LOCAL NEWS

Warsaw Woman Injured In Collision With School Bus

A Warsaw woman was injured and transported to the hospital after a collision with a Warsaw Community Schools bus Monday.

Fog Machine Sets Off Fire Alarm

Firefighters were dispatched to the Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts shortly before 1 a.m. Tuesday after receiving a call for a fire alarm.

Purple Heart Recipient Tim Boone Is May’s Veteran Of The Month

A U.S. Army Special Forces veteran who served in the Vietnam War, Purple Heart recipient Tim Boone, of Warsaw, is the May 2024 Kosciusko County Veteran of the Month.

Pavilion Management Company Seeks To Terminate Contract With Winona

WINONA LAKE – The town of Winona Lake will be out of a management company to oversee the Miller Sunset Pavilion as of July 31.

Commissioners Table Cargo Containers Ordinance For Further Review

An ordinance regarding cargo containers was tabled today by the Kosciusko County Commissioners for further review by the Area Plan Commission after the commissioners and attorney Steve Snyder expressed some concerns about it.

Change Of Plea Hearing Scheduled For Suspect In 1975 Murder Of Laurel Jean Mitchell

AUBURN — A change of plea hearing has been scheduled for one of the men arrested in the murder of North Webster teenager Laurel Jean Mitchell, a case that has remained cold since 1975.

Salvation Army Giving Hygiene Items To Veterans In Cooperation With Purina

The Salvation Army is giving away gift bags of hygiene items to veterans in cooperation with Purina Animal Nutrition of Milford.

Stamp Out Hunger Collects 5,200 Pounds Of Food

The "Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive", collected 5,200 pounds of food on May 11.

Warsaw Community Schools Launches RAMP Program

Warsaw Community Schools' first Regional Advance Manufacturing Pathway program group of 18 students attended a ceremony to sign up to work with four local manufacturers.

Whitko Approves Clark As High School Principal

LARWILL – Jodie Clark was approved as incoming principal at Whitko Junior Senior High School on Monday during the Whitko School Board regular meeting.

Grant May Provide Warsaw Community Schools With AI Tool

If awarded a grant, students and teachers at Warsaw Community Schools will have access to an artifical intelligence tool next year.

Wagon Wheel Executive Director Resigns

A news release from Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts Executive Director Lakesha Green and another release from the Wagon Wheel Board of Directors this morning announced Green’s resignation.

Warsaw Community Schools Undergoes Administration Changes

Several staff changes were announced during the Warsaw School Board meeting Monday.

LaunchPad Seeks Change In MOU With City On ARPA Funds

LaunchPad Director Sherry Searles went before the Warsaw Common Council on Monday to request a change in the memorandum of understanding between them on how LaunchPad can use its ARPA funds from the city.

Kosciusko Connect Brings Fiber Internet Education To Local Sixth-Graders

Kosciusko Connect, a fiber internet provider and subsidiary of Kosciusko REMC, recently partnered with Washington STEM Academy to deliver an “engaging and educational” experience to sixth-grade students, according to a news release from Kosciusko Connect.