Indiana’s communities face population declines, farm sales, child care shortages, hospital closures and more but lawmakers hope to turn the tide and enable growth.
The Kosciusko Community YMCA officially broke ground on Monday for what will be known as the Downtown Warsaw YMCA — the third facility operated by the Y in Kosciusko County.
The annual Shrine Turkey Shoot will be Oct. 14-15 at Beeson’s Gun Range.
Honor Flight Northeast Indiana is slated for its 45th Honor Flight from Fort Wayne on Oct. 11.
Complaints about student debt relief scams are increasing as the date approaches for borrowers to restart payment on their student loans after more than a three-year pause.
Indiana lawmakers Jim Banks, Rudy Yakym and Mike Braun were among a handful o Hoosiers to oppose the last-minute agreement on Saturday that averted a government shutdown.
Friday's highly anticipated match up between Wawasee and Warsaw for the coveted “W’ trophy turned into a battle in which the Tigers prevailed.
This game is being tabbed as the Valley game of the Century according to Valley historian Micah Lukens. That’s a tough bill to live up to, but Death Valley football will have every opportunity to do that in a top ten match-up against West Lafayette.
Indiana’s road funding money comes largely from motor fuel taxes, and with that revenue expected to drop, lawmakers and transportation experts convened Thursday to figure out how to finance the state’s future infrastructure needs.
Austin Rovenstine was appointed to the Kosciusko County Election Board Thursday by the county Republican Chair Mike Ragan.
A Wabash man died after a two-vehicle crash early Thursday morning crash south of Milford.
Warsaw Community High School will host its annual homecoming festivities on Friday
The Warsaw Community High School Choral Department will present their Fall Concert on Tuesday, October 10 at 7:30 p.m. in the WCHS Performing Arts Center.
State Auditor Tera Klutz announced Thursday she is leaving her post with more than three years left in her term — the fourth state auditor in a row to resign early.
This column is painful to write.
The Parkview Warsaw YMCA is hosting the Kosciusko Community Wellness Fair on Oct. 7.
A Larwill man who works at the General Motors plant in Fort Wayne isn’t waiting for the autoworkers strike to impact his job.
After months and months of extensive renovations that took it down to the bone, the community and its biggest employer celebrated the reopening of the renamed Zimmer Biomet Center Lake Pavilion on Wednesday.