Friday, January 27, 2023

Whitko Schools Staff Get Bonuses

Whitko Schools staff members got a nice surprise during Teacher Appreciation Week this week. The corporation is thanking their staff with a special $1,000 stipend...

Kincaid Appeals Sentence In Neglect Case, Seeks New Trial

The babysitter serving a 30-year prison sentence for the death of 11-month-old Emma Grace Leeman has filed an appeal requesting a new trial or...

Kosciusko County Drops to “Yellow”

Improving numbers on the COVID front have allowed Kosciusko County, along with some neighboring counties, to improve one more advisory level. In the latest update...

Ivy Tech Fort Wayne to offer classes at Marshall Community Center in Columbia City

Whitley County Consolidated Schools and Ivy Tech Community College Fort Wayne are pleased to announce a new partnership at the Marshall Community Center (107...

Whitko Career Academy partners with WishBone, Red Star for student opportunities

A new partnership with a local medical company is opening up opportunities for high school students looking to get into the engineering field. Warsaw-based WishBone...

Massive Generosity from Builders Mart & DeWalt Benefits Students

Thursday afternoon was a time of celebration for Whitko Career Academy Students. Only days into the new year, and WCA has established a new partnership...

Next Wave of Hoosier Vaccinations Underway, Includes 70-and-Up

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indiana State Department of Health says residents 70 and older can now register to receive coronavirus vaccinations as Indiana continues...

Weekend explosion kills one in Columbia City

One man has died in a Saturday warehouse explosion in Whitley County. State Police say the explosion occurred around 9 a.m. in Columbia City. First...

Whitko Schools Superintendent Penrod Resigning

Dr. Brandon Penrod announced his resignation as Whitko Community Schools superintendent, citing a new job offering more family time as his reason for leaving. “It’s...

First responders stay busy with several traffic incidents on Monday

Law enforcement and first responders had a busy Monday responding to several incidents. The first happened east of Syracuse where one person had to be...