No new COVID cases reported in Kosciusko County in Wednesday update

There were no new positive COVID-19 cases reported in Kosciusko County in their Wednesday update. This leaves the county total at 62, along with one...

Opioid settlement money also sent to smaller towns

Indiana’s massive opioid settlement will bring millions and millions of dollars to Indiana and is unchartered territory for local officials whose job will be to use the money to fight the epidemic.

Nextremity Solutions expanding at Warsaw Tech Park

Warsaw-based musculoskeletal product development company Nextremity Solutions is expanding its operations to the Warsaw Technology Park. The company is partnering with West Hill Development to...

Sheriff’s office announces new hirings

Kosciusko County Sheriff’s office has announced numerous hirings including two officers, a director of dispatch and a director of work release.

Bowen Center CEO talks mental health, encourages people to reach out

If you have been struggling with mental health issues ever since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Bowen Center is extending a hand...

Warsaw airport manager outlines reasons for opting to airport authority

Warsaw Municipal Airport has outgrown what the city alone can support, so Monday the Common Council was asked to consider a resolution approving the establishment of a city-county airport authority.

Community Foundation Accepting Community Funds Grant Applications

Kosciusko County Community Foundation’s Community Funds Grant July cycle is quickly approaching. Any nonprofit that serves Kosciusko County in the areas of arts &...

Statewide tornado drill at 10:15 a.m. today

Don't be too alarmed if you hear sirens this morning.

Juneteenth event planned for Friday evening in Warsaw

A Juneteenth event and prayer vigil will be held in downtown Warsaw on Friday evening. The event, put together by ONE Warsaw, is a local...

Wawasee senior among seven to receive 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.