Tuesday, March 28, 2023

Winona Lake BZA rejects liquor store proposal

A proposal to open the first liquor store in the history of Winona Lake was met with an avalanche of opposition Monday night.

Industrial-grade fridge donated to CCS

Combined Community Services has received a new refrigerator thanks to local dairy farmer Andy Fosnaugh with Fosnaugh Farms.

Home show organizers think they’ve found a ‘home’

For the third consecutive year, the annual Home and Outdoor Show was held at Warsaw Community High School’s TRAC – the Tiger Recreation and Activities Center.

WCS bus drivers recognized by Baker Youth Club

Warsaw Community Schools’ bus drivers were recently recognized at the Baker Youth Club annual fundraiser.

13-year-old girl hit along Old Road 30

A 13-year-old girl was injured Sunday afternoon after she apparently walked into the path of a vehicle on Old road 30 Sunday afternoon.

Pedestrian suffers minor injury after being hit on SR 15N

A Warsaw man was injured after being hit by a pickup while walking on the side of the road on Ind. 15 near West Levi Lee Road Thursday.

K21 Health Foundation announces promotion, new office manager

K21 Health Foundation announced changes in their staff as they began their work for the community in 2023.

Trump, Pence and Braun among speakers at NRA event in Indy

Donald Trump and Mike Pence are both scheduled to speak at the upcoming NRA convention in Indianapolis.

Kosciusko County officials warn of tax bill sticker shock

Tax experts are warning that residential property owners in Kosciusko County and across the state will likely face some sticker shock in the next few weeks when they receive property tax bills.

WCHS choirs perform Tuesday

The Warsaw Community High School Choral Department will present its Classics Concert at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday in the WCHS Performing Arts Center.

WCS studying future of Lakeview Middle School

Warsaw Community Schools is embarking on a study on what to do with Lakeview Middle School on East Smith Street in Warsaw.

Center Lake pier in Warsaw will be removed this year

Nothing has been finalized, but it appears Center Lake beach in Warsaw will likely be closed for at least part of the upcoming summer.

Goshen Mayor Stutsman stepping down to join Lacasa

Goshen Mayor Jeremy Stutsman announced during Founder’s Day Wednesday that he is resigning later this year.

Wawasee senior among seven to receive full-ride scholarships to Purdue Fort...

A Wawasee High School senior is one of seven students who will receive full, four-year scholarships to Purdue University Fort Wayne based on their academic merit and community involvement has reached its life-changing climax.

It was truly a ‘Season of Grace’

The basketball season is over for Grace College, but my goodness, what a season it was.

House committee passes ban on gender-affirming care for minors

A House health committee advanced a bill Tuesday that would ban gender-affirming care for minors over the pleas of parents, doctors and transgender youth.

Tippecanoe Township office moving to community center

Beginning Monday, the Tippecanoe Township Trustee’s Office will be housed within the North Webster Community Center.

Rental fees set for Zimmer Biomet Center Lake Pavilion

New rental rates have been set for the Zimmer Biomet Center Lake Pavilion, which is expected to reopen this fall after renovations.

Congressman Yakym announces district-wide art contest

U.S. Rep. Rudy Yakym on Tuesday announced details for the annual Congressional Art Competition that's open to high school students throughout the Second District.

Villains rob Superhero Museum in Elkhart

The Hall of Heroes Superhero Museum in Elkhart was robbed after someone broke into the facility on Cassopolis Street early Sunday morning. 

Airport authority proposal heads to Kosciusko County Council for consideration

A proposal by the city of Warsaw to establish a city-county airport authority is now in the hands of the Kosciusko County Council.

Walnut Creek bridgework in Warsaw moving forward

Plans are moving forward on a ma