Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Lootens Will Succeed Boren as Cardinal Executive Director

Warsaw, Indiana ─ The Cardinal Services Board of Directors has named Vickie Lootens as executive director, effective July 1, after accepting Matthew Boren’s decision to resign from...

Hephzibah House Asst. Director Speaks Out Against Allegations

The assistant director of Hephzibah House is speaking out after a two-part series aired on Dr. Phil earlier this month about the boarding school. Pastor...

START UNITED aims to get 1,000 kids Ready-to-Go back to school

The United Way of Kosciusko County is partnering with Warsaw and Wawasee schools to help give students a boost through the rest of the...

Kids at Riley Children’s Hospital keeping in good spirits during pandemic

Some people choose not to wear masks. Kids who are patients at Riley Children's Health are keeping safe, and in some cases are doing...

Local Gold Star Families honored during ceremony Tuesday

Local Gold Star Families were honored during a dedication ceremony at the Kosciusko County Courthouse Tuesday morning. The event was put together by Kosciusko Honor...

Boy dies following stabbing, shooting incident at Wabash home

Indiana State Police say a 10-year-old boy has died after allegedly being stabbed by his father who was later wounded by police officers who...

Indiana teacher gun training plan failing amid opposition

A proposal for requiring annual training for teachers who carry guns inside Indiana schools has been scuttled amid a disagreement over whether it infringed...

Winona Lake Closes Town Hall, Parks To The Public

Winona Lake Town Manager Craig Allebach released the action the town will be taking starting today regarding the COVID-19. Beginning today, until further notice, Winona...

Republican Caucus Set For Syracuse Ward 3 Seat

Kosciusko County Republican Central Committee has called for a second caucus within the past month. This time, it’s to fill the Syracuse Town Board...

Infection rates soar in college towns as students return

MUNCIE, Ind. (AP) — College towns across the U.S. have emerged as virus hot spots in recent weeks as schools struggle to contain the...