Money still available for small businesses through local loans

Roughly $500,000 remains available for small businesses who are still having trouble from the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Kosciusko Economic Development Corporation CEO Alan...

Parkview Health updates visitor restrictions

Parkview Health is updating its visitor restrictions, allowing one visitor per patient in a limited number of hospital units. The updated policy includes precautionary...

City Accepts Challenge To Better Understand Minorty Concerns

My daughter and I sat down at the kitchen table this past weekend to discuss the deplorable police action that occurred in Minneapolis, one...

Gatke Property Comes Under More Scrutiny

The Warsaw Redevelopment Commission approved an updated contaminated aquifer comfort letter and project status letter for the Gatzke site at the Monday afternoon meeting. City...

School reopening to be discussed at Wednesday press conference

More information about the reopening plan for Warsaw Schools are expected to be announced on Wednesday morning. Superintendent Dr. David Hoffert will be on the...

25 new COVID cases over the weekend in Kosciusko County, 334 now recovered

Kosciusko County saw another rise in COVID cases over this past weekend, while the number of those recovering also continues to rise. In their Monday...

Indiana students can return to sports, school activities

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Despite extended restrictions for some Indiana venues, ongoing concerns over the coronavirus won’t hamper students’ return to school sports and activities...

Heat wave expected to continue through this week

Another hot week is expected as one of the longest streaks of 90 degree temperatures could continue. The temperatures in Warsaw have reached 90 degrees...

Fourth COVID related death reported in Kosciusko County, 300 recoveries reported

The fourth COVID related death was reported by the Kosciusko County Health Department last Friday afternoon. No information was given on the person who...

Kosciusko County corrects COVID count, recoveries continue upward trend

Kosciusko County continues to see a rise in its COVID recoveries. In their Wednesday update, the Kosciusko County Health Department said 14 new cases have...