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03-09-2007 - Goodwill In Need Of Donations - Jury Convicts Warsaw Man In Fleeing, Pot Case - Tractor Auction Will Help Defray Leeburg Tot’s Medical Expenses - Twp. Assessor Wants Meeting To Discuss ‘Personality Conflicts’

03-08-2007 - Jury Hears Testimony In Marijuana, Fleeing Case - Fort Wayne’s WPTA Regrets Being Cut From Warsaw Cable - Planners Balk At Zoning Change For Syracuse Utility Trailer-Maker - Teen held in vandalism spree - Warsaw man faces voyeur charge - Lilly Helps Fulfill Dreams Of Two Area Teachers

03-07-2007 - Commissioners OK McClure Lake Road Request - Driver Blacks Out, Van Hits House In North Webster - Manchester Schools Reviews 2007 Budget - Syracuse Man Pleads Guilty To Stealing Drugs From Ambulances - Warsaw Man Faces Intimidation Charge

03-06-2007 - Indy Architect Considers Gubernatorial Bid - Redevelopers OK Contract For Ind. 15N, CR 300N Improvements - Mentone Adds Street, Peddler Ordinances - Police Probe Possible Sexual Battery In Syracuse - ‘Trail Cam Bandits’ Convicted Of Theft

03-05-2007 - Infant Injured In Saturday Accident - Lakeland Art Association Moves Gallery, Programs To Pierceton

03-03-2007 - Warsaw Driver ‘Critical’ After Crash - Warsaw May Buy Building For Parks Department - Warsaw Couple Share Memories Of Vintage Cars Destroyed In Blaze - WCHS Plays Host To Percussion Competition Next Weekend

03-02-2007 - Weather Wreaks Havoc On Local Travel - Warsaw Man Critical After Mo-Ped Crash - Diversion Granted In Mischief Charges - Down Under, Lucky’s Permits Renewed - Traffic Commission Discusses Menards’ Truck Traffic Plan

03-01-2007 - Newspaper launches new, more fully-featured Web site - Police Reveal Details Of Prostitution Probe - 15-Year Sentence In Claypool Shooting - IEDC Regional Director Reviews Projects, Plans With KDI Board - Child Pornography, Exploitation Charges Bring 4-Year Sentence

02-28-2007 - Oil Spill Topic At Winona Meeting - Leesburg Man Faces Voyeurism Charges - Infants Left In Car; Charges Likely - Tippecanoe Valley Puts Deadline On Construction - IPFW Offers UFO Course

02-27-2007 - Two-Year Probe Ends With Arrest Of Spa Owner - WHA To Offer State Housing Vouchers For Kosciusko County Residents - Zoners Discuss Commerce Drive Storage Facility Variance Request - Binder Named Biomet President, CEO

02-26-2007 - Warsaw Blaze Causes $700K In Damage - Students Create Winona History Book - Kerlins Ambassadors For WalkAmerica

02-24-2007 - GOP Candidates Fill May Primary Ballot - Nancy Reed To Retire As Manchester Clerk-Treasurer - Two Die From Drug Overdoses; Other Deaths Suspected As Drug-Related - Video-On-Demand New Educational Tool In Warsaw Commuity School Classes

02-23-2007 - U.S. 30 Crash Hurts 2 - Traffic Accident, Ensuing Argument Leads To Felony Arrest In Milford - Waste District Report Shows Increased Services In 2006 - North Manchester Man Faces Charges After August DWI Crash

02-22-2007 - Drug Arrests Made After 18-Year-Old Dies In Warsaw - Work Continues On ‘North 15 Commons’ - 26 Birds Die On Winona - Pierceton Library To Close During Construction - Kavanaugh’s Peform Together Saturday

02-21-2007 - Silver Lake Officials Discuss Payment Of Fire Station Utilities - Driver Faces DWI After Crash - Battery Alleged On 1-Year-Old - County SWCD Marks 50th Year - Timeline Shows SWCD Accomplishments - Local Dentists ‘Give Kids A Smile’

02-20-2007 - WCS Hears Report On Lincoln Teaching Technique - Whitko Reviews Software, Plans Rededication - County Residents Face Charges After IU Drug Probe

02-19-2007 - Snowmobilers Hurt In Sunday Predawn Crash - LCCA Brings Alborada To Rhodeheaver Tuesday

02-17-2007 - BOW Approves Request To Proceed With Bridge Permit - Get Ready To ‘Walk The Red Carpet’ - Program Targets Young Adult Professionals

02-16-2007 - Judge Shuts Massage Parlor - Wiggins To Serve As 2007-2008 Treasurer For Indiana Republican Mayors Association - Suit Filed Over Playground Injury - Suit Filed Over Playground Injury

02-15-2007 - Florists Make Valentine Deliveries Despite Weather - Wawasee Holds Weather-Shortened Meeting Tuesday - ‘Ready Indiana’ Program Aimed At Literacy, Workforce

02-14-2007 - Four Face Cocaine Charges - Winona Council Approves 2006 Street Repair Change Order - Traffic Stop Leads To Drug Arrests - Tippecanoe Valley OKs 2007-08 School Calendar

02-13-2007 - Weather Shuts Schools, Offices - Planners Table Preliminary Menards Plat - Library Planning Entrance Upgrade - Progress Continues On Leesburg Sewer Project

02-12-2007 - Lawmakers Give Legislative Update - Area Wrestlers Advance To State - Valley Girls Headed To Regional - Wawasee Girls Win Sectional - Seniors Lead Squires To Sectional Crown

02-10-2007 - Living History Fair Today And Sunday At Pierceton Depot - Percussion Ensemble Gears Up For Competition - Warsaw Girls Fall To Carroll In Sectional Semifinal - Wawasee Girls Win Overtime Thriller - Valley Girls Advance To Sectional Final

02-09-2007 - Missing Paperwork Mistakenly Frees Inmate - Tax Disbursements Likely To Be Late - Leaders Of Tomorrow Applicants Welcome - Second Sunday Concert Series Offers Romantic Evening

02-08-2007 - Pre-Dawn Blaze Wrecks Global Auto - Warsaw Schools Hears Tax Impact Of Building Plans - Commissioners, Residents Visit Ethanol Plant - Manchester Refinances Bonds, Saves $40,000 - Geiger Named New Warsaw Police Dept. Records Clerk - 21-Year-Old Robbed - Arrest In Robbery At Zales

02-07-2007 - Crash On Ind. 25S Kills 3 - Warsaw Fire Dept. Captain To Retire - Plans For Regional Sewer District In Initial Stages

02-06-2007 - City OKs Motorcycle ‘Freedom Ride’ To Show Support For American Troops - Mentone Discusses Burned Building

02-05-2007 - Arctic Blast Shuts Schools Across Midwest

02-03-2007 - Air Supply At Wagon Wheel - WPD Receives Grant To Promote Crime Victims’ Rights Week

02-02-2007 - Traffic Panel Discusses Pedestrian Crosswalks - Manchester Honors Citizen Of Year - Shaw Recognized For Years Of Service As Oakwood Sexton - Alcohol Board Denies Cobb Request For Alcoholic Permit

02-01-2007 - Plummer To Serve As City Sewage Collection Manager - Syracuse Hires Town Manager - Wawasee Pier Ruling Appealed - Lakeview Student Schroedl Wins County Spelling Bee - Community Center Director Resigns At North Webster - Whitko ‘Leaders’ Visit Bowen - High School Roundup - Middle School Roundup

01-31-2007 - WCHS Offers Pilot Program For Courses In Biomedical Sciences - New Paris Woman Dies From Friday Crash Injuries - Shot Fired At Officer - Syracuse Chamber Honorees

01-30-2007 - Oakwood Lawsuit Ongoing In Local Court - Scouts Attend Whitko Board Meeting - Candidates Continue Filing For Municipal Elections

01-29-2007 - Relay For Life Kickoff Held Saturday - Newspaper Plans Special Salute To Armed Forces

01-27-2007 - Car Crashes With Wawasee School Bus - WCHS Winter Guard Looks To Write Success Into Its Year - Sharp Reappointed County Historian - Warsaw Man Arrested 44 Days After Incident At Local Establishment

01-26-2007 - Chamber Honors Buck, Kubacki - Health Care Foundation Gets $149,970 Grant - Red Apple Raffle Planned For Saturday - United Way Winds Up Campaign - Call Seeks 7th Term

01-25-2007 - Warsaw Man, 26, Faces Molesting Charge In Incident With 13-Year-Old - Ronk To Serve As Sexton - KDI Loan Program Sees Increased Activity

01-24-2007 - Gov. Daniels Talks At Manchester College - Winona Offers Accident Reports Online - Manchester To Purchase Two Buses - Concerned Citizen Tells Commissioners Of Problems With Ethanol Plant Proposal - Manchester Trounces Triton Trojans - Valley Done In By Warrior Defense

01-23-2007 - Warsaw Schools Hears Reports On Finances - WCHS named ‘Best Buy’ - Financial consultant hired - Housing Authority Elects ’07 Officers - Zoners Reorganize, Add Member - Master Gardeners Offer Landscaping Classes - Hicks To Seek Fourth Term As Winona Lake Clerk-Treasurer - Elkhart Man Held In False Reporting - Mentone Man Faces Molesting Charge

01-22-2007 - KCH Sees Record Births In 2006 - Living History Fair Planned In Pierceton

01-20-2007 - Works Board OKs Police Dept. Grant Requests - Chicago Cardiologist Keynote Speaker At ‘Heart Truth’ - Warsaw Scores Win Over Concord - Warriors Fall To Plymouth Pilgrims - Valley Vikings Edge Southwood

01-19-2007 - American Water Seeks 18% Rate Hike - Farina To Speak At Relay For Life Kickoff - March 2005 Drive-By Shooting Nets Warsawan 8-Year Term - Ex-Deputy Pleads Guilty To DWI - Newspaper Plans Special Salute To Armed Forces

01-18-2007 - Warsaw OKs Sewer Contract With Leesburg - Cops Probe Accident That Killed Akron Teen - Wawasee Board Reorganizes; Winchester President For ’07 - Recycling Costs On The Rise

01-17-2007 - City Council OKs Menards Rezoning - Silver Lake Sued After Home Floods - Noffsinger Says Farewell To Syracuse - Ivy Tech Gets Foundation’s Largest Gift - WCDC Looks Into Selling Comstock House - Sheriff’s Deputy Resigns - Krueger, Valley Score Win Over Warsaw - Foresters Chop Down Grace Lancers

01-16-2007 - WCS Building Program: Patrons Ask About Finances - Break-In Probe Leads To Arrest - Tips Lead To Meth Lab Bust - Farm Worker ‘Serious’ After Grain Elevator Accident - Valley Sees ISTEP Improvement - Crazy Waiter Dinner Set Feb. 2

01-15-2007 - City Council To Discuss Menards Proposal - Redevelopment Commission Considers TIF Along Ind. 15N - Crime Stoppers Helped Solve More Than 7,000 Felony Cases Since 1983, Police Say

01-13-2007 - Ivy Tech North-Central Region Enrollment Increases - City School Board Seeks Public Input - Newspaper Plans Special Salute To Armed Forces - Biomet Fails To File Required Paperwork, NASDAQ Reviews Status

01-12-2007 - Wiggins To Seek Third Term As Warsaw Mayor - Dispatch Officer Presents Cutting Edge Technology - Newspaper Plans Special Salute To Armed Forces

01-11-2007 - Village At Winona Hosts Winter Art Fair - MLK Program Planned Monday - Chamber Supports Menards - Symmetry Medical To Acquire Wheldon Limited For $10 Million - Paragon Medical To Acquire Two Indianapolis Companies - DeMarco Ruling Sent To State Supreme Court - Shaw To Resign As Sexton At Oakwood

01-10-2007 - Warsaw Man Dies In Lake Street Crash - Special Prosecutor Requested - Silver Lake Lowering Sewer Rates - Commissioners Review Jail Report, Conley Joins Board - Winona Recognizes Gelbaugh, Cox For Fire Service - Building Commissioner Addresses Priority Questions

01-09-2007 - WCS Unveils Building Options - Architects Suggest 5-Year Timeline - Leesburg Sewer Easements Due By Feb. 28 To Obtain State Funds - Planners Oks Final Plat Approval - Mentone Hikes Sewer, Trash Pickup Rates - Planners Sworn In For 2007 - Midwest Feeling Effects Of El Ni–a

01-08-2007 - Valley Hoops Coach Hurt In Crash - Warsaw Deer Reduction Efforts End, 18 Taken - Sheriff’s Deputy Faces DWI Charge - New Comic Strip Debuts Today

01-06-2007 - Where’s The Winter Cold? - Warsaw Board Of Works Continues Discussion On Leesburg Sewers

01-05-2007 - Traffic Panel OKs Evacuation Routes - Syracuse Bar To Change Ownership - Cemetery Eyes Granite Plaques In Legion Circle

01-04-2007 - State High School Graduation Rates Released - Court Of Appeals Reduces DeMarco’s Molesting Sentence - Early Start Fees Will Be Charged By Planning Office

01-03-2007 - City Council OKs Tax Abatement For Winona PVD - Warsaw Firemen Battle Tuesday Evening Blazes - Sheriff’s Dept. Realigned - Thin Layer Of Ice Causes Multiple Crashes In County; One Driver Airlifted - Suspects Tie Up Manager In New Year’s Day Robbery At Bob Evans

01-02-2007 - City Council To Discuss Winona Tax Abatement - Nicolai Granddaughter Earns Appearance On ‘Jeopardy!’

12-02-2006 - Biomet, Miller Top Stories Of 2006 - 2 Die In Crash On U.S. 30 - Fast Cabs Offers Free Rides

12-28-2006 - Winona Approves Planned Unit Status For Village - Old Military Shell Found Near Syracuse - Gunter Ends Long Career Of Public Service

12-27-2006 - Sunday Museum Looks To Make Documentary

12-26-2006 - Neer Takes Part In Marathon

12-23-2006 - Crafter Marilyn McDonald 'Just A Little Flakey' - Gunter Presides Over Her 'Last' Meeting

12-22-2006 - Silver Lake Girl Credited With Waking Family In Burning Home - Reality Spanish Receives State Expansion Grant - WHA, HOW Elect Officers For 2007 - Suspect In Odometer Tampering Surrenders, Booked At County Jail

12-21-2006 - Warsaw Couple Faces Charges In Odometer Altering - Billy Sunday Visitors Center Holds ‘Images Of The Holidays’

12-20-2006 - Park Board Gets Update On Property Appraisals - Purdue Dedicates Web Site To Biofuel Information - Syracuse Discusses Railroad Quiet Zones - Manchester To Advertise For Buses

12-19-2006 - Architects To Present WCS Building Proposals - Board gets positive ISTEP report - City Council Gets Menards Petition, OKs ’07 Ordinances - Driver Serious After Monday Crash - Bow Hunters Selected For Deer Reduction Effort - Claypool Grant Request Denied - Whitko Sees Room For Improvement In ISTEPS

12-18-2006 - Akron Meets Goal For Food Drive; Principal Goes Pink - Gelbaugh To Retire As Winona Lake Fire Chief - Whitko Girls Beat Rival Valley - Tiger Wrestlers Compete In Super Dual - Wawasee Girls Complete Sweep - Warsaw Boys Rally For Win At Elkhart Central

12-16-2006 - BOW Approves Change Order, ’07 Contracts - Secrists Still Lending ‘Helping Hands’ - Nature’s Fuel Asks For Abatement - Barnharts’ Christmas Display Back For Another Year - Warriors Win Fourth Straight Over Tigers - Valley Boys Win Big

12-15-2006 - Trustee Takes Exception To Auditor’s Comments - Mentone Fire Chief Retiring - Variances Approved For Carpet Sales

12-14-2006 - Winona Amends Deer Hunt Ordinance - Town looks to OK final Village plan - Warsaw Man Faces Arrest After Bar Incident - Zoners To Review Retail Sales Variances - Recycling Facility Won’t Accept Freon

12-13-2006 - Residents Speak Against Menard’s Rezoning - City Council To Review Menard’s Proposal Next - Milford-Area Residents Urge Commissioners To Speak Against Ethanol Plant - Dana Closing Syracuse Plant - Retirees could face benefit reductions - Leesburg Sewer Easements Past Due - Recklessness Suspect Found Not Guilty

12-12-2006 - Planners To Discuss Menard’s Petition - Milford Town Attorney Explains Annexation Process For Ethanol Site - Pierceton Probes Skateboard Incidents - Woman Pleads Guilty In Hammer Death - Library Board Receives Entrance Renovation Update

12-11-2006 - Salvation Army programs ready for sponsors - Band spreads holiday cheer - Wawasee Student Now A Published Children’s Author - Tower Bank Coming To Warsaw In January - Warsaw Boys Upset State-Ranked Penn - Warsaw Girls Fall In NLC Opener - Warriors Win Big Again

12-09-2006 - CCS Receives Significant Doantion From Local Farmers - Warsaw Boys Beat Rochester - Wawasee Girls Open NLC Play With Win - Manchester Girls Beat Rival Whitko

12-08-2006 - ABC Chides Syracuse Bar - Warsaw Man Sentenced In Exploitation - Manslaughter Plea Seen In Hammer Death - Cemetery Board OKs Granite Plaques In Legion Circle - Water Company Seeks Rate Hike - Warsaw Police Probe Rape Report - Red Ball Planners Look To ’07 Event

12-07-2006 - Sisk Reflects On 100+ Years - Maple Leaf’s Tucker Tells KDI His Ethanol Concerns - Winona Lake, Warsaw Prepare For Winter Weather - Health Board May Hike Inspection Services Fees

12-06-2006 - Hepler Wins Big Break VI - Warsaw Planners Look To Improve CR 300N At Ind.15 - Parks Dept. May Purchase Building For Activities - Crash Kills Akron Man - Manchester Says ISTEP Scores Looking Good - Lady Tigers Fall To Top-Ranked Bishop Luers - Wawasee Upends Manchester - Plymouth Boys Top Valley

12-05-2006 - Winona Sewer Rates Still Up In The Air - One-way Dubois Drive topic again at city - Local Officials Attend IACT Event - Mentone Utility Supt. Takes Private-Sector Job - Swearing-In Ceremony Followed By Retirement Party For Gunter

12-04-2006 - Bow Hunters Taking Aim At Deer Reduction - Suspect Arrested In Multiple Burglaries - Cattle Meeting Set Jan. 16 - Wawasee Boys Too Much For West Noble - Warsaw Wins Sloppy Game - Tiger Grapplers Compete In Super Dual - Whitko Girls Win Conference Opener

12-02-2006 - Trail Changes OK’d By Works Board - Vikings Win Physical Game With Knox - Barons Shoot Down Tigers - Shriver Enjoys Success In First Year As Head Coach - Warsaw's Reinholt Named Top Defensive Player - Wawasee's Leach Garners Offensive Honors Again - Times-Union All-Area Team

12-01-2006 - Parks Dept. Planning Christmas Party - Car Company To Give Away Christmas Trees - Our Father’s House, Others Receive Bibler Trust Awards - Santa’s House Open For Visits

11-30-2006 - Toys For Tots Donation Drive Under Way - Noffsinger Leaving Syracuse Position - Deer From Reduction Effort Donated To Our Father’s House - Pierceton ‘Store Hop,’ Holiday Open House This Weekend - Huge Cottonwood Gets Trim At Barbee - Sheriff Gives Tips On Driving Safely In Winter

11-29-2006 - Hepler Takes 5-Up Lead Into Finals Of ‘Big Break VI’ - Winona Council Receives CR 250E Project Update - HOW Seeks Home Improvement Grant - Balanced Vikings Beat Wabash - Tigers Win Second Straight - Warsaw Grapplers Fall To Memorial

11-28-2006 - City Seeks Hunters To Control Deer - World AIDS Day Hopes To Raise Awareness - Zoners OK Sacred Heart Sign Variace - Rape Reported In Winona

11-27-2006 - Zoners To Review Sacred Heart Sign Variance - Winona Lake Plans For Annual Holiday Festival - Lemasters, Tigers Shoot Down Eagles

11-25-2006 - Candy Collection Exceeds Expectations - Tigers Top State-Ranked Squires

11-24-2006 - WCDC Set For H’town Holidays - Shoppers Flock To Local Retail Outlets - Consignment Toy Sale Drop Off Dec. 4-8 - Wastewater Employee Gets Performance Award - Valley Steals Win From Warsaw - Irwin, Whitko Optimistic About Season

11-22-2006 - Hepler Makes Finals Of ‘Big Break VI’ - WCDC Elects 2007 Board Officers - Fulton County Has Funds For Business Owners - Syracuse OKs Housing Ordinance - Manchester Residents Robbed - Souder Visits North Webster’s Dixie Boat

11-21-2006 - Dubois Drive Decision Tabled Again - Elliott Says He’ll Miss The People At Zimmer - Local Law Enforcers Honored At State ‘Pull Over’ Banquet - Warsaw Set To Evaluate Haworth - Hard-Working Tigers Searching For Identity - Vikings Have Plenty Left In Cupboard - Juniors Ready To Lead Triton Trojans

11-20-2006 - Elliott Retires As Zimmer Pres., CEO - Economic Director Says Funds Are Available For Innovative Businesses - Valley Groups Host Free Meal - Winona’s Kavanaugh Receives Community Service Award

11-18-2006 - Mentone Library Ranked Third In National Survey - Works Board OKs Police Grant Requests - Weather Data Collectors Sought By Volunteer Group - Festival Of Trees Off And Running In Winona Lake - Second-Ranked Squires Win Big

11-17-2006 - Residents Voice Concerns About One-Way Proposal - DNR Looks At Palestine Improvements - Whitley Man Pleads Guilty To Sexual Battery

11-16-2006 - Property Tax Changes Effects Yet Unknown - State Grantmakers Honor Light - Warsaw, Winona Lake Conduct Leaf Pick Up - Biomet Officers Sued Over Timing Of Stock Options - Symphony To Perform Saturday

11-15-2006 - $1 Million Donation To Fund Scholarships - Winona Lake Proposes 20% Sewer Rate Hike - Winona Planners Change Parking Requirements - Wawasee Hears Presentation On Student Author’s Book - Valley Crisis Teams Meet With Warsaw Police Chief - Visitors Panel Gets New Members - High-Octane Lancers Win Again

11-14-2006 - 3 Die In Missouri CO Poisoning - Burglary Arrests Lead To Solving Other Crimes - Valley Student’s Accident Brings Opportunity For Helping Others - Meadowbrook Residents To Provide Input On Dubois Drive Proposal - Leesburg OKs Sewer Bond Ordinance

11-13-2006 - Etna Green Man Critical After Shooting - Plan Commission To Review Plat For Subdivision Approval - Local Veterans Honor ‘Coach’ Lichtenwalter - Strong Start Not Enough For Tigers

11-11-2006 - Trojan Players Present ‘Dastardly Deeds At Yoursin Mine’

11-10-2006 - Schools Concerned About Timing Of Tax Distributions - Milford Man Dies In Truck/Train Crash - Veterans Visit Local Schools - Street Department Completes Downtown Curb Reconstruction - Chase Leads To Arrest - Ethanol Meeting

11-09-2006 - City Council Looks Into Air Pollution - Two Local Men Fought On Iwo Jima During World War II - Lead Paint Law Summary Available

11-08-2006 - Warsaw Keeps Incumbent School Board Members - Goshert Wins Sheriff’s Race - Souder Retained As U.S. Rep.

11-07-2006 - City Council OKs Deer Reduction Ordinance - Dubois Drive decision tabled - Leesburg Intrusion Reported - Back Door Kicked In At Milford - Mentone Talks About Water Concerns As Tower Painting Begins - Warsaw Airport Receives Airport Of The Year Award - Bell Trying To Add Stability At Whitko - Triton Trojans To Be Tested This Season

11-06-2006 - Soybean Producers Sought For Purdue University Study - City Council To Discuss Making Dubois Drive One-Way - Deer task force seeks approval for in-town bow-hunting ordinance - Two Arrested After Break-In On Winona - Truck Hits House; No Serious Injuries - Ensemble Concert A Tribute To Eherenman

11-04-2006 - City To Release Funds For Argonne, Parker Project - Artificial Heart Recipient Dies - Three Area Farmers See The Benefits Of Ethanol - Where To Vote

11-03-2006 - Hutton guest speaker at Veterans Day program - Middle schools honor veterans - Fly-over set Nov. 13 - Ethanol’s Benefits Include Emissions Reductions - K21 Helps Fund Tennis Court Renovations - Menard’s Asks Traffic Study On Husky Trail

11-02-2006 - Smith & Nephew Says It’s Talking About Biomet ‘Combination’ - Candidates Listed For Tuesday Election - Manure Spill Pollutes Pond - Researcher Sees Flaws In Ethanol Economic Analysis - Manchester Board Member, Clerk At Odds Over Deposits

11-01-2006 - Girls Take A Look At Nontraditional Careers - Attorney General - Ethanol Plant Proposals Raising Concerns

10-31-2006 - Clerk’s Office Prepares For Upcoming Elections - Huge Cottonwood Along Barbee To Come Down

10-30-2006 - Conservative Values Motivate Souder - Parks Department To Hold ‘Big Swing Fling’ - KABS Marks 25 Years - Bell Museum Sets Open House Saturday

10-28-2006 - Fall Property Taxes Can Be Paid Online - Cardinal Center Matches Employee And Employer - Homestead Ends Warsaw's Season - Wawasee Comes Up Short At Plymouth

10-27-2006 - Visitor’s Bureau Budget Exceeds $350,000 - State GOPers Visit Courthouse During Bus Tour - County Republican Candidates Gather - Julian Center Director Speaks At Center Lake - Freshman To Lead Tigers Against Homestead - Warriors Ready For Rematch - Local Harriers Competing In State Meet

10-26-2006 - ‘Code Yellow’ Alert At High School Is False Alarm - EMT Course A Practical Learning Experience - ‘Downtown Spooktakular’ Set For Friday - Energy Assistance Program Awards Announced - 6-Year-Old Injured By Lawn Mower - Small Biz Loan Plan Undergoes Changes

10-25-2006 - Park Board Approves Pete Thorn Rent Rates - Winona Lake Plans Festival Of Trees - Winona Council OKs Fire Equipment Payments - Trick-Or-Treat Hours

10-24-2006 - Yeiter, Smolen seek District 1 school board seat - Hagg, Hearn square off In D-2 school board race - Dalton, Heuer in D-5 school board race - Leesburg Sewer Easements Due Nov. 30 - Car Lot Variance Approved - Leesburg Sewer Agreement OK’d With IDEM - Pet Abuse Seen As Symptom Of Domestic Violence

10-23-2006 - Warsaw Neighborhoods Get Air Pollution Ratings - GOP Hosts Candidate Night - Arthritis Walk Raises $10,000 - Victim’s Mom Relates Emotional Toll Of Abuse - Zoners To Hear Car Lot Request - Warsaw Spikers Fall In Sectional Final - Marian Ends Warriors' Soccer Season

10-21-2006 - Marsh To Close Arthur’s Market - BOW Approves Payment For Fairlane Sewer Project - Woman Relates Her Own Tale Of Spousal Abuse - Tigers Win Sectional Opener - Warriors Wake Up In Second Half - Wildcats Fall To Bishop Luers

10-20-2006 - Souder Speaks At GOP Hall Of Fame Dinner - Engel Entertains At KLS Fundraiser Banquet - Indy-Based Domestic Violence Expert Returns To Warsaw

10-19-2006 - Manchester Assesses Student Assistant Program - Warsaw Can Meet School Board Candidates - IDEM Panel Fields Questions About Latest CAFO Permit - Rahe, Friend Face Off In State Rep. Race

10-18-2006 - Son Sentenced In Mother’s Sword Death - IACT Plan Would Reduce Property Taxes - Injunction Issued Against Dating Dynamics - Griffin Focuses On Toll Road Plan In State Treasurer Race - Syracuse Buys Land At Ind. 13 And U.S. 6 - Stolen Laptop Recovered In South Bend Salon - Author To Sign Books In Warsaw

10-17-2006 - Biomet Expansion To Bring 260 Jobs - Nappanee Man Shot To Death By Police In Ohio - IDEM To Hold Hearing On Hog Feeding Operation - City Council Hears Mixed Feelings Toward Deer-Reduction Efforts - Assessors’ Workload May Delay School Budget - Halloween Trick-0r-Treat Hours - Tiger Volleyball Team Spikes Valley - Blevins Turning New Leaf By Fighting

10-16-2006 - Hayhurst Hopes To Unseat 3rd District U.S. Rep Souder - Deer Task Force Seeks Public Input - Bumbaugh Challenges Goshert In Sheriff’s Race - Wawasee Girls Win Soccer Sectional - Berries Stun Tigers In Regional Final

10-14-2006 - Ministerial Association Kicks Off ‘Gift Of Warmth’ - Kosciusko County Receives $1 Million - Mentone Airport Offers More Than Flying

10-13-2006 - LouisDreyfus Options Land For Possible Ethanol Plant - Deer Task Force Gives Recommendations - Survey shows Spring Hill supports deer reduction - Pierceton Man Faces Meth Lab Charges

10-12-2006 - Mentone Tavern Destroyed By Fire - Fine Arts Academy Growing At Grace - Democrat Hopefuls Speak At ‘Meet The Candidates Night’

10-11-2006 - Dating Dynamics Owner Faces Charges - Hepler’s Partner On ‘Big Break’ Drops By Racoon Run Clubhouse - Winona Planners Discuss Occupancy Ordinance - Treatment plant study OK’d - Silver Lake Studying Annexation Possibilities - Choices, Forgiveness Topics At Winona Forum - Local Teams Advance To Cross Country Regional - Warsaw Kickers Survive Sectional Game

10-10-2006 - Judge Rules No Trial In Lawsuit Against Milford, Town Marshal - KCRTL Celebrates Successes - Lack Of Change Orders Concerns Pierceton Council - Democrats To Host Candidate Night - ML Motorsports Driver Visits Jefferson To Promote Reading

10-09-2006 - Local Architects Lauded For Work On Ford Home - Cardiac Arrest Survival Rates On The Increase - Gas Leak Prompts Home Evacuations - Warsaw Boys Win Soccer Sectional

10-07-2006 - LouisDreyfus Manager Guest Speaker At Rotary - Works Board OKs Fire Department’s Grant Request - Valley Students Get A Taste Of Homelessness

10-06-2006 - Dubois Drive May Become One-Way - Winona Guitartist 2nd In International Contest - Grace College, HOW Team Up For ‘Change A Light Day’ - Akron Man Faces 4-Years In Case Of Voyeurism - 4-Years Meted In Webster Man’s Sexual Misconduct - Felony Battery Charge Brings 1-1/2-Year Term - Guilty Plea Brings 8-Year Term For Sexual Misconduct - Hip-Hop Dance Team Grooving On The Move - Rising Star Hopes Hip-Hop Is ‘Golden’

10-05-2006 - Ivy Tech Unveils Training Center, Lab - Family Safety Day Set Saturday - Warsaw Woman Robbed - Wabash County Reorganizes Economic Development Corp. - Winona Dinner Benefits Cystic Fibrosis Sufferer

10-04-2006 - Dispatcher Tells Commissioners About Prank Call - Winona Lake Plans Annual Community Dinner - Lakes Symphony Performs Sunday - Symphony Board Called ‘Heart Of Orchestra’ - Warsaw Tennis Team Advances To Regional Final

10-03-2006 - Winona Lake Clerk-Treasurer Receives IACT Certification - Warsaw Passes Prohibition On Street Solicitors - Mentone Ordinance Targets Fences, Accessory Buildings

10-02-2006 - Ceremony ‘Tops Beam’ At Grace Orth Center - Engle Named 2006 AKC Coonhound Champion - Winona To Host Vintage Base Ball Tourney - Hayhurst Speaks At Democrat Hall Of Fame - Joint Replacements Thwart Arthritis Pain - Johnson Wins Another State Title - Warsaw Boys, Wawasee Girls Win Soccer Matches

09-30-2006 - Army Mom Collecting Candy To Send To Son, Troops in Iraq - Quilter Gifts City Firemen - Warsaw Boys Win Tennis Sectional - Wawasee Retains Control Of 'W' Trophy - Valley Beats Rival Rochester

09-29-2006 - Local Dogs Advance In AKC Hunt - House Board OKs 2007 Rates - 2007 Right To Life Banquet Features DeTellis As Speaker - Engle Brings New Twist To Annual KLS Fundraiser - Village At Winona To Hold Fall Festival Next Weekend - Warsaw School Board Hopefuls To Meet Public

09-28-2006 - 7-Year-Old Prank Calls 911 Dispatch - Deactivated cell phones can call 911 - Artist Creates Carvings In Winona Lake To Remember Town History - KCH Employee Named Woman Of Year For Cancer Fundraising - Purdue

09-27-2006 - Winona OKs ’07 Budget - 2 Teens Hurt In 3-Car Crash - CCS To Host Free Haircuts, Massages Sunday - AKC World Coonhounds Visit County Fairgrounds - Tigers Turn In Strong Individual Efforts - Manchester Netters Top Wawasee

09-26-2006 - Zoners Table Car Dealership, Auction Variance - Syracuse Gallery Celebrates Art With Street Festival - Johnson Advances To State - Hepler To Appear On Reality TV Show - Tigers Blank Marian On Senior Night

09-25-2006 - Etna Green Man Dies In Friday Crash On U.S. 30 - Parks Dept. Sponsors Fall Family Fun At Lucerne Park - Zoners To Look At Car Dealer’s Variance - Annual Camp Mack Fest Scheduled For Oct. 7

09-23-2006 - Manufacturing Center Open For Spring 2007 Classes - Skins Spoil Warsaw's Homecoming - Wawasee Wins NLC Thriller - Manchester Falls To Rochester

09-22-2006 - Gun At School Brings Arrest - ‘Light The Night’ Walkers Raise $56K For Cancer - Local Bands Plan Benefit Concert Sunday For CCS - Jones New CCS Director - 'Scrappy' Tigers Too Much For Wawasee

09-21-2006 - K21 Foundation Announces New President - Salvation Army Food Pantry In Need Of Donations - 10-Year Sentence Meted In Etna Green Bank Robbery - HOW Eliminates Lead Paint In Local Homes This Summer - Lakeland Art Assocation To Hold Fall Tea, Style Show This Saturday - Rensberger Faces Ruppel In State Representative Race

09-20-2006 - County OKs Lake ‘Anti-Funneling’ Ordinance - Manchester Looks At New Plan For Discipline - Park Board Discusses Pete Thorn Youth Center Lease, Rental Rates - Ethanol Plant Opponents Voice Concerns At Syracuse Meeting - WCDC Looks Ahead To ‘Downtown Spooktakular’ - KCH Partners With Arthritis Foundation For Walk

09-19-2006 - Teachers Get Firsthand Feel Of Zero Gravity - Milford, Hobbs Await Ruling In Civil Case Filed By Ralph Fisher - Whitko Hears About ISTEP From Students - City Council OKs Rates, Charges For Sewer Services - WCS Sees 200-Student Growth This Year - Board sees results of community comment cards

09-18-2006 - Friday Night Crash Claims Nappanee 22-Year-Old - Performing Arts Center Off And Running - Back To The Days Of Kosciuszko This Weekend - Wawasee, Johnson Win Sectional Titles

09-16-2006 - County Council Clears Up Budget Issues - Board Of Works Approves Greenway Change Orders - Solid Waste Board Approves 2007 Operating Budget - Warsaw Fan Arrested At Northridge - Leach Leads Warriors Past NorthWood - Northridge Ends Losing Skid Against Warsaw - Valley Blanks Northfield

09-15-2006 - Semi Driver Faces Drug Charge - VeraSun Considering Milford Site, 4 Others For Ethanol Plant - Bob Weaver, county health department administrator, said Thursday the reason to install sanitary sewer systems around the county’s lakes was more an economic issue.

09-14-2006 - KCH Delivers Record Births In August - Grace School Of Music Lands Internationally-Known Tenor, Don Bernardini - Record Year For Cancer Care Fundraisers

09-13-2006 - DePuy Announces ‘Realignment For Growth’ - Waste District Hears Report On Collections - DUI Term Reduced On Appeal - Winona Lake Discusses Occupancy Ordinance - NiBlock Street Improvement Bid Accepted - Wawasee Sees Overview Of Mentoring Program - Warsaw Netters Blank Wawasee - Wawasee Boys, Warsaw Girls Win Cross Country Meet

09-12-2006 - Hale Gets 50 Years - Library Aproves ’07 Budget - Milford Council Hears Discussion Of Ethanol Plant - Gas Leak Prompts Evacuations, Street Closure - Plat Approved To Increase Lot Size Of Northwest Woods At The Crossing - Easements For Grinder Pumps Becoming Critical At Leesburg - Warsaw Redevelopment Commission Approves Continued Gatke Research - Zolman Home Again In Hoosier State

09-11-2006 - Warsaw Planners Eyeing 2 Plats - 9/11 Remembrance Flag Raised At War Memorial - Driver Hurt In Crash - Celebraci—n Latina Honors Hispanic Culture Saturday

09-09-2006 - Nelson, Plane Missing In ND Since Aug. 24 - Ahrns Leaves APC After 38 Years Of County Service - Boy, 2, Survives Buggy Accident

09-08-2006 - Parade Of Homes At Cherry Creek Manor - Group To Save ‘Dixie’ - ‘Art of Caring’ Charity Auction Set For Sept. 14 - Teachers To Get Zero-G Flight - Cemetery Board Prohibits Tree Decorations

09-07-2006 - Sept. 11 Remembrance Parade Set For Sunday - WFD, SAR Plan Ceremony Monday - APC Approves Funneling Law - Council Reviews ’07 Budget, Tightens Belt - Warsaw Employees Study Market Street History

09-06-2006 - Young Tigers Plan Addition - Warsaw School Board Discusses Transportation Fund - School Gives Salary Increase - Heritage Trail Construction Under Way - Accident Victim Identified

09-05-2006 - WWII Vet Receives Medals - One Dead In Ind. 19 Accident - Warsaw Officer Recognized For Cabinetry Projects - Cancer Care Gala Saturday

09-02-2006 - Animal Welfare League Welcomes New Director, Coordinator - BOW Approves Citywide Cell Phone Plan

09-01-2006 - Milford Residents Concerned About Ethanol Plant - Warsaw Man Says He Was Timer For Bank Robbery - Philharmonic Orchestra To Perform Sunday At Tabernacle Field - Syracuse Man Pleads Guilty In Meth Case

08-31-2006 - Suit Against Winona Alleges Rights Violations - Akron Man Pleads Guilty In Child Exploitation Case - Archaeology Society Sponsors Program On Earthen Enclosures

08-30-2006 - City Seeks Injunction Against Dating Dynamics - WCS Seeks Input From Community On Building Plans - Council Members Balk At Auditor-Elect Salary - Foundation Grants Tippy Valley Student’s Wish To See Dixie Chicks - Younce Answers Extension Staffing Questions

08-29-2006 - Warsaw Residents File Suits Against Department Stores - Housing Board Approves Hike In Rent Rates - Wage Committee Recommends Raises - These Teachers, Principals Keep It ‘All In The Family’ - Warsaw Board of Zoning Appeals Approves Variances - Z Hotel Provides Corporate Housing For Surgeons, Faculty

08-28-2006 - 8 Of 10 School Board Seats Contested In November Election - Candidates Listed For County Offices In Fall Election - Street Dept. Starts Market St. Project - 3 Hurt In Watercraft Accident

08-26-2006 - Two Hurt In Crash - WCS Wrestles With Student Numbers - Principals say schools coping well with overcrowding - Spartans Spoil Warsaw Senior Night - Leo Runs By Whitko

08-25-2006 - Smith Pleads Guilty In Mother’s Death - Johnson Enters Plea In Sexual Misconduct - Gambling Charges Filed Against Milford Bartender - Michigan Couple Sentenced In Securities Fraud Case - Rock ’N’ Roll Band To Perform Tonight At Central Park - Tippy Valley Holds Hearing On $20M Budget

08-24-2006 - Paragon Acquires A Division Of Hand Industries - WCS Seeks Input From Patrons - KDI Small Business Loans Untapped - Warsaw Public Library Sets Fall Story Hours - Wabash, Syracuse Crimes Unrelated - WCHS Field Dedication Set For Friday - On The Gridiron

08-23-2006 - WCS Concerned About Rising Gas, Electric Costs - Tippy Valley Buses Offer Better Mileage, Improved Safety - County OKs Rural Road Map - Vandals Damage Headstones In Spring Creek Cemetery - Police Probe Robberies In Wabash, Syracuse - Winona Takes Possession Of Lift Station - Wawasee Golfers Open Conference Season With Win

08-22-2006 - Claypool Discusses Annexation - Whitko Project Changes Queried - City Council Looks Into Warsaw, Winona Lake Sewer Rates - WCS Board Chooses Archtectural Firm - Schools fall short in English special ed - Barbee Residents Celebrate Pirates, Raise Lake Funds

08-21-2006 - State Denies Renewal - Local Red Cross Received Award - Grace College Welcomes Freshman Class To Campus

08-19-2006 - Works Board Awards Bid For Market Street Improvements - Center Lake Beach Closed For Weekend - Tiger Defense Grounds Eagles - Wawasee Continues Offensive Dominance

08-18-2006 - Filing Deadline Near For School Board Election - Bluegrass Band Perform Tonight - Warsaw Family Helps Complete Firework Record At Convention - Indiana Farmers Get Environmental Awards - Stephens Staying Busy At 98

08-17-2006 - U.S. 30 Crash Kills Woman - Bagworms Expanding Range To Northern Indiana - Five Facing Charges In Drug, Prostitution Case - 200 volunteers work to improve 22 residences - Whitko Hoping To Battle For TRC Championship - Shriver Now At Helm Of Viking Ship - Reclamation Project Continues For Manchester

08-16-2006 - Ivy Tech Receives $1.6 Million From Lilly - Pete Thorn Bust To Move To Baker Youth Clubs - Pierceton Delays Votes On Curfew, Off-Road Vehicles - Syracuse Council Hears Report From AWL Official - ‘Quiltbus’ Visits North Webster - Ayers Joins Webster P.D. - Warsaw Baseball Team Finishes Successful Season - Leach To Lead Warriors In Strong Conference Race - Triton Football Team Has High Expectations

08-15-2006 - Woman Dead After Hit-And-Run Clip - Warsaw Redevelopment Commission Approves Tax Replacement Levy - Leesburg Residents Learn About Grinder Pumps - K21 Foundation Gifts Tippy Valley With $50,000

08-14-2006 - Warsaw Planners To Review Serve It Request

08-12-2006 - Warsaw Woman Arrested For Attempted Murder Of Infant Son - County Council Approves Employees’ Wage Changes

08-11-2006 - County Studies TIF For Dreyfus Facility - Milford Seen As Likely Ethanol Plant Site - Warsaw School Board Hears Reports On Architectural Firms - School Board Tours Leesburg To Assess Overcrowding Problem - Local Bike Team Meets Lance Armstrong During Iowa Bike Trip

08-10-2006 - Silver Lake OKs Lease With MTEMS

08-09-2006 - Winona Approves Truck Purchase - Antique Cars Head To Winona Aug. 19 - Online Property Tax Payments Coming - Wawasee Classes Start Aug. 17; Wellness Policy OK’d - Our Father’s House Hosts ‘Back To School Saturday’

08-08-2006 - ‘Day Of Caring’ Set To Improve Homes In County - Mentone May Buy Sinclair Station - Emergency Planners Offer Immunizations - Purple Heart Recipients Honored - Jury Decides 1997 Will Is Invalid

08-07-2006 - County To Honor Purple Heart Recipients - WPD Gets Two Canines Through Grant From K21 - Biblical Gardens Marks 15th Year - Etna Green 20-Year-Old Drowns - Two Held On ‘Pot’ Charges

08-05-2006 - Works Board OKs Drainage Variance - Warsaw Welcomes New Supt. Haworth - Local Lincoln Highway Celebration Set Aug. 12

08-04-2006 - U.S. 30 To Get Rumble Strips - Frog Tavern Owner Seeks Renewal Of Liquor Permit - Crash Kills Etna Green Woman - Cross Traffic Signs To Be Installed At Fort Wayne, Maple Intersection - Cemetery Board OKs Six Deed, Discusses Upcoming Work Projects - Drive-By Shooter Gets 4 Years - Gala Planned To Celebrate Performing Arts Center Opening

08-03-2006 - Planners Table Proposal For Lake Access Law - Non-Profits Seek Increases From City Budget - Manchester Gives Nod To Higher Water Tap Fees - Valley Looks At ’07 Budget

08-02-2006 - Restructuring Brings Smaller WorkOne Board - Manchester Schools OKs ’07 Budget - Ortho Firms Release Updates On Federal Investigation - Breakfast Optimists Offers Child ID At Washington School - College Coaches Eyeing Plumlees - Warsaw Golfer Chooses Hoosiers

08-01-2006 - City Mulls Departmental Budgets - Only Pike Beach Closed - Pierceton Days Set This Weekend - Businesses Feel Effects Of Heat - Schools Looking At 2007 Funding - State disbursements delayed, varied - Red Brush Cabin Sees Upgrades From Eagle Scout Projects

07-31-2006 - High E. Coli Levels Shut County Beaches - Police Probe Robbery - Area Planners To Hear Lake Access Ordinance Wednesday - ML Motorsports Adds Support To ‘Christmas In July’ - Corporate Dodgeball Fundraiser Planned Tuesday At Grace

07-29-2006 - Citizens Welcome To Apply To Warsaw Police Academy - Visiting Fla. Teen In July 21 Accident Recovering Slowly - Bell Museum Pilots New Course of Collections

07-28-2006 - December Trial Set In Smith Murder Case - Ivy Tech Professor Dies In San Francisco - Webster Driver Hurt As Car Ends Up In Barbee Lake - Cardinal Center Ducks Race Set

07-27-2006 - Gas Prices Taking Toll On Farms, Trucking Companies - Warsaw Man Faces Child Porn Charges After Month-Long Investigation - Winona Lake To Celebrate Billy Sunday Day Aug. 5 - Cagle To Perform Friday At Central Park

07-26-2006 - Veteran Found At Crash Site Had Local Ties - County OKs KABS Grant - DePuy Sponsors 4-H Members - Livestock Auction Nets $278,810.84, Showing Small Decline From 2005 - Manchester Board’s Role Outlined By Superintendent

07-25-2006 - Apartment Request OK’d - Center Partners Acquires Group Dekko

07-24-2006 - Three Teens Hurt In Crash - Market Street Landscaping Project Scheduled To Begin In August - Zoners To Hear Request For Apartments

07-21-2006 - Prank Leads To Wild Rumors At Fairgrounds - Reffitt, Garrard Honored At Fair In ‘Our Lady’ Event - Miss, Mister, Talent Winners Chosen - New Era In Warsaw Bowling

07-20-2006 - Motorcycle Rider Hurt - Child Porn Arrest Made In Warsaw - Jury Finds Hale Guilty - Syracuse To Keep Dispatchers For Now - Old Tractors A Family Affair For McDonalds - WCS Board Members Quizzing Architects

07-19-2006 - Williamson’s Interest In Llamas Means Lots Of Fun For 4-H’ers - Suzuki Violinists ‘Camp’ At Winona - Jury Hears Testimony In Drug Dealing Trial - Alleged threat brings arrest during trial - Tuesday Fair Activities Include Pre-School Contests

07-18-2006 - Smith Murder Trial To Be Rescheduled - Warsaw School Board Will Interview Architects For Possible School Projects - Shepherd Holds Reins Of Fair Board

07-17-2006 - SOWERS Volunteers Do Odd Jobs At Lakeland Academy

07-15-2006 - Bradbury Right At Home On Kosciusko Fairgrounds - Group Discusses Facilities For Victims Of Abuse, Violence

07-14-2006 - Central Park Surveillance Results In Drug Arrests - Council Hears Funding Requests From Non-Profit Organizations - Officials Say Fire Victim Set House Ablaze

07-13-2006 - Parks Department Hosts Blues & BBQ Friday

07-12-2006 - Wawasee Discusses Student Wellness Policy - Etna Green Hears Report On Utility Rates - Oswego Bridge To Close During Repairs Later This Summer

07-11-2006 - Pierceton Establishes Curfew Hours; Bans Off-Road Vehicles - Highway Garage Sale Planned Aug. 12 - Valley To Continue Issuing ID Cards - County Extension Homemaker Clubs Get Set For The Fair - Lippert Seeks Tax Abatement Retroactively

07-10-2006 - Fire Claims Life Of Warsaw Man - Levin Sells To Lewis Salvage - Milford Driver Critical

07-08-2006 - City Sewer Plant Moves Outflow Per IDEM - Activity Tent Job Stays In The Family - Syracuse Looks At 2006 Town Budgets

07-07-2006 - Bar's Permit Renewal Denied By ABC - Cabrera Plans For The Future - Capone 'Back' In Baarbee Area - Zimmer Buys Kimble Building - Man Reports Robbery Attempt

07-06-2006 - Wrongly Accused Orbans Win Suit Against Warsaw - Diving Boards Stolen - Fairlane Sewer Project Under Way - Pierceton Art Fair Set July 15

07-05-2006 - Fair Board Confronts Erosion Problem - Warsaw Man Faces Drug Charge

07-01-2006 - Local Foundation Featured In USA Today - Civil Air Patrol Seeking Warsaw Members

06-30-2006 - New Laws Target Child Custody Issues - Webster Army Ranger misses birth of son - Chase Ends In Crash, Injuries - Akron Gears Up For ‘Spark In The Park’

06-29-2006 - Plenty Of July 4 Activities On Tap - Fireworks Displays - Local officials urge safety - Redevelopment Commission Hears About Sewer District, Asks for Zoning Plan On 15 - DNR Revises Swan Strategy - Valley Introduces New Principal - Local Conviction Upheld

06-28-2006 - Commissioners Hear Proposal For Barbee Regional Sewer District - Parks Board Looks At $1.5 Million ’07 Budget

06-27-2006 - Local Scout Trip Hampered By Wildfires - Mentone Works On 2007 Budget

06-26-2006 - Plea Entered In Etna Green Bank Robbery - Justice Dept. Subpoenas Local Implant Makers - Zoning Ordinance Up For Study - Bourbon Youth Present ‘Casey At The Bat’

06-24-2006 - Three Injured

06-23-2006 - MasterWorks Fest Gets Underway This Weekend - Fair Parade Organizer Calls For Community Entries - Winona Gets New Eatery - Reed, Lash Top Of Valley Class Of ’06 - Pro-Life Music Fest Starts Today - Davis Still Swinging At 90

06-22-2006 - ‘Thin Band’ Of Storms Hit Chapman Lake Area - Student’s Parents Sue WCS Bus Driver - KCH Marks 30th Anniversary - Fort Wayne Driver Hurt In Crash On U.S. 30

06-21-2006 - WCDC Discusses Potential Summer Events - Syracuse Eliminates 5 Dispatchers - Brain bleed leads to book, new adventure for former actress, Playboy bunny - Manchester School Board Hears Report On Soccer - Fire Dept. Takes Part In Safety Standdown

06-20-2006 - Gala funding at halfway point - Ogle stays on as varsity hoops coach - Board gets update on construction - Employee’s Complaint Accuses Club Manager Of Sexual Harrassment - New Hope Clubhouse Hosts Exhibit - Crash Victim’s Dad Sues Bar - Tranter Named Flotilla Commodore - Event in 50th year - Whitko Hires New Girls Hoops Coach

06-19-2006 - Krystalle Johnson Crowned Fair Queen - Local ‘Roadshow’ Comes To Jail Museum

06-17-2006 - Pullins, Kleopfer 2006 Cuties - Cutie Parade Winners Named - Patrols Focus On Park

06-16-2006 - IPRA Rodeo Coming To Fairgrounds - Syracuse Woman Pleads In Fraud Case - Smith Trial Set September 18

06-15-2006 - Milford Deputy Scores High At Law Academy - ‘Cuties’ Invade North Webster - Master Gardeners Plan Annual Tour - Wawasee Golfers Finish Sixth At State Finals

06-14-2006 - 4-H Royalty Hopefuls Named - BZA Delays Gravel Pit Expansion - Winona Requires House Numbers - Silver Lake Employees Get Town Credit Cards - Town honors Floor

06-13-2006 - North Webster Mermaid Festival Underway - Deerfield Subdivision Final Plat Approved - Leesburg Sewer Project Proceeding On Schedule - Milford Looks Into Ordinance Allowing ATVs On Town Streets

06-12-2006 - Shots Fired At Semis - Planners Look At Final Plats

06-10-2006 - Council Hears Of Biomet’s Expansion Plans

06-09-2006 - Lake Law Enforcement - Movie Title Baffles Local ‘John Tucker’ - NLC Schools Impressive At Golf Regional

06-08-2006 - DNR Hears Public Comments About Swans - Fire Chief Reflects On 6-Year Tenure - Gala Banquet Planned For ‘Friends Of MasterWorks’ - Manchester Gives Tax Abatement To Clear Creek Apts.

