Winona Lake temporarily sets aside utility late fees

Winona Lake’s utility billing system continues to be a mess.

Go Rogue Warsaw promotes Valentines fun on Wednesday night

Go Rogue Warsaw will celebrate Valentine's Day on Wednesday night with some downtown specials.

‘Happy Beans’ coffee sales to help with wheelchair purchase for Jefferson student

Residents in Winona Lake are rallying behind a 12-year-old boy who suffers from Spina Bifida and is facing major surgery in March that will necessitate a bigger wheelchair to accommodate his needs.

White, Tenney are 2023 Man & Woman of the Year

Every year the recipients of the Man and Woman of the Year Awards at the Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Dinner are surprised.

Bills to employ school chaplains, allow religious instruction move forward in legislature

Lines between church and state blurred at the Indiana Statehouse on Wednesday as lawmakers gave the go-ahead for two education bills that seek to increase students’ access to faith leaders and religious instruction.

Suzanne Crouch at Legion Post 49, Lakeland Christian on Friday

Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch, a Republican candidate for governor, will be visiting American Legion Post 49 in Warsaw at 5 p.m. Friday, Jan. 26.

Infant & toddler care in Kosciusko gets $2.8M boost from Lilly Endowment

Kosciusko County Community Foundation announced it received a $2,838,000 grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. to strengthen the learning and development of very young children in the northeastern Indiana community.

A visitor from the north

December and January are my busiest two months of the year.

Winona Lake looks at grant money to buy Tesla police cars

If awarded a grant, the Winona Lake Police Department could be going electric on about half of their vehicle fleet.

Road closings for Monday listed

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