Three file for Warsaw school board election

Filing for local school board races began Tuesday morning, with three Warsaw candidates at the Kociusko County clerk’s office bright and early.

Milford Food Bank distribution center plans announced

The Milford Food bank will break ground on Wednesday for a new distribution center on James Street.

Bradley assigned as SRO with Warsaw Schools

Warsaw Community Schools is pleased to announce that, in partnership with the Warsaw Police Department, Kelly Bradley has been appointed as the School Resource Officer for Washington, Lincoln, Eisenhower and Harrison Elementary Schools.

Overcrowding in Tri-Lakes leads to relocation of largemouth bass

Wildlife experts have begun relocating lots of largemouth bass from one lake to another in northern Indiana.

Green resigns as executive director at Wagon Wheel

Lakesha Green has announced her departure as executive director of Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts.

Dani Barkey departing; Other WCS changes announced

Warsaw Community Schools announced key administrative changes affecting various positions at Monday's school board meeting.

Bike festival stands out across the state, says Bicycle Indiana director

Bicycling enthusiasts, both far and near, praised this year's annual Fat and Skinny Tire Fest.

State updates new literacy training mandate following criticism from teachers

In response to widespread pushback from Hoosier educators, state officials have issued new guidance — with more “flexibility” — on a new literacy licensure requirement that was adopted by the General Assembly earlier this year.

Ballot error led to mistake involving precinct and delegate races

Human error led to some voters in the May primary election receiving the wrong ballot.

CDC data reports nearly 18% decrease in Indiana overdose deaths

By Whitney Downard Indiana Capital Chronicle INDIANAPOLIS — The Hoosier state saw the second-highest percentage decrease nationwide for overdose deaths in 2023 at nearly 18%, compared...