06-07-2006 - Manchester Schools Lowers Book Rates - ‘Garden Bus’ Ready To Roll - Local Painter, Sculptor Have Exhibit At Lakeland Art Gallery - Wawasee Adds To Requirements - Maxson Named Ivy Dean - Tigers Fall In Regional Baseball Game

06-06-2006 - Warsaw, Winona Sewer Rates May Rise - Nappanee Garden Club Announces 2006 Tour - Mentone Discusses Flooding Problem

06-05-2006 - Hagg Announces Candidacy For Warsaw School Board - Miss Mentone - Miss Chick, Mr. Rooster - Warsaw Boys Win Golf Sectional - Warsaw To Host Baseball Regional Tuesday

06-03-2006 - DNR To Host Public Meeting About Mute Swans Wednesday - Warsaw Police Surveillance Will Increase In Central Park - McGuire Hired At Knightstown

06-02-2006 - Fire Victim Identified - Claypool Woman Dies In Accident - Man Dies From Injuries - Light The Night Set For Sept. 22 - Alcohol Permit Approved For New Village Restaurant

06-01-2006 - Warsaw Planning ‘Open House’ June 17 - One Dead In Papakeechie Fire - IDNR Experts To Discuss Lake Projects At Expo - Paddlefish Found In Lake Wawasee - Warsaw Leads Locals To Track And Field State Finals

05-31-2006 - Driver Hurt As Car Hits House - Cycle Hits Deer; Rider Critical - Mentone Man Gets 88-Year Sentence - Another Charge Filed In Exploitation Case - Biomet Goods Found In Indy Warehouse

05-30-2006 - Triton Names Top Students - Nash Named Teacher Of Year - Pierceton Holding Fundraisers To Defray Toddler’s Medical Costs - No Foul Play In Winona Heron’s Death

05-27-2006 - Former South Vietnam Sailor Guest Speaker Monday - Woman Needs Lung Transplant, Insurance - Cass Ends Squires' Softball Season

05-26-2006 - Molesting Conviction Brings 64-Year Term - Woman Faces Murder Charges In Moser’s Death - Old West Shooting Show Set At Fairgrounds - United Way Allocates $1.26 Million - Local Tracksters Advance To State Meet

05-25-2006 - County Groups Plan Memorial Day Events - KDI Hears From County Redevelopment Panel

05-24-2006 - Ligonier Woman Held In Murder Of Cromwell Man - Winona Residents, Council Still Sparring Over Canal - Triton Team Headed To Global Competition In Destination ImagiNation - Legion Seeks Donations For Downtown Flags - Locals Qualify For State Track Meet - Warsaw Netters Denied By DeKalb

05-23-2006 - County Tagged For Major Moves Projects - Variance Granted For Deck Extension On Cleveland Street - One Hurt In Crash On Buffalo - Rozella Ford One of County's Golf Gems

05-22-2006 - Warsaw Symphony ‘Opens’ Pavilion - Lakeland Names 3 Top Students - Rupple Addresses Needs Of Mentally Disabled With Local Caregivers - Warsaw Girls Win Seventh Straight Sectional Title

05-20-2006 - Mexican Consulate Issues Passports, IDs - WCHS Announces Co-Valedictorians Bolt, Cooper - Warsaw BOW Awards Recycling Contract To Waste Management

05-19-2006 - Accident Victim Dies From Injuries Suffered Saturday - Employee Wins Worker’s Comp Case In Indiana Supreme Court - Local Woman Headed To Chicago For Cancer Run - Wawasee Student Builders Host Open House May 26 - Visitors Center Ownership Discussed - Maierle Leads Locals At Goshen Sectional - Boxing, Family Give Salinas Strength - Warsaw, Wawasee Netters Advance

05-18-2006 - Group Forms To Promote Pierceton Skate Park

05-17-2006 - INDOT Officials Unveil Claypool Traffic Plans - Manchester Names Top Students - Syracuse OKs Three Ordinances - WCDC Discusses Possibility Of Downtown Fest, Beer Tent - Inaugural Concert Sunday In New Glover Pavilion - Erosion Ordinance Passed - Warsaw Girls Finish Second In Track Sectional

05-16-2006 - WCHS Building Trades Class Hosts Open House May 25 - Warsaw Schools Discusses Liability Of Leesburg Rec. League Restrooms - WCHS Hopes Faith Prince Will Help Open Arts Center - Whitko Board Honors Friends Of Education - Claypool Discusses Traffic, Annexation Project - City Funds Jobless, Retirement Accounts

05-15-2006 - Kids Honored For Life-Saving Efforts In February Fire - Mutual Federal Buys Local Bank Accounts - Driver Critical After Crash

05-13-2006 - Long Lost Siblings Reunite, Adding To A Family Tree - British Car Enthusiasts Share Joy Of Driving - Paragon Celebrates 15th Anniversary With Opening Of New Facility

05-12-2006 - Triton’s Blackford pitching in Cubs farm system - CVB Observes National Tourism Week With Open House, Tours Of County - Train Hits Trucks At Mentone

05-11-2006 - Man Who Killed Mute Swans Has Permit Revoked By DNR - Daughter Of Zimmer Founder Dead At 91 - Kosciukso REMC Welcomes Community To New Facility

05-10-2006 - Oswego Trader Days Set For May 20, 21 - Wawasee Names New Dean Of Students - Washington School Evacuated - Winona Town Council Announces Result, Cost Of Right-Of-Way Lawsuit - Tire Fest organizer calls event a success - ‘Red Ball’ Nets $49,000 For Local Red Cross - Wawasee Golfers Win Battle Of Unbeatens - Warsaw Girls Win NLC Title

05-09-2006 - Leesburg Sewer Project Notification Begins - Triton Reduces Staff - Planners Approve Center St. Construction - Library Board OKs Capital Project Plan - Tippy Valley Chooses Sewer Plant Contractor - Tigers Sweep Conference Rival Plymouth - Squires Down Valley Netters

05-08-2006 - Fat, Skinny Tire Fest Riders Wow Onlookers In Winona - Work Begins On Pierceton Washington Twp. Library - Developer Seeking Rezoning For Sheldon St. Development

05-06-2006 - Works Board Wraps up Concert Contracts - KLA Marks 25th Anniversary

05-05-2006 - Bars Pay Fines For Gambling Machines, Club Fights Charges - Minifarm Educates Children, 4-H Members - Oakwood Regents Mull Decorations Policy - Latest Scams Says Recipients Are Big Winners In A Lottery

05-04-2006 - Hunn Honored With Presidential Award - Syracuse’s Ciriello Tapped For National SIDS Committee - Planners Hear 3 Rezoning Requests - KYLA Hosts Graduation Ceremony - Manchester To Dedicate New Playground Saturday - Clark Leads Warsaw Softball Team Past Wawasee - Tiger Baseball Team Back On Winning Track

05-03-2006 - Goshert Wins Sheriff’s Race - No Problems With New Voting Machines - Kosciusko County Vote Totals From Tuesday’s Primary ElectionU.S. Senate - KCH Gets New CEO

05-02-2006 - County Honors Tranter - Immigrant Boycott Effects Small On Local Businesses - Warsaw students stay home - Syracuse Man Faces Meth Lab Charges - TIF District Set Up For Biodiesel Plant - Residents Continue Quest To Remove Pile Of Rocks - ‘Northern Corridor’ Upgrades Approved - Claypool Elementary To Be Reopened

05-01-2006 - Seats Up For Election On Three School Boards - High School Hit By Vandals - Miller, Johnson Tops In DARE Quiz Bowl - Changes Ahead For WCHS Drama Dept.

04-29-2006 - Thousands Expected To Attend Fat And Skinny Tire Festival - Trees Dedicated At County Courthouse

04-28-2006 - Election Roundup: Primary Candidates Listed - Triton Teachers Withdraw 2005 Labor Complaint - Drug, Alcohol Quiz Bowl Set Saturday At Library - Middle Schoolers’ Work Featured At ‘An Evening With The Arts’ - Breakfast Optimists Provide Equipment For Child ID

04-27-2006 - Etna Green Bank Robbed - Smith Guilty Of Molesting - Bolt Awarded Lilly Scholarship - KDI Helps Contract Advisers - Wawasee Names Top Students

04-26-2006 - Chamber Hosts BioCrossroads Forum - Alleged Victims Take Stand In Molesting Case - WCHS Students ‘BLITZ’ Warsaw - Mardi Gras Comes To The Red Ball - Winona Resident Offers Boat, Trailer Proposal

04-25-2006 - Poll Workers Review New Rules, For Upcoming Election - Mo-Ped Rider Fair After Crash - Carpenter Running For Commissioner’s Seat - Zoners Approve Parking, Signage - Bond In Akron Man’s Voyeurism Case Reduced - Warsaw Tennis Team Blanks Tippy Valley

04-24-2006 - Silver Lakes Mulls Uses For Old School - Public input part of Silver Lake process - Zoning Board To Hear Variance Requests Tonight - Horn Addresses Lincoln Highway Association - Concert Lineup Solidified - Warsaw Golfers Finish Second In Invitational

04-22-2006 - Well Child Clinic Marks 25 Years Of Service To County

04-21-2006 - Columnist Michael Reagan Entertains Winona Crowd - WCDC Looks To Increase Downtown Activity

04-20-2006 - Ground Broken For Biodiesel Plant - Roadside Trash Can Sometimes Be Dangerous - Road cleanup scheduled - County Middle Schoolers Explore Career Potential - Poll Workers Needed

04-19-2006 - Warsaw Man Convicted In Federal ‘Pot’ Case - Milford Couple Enter Plea Agreement In Cocaine Dealing Case - Wireless Coming To Downtown? - Wawasee Re-Opens Pool - Syracuse Seeks Railway Quiet Zone - 2 Manchester Teacher Contracts Reduced - Two Alleys Vacated For Syracuse CVS

04-18-2006 - Warsaw Settles Employees’ Suit - WCS Gathers Info On Reopening Claypool - Paragon Medical, Hand Industries Form Alliance - Claypool Set For Dreyfus Groundbreaking - Schmucker Seeks Re-Election As Tippy Township Trustee - Warsaw Sewer Line Will Run To Leesburg - Rocks Miff Webber St. Residents

04-17-2006 - Bumbaugh Enters Race For County Sheriff - Mentone Hosts Open House For New Building

04-15-2006 - Women Share Sixty-one Years Of Styling - Treasurer: Tax Bills Out Next Week

04-14-2006 - Strumtrulescent, Walmer Win At Battle Of The Bands - Mandolin Society Plays At Rodeheaver Saturday - \

04-13-2006 - KCSD Hosts Jailer Training - Manchester Sewer Rates To Increase - Puckett, Ruppel Will Walk In Each Other’s Shoes - Lightning Strikes Radio Tower

04-12-2006 - Daniels Says State Moving Forward - Silver Lake Spring Cleaning Scheduled - Solid Waste Board Discusses County Cleanup

04-11-2006 - Leesburg Hears Sewer Project Update - Warsaw Crossing Preliminary Plat Approved By Plan Commission

04-10-2006 - BOW Reviews Departmental Issues - Design Charette For Silver Lake Set For April 22 - Planners To Review Warsaw Crossing - Ducks Killed In Blaze

04-07-2006 - Biomet Confirms Association With Morgan Stanley - Warsaw Man Leads Police On Chase - Davis Found Not Guilty - Booze Board Targets Gambling Devices – Again - The Salvation Army Looking For Brass To Start Band - Oakwood Regency Board Denies Request

04-06-2006 - Lake Access, Water Quality Spark Debate - Lead Task Force To Test Candy For Contamination - Big Second Inning Lifts Oregon-Davis Past Triton

04-05-2006 - Speculation swirls over possible sale of Warsaw implant maker - County Road Cleanup Set April 21-23

04-04-2006 - Akron Man Surrenders, Faces Charges Of Voyeurism, Exploitation - Mentone Passes Building Code - This Year’s Taste Of Ag Event Features New Events For All Ages - Warsaw Approves Vacation Of Public Way - 2006 Lilly Scholars Announced

04-03-2006 - World War II Veteran’s Great-Nephew Pursues, Secures 9 Military Medals - House Fire

04-01-2006 - Pierceton Driver Critical After Crash - Lakeview Students Celebrate Hurricane Fundraising Efforts

03-31-2006 - Warrant Issued In Voyeurism, Exploitation - Bank To Build At Center, Detroit

03-30-2006 - 2 Arrested On Cocaine Charges - Voter Registration Ends Monday - Voters must have photo ID in May 2 primary - Homework Club Gets KLA Funds

03-29-2006 - Leesburg Studying Plans For Sewer - Heart Of Gold Recipients Called ‘Extraordinary’ - Deer Task Force May Conduct Survey - KCH’s Mullins Takes New Position At Triad - Kinsey, Bart’s Honored By North Webster Chamber

03-28-2006 - Spring Forward This Sunday - Exception Sought For Home Business - WCS May Re-Open Claypool School - Schmitt Sworn In As Winona Town Marshal - Valley OKs Wastewater Bid Outline

03-27-2006 - Miller Announces Retirement, Resignation - First Conviction In Manchester Man’s Murder - 14-Year-Old Injured In Drive-By Shooting At Center Lake Pavilion - Warsaw Students Showcase Talents At EdCom - Valley Grad Dies In Roadway Bombing In Iraq - CCAC Still Studying Construction Of Indoor Facility

03-25-2006 - County Tests Language Program

03-24-2006 - Pierceton Man Honored For Heroism - Ivy Tech Seeks To Acquire New Campus In County - Gift Of Warmth Helped 873 Local Households

03-23-2006 - Teen To Plead Insanity In Mom’s Murder - KDI Gets Info On Lake Development - Webster Man Killed In Crash - Mentone Man Pleads Guilty After Assault On Fellow Inmate - Sus Amigos Students Hear Success Stories - Special Olympics Hoops Team Playing For State Title - Bibler Steps Down At Valley

03-22-2006 - Residents Urge Cleanup Along County Roads - WCDC Still Deciding Fate Of Comstock House - Groups Reach Agreement On Use Of Pete Thorn Center - Manchester Hopes To Reduce Number Of Positions Eliminated - County Redevelopment Commission Hears From KDI President, Syracuse Real Estate Broker

03-21-2006 - School Project Completion Seen By End Of June - Downtown Light Displays To Remain Up Year-Round - Red Ball Committee Kicks Off 2006 Plans - Biomet Showing Record Results

03-20-2006 - Old School Yearbooks Chronicle County History

03-18-2006 - City To Charge Trash Fees For Noncompliance - Local Company Plans Fiber Optics Link - What's Wrong With Tiger Basketball

03-17-2006 - Convicted Robber Faces 70 Years - Webster Man Faces Seduction Charges - State Treasurer Says Daniels Has Indiana On Right Path - Van Cliburn Finalist Plays Sunday At Rodeheaver - Orthopedic Center Breaking Ground Today

03-16-2006 - Lt. Gov. Weighs In On New Laws - Cardinal Center Honors Workers - McIntosh Land OK For Recreation - Parent Of Bullied Student Questions Wawasee Safety

03-15-2006 - Schutt Ave. Access To Be Improved - Town: Lippert Corp. Dumping Illegally - Source One Team Continues Reign As Top Quiz Bowl Team - Webster Settles Sewer Bill - Officer Honored - Town's Greenway Named Heritage Trail

03-14-2006 - 'Junk' Cars, Skateboards Top Pierceton Town Council Agenda - Valley Principal Resigns - Mentone Furthers Permit Fees, Fines for Construction - Planners Discuss Ind. 15

03-13-2006 - Winds Rip Through Maple Leaf Farms - Fatal Accident At Dexter Axle - Warsaw Zoners Considers Lot Size Changes - EdCom Activities Set For March 23 - Warsaw's Season Ends With Regional Loss - Warriors Fall In Regional Final - Jay County Topples Tippecanoe Valley

03-11-2006 - Lilly Funds Used In County’s Fight Against Drug Abuse - K21 Grant Will Further Medical Assistant Course - Soybean Board Member Happy About Biofuel Plant - Youth Pastor Returns To High School

03-10-2006 - Teens Hurt In Crash - Town councilman Miller expects big changes - Growth around town will be reviewed by APC, BZA - Biesemeyer To Run For Assessor In Tippecanoe Twp. - Red Cross Honors Volunteers - Tigers To Play Muncie Central - Valley To Battle Jay County Patriots - Wawasee To Square Off With F.W. Concordia

03-09-2006 - Indiana Takes Lead In Biofuels; Claypool Plant World’s Largest - IEDC member lauds project - Local farmers will see benefits from new plant - Second Victim Dies From Buggy Crash Injuries - Sacred Heart Speller Headed To Regional - Warsaw Senior Overcomes Obstacles - Some Kosciusko County history was made Saturday night, as for the first time ever all three schools located in the county advanced to boys regional basketball action.

03-08-2006 - Claypool To Get Biofuels Plant - Manchester Reduces RIF List To 9 - Wellness policy OK’d - KLA Cadets Hear About Social Services

03-07-2006 - Mentone May Form Building Department - Two Rescued As Woman Wakes To Smoke, Flames - City Clarifies Trash Can Regulations - Councilman questions rules for tax abatement - Tusings Named 2006 Friends Of Extension - Relay For Life Changes Location For This Year’s Spring Event

03-06-2006 - Manchester Man Dies After Striking Buggy - Fort Wayne Man Faces Several Drug Charges - Trash Problems Piling Up For Warsaw - Optimists’ Oratorical Winners Announced - Warsaw Boys Win Sectional Title - Warriors Line Up Sectional Crown - Valley Vikings Edge Norwell For Sectional Title

03-04-2006 - Mitchell Runs For Advisory Board Seat - Soldiers’ Parade, Greenway Donation At Works Board - Warsaw Boys Advance To Title Game - Valley Vikings Slip By Peru Tigers

03-03-2006 - Two Held In Milford Meth Bust - Murder Victim Suffered Six Sword Wounds - Multi-Township EMS To Serve Out Of Prairie Township Base - North Manchester Joins Wabash EDC - Longtime Public Servant Dies At 88

03-02-2006 - Snipes Runs For County Recorder - Sus Amigos Hosts Sixth Annual Banquet

03-01-2006 - Lead Task Force Hopes To Educate Public - Conley Set For County Election - Webster Opens Art Rooms, Plans Classes - Wawasee Boys Sink Lakers - Valley Boys Advance, Wildcats Ousted

02-28-2006 - Warsaw Schools Study Building Options - Winona Appoints 6 Members To Greenway Art Panel - DeMarco Tries Suicide In Kosciusko Jail

02-27-2006 - Bucks Lock Horns, Drown In Pond - Grant Allows Mentoring At Tippecanoe Valley

02-25-2006 - Kavanaugh Explains WSO To Potential Board Members - Tigers Hang On, Win Finale At Carroll - Senior Rules For Wawasee

02-24-2006 - Son Held In Mom’s Slaying - KDI Board Mulls Commissioners’ Decision - Chamber, KDI Offer Small Business Seminar, Loan Program - Winona Town Marshal To Resign, Council Says

02-23-2006 - Grace To Build ‘Orthopedic Capital Center’ - Guilty Verdicts In Armed Robbery Trial - Fire Damages Home - Hearing Produces NIPSCO Details For IURC To Investigate - Ex-Treasurer Seeks Office Of Tippecanoe Township Assessor - Robinson Hearing Postponed Over Victim Notification

02-22-2006 - Kralis Bros. Foods To Close; May Reopen - Witnesses Testify In Robbery Trial - SWCD Honors Local Farmers - Syracuse Submits Water Plans To State - WCDC Questions Financial Liability Of Comstock House - Reduction-In-Force Letters Go Out To 24 Manchester Teachers - Council Approves Industrial Park as ERA

02-21-2006 - WCS Names Haworth Superintendent - More change orders OK’d - Whitko Project To Start In May - Robbery Trial Starts For Mitchell - Dunnagan, Rensberger Seek State Rep. Seat On Demo Ticket

02-20-2006 - DeMarco Gets 120-Year Term - DAR Presents Essay Winners - Wawasee Boys Win Swim Sectional - NorthWood Girls End Valley's Season - Area Wrestlers Place At State - Manchester Girls Fall In Regional Thriller

02-18-2006 - Three Arrested On Prostitution-Related Charges - Intended Candidate Doesn’t Make Filing Deadline - Scouts Honored For Advancement To Eagle Rank - BOW Approves Contracts For Central Park Events - Kramer, Vikings Find Way To Win - Sophomore Leads Valley On Senior Night

02-17-2006 - County Releases Employee Info To American Express - Crash Fatal To Rochester Man - Massage Therapists Lend Aid To Victims Of Hurricane Katrina - Winter Guard Finding Success - Six Area Wrestlers To Compete In Indy - Vikings Learn Lessons, Ready For Regional - Squires Defensive About Regional Chance

02-16-2006 - Vandals Strike Valley High School - Two Hurt In Crash On Center Street - Webster Post Office Project On Hold - Baker Youth Clubs Provides Safe Fun - Depot May Support Retail Store - Library Renovation Projects Nearing Completion

02-15-2006 - Crash Injuries Prove Fatal To Milford Woman - Scam Targets Warsaw Woman - Latino Students Learn About Local Opportunities - Valley Renovation Near Completion; Change Orders OK’d - Winona Establishes Art Commission For Lake City Greenway - Zoners Deny Request - Wawasee Assembles Data Base Of Test Info - Warsaw Boys Snap Losing Streak

02-14-2006 - NIPSCO Gas Cost Hearing Set Feb. 22 In Goshen - Pierceton EMS Out Of Service - Library Renovations Expected To Be Complete In Two Weeks - More Candidates File For Office - Planners OK Plat For Husky Trail Subdivision - Milford OKs DARE Donation

02-13-2006 - LEPC, Heath Dept. Compiling List Of Seasonal Health Professionals - Milford Woman Hurt In Crash - Quiz Bowl Offers Fun, Competition, Fundraising - Dreyfus Official Says No Decision Yet On Kosciusko Plant - Local Legislators Voice Support For ‘Major Moves’ - Vikings Win Sectional - Area Wrestlers Advance To State - Squires Win Big - Grace Men’s Basketball Team Snaps Four-Game Losing Skid

02-11-2006 - Inmate Count Questioned, payment Held - Mentone Community Emergency Services Building Coming Together - Students Study Olympics - Meth Lab Found In Syracuse, Couple Charged - Leesburg Man Charged With Child Molesting - Donaldson, DeKalb Shoot Down Tigers - Squires Survive Sectional Scare - Valley Vikings Advance

02-10-2006 - Cromwell Woman Pleads Guilty In DUI Death Case - Gunter Seeks 4th Term As County Commissioner - Local Jury Finds Muncie Man Guilty Of Drug Charges - Warsaw Boys Lose In Closing Seconds - Manchester Finds Shooting Touch

02-09-2006 - Crash Ends With Arrest - Optimists Sponsor Speech Contest For Kids - Goodman Trio To Appear Saturday At Rodeheaver

02-08-2006 - County Continues Drug Prevention Efforts - Other organizations also fight drug use - Commissioners Withhold Additional Money For KDI - Silver Lake Approves Trash Bid Looks At Pump House Roof Bids - Squires Make Quick Work Of Apaches - Wawasee Falls In Sectional Opener - Whitko Girls Lose Nail-Biter

02-07-2006 - Residents Declare Candidacies For Public Office - City To Replace Flags - Donations Sought For Mentone Building - N.M. Gets Tax Allotment; ’06 Budget Not Approved

02-06-2006 - Florida Man Dies In Crash - Downtown Merchants Push ‘Cupid’ Promotion - Sidney, Jackson Twp. Residents Form Neighborhood Watch - Warsaw Boys Lose Fourth Straight Game - Warsaw Girls Win Swim Sectional - Area Grapplers Advance - Warriors Shoot Down Wildcats

02-04-2006 - Next Stage Of Greenway In The Works - Local Dentists Help Kids Smile - Sindle, Crimson Chargers Shoot Down Tigers - Valley Wins Big Over West Central

02-03-2006 - Medtronic Sues Biomet Over Patent - ABC Chides Eagles Over Gambling - Local Officials Oppose Change To Spring ISTEP - Parking Topic For Traffic Panel - Symphony Names Board Of Directors - NIPSCO Receives Favorable Orders From State Regulators - Warsaw Girls Lose On Senior Night

02-02-2006 - Planners Vacate Streets Around Lilly Property - Longtime Warsaw Officer Retiring After 34 Years - Manchester Cops Probe Armed Robbery

02-01-2006 - Silver Lake Home Damaged By Fire - Builders, REMC Host Community Growth Forum - Polling Places Change - Second-Ranked Foresters Slip By Grace - Triton Boys Hoops Team Continues Winning Ways

01-31-2006 - WCS Hears Construction Update - County Resurrects Redevelopment Commission - Mitchell Seeks Re-election To Whitko School Board - Brown Enters Sheriff’s Race

01-30-2006 - 2 Warsaw Schools Named Four Star Schools - Syracuse Man In Serious Condition - Focus On United Way: Well Child Clinic Offers Parental Support - Big Brother Big Sister Works For All Ages - Warsaw Wrestlers Win Sectional - Sluggish Tigers Fall To NorthWood - Squires Clinch Share Of TRC Title - Warsaw's Taylor Breaks Conference Record

01-28-2006 - Health Care Foundation Offers Mini-Grants For Infants - Tri-Kappa, KCC Foundation Partner For Women’s Health - Quick Start Pushes Panthers Past Tigers - Valley's Drudge Too Much For Manchester

01-27-2006 - Claypool School Vandalism Cleanup To Cost $2,000 - Chamber Honors Jansen, Shaffner As Man And Woman Of The Year

01-26-2006 - Polling Places To Change For Primary - 2 Candidates Remain In Search For Superintendent - Warsaw Gets Its Moment Of Fame - KDI Chair Discusses Meeting With County Council

01-25-2006 - Builders Work For Ailing Child - Task Force Meets, Eyes Deer Problem - Beyer Medical Opens Monday - County Candidates File Intentions To Seek Office - Early Show Tapes In Warsaw - Squires Hold On For Win At Triton - Valley Girls Find Way To Win

01-24-2006 - Winona Gives Views On Upcoming Legislation - Long Elected To Mentone Council - Petitioners Ask Zoners To Withdraw, Table Requests - Diercks To Drive For ML Motorsports - NORTH MANCHESTER – The Manchester boys and girls swim team celebrated senior night against Columbia City Monday night. The boys won 95-74, while the girls fell 105-81.

01-23-2006 - Zoners To Hear Country Club Drive Variance Request - Short-Handed Tigers Top Concord - Warsaw Wrestlers Third In NLC Match - Whitko Wrestlers Win TRC Title - Warsaw Girls Swimmers Second In NLC Meet - Vikings Continue TRC Win Streak - High School Roundup

01-21-2006 - City Bow Opens Outfall Bids - Pierceton, Township Discuss Services - Rumors Of Multi-Township Movig To Plain, Washington Townships True - Concord Clips Tigers In Double Overtime - East Chicago Central Too Much For Warsaw Girls - Valley Girls Win TRC Title

01-20-2006 - DeMarco Guilty; Faces Up To 200 Years - CCAC Funds Cut - Illinois Arrest Alleges Molesting In Warsaw Incident - DePuy Acquires Hand Innovations LLC

01-19-2006 - DeMarco Abused As A Young Teen Statement Shows - Informational Kiosks Placed Around Warsaw - Suit For Damages Filed In Fatal Crash - Waste District To Hire Office Assistant

01-18-2006 - Molesting Trial Continues With Graphic Testimony - Resident Seeks Update On Deer Task Force - Young Tigers Seek Lights For Field - WCDC Looks At Upcoming Events - Dispatchers Honored For Longtime Service - Warsaw Grapplers Lose Tie-Breaker To Concord - Warriors Beat Battered Whitko

01-17-2006 - Jury Chosen In DeMarco Case - 3 Held After Home Invasion - WCS Board Covers Wide Range Of Topics - Tippy Valley Sees End To Construction - Whitko School Board Hears About Bowen Center Program

01-16-2006 - Hundreds Attend MLK Tribute At Lakeview - Paragon to Acquire DePuy Mitech Facility - Adventure Racers Gear Up For Season - Winona Residents Charged In Robbery - Cougars Clip Lancers - Wawasee Boys Win Big

01-14-2006 - Annual Jail Report Given To Council - Sheriff Rovenstine Serving On Indiana Law Enforcement Training Board - Warsaw Boys Win At Home - Valley Beats Buzzer, Rival Rochester

01-13-2006 - Council Tells KDI It’s Up To Commissioners To Approve Funding - Concert Commemorates Legacy Of MLK - Warsaw Education Foundation Plans Red Apple Raffle Jan. 21 - Cromwell Woman Pleads Guilty In DUI Death Case - Caucus Held For Mentone Council Seat - Warsaw Wrestlers Suffer Third NLC Loss

01-12-2006 - Rodriguez Candidate For County Auditor - Students Inducted Into Adult Ed Honor Society - Bontrager Closes Warsaw Location - Manchester Girls Win Big - Grace's Upset Bid Falls Short

01-11-2006 - BZA Delays High-Fence Hunting Decision Until March - Grill Stresses White Paper Importance To KLA Cadets - Police Urge Caution During Internet Deals - Winona OKs Two Contracts - Warsaw Man Dies After Police Chase - Sarber Announces Candidacy For County Auditor’s Office

01-10-2006 - WCS Options Include Re-Opening Claypool - Mentone Seeks New Town Council Member - Six Cars Damaged In Parking Lot Mishap - Redevelopment Commission Discusses Ind. 15 Projects - Library Adopts Plan For Improvements - Lake District Committee Meeting Wednesday

01-09-2006 - Workshop Focuses On Lakes In The Tippecanoe River Watershed - Three Teens Hurt In Crash On 400E - South Side Topples Tigers - Warsaw Girls Pull Away From Northridge

01-07-2006 - Kimble Glass To Close Warsaw Plant In June - Three Run For Wayne Township Trustee - Warsaw School Board Looks At Future Options At Monday Meeting - Valley Girls Knock Off Northfield - Tigers Top NLC Foe Northridge

01-06-2006 - Warsaw Continues Superindent Search - Gambling Law Violators Appear Before ABC - Traffic Panel Consulted On Proposed Subdivision

01-05-2006 - New APC Members Welcomed, Code Changes Discussed - Reports reviewed - Manchester Sewer Project Will Affect Rates - School Reaps Benefits From Reading Program - Lucas Acquires RE/MAX Rainbow - Warsaw Swimmers Sink Vikings

01-04-2006 - Manchester 3rd Graders To Undergo Assessment Testing - Warsaw Figures Prominently In Business Survey - Patterson Remains President; Deer, Wetlands Addressed - Grace Offense Struggles In Loss - Tiger Grapplers Rough Up Plymouth - High School Roundup

01-03-2006 - Wulliman Runs For Open County Recorder Post

01-02-2006 - Teen Held After Friday Shooting - Warsawan Shoots Self - Staton Named Parks Director At North Manchester - Cardinal Center’s Ralston Receives State Award - Accident Reports Must Go To BMV

12-31-2005 - McGuire, DeMarco Top 2005 Stories - Warsaw Boys Escape With Win - Rochester Tops Valley In Title Tilt

12-30-2005 - Army Corp Dings Warsaw Over Wetland - Milford Takes Care Of Year-End Business - Fast Cab Offers Free Rides To New Year’s Revelers - Stolen Items Recovered

12-29-2005 - New Home Construction On The Rise In Warsaw - 88 Oil Changes Donated To Project Independence - Parade Site Chosen

12-28-2005 - Winona Passes Snow/Parking Ordinance - Venue Change Hearing Continued In Molesting Case - Syracuse Elects Town Council Officers For 2006 - Appointments Made To County Boards - 2-Year-Old Found In Trunk Of Car

12-26-2005 - Hayhurst To Run For Congress On Demo Ticket

12-24-2005 - Barbee Board Works To Disolve Conservancy - Mershon Items Go To Old Jail

12-23-2005 - Herendeen Inducted Into Air Show Hall Of Fame - ‘Winter Village’ Draws Friends, Family To Warsawan’s Home - St. Joe Tops Cold-Shooting Tigers - High School Roundup

12-22-2005 - Paragon Medical Acquires Companies - McSherry Running For Auditor - Warsaw Boys Win In OT

12-21-2005 - Manchester Alters Student Travel Policy - Manchester ISTEP Scores Surprise School Officials

12-20-2005 - Symmetry To Expand - WCS Software Will Allow Parental Access - Board tables change orders - City Agrees To Demolish Home On East Main - ‘Gift Of Warmth’ Nets $9,000 In Donations

12-19-2005 - Building Corp. To Meet Wednesday

12-17-2005 - Winona Lake Property Dispute Opens In Court - BOW Addresses Businesses In Violation Of Building Codes - Contracts reviewed, approved

12-16-2005 - Zoning Board Denies Variance Request - Silver Lake Signs EMS Contract With M-TEMS - Fulk Hired As Pierceton Officer - Crash Fatal To Manchester Man - Railroad Vandalism Brings Charges - Stolen Items Found After Drug Arrest - Warsaw Grapplers Big Winners Over Wawasee - Locals Playing For NAIA National Championship - High School Roundup

12-15-2005 - Dispatcher, Director Take Issue With Pierceton Resident’s Public Comments - Tippy Valley Sees Room For ISTEP Improvement - Fort Wayne Philharmonic Holiday Concert Sunday - Woman Enters Not Guilty Plea In Prostitution Charge

12-14-2005 - County Council Hears About Success Of Lock Box Program - Winona Looks At Septic, Easements - Warsaw ISTEP Scores Show Little Change From 2004 - KDI Presents Updated Business Plan To County Commissioners - Claypool Teen Has Shot At Becoming ‘Nashville Star’ - Valley Shuts Down Peru Star In Second Half - High School Roundup

12-13-2005 - Officers Hurt During Arrest - Response To Tire-Slashing Upsets Pierceton Residents - Planners OK Biggs Request; Evaluates New Subdivision - TVHS Switches To 7-Period School Day - Milford Uses 25% Of Year’s Road Salt - Lakeview Middle School Hosts Science Show Thursday Night

12-12-2005 - Woman Who Fled Courtroom Arrested - Barbee Conservancy District Dissolved On 478-436 Vote - Biggs Again Seeking Planners OK For Paths Of Deerfield Subdivision - Fire Hits Downtown Whitley Building - Warsaw Boys Fall At Penn - Tiger Girls Lose Sloppy Game - Warsaw Swimmers Sink Goshen - Wawasee Boys Still Unbeaten - Lancers Upset No. 16 Cornerstone

12-10-2005 - City Board Touches On Massage Ordinance

12-09-2005 - Goshen Crash Kills Ligonier Woman - No Charges In Crash That Killed Teen Driver - Record Snowfall Blankets Area - Wooster Road Christmas Display Updated - Lake City Skiers Named Top Club In Nation

12-08-2005 - Conservancy District Gets Go-Ahead From Court For Election - Manchester Considers Sewer Rate Increase - Local Estate Gives $700,000 To St. Jude - Planners OK Plat With Drainage Condition - Toys For Tots Conducts Toy Drive This Saturday - Vikings Win Low-Scoring Affair - Grace College Roundup

12-07-2005 - Warsaw’s Central Park Fully Lit - Goshert Runs For Sheriff - No Ruling On Barbee District Yet - Pay Raises Approved For Manchester Administrators - Syracuse Changes Skate, Bike Rules - IEDC CEO Patricia Miller Addresses Local Manufacturers’ Council - Plymouth Boys Rough Up Vikings - High School Roundup

12-06-2005 - Lifeline Hosts Open House At Blue Lion - WSO Presents Handel’s ‘Messiah’ Friday - Mentone Talks About Unkempt Property, Annexation Possibilities - Valley Grapplers Pin Rival Squires

12-05-2005 - Eight Face Drug Charges - Year-Long Cocaine Probe Leads To Two Saturday Arrests In Claypool - Christmas Countdown Set Dec. 16

12-03-2005 - Simmons Receives Bronze Star - Law Enforcement Trails Suicidal Man - BOW Approves Contracts For Maintenance And Inspections - Time Out Inn Reprimanded For Illegal Gambling Machines

12-02-2005 - No Decision Yet On Charges In Crash That Killed New Paris Teen - Four Teens Hurt In Crash On Syr-Web Road - Cleveland Man’s Death Still A Mystery - Oakwood Winter Prep Completed In October

12-01-2005 - DeMarco Seeks Change Of Venue - Local lawmakers weigh in on prayer ruling - Warsaw Merchants Gear Up For ‘Hometown Holidays’ Sales Event - County To Remain In Eastern Time Zone - Stolen 4-Wheelers Recovered - Santa’s House Arrives At Kmart Plaza - Warsaw Girls Down Bruins

11-30-2005 - Railroad Work Ongoing In Warsaw - County Commissioners OK K-CODE Grants - Smith & Nephew Wins Injunction Against Biomet - Marsh Supermarkets Announce Loss, Explore Sale - Clay Beats Buzzer, Tigers - Warsaw Wrestlers Fall To Elkhart Memorial - High School Roundup

11-29-2005 - Milford Boy, 10, Struck By Car - Zoners OK Setback Reductions For Sheradon - Judge Favors KCH In Doctor’s Suit Over Non-Compete Clause - Library Exhibit Details Life Of W.H. Mershon

11-28-2005 - Cleveland Man’s Body Found Along Railroad; Homicide Suspected - Toy Consignment Set Dec. 10, 11 - Warsaw Zoning Board To Hear Requests For Variance, Fence, Retail Sales - Claypool Homes Target Of Money From USDA Grant - Eagles Soar Past Tigers - Wawasee Boys Hold Off Hornets - High School Roundup

11-26-2005 - Mobile Home Fire - Squires Topple Tigers - Free Throws Big For Triton Boys

11-25-2005 - North Webster OKs Sewer Extension Bid - Greyhound Bus Depot To Close In January - Depth, Experience Lead Warsaw Boys To Win - Whitko Drops Season Opener To Columbia City

11-23-2005 - Cahill Resigns - Feds Involved In Local TB Cases - First Snow Keeps Cops, EMS Busy - Barbee Conservancy Outlines Election Procedures - Freeholders sue to stop dissolution of district - Valley Students Seek To Raise Awareness Of Argentina Holocaust - Moore Pilots Grace Past Bethel - Lady Tigers Shut Down Barons - Irwin Trying To Restore Roar At Whitko - Names, Size New At Manchester This Year - Groves Ready For First Full-Year Stint At Triton - High School Roundup - Grace College Roundup

11-22-2005 - Services For Marine From Manchester Held Monday - Pierceton Officer Resigns - WCS Hears Software Woes - Winona Residents Take Issue With Council’s Comments - Clay, Lake, Seward Townships Get New Ambulance Service - Warsaw Hears Report On Cost Of Sewer System

11-21-2005 - Elks Hosts Free Meal - Teen Dies As Car Crashes Into Pond - Flu Vaccine In Short Supply, Local Health Officials Say - Potato Giveaway Set Friday - CASA Fundraiser Attendance Grows - Warsaw Girls Win Second Straight - Warsaw Wrestlers Tie For First In Tournament - High School Roundup - Grace Women Win Hoops Tournament

11-19-2005 - BOW Hears Report On Contract Bids - Sewage Plants Awarded During IWEA Banquet - Skyler Scott Takes A Chance And Finds Doors Opening - Warsaw Girls Overcome Sloppy First Half - High School Roundup - Grace College Roundup

11-18-2005 - Donnelley Closing Premedia Division; 86 Jobs Terminated - Harrison Teachers Nominated For Disney Awards

11-17-2005 - Meth Tips Lead To Arrest Of Claypool Man - Local Poultry Firms Safe From Bird Flu - Train Derails At Burket - Thief Takes Cash Drawer At Silver Inn - Foundation Recognizes ‘Legacies’ At Annual Meeting - Warsaw Going Nuts Over Holiday Season

11-16-2005 - Baker Youth Clubs Gets $500K For New Facility - Custer Zoning Request Denied - City Plans Holiday Events - Tree Fest Starts Today - Fahs Named To Manchester School Board - DePuy Employees Help Needy Families - Sprint, Times-Union Honor Swank As ‘Indiana Leader Of Tomorrow’ - Wawasee Girls Outlast Lakeland - Grace College Roundup - High School Roundup

11-15-2005 - Leesburg Residents Give Opinions On Sewer Issue - Subdivision Request Tabled - Planners Look To Update Comprehensive Plan - Pierceton Considers Sidney Sewage Request - 60 Attend Warsaw School’s 3rd Town Meeting - Manchester Marine Dies In Roadside Iraq Bombing - Portion Of West Center Closed

11-14-2005 - Plan Commission To Review Plat For Zimmer Lane - Warsaw Girls Lose Opener To H. North

11-12-2005 - Brumfield Awarded During Veterans Ceremonies - Davis Honored On Veterans Day

11-11-2005 - Courthouse Renovations Near Completion - Property owners to continue overseeing piers, sheds - Local Officials Weigh In On Time Issue - Education Summit Focuses On Students’ Futures - Grace ‘grows opportunities’

11-10-2005 - Election To Dissolve Barbee Lakes Conservancy District Scheduled Dec. 10 - WRSW Collects Food For Needy - Fick Lone Senior, Leads Young Warrior Team - Triton Older And Wiser, Ready To Return To Top

11-09-2005 - Silver Lake Residents Concerned About Tornado Warning Sirens - Suspect’s Mother Faces Charges - Home-Based Business Approved - Winona Suspects Rabies Cases - Wawasee Hears Reports On Staff Survey, ISTEPs - Sophomore Girls Gather For Employment Workshop - Vikings' Season May Have Many Peaks, Valleys

11-08-2005 - Warsaw Council Comments On Zimmer Expansion - Warsaw Street Crews Ready For Anything Winter Dishes Out - Workplace Wellness Expo To Encourage Healthy Lifestyles - Cahill Hearing Set For Nov. 22 - Mentone To Get Quotes On New Pickup

11-07-2005 - REMC Opens New Office - County OKs Zoning Requests

11-05-2005 - Winona, Residents Haggle Over Shorelines - BOW Approves Police DUI Taskforce Grant - CVB Board Panel Meets With Tourism Director - Author Gives Advice To DePuy’s Managers

11-04-2005 - Zimmer Unveils $64M Expansion - Governor Calls Zimmer Innovation ‘Genius’ - Oakwood Confirms Plat Sale Requirements - ‘WASP’ Addresses Students At WCHS Vets Program - Legion Post Fined For Gambling Violation

11-03-2005 - Truex Says Cops Should Hear Zoning Complaints - Barbee Conservancy Meets Tuesday - Winona Leaf Pick-up Guidelines - North Webster Schedules Book Fair

11-02-2005 - Manchester Murder Details Released At Initial Hearing - Syracuse Wrestles With Costs Of Water Project - KLA Hears Talk About Egg, Other Agribusiness - Frantz Moving, Resigns From Manchester Board - Gunter Thanked By Foundation

11-01-2005 - ‘Winter In The Garden’ Gala Planned Nov. 19

10-31-2005 - Medicare Workshop Planned At Winona - Chase Ends In Crash - Local Principals Help Promote WRSW’s Food-A-Thon - Swartzentruber’s Latest Exhibit Is ‘Pop-Mennonite’ - Two Die In Wabash Accidents - Grandstaff Rendering To Close

10-29-2005 - Trick-Or-Treat Hours - Friday Crash

10-28-2005 - Five Held In Manchester Man’s Murder - KDI Approves Contract With County - Economic Development Discussed At GOP Dinner

10-27-2005 - Barbee Board Accepts Petition To End District - BZA Denies Parking Proposal

10-26-2005 - CASA ‘Taste Of Harvest’ Scheduled Nov. 18

10-25-2005 - Barbee Petitions To Dissolve Conservancy District - Triton Program Helps Reduce Teen Pregnancy - Ladd Receives Coroner Award From Assoc. Of Cities, Towns

10-24-2005 - Bike/Train Accident Kills Man In Syracuse - Wildlife Artists On Display At Mount Memorial - Warsaw Zoners To Consider Parking Lot Request - ‘Wild Things’ Perform At Harrison

10-22-2005 - Board of Works Urges Cooperation From Residents - State Of Mississippi Shocks Grace Student Work Crews - Manchester Schools Hopes New Equipment Isn’t Used

10-21-2005 - Syracuse Driver Injured In Crash - Event Organizers Give Report To Visitors Commission - Red Balloon Travels To Maryland; Finder Rewarded - Poe’s ‘Tortured Genius’ Topic Of KLS Fundraiser - Wawasee Wins Volleyball Sectional Opener - High School Roundup

10-20-2005 - Founder Of SADD To Speak In Area

10-19-2005 - WCDC Relocating To W. Center Street - Highway Department To Install Waste Oil Heater - ISBA Names Whitko An Exemplary Board - Local Community Planners Meet With KLA Cadets - Trick-Or-Treat Hours Listed - Warsaw Kickers Fall In Regional Final - Grace College Roundup

