Grace College Students Chosen to Present at Communication Research Conference

WINONA LAKE, IND. – Grace College communication students Olivia Romeo and Katelyn Smith were among sixteen undergraduate students from area schools selected to present...

Grace College & Seminary Welcomes Four New Faculty Members

This fall, Grace College welcomes four new faculty members to campus: Dr. Martha-Elena Granados, assistant professor of languages (Spanish); Mr. Aaron Winey, media arts program...

Tiger Talk 8-24-19

Tiger Talk 8-24-19

Dredging Under Way On Winona Lake

WINONA LAKE – Winona Lake patrons and residents may have noticed barrels in the lake lately and wondered what they are. The canals are being...

NET 43 Makes Pair of Arrests in Drug-related Investigation

WINONA LAKE -- Two were arrested in Winona Lake Tuesday morning following a drug investigation. Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Sergeant Chris Francis says the Narcotics Enforcement...

Full Enrollment for Grace College’s First Annual Engineering Camp

WINONA LAKE – A recent week-long engineering camp was successful at Grace College as a fully enrolled camp of 20 middle school students worked...

Grace College eliminating staff positions, not filling vacancies

Grace College confirmed a reduction in its workforce late Thursday evening. Twelve full- and part-time staff positions were eliminated, nine vacant positions will go unfilled...

Kevin Gelbaugh named new Fire Chief for Winona Lake

Kevin Gelbaugh is Winona Lake’s new volunteer fire department chief. The Winona Lake Town Council approved of him to serve in that position at its...

Grace College Math Professor elected Indiana Chair of Mathematical Association of America

Dr. Kris Farwell, mathematics program director at Grace College, was elected the Indiana Chair of Mathematical Association of America (MAA), the world’s largest community of mathematicians,...

Winona Lake Plan Commission approves rental ordinance draft

Winona Lake Plan Commission approved changes to the draft of an ordinance regarding rentals Thursday. The 9-1 vote was to accept changes to an ordinance...