Thursday, March 23, 2023

Wawasee senior among seven to recevie full-ride scholarships to Purdue Fort Wayne

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 major bridge project on the west end of Center and Market streets in Warsaw.

US 31 crash near Lapaz leaves one dead

A Rochester man died in a single-vehicle crash Monday afternoon south of Lapaz.