10-18-2005 - Code Enforcers Warn Local Business Owner - City Council Reviews Transfer Requests, Salary Changes - WCS Board Decides On Two Vacant Elementaries - Syracuse Remembers Golf Pro Killed Monday In Ind. 13 Crash - Driver injured in crash upgraded to ‘fair’ - Tip Leads To Arrest At Webster

10-17-2005 - Warsaw Downtown Prepares For Spooktakular - CCS And Salvation Army Discuss Winter Preparation - 2 Held In Robbery At Webster

10-15-2005 - Twilight Fishing

10-14-2005 - Family Settles In Warsaw After Surviving Katrina - Council Transfers $100,000 For Prisoner Healthcare - Art Fair Proceeds Given To Pierceton Foundation - Tigers Look Sharp Against Rockies - High School Roundup

10-13-2005 - Prostitution Arrests Made In Warsaw - Olivera Kicks Off LCCA Concert Season

10-12-2005 - Contaminated Glass Miffs Recyclers - Intercounty Police Work Nets Cocaine Arrest - Pierceton PD Offers Security Survey - Silver Lake Budget Balanced, State Official Says - Wawasee Hears Explanation Of School Funding - Winona Council Stalls Fire Truck Purchase - Smythe Wins, Sets New Course Record - Warsaw Kickers Lose, Wawasee Advances - High School Roundup - Grace College Roundup

10-11-2005 - Sewer Line Topic Of Upcoming Leesburg Meeting - Guardsmen Return From Deployment To Mississippi - Syracuse Drug Bust - Valley OKs New Wastewater Plant At High School - Library Director Recommends Change In Internet Service - Right To Life Holds Annual Banquet - Tigers Open Sectional With Shutout - High School Roundup

10-10-2005 - Disaster-Trained Doctor Helps People Of Mississippi - Munster Ends Warsaw' Season - High School Roundup - Grace College Roundup

10-08-2005 - Syracuse Library Director To Retire - City Sewage Plant Wants Sludge Out

10-07-2005 - Local ‘Family Safety Day’ Set Saturday - Resident Wins Suit Against Mentone - Mad Anthony’s To Open In December, ABC Hears - Barbee District To Pay For Part Of Subdivison’s Sewer Line - Oakwood Organizes Future Plot Placement

10-06-2005 - Speaker Discusses State’s Economic Challenges - Kohl’s Cuts Ribbon On CR 300N - Tigers Headed To Semistate - High School Roundup - Grace College Roundup

10-05-2005 - School Retaliates Against Vandals, Cancels Events - Local Consultants Organize Charity For Beaman Home - Water Well Law Changes On Tap - Defendant Leaves County Circuit Courtroom, Doesn’t Come Back - Tigers Advance To Regional Final - Warsaw Kickers Down Rockies - High School Roundup - Grace College Roundup

10-04-2005 - Councilmen Discuss Bond Refinancing For CSO Operation - Kohl’s Opens Thursday - Warsaw Symphony Orchestra’s First Concert Set Sunday - Deadline Approaches For Nominating Area Young Leaders - Mentone Building Project Continues

10-03-2005 - Medal Of Honor Recipient Charles Seston’s Gravesite Found In New Albany Cemetery - Dekko Seeks ‘Teach To Reach’ Nominations - Warsaw Netter Win Sectional - Tiger Kickers Tie Wawasee - High School Roundup - Grace College Roundup

10-01-2005 - Red Cross Local Chapter Continues Relief Efforts - LMS Students Take A ‘Voyage Of Discovery’ - O-Line Paves Way For McKibben, Warriors - Shafer Busy In Win Over Valley - LaVille Edges Triton - Tigers Fail To Advance As A Team - High School Roundup

09-30-2005 - Driver ‘Serious’ After Crash With Bus - Skillman Speaks At KAFE Symposium - Tigers, Vikings Advance To Title Tilt - High School Roundup - College Roundup

09-29-2005 - Dumping Of Oil In Storm Sewer Believed To Be Intentional - Semi Driver Faces ‘Pot’ Charge; Rig Searched For Explosives By Feds - KDI Transfers Land Options To Agribusiness Firm - Game Raises Money For Relief Effort - On The Gridiron

09-28-2005 - New Process Helps Increase Life Of Streets - Cotton Patch Gospel To Perform This Weekend - Tigers Sneak Past Bruins - High School Roundup - Grace College Roundup

09-27-2005 - Winona Approves Vacations For Orthopedic Center - Local Doctor Headed To Mississippi - Grace Administrators Back From Helping With Hurricane Relief - Warsaw Harriers Beat NLC Foes - High School Roundup

09-26-2005 - Unbagged Trash A Problem For Street Department - Tigers Advance To State...Again - Warsaw Places Second At NLC Tennis Championships - Grace Men Lose MCC Opener

09-24-2005 - Boice WW II-Era Films Ready To View At Museum - Boice Collection Numbers More Than 100 Films - Valley Teacher Up For Presidential Award - Warsaw Falls At Goshen - Plymouth Beats Warriors In Double OT - Valley Wins 12th Straight TRC Game - Wildcats Hang On For Homecoming Win

09-23-2005 - Gov. Daniels Visits Bar In Bourbon - Cahill Hearing Postponed At Pierceton - Pyle Correspondence A Mail Call Highlight For Nearly A Century - Warsaw Kickers Blank Goshen Redskins - Warsaw Spikers Escape Wawasee - Hoops Show Coming To Grace College - High School Roundup - Grace College Roundup

09-22-2005 - Local Doctor Helped Mississippians Recover - Crash Claims Life Of Nappanee Father, Son - 14-Year Sentence Handed Down In Drunk Driving Case - Local Literacy Group Brings Engel Back To Tippy Lake Country Club - Blount, ML Motorsports Gearing Up For Busch Series Races - High School Roundup - On The Gridiron

09-21-2005 - State Police Seek Federal Charges After ‘Pot’ Bust - Poles Block Progress Of Lake Wawasee Trailhead - Syracuse Revises Parking, Animal Rules - Manchester Schools Hires Substitute Service - Pavilion Donated For Central Park - TV Netters Edge Rival Whitko - High School Roundup - Grace College Roundup

09-20-2005 - Local Driver Says Ohio System Could Work On U.S. 30 - Triton Approves Budget - Lake, Prairie Townships Asked To Decide If They Want Closed School Buildings, Land - Eagle Scouts Hear City Council Discuss Budgets, Funding - Barbee Residents Hear From State Health Dept. Director

09-19-2005 - Switzer Sworn In As First Female President Of Manchester College - Blunt Force Trauma Killed Murder Victim, Wabash Coroner Says - Back To The Days Of Kosciuszko At Fairgrounds This Weekend - Kosciuszko a Polish military engineer - Warsaw Girls Win Golf Sectional - Officially Speaking - High School Roundup - Grace College Roundup

09-17-2005 - New Orleans Student Adjusts To Life At Warsaw - Officers Find Reward In Helping With Relief Efforts - Zimmer Continues Renovation To Old Lake Theatre - Warsaw Fire Dept. Seeks BOW Approval For Family Safety Day Activities

09-16-2005 - Active Cases Of TB Reported In County - County Association Names Duncan As Fireman Of Year - Metcalf Honored - Sprint CEO Visits Warsaw; Gives Info On New Company

09-15-2005 - Red Cross Collects $50,000 In Local Donations For Relief - Pastor Faces Molesting Charges - Webster Experiencing Thefts, Break-Ins; Town Marshal Gives Advice To Residents - Robbery Reported At East End Lunch - Manchester Investigating Case Of Rape

09-14-2005 - Police Warn Of Potential Scams - Mobile Data Systems Installed In KCSD Cars - Route Announced For Homecoming Parade - Pierceton Man Faces Cocaine Charges - Tippecanoe Gala Raises $60,000 For Cancer Care - Warsaw Boys Keep Wawasee Winless - Warsaw Kickers Blank NorthWood - High School Roundup - Grace College Roundup

09-13-2005 - Leesburg Continues Debate Over Sewers - Pierceton Town Council Hears From Cahill Supporters - Vandals Target Windows - Winona Art Auction Benefits United Way - Planners Approve Biggs Plat - Courthouse Closing Wednesday

09-12-2005 - Legendary Broadcaster Schenkel Dies - Celebraci—n Latina Draws 4,500 To Central Park - Biggs Inc. Seeking Final Plat Approval - Valley Wins 10th Straight TRC Game - Tiger Kickers Win Consolation Game - High School Roundup - Grace College Roundup

09-10-2005 - Whitaker To Run For Sheriff - Coyle Turns Misfortune Into Opportunity To Help Others Recover From Stroke - Grace Staff Members Volunteer In Louisiana - Tiger Win NLC Thriller - Concord Lives Up To Name, Beats Wawasee

09-09-2005 - U.S. 30 Crash Kills Driver In Intersection - Senior Housing Development Approved By Plan Commission - Parade Of Homes Hosts VIP Night - Kids Market Consignment Sale Set For Sept. 17 - Group Seeks Zoning Map For Lakes - Warsaw Golfers Beat Manchester - Penn Rides Beaudway To Won Over Tigers - High School Roundup - Grace College Roundup

09-08-2005 - Chapman Rezoning OK’d Despite Public Opinion - Driver Critical After Crash - Celebraci—n Latina Honors Hispanic History - State Supreme Court Reviewing Creekmore Case - Local REMC Linemen Headed To Gulf Coast - County - Storage Seen As Solution For Sewer Overflow - On The Gridiron - High School Roundup

09-07-2005 - Flags To Be Flown At Half Staff - Housing Authority Director Seeks $50,000 From City - Warsaw Eyes 2006 School Budget - Donor to renovate Edgewood football field - Triton School Board Discusses Hurricane’s Effects - Manchester Allows Soccer, Football Overlap - Grace College Roundup - High School Roundup

09-06-2005 - Police Probe Armed Robbery - Ministers’ Donations Arrive In Louisiana - Schools Keeping Eye On Rising Price Of Fuel - Taste Of The Lakes Set For Sept. 18

09-03-2005 - Sheriff’s Deputies Head To Louisiana - World Compassion Network Accepting Donations - Salvation Army Launches Massive Relief Effort - Board Approves Replacement Of Damaged Police Car

09-02-2005 - Local Guardsmen Deployed To Mississippi - Guardsmen talk about their mission - Local Company To Truck Food Into Alabama - Drug Bust Nets Drugs, Guns, Cash - High School Roundup - College Roundup

09-01-2005 - No Pain, All Gain: YMCA Dodges Its Way To Victory - Leadership Council Organizing At Whitko - Folk Artist’s Carved Canes Displayed At Lakeland Art Gallery - High School Roundup - College Roundup - On The Gridiron

08-31-2005 - Gas Prices Soar - Fuel Distributor Says Prices Will Come Back Down - WCHS Construction Keeps Moving Ahead - Women’s Symposium To Feature Skillman - Warriors Shifty In Win Over Squires - Blackford Ready For Cub Life - High School Roundup - Second Half Too Short For Grace

08-30-2005 - Salvation Army, Red Cross Urge Financial Assistance For Hurricane Katrina Victims - Library Board Approves $2.1 Million ’06 Budget - Mentone Budget Totals $388,291 For 2006 - Warsaw Boys Win Cross Country Invitational - Nunez Ready For Fighting Chance - Collge Roundup - High School Roundup

08-29-2005 - Young Marine Unit Organizing In Kosciusko County - Jellystone Bicyclist Logs 25,000 Miles - Valley Running Game Left Standing Still - Hanson Arrives Just In Time For Warsaw - Triton Bounces Back, Still Unbeaten

08-27-2005 - Whitko School Board Adopts 2006 Budget, Capital Projects Plan

08-26-2005 - YMCA Closes Deal On Former Racquet Club - Stump Receives Minuteman Award From Gen. Umbarger - Drainage Board Raises Taxes On Two Drains - Syracuse Hosts Firefighters Fest; Other Events Scheduled This Fall - Tigers Coping With Losses Off The Field - Tiger Spikers Drop First Match Of Season - Warsaw Golfers Top Concord, Wawasee - High School Roundup

08-25-2005 - YMCA Director Tells Development Group Of Need For Facility - Pierceton Suspends Deputy Officer - Sewer Relined Under Market St.; Street Officials Observe Process

08-24-2005 - Robber At Large - Gala For Cancer Is Sept. 10 - Commissioners Say Eastern Time - Grace Plans 'Orthopedic Capital Center' At Gatke Site - Group Backing Naming Of Field - Tiger Kickers Looking To Get Defensive - High School Roundup

08-23-2005 - Winona Resident Miffed By Citiation - Zoners Approve Variance Requests - Triton Discusses Renovations, Fundraiser; Takes School Tours - DeMarco Trial Postponed - Webster Man Faces Molest Charge

08-22-2005 - Car Hits 3 Pedestrians, 1 Dies - World Runner Treks Through Warsaw - BZA To Consider 4 Variance Requests Tonight - Balloon Launch Gets Housing Projects Off The Ground - Triton Spikers Upend West Central, Frontier

08-20-2005 - Warsaw Has A Cow During Board Meeting - Grace College’s ‘Day of Caring’ Gives Area Homes A New Look - Tigers Win First Game In New Stadium - Wawasee Too Much For Host Whitko - Triton Trojans Win Season Opener

08-19-2005 - Visitors Panel Hears Report On Rock Concert - WCHS Closes Early After Water Problem - Warsaw Firms To Compete In Charity Dodgeball Match - Warsaw Athletic Director Says New Stadium Ready For Tonight’s Home Game - High School Roundup

08-18-2005 - Despite New Signs Advocate Still Seeks Red Light Cameras - Warsaw City Council Hears Second Round Of Budget Numbers - Home Builders Consider Fundraiser For Cancer - Little Chapman Lake Gets New Levee - KLA Meets To Discuss Anniversary Celebrations - High School Roundup

08-17-2005 - Warsaw Rewards Good Behavior - Board Modifies Rental Policies After Misuse - Manchester Schools Budget To Top $14 Million - Syracuse Gives First Nod To $3.36 Million Budget

08-16-2005 - Elkhart County To Investigate Aug. 7 Murder - DNR Addresses Issue Of High-Fenced Hunting - Neighbors hope DNR interpretation will be upheld by legislature; operator hopes otherwise - WCS To Advertise $54M Budget For 2006 - Board gives OK to A&E filmmaker - Warsaw Council Eyes 2006 Budgets

08-15-2005 - Warsaw Transportation Director Offers Tips For Safe Bus Riding - Silver Lake Woman Says She Was Raped In Back Of Car - Baker Youth Clubs Gets Committment From K21 - Konkle Remembers Battle Of Peleliu, Taking Angular In WWII

08-13-2005 - Baby Buggy Walk-A-Thon Is Aug. 27

08-12-2005 - Manchester Hires Principal For Laketon - Father, Son Ride Lewis And Clark Trail

08-11-2005 - KLA Celebrates 25 Years Of Community Enhancement - Mad Anthony Brewing Co. Tapping Into Warsaw Locale

08-10-2005 - Winona Tables Garage Sale Rules - County Council Hears 2nd Round Of Budgets - ‘Justice’ on duty - Silver Lake To Pave Alleys, Remove Trees, Stumps - Wawasee Hears Report On Writing Program

08-09-2005 - County Looks At 2006 Budgets - Renovations Ongoing At Tippy Valley High School - Plan Commission Tables Biggs PUD - Syracuse Swears In Ciriello - Milford To Hire New Officer

08-08-2005 - Warsaw Planners Take Look At Two Subdivision Requests - Motorcyclist Critical After Striking Deer - Lake City Skiers Take 2nd Place At Nationals

08-05-2005 - Traffic Commission Denies Zimmer Lane Road Cuts - Choice Surgical, Dr. Trobec seek injunction against KCH non-competition contract provision - KCH Dedicates New Emergency Care Center - Stimmel Transfer Request Irks Alcohol Board - APC Prefers Original Plans For Lake; Sets Stage For CVS In Syracuse - Maxwelton Celebrates 75th Anniversary

08-04-2005 - Indie Film To Shoot In Warsaw - Dalbergs New Salvation Army Captains - Four Companies Set The Pace For United Way - Driver In Bus Incident Pleads Guilty - Manchester Factory Closing

08-03-2005 - HB Buys Sun Metal - WCS Names Interim Superintendent - Superintendent situation draws concern from patrons - Manchester School Employees See Benefits Added - Preliminary budget numbers presented to school board - Marching Band Working Up ‘Vesuvius’ Routine

08-02-2005 - 14 Years Meted In Shooting Incident - Valley Studies 2006 Budget - Baker Youth May Move To West Market Location - Massage parlor owner unhappy with city council - Pierceton Days Celebrated This Weekend - Mentone Council Says Double-Wide Must Be Moved

08-01-2005 - Morning Crash

07-29-2005 - Wagon Wheel Presents Alice In Wonderland

07-28-2005 - McGuire Resigns - Documentary-Maker Picks WCHS - Massage Parolor Ordinance Rubs Business Owner The Wrong Way - Duck Race Saturday - KDI Begins Small Business Loan Program - !end

07-27-2005 - Y Executive Discusses Goals; Winona Wants Garage Sale Input - Warsaw Man Dead After Tuesday Crash - Rezoning Request Draws Controversy - Commissioners OK 900W Bridge Repair - Art Fair Awards Announced

07-26-2005 - Warsaw School Board Reaches Agreement With McGuire; To Name Interim Superintendent - Ciriello Named Syracuse Marshal - Hanger Planned At Bell Aircraft Museum - WPD Investigates Three Robberies - Two Requests OK’d By BZA - By Jen Gibson, Times-Union Staff Writer

07-25-2005 - Citizen’s Police Academy - BZA To Hear Variance Requests - Mustangs Lose Season Opener

07-23-2005 - 4-H Auction - Wheelchair Swing

07-22-2005 - U.S. 30 Signage Planned - Pierceton Man Faces Molesting Charge - Injured Crane Captured Near Treatment Plant - ‘Our Lady Of Kosciusko’ Honors Three Local Women - Shepherd Trying To Climb Racing's Ladder

07-21-2005 - Little Miss, Mister Named At 4-H Fair - Warsaw Discusses Treatment Plant Upgrades - Fulton County Club Operates Antique Sawmill At Fair - Mustangs Ready To Open Season

07-20-2005 - NTPA Super Semi Nationals At Fair This Weekend - Manchester Tries New Busing System - County’s New Voting Machines On Display At Fair - Developers Renovating Odd Fellows Building

07-19-2005 - Teenage, Jr., Sr. Talent Compete - Warsaw Supt.’s Contract Still Studied - Winona Lake Man Faces Rape Charge - Council Approves Zimmer Tax Abatement Application

07-18-2005 - ‘Christmas In July’ Program Underway With Donations - ML Motorsports Moving To Busch Series

07-15-2005 - Reed Suspends Schues’ Sentences - 4-H Fair King, Queen Crowned, Fashion Awards Presented - City Holds Wastewater Hearing - County Council Approves Buhrt Tax Abatement, Hears Funding Requests - Schulte Outlasts Cook For Open Title

07-14-2005 - Manchester Police Probe Homicide - Prosecutor Warns Of Man Writing Bad Checks In Warsaw - Sidney Hears Vandalism Complaints - Winona Considers New Fines On Garage Sale Violations - Homemakers Hold Achievement Night - Cook Closes In On Fifth Indiana Open Title

07-13-2005 - Courthouse Renovations On Schedule - Damage Minimal In Fire At Sprint - Waste District Takes Look At 2006 Budget - Ag container collection planned at depot - Streets, Fire Lanes, Sidewalks Topics At Silver Lake - Retiring Teachers Honored At Wawasee - Board hears financial report from athletic department - Hepler Leads Locals In Indiana Open - Former Players Remember Late Boag Johnson

07-12-2005 - Blaze Damages Sprint Warehouse - Residents Voice Dissapproval Of Proposed Zimmer Lane - Leesburg Continues Discussion Of Sewer System - Warsawans Travel To Michigan For Habitat Housing ‘Blitz’ - Whitko School Board Reorganizes - Three Tied For Lead At Indiana Open

07-11-2005 - Fire Hits Barn Near Pierceton - Zimmer To Request Approval To Establish Road - Lake City Skiers Win Fourth-Straight Regional Championship

07-09-2005 - Pierceton Art Fair Scheduled July 23 - Pitt Runs Activity Tent ‘For The Last Year’

07-08-2005 - DeMarco Faces More Charges In Molest Case - Bourbon Woman ‘Serious’ After Crash At Ind. 19, U.S. 30 - E85 Fuel Now In Warsaw; Lugar Supports E85 Bill - Taverns Find For Selling Booze During Election - Oakwood Hears Budget Proposal

07-07-2005 - Stormy Weather Hits Area West Of Warsaw - Police Warn Of Possible Scam - Manchester OKs Road Salt Bid; Buys Police Software - Alabama Extension Agent Visits Biblical Gardens

07-06-2005 - After Guinness Smoke Clears, Masked Campers Shatter Record - United Way, Lilly Team Up To Improve Communities - Fundraiser Nets $20,000 For Warsaw Biblical Gardens - Whitko Hires Irwin, Warsaw Coaches Step Down

07-05-2005 - War Memorial Rededicated On Monday - Syracuse License Branch Meeting Draws 300 - Sex Offender Registry Offers Updated Info

07-02-2005 - Gun Lock Program Helps Keep Children Safe - Public Works Approves Wastewater Contracts

07-01-2005 - Daniels Chairs Local Development Meeting - Whitko Sees Suggested Renovations - Officials urge caution on roads, lakes, with fireworks - Crash Kills 52-Year-Old Driver - Three Hurt On Ind. 15 - Sluggers Hosting Tournament Saturday - Conrad Wins Indiana Amateur

06-30-2005 - State Official Touts Business Development - Manchester College Gets Grant Offer From Lilly - Syracuse BMV Hearing Moved To WHS Auditorium - Child Safety Rules Change Friday

06-29-2005 - War Memorial Rededication Set Monday - Central Park Rental Discussed - Lagro Man Arrested On Molesting Charge - Time Capsule Installed At Justice Building

06-28-2005 - $277K In WCHS Change Orders Approved - Syracuse Seeks To Save Its License Branch - Winona Hears Parking Complaint - Board Of Zoning Appeals OKs Requests After Public Debate - Whitko School Board Considers Recycling Proposal

06-27-2005 - Medlock Named 2005 Fair Queen - BZA To Evaluate Exception, Variance - Wolkins Takes Issue With High Court Ruling

06-25-2005 - Defense Bill Benefits Orthopedics

06-24-2005 - Kavanaugh Says MasterWorks Will Be Biggest Festival Yet - Consulting Firm Proposes CVB Evaluation - Locals Playing For The Love Of the Game - Boag Johnson Recovering From Surgery

06-23-2005 - Woman Found Guilty - HAMS Gather For Radio Field Day - Fine Arts Fest This Weekend

06-22-2005 - Relay For Life Starts Saturday - Man Arrested For Armed Robberies - Flack Gets School Board Seat Nod - Arthritis Support Group Planned For Summer - Turner, Tiger Golfers Honored At Reception

06-21-2005 - City Council Discusses Deer Overpopulation - Exotic massage parlors targeted by residents during council meeting - Valley Studies Budget - School Board Decides Change Order Policy - McGuire supporters speak up at meeting; board explains position - Mermaid Festival Celebrates 60th Year With Food, Fun - Armed Robberies Probed

06-20-2005 - Motorcyclist Dies In Crash On Fox Farm - Phend & Brown Gets Bid For Intersection Project - Nehr Named Mermaid Queen - Lake City Skiers 2nd In Local Ski Show

06-18-2005 - Time Capsule Being Compiled; Reopening Will Be In 2055 - Eshbach To Perform In Warsaw - Warsaw native and nationally recognized concert organist Jesse Eschbach III will visit his hometown June 26 to play at the 9:30 a.m. worship service at the First United Methodist Church of Warsaw.

06-17-2005 - Cromwell Man Gets 10 Years In Shooting Incident - Warsaw Firemen Battle Tire Fire - Tons of Potatoes Served Saturday To Feed The Hungry - Downtown Days Set June 24, 25 - 4 Face Drug Charges

06-16-2005 - Tigers Tops In State - Bridge Work Unacceptable, County Hears - Lakeland Christian Names Top Students - Depot Drive To Be Paved - Tiger Golfers Win State Championship

06-15-2005 - Postal Service Lists Sites For New Webster Post Office - NPR To Bring ‘From The Top’ To Winona - Silver Lake Looks At Enhancing Water Quality - Silver Lake Clerk Says No Money Was Ever Missing - Wawasee Discusses Admin. Contracts

06-14-2005 - Library To Fill Youth Room Position - Pierceton Wants To Know About Park Use - Warsaw Planners Approve Vacation After Lengthy Debate - Police Warn Of Construction Site Thefts

06-13-2005 - Filmmaker Looks At WCHS For Documentary - Warsaw Planners To Review Petro Request

06-11-2005 - Fish Can’t Beat The Heat When Water Temps Rise - Hoops Tourney Returns To Mermaid Festival

06-10-2005 - Local Investors Consider Building Surgery Center - Council Plans Economic Development Panel - Garden Walk Set June 25 - Tiger Golfers Survive, Advance To State Finals - Squires Taking Show On The Road


06-08-2005 - Manchester Board OKs School Handbook Amendments

06-07-2005 - Syracuse Police Identify Fire Victim - WPD Introduces New Crisis Unit - Mentone Wants Grass Mowed - Wildlife Rehabilitator Gives Animals A Second Chance

06-06-2005 - Syracuse Man Dies In Fire On Pickwick Drive - WCS Board, Administrators Differ On McGuire Evaluation - Heron Preserve Apartment Complex Gets IHFA Award - Child, Lighter Blamed In Fire At Pierceton - Wawasee Boys Win Golf Sectional Title - Wawasee's Stichter Wins State Title - Blount Finishes Third In ARCA Race

06-04-2005 - BOW Approves New Investment Service And Phone System

06-03-2005 - WCS Board Cancels Monday Exec Session - Alcohol Permits Extended To 2-Year Terms - Cemetery Looks To Purchase Computer, Mower - Saemann Building Renovations Under Way - Seiss, Stichter Top Seeds At State - Rejuvenated Whitko Primed For Regional - Big Inning Ends Valley's Baseball Season

06-02-2005 - Planners Approve Replatting Of Lots In Summerfield Estates - Winona Art Fest Set This Weekend - KCH Breaks Ground For New Medical Facility - Pierceton CEO Invited To D.C.

06-01-2005 - Groundbreaking Date Still Not Set For New Mentone Building - Commissioners Introduced To Sheriff’s Interns - Indy Victory Tastes Sweet For Warsaw Grad

05-31-2005 - Tuffy’s Bridge Dedicated Saturday At Rozella Ford - Warsaw’s Rice Ford Home To 2005 GT

05-27-2005 - Triton Names Top Students - WCHS Students Honored For Achievement, Attendance - Harrison Students Take Guidant Relocation Plan To Daniel’s Office

05-26-2005 - Neeley Battles Cancer - Becknell Memorializes Brother With Fund-Raising Relay Race - Warsaw Nets Fifth Straight Regional Title - Tiger Golfers Sizzling At Stonehenge - High School Roundup

05-25-2005 - County Courts Soy Processing Plant - ‘Light The Night’ Walk Scheduled Sept. 22 - MCS Board Makes Tough Budget Decisions - Lake City Bank Sponsors Fund-Raiser For Biblical Gardens - Little Enters Plea Deal - Tiger Softball Team Falls To East Noble - Tiger Tennis Team Advances To Regional Final - Denny Hepler Finishes Second In Indianapolis Open - High School Roundup

05-24-2005 - Winona Approves LeMasters Vacation Request - Trial Date Set For DeMarco - Recreation Commission OKs Grants For Several Events - BZA OKs Variance Requests - Lack Of Space Projected At Madison - McGuire’s fate uncertain - Local buying encouraged - Change orders rethought

05-23-2005 - Optimists, Cops Team Up To Teach Kids About Law Enforcement - Zoners To Consider Variance Requests - Warsaw's Brodhead Breaks School Record - Blount Salvages Top 10 Finish - Warsaw Girls Tennis Team Wins Sectional - High School Roundup

05-21-2005 - Warsawan Ordered To Pay $200K In Restitution - Communities Set Memorial Day Weekend Events - Investigators Say Friday Apartment Fire Started With Candle - Works Board OKs Owner-Occupied Pact With Homeowners - Main Channel Marina Donates Personal Watercraft To Sheriff

05-20-2005 - Whitko Seeks More Feedback On Potential High School Renovations - Warsaw Names Top Students - Apartment Blaze

05-19-2005 - Perzanowski’s Resignation Surprises Syracuse Officials - Lucerne Park Goes To The Dogs In Sept. - Fans Come Out At Midnight For ‘Star Wars’ - Parks’ Summer Concert Schedule Begins June 3

05-18-2005 - Commissioners Deny Vacation Request - Webster Gets New Software, Insurance - Red Ball Grosses $55K For Red Cross - Warriors Win Girls Track Sectional - Triton Tennis Team Upends Valley - High School Roundup

05-17-2005 - WCS Board Hammers Out Change Order Policy - Staffing changes approved; superintendent evaluated - City Discusses Deer Problem - Driver Critical After Crash - Harms, Hippensteel, Immel, Gable Named Top Students At North Manchester - Whitko Gets Update On Budget - Warsaw Girls Second In NLC Tennis Match - High School Roundup

05-16-2005 - Whitko Students Honored - Pizza Delivery Man Hurt In Robbery; 18-Year-Old Warsaw Man Jailed - Blount Captures Pole, Finishes Second - High School Roundup

05-14-2005 - Little Submits Plea Agreement In Shooting Case - Warsaw’s Buck Invited To D.C. Meeting, Dinner With President Bush

05-13-2005 - Ag. Dept. To Give Strategic Plan - Warsaw Food Drive Saturday - County Council Approves Four Tax Abatement Requests - Wawasee Names Top Student - Reserves Sworn In - Wawasee Edges Tiger Golfers - Wawasee Girls Win NLC Meet

05-12-2005 - 3 Face Charges In Drive-By Shooting - State Board Of Accounts Audit Shows $25K Missing From Silver Lake Accounts - Squire Softball Team Hands Whitko Second Loss - Tiger Baseball Team Shuts Out Panthers - High School Roundup

05-11-2005 - YMCA Outlines Plans To Buy Racquet Club - Conservation Association Head Tells Silver Lake Council About Projects, Availble Grants - Islanders Ask For Better Notification Prior To Races

05-10-2005 - Senior Housing Coming To Mentone - Patrons, Staff Say Whitko Needs More Space - Work On Valley Upgrades Continues - Cardinal Center’s CCI Always Open For Business - Tippecanoe Valley Names Top Students - Valley, Whitko Gear Up For TRC Meet - High School Roundup

05-09-2005 - Fire Claims Life Of Sellers Lake Woman - Bicyclist ‘Fair’ After Being Struck By Car - Chemical Treatments In Center Lake Begin Thursday - Chapman To Be Treated May 24 - Leesburg Student Overcomes Adversity In Quest For Law Degree - Housing Sought At CR 75N, CR 175E - Man Charged After Motorcycle Accident At Airport - High School Roundup

05-07-2005 - Board Of Works Buys Poppies From Legion

05-06-2005 - Whitko Seeks Community Input - Visitor’s Center Kicks Off Tourism Week - Warsaw Bar Faces ABC Violations

05-05-2005 - Little Trial Ends In Hung Jury - Colts Kick Off ‘Make It Personal’ Tour In Warsaw - Informational Door Hangers Announce Rehabilitation Program In Winona Lake - Rezonings, Plats OK’d - Second Sunday Series Ends With Mother’s Day Tea - Tiger Baseball Team Shuts Out Warriors - Colts Players Speak To Tiger Athletes - High School Roundup

05-04-2005 - Little Trial Ongoing - City Council Sees EdCom Presentation - County Asked To Upgrade Polling Places - ‘Beatlemania’ Coming Soon To The Red Ball

05-03-2005 - Jury Seated, Testimony Begins In Little Trial - Milford To Celebrate Memorial Day - Wawasee Names Two New Head Coaches - High School Roundup

05-02-2005 - Milford Woman Reports Rape - Little Faces Re-Trial - Syracuse Bust Nets Four Drug Arrests - State Cops Target Motorists Driving Under The Influence - Legion Honors Women In Local Law Enforcement, Military Vet - High School Roundup - College Roundup

04-30-2005 - Hogan Participated In Saigon Evacuation - School Board Studies, Approves Change Orders - K21 Foundation Gives $22,000 To Little League - Solid Bats Make Up For Shaky Gloves In Tiger Win - High School Roundup

04-29-2005 - Wiesehan Served On Navy Destroyers - Redeemer Lutheran School To Close - Heartline Celebrates 20th Year - Warsaw Man In Parkview After Crash On Ind. 15 South - Warsaw Golfers Too Much For Eagles, Vikings - High School Roundup

04-28-2005 - Vietnam-Era Marine Pilot Served ‘The Float’ - No Serious Injuries In Four-Car Crash - Northridge Handles Tigers In Five Innings - Warsaw Netters Survive Scare From Wawasee - High School Roundup

04-27-2005 - Anderson Stationed At Long Bien - Webster, YMCA Seek To Improve Communication - Manchester Makes Tough Budget Decisions

04-26-2005 - Peppel Conducted Surveillance While Serving In The Air Force - Guest Speaker Relates First-Hand Experience With Child Abuse - Whitko Principals Explain How Roles Have Changed - Tiger Tennis Team Handles Valley Vikings - High School Roundup

04-25-2005 - U.S. Army Veteran Reed Facilitated Military Buildup - Blount, ML Motorsports Win Again

04-23-2005 - Threats Bring Cops To Tippy Valley - State Police Recover Stolen Goods - Fat & Skinny Tire Fest Back At Winona

04-22-2005 - Bishop D’Arcy Welcomes Pope Benedict XVI - Grace Concert Saturday - Warsaw Man Faces Cocaine Charge - String Players Sought By Warsaw Symphony Orchestra

04-22-2005 - Bishop D’Arcy Welcomes Pope Benedict XVI - Grace Concert Saturday - Warsaw Man Faces Cocaine Charge - String Players Sought By Warsaw Symphony Orchestra

04-20-2005 - Wawasee May Cut Seven Teachers - Offices To Relocate During Courthouse Renovation - Syracuse To Purchase New Street Sweeper - Warsaw Man Continues Work In Africa - Long Ball Goes Long Way In Tiger Win Over Wawasee - Out-Of-Sync Warsaw Holds On To Beat Wawasee - High School Roundup

04-19-2005 - Teachers Says WCS Should Reach Out To Students - State audit raises concerns about change order process - Etna Green Robbery An Inside Job, Cops Say - U.S. Rep. Mark Souder Speaks At Lincoln Day Dinner

04-18-2005 - Mo-Ped Crash Claims Life Of Webster Man - Search Suspended For Warsawan Feared Drowned In Atlantic - City Enters Annexation Agreement On Superior Excavating Property - Pierceton Man Suffers Accidental Gunshot Wound - Treasurer Hopes To Streamline Process For Paying Property Taxes - Rugby Club Looking For Nitch - High School Roundup - Grace College Roundup - Lantz Leads Area Trio In All-Star Game

04-16-2005 - Good Neighbors Receive National Recognition - Former Resident Named To Ariz. Post - Warriors Come Together In Win Over Manchester

04-15-2005 - Property Owners Sue Winona Over Pier Rentals - 2 Firms Seek Tax Abatements - County to seek loan for parking lot over former Gatke site - April 15 Postmark Only Available Until 5 p.m. Today - Paragon Expansion Ahead Of Schedule

04-14-2005 - Winona Takes First Steps To Vacate LeMasters’ Property - Haines Honored With J. Edward Roush Award - Fire Damages Warsaw Business - Manchester Gives Tax Abatement Another Chance - Five Local Bands ‘Battle’ In Warsaw - Area Baseball Teams Looking To Rebuild - High School Roundup

04-13-2005 - Murder Conviction Overturned - Webster P.O. Specs Available - Silver Lake Gazebo To Get Face-Lift - Waste District’s Citizens’ Advisory Committee Hosts Environmental Day - Church Seeks To Expand, Seeks Variance

04-12-2005 - Alleged Driver In Fatal Crash Legally Drunk - State Recognizes Work Of Dispatchers - Triton To Lay Off 4 Teachers - Library Offers Self-Checkout With New Equipment - Pierceton Legion Seeks Property For New Post - County Releases Property Tax Payment Info

04-11-2005 - Charges Dropped In Sex Offenses - City PC To Review 2 Preliminary Plats

04-09-2005 - Northenor Named To State Lottery Commission - Swinging Sunset - Local Drama Group Recognizes Victims’ Rights Week - Eherenmans To Head Kosciuszko SAR Chapter - Defense, Bats Come To Life For Tigers

04-08-2005 - Pope John Paul II Honored - Warsaw Bowl Alcohol Permit Finally Renewed - Extension Homemaker Members Make ‘Comfort Pillows’ For Kids - Warrior Softball Team Topples Triton Trojans

04-07-2005 - 5 Arrested For BB Vandalism - Walking Companions - Bronze Star, Other Medals Presented To WWII Infantryman - County Planners Discuss Development - Area Softball Teams Trying To Reverse Fortunes

04-06-2005 - Warsaw Customers Quiz Comcast Reps - WPD lockout policy questioned - Archaeology Society Digs Up County’s Past - Future Forests - Pope To Be Honored Friday In Warsaw - Commissioners Tackle Rising Costs In County Road Repairs - Sidney asks for help financing sewer plant

04-05-2005 - Farewell To A Fallen Hero - Mentone Resident Seeks Help With Neighbor - Warsaw Man Recalls Meeting With Pope

04-04-2005 - Field Fire - Warsaw Finalizes Financing Of City’s New Fire Truck - Bob Richmond, Former Councilman, Dies At 86

04-02-2005 - Emergency Operation Course Helps Police Hone Driving Skills - Governor To Attend Visitation Or Funerals Of Fallen Guardsmen - County Foundation Awards Lilly Scholarship - County Foundation Awards Lilly Scholarship

04-01-2005 - Jury Finds Duncan Not Guilty - DeMarco Faces More Felony Molesting Charges - Orthopedic Firms Receive Federal Subpoenas - WCHS Students Enter Car In Mileage Challenge - Warsaw Schools Seek To Improve - Squires Fall To Wawasee Baseball Team

03-31-2005 - Defense, Prosecution Rest In Duncan Trial - Purdue Highlights Organic Opportunites - Shively Resigns From Triton Board - Rhodes Intense As Ever In All-Star Game - East Beats West In All-American Game - High School Roundup

03-30-2005 - Witnesses Explain Duncan’s Role In Robbery, Shooting - Breakfast Optimists Invite Area Kids To Skate For Free - Group Fights To Save Do Not Call List - Red Ball Committee Kicks Off Plans For 2005 - Warsaw Baseball Team Wins Season Opener - High School Roundup - Grace College Roundup

03-29-2005 - Fiscus’ Widow Releases Statement Regarding Fallen Husband - Governor orders flags at half-staff - Triton ‘Destination’ Teams Fare Well At Regionals - Sacred Heart Parish Planning Addition - Jury Selection Begins In Duncan Trial - Warsaw Softball Team Wins Season Opener - High School Roundup

03-28-2005 - Milford Guardsman Dies In Afghanistan - Fiscus’ spouse teaches school at Milford - Mayor Requests Flags At Half Staff - WCHS Students Help Needy With ‘Cans Across America’ - Kimmel Man Won’t Exit Vehicle; Dies In Fire - Two Face Drug Charges After Sunday Arrests - Blount Wins ARCA Race

03-26-2005 - Tippecanoe Watershed Eligible For CSP Monies

03-25-2005 - CVB’s 2nd Quarter Expense Requests Approved - Woman Pleads In Forgery Case - Drainage Board OKs Greenway Variance - Tiger Girls Lose Track Opener - Wawasee Boys Win Track Opener

03-24-2005 - KDI Asked To Develop Plans For Economic Development - Patrons, Administrators Gather To Discuss School Improvement - County Health Department Gives Annual Report - Influenza vaccine policies reviewed

03-23-2005 - County Hears About Warsaw Parking Problem - Bridge work to close Old 30 this spring - Kosciusko Foundation Honors Volunteers - Winona Gets Grant For Greenway - Source One Wins Quiz Bowl - Webster Honors Oakes, Stevens

03-22-2005 - Gag Order Issued In DeMarco Case - Panel To Study Status Of WCS Facilities - Building project change orders top $3 million - Standoff Ends Peacefully - Parking Fines May Rise In Warsaw - Whitko Ninth-Graders Fare Better On ISTEP+

03-21-2005 - Percussion Ensemble State Champs Again - Plymouth Ends Wawasee Run

03-19-2005 - Warsaw BOW Awards Streetscape Contract - Winona Lake Recognizes Blaine Mikesell - Forecast For Wawasee, Plymouth – Raining Threes

03-18-2005 - Saturday’s Children’s Concert The Last For Grace Orchestra - Liddle's Experience A Bonus For Warriors

03-17-2005 - Crash Kills Driver On 30 - DeMarco Bond Request Denied - Parents Should Talk To Kids About Molesting - Molested children may exhibit certain behaviors - Local agencies work to keep children safe - WCS Board Chooses Dalton - Gerber Is Wawasee's Defensive Remedy

03-16-2005 - Molesting Suspect Faces More Charges - Webster Post Office Will Be Relocated - Manchester Board Approves 2005-06 School Calendar; Christmas Break Questioned - Mantis Skate Park To Move, Improve

03-15-2005 - Pierceton To Ban Wheeled Devices On Downtown Sidewalks - Valley To Evaluate Treatment Plant - Library Reviews Upgrades - Potato Giveaway Planned March 26 - Milford’s Patience Wears Thin With Building Inspector, Commissioner - Triton Accepts Coaches’ Resignation

03-14-2005 - Molesting Probe Now Includes Three Counties - Warsaw Man, Girlfriend Face Cocaine, Pot Charges - Another Subdivision Planned West Of County Farm Road - Warsaw School Board Looks To Replace Member - Wawasee Boys Win First Regional Title - Warriors Avenge Loss, End Valley's Season

03-12-2005 - Mentone Man Suspected In Molesting Cases - Annual Quiz Bowl Fund-Raiser Set March 22

03-11-2005 - Task Force Arrests Bring Two Sentences - Chinese Acrobats Perform March 19 - Banks Seek Change In Do Not Call Legislation - Red Cross Recognizes Volunteers - Warriors To Face Valley, Uncertain About Lantz - Balance Has Valley Poised For Run

03-10-2005 - Manchester Buys Seiler Property - Williams’ Civil War Columns Published In Book

03-09-2005 - Road Conditions Trouble Winona Lake Residents - Flu Season Hitting Peak In Indiana - WCHS Employee Charged With Dealing Drugs - Wawasee Schools Use ‘Blogs’ To Communicate - Silver Lake Council Mulls Renting Water Tower Space For Broadband - ‘Trash Talk’ Reviewed By Solid Waste Board

03-08-2005 - Red Light Camera Co. Makes Pitch To Council - Kos. County Highway Superintendent Resigns - Mentone Council Considers Renting Tower Space To Internet Provider - Texas Dismisses Charges Against Stimmel

03-07-2005 - Driver Killed In One-Car Accident - GOP Elects New Central Committee - Demos Choose County Officers - Warsaw Man Injured In Motorcycle Crash - Valley Boys Win Sectional Championship - Wawasee Ends Sectional Drought - Warriors, Tigers Finish Gymnastics Season

03-05-2005 - Pickup Truck Fire On Old 30 Under Investigation - Deana Carter To Perform July 29 In Central Park

03-04-2005 - WCHS Employee Faces Drug Charges - Alcohol Board Approves Several Licenses - Merchants complain about alcohol-related problems - Sus Amigos’ Mentoring Program Honors Students, Employers - Pierceton Volunteers Seek Homes To Rehabilitate Through Housing Grant

03-03-2005 - Miller, Tom Join Economic Development Board - Burglary Suspects Arrested By Webster Officers - CR 450N Development Gets Nod From Planners - Changes proposed in zoning ordinance - Red Ball Offers Trip Back To ‘Beatlemania’ - Tiger Boys Win Sectional Opener - Wayne, Turnovers Too Much For Wildcats - High School Roundup - Grace College Roundup

03-02-2005 - Mishler Pushes Red Light Camera Bill Through Senate - Three Face Charges After Cocaine Probe - Youth Extension Educator Brings Latest Technology To Local 4-H Program - Manchester OKs Wage Increases - Emergency Groups To Conduct Tests Of Communication Systems

03-01-2005 - Whitko To Make Up Snow Days - BZA Denies Winona Avenue Housing Unit, Sign - Coaches Call For Triton To Rescind Suspension - Wilkey Returns To Sri Lanka, Says Housing Projects Underway - Taylor, Tiger Teammates Honored - Tiger Gymnasts Trumped By Peru

02-28-2005 - Driver Charged In Fatal Crash - Driver’s Condition Upgraded After Saturday Accident - Crashes Blamed On Icy Roads - Housing Unit Exceptions Come Before BZA Tonight - Bourbon Man Dies In Friday House Fire - Warsaw's Taylor Wins Swim State Title - Grace College Roundup

02-25-2005 - Can’t Beat Beets For De-Icing Streets - No. 5 Valley Holds Off Wawasee - Tiger Boys Win Regular Season Finale - Local Swimmers Advance In Indy

02-25-2005 - 26-Year-Old Arrested After Low-Speed Chase - Manchester Rotary dedicates Gazebo as centennial project - Warsaw club celebrates 100 years of community service - Tiger Swimmers Led By Seniors - McDonald's All-American Team Announced

02-24-2005 - KDI Member Wants To Step Up Economic Development - Pit Bull Mix Attacks, Kills Two Shih-Tzus - Local Band Student Tapped For Honor Band - Election For Barbee Lakes Conservancy District Seat - Warsaw School Board Looks To Fill Vacancy - Three-Pointers Lift Tigers Past Troopers - High School Roundup

02-23-2005 - Commissioners Pave Way For Chapman Lake Development - Farmers Express Concern About EPA Setbacks - Winona OKs Pier Space Ordinance - Citizens Honored For Conservation Efforts - County Demos Reorganize - Three-Pointers Lift Tigers Past Troopers - High School Roundup

02-22-2005 - Sauders sworn in; board president calls for elementary school study - Board to decide future of three closed elementary buildings - Elementary track athletes may have shortened season - Valley Discusses Renovation Projects - Grace Brass Plays For Hurricane-Damaged School Saturday

02-21-2005 - Wastewater Supervisor Testifies At Statehouse; Hopes Overflow Bill - Sectional Pairings Announced - Warsaw Wins Swim Sectional Title - Warriors Three-Mendous In Win Over Whitko - Patrick Still At the Top Of His Game - Fifth-Ranked Valley Too Much For Knights - Grace College Roundup

02-19-2005 - Locals Travel To Help Tsunami Victims - The Animals To Headline Classic Rock Concert - Patrick Joins 600 Club - Wienhorst, Clemens Score Big Win For Warsaw - High School Roundup

02-18-2005 - Fatal Crash Involves Hit/Run, Alcohol - City Gets Final Budget Numbers From State

02-17-2005 - 4-Year Term Meted In Fatal U.S. 30 Crash - FFA Supports Ag Industry With Well-Prepared Students - Goat Club Seeks Funding For Building At Fairgrounds - Warsaw Man Arrested After Residential Break-In

02-16-2005 - Rinker Seeks Abatement In Syracuse, Plans Expansion - Lake Township Wants Land; Not Former Silver Lake School - Library Reviews Annual Reports - North Webster To Get New Post Office - Manchester, Wabash ‘Balance’ $2 Budgets - Warsaw Gets In Zone, Upends Washington - High School Roundup - Grace College Roundup

02-15-2005 - Triton Suspends Basketball Coach - Coach Reacts To Suspension - Mandy Espinoza Joins Pierceton Town Council - Adams Cuts Treasurer’s Office Staff - Valley Hears Report On Burket Education Center

02-14-2005 - Kavanaugh Announces Formation Of Warsaw Symphony Orchestra - Planners To Review Subdivision Request - Heart Of Gold Awards Honor Volunteer Spirit - Viking Comeback Falls Short In Sectional Final - Panthers End Wawasee's Season - Grace College Roundup - Area Grapplers Finish Seasons - Fifth-Ranked Vikings Slay Dragons - High School Roundup

02-12-2005 - Drama Team Presents Award- Winning ‘Godspell’ Thursday - Pen Pals Stay In Touch For 60 Years - Wrestling A Way Of Life For Warsaw Family - Tiger Girls Fall To Barons - North Miami Upsets Manchester Girls - High School Roundup

