Saturday, January 28, 2023

Kosciusko Habitat accepting applications for housing program

Habitat for Humanity of Kosciusko County is accepting applications from people in need of a home.

Grace College, Mission Point Church host annual ‘Supermarket Sweep’

Grace College and Mission Point Community Church are inviting the public to participate in the annual Supermarket Sweep on Wednesday, Feb. 1 at Kroger, 2211 E. Center St., Warsaw.

One killed in SR 25 collision Thursday Night

One man was killed and several injured in a head-on collision Thursday night on Warsaw’s south side.

Silveus Insurance, ONE TEN Craft Meatery among Chamber honorees

On Thursday evening, the Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce held its 111 th Annual Chamber Awards Dinner at Grace College’s Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center in Winona Lake.

Hundreds rally for Public Health Day in Indianapolis

Health care workers from across the state gathered at the Statehouse Thursday to push the General Assembly on public health funding – an request that has repeatedly given legislators pause.

Decker, Ridley named Man and Woman of the Year by Chamber

Kosciusko County’s man and woman of the year were announced Thursday night.

Centenarian Bob Gast still helpling with Mobile Meals

Long-time Warsaw Rotary Club member, Bob Gast -- who helped establish the local mobile meals program nearly 50 years ago -- is still helping out.

Voss announces bid for Warsaw City Council

A Republican has announced plans to run for the Warsaw City Council seat currently held by Jeff Grose.

Students head to Fort Wayne for Shrine Circus Friday morning

Third Graders from Warsaw Community Schools will visit the Shrine Circus, in Fort Wayne, on Friday. 

U.S. Rep. Jim Banks, a Senate candidate, clarifies anti-abortion ‘travel ban’ stance

Third District Republican U.S. Rep. Jim Banks does want stronger anti-abortion laws but says he doesn’t believe measures banning travel from Indiana to abortion access states like Illinois is the answer.