Clay Trustee Metzger resigns; GOP caucus announced

Clay Township Trustee Jacob Metzger has announced his resignation, which will require a Republican caucus to fill the vacancy.

Four road closings today for utility project

The following roads are closed Friday as a result of on-going utility pole replacement work in Kosciusko County:

Judge finds primary law unconstitutional; grants candidate John Rust injunction

A candidate for Congress won an injunction from a Marion County court late Thursday after the judge found a state law that limits who can run on a primary ballot is unconstitutional.

Post 49 honors those killed and injured at Pearl Harbor

The American Legion Post 49 in Warsaw held a brief ceremony at noon Thursday to recall the attack on Pearl Harbor that plunged the United States into World War II.

KEDCo’s CEO, Alan Tio, stepping down

lan Tio, the CEO of Kosciusko Economic Development Corporation, is stepping down.

Five road closings today for utility work

The following roads are closed Thursday as a result of on-going utility pole replacement work in Kosciusko County:

Eppenbaugh back in custody after fleeing police in Nappanee

A Warsaw man who was arrested last Friday after police say he stole a police car and led them on a chase that ended in Michigan has been arrested again.

Foreign language classes gain momentum at Warsaw Community Schools

A new study shows that fewer college students are taking foreign language courses, but that’s not the case with students at Warsaw Community High schools.

College football’s Fishy Four

The teams that will play for the College Football Playoff’s National Championship have been selected.

State Education Secretary supports stricter third-grade retention law

Indiana’s top education official on Tuesday said she wants Hoosier lawmakers to toughen the state’s third grade retention policies — while keeping some exemptions in place — as part of an “urgent” push to improve dismal literacy rates.