02-11-2005 - County, KDI Discuss Development - Courthouse needs interior renovation - Auditor’s Chief Deputy Headed For Indianapolis - Kolberg Top Speller At County Bee - Edgewood Cheerleaders In National Competition - State’s 211 System Serves 1,000 Kosciusko Countians - Rhodes To Coach McDonald's All-Americans - Warsaw Boys Fall At Plymouth - Squires Finish TRC Schedule With Win - High School Roundup

02-10-2005 - Warsawan Still Battling ’91 Identity Theft - Manchester Firemen Get $29,916 Grant From Homeland Security - Winona Lake Reviews Progress On Upcoming Projects - Tigers Turning The Tide, Preparing For State - High School Roundup - Grace College Roundup

02-09-2005 - Sauders Wins School Board Seat - Lake Patrols To Improve With Grant Money - Courthouse interior needs upgrades - Resident Complains To Silver Lake Council - Wawasee Looks To Cut $175,000 In Expenses - Mom says daughter isn’t getting enough attention in class - Kolberg Winner Of Middle School Bee

02-08-2005 - Mentone Reconsiders Request For Abatement, Still Votes No - Washington 6th-Grader Wins Spelling Bee - Praise Group Offers Studio To Musicians, Community

02-07-2005 - Tigers On Short End Of Giants - Warsaw Girls Claim First Swim Sectional Title - Area Wrestlers Advance From Regional Competition - Grace College Roundup - High School Roundup

02-05-2005 - Rep. Ruppel Contributes To Homeland Security Reorganization

02-04-2005 - Stimmelators Booze Permit Transferred - Some permit-holders have tough day before ABC - Second Sunday Series Adds Desserts, Candelight For Valentine’s Day Celebration - Demos Appoint Espinoza To Replace Terry Hill On Piercton Town Council - Thursday Morning Fire Causes $105,000 Damage To Home On Woodlawn - Tigers To Play 2,000th Game - High School Roundup

02-03-2005 - School Board Election Tuesday - Warsaw House Burns - Location Dictates Success Of Rezoning Petitions - Neighbors ask for larger house sizes in adjacent subdivision - High School Roundup - Grace College Roundup

02-02-2005 - Retired Navy Officer Becomes St. Anne’s 1st Woman Priest - 20 Years Meted In Drug Case - Mentone Marshal Back On Job

02-01-2005 - Local Red Cross Meets Goals For Tsunami Relief - Area Spellers Hone Skills For Upcoming County Bee - Kosciusko Added To Updated Disaster List - Zimmer Shows Gains In Sales - Bunk Bed Project Builds Character At Camp Good News

01-31-2005 - DePuy Donation Helps Fund Research Into Juvenile Diabetes - Whitko Hires Architects To Study High School Upgrades - County Awarded Federal Funds Under Emergency Food, Shelter Board Program - Warsaw Grapplers Seize Sectional Crown - Manchester Girls Beat Valley, Grab TRC Title - Warsaw Girls Lose Second Straight - Wawasee Second, Warsaw Third In NLC Swimming

01-29-2005 - NorthWood Grad On ‘American Idol’ - Warsaw Boys Win Triple Overtime Game - Tippecanoe Valley Seizes Control Of TRC - High School Roundup

01-28-2005 - Schools Take Another Funding Hit - Commissioners Approve CCAC, CVB Requests - Drainage Board Seeks Bids For Armey Project - Etna Green Driver ‘Serious’ After Crash - United Way Campaign Exceeds Goal - Valley Viking Fan Boosts Team Spirit - Chargers Shoot Down Tigers - Young Tiger Tumblers Fall - High School Roundup

01-27-2005 - Chamber Honors Locke And Lowe - 27-Year-Old Convicted On Drug Charges - Apartment Fire - Warriors Boast Three Champions

01-26-2005 - Comcast Offers Digital Cable TV In Warsaw - Plain Twp. Looks Into Purchase Of Fire Truck - KDI Seeks Funding Increase - Jail bookings up in 2004; booze, drug offenses top list - Winona Hears About Possible Greenway Delay

01-25-2005 - Republican Chairman Won’t Seek Re-Election - Charges Filed In Bus Case - Warsaw BZA Approves Floral Shop, Beauty Shop - Warsaw Grad Coaching At Taylor High School

01-24-2005 - Long-tim eatery Breadings to become craft store - Lack of change was key to Breading’s longevity - BZA To Consider Floral Shop, Office Building Requests

01-22-2005 - Family Adopts Ukrainian Girl - Tigers Conquered By Concord - Pilgrims Prevail In Triple Overtime Thriller - High School Roundup

01-21-2005 - Truck Driver Guilty Of Reckless Homicide - Zimmer Buys Lake Theatre - Bowlers Looking To Pick Up Respect - High School Roundup

01-20-2005 - Etna Green Residents Face Meth Charges - Verdict Near In Truck Driver’s Trial - KDI Receives $90,400 Grant To Develop Loan Program - Manchester Reduces School Budget By $343,000 - Warsaw Council Reviews Several Annual Reports

01-19-2005 - Bond Raised For Man Shot By Marshal - Syracuse Residents Give Views On Annexation - Skate Center Owner Asks City To Buy His Facility - Tiger Girls Thrash Goshen - Warriors Terri-Fick, Outlast Wildcats - Warsaw Wrestlers Pounce On Concord - Goshen College Downs Grace Men - High School Roundup

01-18-2005 - MLK Day -- ‘Putting Feet to the Dream’ is theme of local celebration - Charges Sought In Bus Incident - WCS Board Seeks To Be More Open, Accountable To Public - CCAC Board Scores With Bontley As New Director - 26-Year-Old Silver Lake Man Faces Cocaine Dealing Charge - Manchester Business Burglarized

01-17-2005 - Jones Retires As Historical Society Director; Fletcher Hired As Replacement - Fire Damages Home Near Tippecanoe Lake - Goshert, Squires Get Win Over Wawasee - Valley Cruises In Carr's Return - High School Roundup

01-15-2005 - Waterlogged - Brown And Green For Glass - Trip To Maple City Sour For Tiger Boys - Manchester Grounds Eagles - High School Roundup

01-14-2005 - More Roads Under Water - County Seeks Federal Funds For Voting Machines - Tiger Swimmers Cruise Past Concord - Goshen Redskins Edge Warsaw Grapplers - High School Roundup

01-13-2005 - Mentone Shooting Justified: Prosecutor - Two Held In Dealing Cocaine - Russian Students Visit Warsaw - Water, Water Every-Where - WCN, Wilkey Offer Relief To Tsunami-Torn Sri Lankans

01-12-2005 - Superintendents Make The Call On Delays, Cancellations - Ice Fisherman Dies After Fall Into Channel - Jail Bookings On The Rise - Winchester To Lead Wawasee School Board - Silver Lake Approves Trash Contract - Pier Rentals Swell Along Canal; Winona Residents Protest Hike - Wawasee Swimmers Split With Rival Warsaw - Eagles Hold Off Late Wawasee Charge - Grace College Roundup

01-11-2005 - Meth Seminar Well Attended - Zoners Say Hunting Preserve Fits Ag Designation - Pierceton Approves Rezoning For Juvenile Facility - Mentone Deputy Resigns - Milford Can’t Accommodate Cornerstone Construction Request - WCS Board Reorganizes - Vikings Go Cold, Fall To NorthWood Girls

01-10-2005 - WPD Adds 3 New Squad Cars To Fleet - Remonstrators Target Hunting Preserve At BZA Meeting - ‘20somethings’ Offers Alternative For Young Adults - Steak & Shake Seeks OK For Lowe’s Plat - Mentone Man’s Condition Upgraded - Defense, Denny, Drudge Lead Valley Boys - Falcons Soar Past Triton - High School Roundup - Grace College Roundup

01-08-2005 - Mentone Man Still Critical After Shooting - Area Residents Invited To Daniels’ Inauguration

01-07-2005 - Nine Face Charges After Drug Busts In Syracuse, Warsaw - Stimmelators’ Permit Transfer Request Postponed - Knocker’s permit renewed; Warsaw Bowl continued

01-06-2005 - Gun-Wielding Man Shot By Mentone Town Marshal - Stimmel Permit Decision Likely - TodayHill Resigns From Pierceton Council - CVB’s Linda Arnold Quits; Kittrell Named Interim Director - Lifeline Group Plans Juvenile Housing Facility In Pierceton - Planners Permits Down In ’04

01-05-2005 - Walk A Mile Partners Honored In Indianapolis - County Braces For Icy Winter Storm - Good News In Manchester Budget - Oswego Man Faces Marijuana Charge - Grace's Kessler Wins 500th Game - Warsaw Girls Fall To Top-Ranked St. Joe - Wawasee Boys Ground Falcons

01-04-2005 - Baker Youth Clubs Continues Plans For New Facility - Recycling Calendars Expected In 2 Weeks

01-03-2005 - New Year’s Baby

12-31-2004 - Fire Damages Leesburg Home - Cab Rides Available On New Year’s - John Hall Awarded Sagamore Of The Wabash - Wawasee Boys Beat Rival Warsaw Again - Warsaw Girls Win Tale Of Two Halves - High School Roundup

12-30-2004 - Fire Damages Leesburg Home - Cab Rides Available On New Year’s - John Hall Awarded Sagamore Of The Wabash - Wawasee Boys Beat Rival Warsaw Again - Warsaw Girls Win Tale Of Two Halves - High School Roundup

12-29-2004 - Local Officials Share Hopes For New Year - Local Residents Can Help In Tsunami Relief Effort - Commissioners Give Nod To Voting Machine Company - Silver Lake Holds Year-End Meeting - Leesburg Man Critical After Mo-Ped Crash - Pierceton Man Faces Charges After Drug Raid - Warsaw Boys Win In Overtime - Seiss, Second Half Play Lift Warsaw Girls - Lantz Three-Mendous For Wawasee - Warriors' Iron Seven Hold Off Goshen

12-28-2004 - Juveniles Arrested In Burglaries - No Abatement For Apartments In Mentone - Rotary Raises Record $53K For Salvation Army

12-27-2004 - Frozen Scene

12-23-2004 - Warsaw Teens Help Others Through Junior NHS - CBS Christmas Eve Service Features Area Performers - Rose Window In Bloom Again At Camp Mack

12-22-2004 - City Zoners Deny Apartment Complex Plan - Planners Review Kohl’s Design - Cowan To Lead Syracuse Council - Warsawan Helps Keep Retro Toys Alive With Passion, Web Site

12-21-2004 - Triton Reacts To Teachers’ Grievance - Sewage Rates To Rise - Minatel To Remain On Board Until Special Election - Whitko Counseling Program A Model For Other Schools - School unsure of timing of annual tax draws - High School Roundup

12-20-2004 - City BZA, Plan Commission Move Meetings To Tuesday - Sunday Crash - Wienhorst Leads Tiger Boys To Fifth Victory - Surging Warsaw Girls Hold Off Rival Wawasee - High School Roundup - Warsaw Grapplers Wrestle Away Two Wins At Penn

12-18-2004 - Grace Receives $997,791 Lilly Endowment Grant - Mentone Man Cashes In On $150,000 Lottery Scratch-Off - Davison Aces Operator Test; Streetscape Continues

12-17-2004 - Lohse To Join Winona Council - Tiger Grapplers Down Rival Wawasee - Tiger Swimmers Lap Bremen - Prep Boys Basketball Previews

12-16-2004 - Kohl’s Plat Goes Before Plan Commission Tuesday - Manchester Bindery Seeks Tax Abatement - In January, Syracuse To Start Curbside Recycling; Glass Collection To Resume - Parks Board Considers Canopy Offer - Drainage Board Approves Variance - Last-Second Shot Sinks Vikings' Ship - High School Roundup

12-15-2004 - Milford Principal Keeps Her Job - County Meth Watch To Conduct Seminars On Methamphetamine - Maurice Beer Ends Long Career Of Public Service - DePuy Promotes Diversity Through Training, Research - S. Lake Animal Clinic To Move - Warsaw Girls Ground Eagles

12-14-2004 - See Your Doctor For A Flu Shot, Officials Say - Tippecanoe Valley Makes Changes To 2004-05 Calendar - Library Considers Upgrading Entryway - Milford Employees Get 3% Wage Hike

12-13-2004 - Winter Walk

12-11-2004 - EMS Students Collect Goodies - CSP Workbook Available For Producers - Quick Start, Cabrera Lead Tigers To Win - Squires Hold Off Upstart Whitko - Blount Hired By ML Motorsports - All-Area Football Team Announced - 2004 TIMES-UNION ALL-AREA TEAM - Swain, Lantz Named Offensive Players Of The Year - Warsaw's Cabrera Named Defensive Player Of The Year - High School Roundup

12-09-2004 - Health Officer Says Flu Season Isn’t Here Yet - In A Holiday Spirit, KDI Approves 2005 Budget - Tiger Swimmers Win Again - Valley Girls Beat Triton Cagers - LCA Boys Ready For Season

12-08-2004 - Special School Board Election Ordered - Manchester Approves Loan From Bond Bank - MTEMS Receives $25K From Vandermark Trust

12-07-2004 - Winona Lake Christmas Display Goes Far Beyond The Visual - Triton Teachers File Grievance - Warsaw Sewer Rates May Be On The Rise - Developer Seeks Tax Abatement For Apartments In Mentone - Grace Sponsors Annual ‘Heart Of The Holidays’ - LCA Girls Hoping For Continued Success - High School Roundup

12-06-2004 - Salvation Army’s Angel Tree Program Reaches Out To Area’s Needy Children - Warsawan Critical After Sunday Accident - Mishler Survey Gives Voters A Preview Of Upcoming Legislation - DePuy Continues History Of United Way Excellence

12-04-2004 - Souder, Local Officials Discuss Western Route - Warsaw City Employees To Get 3% Raise In Pay - Wagon Wheel Begins Run Of ‘Christmas Carol’ - Tiger Boys Answer Coach's Challenge - Wildcats Come Up Short Against Norwell - St. Francis Good Fit For Locals

12-03-2004 - ABC Warns Bar Owners About Gambling - Egg Processor Makes Plea For Organic Grain - Bibler Trust Announces Several Grant Recipients - Caucus Scheduled To Replace John Boal - Plymouth Too Much For Valley Girls - High School Roundup

12-02-2004 - Syracuse Parks Director Resigns - Pierceton Fatal Accident Probed - 2 Residential Rezones Approved - Manchester OKs Traffic Rules - Nine Face Drug Counts - iZone Debuts At DePuy - Winona Fire Dept. Gets Grant - High School Roundup

12-01-2004 - Hearing Set In School Board Election Error - County Commissioners See Demonstrations Of Voting Machines From Two Companies - Purdue Experts Talk About Septic Systems - Several Red Cross Blood Drives Scheduled In December - Syracuse To Discuss Future Planning - Warsaw Boys Win Again - Viking Boys Sluggish In First Win - Warsaw Wrestlers Fall To Memorial - High School Roundup

11-30-2004 - Man Arrested After Wielding Handgun At KCH - Toys For Tots Collection Saturday

11-29-2004 - Lantz Wins Mental Attitude Award - Warriors Fall To Roncalli Rebels - Tiger Boys Open Season With Win Over Eagles - High School Roundup

11-27-2004 - Warsawan, Hit By Car, Dies At KCH

11-26-2004 - Optimists Sponsor Santa’s House - Gun Sale Leads To Arrest - Warriors Speak Own Language

11-24-2004 - Wawasee Community Gives Warriors Rousing Support - Warsaw Community Church Builds ‘Tool’ Of Faith - 2 Face ‘Coke’ Charges - Winona Council Closes Blocks Of College Avenue To Parking - CVB Repeats Request For Funds - Out Of Leftfield (commentary) - Larry Lael Takes Over Whitko Wildcats - Rejuvenated Squires Ready For Season

11-23-2004 - Team’s success unites community - Mentone Looks At Uses For Library Grant Money - Special Prosecutor To Settle Dispute Between Hearn, Jarrette - Donations Mean The Heat Stays On For Some - Vikings Look To Grow Up, Continue Success

11-22-2004 - Crash Kills Milford Man - Local Vets Take Supplies To D.C. - Junior neighbors 4-H club loaded van bound for Walter Reed hospital - Tiger Girls Done In By Turnovers - Grace Stung By Queen Bees - Ogle Expects Physical, Cohesive Team - Triton Looks To Rebuild After Recent Success - High School Roundup - Warsaw Grapplers Start Season With Wins

11-20-2004 - City BOW Opens Public Works Bids - REMC, St. Andrew Society Plan Potato Giveaway - Warriors Indianapolis Bound! - Tiger Girls Too Much For Valley

11-19-2004 - Educators Gather For ‘Summit’ In Warsaw - Group Organizes To Support Principal Of Milford School - Weather Service Offers Winter Hints - Pierceton Council Adopts HSA Insurance Policy - Abatement OK’d For Machining Concepts - Hungry Warriors One Game Away

11-18-2004 - Robbery Suspect Arrested - Train Derails Near Milford - Farm Bureau Survey Shows Big Drop In Thanksgiving Food Prices - Variances Allowed Along Swick Meredith Drain - Whitko Girls Fall To Fort Wayne Elmhurst - Grace Women Hosting Tournament

11-17-2004 - County OKs Grants For Drug Education - Bike trail policies studies - Manchester May Rehire Special Ed. Position - Stafford Awarded County Recycling Contract - Festival Of Trees Opens Today - Jungauer Chosen To Lead Kosciusko YMCA - Groups Seek Use Of Park - Grace Men Survive Comeback Attempt - Sluggish Vikings Win Home Opener - Youn Warriors Experienced This Time - Valley Looking For Experience To Lead Youth

11-16-2004 - Teen ‘Serious’ After Etna Green Fight - Proposed Changes In Trash Guidelines Dumped - WCHS Construction Progressing - Whitko Passes Resolutions To Shore Up Finances - Wood Stove Blamed In Steer Inn Fire - Triton Discusses Traffic Safety - Tiger Girls Fall In Season Opener

11-15-2004 - MeadowBlend Farm Gets Set For Thanksgiving - Warsaw Man In Ft. Wayne Hospital After Weekend Accident - K21 Foundation Donates $50,000 To Syracuse-Wawasee Trail Project - Fire At Steer Inn In Silver Lake Fire

11-13-2004 - ‘Fosse’ Dancer Has Local Connection - Warriors Continue March To Indy

11-12-2004 - Ceremonies Mark Service, Sacrifice Of Veterans - Speaker Says We Should Thank Our Veterans - New Regs Miff Some Local Child Care Providers

11-11-2004 - Ryan ‘Not Guilty’ Of Murder - Resident Questions Winona Pier Policy - Winona Budget Shows $250,000 Shortfall - 2 Arrested After Chase, Gunfire - Warrior Defense Deserving Of Respect

11-10-2004 - Jury Mulls Evidence In Ryan Murder Trial - Silver Lake OKs Pay Hikes - Golf Course Owners Seeks To Re-Establish Pro Shop, Restaurant - Library Tracks Usage

11-09-2004 - Watkins Contests School Election - Defense Rests In Ryan Murder Trial - Valley Student Takes Part In Bayh’s Service Leaders Summit - Goshen Man Faces Charges After Methamphetamine Arrest - Milford Hires Operator For Wastewater Treatment Plant

11-08-2004 - Zoning Map To Be Reviewed - Repainted Tank To Be Rededicated Thursday - Paragon Medical Votes To Help The United Way - Grace Men Win Again - Lady Lancers Win Homecoming Game

11-06-2004 - Witness Says Suspect Threatened Murder Victim In ’99 - Our Father’s House Opens New Dining Room - City Settles Up With Treatment Plant Contractor - Housing Opportunities Gets $37,500 Grant - Warriors Win Sectional Championship

11-05-2004 - Sauders OK With School Board Recount, But Not Revote - Warsaw Liquor Store Reports Burglary - ABC Vote Tied On Stimmelators License Review - La Pasadita Cooperates With ABC - Alcohol permit renewal continued for Time Out Inn - Jury Views Video Of Crime Scene In Murder Trial

11-04-2004 - Watkins To Contest School Board Election - Process for contesting election results - Voters Registered At BMV Not On Registration Rolls - Opening Arguments In Ryan Murder Trial - Manchester Skate Park Closer To Reality - Second Half Key In Grace Opener - Wawasee More Than Lantz, Swain

11-03-2004 - At Least 2 New Faces On Warsaw School Board - County Turnout Level At 59.47 Percent - No Surprises In County Vote - The county vote totals

11-02-2004 - Ballot Error Shuts Off Voting Machine - Local Businesses Burglarized - Manchester Man Faces Cocaine Dealing Charge - Warsaw OKs Raises For Elected Officials - Commissioners Pass On Request From HOW

11-01-2004 - Poll Workers Will Ask First-Time Voters To Show Identification - Jury Being Picked Today In Jason Ryan’s Murder Trial - Stichter Second At State Meet - Tigers Fall To Northrop In Regional

10-30-2004 - Jefferson Scholar At Next American Lyceum Lecture - Jones Joins Cardinal Center As Director Of Development - Two County Farms Earn Hoosier Homestead Award

10-29-2004 - Reed To Speak At Education Summit - Drainage Board OKs Two Setbacks - Mutual Fed Gets Zoning Exception In Syracuse - KDI Hears Report On Local Wages - Tiger Spikers Ready For Regional

10-28-2004 - Indiana Voters Asked Three Public Questions - Claypool Candidates Sought - Wawasee's Dynamic Duo... - Rodney Younis' Eleven

10-27-2004 - Local Ballot Error Found - Kings Highway Crosswalks Rethought

10-26-2004 - Mediation Sought For CVB - Four Men Rob Local Veal Barn - K Of C Gets Variance Extension - Brisk Absentee Voting On Par With 2000 Election - Former Sen. Wheeler Dead At 75

10-25-2004 - K Of C Seeks Variance Extension - Tiger Spikers Repeat As Sectional Champs - High School Roundup - Grace College Roundup

10-23-2004 - Daniels Makes Campaign Stop In Warsaw - 2 County Libraries Rated Among Best In Nation

10-21-2004 - Tips For A Fun And Safe Halloween - Trick-Or-Treat Hours Set - WCDC Announces Spooktakular - Warsaw Kickers Fall In Regional - On The Gridiron (Prep Football Previews)

10-20-2004 - Scooter Accident Kills Leesburg Man - Gatke Site To Become Property Of County - Syracuse Awards Bids For Storm Sewer Project - Mentone Man Critical After Tuesday Accident - Health Dept. Employee Earns Immunization Coalition Award

10-19-2004 - WCS Seeks System-Wide Accreditation - City Hears Feedback About Curb Project On Lilac, Brubaker - March Trial Set For Dentist, Wife Accused Of Fraud - Companies In Full United Way Campaign Mode - Warsaw Spikers Down Valley

10-18-2004 - Two face charges of A felony meth dealing - Fribley Field Dedication Held Sunday - Stichter Wins Fourth Regional - Mustangs Fall In Playoff - Tigers Win Sectional In Shootout - High School Roundup

10-16-2004 - Warsaw Dept. Heads To Award Contracts For Supplies - Tigers Fall Short In Fisher Field Finale - Vikings Win Title Outright

10-15-2004 - Machining Concepts Seeks Tax Abatement - Police Investigate Threatening Message In School Restroom - Mustangs Seeking Berth In Title Game - One Last Fisher Field Moment - Warsaw Advances To Sectional Final - High School Roundup - Grace College Roundup

10-14-2004 - Drug Task Force Executes Warrant - Saturday Event Shows Parents How To Keep Kids Safe In Cars - Hints for proper fitting of child safety seats - Daniels To Attend Local Political Rally

10-13-2004 - Zoners OK Petition Despite Complaints From Neighbors - Wawasee Gets $131,000 For Mentoring Program - Community Prepares For Festival Of Trees - Claypool Clerk Quits; Investigation Under Way - Silver Lake Council Members Ask Clerk To Provide Balances Each Month - Winona Council Discusses Alternatives To Boat Trailer Parking - Stichter Wins Sectional, Area Teams Advance - Warsaw's Season Ends In Shootout - Grace College Roundup - High School Roundup

10-12-2004 - County Examines Issue Of Funding Voting Machines - Pierceton Looks At HSA To Save Money On Insurance - Valley To Fire Up Boilers This Week - Record Number Attend Right To Life Banquet - Tiger Boys Kickers Oust Rival Plymouth

10-11-2004 - Teen Dies In Crash Near Milford - ‘Bottled In Warsaw’ On Display At Museum

10-09-2004 - Smith New Health Care Foundation Director - Hartle Named Times-Union Publisher - Family Survives Toxic Amount Of Carbon Monoxide - Tigers Held Scoreless At NorthWood - Rochester Drops Whitko Out Of TRC Race - BOURBON – After last weekend’s heartbreaking 14-13 loss to LaVille, Triton head coach Rodney Younis and his squad needed to rebound and avoid a letdown against Knox.

10-08-2004 - ABC Puts Stimmelator’s License Renewal On Hold - Club pays $1.000 in booze fines - 2 Nabbed In Cocaine Case - KCH Gives Flu Vaccine To Family Docs; Clinics Nixed - Pierceton Lions Offers Free Eye Screenings - Three WCS Districts Up For Election - Stichter Wins Fourth NLC Title - Warsaw's Sumpter, Truman Advance - High School Roundup

10-07-2004 - Fight At Bar Ends In Gunfire - Mobile Meth Lab Found - ‘Bookmobile’ Helps Educate About Fire Safety - Manchester OKs Abatement For New Industry - NIPSCO Says Bills Will Compare To ’03 - Warriors, Sells Fall At Regional - High School Roundup

10-06-2004 - Staying Calm Key If Fire Breaks Out - Health Officials Concerned About Shortage Of Flu Shots - Warsaw Man Faces Meth Charges - Warriors Advance To Regional Final - Unbeaten Tigers Win First NLC Title - Grace College Roundup - High School Roundup

10-05-2004 - Mentone Approves 25% Water Rate Hike - Commissioners Discuss Kabs Bus, Stop Signs, Bridge

10-04-2004 - Smoke Alarms Inexpensive, Yet Priceless - Two Hurt In ATV Accident - Ybarra Extradited From Texas - Group rappels down building at 122 S. Buffalo - Reporter becomes part of story - Warsaw's Johnson Finishes Eighth - Tiger Kickers Rout Warriors - Warriors Stun Tigers In Sectional Final - High School Roundup

10-02-2004 - Framing Formation - Volunteers Drive Area’s AIDS Task Force - Statistics show AIDS’ reach is widespread - Etna Township Board Has Vacancy - City Promotes Two At WPD

10-01-2004 - Immigration Officials Investigate Thursday’s Fatal Crash On U.S. 30 - Housing Opportunities Sponsors ‘Walk A Mile’ - Warsaw Man Kills Self Prior To Sentencing - Education goal of Saturday event - Second-Half Goal Lifts Tigers - Tigers, Warriors Advance To Title Tilt - Grace College Roundup - High School Roundup

09-30-2004 - Woman Killed In Crash On U.S. 30W - CVB Funding Request Tabled By Commission

09-29-2004 - MasterWorks Festival Director Talks About Concerts; To Write Column For Times-Union - ‘Pot’ Bust Nets 7 Lbs. In Oswego - Squire Kickers Win On Senior Night - College Roundup - High School Roundup

09-28-2004 - Winona Limits Boat Trailer Parking To One Hour - Alleged Meth Lab Busted At Webster

09-27-2004 - Back To The Days ...

09-25-2004 - KDI Seeks Grant To Address Biomedical, Agricultural Concerns - Claypool Good Neighbors Set To Repair Sidewalk

09-24-2004 - Warsaw Family Remembers 9/11 Victim With N.Y. Trip - Lt. Gov. Candidate Speaks At Local GOP Dinner - Mustangs Seeking Homefield Advantage - Tiger Volleyball Team Outshines Warriors - High School Roundup

09-23-2004 - Public Awareness Key To Curbing Meth Use - Health Board Upholds Setback - Warsaw BZA Mulls Flood Plain Request - Late Bloomers - County Historic Home Tour Set For Saturday

09-22-2004 - Rural Areas Attract Meth ‘Cooks’ - Anhydrous ammonia a needed ingredient - Meth labs generate lots of toxic waste - Meth Lab Next Door? Here’s How To Tell - Manchester Revises School Calendar - Teen Gets 16 Years In Syracuse Robbery - Trojan Spikers Roll Past LaVille - Grace College Roundup - High School Roundup

09-21-2004 - Meth Takes A Toll On The Body, Mind - Recovery from addiction can be long, tedious road - Townships get extension to decide school issue - 2004-05 budget approved - Whitko Hires Kruger As High School Principal - Whitko Group Seeks IHSAA-Santioned Soccer - Rape Suspect In Custody In Texas - City Wrestles With Health Insurance Issues - Snyder Named Warsaw Girls Coach - Tiger Boys Soccer Team Blanks CMA

09-20-2004 - Local Meth Use, Manufacture On The Rise - Four Hurt In Ind. 25 Crash - City, REMC Agree - Democrats Honored At Hall Of Fame Dinner

09-18-2004 - Kosciusko REMC Responds To Call For Aid - Biomet Sets United Way Record - Police Seek Robbery Suspect - Back To The Days Of Kosciuszko Expands Historic Timeframe - Teen Dies In Industrial Accident

09-17-2004 - Warsaw Schools Preparedness Plan Put Into Action - Voter RegistrationDealine Oct. 4 - Shackelford-Painted China On Display At Museum - County Firemen Honored At Annual Banquet - Dalton Employees Support United Way - Warsaw Girls Fall To Columbia City - Valley Spikers Down Squires - High School Roundup

09-16-2004 - County May Start Scholarship To Honor Hochstetler - Passerby Pulls Woman From Burning Pierceton Home - Planners Approve Requests For Two Residential Districts - North Webster Adjusts Joyland Sewer Rate - Warsaw Man Faces Charges In ‘Pot’ Probe - Schools Locked Down As Precaution - On The Gridiron - High School Roundup - College Roundup - Middle School Roundup

09-15-2004 - Winona Works On Parking Ordinance - Silver Lake Approves 2005 Town Budget - Milford Man Faces Molesting Charges - Townships Explore Options For Closed Schools - Wawasee Will Back Proposed Syracuse Trail - North Webster Boy No. 1 BMX Racer In Nation - Tiger Netters Handle Rival Wawasee - State-Ranked Raiders Run Away From Warsaw - College Roundup - High School Roundup

09-14-2004 - Pierceton Treatment Plant Bids Come In Higher Than Expected - Ex-Syracuse Councilman Dies At 71 - Midwest Spring Manufacturing seeks tax abatement - Fire department seeks to replace 34-year-old truck - Barber will get no relief from $1,372 water bill - Tippy Valley Approves $19M Budget - State Tags Atwood As Four-Star School - NLC Schools To Play Games In RCA Dome - High School Roundup

09-13-2004 - Farmers’ Market Marks 30 Years - 3 From Silver Lake Face Marijana, Cocaine Charges - Memorabilia From Warsaw’s Mershon Surfaces In Calif.; Auction Set Sept. 18 - Host Tigers Upend LCA In Soccer Invite - High School Roundup - College Roundup

09-11-2004 - Warsaw Trucker Calls Cops On Suspicious Cargo - LifeQuest Surveys Residents On Issues, Concerns

09-10-2004 - County Tax Sale Set For Oct. 13 - Homes On Parade Kicks Off This Weekend - Triton Assistant Principal To Return To Classroom - Mustangs Honoring Veterans, Emergency Personnel - Warsaw Rolls Despite Hole-In-One - Pee Wee Football Celebrates 20th Anniversary - High School Roundup

09-09-2004 - Cops Learn Emergency Driving Techniques - Scouts Landscape KC Depot - Restored Bridges Part Of Greenway Hiking, Biking Trail - Tiger Spikers Down Northridge - On the Gridiron - College Roundup - High School Roundup - Middle School Roundup

09-08-2004 - City Approves $1 Million In Budget Cuts - Whitko Middle School Student May Have Contracted Viral Menengitis - Winona Hears Input On Fate Of Lions Building - Coroner Seeks Care For His Office To Use - Viking Netters Cruise Past Triton - High School Roundup - College Roundup

09-07-2004 - Chase Ends With Marion Man’s Arrest - City Looks To Cut Budget - SYM Office Olympics Means Gold To United Way

09-04-2004 - Couple Face ‘Pot’ Charges - City Accepts City Planner’s Resignation - Plymouth Rushing Attack Grounds Tigers - Wong, Vikings Run Past Manchester - Wildcats Get First Win - Wawasee Pounds Raiders

09-03-2004 - Syracuse Hires Noffsinger As Town Manager - Pamida Gets Beer/Wine Permit In Syracuse - Purdue President Says State Making Economic Comeback - Tiger Girls Perfect In NLC Golf Action - Tiger Kickers Post Comeback Victory - College Roundup - High School Roundup

09-02-2004 - Clunette Home On Sept. TourC - Planners Table Decision On Rezoning - On the Gridiron - High School Roundup - College Roundup

09-01-2004 - Convention Delegates Work In Homeless Shelter - Local Volunteers Help In Hurricane Cleanup - Houvener Leads Locals At Invitational - Warsaw Tops Wildcats In Volleybal - High School Roundup

08-31-2004 - Purdue President To Visit Warsaw - Northenor Delegate To GOP National Convention - Tiger Netters Ground Eagles

08-30-2004 - Female Execs Host ‘Taste Of KAFE’ Wednesday - Eagles Win Final Game With Whitko - Valley Spikers Win Manchester Invite

08-28-2004 - Kinch Named Trustee For Jackson Twp. - Valley Approves Roof Coating For High School - Tigers Defend Homestead, Win At Fisher Field - Squires Fall In Weather-Shortened Game

08-27-2004 - County Looks At Options For New Voting Machines - Whitko Welcomes New Principal At S. Whitley - Secy. Of Commerce Designee Visits Warsaw Businesses

08-26-2004 - County Coroner’s constitutional role makes dying a part of his daily life - 2 Face Charges After Alleged Cocaine Deal - Congressman Tours Watershed Project Near Dewart Lake - Local Spikers Looking For Big Season - On The Gridiron

08-25-2004 - Union Disappointed By Wage Recommendation - Manchester School Officials Say School Off To A Good Start - Winona Residents Concerned About Scout Cabin - Cancer Care Fund Gala Announces Auction Items - 3 Arrested In Suspected Meth Bust - Tiger Spikers Sweep Three-Way Match - High School Roundup

08-24-2004 - Syracuse Council Takes Look At Harrison Street Property - Zoners OK 3 Variance Requests - Mentone Studies Water, Sewer Rate Increases - Barbershop owner questions $1,372 water bill - Valley Netters Dispose Of Jimtown - Valley Spikers Remain Perfect Against Winamac

08-23-2004 - Whitko High School Principal Resigns; Takes Job Near Muncie - Wakarusa Teen Dies From Injuries Suffered In Friday P.M. Crash

08-21-2004 - 5 File For 3 Warsaw School Board Positions - Warsaw Approves Buying $756,832 Aerial Fire Truck - Teenagers Injured In Friday Traffic Accident - Kosciusko Farmers Receive State RFF Award - Tigers Open Akers Era With Win - Warriors Overcome Sloppy Field, Play - Red Farmer To Race For Warsaw's ML Motorsports - Vikings Lose To North Judson - Squires Lose First Game With Baker As Coach

08-20-2004 - Center Street Home On Historic Homes Tour - Zoners Set Conditions For Syracuse Business - Tigers Hold Off Hard-Charging Vikings

08-19-2004 - Recent Area Thefts Focus On Heavy Equipment - 2 Former Employees Sue WCS, Superintendent

08-18-2004 - New Field Being Readied For Young Tigers - Zimmer Gets Tax Abatement - City Dwellers Make Move To Tippecanoe Farm - Valley Tops Wawasee In Five-Game Battle - Warrior Boys Kickers Open Season With Loss

08-17-2004 - Patrons Attend WCS Budget Hearing - Schools may appeal to state over $689,000 shortfall - Triton Highlights Reading Skills - City Proposes 3% Increases For Elected Officials - Local Agencies Organize Hurricane Relief - Warsaw Boys Kickers Eyeing Big Season - Wienhorst's Contract Not Renewed - Wawasee Girls Down Manchester, Westview

08-16-2004 - Local Couple’s Granddaughter Up And Coming In Hollywood

08-14-2004 - Public Hearing Monday On Warsaw School Budget - Syracuse Committee Raising Funds To Create Trail System - Tiger Kickers Looking To Reload, Not Rebuild

08-13-2004 - Cops Probe Whitley Burglary - County OKs Preliminary ’05 Budget - Larwill Celebrates Anniversary With Squawbuck Days

08-12-2004 - Police Arrest Suspect In Wong’s Armed Robbery - Tippy CC On Historic Properties Tour - Young Writers

08-11-2004 - Rochester Man Arrested In Argos Murder - County Commissioners Proceed With Western Route Design - Turkey Creek FD Zoning Approved For New Station - Council Reviews Budgets For County Departments - SL To Replace Pump, Computers - Sewer Rate Debate Continues In North Webster

08-10-2004 - Fire Damages Dorm At Grace College - City Will Redraft Salary Ordinance - Warsaw Administrators Get 4 Percent Raises - Warsaw Golfers Remain Unbeaten In Dual Matches

08-09-2004 - Pfleiderer Trust Provides Grant To Presby Pre-School - Pilot Injured In Ultralight Mishap - Rodriguez, Hill Carry Mustangs To Win

08-07-2004 - KCH Plans Expansion - BOW Considers Parking Rent Hike

08-06-2004 - 293rd To Get Specialty Training - Pierceton Days Fest On Tap Saturday - ABC Approves Several Permit Renewals - Syracuse Motorcyclist Injured In Crash

08-05-2004 - Atlantis Village Plat Approved - Red Ball Raises More Than $50,000 For Red Cross - Mustangs' Offensive Line Building Strong Wall - Out Of Leftfield

08-04-2004 - Manchester Proposes Slight Increase In Schools’ Budget - County Officer Honored By State Sheriffs’ Group - Restaurant Employee Reports Robbery - Juveniles Arrested After Auto Thefts - Syracuse Man Resists Arrest, Faces Charges - Our Father’s House Set For Back-To-School Giveaway - Wawasee Girls Open Golf Season With Wins - Tiger Girls Golfers Compete In Valpo Invite

08-03-2004 - Fire Destroys Warsaw Home - Warsaw Works On ’05 Budget - Triton Schools Budget Slightly Higher This Year - Tiger Girls Golfers Win Season Opener

08-02-2004 - Warsaw Man Struck By Train, Dies - Purple Loosestrife Has Potential To Harm Wetlands - Miller’s Celebrates 40 Years Of Service - Tigers, Vikings Return Experienced Golfers

07-30-2004 - West Nile Virus Found In County - School Districts Begin Student Registration Process Next Week - Wal-Mart Starts United Way Effort Saturday

07-29-2004 - Cemetery Crew Trying To Sort Out Repairs, Expenses - Oakwood Uses Fencing To Deter Vandals - Warsaw Council Tackles $15.3M 2005 Budget - Council To Hear Nonprofit Budget Requests Monday - Mustangs' Martinez Still Kickin' It - Out Of Leftfield - Milford's Lantz Hired By Bethel College

07-28-2004 - Commissioners Approve Ind. 15 Bypass Route - County To Enforce Conditions Of Easement Vacation Approval - Winona Police To Step Up Enforcement Of Park Rules - Manchester Board Creates New Media Positions

07-27-2004 - Warsaw BZA Sets Conditions For Shell Convenience Store - BBBS Fund-Raiser Is Rock ’N’ Bowl Event - Three Warsaw Girls Report Being Raped

07-26-2004 - Mentone Man Dies Saturday After Fall From Pickup Bed\ - Warsaw BZA To Hear Plans For New Shell Store On Center Street - Warsaw Man Injured In Crash - Mustangs Off And Running, Win Season Opener

07-24-2004 - Paragon Medical To Expand Pierceton Facility - HOW Receives $400,000 Grant - Out Of Leftfield

07-23-2004 - Chicago Fed President Visits Warsaw - Musser Named To Syracuse Council - 6 Women Nominated For ‘Our Lady Of Kosciusko’ - Out Of Leftfield

07-22-2004 - Army Brings Medical Care To Village - Warsaw Man Charged With Sex Crimes - Manchester Teen Arrested For Rape - Little Miss, Mister Crowned Wednesday - Ropemaker Teaches, Shares Ancient Skill - K.C. Mustangs Open Inaugural Season Saturday - Local Kids Headed To Baseball W.S.

07-21-2004 - Syracuse Council Continues Debate Over Town Manager Duties - WPD Investigate Sex Abuse Cases - Toddlers, Preschoolers Featured Tuesday At Fair - ISP Conducts Drug Raid In Milford - Plane Scare Turns Out OK - Out Of Leftfield - Erba Picked For Triathlon H.O.F. - Wienhorst Will Remain Tiger Girls Hoops Coach

07-20-2004 - Warsaw Dentist, Wife, Indicted In Medicaid Fraud - Tippecanoe Lake Man Killed In West Virginia Plane Crash - Leesburg Elementary Gets New Principal For 2004-05 - Thorpe resigns - American Heritage Project Leads To Harrold Family History - Hogan Honored For Sesquicentennial Work - DEMOLITION DERBY ALWAYS A POPULAR EVENT

07-19-2004 - County Fair Officially Opens Today - Webster Toddler Killed In Accident - One-Car Accident Claims Life Of Claypool Woman - Warsaw Woman Injured In Sunday Car Crash

07-17-2004 - Fair Preparation - N. Webster-Tippecanoe Library To Go Public - Anticipation Grows As Red Ball Nears - Baxter Receives Top REAL Services Award - BOW Reviews Records - Lions Club, Town Settle Differences In Mediation - Monster Trucks Coming To Local Fair

07-16-2004 - Kosciusko County Fair Starts Saturday - Parade set for Sunday - Rinker Boat Changes Ownership - Chesterfield Man Dies After Falling From Watercraft On Tippy - 3 Injured In Thursday Accident - Syracuse BZA OKs Restaurant Expansion - Beasley, Soccr Camp Coming To CCAC

07-15-2004 - Northenor To Attend GOP National Convention - Stimmel’s Petition To Expand Denied - CCS Launches Christmas In July - Tip Leads To Arrest In Zale Robbery

07-14-2004 - Andersons bring American bison to Kosciusko - Webster Council Draws Fire From Residents - Wawasee Seeks To Save Money On Natural Gas Purchases - Athletic director gives financial report - County May Place Roundabout At Old 30, Fox Farm - Locals Headed To Soccer National Finals

07-13-2004 - County Gives Nod To Proposed Bypass - Tippecanoe Valley Board Reorganizes - United Way Welcomes 2004 Pacesetter Companies - Pierceton Police Need New Computer - Milford Donates $1,200 To KDI

07-12-2004 - Reading Skills Sharpened With Canines - 41-Year-Old Dewart Lake Man Drowns Sunday - Zale Pharmacy Target Of Robber; Methadone Stolen

07-10-2004 - Cardinal Center Launches Hole-In-One Fund-Raiser

07-09-2004 - County To Take A Look At New Voting Machines - Robbery Incidents Reported At Manchester - MasterWorks Festival Enters Final Week

07-08-2004 - Town Council Member Resigns At Syracuse - Manchester Seeks Grant To Upgrade Town Life Center - Planners Approve Rezoning Petitions - Conference Center At Westminster Named In Honor Of Blaine Mikesell

07-07-2004 - Fire Destroys Home At Palestine

07-06-2004 - View From The Front

07-05-2004 - Young Tigers Hope For ’04 Season At New Field - Broken Shifter Bracket Leaves Jarrett 2rd

07-03-2004 - Chapman Lake Project At Top Of State’s List - Attorney Says Retired City Employee’s Insurance Coverage Is Unique - Management Credits Workers For Paragon’s Success

07-02-2004 - Mad Anthony Brewing Bringing Restaurant To Downtown Warsaw - Legion Honors Newspaper For Series On WW II Vets

07-01-2004 - Ryan Trial Date Set For Oct. 19 - Claypool Man Faces Charges Of Sexual Misconduct - Ford Takes Over As Winona Postmaster

06-30-2004 - County Hears Recommendation For Western Bypass - KCH Offer To Purchase Bowen Center Prompts Request For Grant - Superintendent Describes Park Department Budget As ‘Pretty Lean’ - Syracuse Mulls Over 2005 Budgets

06-29-2004 - Abu Ghraib News Isn’t Always Bad - Local Housing Programs Feel Federal Budget Pinch - Mentone Sees Slight Increase In 2005 Town Budget

06-28-2004 - July 4 Weekend Events On Tap - Hochstetler To Be Honored Tuesday

06-26-2004 - Slurping The Good Stuff - 4th Of July Events Set - Pro-Life Music Fest At CCAC - Davis Named 2004 Fair Queen - 'Sam's Field of Dreams'

06-25-2004 - Fire Chief Reminds Residents Of Fireworks Laws - Cardinal Center Kicks Off Hole-In-One Fund-Raiser

06-24-2004 - View From The Front - Bowen Grand Marshal Of Sesquicentennial Parade - Spartech Invests $8 Million In Warsaw For Product Development Center - MasterWorks Fest Begins 4-Week Run

06-23-2004 - Orthopedic Firm Wins Judgment - ATV Accident Claims Life Of Teen - Myriad Events Planned Saturday At Milford Fest - Syracuse Knights Of Columbus Tagged As 2004 Commodore

06-22-2004 - WCS Textbook Costs Rising Slightly - Syracuse Debates Powers, Duties Of Town Manager - Part Of Greenway Designated ‘National Trail’ - Baker Youth Clubs may build new facility - Whitko OKs Bids For Cafeteria Supplies - Drug Task Force Nabs Milford Man - Triton Hires Title I Coordinator

06-21-2004 - Lamb Crowned Queen Of Lakes At North Webster - Local Girl Gets A Wish From Make-A-Wish Foundation

06-19-2004 - Jones Rocks Central Park

06-18-2004 - Man Who Fired At Police Pleads Insanity - 2 Charged In Arson - Sentence Meted In Pizza Hut Robbery - 12 Vie For Royalty At County Fair

06-17-2004 - Winona Lake Street Work Costs Above Estimates - Famous Horses Help Kick Off UW Campaign - Woman Faces Charges In Theft From Fire Dept. - Tigers Finish Third In Rain-Soaked Golf State Finals

06-15-2004 - Pierceton Gets $500,000 Community Grant - Tippy Valley Schools Meet Guidelines For No Child Left Behind - IU Coach Makes Appearance At Tippecanoe Lake Country Club

06-14-2004 - New Treatment Helps Relieve Symptoms Of Diabetic Neuropathy - Garden Walk Planned During Sesquicentennial

06-12-2004 - Public Access Upgrade

06-11-2004 - County Mental Health Program Offers GEDs To Female Inmates - United Way Campaign Welcomes Nelson Beverage As Pacesetter - Warsaw Tiger Boys Win Golf Regional Championship - Just One Of The Guys...Despite Physical Challenges, Akron Boy Refuses To Be Different

06-10-2004 - County Officials Formulating Emergency Plans - Police Warn Of Internet Scams - SWCD Offers Riverwatch Training Workshop - Silver Lake Days Celebration Set for June 18 - Woman Reports Rape

06-09-2004 - Local Orthopedic Firm Puts Cubs Great Banks ‘Back In The Game’ - Flap Over Fence Back Before Winona Lake Town Council - Wawasee Rental Fees To Increase Next Year - Top Students Named At Lakeland

06-08-2004 - Sesquicentennial Events On Tap This Weekend - Mentone Resident Thinks Leak Is Town’s Problem - Town may get new industry - Valley Names Top Students - Triton OKs $350,000 For Capital Projects Fund

06-07-2004 - Toddler Drowns In Family Pool - Woman Dies When Car Hits Tractor

06-05-2004 - Works Board Quizzed About Retiree Benefits

06-04-2004 - Judge To Review Depositions From School Officials - Service Liquors Seeks To Clear Violation; Permit Renewal Delayed - Band Concert To Kick Off Sesquicentennial Celebration

06-03-2004 - Man Found In Wawasee Drowned, Autopsy Says - Manchester Revises Main Street Project - Planners Approve Two Petitions For Rezoning - Lone Senior Wins Medallist Honors, Leads Tiger Golfers Past Tippecanoe Valley

06-02-2004 - Crash Injuries Fatal To Milford Woman; Another Driver Hurt - Solid Waste Board Restores Budget Amounts - Manchester Offers Students Access To Free Counseling - Cardinal Center Kicks Off 50th Anniversary Celebration - Wawasee Names Top 2004 Grads - Vikings, Wildcats Fall In Tippecanoe Valley Sectional

06-01-2004 - 2 Weekend Crashes Kill 3 21-Year-Olds - Body Found In Lake Wawasee - Top Two Students Named At Triton - Fifth-Ranked Munster Blanks Tigers In Tennis Semistate - Whitko Girls Win Sectional In Five Innings - Warsaw Baseball Ends Season With Loss To Columbia City

