For Alcoholic Beverage Sales
  • Join the YMCA for an informative “lunch and learn” session on the YMCA’s Blood Pressure Self-Monitoring program.
  • Shrine Club Receives $500 Donation
    The American Legion, Sons of the American Legion Squadron 49 recently donated $500 to the Kosciusko County Shrine Club Turkey Shoot to benefit the Shrine Children’s Hospitals.
  • How Do You Define Yourself?
    Who am I?

    That is a question that we all ask ourselves at one time or another. When I was growing up, my view of myself was based on the few close family members and friends that I had face-to-face contact with on a daily basis.
  • The North Webster Lady Lions Club annual holiday shopping bazaar will be from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at North Webster Community Center.
  • Donation To Beaman Home
    The Beaman Home recently received a $100 check from the Associate Chapter of Warsaw Kappa Kappa Kappa in support of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
  • Christmas Craft Bazaar Nov. 3; Leaf Pickup Begins Monday In Warsaw
  • ‘Conversation Panel’ On Aging Tuesday; Two Hearings Set On Rate Hike Request For Indiana American Water
  • Nov. 3 Lady Lions Bazaar Accepting Vendors; Ind. 14 Closed East Of Silver Lake
  • Due to a technical error, a quote from Mayor Joe Thallemer in Monday’s story “Fire Territory Celebrates 3rd Station” referenced the wrong township.
  • Cub Scouts All-You-Can Eat Breakfast Oct. 27; LCA Hosting Fall Break Day Wednesday; Fire Dept. Hosts Halloween, Breakfast Events
  • Silver Lake Lions Club Announces Halloween Party Information; Whitko Addresses Passing Of Coach
  • Sunset Drive in Warsaw will be closed Thursday, beginning around 8:30 a.m. for road paving, according to news release from the city.
  • Friends Of WCPL Hosting Book Sale Oct. 25-27, Claypool Lions Fish Fry Saturday
  • Historical Society Dinner Wednesday; Three Men And A Tenor Saturday; Taste Of Kosciusko To Be Held Saturday; AWL Adoption Event Sunday
  • Ranch Road RR Crossing To Be Closed Monday, Tuesday
    The Ranch Road railroad crossing will be closed on Monday and Tuesday, contingent on weather conditions.
  • “The Brother's Grimm Spectaculathon” will be presented Friday and Saturday evening at the Whitko Jr/Sr High School auditorium.

    Start time is 7 p.m. Tickets  at the door are $7 for adults and $5 for students.

  • WCHS Hosting College Fair, FASFA Help; WCS Beginning Band To Host Concert; Akron Lions Fish Fry Planned Saturday; CCS?Sleepout Sponsorship Registration Closes Tuesday; Burket Food Pantry Open On Wednesday; Tippcanoe Lake Gates Opening Nov. 1; AWL Pet Adoption Event Sunday
  • Fish, Chicken and Tenderloin Available In Silver Lake Saturday; Grave Cleanup In Lakeview Cemetery In Silver Lake To Be Completed By Monday;

    WCHS Annual Fall Concert Tuesday
  • Wawasee Choral Fundraiser Oct. 12; Milford Town Meetings Next Week
  • Fire Station Open House Oct. 20; Road Closures In Warsaw; Milford FD?Barbecue Sunday
  • Warsaw Lions Club To Hand Out Peppermint Candies At First Friday Event; Wawasee Choir Concert Is Oct. 9; Alzheimer’s Support Group Meets Tuesday
  • Series On Senior Living, Aging At Parkview;
  • Roadwork Affects Three Streets In Warsaw; INDOT?Road Repairs To Begin Wednesday; DUI Roving Patrols, Checkpoints To Be Set Up Around The County Saturday; Valley FFA Hosting Fish, Tenderloin Fry; Fruit And Nut Sale Deadline Is Oct. 5
  • In accordance with the Open Door Law, I.C. 5-14-1.5-1, Grace Schools Charter Authority LLC will hold a board meeting open to the public from 10 a.m. to noon Friday in Westminster Hall, Conference Room A, 105 9th St., Winona Lake.
  • Meet The Candidates Night Is Monday; Extension Offers Diabetes Food Education; Syracuse Cub Scout Popcorn Sale Underway
  • Spots Available For Meijer Gardens, ArtFest Bus Trip To Grand Rapids, Mich.; Free Community Dinner Thursday
  • 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.
  • The Warsaw Community High School Tigers’ Pride invites the public to a “Tailgate Concert” at 5:30 p.m. Monday in the administration center parking lot.
  • Akron Lions Hosting Fish Fry Saturday; CROP Walk Scheduled For Sept. 30
  • Girl Scouts Open House Tuesday; Claypool Lions Hosting Fish, Tenderloin Fry Saturday; Burket UMC Announces Dates For Food Pantry; Salvation Army Women’s Annual Fruit, Nut Sale Underway
  • Silver Lake Lions Fish Fry Saturday; Girl Power’ STEM?Event At Wawasee
  • Winona Lake Town Offices Closed Monday, Trash Collection Schedule Changed; Run To Benefit Habitat For Humanity Sept. 29
  • Questa Awards Beckman Scholarship To Two Locals; Questa Awards Dodez Scholarship To A Local Student
  • Road Closure Planned for S.R. 19, Work Scheduled To Begin Monday; Tippecanoe Valley To Host Distinguished Alumni Dinner; Purdue Extension Seeks Youth To Participate In Food Challenge
  • Co-Founder Of Church In Israel To Speak; WCS To Restrict Turn Options At Ind. 15 Parking Lot Exit
  • Man Arrested On Drug, Violence Charges
    A North Manchester man pleaded not guilty Thursday after being arrested Monday on drug, domestic violence and other charges.
  • The Lawrence D. Bell Aircraft Museum will hold its annual “Rotors Over Mentone” from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 25.

    The museum is at 210 S. Oak St. Admission and parking are free.
  • The Wawasee High School Robotics Team will have its first regular build session for the 2018-19 Turning Point competition season from 3:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday.
  • Health Department Warns Of Ticks; Correction

  • Students will return to Wawasee Community Schools on Aug. 15, but will on the regular schedule.
  • Penguin Point Big Wheel Winners
    Penguin Point announced its Big Wheel winners.
  • Leesburg Elementary Hosting Back-To- School Bus Tour To Meet Staff, Drivers; Rotors Over Mentone Aug. 25
  • News Briefs 8.1.2018