05-29-2004 - World War II Veterans To Be Honored Today - Peaceful End To The Day

05-28-2004 - Guardsmen Called To Active Duty - Firemen Find Alleged Meth Lab - Civil Suit Filed Against Builder - Suit Alleges Faulty Implant - Argentino Leads Locals At Fort Wayne Regional - Local Boys Compete At Kokomo Regional

05-27-2004 - Bicyclist Dies On Ind. 15 - Memorial Day Events On Tap - Lenke Flew Bombing Missions Over Germany - Annual Breakfast Recognizes Agri-Business, Importance Of Farming In Kosciusko County - Tiger Girls Tennis Team Wins Fourth Straight Regional Title - Warsaw Softball Ends Season At Sectional - Whitko Advances To Sectional Final In Dramatic Fashion

05-26-2004 - Smith Wounded Outside Neuhoff, Germany - King’s Highway Widening Project Considered - Theft Arrest Made Tuesday - Warsaw Tennis Team Advances To Regional Final - Trio Of Locals Advance To Girls Track State Finals

05-25-2004 - Wildman Flew Missions In China - 7-Year-Old Hit By Mower Still ‘Serious’

05-24-2004 - Thomas Spent 22 Months As Prisoner Of War - 7-Year-Old Suffers Severe Leg Injury

05-22-2004 - Doyle Recalls Landing At Omaha Beach - Bott Family Honored With ‘Going The Extra Mile’ Award - ’54 Grad Presents Lighted Globe To WCHS Media Center

05-21-2004 - Creakbaum Manned .50 Caliber Machine Guns - Teen Gets 16-Year Term For Role In Armed Robbery - Freshman Wins Car For Perfect Attendance

05-20-2004 - Maximum Sentence Handed Down In Neglect Case - Kate Staup, ‘Elle’ A Perfect Match - Grossnickle Served As Naval Aviator - Red Ball Committee Planning 2004 Event - Whitko Softball Wins Big On Senior Night - Manchester Baseball Team Earns Berth In Div. III Mideast Regional - Vikings Cruise To 11-1 Win Over Wildcats In 5 Innings - Stichter Breaks Mile Record, Wawasee Second At Warsaw Sectional - Culver Academy Wins Tippecanoe Valley Girls Track Sectional

05-19-2004 - Marine Pilot Served In South Pacific During WWII - Syracuse Council Agrees To Buy Used Police Car - Syracuse Man Pleads Guilty In Pizza Hut Robbery - Manchester School Board OKs Retirement Incentive Plan - Macdonald, Thompson Take Top Honors For WCHS Class Of 2004 - Biomet Asks To Buy Land From County

05-18-2004 - Warsaw Councilman Critical Of ‘Too Many Change Orders' - Commissioners Meet With Concerned Milford Residents To Discuss Proposed Bypass - State Changes Method For School Transportation Funding - Whitko Honors Jones As ‘Friend Of Education’ - Lunch Prices Increase At WCS - German Artillery Officer Surrendered To Smith - Troy Akers Named New Tiger Football Coach

05-17-2004 - Fribley Honored Posthumously On Armed Forces Day - Bertsch Served On Searchlight Battalion - Jarrett Finishes Second To Schrader, Moves Up In ARCA Point Standings

05-15-2004 - Drum Enchanted Evening - Howe Became A Gypsey In World War II - KCSD Salutes Own - Brown Outstanding Alumnus At Ivy Tech Commencement

05-14-2004 - Shots Fired At Officers - Claypool Woman Dies In Crash On Ind. 15 - Court Rules For WCS - Wawasee Girls, Elkhart Memorial Boys Win NLC Meet - Warsaw Golfers Shoot 149 In NLC Win Over NorthWood, Memorial

05-13-2004 - Borders’ Ship Brought ‘Terror’ To WWII Ports - Task Force Arrests 13 For Drugs - Winona Plans For King’s Hwy. Near Completion - County helps fund repairs to area bridges - Pierceton Post Office Sponsors ‘Extreme Mailbox Makeover’ Contest - Fribley To Be Honored Saturday

05-12-2004 - Marsh Sworn In On Webster Council - Early Fishing - Tail Gunner Bumbaugh Flew Bomb Missions From Guam - Silver Lake To Improve Town Appearance - BZA Orders Owners To Clean Up Property - Exception for lounge, billiard hall approved - Wawasee Welcomes New High School Principal - Dekko gives WCS grant for alternative program

05-11-2004 - Manufacturer To Locate In Milford - Milford residents concerned about effect of proposed bypass - Library Faces Budget Woes - Building Plans OK’d At Valley - Locke Flew Fighters At Iwo Jima, Japan - Plymouth Deals Tiger Baseball Team Fifth Straight Conference Loss - Manchester Wins Rain-Shortened TRC Match

05-10-2004 - Anglin Fought At Battle Of The Bulge

05-08-2004 - Warsaw Schools, CCQE Square Off In Hearing - Warsaw Fleetfoots Joins Vintage Base Ball Teams - Warsaw Man Charged With Child Molesting - Drug Task Force Faces More Intense Menace - Stutzman Served On Air Base During War - Tiger Boys Track Team Wins Truex Title

05-07-2004 - Chinworth Enlisted, Served As WAC Nurse - Depuy Receives $161,000 Grant To Train Employees - Auditor Outlines County’s Tax Dilemmas - Bell library’s capital projects fund approved - ‘Crack’ Bust Nets Two Arrests - City, Town Officials Meet, Discuss Waste District, Other Topics - ABC Approves License For Jot Em Down Store At Barbee - United Way Food Drive Saturday

05-06-2004 - Pilot Dies In Ultralight Crash - Manchester Fire Chief Resigns - Burns Landed On Omaha Beach - Car Company Seeks Rezoning For Expanded Dealership - Whitko Names Top Students

05-05-2004 - Sanders, Anglin, Teghtmeyer Win Primary Council Race - Voter Turnout Only 21 Percent Across County - Whitko Student Beaten At School - Frantz Led Platoon Into Saipan - Ultralight Aircraft Crashes; Pilot Dies - Lakeland Daycare Board Issues Statement

05-04-2004 - Richmond Dodged Bomb Fragments While Serving In Wales Supply Depot - County Seeks Grant From Homeland Security - Waste District Cuts Budget - Mentone To Study Sewer Rates, Increase May Be Necessary - Triton OKs - Dewart Lake Diagnostic Study Topic Of Meeting

05-03-2004 - Primary Election On Tap Tuesday - Where To Vote - Gast One Of First To Reach ‘Seigfried Line’ - Hearing Friday On School Injunction - Diocese Breaks Ground For Our Lady Of Guadalupe Shrine

05-01-2004 - Couple Recall World War II Service - Warsaw Hands Wawasee First Loss - Wawasee Warrior Girls Win Three-Way NLC Track Meet - Tiger Golfers Start Season With Success

04-30-2004 - Whitko Cuts Staff To Ease Budget Woes - Supermarkets, Curves Join Annual Food Drive - Winona Artists Raise Funds For Home Health Care, Hospice - Warsaw Hands Wawasee First Loss - Wawasee Warrior Girls Win Three-Way NLC Track Meet - Tiger Golfers Start Season With Success

04-29-2004 - Warsaw Woman Reports Rape - Education Still A Popular Degree Despite Cutbacks In Indiana Schools - Winona ‘Fat And Skinny’ Bicycle Fest Hosts Events For Kids On Saturday - Police Seek Information About Infant - Legion Post Honors Jailers - Warsaw Thumps No. 4 (3A) Northridge - Warsaw Softball Falls To NLC Foe Northridge

04-28-2004 - Lakeland Day Care To Close - Winona Resident Complains About Neighbor’s Property - Chapman Conservation group sponsors second annual educational event - Local Pastor To Lead Methodist Delegation - Tiger Boys Track Team Too Much For Northridge, Goshen

04-27-2004 - Secy. Of State Speaks At Local Child Abuse Prevention Luncheon - Warsaw Zoners Approve Several Variance Requests - Yet Another County Meth Arrest - Warsaw Man Accused Of Rape - Cancer Society Recognizes KCH, DePuy - Tigers Blank Vikings - Tigers Down NorthWood For Seventh Straight Win

04-26-2004 - Reed Pleads Guilty Ahead Of Murder Trial - Akron Man Hurt In Crash - Warsaw Zoners To Hear Variance Requests - Winona To Host 2-Day Festival For Bicycle Enthusiasts - Jason Jarrett Climbs In Point Standings With Runner-Up Finish

04-24-2004 - Spring Planting - Mental Health Association Gives Kids A Way To Report, Stop Sexual Abuse - Mermaid Festival Marks 59th Year - Drainage Board Nixes Project

04-23-2004 - Dedication Ceremonies Planned At North Webster Community Center - 27 Graduate From Leadership Academy - Sexual Assault Can Change The Lives Of Victims - Laws classified as sex crimes - Many misconceptions exist regarding rape, sexual assault - Search Continues For Syracuse Man - Crash Injures Warsaw Man - Drug Arrest Made After Tip

04-22-2004 - Kosciusko Students Earn Lilly Scholarships - Robinson Sentence Won’t Be Modified - Kosciusko has it share of abuse, neglect cases - Web sites offer more information - 51 Indiana children died from abuse during 2003

04-21-2004 - MCS Cuts Costs - Treasurer Says Property Tax Bills Will Be Provisional - United Way Announces Leadership For 2004 Campaign - Stalking Creates New Class Of Victims - ‘Cyber stalking’ the latest wrinkle - Statistics show stalking’s prevalence among men, women

04-20-2004 - Whitko Mulls PE Program Cuts - Whitko HS named ‘Best Buy’ - Warsaw Council Approves Plans For Office Development - Domestic Violence Is Cycle That Can Be Broken - Studies show domestic violence is frequent, targets women - Batterers share many characteristics - Web Sites Offer Help, Information - Domestic Violence Follows Common Pattern - Indiana Battery Laws, Penalties Vary

04-19-2004 - Look For Signs Of Bullying - Some States Enact Laws Against Bullying - Internet Offers Many Resources

04-17-2004 - Restraining Order Against WCS - Claypool Good Neighbor Projects Earn Group National Recognition - City To Archive Records

04-15-2004 - Spring: A Time For Potholes - Manchester To Upgrade Tower Stand - Disaster Drill Set In Syracuse - Wayne Trustee Offers Service Program - Warsaw Mayor Named To Tax Study Panel

04-14-2004 - Tip Leads To Meth Arrest - Silver Lake Resident Complains About Abandoned Residences - Chamber Tags Wawasee As ‘Best Buy’ School - Wawasee Board Member Resigns - Winona Swears In Reserve Officers - Webster Approves Wastewater Upgrades - Tigers Run Away From Depleted Warriors

04-13-2004 - Warsaw BZA Settles Dispute Over Sign Height - 3 held after task force investigations in Atwood, Manchester - Milford Sees Insurance Hike As Excessive - Milford daycare center tells town council of financial difficulties - Warsaw Planners Approve Development Of Upscale Office Complex At North Pointe - Cardinal Center Patient Says She Was Raped - Tiger Baseball Team Falls To Penn In Home Opener

04-12-2004 - 70 Years Ago, Dillinger Raided Warsaw City Hall - Warsaw Woman Critical After Crash - Local Lottery Contestant

04-10-2004 - Bird Watchers

04-09-2004 - Springtime Tilling - Donations Pour In When Camp Good News Receives Bad News

04-08-2004 - Warsaw Woman Injured In Wednesday Accident - Miller Brings Campaign To Kosciusko County - Plan Commission Recommends Ordinance, Zoning Changes

04-07-2004 - Tire Recycling Soon To Be Available In County - Officials Continue Search For Missing Syracuse Man - Coroner Rules Hurley Death Feb. 13 From Natural Causes

04-06-2004 - Triton Board Drops $13.9M Building Project - Mentone Trustee To Require Work For Assistance Program Recipients - County Commissioners Approve Company To Conduct Oct. 13 Sale

04-05-2004 - Garage Fire - Divers Search Wawasee For Missing Man - WPD Accident

04-03-2004 - Zimmer: 400 New Warsaw Jobs - Kinsey Recieves First Rural Teacher Of The Year Award - Hester Leaves Council Race - BOW Approves Routine Contracts, Hears From Pension Plan Members

04-02-2004 - Western Route Proposal Presented - Syracuse Cops Catch Juveniles Involved In Vandalism - Bar Owner, Fined By Excise, Removes Gambling Devices - Cemetery Tour Planned As Part Of 150th Anniversary Celebration

04-01-2004 - Reclusive Spider’s Bite Packs A Punch - Students Invited To Optimists’ Free Skate

03-31-2004 - Engineers Present Western Route Proposal Thursday - Limestone Facade Revealed Downtown - City Settles Insurance Claim Over Sewage Spill In Creek - Military Probe Shows Fribley Died From Enemy Fire - Andrews To Resign From Webster Council, Plans Move To Florida

03-30-2004 - Milford Puts Deadline On Wastewater Construction - Duncan Sentenced For May 27 Robbery - Whitko Making Cuts In Personnel, Contracts, Benefits

03-29-2004 - Plenty Of Room

03-27-2004 - Triton Remonstrance Passes Phase 1 - 93-Year-Old Spends Birthday At Her Favorite Pastime

03-26-2004 - Whitley Teen Critical After Beating - Bar Owner, Bartender, Patron Named In Lawsuit - Construction Company Files Suit Against Bank - Drainage Board OKs Setback, Wetland Restoration Project - Residents Recognized For ‘Hearts Of Gold’

03-25-2004 - Family Files Suit Against Local Care Center - Whitko Looks At Cutting Budget - Syracuse Police Arrest 2 After Meth Investigation

03-24-2004 - Grant Money Sought To Upgrade Radios - Lawrances Honored By North Webster Chamber Of Commerce - Winona Renews Public Works Contract

03-23-2004 - Robbery Suspect Arrested - Biomet Acquires Merck’s 50% Interest In Joint Venture - Opinions Vary Regarding Warsaw School Capacities - Petitions Submitted Against Triton Project - Courthouse Coffee Balcony OK’d

03-22-2004 - Robbery Suspect Sought - Percussionists Take 2nd At State - Zoners To Consider Two Variance Requests - Jaclyn Leininger Named Miss Basketball - Pole Position: Wrong Coaches Selected For Girls All-Star Team

03-20-2004 - Driver Escapes Injury After Car Struck By Train - County To Dedicate ‘Kosciuszko’ Monument

03-19-2004 - Month-Old Lamb Joined By Twins In Rare Double Birth - Syracuse Zoners Approve Two Petitions With Conditions Attached - Local Cabinet Firm Donates To Petty’s Camp

03-18-2004 - Trek Through Himalayas Brings Excitement, Awe - Legislators Ask WCS To Delay School Closings - Federal Funds Awarded To County Shelter Programs - Symmetry Medical Plans To Seek Tax Abatement - EDIT rate to remain at $0.068 - Biomet Employees Shave Heads, Raise Money For Cancer Victims

03-17-2004 - China, Tibet Leave Lasting Impressions On McKenzie - Manchester Proposes School Cost-Cutting Plans - Pierceton Woman Faces Charges After ‘Crack’ Bust - Local ‘Y’, Reneker’s Sponsoring Patriotic T-Shirt Project - Syracuse To Refund Waterworks Bonds - Dana announces 70 May layoffs

03-16-2004 - City OKs Senior House Development - Warsaw Approves $26M Building Contract - McKenzie Recounts Asian Travels - Whitko Decries Financial Situation

03-15-2004 - Suspect In Phillips’ Death Appears In Court

03-12-2004 - Arrest Made In 2001 Murder - Milford Marshal Files Motion To Dismiss Ralph Fisher Suit - Petition Drive Begins To Halt Triton Project - Working With Wood - State Attorney General Speaks At Local Lincoln Day Dinner

03-11-2004 - Gaming Machines Illegal; Booze Licenses At Stake - 20-Year Sentence Meted In Case Of Shots Fired At Milford Town Marshal - Purdue President Says Rural Values Important To U.S.

03-10-2004 - Solid Waste District Short On Funds - District to help recycle cell phones - Wawasee School Board Hears Science Fair Student Presentation - Winona To Close Streets On Island May 2 - On The Lookout - SL Council Responds To Rumors, Allegations - County Offices Get Emergency Plan - County gives state 2 radio frequencies

03-09-2004 - Milford Adopts New Sewer Rates - Valley’s Special Education, Alternative Programs Thriving - Pierceton Debates Treatment Plant Improvements - Warsaw Library Adds Wireless Internet Service - Apartment Fire

03-08-2004 - Warsaw Girls Fall To Indy’s North Central - Biomet To Acquire Interpore - Manchester Man Accused Of Child Molesting Found In Canada - Red Cross Details Planning Efforts In New ‘Together We Prepare’ Brochure - Warsaw Planners To Approve Final Anchorage Bay Plat

03-06-2004 - Icy Pile-Up - Works Board Hears About Chief's Decision

03-05-2004 - Alcohol Permits Approved By Board - Cemetery Tours Planned At Oakwood - Warsaw Student Joins ‘People To People’ - Grill Gets Reneker Award For Community Service - Johnson Learns About Life On The Other Side Of The Court - Tiger Girls Basketball Team One Win Away From State Championship

03-04-2004 - Warsaw Wesleyan Team Is Last Out of Haiti - Manchester Looks At Housing Needs - Planners See Benefit In Development Rights - Sentencing Motion Denied In Reed Case - Another Leininger Leads Team To Indianapolis

03-03-2004 - Manchester Hears Of Impending Budget Cuts - Two Held On Drug Counts

03-02-2004 - County To Discuss Western Route At April 1 Meeting - Industrial Waste Spotted In Treatment Plant - Triton Patrons Mull Remonstrance To Halt Proposed Building Project - Defense Attorneys Argue Against Life Without Parole - Lister, Darr Honored At Annual Extension Meeting

03-01-2004 - Campfire Accident Kills Teen - Warsaw Woman’s Condition Upgraded To Fair After Friday Evening Accident - Syracuse Man Reports Armed Robbery In Home - Annual Quiz Bowl Fund-Raiser Set For March 23 - Tigers Win Semistate Thriller, Head To State Championship Game

02-28-2004 - Maintenance Fee Established For Conrad Ditch - Puppeteers Teach About Disabilities, Social Concerns - ‘Hand And Rod’ Puppets Used By Kids On The Block - Warriors Knock Off Top-Ranked Vikings - Carroll Ends Tiger Five-Game Win Streak - Whitko Falls To NorthWood In OT On Senior Night - Area Swimmers Advance To Finals Heats

02-27-2004 - ‘Passion’ Drawing Large Local Crowds - K21 Foundation Changes Status To Private - Huntington Firm Tabbed For Center Street Beautification - Corporal Suspended Without Pay - Young Tigers To Honor Fribley With Monument At New Field - Triton Plans $13.85 Million Building Project

02-26-2004 - Life Sentence Request In Reed Case Called ‘Unconstitutional’ By Defense

02-25-2004 - Commissioners Ask Planners To Look At Vacation Request - Residents Express Concern Over Diesel Fuel Spilled In Winona Lake - 7 Arrested As Part Of Two-Month Investigation By Drug Task Force - Wawasee Upends 4A No. 3 Columbia City

02-24-2004 - Zoners OK 2 Variances - Foundation Looking For Residents Who Have ‘Hearts Of Gold’

02-23-2004 - Local Cyclist To Train In Belgium - County Awarded Funds For Food, Shelter Programs - Toastmasters Fosters Art Of Public Speaking - DNR Plans To Treat Area South Of Lake Wawasee For Gypsy Moths - Tigers Dominate Strong Regional Field, Advance To Semistate - Vikings Fall To Bishop Luers In Regional Final - Wawasee Boys Win Fourth Straight Swimming Sectional Title - Triton Girls End Season In Regional Final - Wrestlers Finish Season At State

02-21-2004 - 3 Injured In Friday Apartment Fire - Candidates Vie For County Offices In May Primary Election - Silver Lake Man Tries To Reunite Stragglers Car Club - Vikings Win Physical Battle Over Trojans - Griggs Scores Career High, Tigers Win Fifth Straight

02-20-2004 - Syracuse Town Council President Appoints Two New BZA Members - Apartment Fire Victims Transported To KCH - Kovach Acting Dean At Ivy Tech - ‘Make A Blanket’ Celebrated Saturday - Teens Arrested After Allegedly Killing Deer With Snowmobile - Woman Says 14-Year-Old Daughter Molested - Freshmen Student Council Sponsoring Food Drive For Combined Community Services

02-19-2004 - Warsaw Man Dies On U.S. 30 - Jacksons Recruited To Drive In Presidential Motorcade

02-18-2004 - City Targets Old Wal-Mart Store As Economic Development Area - City Delays Vote On Sr. Citizen Housing Proposal - 3rd Man Faces Theft Charges; Search Nets Allegedly Stolen Items - Manchester Pushes Back Graduation Because Of Snow Days - Syracuse Establishes Policy For Complaints - Siegel to appoint 2 members to Syracuse BZA - Balanced Scoring, Points In The Paint Push Tigers Past Panthers - Warsaw Gymnasts Pick Up Win On Senior Night

02-17-2004 - Whitko Studies ISTEP Results - Warsaw School Board May Change Policy On Public Questions - Students show what EdCom is all about - Triton Helps Students Understand Money - Local Ceremony Planned To Honor WWII Veterans - WW II Monument On D.C.’s National Mall

02-16-2004 - City Council To Consider Sr. Housing - 39-Year-Old Dies; Meth Suspected - City Gearing Up For Sesquicentennial Celebration In June - Tiger Girls Win Sectional, Set School Record For Wins - Valley Vikings Win Third Straight Sectional Title - Squires Capture Sectional In Overtime Thriller - Carly Feldman, Trojans Slay Dragons For Sectional Title - NorthWood Tops Wawasee Girls In Sectional

02-14-2004 - Webster Community Center To Open Soon - Syracuse Chamber Has New Director - County Auditor Praises FSSA Head Shively

02-13-2004 - Computer Problem Delays Property Tax Distributions - Leesburg Woman Runs To Help Leukemia Patient - DNR Scheduling Meetings To Explain Gypsy Moth Treatments - Trainers Sought For ‘Reality Spanish’ Class - Tippecanoe Valley Boys Win Fifth Straight TRC Title - Moore To Wienhorst Winning Combo For Tigers –ÊAgain

02-12-2004 - Diesel Fuel Leak Closes Winona, Argonne - Candidate Announces Position On I-69 - Warrant Issued For Third Man In Theft Of Construction Tools - Wawasee Offers Alternatives To Suspension/Expulsion - Grill To Speak At Winona Appreciation Dinner

02-11-2004 - Winona To Purchase Flow Meters To Track Sewage Headed To Warsaw - Webster OKs Purchase Of Wastewater Test Kit - 2-1-1 Service Now Available In Kosciusko - County Recycling In Good Shape, Director Says - Everest Recognized For ‘Dedicated Service’ - Vikings Open Sectional With Win Over Host Elmhurst - Squire Girls Win Sectional Opener In Overtime

02-10-2004 - Webster Drug Bust Nets 3 Arrests - Warsaw Woman Reports Rape - Triton Adjusts Building Program - Plan Commission Makes No Recommendation On 19-Unit Senior Citizen Housing Proposal - Bluewater Drive Residents Question Planners Over Replat Of Anchorage Bay Subdivision - Milford Starts Bonding Process For New Wastewater Treatment Plant - Library Offers New Program - Tigers Escape Elkhart Memorial, To Play For Conference Championship

02-09-2004 - Sen. Weatherwax Seeks Re-Election - Two Injured When Pickup Truck Rolls - Claypool Man Reports Armed Robbery - Local Lawmakers Upset Over ‘Remote Vote’ On Kindergarten - Housing Opportunities Seeks Zoning For Senior Housing Units

02-07-2004 - State Honor - Polishing A Smile - Snow Removal Avaliable To Some - Wastewater Utility Meeting Wednesday

02-06-2004 - CVB Commission Questions $165,000 In Reserve Funds - Christner To Run For Clerk - ABC Critical Of 2 Permit Holders - Neighbors concerned about runoff into Lake Wawasee - Significant conservation investment in Dillon Creek area - Tiger Girls Overcome First Quarter, Win Outright NLC Title

02-05-2004 - Anglin Sentenced To Six Years In Reckless Homicide - Parents Sue Transportation Dept. In Daughter’s 2002 Traffic Death - State’s Unemployment Rate At 4.9% In December

02-04-2004 - Zimmer To Partner With Johns Hopkins University - Cattlemen’s Assoc. Hosts Awards Night - Manchester ISTEP Scores Slip In ‘03

02-03-2004 - Big R Buys Former Wal-Mart Building - Works Board Declines To Hear Request For Officer’s Shift Change

02-02-2004 - Public Hearing On Hog Finishing Barn Planned Thursday - Warsaw, Wawasee Boys Swim Well In NLC Meet - Valley Tops Manchester In Parker’s Return - Third-Quarter Run Pushes Tigers To Win, Share Of Conference Title

01-31-2004 - Forbes Ranks Zimmer Among Best Managed Companies - Valley Stays Perfect In TRC Play, Wins Over Manchester - Tiger Boys Lose At NorthWood, NLC Title Up For Grabs - Triton Boys Hoops Team Falls To State-Ranked Jimtown

01-30-2004 - Rep. Souder Part Of Delegation To Iraq - County Crowns Top Spellers - Triton Conducts Second Hearing On $16 Million Expansion Plan

01-29-2004 - Chamber Honors Sideris, Schobert - Triton Officials Weigh In On All-Day Kindergarten - Cardinal Center Receives $18,000 Grant From Pfleiderer Trust Fund

01-28-2004 - 3 Face Drug Counts - Sheriff’s Dept. Reports On Jail Bookings For 2003 - Give Mail Carriers A Break: Clear Path To Your Box - WHA Untangles Red Tape Around Remedies Grant - Teghtmeyer To Seek Re-Election To Council

01-27-2004 - Winter Storm Pushes Seasonal Snowfall Past 100-Year Average - Zoners OK Request To Relocate Hearing Center - Milford Eyes Thieneman To Build Treatment Plant

01-26-2004 - Police Recover More Stolen Goods - Salvation Army To Administer Heating Assistance - Power Out After Truck Hits Pole - Local Chamber Awards Banquet Set Wednesday - County Spellers To Compete - Street Closing In Warsaw - Student Councils Trend More Toward Community Service

01-24-2004 - Sweet Treats - Hey, Hey! Davey Jones Coming To Park - Ladd Seeks Seat On County Council

01-23-2004 - County Police Recover Stolen Property - Internet Business Shut Down By State Atty. Gen. - Public Meetings Scheduled To Discuss Water Rate Case - Kemper eyes surveyor’s job - McSherry seeks clerk’s post - United Way Collects Record $1.44 Million

01-22-2004 - Planners OK 3 Plats For Residential Development - City Selects Logo Designed By 25-Year-Old Warsawan - Souder Says Bush Plan Will Affect Indiana - Tippy Valley Students Enter ‘Future City’ Competition

01-21-2004 - Smith Announces Candidacy For County Treasurer’s Office - Gardening Group Seeks Reduction In Center Lake Pavilion Rental Rates - Manchester Eliminates Elementary Assistant Principal - Council draws fire for lack of BZA appointments - Resident complains about officer’s driving - Committees to make meetings more efficient

01-20-2004 - County Firemen Learn Ice Rescue Techniques - State Rep. Rupple To Seek Re-Election - 300 Attend MLK Tribute - Warsaw School Board Sees Demonstration By Robotics Students

01-19-2004 - Accident Survivor Praises Local EMS - Cowan Likely To Replace Koble On Syracuse Council

01-17-2004 - Ivy Tech Hosts ‘Strategic Vision’ Session - Sadler To Seek Coroner’s Post - Warsaw Boys Top Goshen, Stay Perfect In NLC Play - Tippecanoe Valley Boys Escape With 50-41 Win Over Rochester - Warsaw Girls Fall In Chicagoland Tournament

01-16-2004 - Fire Kills Woman At Tippy Lake - State Starts Taxing Shipping, Services - Sanders Announces Intention To Seek County Council Seat - Syracuse BZA Sorts Out Petition By Syracuse Car Lot Owner - Triton Proposes Building Program - Police Warn About Possible Attempted Abductions - Indiana Leads Nation In Mortgage Foreclosures

01-15-2004 - Commissioners Jackson, Truex To Seek Re-Election - Waste District Re-Elects Jackson As Chairman - Winona Lake Must Review Grant For Senior Center - Tiger Girls End Carroll’s Home Winning Streak

01-14-2004 - Milford, Hobbs Named In Suit - Zoning Exception Paves Way For REMC Project - Silver Lake Won’t Seek Charges Against Man Who Trimmed Trees - Wawasee Accepts Donations For Playground, Athletics - Etna Green Council Reorganizes For 2004 - Webster Asked To Review Utility Rates

01-13-2004 - Commissioners Hear Report On County’s Finances - Daily inmate count averaged 194 in 2003 - DNR Conducting Survey Of Local Recreational Opportunities - Milford Wastewater Bids Above Expectations - Attorney says ordinances in need of revision, update - Robert Tenney Joins Pierceton Town Council - Pierceton Marshal Gives Report On Body Found Behind Truck Stop - Manchester Girls Too Tough For Whitko

01-12-2004 - Adams To Run For County Treasurer

01-10-2004 - ATF Canine Officer Joins WFD - Suspect Leaves Name - Warsaw BOW Receives Streetscape Bids - Oakwood Has 202 Burials - School Board Seats Up For Election In '04 - Braddock Beats Buzzer, Tiger Boys Beat NLC Foe Northridge - Parker-less Valley Picks Up TRC Win Over Northfield

01-09-2004 - All-Natural Producers Control Beef Process From ‘Birth To Plate’ - County Council Rescinds Ordinance Governing CVB - 4th Arrests Linked To Syracuse - WCS Officers Re-Elected For 2004 - ABC OKs 11 Permits

01-08-2004 - County Construction Tops $210 Million In 2003 - Rezoning approved - Syracuse Animal Hospital Robbed - Grace To Build Event Center - State Sen. Swears In Members Of Manchester Town Council - MLK Day Events Scheduled

01-07-2004 - 3rd Man Arrested In Syracuse Armed Robbery - Arrest Alleges Sexual Battery

01-06-2004 - Syracuse Police Arrest Two Teens In Armed Robbery - Petition Against WCS Capital Projects Fund Denied - Patterson Tabbed To Lead City Council During 2004 - Redevelopment Panel OKs TIF Payments - Relay For Life Gears Up For ‘04 Event

01-05-2004 - 16-Year Member Resigns From Syracuse Council - Teen Claims She Was Molested By Stepfather - Icy Roads Keep Police Busy

01-03-2004 - Silver Lake Man Killed In Friday Traffic Accident

01-02-2004 - Syracuse Pizza Hut Target Of Robbers - Vandals Smash Windows Of Cars - Hunter Promoted To Captain At WPD

12-31-2003 - A Look Back At 2003 - Commissioners Table Request To Vacate Right Of Way - Zimmer CEO Elliott Named To Scholars Board - KCH Negotiating Purchase Of Bowen Inpatient Building - Warsaw Overcomes Injuries To Advance To NLC Tournament Championship Game - High School Roundup

12-30-2003 - State Attorney General Files Suit Against Warsaw Woman

12-29-2003 - Local Water Company Proposes Rate Hikes - 350 Syracuse Residents Without Power Sunday - Adams Decides Not To Run For State Senate In 2004 - Warsaw Boys Advance With Narrow Win Over Rival Wawasee - Tiger Girls Advance In NLC Tournament With Dominating Win At Wawasee

12-27-2003 - Wings All Aflutter - Fast Cab Offers Free Rides - Tigers Cash In On Charity Tosses, Win Hall Of Fame Classic

12-26-2003 - Shimmering Sunrise

12-24-2003 - Winona Takes Property Bids Under Advisement

12-23-2003 - Fatal Crash On U.S. 30 - Molesting Charged As Class A Felony

12-22-2003 - City Plans Celebration To Mark 150th Year - Parker Makes History In Viking Win - Warsaw Girls Use Quick Start To Finish Off Rival Wawasee - Warsaw Wrestlers Fall - Warriors Boys Dominate Invitational

12-20-2003 - Photo by Gary Nieter, Times-Union - Youth Center Floor To Be Resurfaced - Jackson Free Throw Leads To Valley Win Over Whitko - Wienhorst, Braddock Lead Tigers To Comeback Win Over Rival Wawasee

12-19-2003 - Plugging The Local Brain Drain - Maconaquah Forfeits Game At Manchester - Whitko Students Raise Christmas Funds, Spirits

12-18-2003 - Biomet Acquiring Merck Joint Venture - Grace Gets Grant To Partner With Local Orthopedics - Manchester Town Council To See 3 New Members - Guilty Plea Entered In CCS Theft Case - Manchester Meningitis Cases No Outbreak, Health Officials Say

12-17-2003 - First Responders Get $178,000 Anti-Terror Grant - Manchester Adminstrators Discuss Loss Of Student - Town employees’ ‘out-of-pocket’ rises - Parking ordinance dies for lack of motion - Firearms regulations voted down by council - Waste District Collects 7,803 Pairs Of Shoes - Couple Seek To Dissolve Civil Union - Wienhorst Wins 400th, Tigers Manhandle Columbia City - Triton Boys Pick Up 72-62 Win Over CMA - Peru Boys, Tippecanoe Valley Grad Top Vikings

12-16-2003 - Warsaw’s ISTEP Scores Improve - Pierceton Marshal Offers Safe Kids Plan To Whitko - City OKs Rezoning, 2 Vacations - Triton Works On Retirement Plan

12-15-2003 - Keirn Is ‘Fireman Of The Year’ At Winona - Holiday Pops Concert Sunday At Winona - Webster Man Suffers Burns - Leininger Hits Scoring Milestone, Tiger Girls Win Fifth Straight - Warsaw Boys Fall To Hot-Handed Penn - Lash Leads Vikings To 65-51 Win Over Glenn - High School Roundup

12-13-2003 - Nature’s Handiwork - Tiger Boys Cagers Sting Gary Wallace Hornets - Warrior Girls Pick Up NLC Win - Triton Girls Lose NSC Battle At Bremen

12-12-2003 - Last-Minute Recusal Delays Anglin Sentencing - Meningitis Claims Third Teen Since Last May - Inventory Tax Eliminated - K-CODE Fund Request Tabled - Funds OK’d For CVB

12-11-2003 - Webster Looks At New Rates For Sewers - Gifts From The Heart Are Perfect For Christmas - Viking Girls Win Ugly Battle Of State-Ranked Teams - Warsaw Boys, Girls Swimmers Remain Undefeated

12-10-2003 - Wawasee Supt. Shows Features Of State’s Education Web Site - Winona To Remove Stop Signs On Kings Highway - Zoners Continue Wawasee Airport’s Sell-Off - Well-Rounded Effort Leads To Viking Win

12-09-2003 - County Runs Out Of Flu Vaccine - Charges Likely In Alleged Assault With Hammer - Milford OKs Installation Of New Well - Town studying two retirement plans - IPFW Moves To Marketplace - Fed Jury Convicts Duncan In Leesburg Bank Job - Planners Consider Ind. 15 Rezoning

12-08-2003 - Manchester Teen Suffering From Bacterial Meningitis - Planners To Hear Request To Operate Taxi Service - Grant Enables Purchase Of 2 New ‘Speedboards’ - Leininger, Tiger Girls Hoops Team Continues To Roll - Tiger Boys Hold Off Scrappy Colonials - Top-Ranked Viking Girls Ground Oak Hill Eagles

12-06-2003 - City To Buy Garbage Truck, Street Sweeper - Noted Winona Artist May Burn His Work - Tigers Cash In On Charity Shots, Upend South Side Archers - Manchester Boys Fall To Bishop Dwenger - Vikings Pick Up 10-Point Win Over Knox - Triton Falls To NorthWood In Overtime Thriller - Canen, Wolf Lead Wawasee Girls To 58-39 Win

12-05-2003 - Housing Opportunities Of Warsaw Proposes Rolling Hills Development - Marines Collect ‘Toys For Tots’ Again This Year - 9-Year-Old Girl In Syracuse Cuts CD To Help Food Banks - Marsh Seeks Permit For Alcohol In Syracuse - Viking Girls Defend 3A No. 1 Ranking With Win At Plymouth

12-04-2003 - Local Ceremony Commemorates Pearl Harbor - Gingerbread Extravaganza At Old Jail - Planners OK Two Rezonings - Manchester Salaries Approved - Milford Man Found Not Guilty In Bomb Threat Case - Tiger Girls Too Much For Northrop, Win Third Straight

12-03-2003 - Grant Sought To Upgrade Communications - Petitioner, remonstrators reach compromise - Neva’s Place Offers Home-Cooking And A New Atmosphere - Driver Gets 11 Years In Fatal Crash - Festival Of Trees Fund-Raiser Opens Today At Town Center - Big 3-Pointers Lead Plymouth Over Triton

12-02-2003 - Redevelopment Panel Hears Report On TIF Revenue - Triton OKs Salary Increases - Nappanee Receives Main Street Award - You Can Support The Troops This Christmas - High School Bowling Teams Begin Season

12-01-2003 - Grace Hosts Annual Holiday Event - Housing Opportunites Seeks Approval For Planned Development - Home For The Holidays - Leesburg Robbery Suspect On Trial In Lafayette Court - Valley Wins Third Straight Thanksgiving Classic - Fourth-Ranked Eagles Escape Claws Of Tiger Upset Bid - High School Roundup

11-29-2003 - CVB Threatens Legal Action Against County Council - Tigers Top SB Clay 66-41 - Experienced East Noble Too Much For Young Warrior Girls - Hot-Handed Tigers Thrash Gary Wirt - Valley Opens Season With 53-50 Overtime Win - Whitko Falls To No. 4 Columbia City

11-28-2003 - Hoops Games At Grace To Benefit Cancer Care

11-26-2003 - 2 Named To Serve On CVB - Winona Vacates Five Alleys - WINONA LAKE – Several public alleys were vacated by the Winona Lake Town Council Tuesday when the board approved Ordinance 2003-11-2. - Number Portability Coming To Warsaw In May - Foundation Celebrates Anniversary

11-25-2003 - Mentone Pillbox Robbery Thwarted - Plans For Accessory Structure Approved - New Salvation Army Leader Speaks Highly Of Community’s Spirit - Auxiliary Sponsors ‘United We Stand’ Patch - Zimmer Holdings To Acquire Implex Corp.

11-24-2003 - Teacher Remembered With Scholarship - Zoners To Hear Request For Barn - Tickets Now On Sale For Manchester Home Tour - Tiger Girls Respond With Win Over Crown Point - Warsaw Wrestlers Open Season - Quick Start Pushes Triton Girls To Win Over South Central

11-22-2003 - Fatal Accident - REMC Arranges For Free Potato Giveaway - Warsaw Board Of Works Considers Equipment Purchase - Ruppel Voices Opposition To Property Tax Relief Bill - Golden Flow - No. 8 (3A) Valley Vikings Shock No. 1 (4A) Warsaw Girls

11-21-2003 - Warsaw Plays Host To Area Mayors - Alleged Theft Of Anhydrous Ammonia Brings Two Arrests - ‘Dinner With Churchill’ Gives Insights Into Leader’s Life

11-20-2003 - FBI Searches Home Near Warsaw - Van Dyke Sentenced For Violating Water Act - County Has Potential For $1.5 Million In Grants For Jobs, Emergency Management

11-19-2003 - Change In Law Leads To Dismissal Of Charges In Fatal DWI Case - Park Pharmacies Sold; To Close In December - Feed Lot Plan Near Wawasee, Draws Fire From Neighbors - Students Raise Funds For Area Food Banks - Syracuse Approves Budgets For 2004

11-18-2003 - WCHS Construction Could Begin In Spring - Patrons quiz board, superintendent on issues of school redistricting - Warsaw Downtown Streetscape Project To Start In March - Whitko Students Report Activities To Board Members - Former City Councilman Receives Sagamore Of The Wabash Honor - Driver’s Blood Alcohol Content .54 Percent - Noble County Hog Farm Proposal Tonight

11-17-2003 - North Webster Library Looks To New Quarters; Considering Conversion To Public Status

11-15-2003 - Employment Program Changes Lives Of Cardinal Center Clients - Whitley Couple Accept $75,000 For Winona Property - Fick Fills Void For Wawasee, Warrior Girls Open With Win

11-14-2003 - House Fire - Education Summit Focuses On Progress, Challenges - County Takes Care Of Business - Community Book Read Kicked Off At Summit - Grace Village Opens New 26-Unit Addition - Waste District Collects 33 Tons - Valley Vikings Win Season Opener

11-13-2003 - Garage Burns - Stolen Items Recovered At North Webster; Some Still Unclaimed - Gubernatorial Hopeful Harris Stumps In Warsaw

11-12-2003 - Biomet Breaking New Ground - Middle School Bands, Choirs Mark 50th Veterans Day - Wawasee Principals Report On Their Schools’ Programs - Winona Honors Mikesell, Snow

11-11-2003 - Tippecanoe Lake Man Receives Bronze Star - History Project A Call For Americans To Honor Veterans - Enchanted Hills Variances Put On Hold - Milford Officers Get New Guns - Hepler Inducted To Hall Of Fame

11-10-2003 - Solid Waste District To Collect Shoes - R.R. Donnelley & Sons, Moore Wallace Merge - Anglin Arrested On Alcohol Charges - Veterans Day Program Set For Tuesday

11-08-2003 - Remembering Pearl Harbor - New Officer Added To Warsaw PD - Whitko Falls To Norwell In Sectional Final Game

11-07-2003 - Construction Company Reports $356,000 In Missing Funds - Stop Signs Added In Warsaw - Cemetery Board Allows Too-Tall Monument - Sprint To Close Plymouth Office - Van Dyke Sentencing Postponed To Nov. 18 - Lakeview Liquors’ Dealer Permit Postponed

11-06-2003 - Local Clergy Weigh In On Gay Bishop Issue - Help Available For Upcoming Heating Bills - Stolen Property Recovered - Public hearing held on Packerton landfill’s expansion permit - Rezoning request denied for property near North Webster - Ground Game Lifts Wildcats To Next Level

11-05-2003 - Warsaw Re-Elects Wiggins - Five Democrats Win Seats In Various Town Elections - Officials Smooth Out A Few Election Snags - Manchester Hears Proposal To Reinstate Male Cheerleaders - United Way Campaign At 51 Percent Of Goal

11-04-2003 - Bridge Bids Less Than Estimated - Triton Teachers See Reading Grant Results - City To Advertise Lease For Gatke Property - Pearl Harbor Vet To Share Experiences

11-03-2003 - Local Medical Firm Nuell Sues 2 Former Employees - Pharma-Card Pharmacy Robbed - Grant To Library Allows Digital Microfilm Scanning - Warsaw Falls To Snider In Regional

11-01-2003 - Northern Lights - U.S. Marine Band Will Perform In Warsaw Nov. 9 - Impressive Comeback Falls Just Short For Wawasee Warriors - SB St. Joe Ends Valley’s Season - Triton Falls Short Against Southwood - Waterson Touchdown Leads To Wildcat Win

10-31-2003 - Funds Cut In Child Care Voucher Program - Gubernatorial Hopeful Eric Miller Visits Warsaw

10-31-2003 - Leesburg Robbery Suspect Pleads Guilty To Charge Of Attempted Manslaughter - Harrison Principal, Teachers Take Steps To Get In Shape - Winona Hears Update On CR 250E Project

10-29-2003 - Elkhart Man Critical After Vehicle Hits Porch, Flips - Challenger claims current administration has failed - Incumbent touts city’s resilience depite downturn in economy - Palestine Man Gets U.S. Patent For Innovative Shower Seat - Toys For Tots Set Nov. 9

10-28-2003 - Sheriff’s Dept. Announces Hirings, Promotion - Milford Man Injured In Roadside Attack - Zoners OK Sign Request, Table Construction Petition

10-27-2003 - Seatbelts Save Victim Of Attempted Suicide - Warsaw BZA To Hear Requests For Two Variances Requests - Fire At Manchester College Ruled Arson, Officials Say - Most County Tax Rates Finalized - Tiger Girls Fall In Semistate Final - Warsaw Triumphs At Carroll Volleyball Sectional - Wawasee Individuals Advance To State, Warsaw Team Finishes 16th - Wawasee Falls To Northridge In Sectional Final

10-25-2003 - Times-Union Publisher Dies At 65 - Ex-Kosciusko Resident Subject Of New Book - Old Jail Museum Gets Haunted For Halloween - Warsaw Grad Receives Bronze Star For Valor - Whitko Overcomes Concordia - Wawasee Squashes Hornets In Sectional Opener - Tiger Comeback Falls Short, Season Ends At Huntington North - Woodlan Edges Manchester 7-6 - Triton Wins Sectional Opener - Vikings Move To Sectional Semifinal

10-24-2003 - Warsaw Is State Chamber’s Top Town - Halloween Safety

10-23-2003 - Biomet Partners With Doctors Of Conjoined Twins - Baker Youth Clubs Names Furnivall As Director - Anglin Pleads Guilty In Crash That Killed North Webster Teen - Ivy Tech Reports Increased Enrollment - Pike Lake Pointe Celebrates Grand Opening Tuesday

10-22-2003 - County Hashes Out Highway Matters - Tax bills delayed again - Leesburg Robbery Suspect’s Trial Delayed By Judge - Donnelley Suit Against Texas Firm Falls Short - Towns Schedule Halloween Events - Manchester Teachers OK Contract - Syracuse Delays Decision On Engineering Services - Town may update firearms ordinance - Donation will fund spay, neuter program - Warsaw Falls In Regional

10-21-2003 - City Says No To REMC Request - Middle School Improves Math Classes - Triton Principal Quits - Whitko Foresees Lean Budget Years - Patron Seeks Changes In Handbook - Diploma Awarded 60 Years Later - Cops make unexpected drug arrest - Molesting sentence handed down - Marine band

10-20-2003 - Four Hurt In Sunday Accident - Trial Tuesday In South Bend For Leesburg Robbery Suspect - Starr In Winona - Warsaw Girls Win Third Straight Sectional Title - Warsaw Boys Wins Second Argos Soccer Sectional Title - Tiger Boys Cross Country Team Gets A Taste Of Regional Success

10-18-2003 - Operation Welcome Home

10-17-2003 - ‘Ghost Trackers’ Say Kosciusko County Is Prime Territory

10-16-2003 - DNR Honors Sen. Wheeler For Work On Environmental Panel - Community Center In Syracuse Sees Brisk Usage Numbers - Pierceton Looks To Improve Wastewater Plant - Warsaw Boys Pound Oregon-Davis In First Round Of Sectional - Tiger Girls Soccer Team Sinks Lakeland Lakers

10-15-2003 - ‘Concerned Citizens’ Attend WCS’ Budget Hearing - Zoning Board Continues 3 Requests For Variances - Webster Mobile Home Park Has Number Of Violations - Warsaw Woman Arrested In Internet Fraud Case - Winona Resident Upset By Garage Sale Fine - Wawasee Discusses Possibility Of Revoking Drivers Licenses Of Expelled Students - Plans Finalized To Welcome Home National Guard Unit - Stichter Wins Third Straight Cross Country Sectional Title - Triton Tops Wawasee In Four Games - Westview Knocks Wawasee Girls Soccer Team Out Of Bethany Christian Sectional

10-14-2003 - County Dump Truck Collides With Pickup - Dalton Parent Completes Restructuring - Wood A Common Theme In ‘Open Studio’ On PBS - Tippy Valley Takes Care Of Business - n High school renovations to cost nearly $12 million

10-13-2003 - Well Driller Installs Working Windmill - Teen Held After Riverwood Ranch Incident - 9-Year-Old Fair After Being Struck By Car

10-11-2003 - Rows Of Harvest - WCHS Student Accepted To U.S. Marine Band - Pride Of Mid-America To Perform In Warsaw

10-10-2003 - County Council Approves Abatement For G.I. Printed Tape - Webster Studies Zoning Exception For Olson’s Business - Village At Winona Schedules Fall Festival On October 18 - Restaurants Take Part In Campaign To Help United Way

10-09-2003 - Suit filed to halt closing of three elementaries - Petition filed against capital projects fund - Kosciusko County REMC ‘Rounds Up’ Funds For Charities - Brothers Arrested In Connection With Pride Station Armed Robbery - Truck Driver Faces Charges In Fatal Crash

10-08-2003 - Davidson Apologizes, Gets 55 Years For Murder - Camp Good News Completes 2nd Season Under New Leadership - Zimmer Announces New Global Executive Team

10-07-2003 - Triton Patrons Complain About Principal’s Behavior - REMC To Build New Headquarters - Milford Considers Building Pavilion At Waubee Lake - Warsaw Man Faces Drug-Related Charges - Car Hits Pole; 3,800 Left Without Electricity

10-06-2003 - Davidson Murder Sentencing Tuesday - Warsaw HS Freshman Takes State Golf Title - Auditor: 2003 Property Tax Rates Still Unknown

10-04-2003 - Petro’s GM To Host Wheels To Work Festival - ‘Operation Welcome Home’ Honors Troops Oct. 18

10-03-2003 - County Alcohol Board Denies Speedway Permit Request - Robbery Suspects Still At Large - Metzger, Call Named To GOP Hall Of Fame

10-01-2003 - Crash On Ind. 15 Kills Warsaw Teen - Grace Renovates Former Sofamor Danek Building

09-30-2003 - Armed Robber Hits Pride Station At South End Of Lake Wawasee - Zimmer Chooses Switzerland As Site Of European Office - Zoning Board OKs Three Variances

09-29-2003 - Legion Dedicates Receptacle For Retired Flags - Search Warrant Yields $100,000 In Illegal Drugs, Police Say - Polk Equipment Fire Damage At $700,000

09-27-2003 - Same Wind, Different Game Plan - CCS, HOW Receive State HOME Funds - Tiger Defense Shines Under Dark Skies In Goshen

09-26-2003 - Weather Patterns Giving Few Clues To Winter’s Severity - Manchester Students Arrested At Party; 15 Facing Charges - Wilson-Deaton School Turns New Page In Long History

09-25-2003 - KDI Hears Report On NIPSCO Incentives - Claypool Resident Initiates ‘Good Neighbor Fund’ - Voter Registration Deadline Oct. 6

09-24-2003 - Commissioners OK A Wider Lilly Road - Lakeview Teacher Chases New Career As An Astronaut - Firearms Charge Dropped In Davidson Case - County Gives Nod To 3 Vacations, 1 Rezoning - KCH Board Contributes $10,000 To Cancer Fund

09-23-2003 - Zimmer Announces Final Results Of Centerpulse Offer - Winona Asked To Stop Painting Curbs Yellow - A Piece Of Winona Lake History Discovered 75 Years Later

09-22-2003 - Living History

09-20-2003 - Warsaw Board Of Works OKs Management Service Costs - Concert Saturday To Benefit BABE - Dessert The Old-Fashioned Way - MIDDLEBURY – His team flat to start the game, Warsaw coach Phil Jensen's halftime speech must have pumped up the Tigers.

09-19-2003 - Syracuse Zoners Approve Requests With Conditions - Woman Tells Police She May Have Been Raped - Man ‘Critical’ After Car Hits Mower - Frank Federico Honored As Fireman Of The Year - Farm Commodity Prices Remain Fairly Stable - Local Red Cross Director Says National Fund Empty

09-18-2003 - Anglin Convicted Of Child Molesting - Creative Fencing

09-17-2003 - Children Testify In Anglin Trial - Syracuse Council Studies Drainage Problems - Warsaw Parks Dept. May Add Campground Phone Lines - Warsaw Boys Blank Wawasee In NLC Action

09-16-2003 - WCS Board Closes 3 Schools - Whitko Hires New School Nurse - Child Molest Trial Begins Today - City To Support World War II Memorial In Washington, D.C.

09-15-2003 - Milford Adopts $1M Budget - Two In Intensive Care After Weekend Accidents

09-13-2003 - CCQE Hints Legal Action To Keep Schools Open - Superintendent addresses concerns of citizens group - Enthusiastic Response Lands MasterWorks Fest Permanently In Winona - Independent Filmmakers Looking At Warsaw

09-12-2003 - County To Accept Grant For New Cops - Resolution increases operating balance - Homes On Parade Opens At Shadow Lakes

09-11-2003 - School Officials, Citizens Discuss School Closing, Redistricting Plan - Mentone Welcomes Moving Wall - Woman At Odds With CCS Over Donations

09-10-2003 - Jury Finds Davidson Guilty - 11-Year-Old Dies When Hit By Car - DePuy Dedicates Research Center - Two County Road Projects Declared Emergencies - Wawasee School Board Accepts Donations Of More Than $40,000 - BZA Approves 18 Of 22 Petitions

09-09-2003 - More Experts Testify In Davidson Trial - Milford Resident Skeptical Of North Park Subdivision - Finnegan Gets 4 Years In Plea Agreement On DUI Causing Death Case - Boal To Join Winona Lake Council

09-08-2003 - Cycle Crash - K21 Foundation Donates To Syracuse Community Center

09-06-2003 - Experts Testify On Davidson’s State Of Mind During Trial - Mother Of Five Survives Invasive Breast Cancer - Frush Home On Historic Homes Tour - Owen’s Completes Remodeling - Winona Lake New MasterWorks Home

09-05-2003 - Davidson Changes Plea To ‘Not Guilty’ - Webster Proposes ’04 Budget - Alcohol Board Approves Several Permits

09-04-2003 - Defendant’s Ex-Wife Testifies In Murder Trial - Milford Subdivision Plat Approved By Planners - City, Town Elections Scheduled For Nov. 4

09-03-2003 - Opening Arguments In Davidson Trial - Warsaw Passes Ordinances For 2004 Budget - Budgets Trimmed By $1.1 Million - Syracuse Approves $3.2 Million Budget - Manchester Alters Drug-Test Policy - Ivy Tech’s Warsaw CNA Program Approved

09-02-2003 - Jury Selection Under Way In Davidson Trial - Monument Commemorates Lincoln Highway - Boy Scouts Helped Place Original Highway Markers - United Way Recognizes 2003 Pacesetters

08-30-2003 - Friend or Foe? - Historical Society Receives Grant

08-29-2003 - Property Tax Rates Coming Around Sept. 15 - Local appraisers fielding many calls - Zimmer Announces Preliminary Centerpulse Results - Civil Suit Filed In Fatal Accident - KDI Hears Report On Venture Capital Group - Grace Investments Named In Lawsuit

08-28-2003 - Warsaw Council Mulls Over Salary, Benefit Issues - Downtown Merchants Spruce Up Facades - Suit Seeks Damages Following Custody Order - Valley Vikings Improve To 5-2 With Win Over John Glenn

08-27-2003 - Winona OKs $2M Budget - County Commissioners Approve 2 Rezonings - WHA Recognizes Latest FSS Program Graduate - Wawasee Holds Budget Hearing - Zimmer Provides Update On Centerpulse Acquisition

08-26-2003 - Turkey Trot - Sheriff Makes Case For More Officers - Zoners Approve Union Tool Variance - Teens Face Charges In Tire Slashings - Warrant Issued For Driver Involved In Fatal Crash At Traffic Signal On U.S. 30 - Teen Enters Not Guilty Plea - Wastewater Plant Operator Pleads Guilty

08-25-2003 - Tax officials, assessors explain details, effects of new process - Fireworks Postponed By Storm Scheduled For Saturday - Warsaw Police Investigate Reports Of Gunfire Saturday - Warsaw Schools Business Mgr. Releases Amounts Saved By Closing Three Elementaries - Warsaw Zoners Meet Tonight

08-23-2003 - DePuy To Dedicate R&D Facilities - Souder, Goodlatte Discuss Trade, Agriculture, Economy - Fort Wayne Man Arrested For Robbing Webster Bar - Warsaw Approves Greenway Change Order - Wabash Man Reports Seeing Cougar - Tigers Open Season With Win Over Columbia City - Wawasee Starts Season With 34-6 Win Over Whitko - New-Look Trojans Shutout 47-0 - Manchester Falls At Mississinewa In Opener

08-23-2003 - DePuy To Dedicate R&D Facilities - Souder, Goodlatte Discuss Trade, Agriculture, Economy - Fort Wayne Man Arrested For Robbing Webster Bar - Warsaw Approves Greenway Change Order - Wabash Man Reports Seeing Cougar - Tigers Open Season With Win Over Columbia City - Wawasee Starts Season With 34-6 Win Over Whitko - New-Look Trojans Shutout 47-0 - Manchester Falls At Mississinewa In Opener

08-22-2003 - Local Sewage Plant Discharged Pollutants, Witness Testifies - Syracuse Defines ‘Living Space’; Approves Petition For Exception - Schrock petition denied again - Zimmer OKs Stock For Centerpulse

08-21-2003 - Cougar Reports Continue To Surface; No Confirmation - Zimmer OKs Stock For Centerpulse

08-20-2003 - Fallen Marine’s Number To Be Retired At Warsaw - Manchester Sees Increase In Student Enrollment - Milford Candidates Selected - Syracuse OKs Increase In Waterworks Rates - Tiger Girls Golfers Shoot Season-Best Score, Down Whitko

08-19-2003 - Patrons Express Displeasure With School Board - New Tests To Give Teachers Faster Results At Whitko - Saemann Foundation Makes Numerous Grants - Triton Offers Kinder First Day - Former Treatment Plant Operator On Trial - Drug Team Arrests 11

08-18-2003 - E. Coli Shuts Pike Beach

08-16-2003 - WCS facing tough choices on small schools - Demographic studies show declining enrollments after 2008 - Remonstrators ponder the next step to take - Vandals Hit Warrior Field - Gas Leak

08-15-2003 - ALC Moves To Larger Building - Purdue Extension Educator Seeks Funds From County

08-14-2003 - ‘Cougar’ Sightings Likely Just Rumors, DNR Officials Say - Street Improvement Projects Scheduled At North Webster - Marching Band Prepares for Upcoming Season

08-13-2003 - DePuy Announces Addition Of Research Center - Judges Make Case For Two New Positions - County budget: $15.1 million so far - Winona ‘Saddened’ By Lions Club Lawsuit - Lions Club sues to keep Scout Cabin property - Changes OK’d In Eli Lilly Road Relocation Project

08-12-2003 - County Looks At Lean Budget, Token Raises - Robber Targets Webster Bar - Meningitis Cited In Death Of Manchester Teenager - High Court Rule Affects Local Library - Jefferson Test Scores Rising, But Still Need Improvement, State Says - Dalton Parent Company Files Prepackaged Bankruptcy Plan - Incumbents Fall In Webster

08-11-2003 - End Of The Rainbow - Christmas In July

08-09-2003 - Jones & Henry Employee Named To Head Treatment Plant

08-08-2003 - Arrest Yields 30 Lbs. Of ‘Pot’ - Toeing The Line - ABC OKs Permit For Japanese Restaurant - Candidates File For Town Offices - Teenager Turns Grades, Life Around - BMX Riders Holding Benefit Race For Local 3-Year-Old

08-07-2003 - McIntosh Outlines Plan To Boost State’s Economy - Trail Riding - Planners Approves Petition To Rezone Pierceton Property - Manchester Council Approves Software, Vests For Police - Thrift Store Founder Foresees Upswing In Need For Assistance

08-06-2003 - Lake Activities - Zimmer Has Top Offer For Centerpulse - Valley Budget Approved - Wawasee Works On 2004 Budget - Vancouver Cops Arrest Suspect In Milford Scam - Grace College To Establish Academy Of Fine Arts

08-05-2003 - School Registration Just Around The Corner - Foggy Fishing - Burglar Hits Homes In Warsaw - Webster Council Responds To Report About Former Marshal’s Resignation - City OKs Funding For Portion Of Greenway - Triton Approves Budget Numbers For 2004

08-04-2003 - Claypool Fire Dept. Gets Federal Grant - 18 Warsaw Residents Report Vandalism

08-02-2003 - Area Candidates Vie For Council, Clerk Seats - City, town officials filings - Light Show

08-01-2003 - Early Morning Accident

07-31-2003 - On The Prowl - Remonstrance Petitions Filed; WCS May Change Proposal - Anglin To Be Tried As Adult

07-30-2003 - Bounding Through The Beans - Commissioners Consider Alarm Ordinance - Police Warn Of Possible New Scam - Woman Walks Through Warsaw On Cross-Country Journey

07-29-2003 - Setup For A Great Day - Key Bank, HOW To Join For Fund-Raiser, Work Day - Warsaw BZA Denies Sign Request

07-28-2003 - Two Arrested In Pierceton Meth Lab Bust - Indiana Guardsmen Awarded 1st Combat Infantry Badge

07-26-2003 - Shave And A Haircut – High Bid - Grand Champion Beef Steer - Miller Brings Campaign To County Fair

07-25-2003 - Merry Christmas? - Horseshoe Pitchers Stake Out Points In Thursday Tournament - Our Ladies - Band Benefit

07-24-2003 - Away In A Manger - 4-H Livestock Auction Runs New Schedule Friday - Fancil Wins Age Of Excellence Award - Miss, Mr., Top Jr. Talent Named - Darryl Worley At Central Park Friday - ‘South Pacific’ Makes A Beautiful Destination - Area Bluegrass Group Rural Route Opens Up For Worley - Rock Band Soul Fyre Tries To Heat Up Its Music Career - Strieby Headed To X-Games, Gerber Wows Fair Crowd

07-23-2003 - 4-H Horse, Pony Club Is Year-Round Activity - Winona Lake Hires New Deputy Police Marshal - Zimmer Adjourns Special Shareholder Meeting - Driver Trapped - Toddler, Preschool Miss, Mr. Kosciusko Chosen At Fair

07-22-2003 - Whitko School Board Fires Popular Nurse - Barbershop Battle - Syracuse Council Plans 2004 Budget - City Sign Flap Continues - WCS Construction On Schedule - Activity Tent Hosts Pageants, Talent Show - Whitko Makes Changes In Athletic Office - Local Men Show Purdue Pride By Designing T-Shirt

07-21-2003 - County Fair Events Get Under Way - 4-H Dog Show puts owners, pets through paces - Saturday Morning Accident Injures 5 - Pierceton Fire

07-19-2003 - Pen Pals - Sharpe’s Work Portraits Of Emotions - Country Concert Features Worley - Semi Driver, Involved In Fatality, Found In Ohio - Hagg Announces Retirement, Consultant Status

07-18-2003 - Arthur’s Fresh Market A Step Closer To Opening In Syracuse - Roofing Company Reports Another Bogus Check - 4-H Fair Offers Demonstrations Of ‘Family Arts’ - 2003 Fair Gears Up Under Trump’s Leadership - Warsaw Player, Manager Headed To All-Star Football Game - Pro Soccer Player Beasley Makes Stop At Soccer Camp

07-17-2003 - Motorcyclist Killed After Hitting Semi - NW Council: Community Center Renovation Will Start Aug. 5 - Solid Waste Board Considers Rebidding Services - Claypool Man To Ride In Harley Parade

07-16-2003 - Syracuse Water Customers To Get 25% Rate Hike - 4-H Judging - Police Bust Winona Lake Man For Selling Cocaine - Commissioners Consider Fee For False Alarms - WCPL Funding Still Not Up To Last Year’s Level - Mafera Resigns Community Center Director Post - Big Brothers, Sisters To Hold Fund-Raiser Aug. 12-14

07-15-2003 - Pierceton Hears Report On Expansion At Wastewater Plant - CCS Gets Big Donation From Local FOP - Tippy Valley Board Reorganizes - Whitko Valley Board Reorganizes - Truck Pullers Return To County This Weekend - Man Dies After Fall From Tree

07-14-2003 - County Included In Federal Disaster Declaration - Syracuse Teen Dies In Mo-Ped Accident - North Manchester Says Goodbye To Chief Linda Learned - Beyer Trail Officially Opened With Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony - Woman Reports Attempted Rape

07-12-2003 - Fair Queen

07-11-2003 - Group Seeks To Halt WCS Building Plans - County Rethinks Hiring Of Two Patrolmen

07-10-2003 - County Wrestles With Unpredictable Funding - Police Chief Dies - Second Victim In Mentone Fire Dies From Burns - Bambi’s Roofing Employee Sentenced In Embezzling - Playing In The Dirt: Warsaw Teenager Follows In Father’s Tracks

07-09-2003 - County Looks At Options For Western Route - Winona Lake Storm, Damage Discussed At Council Meeting - ‘Blues And BBQs’ Festival Planned At Central Park - Winona Lake Schedules MasterWorks Performances - Wawasee Approves Teacher Retirements

07-08-2003 - Woman Reports Rape At Hawg Waller - Mentone Council Probes Residency Issue - Suit Filed Over Verizon Tower

07-07-2003 - Wild Weather Whacks Winona - Four People Injured In Akron Fireworks Accident

07-05-2003 - City Corrects Road Oversight - ABC Approves Transfer Of Ownership - Golf Outing To Raise Funds For Baker Youth Clubs - Carefree Fishing

07-03-2003 - Manchester Seeks New Town Marshal - Fair Parade Set July 20 - Planners OK Marsh’s Request For Syracuse Zoning

07-02-2003 - Workers Complete Beyer Farm Leg Of Lake City Greenway - Beyer Trail Shows Contributions Made By Immigrant - Bourbon Marks 150 Years In August - Grocer Seeks Zoning In Syracuse - County Car Dealer Faces Tax Charges

07-01-2003 - Bright-Eyed - Spate Of New Laws Take Effect Today - County Gets Estimates On Landfill Mowing Costs - Local Man’s Love Of Flags Translates Into Education - Webster Fireworks Saturday

06-30-2003 - Crash Kills Two County Teens - Mentone Fire Set By Victims, Police Say - Lakeland Band Provides Forum For Local Musicians - July 4 Holiday Fireworks On Tap

06-28-2003 - Get Ready For ‘Weekend’ Changes - MasterWorks Orchestra - State Puts Temporary Freeze On Child Care Vouchers - 12 Vie For 2003 4-H Royalty

06-27-2003 - Town Marshal Hobbs Honored By Legion, Sheriff’s Department - Ridinger Lake Man Faces ‘Meth’ Charges - Etna Green Plans July 4 Celebration - County Drug Program Touted As One Of State’s Best

06-26-2003 - Walgreens Site Plan Approved - Arson Suspected In Mentone Fire - Akron Plans July 4 Celebration - Young Tigers Name Field After Fallen Marine

06-25-2003 - Mentone Fire Kills 1 - Crash Kills Two Warsaw Residents - Syracuse Water Rates May Be On The Rise - Toxicology Report On Driver Shows Drugs, Alcohol - Brunos Open ‘Old Oak’ Mini-Golf In North Webster

06-24-2003 - Excavating Crew Causes Manchester Gas Leak - 2 Warsaw Women Killed In Wisconsin Traffic Accident - Kennedy To Be New WHA Director - Milford Council Continues 2004 Budget Process - BZA OKs Warsaw’s Lake Village To Get A Face-Lift

06-23-2003 - Andrew Says GOP ‘Lost Its Way’ - Countywide Fun-Filled Weekend - North Webster, Silver Lake, Warsaw host festivities - Wawasee Grabs Fourth Place At State - Bickel, Back Nine Key For Warrior Boys - Home Is Where The Horsepower Is For ML Motorsports: Local Race Team To Host Open House, Charity Drive - Darnell Archey Speaks To Tiger Campers

06-19-2003 - High Style - Nifong, Wilcox Are Top 2003 Triton Scholars - Accident Victim Dies Of Injuries - Solid Waste District Drug Collection A Success - Area Kids Celebrate ‘Wild, Wild West’ In Mermaid Festival Parade - 14th Milford Fest Will Be June 28

06-18-2003 - Mentone Man Critical After Chase, Wreck - Commissioners Deny One Rezoning Petition, Grant Another - Nonprofits ask county for increased contributions - 3 Arrested On Drug Charges - Manchester Teacher Reinstated - Syracuse Council Hears Plan For Water Upgrade - KCH To Become Syracuse EMS Affiliate - City Of Lakes Festival To Start Friday In Warsaw - Parade will take place Saturday

06-17-2003 - Three Injured In U.S. 30 Accident - Teens Face Charges Of Illegal Consumption - WCS Approves $30 Million Building Plan - Timeline for proposed improvements - Whitko Delays Decision On School Nurse - Council Questions Project Delays By Water Company

06-16-2003 - Decision On Warsaw School Building Plans May Come Tonight - ‘Pot’ Found In Blood Of Driver In Fatal Crash - 2 Police Cars Set Ablaze - DeGood Crowned Queen Of Lakes - Grace Professor Feels Blast In Israel - Crash injures Chicago driver; four-wheeler strikes deer - 22-year-old’s death probed - Prostitution charge sought

06-14-2003 - Lawsuit Seeks To Remove Council Members From BZA - By The Still Waters - County Council, CVB Disagree On How Funds Should Be Spent - Pro-Life Music Festival Set For June 27

06-13-2003 - Pierceton Town Marshal Announces Resignation - Mom Gets 10 Years In Infant’s Death - Teen Critical After Crash - Wawasee Asked To Keep Wednesdays Open - Coach’s wife speaks out on behalf of her husband - Conrad Leads Wawasee To Regional Record 297

06-12-2003 - Breakfast Heron-Style - State Officials: Another Mistake On Tax Credit? - Webster Council Deals With Thefts, Teen Curfews - Manchester Police Seek CVS Robbery Suspect - Warsaw Man Charged With Dealing Cocaine - Winona Blue Laws To Play Vintage Base Ball Saturday - Vintage base ball terms - Davis Taking Momentum To Tennis State Finals - POLE POSITION: One For The Ages

06-11-2003 - Family Swim - Jefferson Staff, Parents Ask Winona Council To Help Retain School - Silver Lake Borrows From Sewer Fund To Replace Delayed Tax Disbursements - Etna Green Sends Park Complaints To The Police

06-10-2003 - Zoners, Planners Give Nod To Walgreens - Milford OKs Bond Resolution For Waste Treatment Plant - County honors Hobbs for valor - Superintendent Offers Compromise On School Building Plan - Timeline of building plans - Meeting Scheduled To Discuss Western Route - Syracuse Adopts Fire, Police Pay Schedules

06-09-2003 - Teen Arrested At Graduation On ‘Pot’ Charge - Art Fair - Warsaw Woman Tells Police She Was Raped - Driver Dies After Crash On CR 900S - Zoners Look At Walgreens Proposal Tonight - Miller’s New Assisted Living Apartments Now Open - Walgreens Also On Planners’ Agenda - DeGeeter Wins Two, Leads Tigers To Sectional Championship - Seiss Leads Locals At State With Fourth-Place Finish - Warsaw Edges Wawasee By Three Strokes At Sectional

06-07-2003 - Ladies Police Auxiliary Forming In County - Woman Claims Negligence In Husband’s Death - Warsaw Approves Contracts For Wasterwater Plant - Juried Art Fair On Tap This Weekend At Winona - Local Boys Fare Well At State Track Meet

06-06-2003 - Ivy Tech Gets $170K Grant From Health Care FoundationBY TERESA SMITH, Times-Union Staff Writer - ABC Transfers Permit From Big Daddy’s To Homer’s Hideaway - Tippecanoe Valley Names Top Students - Manchester OKs Handbook Changes - Local Court Reaffirms Ousley Sentence

06-05-2003 - Robbery Suspects Arraigned On Federal Charges - APC Recommends Ag Land Be Rezoned To Industrial II - Billy Sunday Festival At Village At Winona - ‘A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum’ – Zany musical comedy will keep audiences laughing throughout - ‘Grease’ Mixes With Water At Hidden Lake - Tigers, Warriors Take First And Second At Homestead Invitational - Locals Headed To State Track Meet, Carry On Family Name

06-04-2003 - Tax Bills Should Be Distributed After June 13 - Town Meeting - County Seeks To Join With Towns To Buy Road Salt - Whitko HS Gets New Principal - Local Elder-Beerman Store Uses Advanced Security System

06-03-2003 - Feds Take Custody Of Bank Suspects - Residents Ask For One-Side Parking Along Harrison Street - Mentone Targets Unkempt Property - Triton Hires New ‘Cognitive Coach’ - Akron 8-Year-Old Hospitalized After Attack By Rottweiler - Car Hits Houses In Etna Green - Ex-EMS Director Sentenced

06-02-2003 - 2 Held In Leesburg Bank Job - Miss Mentone And Court 2003 - Mr. Rooster and Miss Chick - Warsaw Tennis Season Ends At Portage Semistate

05-30-2003 - State Senator Says WCS Should ‘Go Slow’ - Armed Robbery Investigation Moves To LaGrange County - Destination Imagination Team The Definition Of Success - Thomas a Wagon Wheel Theatre Favorite - Humrichouser Praises the Wagon Wheel Experience - Matchbox Twenty’s Audience Has Grown Up But Band Remains Good As Ever

05-29-2003 - Project Independence Clients Honored By CCS Directors - Kaufman Named Director - Red Ball Raises $56K - Farm Fire - Valedictorian, Salutatorian Announced At Warsaw - Lawmakers To Attend Atwood Meeting - With Regional Championship, Warsaw Moves Closer To Goal

05-28-2003 - Robbery Suspects Still At Large - WCS Superintendent Discusses Plans To Close S. Lake School - Bell Library Moves Into New Facility - Viking Relay Team Wins Tiebreaker To Advance To State - Valley Softball Ends Season With Sectional Loss To Peru

05-27-2003 - Memorial Day Salute - Two Dead, Six Injured In Monday Crashes - Leesburg Bank Robbed Today - Winona Council OKs Lower Speed Limit - Winona activities begin next week - Laundromat Destroyed - Warsaw Wins Sectional, Moves On To Northridge Regional Tonight - Warsaw Softball Ends Season With 10-0 Sectional Loss To Columbia City - Wawasee Wins NLC Match, Championship

05-24-2003 - Pinched - Memorial Day Services, Events On Tap

05-23-2003 - Superintendent Explains Plan To Close, Build Elementaries - Fribley Memorial - Claypool Clerk Treasurer Thomas To Move, Resigns After 12 Years - Crash Victim Intoxicated, Police Say - WCHS Holds 8th Annual Renaissance Recognition

05-22-2003 - Silver Lake Man Critical After SUV Rolls Over - Many Post Office Hours To Change - Lakeland Names Top Students

05-21-2003 - Zimmer Announces Offer To Buy Swiss Company - Syracuse Council Considers Town Workers’ Salaries - Relay For Life Lauds Central Park Location - Claypool 19-Year-Old Charged With Arson - County Govt. Web Site In Development - County Council Approves Tax Bill Resolution In Emergency Session - Red Ball ‘Senior Prom’ To Raise Funds For Red Cross - Tiger Golfers Down State-Ranked Wawasee, NorthWood - Valley Places Second In Rochester Girls Track Sectional - Warsaw, Wawasee Underclassmen Strong At Girls Track Sectional - Wawasee Tennis Team Blanks Whitko

05-20-2003 - Dedication - WCS Studies High School Renovations - Superintendent proposes building two new elementary schools - Warsaw Man Dies From Crash Injuries - Council OKs Traffic Changes, Tables Facade Grant - Possible Arson In Silver Lake

05-19-2003 - Renewing Vows - Warsaw Schools Looks At Redistricting - Fire Damages Apartments - Chapman Lake Association Sponsors ‘Learning Expo’

05-17-2003 - Got One! - Street Study Ok'd - Local Student In Yoga Video

05-16-2003 - Light Show - System-Wide Water Flushing Next Week In Warsaw - Talented Freshmen Battle It Out For NLC High Jump Crown - Warsaw Baseball Team Stays Perfect In NLC - Valley Tennis Picks Up Fourth TRC Win; Still Undefeated In Conference Play

05-15-2003 - Winona Residents Talk About Water Problem - Winona Pays $75,000 For Property At 800 Park Ave. - Cardinal Center Gives Golfers Chance To Swing For $1 Million - Warsaw Man Critical After Crash On U.S. 30

05-14-2003 - Bockmans Donate $100,000 To Webster Community Center - Syracuse Delays Action On Sign Enforcement - Five Face Charges After Drug Raid In Warsaw - Wawasee Gets Short Straw On Funding - Silver Lake Increases Reserve Officer Force - Etna Green Asks Property Owners To Clean Up Their Yards

05-13-2003 - 2 Hurt As Semis Collide Near Pierceton - Pierceton Approves Housing Contracts - Milford Looks At Parking, Leash Laws - Summer Reading Program To Continue Unchanged - Valley Keeps Joint Services Pact Intact

05-12-2003 - Local Damage

05-10-2003 - Nature’s Rays - Inspiration Inspires Local Author - Lakeland Art Association Celebrates 10th Anniversary With Exhibit - County Adopts Budget For Visitors Bureau

05-09-2003 - Lawsuit Alleges False Arrest - Local Science Teacher Writes First Novel - ‘Superior Species’ a classic science fiction formula - Tigers Sweep First Half Of NLC Season

05-08-2003 - Mentone Delays Street Project - Two Injured When Car Hits Tree - Restaurants Allegedly Sold Booze On Election Day - Docudrama - Winning Combination ... - Warsaw Wins Crazy Softall Game - Tiger Baseball Team Shuts Out Rival Wawasee, Stays Perfect In NLC

05-07-2003 - Wiggins Wins Primary – Voters put incumbent mayor on November ballot - Primary Vote - Kambs, Nordmann Tops At Manchester - Benefit Planned For David Fribley - Employee Sues After Leaving Egg Firm - Tiger Boys Golf Team Downs Washington - Whitko Wins Second Straight TRC Match

05-06-2003 - Report Calls Triton ‘Stable’’ - Airport Upgrades Planned - County Waste District Hires New Educator - District to collect expired drugs - County Looks To Identify Illegal Dumper - Warsaw Tops Elkhart Memorial, Keeps Perfect NLC Record Intact - No. 5 Homestead Hands No. 8 Warsaw First Loss - High School Roundup

05-05-2003 - Historic Marker Dedication - County Auditor Releases Info On Property Tax Bills

05-02-2003 - Fire Quickly Extinguished - No Twister At Clunette - ABC Approves Permit Transfer To Hoggles Owners - KCH Opens Cancer Center - Syracuse Recognizes National Day Of Prayer - Joe Tiller Addresses Purdue Club Of Kosciusko County - Seiss Leads Young Tiger Track Team To NLC Wins

05-01-2003 - 4 Arrested After 3-Month Drug Probe - Taste Of Downtown Sunday, Not Saturday - Food Pantry Established At American Legion - Donnelley Program Exposes Students To Workplace Skills - New Kids On The Block

04-30-2003 - County Hears Report On Need For ‘Western Route’ - Taste Of Downtown Saturday - Winona Denies Request For Additional Infrastructure Inspection Funds - Winona Restoration Recognized By Historic Landmarks Foundation - Cancer Fund-Raiser Set This Weekend

04-29-2003 - WHA Has Too Many Clients - New Library - Walgreens’ Use Variance Put On Hold - Tower request denied - Cuautle Enters Guilty Plea - No. 4 Warsaw Improves To 6-0 - Indiana All-Stars –ÊPoliticians Or Playmakers? - Stork Helps Tiger Baseball Team Rock NorthWood

04-28-2003 - Local Team Headed To Global Competition - Allebach says he can ‘make a difference’ - Wiggins says service is key to good govt. - Newspaper Plans Special Salute To Armed Forces - Wawasee Wins Whitko Invitational By 15 Strokes - Warsaw Places Second In Tiger Invitational - Jarrett Sixth At Salem, Up To Fourth In ARCA Points - High School Roundup

04-26-2003 - 7 Arrested On Drug Charges - Warsaw BZA To Decide Use Variance For Drug Store - Warsaw Wins Big Game Over NLC Foe Plymouth - Warsaw Girls Pick Up NLC Win

04-25-2003 - Water Main Ruptures - Cuautle Set To Plead Guilty - Cops Seize Records Of Lending Firm - Continuance Granted In Finnegan Case - 500 WCHS Students ‘Blitz’ The Community - South Bend TV Personality Sloma Speaks At Wawasee FFA Banquet - Residents Oppose Drainage Fee Hikes - Valley Tennis Edges Whitko 3-2 - Wawasee Girls Tennis Team Blanks Manchester - Yates Trains His Way To Toledo

04-24-2003 - What A Hoot - Warren Sworn In As Mentone Postmaster - Wawasee Names Top Students - City Council Candidates Air Views At Forum - Wawasee Gets First NLC Win - Wawasee’s Argentino Breaks Hurdle Record Again

04-23-2003 - Prospective officeholders face members of public - Mayoral candidates discuss vision for Warsaw’s future - County Studies Employee Insurance; 23 Percent Increase Anticipated - Manchester Cuts Teachers Sports, Coaches - 2 Arrested On ‘Meth’ Charges - Wawasee Gets First NLC Win - Wawasee’s Argentino Breaks Hurdle Record Again

04-22-2003 - Burket To Be Alternative Ed. School - Expert Recommends Closing 4 Warsaw Schools - Mistrial Declared In Molest Case - Whitko Pursues Soccer Program - Hawkins Publishes Photo Book - Valley Hammers South Bend St. Joseph’s - Tiger Girls Track Team Second In Three-Way Meet - Rhodes Takes Coaching Job At Logansport - High School Roundup

04-21-2003 - Sunken Vehicle - Entrepreneur

04-19-2003 - Just Add Snow And A Sled - Manchester Teens Arrested - Newspaper Plans Special Salute To Armed Forces - City deals with officer’s injury, sanitary sewer easements, liens - Joe Tiller To Appear In Warsaw - Wawasee Tops Manchester In Five Innings

04-18-2003 - Newspaper Plans Special Salute To Armed Forces - Lilly Scholarship Winners Announced - Souder Speaks At Lincoln Day Dinner - WCHS Students Seek Places To ‘BLITZ’

04-17-2003 - Nesting Herons - Winona Lake Votes To Restrict Parking Along Bibler Avenue - Couty OKs Increase In Waste District Tax - Candidate Forum Planned Tuesday - 'The Sound Of Music' Will Be Heard At TVHS

04-16-2003 - Towns Approving Tax Levy For Waste District - Syracuse Hears Report On Water Improvements - Parks Department Hears Complaint About Unruly Visitors At Center Park - WCDC Discusses Community Events - Wawasee Mulls Over Policy Changes - Warrior Boys Track Team Downs Warsaw, Remains Undefeated - High School Roundup

04-15-2003 - Kicking Up The Dust - Milford Hears Update On Sewer Plant - Planners OK Plan For Two New Buildings - Manchester Students Rally Against Hate - WCHS Students Seek To Raise Funds For The Disabled - 2 Held In Theft Of Computer From Wal-Mart

04-14-2003 - Supporting Troops - Planners To Hear Request To Construct Of 2 Retail Buildings - Toddler Hurt When Hit By Car - Ind. 14 To Be Closed This Week - ‘Bracketbucks’ Winners Named

04-12-2003 - Log Home Travels From British Columbia To Kosciusko County - Capitol Building Survives Test of Time

04-11-2003 - Little Sentenced To 70 Years - No Late Hours April 15 For Warsaw Post Office - Guilty Pleas Entered From Indictments - State Legislators Prepare For Economic Challenges

04-10-2003 - Davidson Trial Date Set - Cuautle Trial Delayed Again - Teen In Critical Condition After Being Hit By Van - Media Day Sees Defeat Of Wolkins’ Amendment - Support Unit Helps Families Of Soldiers

04-09-2003 - ‘On Behalf Of A Grateful Nation ...’ - Hundreds honor Fribley as hero, ‘striving for excellence in all that I do’

04-08-2003 - Public To Have Input On Western Route Project - Church Members Prepare Soldiers’ Easter Baskets - Council Approves SWD Tax Levy

04-07-2003 - Supporters Brave Cold For Rally - Saturday One-Car Accident Claims Life Of Driver - Police Chase Ends In Crash At House - WPD Announces Route For Fribley Funeral Procession

04-05-2003 - Rally Is Today In Central Park - Some Care Packages Can Still Be Sent Overseas - Spring Storm

04-04-2003 - Mitchell To Attend Command, Staff College - Services Set For Fallen Marine - ‘Acapulco’ Gets Approval For New Alcohol Permit - Artist To Visit Warsaw

04-03-2003 - Manchester Rally Draws Hundreds In Support Of U.S. Troops In Iraq - Defense Dept. Says Don’t Send Packages To Troops - Webster Asks County To Regulate Spotlights

04-02-2003 - Armed Robbers Hit Etna Green - Zimmer Inc. Formally Launches ‘Zimmer Institute’ - Manchester Outlines Budget-Cut Plan - Sculptor, Storyteller To Visit Jail Museum

04-01-2003 - Fribley Scholarship - Boxes For Troops - Rally For Troops Planned Saturday - Two Held On ‘Pot’ Charges - Whitko Hires Superintendent

03-31-2003 - Not Forgotten - MHA Has Funds Available For Child Care - Drains To Be Rerouted - Manchester High School Students Seek To Make A Difference In Iraq - Absentee Voting Begins 4/14; Applications Accepted Through 4/28

03-29-2003 - Long-Time Teacher Honored At Winona - Education Topic At Town Hall Meeting

03-28-2003 - Trial Date Set In Case Of DUI Causing Death - Officials Meet To Discuss Recycling, Property Taxes - Town Hall Mtg. Tonight On Education Funding - Manchester Teacher Headed To Russia - WCHS Percussion Ensemble Takes Third At State - WCHS Senior Mike Cotton receives scholarship

03-27-2003 - Show Of Support - Manchester Pool Usage Drops - Plymouth Crash Kills South Whitley Man

03-26-2003 - Fallen marine called ‘model student,’ ‘respectful,’ ‘mature,’ ‘hard worker’ - Sheriff’s Deputy Gets Standard Sentence For Drunken Driving Offense - Winona FD Seeks Grant From FEMA

03-25-2003 - Marine From Atwood Killed In Iraqi Attack - YMCA Experiences Growth, Considering Further Expanson

03-24-2003 - A Little Lower, Please - Local Kids Coping With War, School Officials Say - Volunteers Sought To Help With Smallpox Vaccine - Zoners To Hear Tower Request

03-22-2003 - Officer Disciplined For Misconduct - Education Town Hall Meeting Set For Friday - Triton Destination Imagination Teams To Go To State - Warsaw Sewer Line Work To Begin In Summer

03-21-2003 - Inmate’s Death Ruled As ‘Natural’ - What You Can Do To Help Soldiers - Syracuse BZA Wants More Bite Than Bark

03-20-2003 - Rallies Planned To Support Troops - Manchester Students To Build Habitat House Over Spring Break - Inmate Dies At Hospital

03-19-2003 - Person Of The Year - Syracuse Chamber, Council Air Differences - Syracuse sign ordinance unpopular with public - Area Libraries Gear Up For ‘Arts Alive’ - Teen Runs From Police While Being Taken To Court - Inmate Hospitalized - Manchester Revises Records Policy

03-18-2003 - Warsaw Cuts Six Teachers - Ice Rescue - Whitko Sees Several Administrative Vacancies - Walgreens To Build New Store At Corner Of Center, Argonne - Sewer Bond Approved - Triton Students Show Conflict Resolution Skills

03-17-2003 - Local Speller 5th In Regional - Man Hurt In ATV Accident - Dense Driving - Students Showcase Learning At EdCom - Farm Bureau Hosts Legislative Update At North Manchester - County Officer Faces DUI Charge

03-15-2003 - School Exceeds Fund-Raising Goal - City Continues To Upgrade Wastewater Plant, Negotiates With IDEM

03-14-2003 - Teen Injured In Milford Crash - State Reduces Distribution Of EDIT, COIT Funds - County, CVB iron out differences - Ex-Treatment Plant Operator Indicted On 37 Federal Counts - Cops Seek Clues In Year-Old Murder - Davidson trial delayed - Ousley sentencing reset

03-13-2003 - Warsaw To Begin Curbside Recycling Next Month - Little Found Guilty Of Aggravated Battery - Pompa-Baldi To Perform Friday At Rodeheaver

03-12-2003 - County To Deal With $0.6M Shortfall - Warsaw Teachers Win Quiz Bowl - Howard Sentenced To Home Detention - Showalter Takes Superintendent Post - Little Trial To End Today - WL Council Extends Permit For Property Owner - Silver Lake Debates Zoning Ordinance - Wawasee HS Helps Prep Students For Careers - Burket Proposed To House Alternative Ed Program

03-11-2003 - Warsaw Library To Cut Back On Hours - Kosciusko Fair Board Considers Joining With YMCA On New Building - Milford Treatment Plant Design Expected Soon

03-10-2003 - Sunbathing Buddies - Valley Ends Season With 2OT Loss To Knox In Sectional Final - Wawasee Wins Gymnastics Sectional - Triton Captures Sectional Title In Convincing Fashion

03-08-2003 - School, Community Rally For 2nd-Grader Who Needs Kidney Transplant - City’s Curbside Recycling Expected To Begin In April - Warsaw Board of Works Approves Airport’s Weather Equipment Update - Vikings Advance To The Plymouth Sectional Final - Whitko Falls To Knox - Triton One Win Away From Sectional Crown - Columbia City Ends Wawasee’s Season

03-07-2003 - Home Show - 2 Girls, Ages 6 & 8, Face Charges After Alleged Vandalism - DUI Arrests Can Jeopardize Alcohol License, ABC Says - Birthing Class Reunites

03-06-2003 - Stationary Sap - Manchester To Establish Historic Preservation Panel - Zoning Request Denied - ISTEP Scores Difficult To Interpret

03-05-2003 - Students face expulsion after vulgar posts on message board - Home And Lawn Show Bigger, Better This Year, Organizers Say - Manchester Schools Works To Lessen Impact Of Budget Shortfalls - ‘Y’ Signs Lease With Webster Community Center - Tigers End The Season With Loss To Eagles - Wawasee Tops Carroll, Advances To Semifinal - Whitko Pounds Culver Academy To Advance To Semifinal - Triton Advances With 55-50 Win Over John Glenn - Manchester Ends Season In Overtime Loss

03-04-2003 - Fire Damages Home; Woman Suffers Burns - Developer Asks Mentone To Extend Tucker Street - Parents, Administrators Discuss WCS Decision To Discontinue Block Scheduling - Triton To Buy Buses - City To Refinance 3 Bonds - Grace Student Gives Views Of Arab World

03-03-2003 - Work Continues On Warsaw’s 2nd Treatment Plant - Warriors Place 10th At State Swim Meet

03-01-2003 - Indiana Guard Reserve Seeks Support Personnel - Eaton Leads Valley To Win Over Wawasee - Tigers Finish Regular Season With Ugly Win - Local Swimmers Advance From Preliminary Round Of State Finals - Whitko Falls To NorthWood - Early Lead Lifts Squires To Win At Huntington North - Triton Falls To Knox

02-28-2003 - Different Angle - Phillips Ditch Topic Raised Again - Tippy Valley Committee Recommends Alternative Ed At Burket Elementary - Some KDI Members Aren’t Paying Dues, Board Told - WCHS Percussion Ensemble Hears Beat ‘Of Rome’

02-27-2003 - Optimists Provide ‘Patriotic Primers’ To Each Warsaw Elementary School

02-26-2003 - Morning Flight - Commissioners Vacate One Walkway, Establish Replacement - Winona Lake Hears Reports On Upcoming Events - Manchester Opts For Court Order To Repair Property - Tiger Boys Win Thriller At Kokomo - Local Divers Compete At Regional - Wawasee Falls To Columbia City - First-Half Comeback Key In Manchester Boys Win - Gene Butts To Work Tiger Exhibition Game

02-25-2003 - Milford Studies Specs For New Police Car - Accident victim sets, achieves goals after disabling injury - Red Ball Committee Gets Set For 2003

02-24-2003 - Bedford Driver Killed In Crash - City Studies Bids For Curbside Recycling - Farm Bureau Hosts Legislative Update - Ex-Warsaw Track Star To Wed NFL Player - Valley’s Season Ends In Regional Final - Wawasee Boys Win Swim Sectional

02-22-2003 - CCAC Celebrates 10th Season - Two Local Dentists ‘Give Kids A Smile’ - More Candidates File For City Seats - Historic Home Tour On Tap - Triton Gives Valley A Second-Half Scare - Tigers Stumble But Walk Away With Win - Whitko Falls To Carroll 57-51 On Senior Night

02-21-2003 - Warsaw Student Vies For National Award - Grace College Announces Fee Increases for 2003-04 - Grace College Dedicates New Recreation Center - New Sign Ordinance Miffs Syracuse BZA - Wawasee Wins Battle Of Warriors

02-20-2003 - Mentone House Fire - Grace Orchestra Planning Tribute To John Philip Sousa - Concert Sponsorships At Record Levels - Valley Girls Ready For Next Step In Tournament - Local Wrestlers Prepare For State

02-19-2003 - S. Lake May Use County Zoning - Sunset Fishing - Lawsuit Alleges Fraud - Engineers Provide Syracuse Water Study - ‘Exchange City’ Puts Knowledge Into Practice - Eaton, Drudge Lead Vikings To Win Over Bremen - Warsaw Boys Fall To SB Washington - Triton Holds Off Rochester

02-18-2003 - Board told of problems in state disbursements, reassessment delays - Patrons tell school board to keep block scheduling - Budget constraints may force elimination of elementary counselors - Webster Couple To Open Mini Golf - City Hears Plan For More Trees, Shrubs Downtown - City Orders Cleanup At Lakeside Park Lots - Teachers Seek To Improve Student Writing

02-17-2003 - Young Republicans Meet Tuesday - Second Title Is Sweet For Valley - Vallejo Is Semistate Champ - Two Locals Advance To State

02-15-2003 - Warsaw Aims To Attract Downtown Shoppers With Marked Parking Lots - Woman Injured In House Fire - Tour, Olympic Cyclist Speaks To Rotary On Teamwork - Vikings Advance To Sectional Final - Carroll Wins Rematch, Ends Warsaw Girls Season In Sectionals

02-14-2003 - Kavanaugh Returns To Winona To Speak At Community Dinner - Our Father’s House Opens At New Location

02-13-2003 - Stuck? - Astronomy Buffs Say Spotlights Bothersome - Webster Approves Sewer Rate Studies - Gypsy Moth Treatments To Continue At Pierceton Cemetery - Car Hits Hot Tub - Local Firm Gets Training In Lead Abatement - Health board outlines lead exposure symptoms

02-12-2003 - County Hears Report On Voting Machines - Mentone Library Hits Funding Snag - Winona Increases Rental Rates For Senior Center - Wawasee Approves Students’ Request To Visit Williamsburg - Scouts Earn Government Badges At Pierceton - Planners Vacate 2 Streets - Whitko wins thriller to advance - Valley Pummels CGA 79-41 - Warsaw Girls Roll Over DeKalb, Ready For Carroll - Mental Breakdowns Lead To Wawasee’s Demise - North Miami Shows Manchester Early Tournament Exit - Lancers Find Chink In Knight’s Armor - Triton Advances With 9-Point Win Over Glenn

02-11-2003 - Whitko Hears Public Input On Choosing New Superintendent - Valley Seeks Community Reaction To Plans For Alternative Learning - Valley Superintendent To Retire - NYT Reporter To Speak At Manchester College - Disbanded Club Donates To Library - African-American Art Featured At Lakeland - Northern Exposure Tour Visits, Warsaw, Winona

02-10-2003 - Claypool Man Injured In Crash - Opposing Senate Bills Could Expand Or Limit Alcohol Sales - Slates Taking Shape For City Candidates In May 6 Primary - Suspected Meth Lab - Warsaw Beats Marion By 10 - Bremen Repeats As Sectional Champ, Wawasee And Warsaw Follow Closely - Eaton’s Buzzer-Beater Carries Valley Past Oak Hill - Five Area Wrestlers Advance To Semistate - Lancers Sail Beyond Grasp Of Bethel Pilots - Wawasee Tops Northridge, Stays In NLC Contention

02-08-2003 - Seasonal Activity - FaithWorks Prepares Groups For Federal Funds - Prosecutor’s Office, Sheriff’s Department Make Some Changes - Freshmen Hold Food Drive

02-07-2003 - Fifteen People Held After Thursday Night Drug Raid - Employee Suspected Of Stealing From Syracuse Wilby’s Store - Armed Robbery Charges Sought - Leesburg Man Killed In Florida Accident - City Orders Demolition Of House On E. Fort Wayne St. - Manchester Clerk Says Reassessment Will Be On Time

02-06-2003 - Former County Employee Sentenced For Theft - Planners OK Plat For Commercial Subdivision - Record number of permits issued by planners in 2002

02-05-2003 - Red Light Runner - Manchester Looks For Ways To Trim School Budget - Quiz Bowl Set March 11 - Three Students Injured In School Bus Collision

02-04-2003 - Wiggins To Seek Second Term - Whitko Hears Public Input On Hiring Of Superintendent - Triton Gets Milk - Local Woman Trains In Warsaw, Wins Toughman Competition In Fort Wayne - Toughman Competiton Not Welcome Everywhere

02-03-2003 - Barn Fire - Pierceton Couple Wintering In Texas Hear Shuttle Overhead - Peachey Fund Helps Sponsor Seminar For Sharing Latest Information On Breast Cancer

02-01-2003 - Winter Farm Scene - WCHS Theater Students Earn Regional Honor - Eaton Raises The Bar For Valley Scoring - Manchester Upends Valley, Creates Tie For First In Three Rivers Conference - Tiger Boys Continue Turnaround, Win Third Straight Game - Concord Nips Wawasee Boys Again, Hands Warriors Second NLC Loss - Oak Hill Edges Whitko 58-53 - Jimtown Halts Triton Boys’ Three-Game Win Streak

01-31-2003 - Edmond To Retire After 24 Years At Sewage Dept. - Kosciusko Police Release Annual Statistics - Nominations Accepted For ‘Hearts Of Gold’ - Franklin Shines On Senior Night

01-30-2003 - Working Toward Reassessment - Warsaw, IDEM Hashing Out Treatment Plant Violations - Former Mentone Cop Faces Charges - Ind. 19 Crash

01-29-2003 - Winona Lake Mulls Dog License Ordinance - County Delays Decision On Buying Voting Machines - Attorney General Offers Opinion On Red Light Bill - Red Light Bill Sails Through Committee - Senff Sets Mark For Triton - Triton Tops Manchester - Tippecanoe Valley Girls Down Wawasee - Warsaw Rolls To 65-32 Win Over SB Clay

01-28-2003 - Injured Driver In Critical Condition - SWCD Seeks Public Input - CVB Awards Tourism Grants

01-27-2003 - Cold Start - 4 Arrested After Alleged Illegal Beer Sales - Power Surge Destroys Sewage Billing Computers - ‘Red Light’ Bill Before State Lawmakers Again - Weekend Accidents Injure 1

01-24-2003 - Edgewood Eighth-Grader Durgin Is Kosciusko Spelling Champ - Board Of Works Accepts Recycling Program Bids - CCS Set For Annual Crazy Waiter Dinner

01-23-2003 - Request For Delay Denied In Trial Of Jason Davidson - Durgin Wins Middle School Bee - Chamber Honors Wiley, Vorheis As Man, Woman Of Year - Goal Met

01-22-2003 - City Election Filing Period Begins - Syracuse Elementary Student Wins Bee - Manchester Students Won’t See ‘Channel One News’

01-21-2003 - Warsaw Cops To Continue Lockout Assistance - Whitko Students Learn By Doing - Warsaw Celebrates MLK Day With Luncheon At Rodeheaver - Tippecanoe Valley School Board Chooses Architectural Firm

01-20-2003 - Nine Added To Local Indiana Guard Reserve Roster - Ammonia Sickens Five; ‘Meth’ Charges Likely - Silver Lake Man Found Dead In Car

01-18-2003 - Full Moonshine On The Tippy - PPI Completes Cuban Tour Local attorney part of delegation - Bee Begins Next Week - Greenway Construction Begins - Trip To Maple City Sweet For Tiger Boys - Whitko’s Day Shuts Down The Knights - Triton Pounds Outmanned Culver 58-40 - Eaton Makes History Again, Valley Boys Still Unbeaten - Wawasee Improves To 9-3 - Manchester Tops Oak Hill Convincingly, 80-45

01-17-2003 - Retail Migrates From East To North - County Schools Tagged As ‘Best Buys’ - Syracuse Zoners Allow Variance For Parking - KDI Shows Loss During 2002 - Mentone Man Fair After Falling At Work

01-16-2003 - Allebach To Run For Mayor Of Warsaw - Appeals Court Upholds Christoval Dimas’ Murder Conviction - Local Group Planning Event To Commemorate Martin Luther King Day - City, Town Elections On Tap This Year - County Decides Against Art Display In Courthouse - Whitko Seeks Public Input In Superintendent Search - DeGeeter Leads Warsaw To Win Over Carroll - Bethel Downs Lancer Women’s Hoop Team - Manchester Girls Basketball Team Drubs Peru For Third Win Of Season

01-15-2003 - Enjoying The Weather - Cash Taken In Silver Lake Robbery - Limited Recycling Remains Available - Silver Lake Rewords ‘Jake Brake’ Signs - Etna Green Plans Founders Day Event - Loss ratios in line, premiums on the rise - Board looks to be more accessible to patrons - State’s fiscal problems put bus plan on hold

01-14-2003 - Need A Blanket? - WCS Dipping Into Cash Reserves - Milford Council Hears Rail Crossing Concerns - Pierceton Police Get Grants For Cameras, DARE Program - Redevelopment Commission Remembers Former Member - LRC Request Approved; Planners Vacate Plat - Library Taking Part In Veterans History Project

01-13-2003 - Local Officials Urge Fire Safety - Eaton Makes History In Viking Win - Triton's late Rally Falls Short In 63-61 loss - Injured Warsaw Wrestlers Fall At Bellmont - High School Roundup

01-11-2003 - Pierceton Woman Charged In June Traffic Death - Triton Wins Visit From NASA Representatives - Warsaw Board Of Works Approves Contract For Wastewater Consultant - Northridge Upsets Warsaw In Double Overtime - Wawasee Girls Outlast NorthWood - Senff, Triton Earn Conference Win Over John Glenn

01-10-2003 - Look Out! - County Seeks Funds From Innkeepers’ Tax - Manchester Decides To Restructure Police Dept. - Cemetery Board Officers Unchanged - Wawasee Wins A Wild One In Triple OT - Valley Boys Down Argos, Still Unbeaten - Wawasee Grapplers Improve To 8-2 - Leininger Pours In 32, Tiger Girls Score Come-From-Behind Win

01-09-2003 - Warsaw Schools In Midst Of Fiber Optic Project - Town hears bad news about wells - Streets get facelift this summer - Septic Systems Concerns Prompt Rezoning Denial - Warsaw Swimmers Remain Undefeated With Wins Over Valley

01-08-2003 - Center Lake Commissions Watershed Study - Log House Moving To Fairgrounds - Parents Object To Commercials In School

01-07-2003 - Two Hurt - Coons Leaves Job At CCS - Mentone OKs Request For New Police Vehicle

01-06-2003 - Police Find Suspected Drug Lab After Chase - Sax Quartet Sees Statewide Acclaim - Taking It Easy

01-04-2003 - Libertarians Meet At Courthouse Coffee - Warrior Boys Down Rival Warsaw - Valley Boys Top Glenn To Advance To Tourney Championship

01-03-2003 - Teen Grabs Cash From Second Convenience Store - JD’s Roadhouse Owner Settles Difference With ABC

01-02-2003 - Happy New Year! - Teens Rob Oswego Munch Box - New Ordinance May Eliminate Need To Vacate

12-31-2002 - Crime Stories Dominate Top 10 - Milford OKs 4 Ordinances - Teen Critical After Being Hit By Car - Unpaid Taxes Put Bind On Syracuse Budget

12-30-2002 - Former Zimmer President Dies In Florida At Age 67 - 500,000th Item In 2002 Checked Out Of Library - Tiger Girls Fall In OT Thriller - High School Roundup

12-30-2002 - Dashing Through The Snow - Fast Cabs Offering Free New Year’s Fares - Tiger Girls Fall In OT Thriller - High School Roundup

12-27-2002 - MTEMS Celebrates 25th Year - Community Responds To Family’s Fire Loss

12-23-2002 - 2 Houses Burn At Silver Lake - Winona OKs TIF Worksheet, Will Receive $7,622

12-21-2002 - Real Heroes – Medal of Honor Recipients Write Students - County Officials Define Holidays - Ivy Tech Seeks $2.9 Million - Outside Experts Hired To Monitor Wastewater Treatment Plant - Trey Eaton Leads Valley To Close Win Over Whitko - Tiger Boys Too Much For Elkhart Memorial - Wawasee Boys Move To NLC Finals - Squires Open New Gym With 64-62 OT Win

12-20-2002 - Good Samaritan Saves Christmas For Local Family - Explosion Damages Wastewater Plant At North Manchester - County Approves Hiring Of Emergency Management Director - Contents Ruined In Fire

12-19-2002 - Changes Made In WCDC Loan Fund - Special Education Cooperative Restructures Delivery Of Services - Charge For New Ambulance Service Fund Starts In January - Pfleiderer Scholarship, Charitable Trusts Formed

12-18-2002 - County May Hire Emergency Management Director - Charges Dropped In DUI Death Case; May Be Refiled Later - Syracuse Settles Water Tower Logo Issue

12-17-2002 - Recycling District Battles Budget Cuts - Whitko Gets Good Report On GQE Scores - Emmons Takes Over As City’s HR Director - Warsaw Recognizes Two School Board Members - City Wastewater Plant Under New Leadership

12-16-2002 - Kosciusko Takes Conservative Approach To Take-Home Vehicles - County GIS Service Soon To Be On Internet - Pierceton Hires New Deputy - Driver’s BAC At .396 Percent - Valley, Whitko Compete For Most Pop Tabs

12-14-2002 - Latest GIS Offers Public A Sharper, Detailed View

12-13-2002 - ‘Dickens Dinner’ Speaker Entertains, Raises Funds For Local Literacy - Teen In Custody After Stabbing - ’Tis The Season For Charity And Giving - Van Rear-Ends Semi

12-12-2002 - Bibler Trust Announces Grants - Local Board Of Health Discusses Smallpox Vaccine - Truck Driver Released After Serving 7 Months - Fisher’s Sentence Modified - Optimists Conduct Annual Tree Sale - Clogged Channel Frustrates Webster Lake Resident - Valley Cruises To Win Over Triton

12-11-2002 - Golden Pond - Silver Lake Approves Ordinance Banning Use Of Jake Brakes - Zoning Board Denies Request For Spiritual Retreat Center - Winona Lake Resident Asks Town Council About Channel Dredging - Wawasee Takes Over Control Of Own Special Ed Services - Wawasee GQE results down slightly from 2001 - Clevenger Is Warsaw Teacher Of Year

12-10-2002 - Tic-Tac-Doe - Tippy Valley Discovers Problem With Fire Alarm - Milford Hears Neighbors Complain About Howling Dog - Festival Of Trees Benefits Health Care Foundation - Fort Wayne Philharmonic Performs Sunday At Rodeheaver Auditorium - Exception Granted For Tattoo Parlor - Library Saves Money On Property Insurance

12-09-2002 - Frosty Times - Zoners’ Agenda Moved Ahead - Thames To Acquire Indiana-American Water

12-07-2002 - Icebirds?

12-06-2002 - Good Morning, Sunshine - Winona Man Who Faces Multiple Charges Told Police Incident Was A Joke - Fire Hits Webster Pole Barn - Alcohol Board Delays JD’s Roadhouse Renewal - Manchester Town Employees to Receive Raises

12-05-2002 - Freeze Up - Commissioners Again Deny Request For Subdivision Plat - Marine Reserves Kick Off Annual Toys For Tots Drive - KDI Makes Decision On Tool Training Program - Today’s Cheerleaders Have More Than Spirit

12-04-2002 - Icy Waters - Commissioners OK Request For Drug Education Program - Shooting Victim ‘Serious’ - Manchester Schools Face Shortfall In State Payments - Local Remembrance Set For Anniversary Of Pearl Harbor Attack - Gubernatorial Candidate Miller Visits Warsaw

12-03-2002 - Mentone May Get Traffic Light - Warsaw may be stop on new high-speed passenger rail - Council approves vacation over objections of neighbor - Resident donates memorabilia, antique fire engine to fire dept. - 68.5% Of Triton Sophomores Pass GQE

12-02-2002 - Robber Uses Pepper Spray - Experienced Eagles Too Much For Tiger Boys

11-30-2002 - National Guardsmen Say Good-Bye To Families - Police Arrest 6 On Drug Charges

11-29-2002 - Packing It In - Local Officials Await Word From IDEM, EPA On Sewer Probe - CCS Coordinates New ‘Individual Development Account’ Program - Crash Kills Leesburg Woman - Ogle, Tiger Boys Win Opener - Whitko Falls To Columbia City In Opener

11-27-2002 - Soupy Silhouette - Winona Approves Bids For Drain, Sewer Project - Syracuse Set For Annual Bell Walk - Warsaw Chemical Property Acquired For Street Extension

11-26-2002 - Avoiding Hunters - Salvation Army Offers Help For The Holidays - Zoners Deny Sign Request, Grant Variance For Tower

11-25-2002 - Breakfast Watch - City Zoners Have Busy Agenda - Charges Filed In Fatal Motorcycle Crash - ‘Passports’ Carry Public Through Webster Community Center

11-23-2002 - Simulated Flight - Atwood Tire Pile Cleanup Complete - Teen Suffers Head Injuries In Crash - Tigers Win Season Opener Over Tippecanoe Valley

11-22-2002 - Officials Believe Stolen Skull May Be From Mausoleum In Syracuse Cemetery - Drainage Board Takes ‘Wait And See’ Approach To 2 Maintenance Projects - Sign Of The Times

11-21-2002 - Manchester College Professor Earns Top National Honor - Santa House Appears At Kmart - Several Groups Offering Free Thanksgiving Dinners

11-20-2002 - Local Charities Join Forces To Better Serve The Less Fortunate - Report shows success of community center - Police communications upgrade considered - Town gets news of more layoffs at Dana - Firemen’s Building Renovations Completed - Manchester Schools To Seek Funds From Bond Bank

11-19-2002 - Bright Spot - WCHS Takes Next Step Toward $30 Million In Improvements - Whitko Hears From Parent Concerned About ALC - Fair Board Honors De Good, Elects New Members, Studies ‘02 Fair

11-18-2002 - Autumn Sunrise - Actress O’Neill Talks About Her Life And Her God - Group From LCA Volunteers To Help Tornado Victims - CCS Gears Up For Annual Holiday Toy Giveaway

11-16-2002 - Photo by Gary Nieter, Times-Union - Photo by Gary Nieter, Times-Union - Gatke Contract Awarded - HIV Rates Climbing In Indiana

11-15-2002 - Nearing Completion - Community Important In Success Of Today’s Youth - Deer Hunters Take Firearms To The Woods This Weekend

11-14-2002 - Curbside Recycling Task Force Examines Local Options - More Good News For Webster Community Center - Residents complain about Stimmelators’ spotlights - Plans For Mini Golf Course Shared With Webster Council - Anderson Greenhouses Marks 75th Anniversary - Industrial Accident Victim Dies

11-13-2002 - Ellis Memorial Flag - Wawasee condos approved - Wawasee Struggles With Uncertainties Of Assessment, Tax Draws - Changes in bus policy considered - Silver Lake Approves Loan To Build Fire Station - Foundation Hits $20 Million Milestone

11-12-2002 - Library Director Gets Positive Board Review - 4-H Fair Dates Set In Advance - Local Guard Unit Goes To Active Duty - Red Cross supports guard effort - Guard has long history in Indiana - Developer Withdraws Crystal Lake Rezoning Petition - New Student Organization Prompts Review Of Policies

11-11-2002 - Webster Community Center Gets State Grant - Planners To Consider Request For Residential Rezoning - 2 Held After Friday Robbery

11-09-2002 - 4 People Injured In 2-Vehicle Accident Friday - Aldrich Granted Modification Of His Jail Sentence - MADD Fails To Generate Interest In Kosciusko County - Warsaw Considers Voluntary Curbside Recycling Program - O’Neill Slated As Next Lyceum Series Speaker - Snider Ends Tiger Season

11-08-2002 - Life Sentence Sought In Murder Case - Davidson Trial Set For April 7 - County Deletes ‘400 Accounts’ To Prevent Possible Shortfalls - Coroner Seeks Reinstatement In Public Employees Retirement Fund - Helping Kids Focus Of Education Summit - ABC Delays Action On Transfer Amid Legal Concerns

11-07-2002 - Warsaw Gets Two New School Board Members - Manchester Restructures Tax For Ambulance Service - Village At Winona Expanding - Jensen, Tiger Football Team Say ‘We Believe’

11-06-2002 - Collecting Results - GOP Sweeps All County-Level Offices - Souder Wins Convincingly In Newly Drawn Third District - Landfill Owner Doesn’t Want Contract Changed

11-05-2002 - Kosciusko turnout in 13% range early today - Reed Street Won’t Get One-Way Designation - County Approves New Long Distance Carrier

11-02-2002 - Evidence Of Jesus Christ - Blast, Fire At Mentone Leave Man In Coma - Motorcyclist ‘Critical’ After Pre-Dawn Crash - Armed Robber Hits Mini Mart - Back To State! Triton Wins Bremen Regional To Earn Spot In State Finals At Ben Davis

11-02-2002 - Bookworm - Channel Digs Into New Plant Costs - Tigers Reach Sectional Final, Rematch Set With Unbeaten Snider - South Bend St. Joe Ends Whitko’s Season - Ramirez, NorthWood Run Over Valley Vikings - NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

11-01-2002 - Federal, State Officials Probe Sewage Plant - Food Banks Ease Budget Woes For Many Families - Grade-Schoolers Lend A Hand With Local Food-A-Thon - Tigers One Victory Away From Title Game - Whitko, St. Joe Set For Battle In South Whitley - Valley Set To Take On NorthWood In Sectional Battle - Triton Sectional Win Helps Lay Foundation For Program

10-31-2002 - Chilly Dip - Volunteers Brighten Day For 9-Year-Old Cancer Victim - LCA Plans Unique Food Fund-Raiser - ‘She Loves Me’ Sizzles At Triton

10-30-2002 - Only The Beginning - Neighbors Oppose Request To Establish Apartment, Zoning Board Denies Request - Most State Races Contested - Township Trustee Candidates Listed - GOP Poised For Clean Sweep Of County Posts - Wawasee School Board Candidates Give Qualifications For Service - Syracuse Candidate Responds To Election Questions

10-29-2002 - Snow Already? - Souder, Rigdon Square Off In Fort Wayne Debate - Local party chairs give views on their candidates - Hoffman Lake Residents Want DNR To Forego Plans For Boat Ramp - Housing Authority Reports Sound Financial Condition

10-28-2002 - Costume Winners - Cuautle Charge Upgraded To Murder - Hayride Involved In Crash, 7 Hurt - Warsaw Zoners Meet Tonight - Indiana Deer Herd Relatively Healthy, DNR Officials Say - Rachel Stichter Wins Semistate; Wawasee Boys Finish 10th - Warsaw Boys Fall In Semistate Final - Tiger Spikers Fall In Sectional Championship - Warsaw Girls Soccer Loss Ends Season, Gains Respect - Triton Volleyball Team Wins Sectional Title

10-26-2002 - Warsaw Airport Has $40 Million Impact On Local Economy - Charge In Infant’s Death Upgraded To Murder - Whitko Students ‘Expect Respect’ - U.S. Rep. Souder Tours New Jail - Trick-Or-Treat Hours Listed - n Warsaw – 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

10-25-2002 - Damp Plowing - Teens ‘Fair’ After Crash Near Webster - Congressman Helps Young Republicans Organize - Third District debate planned for Monday

10-24-2002 - Greenway Construction Set To Begin This Fall - Silver Lake Gets New Postmaster - Warsaw Beauty Poses For Playboy

10-23-2002 - Suspect In Infant’s Death Charged With Manslaughter - Winona Lake Council Approves Ward Redistricting Map - Commissioners Approve New Insurance Benefits For County Employees - Sheriff’s Reserves Volunteer To Help Teens With Community Service Project - Claypool To Install Storm Drains - Warsaw Girls Win Argos Regional In Dramatic Fashion

10-22-2002 - Newborn Found Dead In Trash Can At Mentone Plant - Whooo’s There? - City Hears Deer Complaint - WCS Takes Steps Required For Building Program - WCS to offer Driver Ed - Worl Notifies Whitko Of Intent To Retire

10-21-2002 - Chilly Waters - Officials Silent About Drug Sweep At WCHS - Parents Urged To Remember Halloween Safety - Warsaw Boys Earn Sectional Title - Tiger Girls Win Sectional Title Over Bethany Christian - Underdog Warriors Garner Sectional Title - Wawasee’s Stichter Wins Race, Warrior Boys Advance To Semistate - Four Tigers Named To Argos All-Sectional Team - Tiger Duo Falls At Tennis Regional

10-19-2002 - Testing The Waters - Warsaw Board Of Works Opens Bids For Gatke Demolition - NIPSCO Prepares For Electric Bill Credits - Whitko Earns Top Conference Spot - Tigers Find Running Game, Enter Tournament With Momentum - Wawasee Finishes Season With Loss To Unbeaten Goshen - Westafer Leads Manchester To Big Win - Jimtown Drills Triton, Wins 50th Straight NSC Contest

10-18-2002 - Local Watershed Groups Celebrate Anniversary Of Clean Water Act - WCHS Students Put On ‘One-Derful’ Theater

10-17-2002 - Local Rotarian Alderfer Rides To Fight Polio

10-16-2002 - Milford Crash Kills Two Drivers - Syracuse Approves Redistricting For Town Elections - Alpacas Perfect For The Clark Mini Farm - Foundation To Survey Manchester Sophomores

10-15-2002 - Crash On U.S. 30 Kills Mom, Four Children - TVHS Tables Contract Extension For McKee - Sculpture In The Park - Community Foundation Launches ‘Plant The Seed - Read!’ Program - Planners Give Preliminary Nod To Pike Lake Pointe Apartments - Warsaw Library Gains National Acclaim - Pierceton Hears Good Report About Local Cop

10-14-2002 - Warsaw Planners To Discuss Silver Fox Addition - Charges Pending After Alleged Reckless Driving - Webster Community Center Open House Planned

10-12-2002 - Upward Basketball Hopes To Raise Spiritual Awareness

10-11-2002 - Former Indy Mayor Says Density Is Key In Modern Land Use - Tubing For Dollars - CCS Launching Holiday Projects - Breading’s Owner Dies

10-10-2002 - Fisher Sentenced For Theft, Burglary - West Nile Victim’s Condition Improves - Fall Fishing - Webster Police Get Grant For Computer, Scanner - Wawasee Bus Driver Issues Statement - Warsaw Falls To Northridge At Concord Regional

10-09-2002 - Local Jail Accepting Inmates From Elkhart County - Sunset Harvest - Solid Waste District Shopping For Funds - Winona Council Studies Request For Replatting - Silver Lake Park Soon To Have Lights - State Fire Marshal Cites Business In Syracuse - Wawasee Deals With Complaint Against Bus Driver - Warsaw Advances To Concord Regional Final

10-08-2002 - Resident Asks City To Annex Her Property - Tax Increment Finance District Created Around Gatke Area - County OKs Plan To Relocate Lilly Road - Triton Contracts For Feasibility Study With ISU - Warsaw Wins Sole Possession Of NLC Crown - Viking Spikers Rally, Knock Off State-Ranked Rochester - Tiger Netters Dominate Sectional Field, Win Title

10-07-2002 - Patriotism On Parade

10-05-2002 - Sewage Plant, Gatke Projects Moving Along - Kenipe Chosen As New Washington Twp. Trustee - Warsaw Retains Possession Of ‘W’ Trophy In Overtime Thriller - Strong Defense Leads To Whitko Win - Rochester Holds On To Bell Trophy For Sixth Straight Season - LaVille Stops Triton 33-0 - Southwood Snaps Squire Win Streak

10-04-2002 - County Wrestles With Reassessment Issues - CVB budget approved at 80 percent of request - ‘Enough’ Campaign Tip Leads To Meth Arrest

10-03-2002 - Vietnam Wall Stirs Memories For Many - Fee Would Help Fund Manchester Ambulance Service - Planners Continue Petition, Approve Two Other Plats - Demos Seek Replacement After Death Of Trustee - New Zoning Rules Target Mobile Homes

10-02-2002 - Local West Nile Victim ‘Critical’ In Fort Wayne - WCS Board To Consider Moving Forward With $46 Million Building Plan - Whitley Gears Up For Fall Fest - Teams Form To Study Reconfiguration Issue In Manchester, Laketon Schools - Cop Shoots Dog In Claypool - Manchester College Speaker Challenges Student Body

10-01-2002 - Eating On The Run

09-30-2002 - Mentone Renovations - Man Bangs Head On Police Car After Arrest - Manchester Hands Rochester Second TRC Loss - Goshen Ends Warsaw NLC Win Streak - Plymouth Slips Past Wawasee 17-14 - Wildcats Remain Undefeated In TRC Action - Vikings Fall To .500 With Loss At Oak Hill - Cougars Run Wild On Triton

09-28-2002 - Warsaw Teacher Wins State Award

09-28-2002 - Warsaw Teacher Wins State Award - Manchester Hands Rochester Second TRC Loss

09-28-2002 - Warsaw Teacher Wins State Award - Manchester Hands Rochester Second TRC Loss

09-27-2002 - Kosciusko District Hires New Boy Scout Exec - Drainage Board Weighs Issues In Armey Ditch Plan - Maintenance fee hiked for Cauffman Ditch

09-26-2002 - Movin’ Along - KDI Concerned About State’s Lack Of Business Incentives - Kosciusko Has ‘Probable’ Case Of West Nile Virus

09-25-2002 - Holderman Sisters Share Early Days Of Winona - Request To Establish Church Granted By Warsaw BZA - Vietnam Vet Gives Students Views On Military, Media - Septic System Policies Ok’d By Health Board

09-24-2002 - Marijuana Eradication - Local Demos Honored With Hall Of Fame Awards

09-23-2002 - Marijuana Eradication - Local Demos Honored With Hall Of Fame Awards

09-21-2002 - Back To The Days Of Kosciuszko At Fairgrounds - Warsaw FD To Receive $95K Grant - State, County Election 2002 - Mentone Woman Receives Head Injuries - Tigers Blank Raiders, Set Up Showdown With Goshen

09-20-2002 - Kammerer Named Fireman Of Year - Local Republicans Add 3 To Hall Of Fame - Hall Of Fame Speaker Urges GOP Voter Turnout

09-19-2002 - Drivers Irked By Train Crossing Tieups - Termination Not ‘Appropriate’ For Manchester Cop - Grants Available For Home Repairs - Fireman’s Bldg. Work Complete; Tree Vandalized

09-18-2002 - Traveling Vietnam Memorial Coming To Syracuse - Etna Green Plans ‘Old Fashion Daze’ On Saturday - Gubernatorial Candidate Eric Miller Touts His Appeal To A Wide Range Of Voters - Country Meadows Trailer Park Asks To Be Connected To Syracuse’s Water System - County Health Dept. Doesn’t Want More Dead Birds

09-17-2002 - Tempers Flare At Silver Lake - City Hears Report From CCAC Board - WCS Scrambles To Comply With New Law - City Councilman Complains About Dalton

09-16-2002 - IU Cancer Doctor Shares Experience Of Treating Cancer Patient In Antarctica - Warsaw Gun Shop Owner Arrested By Feds

09-14-2002 - Abnormally Dry Locally - Tigers Edge Chargers, Remain Undefeated In NLC Play

09-13-2002 - County Struggles With Shortfall In Budget - 2 Mo-Ped Riders Injured - Rigdon Stumps District - Wawasee Addresses Parent’s Busing Concern - County Seeks Detailed Information In Future Transfers, Appropriations

09-12-2002 - Local Observances Memorialize 9/11 Anniversary - Warsaw’s Driver Education Program To Continue - Special Prosecutor Named To Handle Murder Case Involving Jason Davidson - Grace Village To Expand

09-11-2002 - Tax Reform To Affect TIF Districts - Wawasee Hears From Two Concerned Patrons - Etna Green Begins Meeting With A Moment Of Silence - Silver Lake To Consider Council Member’s Out-Of-Town Residence

09-10-2002 - Special Events Planned To Mark 9/11 - Milford Troubled By County Zoning Decisions - Town tells residents not to burn - County To Add X-Ray Machine To Justice Bldg. Security

09-09-2002 - Bird In County Tests Positive For West Nile - Local Planners Gather To Discuss Long-Range Goals At Joint Meeting Tonight - Still Morning - Guest Speaker

09-07-2002 - 9/11 Survivor Shares His Story - Warsaw Fire Marshal To Get ATF-Trained Dog

09-06-2002 - Bush talks about terror, economy, security - Alcohol Commission Tables Wal-Mart Transfer Request - 2 Face Check, Theft, Fleeing Charges In Wednesday Incident - Police Warn Of Possible Scam

09-05-2002 - Webster Authorizes Grant For $500,000 To Rehab Old Elementary School - Overdose, Accident Victims Improving - Work Continues On Winona Hotel - Warsaw Fireman Loses Battle With Brain Cancer - Planners Nix Amendment Regarding Rooming Houses - Heckman Bindery Granted 5-Year Tax Abatement

09-04-2002 - YMCA Adds Rock Wall For Fun, Fitness - Syracuse Adjusts Budget Based On State Figures - City Plays Guessing Game With Assessed Valuation For ’03 Budget - Manchester Schools Proposes Hike In ’03 Tax Rates

09-03-2002 - Sly As A ... - Winona Wrestles With ’03 Budget - Lafayette Man Hurt In ATV Accident - Drowning Ruled Cause Of Infant’s Death - Fire Destroys Building At Golf Course - Wawasee PWC Accident Injures Rider - Teen Critical After Apparent Overdose

08-31-2002 - Clinic Shows Ins And Outs Of Maintaining A Healthy Pond - Webster Seeks $475,000 Grant For Community Center - Tigers Scratch, Claw But Come Up Short

08-30-2002 - Chinese Diplomats Visit Warsaw - WCS Passes 2003 Budget - Whitko Enrollment Increases - Bus Driver Involved In Accident Placed On Leave - Arson Suspected In Thursday House Fire - Two Face Drug Charges - Fisher Pleads Guilty To Burglary, Theft - Whitko Girls Golf Improves To 10-3

08-29-2002 - Community Set To Commemorate 9/11 - 14-Year-Old ‘Serious’ After Being Struck By School Bus - Police Remind Drug Dealers That ‘Enough Is Enough’ - County, Landowner Allow Sweet Corn Charlie To Stay In Business In Syracuse - Winona’s Dane Miller Honored By IACT

08-28-2002 - Commissioners Hear Proposal To Relocate Part Of Lilly Road - Winona House Valued At $75K; Town To Take Title - 4 Warsaw School Board Seats Up For Election; 11 Candidates Filed - Accident Victims’ Conditions Improving - CCS North To Remain Open

08-27-2002 - Retired WCS Superintendent Harman Honored At Reception - Warsaw Zoners Deny Request For Tree Trimming Business - Milford Approves Town Budget For 2003 - Local Fire Officials Unaware Of Solicitations

08-26-2002 - Mobile Home Destroyed - Grand Jury Indicts Syracuse Man In 1998 Fatal Fire - Child Dies When Car Rolls - Warsaw Man Hurt In Fight

08-24-2002 - Former Recreation Hall Gets New Lease On Life - New Tigers Earn Stripes As Warsaw Grounds Columbia City

08-23-2002 - Drainage Board May Expand Shatto Cattell Drain Project - Purdue Expert Helps Farmers Grapple With 2002 Farm Bill

08-22-2002 - Watch Your Speed - Police Warn Of Yet Another Telephone Scam

08-21-2002 - Hot Spot - Syracuse Postpones Drainage Meeting With DNR - Parents Complain About Elementary Class Size - Fire Hits Warsaw Apartment

08-20-2002 - Etienne Returns To Warsaw Schools - Pilot Program Improves Pierceton School - Warsaw Looks At 2003 Budget - 3 Parcels Discussed At Warsaw Code Hearing - Driver Faces Charges After Fatal Crash

08-19-2002 - Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway To Buy CTB - No Refund Forthcoming For Rained-Out Vassar Concert - Father, Son Injured, Hospitalized After Dirt Bikes Collide Head-On - Memorial Parade Set For 9/11

08-17-2002 - Syracuse Man In Serious Condition After Accident - Sea Gull Sunset - Teeples Continue Family Farm Tradition - Kosciusko County has almost 60 historic farms - No Homeless Shelter For CCS

08-16-2002 - State Puts County Under West Nile Virus Advisory - Pierceton doc talks about state’s first case

08-15-2002 - Airport Expansion Decision Challenged In Court - Lawsuit Claims Negligence In Death Of Teenager - Webster Studies Storm Drain Upgrades - Town hears update on community center grant - Syracuse Chooses Paint Scheme For Water Tower - Retail Outlets, Used Car Lot Planned On Ind. 15N

08-14-2002 - Bayh Visits Warsaw - Hand Industries founded in 1956 - DARE Officer Resigns - Lots Of New Faces, Ideas In WCHS Band - Silver Lake Seeks DNR Info On Lakefront Land

08-13-2002 - New Bank, Strip Mall Planned On Ind. 15 North - Pierceton Approves Youth Center - Suspect Sought In Pierceton Stabbing - Winona Advertises Tax Rate Of $1.27 For 2003 - County Fair Revenue Down Slightly

08-12-2002 - State, City Work To Solve Waste Treatment Problem - Driver ‘Fair’ After Crash - Fort Wayne Woman Hurt In Friday Night Accident - Teens Recuperate From Injuries In Friday Cycle Crash - Two Hurt In Cycle Crash - State’s First West Nile Case Diagnosed In Pierceton - Hire Park, BMX Racing A Family Affair

08-10-2002 - Residents Tangled In Red Tape Over Clogged Waterway - Warsaw Sewage Plant Cleans Up Overflow

08-09-2002 - County Decides On Requests For New Employees - Charges For Contributing Not Filed In DWI Fatal - 2002 Farm Bill Discussed At FSA Meeting - United Way Allocations Top $1.1 Million During 2002 - United Way Allocations

08-08-2002 - Dusty Chore - Church Seeks Zoning For Youth Center In Pierceton - Lake City Skiers Place 4th Nationally

08-07-2002 - Local Cast Presents ‘Down The Sawdust Trail’ - County OKs Township Budgets - Former Tippy Valley Principal Honored - Manchester Elementary Schools To Reconfigure - Ivy Tech Set For New Campus - Wawasee Budget Advertised High, Will Be Reduced

08-06-2002 - Police Bust Alleged ‘Meth’ Lab On Armstrong Road - County Begins 2003 Budget Process - Current county numbers only estimates until reassessment is completed - Warsaw OKs Fiscal Plan For Annexation Of Orchard Ridge - Back To School Time is Near - 4-H Auction Checks Delayed

08-05-2002 - Webster Cycle Crash Kills Ft. Wayne Man - Syracuse Dedicates Community Center - 1 Hurt, 1 Arrested After Boat Accident On Barbee Lake Barbee Boat Wreck - ATV Flips, Injuring Rider

08-02-2002 - Anderson Man Hospitalized After Near Drowning - Steam Boat - New Oakwood Cemetery Section Nears Completion - ABC Approves Retailer Permits For Louie’s

08-01-2002 - ‘Christmas’ Celebration Is Bittersweet - Police Seize Meth Lab - KCH Breaks Ground For New Cancer Care Center - State Water Ski Winners Announced - Lake City Skiers Place 3rd At Michigan State Invitational - Come ‘Barefoot in the Park’ Aug. 9-11

07-31-2002 - H. Dale Tucker, Former Warsaw Mayor, Dies At 80 - Ray Of Sunshine - Boating Restrictions Proposed To Protect Wawasee, Syracuse Wetlands - CCS Addresses Homelessness With Planned Facility - County Commissioners Approve Road Vacation Over APC Opposition

07-30-2002 - Hess Named New WCS Assistant Superintendent - Warming The Cold Side - Prentice Wins Age Of Excellence Award - Rifle Features Kosciusko County

07-29-2002 - First Come, First Served - IU Doctor Thanks Peachey Donors, Volunteers

07-27-2002 - Colorado Company Dismantles Local Barn For Recycling - No Confirmed Cases Of West Nile Virus In Kosciusko County

07-26-2002 - Morning Stroll

07-25-2002 - Pike Lake Paddler - You'd Be Crazy To Miss 'Crazy For You' - SYRACUSE – Slalom, tricks and jump water skiing all can be seen Saturday and Sunday at the MD Boats 2002 Indiana State Championships at Cindonway Shores, Syracuse.

07-24-2002 - Two Area Men Held For Forgery, Counterfeiting - Arrest Made In Armed Robberies - WL Council Gets Bird’s-Eye View Of Town

07-23-2002 - Looming Morning Figure - Whitko Schools Hopeful About 2003 Budget - Warsaw BZA Approves Variance For CCS Shelter

07-22-2002 - Heat Doesn’t Defeat ‘Relay For Life’ Walkers

07-19-2002 - WCDC Wants To Move Into City Hall

07-18-2002 - CCS To Close Northern Office - Christmas in July set at Kmart, Big Lots - Engineers Name Project Manager For North Webster - Webster Man Charged After Allegedly Selling ‘Meth’ - Lake City Skiers Earn First At Regionals

07-17-2002 - Counterfeit Bills Popping Up Around Warsaw - MasterWorks Fest Concludes This Weekend - Manchester To Vote On Reconfiguration In August - Wawasee Gets Financial Report From Athletic Dept. - Syracuse OKs Budget For 2003, Increases Patrolmen’s Salaries - Town considers Long Drive sewer study - County Buys Road Salt At Bargain Prices

07-16-2002 - Warsaw Schools Begins Budget Process For 2003 - School Board Names McGuire As New WCS Superintendent - Groups Ask To Be Included In 2003 City Budget - Whitko To Try Report Cards Without Grades

07-15-2002 - Trailer Fire - Winona Trims 2003 Budget - Accident Victims’ Conditions Updated - Lilly Offers Grant To Grace - Driver In Fatal Crash On Ind. 13 Tested Positive For Marijuana - Fire Hits Chicken House - Red, White And Blue Theme For Claypool Fest

07-13-2002 - Two Motorcyclists Injured In Accidents - Harmon ‘Graduates’ To Ball State - City, County Set Long-Term Planning Session - Holderman New Jail Commander

07-12-2002 - 4 Kids Still Hospitalized After Church Van Crash - County Non-Profit Organizations Submit Requests For Funding - Peabody To Use Manchester Revenue Bonds For Expansion - Fire Destroys Garage In Milford

07-11-2002 - Church Van Hit By Truck, Child Dies - North Webster Boy Serious After Being Struck By Falling Tree - Teen Critical After Suffering Electric Shock In Wabash - Six Arrested In Two Drug Busts - KCH To Break Ground For Cancer Center

07-10-2002 - New Jail Uniforms - Car Hit By Train, Teen Driver Barely Hurt - Etna Green Studies Use Of Remaining EDIT Funds - Syracuse Works On Department Salaries - Waste District Seeks Funds From Syracuse - Hazardous Waste Collection Grant Nearing End - Heritage Park Annexation Making Headway

07-09-2002 - Milford Chooses Reserve Officers - Motorcycle Accident Injuries Fatal To Warsawan - Blue Coyote Fire Cause Accidental,Officials Say - Burket Elementary Principal Tenders Resignation

07-08-2002 - Motorcyclist Critical After Hitting Deer - South Whitley Woman Dies From Crash Injuries Suffered June 28

07-06-2002 - 2002 County Fair Draws To A Close - 4-H Auction

07-05-2002 - Three Injured In Thursday Accident - Police Persist In Unsolved Murder Cases - Waddle, Jackson Named Little Mr., Miss - APC Approves Petitions, With Conditions - Hall, Haywood Top Talents At Fair - Mentone Fire Causes Problem For Firefighters

07-03-2002 - Carousel - Fight Between Brothers Ends With Stabbing - 3 Held In Thefts From Boats - Commissioners Consider Zoning Ordinance Changes - Ward, Hoskins Win Preschool Contest - Walters Is Top Toddler At Fair

07-02-2002 - Council Reluctantly Approves Addition To City Plan Staff - Mobile Home Fire - Mentone Residents Want Neighbor To Clean Up His Back Yard - Junior Miss, Mister, Miss Teen Named At Fair - 120 Units Take Part In Sunday’s Fair Parade - Manchester Parents Urge Tabling Of Program Restructuring

07-01-2002 - 1 Dies, 3 Hurt When Jeep Rolls Over Near Nappanee - Fireworks Times Listed - 4-H King, Queen Chosen For Fair; Opening Ceremonies Set Tonight

06-29-2002 - Housing Opportunities Offers Grants To Homeowners For Repairs, Modifications - Accident Victim Out Of Hospital, Others Critical - Manchester Institute Serve Local Businesses - Pro-Life Music Festival 2002, ‘Bigger, Better,’ Organizer Says

06-28-2002 - Eight Injured In Crash - County Fair Pageants Changing Direction

06-27-2002 - Local school officials see ruling as ‘crazy,’ ‘ridiculous’ - Summer Days - Wawasee School Board Votes To Sell Property In North Webster - 23-Year-Old Warsaw Man Faces Charges After Reported Rape - KDI Studies Audit Results - County’s New Drug, Alcohol Program Off And Running

06-26-2002 - Making Hay - Farm Accident Claims Life Of Leesburg Man - Winona Plans For ‘Great’ Celebration - July 4 celebration has new wrinkles this year

06-25-2002 - Ligonier Man Drowns Saturday At Tri-County - Variance Approved For Center Quick Sales - Midway ‘Bigger And Better’ At This Year’s Fair - Open Judging Planned Saturday - Milford Completes Budget Workshops - Bayh Representative In Warsaw Wednesday

06-24-2002 - Two Killed When Van Hits Motorcycle On U.S. 30 - Another Mini-Mart Hit By Armed Robber - Webster Cuties - Indiana All-Stars Top Kentucky

06-22-2002 - Tommy James Classic Rock Headliner - De Good Selected 2002 Kosciusko County Fair Queen - Night Golf Outing Set For July 20, Sponsored by Baker Youth - Miller’s To Build Complex

06-21-2002 - Crash Kills Claypool Woman - Firemen Show Support For Ailing Colleague - Local Businesspeople Honored As Entrepreneurs Of The Year - Special Prosecutor Files Alcohol Charges - Boys And Girls Club Conducts Harley-Davidson Raffle

06-20-2002 - Highway Worker Hurt In Crash - Septic System Woes Cause House To Be Condemned - Suit Claims Wrongful Death - Webster Cutie Parade Draws 120 Entries - All-Stars Invade Syracuse

06-19-2002 - Festival Brings ‘Masters’ To Winona Lake - Masterworks Concert Schedule - Council On Aging, CCS Seek Inclusion In County Budget - Syracuse May Make Annual Flotilla A Three-Day Event - Manchester Schools Accepts Bid For Actuarial Study

06-18-2002 - WCS Superintendent Resigns - Whitko Looks At Gym Roofing Bids - New Equipment Brings Sharper Mapping Images - City Releases Liens Against E. Center Property - Valley OKs Contract For Mills - Property Owner Asked To Seed Downtown Lot - Unbelievable!

06-17-2002 - Police Recover Robbery Items - Warsaw Set For Annual Festival - Blackman To Reign Over 2002 Mermaid Festival

06-15-2002 - Souder Visits KCH, Discusses Health Care - Second Convenience Store Robbed At Gunpoint - Milford Fest Carries Patriotic Theme

06-14-2002 - Leesburg Kwikmart Robbed At Gunpoint - County May Create New Drug, Alcohol Program - Fireworks Over Winona Planned For July 6 - Summer Brings New Challenges To Mike Metzger’s ‘Liberty Belle’

06-13-2002 - Anchored In Green - Parents Seek Compensation For Wrongful Death Of Toddler - DePuy Files Lawsuit Against Zimmer - NW Council Denies Approval Of Duplexes In Commercial District

06-12-2002 - Silver Lake Misses Grant By A Phrase - No Air Mattress Needed - Winona Lake To Monitor Traffic Speed On Island - County BZA Approves Zoning For Home-Based Business - NIPSCO Investigating Power Outage - Cardinal Center $1M Golf Shoot-Out Set For June 22-23

06-11-2002 - Fair Board Finalizing Plans For 2002 Event - Royal Crown Requests Continued Abatement - Pierceton Hears Complaints About Dogs, Semis - Manchester Officer Hurt During Arrest - Milford Studies 2003 Budget Issues - Library Censors Internet Porn

06-10-2002 - Fire Destroys Blue Coyote Restaurant In Warsaw - Squire Streak Secures Spot At State

06-08-2002 - Pifer Achieves 13 Years Of Perfect Attendance - Safe Kids Summer Safety Fest Set Next Weekend - Works Board OKs $32K In Pipe, Manhole Repairs

06-07-2002 - 4-H Parade To Start In Winona - Excise Officer Details Rules On Tavern Food - Oakwood Cemetery Installing New Road - CAPE Grant Focuses On Literacy Rates

06-06-2002 - Kentucky Man In Critical Condition After Near-Electrocution - Two Barbee Houses Burn - Grace Period For 219 Area Code Change Ends Next Week - Area Plan Commission Recommends County Ordinance Changes - Commission denies 2 rezoning petitions

06-05-2002 - Summer Streets - Manchester Struggles With Reconfiguration Of Schools - County Looks To Promote Character

06-04-2002 - Warsaw Tavern Worker Shot - Residents Complain About City’s Water Quality - Grant helping rehabilitate former Gatke property - Two Die In Weekend Accidents - Milford Sees 5.7 Percent Budget Increase For 2003

06-03-2002 - Firemen Douse Car Fire - Golden Hues - Private Screening - Miss Mentone - Cinderella Squires Capture Wabash Sectional Title

06-01-2002 - Group Seeks To Make County ‘Kid Friendly’ - 40 Developmental Assets - Winona Celebrates Sunday’s Heritage With Festival Next Weekend - Local Bands To Perform At Wizards Game - After 21 Years, KABS Still Offering Rides

05-31-2002 - Webster Begins Process To Complete Community Center - Income survey to be conducted - Top Students Named At Triton - Awards Given For Attendance, Achievements

05-30-2002 - Special Prosecutor Sought To Probe Fatal Accident - Triton Students Are Top Destination Imagination Team In The World - Kosciusko Solid Waste District Initiates Program To Collect Worn-Out Electronic Devices

05-29-2002 - Community Theater Group Forming In Winona Lake - Warsaw Names Top Students

05-28-2002 - Memorial Observances - Top Students Announced At Lakeland Christian

05-25-2002 - Legion Post 49 Rededicated Friday

05-24-2002 - Contrast In Styles - Motorcyclist Injured When Hit By Truck

05-23-2002 - Orbans Win $3.2-Million Judgment Against Melching - ‘Pot’ Seized; 2 Arrested - Memorial Day Observances Planned Throughout County - Whitko Mistakenly On Improvement List

05-22-2002 - More layoffs seen at Dana Corp. - Police chief seeks to expand skate ordinance - County Denies Claim For Paint Damage - Manchester Comes Up Empty In Superintendent Search

05-21-2002 - City Looks To Implement Downtown Improvements - Whitko Hears Report On’ Basic Skills’ - Ogle To Replace Rhodes As Head Tiger Hoops Coach - Triton Schools Could Feel Brunt Of Lear Corp. Closing - Legion Celebrates 50 Years - Wrongful Death Suit Filed - Top Three Students Named At Manchester

05-20-2002 - Barn Destroyed At Mentone - Driver Faces Alcohol Charges After Crash Kills Claypool Teen - EMS Help Is Just A Heartbeat Away

05-18-2002 - Wife’s CPR Saves Husband’s Life - Kids Get A Look At Driving Drunk - BOW OKs Additional Engineering

05-17-2002 - House Fire - Kosciusko Mental Health Association Gets $30K Grant - Fireman Credited With Saving Barn Near Sidney - Rhodes Resigns As Coach At Warsaw, Plans To Stay Involved In Game

05-16-2002 - Rhodes Ends 22-Year Legendary Tiger Career - City Sues Owners Of Building At 110 E. Center St. - Scheer’s Lumberjack Show Set Saturday In Syracuse - WCDC Releases Schedule For City Of Lakes Fest

05-15-2002 - Wawasee Moves To Soften Budget Impact - Etna Cracks Down On Trash - Winona Bans Through Trucks - Mason Health Care Celebrates National Nursing Home Week - Contractor To Remove Lodged Tree Limb - Warsaw Relay Team Snatches Sectional Championship

05-14-2002 - Mobile Home A Total Loss - Zoning Board OKs Accessory Building Along Country Club Drive - Planners Look At Proposal For New Bank Branch - Tippecanoe Valley OKs Staff Salaries - Miller’s To Build Assisted Living Complex - Milford Works To Finance Sewage Improvements

05-13-2002 - Driver Injured - Webster Robbers Flee Empty-Handed - Warsaw First-Grader Wins State Chess Tourney - Group Of Students Helps Local Causes - Triton Students Headed For National Competition

05-11-2002 - Safe Kids Urges Use Of Helmets - Library Friends To Help During Move

05-10-2002 - Signs Of Life - Some At-Risk Students Fail To Show Academic Improvement - County Clerk Gets One Of Two New Employees Requested - Quilt Display On Tap - Syracuse Students Show Patriotism - Memorial Boys, Northridge Girls Win NLC Track Meet

05-09-2002 - Cop, Portable Defibrillator Save A Life In Silver Lake - 43 Honored For ‘Hearts Of Gold’ - Students Face Charges After Bomb Threat

05-08-2002 - Primary Election Winners In Kosciusko County - Township Winners In Kosciusko County

05-07-2002 - Early Voting - Murder Victim Shot Five Times - City Mulls Options For Parker, DuBois - Brumfield Named Principal At WCHS - Mentone Officer Tenders Resignation - Wawasee Names Top Students - Triton Students Retake ISTEPs - Manchester Gets First Conference Win Over Whitko

05-06-2002 - Deer Causes Crash; 3 Hurt - Doctor’s Office Employee Faces Drug Charges - New Warsaw PD Takes Visitors Over Weekend - Warsaw Boys Win Homestead Invitational

05-04-2002 - Coroner Rules Death Accidental - City Firemen Recieve Good Samaritin Award - Silver Lake Memorial Park Nearer To Reality

05-03-2002 - Man Slain In Warsaw - Residents Speak Against Alcohol Permit Request - Alcohol Permit Must Be Used To Remain Active, Excise Officer Says - KLA Class Graduate

05-02-2002 - Planners Postpone Action On Rezoning Requests - Manchester Looks At Ways To Help Fund LifeMed - Molesting Charges Filed - Warsaw Baseball Team Beats Wawasee In 5 Innings Again

05-01-2002 - 24 Students ‘Graduate’ From R.R. Donnelley Middle School Project - Family Swim - Valley Girls Win, Rochester Boys Edge Triton

04-30-2002 - Driver Flees - Two Arrested In Manchester On Drug Charges - Indiana Farm Bureau Endorses Souder - Whitko Names Top Students - LifeMed Gets Needed Funds

04-29-2002 - Frantzes Work To Preserve Their ‘Wildwood’ - Nappanee Man Charged With Murder - Syracuse Celebration

04-27-2002 - Manchester Students Celebrate Arbor Day - New Red Cross Director Focuses On Education

04-26-2002 - Rainforest Biosphere - Crash Kills Former Warsawan - Whitko School Board Candidates Meet The Public - KDI Discusses Dana, Fund-Raising, Ivy Tech

04-25-2002 - WCHS Students Try To Make Difference In The Community - Winona Senior Center Over Budget - Motorcyclist Hits Deer - Drainage Board Considers Rate Hike - Judge Seeks Re-Election To Superior Court II

04-24-2002 - 64 Face Charges After Officers Bust Alleged Cock Fight - Commissioners Want Complete Package Of Changes To County’s Zoning Rules - Homelessness Hits Home - Manchester Gym Project Behind Schedule - Wawasee FFA Chapter Honors Members, Community

04-23-2002 - Warsaw Housing Authority Completes Move To Union St. - Relay For Life Seeks Teams To Fight Cancer - Winona Redevelopment Panel Exercises Eminent Domain On Property At Park And Canal - Warsaw Zoners Table Gast Fuel Request For Use Variance - Request for church denied - Syracuse Earns ‘Tree City USA’ Designation

04-22-2002 - Four Hurt In Crash At 1100N - Kids Respond Well To YMCA’s ‘Teen Night’

04-20-2002 - Warsaw’s Biblical Gardens Are Some Of Nations Finest - Local Kids Taste-Test New Kellogg’s Cereals - Taste Of Downtown Set May 19

04-19-2002 - Potawatomi Artist To Appear At Jail Museum Saturday - Looking For A Housekeeper, This Woman Found A Friend - WCDC Discusses Wentzel Building, Lake Levels, Taste Of Downtown - Police Probe Break-In At Gunshop

04-18-2002 - Old Webster School Desks Find New Homes In Romania - Akron Man ‘Fair’ After Accidental Gun Wound - Shooting Threat Brings Intimidation Charge

04-17-2002 - Warsaw Parks Board Awards Contract For Concessions - Syracuse To Buy Ambulance - Wawasee Parent Complains About Playground Equipment - Stafford To Retire After 40-Plus Years With City - Leadership Academy Gears Up For Project Proud - Power Out After ‘Arrester’ Blows On NIPSCO Line - Senior Quartet Leads TIgers To Victory

04-16-2002 - Noon Break - Ivy Tech Makes Commitment To Warsaw - Jail Escapee Captured After 2 Weeks - No Layoffs Seen At Warsaw - City Begins Demolition Proceedings - Whitko Props Up Budget By Nixing Summer School - Youth Center Hosts Car Show - Syracuse Man Sentenced In Child Neglect Case - Ten-Run First Inning Lifts Warsaw Over Wawasee

04-15-2002 - Arts, Culture Celebration Scheduled This Weekend - Elected Official Arrested On DUI Charge - Syracuse Boy Injured In Friday ATV Accident - Jarrett Leaves Nashville Singing The Blues

04-13-2002 - Souder Sees Links Between Narcotics, Immigration, Trade - Literacy Group Sponors Staff Appreciation Luncheon - Syracuse Hosts Open House For Primary Candidates

04-12-2002 - Truck Driver Sentenced After Fatal Crash - County Considering More Study Of Western Route - Tuition To Rise At Ivy Tech Campuses Statewide - Local increases kept to minimum - Youth Club Offers ‘2nd Shift’ Activities

04-11-2002 - Restitution Ordered After Crash That Caused House Fire - Manchester Waits On County To Act On LifeMed Proposal - Local Couple Describe Recent Visit To Middle East - By Dale Hubler, Times-Union Sports Writer

04-10-2002 - Lone Loon - Manchester Forced To Cut Teaching Staff - Etna Green Mural Protected, Building Owner Must Pay Sewer Bill - Waste District Finances At Low Ebb - Students Gear Up For Career Fair

04-09-2002 - Jail Open House This Weekend - Fisher Murder Charge Dropped - Financing options explained by consultant - Attorney outlines steps to annex properties - Mentone Resident Expresses Concerns

04-08-2002 - Warsaw FD Gets New, More Casual Duty Wear - 20-Year-Old Faces Charges After Scuffle With Police

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04-05-2002 - Feathered Fishermen - State Drops Lawsuit Against Syracuse Care Agency - Alcohol Petition Delayed For Warsaw Club - Oakwood Staff Finishes Spring Cleanup

04-04-2002 - Accomplices Arrested In Inmate Escape - April Showers - County Plan Commission Approves Changing Subdivision Ordinance - Coy Named New United Way Director

04-04-2002 - Accomplices Arrested In Inmate Escape - April Showers - County Plan Commission Approves Changing Subdivision Ordinance - Coy Named New United Way Director

04-02-2002 - Police Looking For Escaped Inmate - Triton 10th-Grade ISTEPs Drop

04-01-2002 - Warsaw Man Dives For Treasure, Realizes His Dream

03-30-2002 - Spectacular Sunset - Old Friends Reconnect After 35 Years Apart - Lugar Rep. To Be In Warsaw Tuesday - Ag Days For County Students Are April 9-10 - Metro All-Stars Down Area Team 122-101

03-29-2002 - Drainage Board OKs Request To Build Wetland - 3 County Students Awarded Full-Ride Scholarships - Pierceton Receives Housing Grant - Metro All-Stars Down Area Team 122-101

03-28-2002 - Dimas Gets 68 Years - Griffith Selected As Turkey Creek Trustee - Bomb Threat Brings 1-Year Term

03-27-2002 - Commissioners, Planners Discuss Zoning Issues - County seeks to save money by refinancing Justice Building bonds - Fatal Crash Victim Was Driving Car - City Employees Off Work On Good Friday

03-26-2002 - Schools Keep Watchful Eye On State Budget - Winona Hit By State Cuts - Warsaw Zoners Approve Extra ‘Accessory Structure’ - Armed Robber Hits Warsaw Eatery - Three Held In Wawasee Burglaries

03-25-2002 - Spring Cleaning - Two Injured - Helmke Discusses Bid For Souder’s Seat In Congress - Souder Replaces Bentson As Lyceum Speaker

03-23-2002 - Ralph Fisher A Free Man - Winona Lake Honors Disbro

03-22-2002 - Defense Rests In Ralph Fisher Murder Trial - Nelson To Run For County Prosecutor - Coroner Gives Updates On Two Local Cases - Steve Reed Named To Silver Anniversary Team

03-21-2002 - Victim’s Husband Testifies That Witness Is Lying - No Injuries Reported In Warsaw Plating Fire Wednesday Night - Area Police Warn Of Suspicious Man - Caruso A Candidate For Superior II Judgeship - Warsaw Wrestling Club Builds Foundation For Future

03-20-2002 - Jason Fisher Testifies Against His Father - Spring Has Sprung - Cameras Clarify Manchester Views On Safety - City Reviews Lake City Greenway Plans - Syracuse Designates ‘Shanna Zolman Day’ - Fifteen Years Later, Rick Fox Has It All

03-19-2002 - Triton Teacher Contract Approved - Defense Attorney Says Ralph Fisher Has Alibi - WCS Approves $30 Million Building Bond - Warsaw to take part in ‘Veterans Project’ - Group Of Whitko Patrons Forms Soccer Club - City Scales Down Whimet Tax Abatement Request

03-18-2002 - Semi Hits Farm & Fleet Bldg. - Murder Trial Begins For Ralph Fisher - Shanna Zolman Named Miss Basketball

03-16-2002 - Body Is Positively Identified As Endicott - Mentone Fire - Warsaw Chooses Contractors For Treatment Plant - Warsaw Collector New Owner Of Jim Brown Football Helmet

03-15-2002 - Woman’s Body Found In Warsaw - County To Hike Medical Co-Pay For Jail Inmates - Three Nabbed In Syracuse Drug Bust - Silver Lake To Fix Iron Removal Unit - DNR Fights County Gypsy Moth Infestations

03-14-2002 - Jefferson Twp. Police Chase Ends In Crash, Arrest - Teen Critical After Train Hits Car - Winona Changes System Of Collecting Seat Belt Violation Fees - Minnick Resigns After 13 Years As Webster Town Superintendent - Winona Planners Table Request For Western Drive Development - Caucus Will Be Called To Replace Turkey Creek Trustee

03-13-2002 - Wawasee Teachers Get New Contracts - Field Fire - Solid Waste District Tax Rate To Be Unchanged For 2003 - Wawasee Academy Offers Alternative Setting - Etna Green Mulls Hiring ‘Money Finder’

03-12-2002 - Fisher Trial To Proceed - Silver Lake Man Arrested After Citizen Chase - Souder Makes Campaign Stop In Syracuse - Warsaw Takes First Step Toward Approving 148-Unit Complex - Milford Council Selects Engineer - Arrests Made In On Cue Robbery

03-11-2002 - County Clerk Discusses Office Closing, Voter Information - Ice Formations - WPD Officer Injured While Serving Warrant - DNR Meetings Aim To Delay Gypsy Moths - NCAA Hoops Contest Carries $25,000 Grand Prize, $500 Shopping Spree - ML Motorsports Team Finishes Fifth In Rain-Shortened Race

03-09-2002 - Tinkey To Run For Superior Court Judge

03-08-2002 - Skunk Or Squirrel? - State Seeks To Close Syracuse Home Health Agency - Silver Lake Alcohol Permit Put In Escrow For Another Year - Webster Mainstreet Group Updates Projects, Hears Reports

03-07-2002 - Planners Urged To Get Advice On Ag II Rezoning, Sell-Offs, Exempt Acreage - Colorful Day’s End - County Denies Car Lot Request - Home Show Largest In Warsaw History - Reinholt’s Wins Quiz Bowl; Event Raises More Than $4K For Education Foundation'

03-06-2002 - Fight Leads To Charges Against Warsaw Brothers - North Webster Seniors Seek Space In Community Center - No Worries - Manchester Approves Re-Roofing Project Bid - Foundation Seeks ‘Hearts Of Gold’

03-05-2002 - Warsaw Groups Study Plans For Downtown Renewal - Mentone Resolves Billing Problem - Smoke Detectors Offered To CCS Clients - Trition School Board OKs Senior Trip To Chicago - Extension Board Adds New Members At Annual Meeting - Fisher Files Alibi Defense

03-04-2002 - Crash Kills Pierceton 20-Year-Old - Brain Game - County Farmers Eligible For Low-Interest Loans - DeKalb Derails Tiger Boys’ Tournament Run

03-02-2002 - Dimas Found Guilty - Family Begins Recovery Following Week-Long Trial - Miller Enters 2004 Race For Governor - Tigers Down Carroll, To Clash With DeKalb For Sectional Title

03-01-2002 - Closing Arguments Today In Dimas Murder Trial - Flagstone Terrace Flooding Discussed - U.S. 30 Rest Stop To Close March 11 - Labor Secy. Findlay Speaks To Local GOP - Warsaw Chase Ends With Arrest

02-28-2002 - Grisly Testimony, Evidence Stun Victim’s Family - Hoosier Winter - KDI Hears Report On Dana’s Status - Wilson Honored - Whitko Shocks Valley At Plymouth Sectional

02-27-2002 - Wawasee Teacher Contract Near - County Hears Change Requests, Mattress Costs For New Jail - CR 250E Reconstruction Set to Begin This Spring - Manchester Patrons Express Concerns About Elementary Reconfiguration - WCHS Seniors Finalists In Merit Program - Ruppel To Seek Re-Election

02-26-2002 - Winter Finally Arrives - Dimas Seeks Continuance, Mistrial - Warsaw Schools Spells Out Building Plans - Warsaw Zoners Approve Variance

02-25-2002 - Dimas Described As ‘Cold’ In Pre-Trial Testimony - Kosciusko Inmates Attempt Suicide - Cops Say Semi Driver Disregarded Signal - Farm Bureau Sponsors Forum With Lawmakers Ruppel, Wolkins

02-23-2002 - Warsaw Man Returns From Mission In Afghanistan - Board Of Works Opens Bids For Wastewater Treatment Plant - WPD Seeking Witnesses To Friday Accident - Sammons Announces His Candidacy For County Sheriff - WHS Retires No. 24 - Strong Second Half Puts Tiger Boys At 19-2

02-22-2002 - Morning Crash - Rules Changed Regarding Military Grave Markers - ‘Rudy’ Tackles Topic Of Dreams At WCHS - Jury Selection Under Way In Dimas Trial

02-21-2002 - WCDC Reviews Bylaws - Warsaw Man Convicted Of Calling In Bomb Threat; Faces 3 Years In Prison - Triton Studies Possibility Of Drug Searches - This Year’s Property Tax Bills Won’t Show Effects Of Court-Ordered Reassessment

02-20-2002 - Jury Mulls Bomb Threat Case - Wawasee Teachers Urge ‘Equitable’ Contract - School board approves sale of old Webster elementary - Patrons Tour New North Webster Elementary School - Parks Schedule Summer Events - Manchester Schools Accept Gym Renovation Bids - ‘Ball’ Nets $9,000 For Red Cross - Webster Takes Possession Of Old Elementary - Tiger Boys Win In OT

02-19-2002 - Warsaw Council Considers Whimet Tax Abatement - Code Enforcement Fines Property Owner $1,000 - Two Candidates File For Seats On Valley School Board

02-18-2002 - No Injuries In Pierceton Mobile Home Fire - 14-Year-Old’s Dad Reports Rape - Viking Girls Fall Short At Regional

02-16-2002 - Feathered Friend - Webster Day Care Teacher Educates More Than Kids - You can be a puppy trainer - Valley Gets Big Win Over Triton On Senior Night

02-15-2002 - The Sap Is Running - County ‘Shocked’ By Number Of Jailers Required - Cowboys Take Part In Samaritan Roundup - Mentone Woman Killed In Crash - Driver Pleads Guilty In Fatal Crash - Methodist Thrift Store In Syracuse Celebrates 40 Years In Business - $12 Million Settlement In 2000 Crash

02-14-2002 - The Weather At Lakeview - Residents Scrutinize Western Route Plan - Webster Studies Proposals From Firms Interested In Community Center - Settlement Reached In Wrongful Death - Manchester Fire’s Cause Listed As Unknown - More Candidates Seeking Office

02-13-2002 - On Frozen Pond - Driver Refuses Treatment - County Looks Into Prisoner Transition Program - Manchester Pharmacy Robbed - Etna Settles Dispute With Contractor - Manchester Panel Reviews Ideas For School Efficiency - Winona Encounters Problems In Senior Center Renovation

02-12-2002 - Valley Studies Student Ranking System - Crash Injuries Fatal To Warsaw Woman - Parent Complains About Bullying On Bus - Warsaw Planners Decide Kroger Gas Kiosk Issue

02-11-2002 - 10-Year-Old Charged With Recklessness - Public Meeting Planned For Western Route - Driver Education Sign-Up Deadline Tuesday - Fire Kills 45-Year-Old North Manchester Man - More Candidates File For Elected Office - Tommy James Signed For June 21 Concert In Park - Valley Girls Win First Sectional In School History

02-09-2002 - Kerlin Motor Celebrates 75 Years In Silver Lake - WCHS Principal, Others ‘Dying’ For Cans

02-08-2002 - On The Move - Trial Set For Fisher In Vroman Murder Case - 2002 Parade Site Selected - Violations Cause Delay In Syracuse Bar’s Permit Renewal - Parks Department Hires New Activities Director - Peachey Fund Gets Commitment From Lilly - Alcohol Invoved In Fatal Accident - Rhodes Wins 400th, Edison’s 450th Put On Hold

02-07-2002 - Kent Benson To Speak At Grace College - Robber Sentenced - Manchester Refinances Sewer Revenue Bond - WCHS Resumes Drug Testing - County Discusses Zoning Changes - Planners OK Residential Development - Commissioners To Hear Planning Proposals

02-06-2002 - More Candidates File For Seats In Upcoming Election - Study Shows Decline In Manchester’s Student Enrollment - 21-Year-Old’s Arrest Nets 4 Pounds Of ‘Pot’ - Police Investigate Armed Robbery On Warsaw’s West Side - Rabbit Princess Talks To Students - Sluggish Shooting Leads To Tiger Sectional Loss

02-05-2002 - Warsaw Aims To Clean Up Gatke Property - NIPSCO Announces February Cost Cuts - Quiz Bowl Brings Fun, Funds To Education - Mentone, Pro-Form At Odds Over Sewer Cleaning Bill

02-04-2002 - Nearly All Electrical Service Restored - Teen Dies From Injuries Suffered In Jan. 27 Crash - Woman Reports Rape In Warsaw - Tiger Boys Down Marion

02-02-2002 - Some County Residents Still Without Power - Sun Metal Sells Warsaw Building To Whimet Inc. - Grace Planning New Student Recreation Center - Allens Design Necklace For Red Ball - Tiger Win Streak Halted In Double-Overtime Thriller

02-01-2002 - 2 Dead In Syracuse; Police Suspect Murder/Suicide - Thousands Still Without Power - Plaque To Name Supporters Of Community Center In Syracuse

01-31-2002 - Speedy Trial Rule Forces Release Of Murder Suspect - Ice Downs Limbs, Lines - Manchester Chamber Hires New Director - DNR Rejects Manchester Park Plan - K21 Foundation Donates Land For Greenway Project

01-30-2002 - Attorney Seeks To Have Fred Fisher Released - County To Buy New Software For Voter Registration - County Needs More Time To Decide On Subdivision - More Candidates File Intentions To Run In 2002 - CCS Program Helps Clients Establish Credit, Get To Work - SWCD Holds Annual Banquet, Presents Awards

01-29-2002 - Waggoner Seeks Second Term As County Prosecutor - Consultants Offer Suggestions To Spruce Up Downtown Warsaw - WHA Board Reorganizes, Lauds Ruggier-Milton For Service - Local Program Urges Residents to ‘Lighten Up’

01-28-2002 - Rochester Man Critical After Car Flips - Wayward Shadow - WCDC To Hear Report On 5-Year Plan For Downtown - Tiger Girls Run Away From NorthWood

01-26-2002 - Season On The Brink - Judge Mulls Fisher’s Bond - 10-Year-Old Caught With ‘Pot’ At School - War‘Shaw’ Boys Build Win From Clay

01-25-2002 - Stars And Stripes - Drainage Board Seeks More Info On Phillips Drain - Warsaw Doctor Pleads Guilty In Phony Prescription Case - WCDC Director Knows No Limits - Lawrence Wins County Bee - Police Warn Of Canadian Lottery Scam - Red-Light Bill Approved By State Senate

01-24-2002 - KDI Eyes Dana Status - Homeschooler Wins Middle School Bee

01-23-2002 - Winona Hears Report On Greenway Financing - Manchester School Board Member Trickle Won’t Seek Re-Election - Homeschooler Wins Elementary Bee - Whitko Seeks To Explain Board Election Process - Inmate Convicted After Scuffle With Officers - 64-Year-Old’s Death Ruled Accidental - Warsaw Dominates Whitko, Improves To 15-3

01-22-2002 - Silver Lake School May Stay Open After All - Valley Questions Use Of Funds For School Magazine - Warsaw Designates No Parking On North Reed Street - Murder Case Hearing Rescheduled - Wrongful Death Suit Filed In Traffic Crash - Motorcyclist Charged With Causing Injury - Whitko Hears Report On Students’ Test Scores - Residents Gather To Celebrate Life Of Martin Luther King - Farm & Fleet Issues More Info On Gift Certificates, Store Closing - Broadcaster Rita Price Honored By IHSAA Tonight

01-21-2002 - Seasonal Scene - Winona Looks At Progress On Goals For 2001 - Warsaw Girls Roll Over Concord

01-19-2002 - County ‘Bee’ Next Week - WPD Warns Of Lottery Scam - Expect Sewage Rate Increase On Feb. Billing - Smith Congratulated At Works Meeting, July Car Show To Return Downtown - Tiger Boys Edge Concord Minutemen

01-18-2002 - Syracuse Cops Raid Alleged ‘Meth’ Lab - Farm & Fleet Now Accepting Gift Certificates - Phony Bills Found In Manchester - Red-Light Camera Legislation Reintroduced - Moore Leads Lancers To MCC Victory

01-17-2002 - Chamber Lauds Hall, Smith - Conspiracy Charge Dropped In Ralph Fisher’s Case - Dimas Gets New Attorney - Barnett Takes Over As Veterans’ Service Officer - Warsaw Gets Grant To Clean Up Gatke Property

01-16-2002 - Souder Visits Local CCS Office - Syracuse Prepares For Water Treatment Improvements - Syracuse Resident Helps Fund Lighthouse On Community Center - County Closes Rail Crossing, Vacates CR 450E - Wawasee Bounces Back To Top Whitko

01-15-2002 - Triton Board Reorganizes - Milford Studies Fiscal Plan, Ordinance For Annexation - City To Fund Traffic Study For Kroger Gas Kiosk - Township Trustee Retires After 24 Years Of Service

01-14-2002 - Making History - Warsaw Man Charged In Fatal July Accident - Latest Habitat Home Dedicated Sunday - Hicks Named To IACT Executive Committee - Zolman Etches Place In History

01-12-2002 - Foundry Molten Metal Accident Injures Worker - Board Of Works Rejects Bids - County, State Offices Up For Election - Taking Flight - Shaw Leads Tigers To Thrilling Win

01-11-2002 - Pike Lake Sunrise - WSC Hears Alternate Plan For Silver Lake - What about taxes? - What’s next? - County OKs Salaries, Transfers, Appropriations - MLK Gospel Tribute Set Jan. 20 - Farm & Fleet Gift Certificates Tied Up In Bankruptcy - Syracuse Man Faces Charges Of Battery, Neglect - Robbery Suspect Pleads Guilty

01-10-2002 - 2001-2002: The Winter Of Low Snow Content - Rovenstine To Seek 2nd Term As Sheriff - Manchester Discusses Town’s Future Plans

01-09-2002 - Son Says Dad Killed Kathy Vroman - Truex To Head Waste Board - Claypool Man Dies In Crash On Ind. 15S - Winona Addresses Lift Station Problems - Patriotic Theme Chosen For Annual Red Ball Fund-Raiser - K21 Foundation Announces Grant Application Deadline - Warsaw Boys Get Come-From-Behind Win Over Valparaiso

01-08-2002 - Columbia City Man Critically Injured - WCS Schedules Final Public Work Session On Building Plans - Warsaw’s proposed building program - New Area Codes Take Effect Jan. 15 - Mentone To Update Town’s Billing, Bookkeeping Software - Western Route Project Meeting Announced

01-07-2002 - Murder Charge Filed Against Ralph Fisher - Hearn Announces Plans To Run For Prosecutor

01-05-2002 - Local Torch Bearer - Works Board Kicks Off 2002 - Cardinal Gets $800K Grant - Winona Exercises Eminent Domain On Apartment Building - Tiger Boys Escape With NLC Win

01-04-2002 - Two County Murder Cases Moving Forward - Gone Fishin’ - Local Liquor Permit Held In Escrow Pending Site Approval - Traffic Panel Ordinance Updated - Teen Faces Weapons Charge - Cemetery Board Names Officers - Whitko Opens January With Win Over Wawasee

01-03-2002 - First Harvest - Winona Resident To Carry Olympic Torch - Amputation no disability for Hook - Quality Stores Closing - Town Life Center In Manchester Gets Funds For Repairs - Planners Report On 2001 Activities ... - ... OK Preliminary Plat For Subdivision - State’s Jobless Rate At 4.3% - Wife Injured, Husband Charged

01-02-2002 - Fire Destroys Mobile Home Near Atwood - Warsaw Woman Reports Rape - Commissioners Finish Business On Last Day Of 2001 - First Baby

12-31-2001 - Storm, crime, schools are year’s top stories - U.S. 30 Shell Hit By Robbers - Driver Tests Postive For ‘Pot’

12-29-2001 - Triathlete Competes Despite Parkinson’s - Valley Gets 'A Win' Over Rochester

12-28-2001 - Emergency Status Speeds S. Lake Filter Replacement - Webster Council Finishes 2001 Business

12-27-2001 - Robber Fires Shot In Pierceton Mini-Mart - Snow Dusting - Ex-Council Member Thanks Winona Town Employees - Trash Pickup Schedules Changed

12-24-2001 - Four Arrested In Connection WIth On Cue Robbery - Man Charged In Barbee Lake Area Burglaries

12-22-2001 - The Stars Were Brightly Shining - Have Tree, Will Travel - Warsaw American Legion Post Seeks Donations For Building Repair - National Legion Headquartered In Indianapolis - BOW Opens New Sewer Facility Bids - Warsaw Boys Advance To NLC Tournament Championship Game

12-21-2001 - Change In The Weather - Cash, Checks Stolen During Armed Robbery At Warsaw’s ‘On Cue’ - Da-Lite Donates $100K To Grace - Local Educators React To Latest ISTEP Scores - Manchester Schools Boost Emphasis On Reading

12-20-2001 - Local ISTEP+ Scores Follow State Trends - Manchester Looks At Graduates’ Preparedness - Police Warn Residents Of Possible Scam - Gelbaugh Named Winona’s Fireman Of Year - Syracuse Town Council Wraps Up Year-End Business

12-19-2001 - Driver Hurt When Semi Overturns - Neighborhood Residents Ask City To Designate Reed Street As One Way - Value Of Curriculum Noted At Manchester - County Votes Not To Vacate Portion Of CR 350N - Veterans Affairs Officer Retiring - Warsaw Teams Dominate Northridge To Open Tourney - Tiger Girls Roll, Face Wawasee Again - Triton Girls Survive Whitko Threat - Wawasee Gets Back On Track With Win Over NorthWood - Wawasee Girls Rock NorthWood - 'Jen'erally Speaking - Did You Hear What I Heard?

12-18-2001 - Police Probe 2 Burglaries In Warsaw - Alley Closing, Trash Pickup Schedules Set - WCS Board Hears From SOS Architect - Triton Elementary ISTEPs Lower In Language, Higher In Math - Firemen Honored For Life-Saving Efforts

12-17-2001 - Police Seek Leads In North Webster Robbery Try - Teen Hurt When 4-Wheeler Hits Fence - Warsaw Man Suffers Stab Wound In Robbery - Warsaw House Fire Under Investigation - Warriors Win Round One Against Warsaw

12-15-2001 - Agency’s New Transitional Housing Unit Named After Kosciusko Law Pioneer - House offers solace for families in crisis - Warsaw Boys Win NLC Opener

12-14-2001 - Fisher Faces More Charges In Murder Of Milford Woman - Wawasee Discusses ISTEP, Sets Wages - ‘Angel Tree’ Makes Christmas Special For Kids

12-13-2001 - Dana To Sell Syracuse Plant - Fleagle Appointed As Wayne Twp. Trustee - New Wal-Mart Building Solid, Manager Says - Church Named Marshal At Webster - Miller Humbled By God, Family, Job

12-12-2001 - December Mowing - Etna Green Still At Odds With Wastewater Contractor - Etna Green clerk-treasurer’s job becomes full-time - Silver Lake Announces Date For Lake Area Annexation - Manchester Parks Board Hikes Rates - Waste District Collects Shoes To Distribute To Needy Families - Winona Agrees To Be LCA Bonding Agent - Library Loans Out Nearly .5 Million Items - Leininger, No. 6 Tigers Down Columbia City

12-11-2001 - Marion Driver Dies In Crash At Ind. 15 And U.S. 6 - WCS Hears Input From Patrons On Building Plans - Police Investigate Two Reports Of Missing Persons - Valley Board Discusses Opening Communication Lines With Teachers - Syracuse Park Board Hears Report On Community Center - Power Outage, Accident Interrupt Milford Town Council Meeting

12-10-2001 - Toys For Tots - Tippy Watershed Group Gets Grant To Continue Conservation Efforts - Warsaw Zoners Look At Request For Setback Variance - Red Cross Starts Military Gift Program - Valley Wins Ugly Over John Glenn

12-08-2001 - In Honor - School board sets 2nd public meeting - Anti-terrorism Task Force Meets - Manchester Squeaks By Whitko, 44-41

12-07-2001 - Kosciukso dispatcher spoke with victim’s father - El Arriero Gets Permit To Sell Liquor - Warsaw Kiwanis Club Hosts Video Conference With Terror Expert - Wiggins Appointed To Executive Committee Of Indiana Association Of Cities And Towns - Cemetery Board Clarifies Veterans Marker Policy - Valley Girls Halt Triton Win Streak

12-06-2001 - ‘Wreath Of Hope’ Tea Raises $12K - Manchester Won’t Change Street Names - Cops Probe Possible Carjacking - Valley Girls Halt Triton Win Streak

12-05-2001 - Closure proposed for rail crossing at CR 450E, south of U.S. 30 - County hears report on work of school resource officers - Bids opened for two single-axle dump trucks for highway dept. - Continuance Granted In Fisher Case - Pearl Harbor Ceremony Set - Manchester Fifth-Graders Show ‘Product’ To School Board - Holiday Music, Videos Lift The Spirits During An Otherwise Trying Time - Grace Wind Ensemble Set For Thursday Evening Performance - Vikings Show Improvement Against Plymouth

12-04-2001 - Manchester Man Arrested In Arson Plot - Wacky Weather: Enjoy it now, it won’t last - Late-Autumn Morning - Mentone Firemen Return From ‘Ground Zero’ - Semis, Pickup Collide On U.S. 30 West; Highway Closed For More Than Eight Hours - Santa’s House Arrives At Kmart - Four Hurt In Milford Accident - Mentone Conducts Fall Business

12-03-2001 - Author Adams To Speak On Heart Disease At ‘Holiday Tea’ - Strong First Half Fuels Tiger Win

12-01-2001 - Local Marines Collect Toys For Tots - Book Chronicles History Of Warsaw - Notestine Resigns From Red Cross - Squires Improve To 3-0

11-30-2001 - Four Hurt When Bus Hits Pickup - Area Code Switch Coming Jan. 15 - Wagon Wheel Performers Talk About Ties To NYC - Police Believe Enchanted Hills Fire Linked To Meth Lab - Gingerbread Creations On Display At Museum - Manchester Boys Pick Up First Win Of Season Over Tippecanoe Valley

11-29-2001 - Public Servants Face Indictments - Police Probe Warsaw Robbery - County GOP To Choose New Wayne Trustee - Webster Senior Citizens Seeking To Organize - Milford Crash Injuries Serious To Greenfield Man - No. 10 Warsaw Downs Northrop, Prepares For Huntington North Tonight

11-28-2001 - Officer Hurt In Raid On Milford Meth Lab - Armed Robber Targets Business In North Webster - Winona OKs Sewage Rate Increase - Coons Gives Update On CCS Activities, Direction - Greg Clay Strong In The Fourth, Tiger Boys Win

11-27-2001 - Time-Saving Tilling - Zoning Board Approves Request To Operate Waste Removal Facility - Manchester Ordinance Would Require Permit For Property Demolition - Grace Volleyball Team Heads For Nationals

11-26-2001 - Sunrise Silhouette - Tiger Boys Lose Season Opener In OT

11-24-2001 - Post-Thanksgiving Trot - Zoners To Consider Variance For Waste Removal Facility - Tiger Girls Pass Test, Remain Undefeated

11-23-2001 - Shopping Season Takes Off; Local Retailers Optimistic - Wednesday Traffic Fatality Caused By Driver’s Heart Attack - Whitko Boys Fall In Hoops Season Opener - Valley Opens Season With Overtime Loss To St. Joe

11-21-2001 - Elks Members Busy Cooking Up Free Meals - Syracuse Cops Raid Suspected Meth Lab - Manchester Studies Options For New Seats In Old Gym - Commissioners Table Request To Vacate Portion Of CR 350N - City Approves Use Of Park For Ice Rink - Young Warriors Show Poise, Open Season With Win

11-20-2001 - WCS Sets Rules To Govern Public Comment - Local Locksmith Doesn’t Like City Lockout Policy - Wildman Laundry Sees Benefit Of Cardinal’s Supported Employment - Triton Hears Report On Planetarium Curriculum

11-19-2001 - Car Hits Pole, Catches Fire - Man Pulled From Burning Vehicle - Heartline Gets $20K Fed Grant - Winona Police Honored By State In Operation Pull Over - Jarrett Sixth In ARCA Finale, Takes Rookie Honors

11-17-2001 - Foggy Evening - Adams to appear at wreath tea - Food-A-Thon raises $10,000 for CCS - Da-Lite Screen Funds Smoke Detector Program, Mayor calls donation ‘heart-warming’ - Warsaw Girls Open Season With Win Over Valley

11-16-2001 - Foggy Barnyard - Two Arrested After Search In Syracuse - Consultants, Residents Look To Future Of Downtown Warsaw - United Way Hosts Annual Awards Luncheon

11-15-2001 - Webster Residents Revved Up Over Noise Problem - Planners Table Request For Gas Station - Sunrise Activity - Zolman Signs Letter Of Intent For University Of Tennessee

11-14-2001 - Loner - Education Summit Addresses Concerns Of At-Risk Youth - Waste District Hires Educator - Wawasee Discusses State-Mandated School Improvement - Winona OKs Public Works Services Contract - Zoning Board Restricts Use Of Building In Milford - Etna Green Looking For Electric Supt. Again - Silver Lake Hears Report On Iron Removal Unit

11-13-2001 - Library Tracks ‘Typical Week’ For State Officials - Syracuse Community Center Gets $20,000 Gift - Whistle Ban Repealed In Syracuse; Mickey Scott Named Fire Chief - Milford Clarifies ATV Rules

11-12-2001 - Warsaw Chess Club Hosts Tourney At Edgewood - Mentone Man Hurt In Shooting - Beemer, Hunter Honored At Syracuse Chamber Dinner - Local YMCA Celebrates 40th Anniversary - Veterans Day Celebrated Throughout The County - City Seeks Residents’ Opinions - Warsaw Planners Looking At Sign Ordinance

11-10-2001 - Misty Morning - Donation To Middle School Aids Vision-Impaired Students - Westview No Match For Wawasee Warriors

11-09-2001 - Court Of Appeals Takes Its Show On The Road - WRSW ‘Food-A-Thon’ Seeks To Raise Donations, Awareness - Etna Green Hires Walls As Electric Supt.

11-08-2001 - Planners Approve Residential Rezoning - Veterans’ Day Ceremony Scheduled - Etna Green Girl Injured In Tuesday Crash - County Firefighters Work To Prevent Fire-Related Deaths - Education Summit On Tap Tuesday - WCHS Presents 'Up The Down Staircase'

11-07-2001 - Big Game - Commissioners Encourage Pledge, Moment Of Reflection At Schools - Manchester School Board Asks Community To Help Select Superintendent - Highway Dept. Bids Awarded - Commissioners Approve Two Vacation Requests, Table Another - Leesburg Students Bake Cookies To Raise Funds For Afghan Children - Airport Posts Significant Fuel Profit In October - Gas Leak Forces Jail Evacuation

11-06-2001 - Northern Lights - Zoners Table Weed Request - Mentone Police Vehicle Damaged; Town Looks To Buy Truck For Street Dept. - Manchester Diner Offers Community Dinner - WCS Holds Hearing On $41-Million Building Project - Board studies options for auditorium,performing arts center - Gatke Cleanup Could Begin After Jan. 1

11-05-2001 - Literacy Group Asks Dads To Read To Kids - KLS membership drive starts this month

11-03-2001 - Autumn Sunrise

11-02-2001 - Closer To Goal - Anonymous Donor Gives $10,000 To Sheriff’s Dept. - Stimmelators Withdraws Request For Sunday Alcohol Sales Permit - Lawsuit Against Car Dealer Alleged Defective Workmanship - Elder-Beerman Event Raises $10,000 For Local Charities

11-01-2001 - County Official Gives Advice On Suspicious Substances - November Celebrates Hospice Services - Upward Basketball Kicks Off New Season - Warsaw Parks Activity Director Takes New Job - Cook Named To Etna Town Council

10-31-2001 - Grand Jury Called To Hear Waste District Evidence - Historical Society Works To Restore Chinworth Bridge - CASA Volunteers Sworn To Service - Group Hears Options For Old North Webster Elementary

10-30-2001 - Piling Them Up - Center Lake Level Well Above Normal

10-29-2001 - Economy, 9/11 Take Toll On Local Charity - Local Excavator Turns Leaves Into ‘Black Gold’ - Judge Splits Decision On Rolling Hills Lawsuits - Area Towns Announce Trick-Or-Treat Hours - Accident Victim’s Husband Claims Wrongful Death - Triton Spikers Win Regional, Head To State

10-27-2001 - Da-Lite Begins Recovery Process With Cleanup - City Creates Leasing Co. - Rape Victim Files Lawsuit - DNR Asks For Land Vacation Request to restore wetlands along Durham and Pisgah lakes - Tigers Lose Heartbreaker To Panthers In Overtime

10-26-2001 - Future Of Warsaw Ivy Tech Up In The Air - Red Cross reports 136 homes damaged in county - Local insurers scramble to aid homeowners - Hospital prepared to handle victims - Two Injured In Thursday Accidents - Emergency Exercise Planned Nov. 3 - Creighton Properties Damaged In Storm

10-25-2001 - Twisters hit Da-Lite, Donnelley - Cleanup efforts under way - Red Cross, Salvation Army Offer Help To Storm Victims - Homes Damaged In Dells Subdivision

10-24-2001 - Winona Lake Grapples With 2002 Budget - Report Claims Waste Director Embezzled Funds - Fort Wayne Firm Gets County Furniture Bid

10-23-2001 - Jomac Closing, Moving Production To China - Adams Files Legislation To Install Red-Light Cameras - Warsaw Zoners Deny Residents’ Setback Request - Community Center Takes Shape In Syracuse

10-22-2001 - Fall Festival Entertainment - Adams Sponsors Patriotism Bill - 3 Hurt In Two Crashes - Sidney Council To Replace Bumbaugh

10-20-2001 - Friday Accident Claims Life Of Syracuse Woman - Letter Of Credit Set For New City Subdivision - Warsaw BZA To Consider Use Requests At Monday Meeting - Local Effect Of Dana Corp. Layoffs Still Unknown - Autumn Sunset - Kokomo No Match For Third-Ranked Tigers

10-19-2001 - Warsaw Planners Table Sign Law, Approve Ind. 15 Rezoning - Petro brothers’ planned development gets a nod from the city - Sprint Layoffs Won’t Affect Local Employees - Burning Leaves Leads To House Fire

10-18-2001 - 9-Year-Old Dies From Gunshot Wound - City Still Looking At Sign Rules - Area Anthrax Scares Keep Cops On Their Toes - Palace Of Sports Pledges $$$ For Old Webster School - Residents seek answers about town marshal resignation

10-17-2001 - Sunny Grazing - Waste District Surprised By Two-Year-Old Bill - Two Held After Thefts Of Ammonia From Farm Center - Manchester To Renovate School Gym - Syracuse Votes To Annex High School Property - Syracuse split on fire chief decision

10-16-2001 - Combining Beans - Local Authorities Get Unfounded Anthrax Reports - WCS Gives Report On Options For Elementary Schools - Syracuse Woman’s Death Ruled Homicide - Silver Lake Marshal Expresses Concern Over Area Code Changes - Warsaw Looks At $10 Per Month Sewer Rate Hike - Police chief requests furniture for new department office

10-15-2001 - Colors Of Fall - City Council To Hold Public Hearing On New Sewer Rates - Police Warn Residents Of Possible Lottery Scam

10-13-2001 - Speaker To Tell Story From The Front Line At Right To Life Event

10-12-2001 - Islam, Terrorism And The Mideast - Part four of four: Islam and the land of Palestine - Law Enforcement, Health Care Officials On Alert - Accident Victim Dies From Injuries Suffered Sunday - County Continues Work On Emergency Plan - Tombstone Found Along County Road - GOP To Appoint Etna Green Council Member

10-11-2001 - Islam, Terrorism And The Mideast - Reports Of Anthrax Scare At Donnelley Unfounded - On The Gridiron

10-10-2001 - Islam, Terrorism And The Mideast - 48-Year-Old Hurt In Chain Saw Accident - Construction At Wawasee Finally Winding Down - Board Member, Electric Supt. Quit At Etna Green - Winona Firemen Giving Away Smoke Detectors - Get Proper Permits Before Construction, Zoners Tell Residents - Elkhart Gravel request denied

10-09-2001 - Islam, Terrorism And The Mideast - Manchester Planners Hold Hearing On Condemnation Of Seiler Property - Corn Huskers Descend On North Manchester - Park Board Excited About Community Center Construction - Fire Damages Warsaw Laundromat

10-08-2001 - Teen Dies In Crash - Manchester Hosts Harvest Fest - Columnist Says Values Need To Be Re-Established

10-06-2001 - Agencies Team Up For The Holidays - Firemen Want Smoke Detector In Every Home - Local Man Killed In Tennessee Bus Crash - Fire Ruled Accidental - Warsaw Picks Up Huge Win Over NorthWood To Remain Undefeated

10-05-2001 - ABC Delays Decision On Sunday Sales At Stimmelators - Council Denies Egg Firm’s Request For Tax Abatement - Grace Village Breaks Ground For 43 New Independent Living Apartments - Spirituality Inspires Popular Trade Center Artwork - Head Start Kids See Presentation By ‘Tons Of Turtles’ - Thieves Hit Farm Center On Ind. 15N

10-04-2001 - Tunnel Repair - Pacesetters - Residential Zoning Sought For Packerton Rd. Parcel - Manchester Sued Over Condemnation Of Property - Local T-Shirts, Decals On Sale To Raise Funds For N.Y. Cops - Accident Knocks Out Utilities - Warsaw Student Faces ‘Pot’ Charges - Souder Flier Printed Prior To Sept. 11 - Thomas To Speak At Rodeheaver - Valley Sweeps TRC Foe Whitko

10-03-2001 - Woman Dies In Syracuse Fire - Truck Driver Enters Plea Agreement In Fatal Crash - Manchester Studies Options On Gym Renovations - Warsaw Council Trims 2002 Budget - Woman Gets 20 Years After Plotting To Kill Husband - Warriors Fall To Falcons

10-02-2001 - Mentone Residents Air Complaints About Cable TV - Columnist Thomas To Speak At Rodeheaver Saturday - Triton Introduces Electronic Grade Books - Warsaw Girls Soccer Clinches Share Of NLC

10-01-2001 - Warsaw Water Rates To Rise - Habitat House - Syracuse Teen Killed In Saturday Auto Accident - Wawasee Surprises Warsaw, Advances To Tennis Regional

09-29-2001 - Terrorist Attacks Cause WCHS Students To Rethink Homecoming - Plaque Marks Old Jail Museum’s Time Capsule - Warsaw Plating To Close - Triton Notches Come-From-Behind Homecoming Win

09-28-2001 - State Auditor Visits Warsaw, Decries State’s Fiscal Condition - Camaro Demise: End Of An Era Or Sign Of The Times? - Souder Speaks To Local GOP; Wiggins Honored - Penguin Point Robbery Suspect Pleads Guilty - A Class C felony is punishable by two to eight years in prison and fines up to $10,000.

09-27-2001 - IACT Recognizes Winona Lake - Aldrich Sentenced To Maximum - Manchester Parks Adopts 2002 Budget - County Establishes DUI Task Force - Drainage Board OKs Requests For Variances

09-26-2001 - Nine Arrested In County On Drug Charges - Commissioners Fail To Decide Rezoning Request - Jewish Holy Day Begins At Sundown - Wawasee Tennis Team Chills Squires

09-25-2001 - Teens Face Charges In Bike Shop Break-In - WHA Welcomes Grantz To Round Out Board - Zoners Review Day Care Center

09-24-2001 - Fire Destroys Building In Silver Lake - Fund-Raiser Shirt Sales Taking Off - Demos Meet, Honor Drake - Warsaw’s Cinderella Season Ends At Regional

09-22-2001 - Back To The Days - Snow Removal Costs Rise With Salt Prices - Callers To Quiz Warsaw Residents About Downtown

09-21-2001 - 5th-Graders Write To Firemen In New York - WCS Tech Staff Battles ‘Nimda’ Virus - Firefighters Raise Funds For N.Y., Name Tucker Fireman Of Year - Grubbs Moves Liason Office To Winona Lake - Accident Victim Out Of Hospital - Surprising Tigers Prepare For Regional

09-20-2001 - Warsaw Firemen Speak At Wagon Wheel Concert - Local Businessmen Honored By Ernst & Young - Charges Filed In Theft From Mini Mart - Groundbreaking Planned At Pierceton - Warsaw Spikers Remain Undefeated In NLC Play

09-19-2001 - Columnist To Speak At Winona, Discusses Terrorism - Marijuana Eradication - Manchester Approves 2002 Budget - Anglers, Others Meet To Discuss Proposed Legislation

09-18-2001 - City Recognizes Four Involved In Local Rescue Effort This Summer - Manchester Appoints Chamber Director - Warsaw May Redraw School Board Districts - Extension Secretary Accused In Embezzlement - GOP Hall Of Fame Dinner Sept. 27

09-17-2001 - Motorcyclist Dies In Friday Accident - Proceeds From Locally Produced Shirts Headed To N.Y. - Milford Man Booked Saturday On Molesting Charge - Milford Boy Hurt In 4-Wheeler Crash On Saturday - Democrats Plan Hall Of Fame Dinner Saturday - Tiger Golfers Place Third, Advance To Regional

09-15-2001 - Local Group To Begin Ninth Home - Dodson Gets 100th In Bittersweet Win Over Wawasee

09-14-2001 - Warsaw Air Traffic Still Up In The Air - Schools Observe National Day Of Prayer - Annexation Proposed In Webster - Webster town marshal resigns - Recycling Depot Toured By Local Officials - Local Football Games Will Go On Tonight With Special Observances Tonight

09-13-2001 - Local Residents Give Their Views On Tuesday’s Attack On The U.S. - Students Optimistic That America Will Persevere

09-12-2001 - Tippy Lake Resident Gives Pilot's View Of Terror Attack - Gas Prices Spike, Prompt Panic Buying - Prayer Gathering Set Tonight At Center Lake - Warsaw Woman's Sister Worked On 101st Floor

09-11-2001 - Arrest Made In Pierceton Bank Robbery - Valley School Board Approves Budget - Damage At Mentzer Park Irks Town Officials - Greenway Project Moves Forward With Real Estate Purchase

09-10-2001 - Seasonal Task - CCAC Receives $185,000 Grant From Build Indiana

09-08-2001 - Focus Is On Kids During National Literacy Month - Learn How To Spot Adults Who Can't Read - English As A Second Language Classes Booming At Alternative Learning Center - Silver Horseshoe Finds Permanent Home At Jail Museum - Lone Fan

09-07-2001 - Builders Showcase Their Talent At 16th Annual Event - Tavern Takes Steps To Thwart Underage Drinking - Sheriff Explains Need For Additional Funds - Biomet Seeks Abatement For Building Addition - 2 Held In Area Burglaries - Accident Victims’ Conditions Updated - Judge Grants Continuance In Fisher Murder Trial

09-06-2001 - Planners Address Subdivision Road Question - Manchester Sees Shortfall In State Disbursement - Waste District Moves Into New Offices - Fisher Seeks To Postpone Murder Trial; Charged In Death Of Milford Woman - Two Face Charges In July 22 ‘Robbery’ Of Ice Cream Shop In Warsaw - Triton Passes Proposed Budget For 2002 - Public TV Station Features Warsaw On Sept. 16 Show

09-05-2001 - Webster’s Rigdon Seeks Seat In U.S. Congress - Full-Moon Glow - Driver Suffers Seizure - Manchester School Board Hears Patrons’ Tax Concerns - Going Up

09-04-2001 - Monday Crash Kills 2 - 11-Year-Old Loses Fingers In Boating Accident - ML Motorsports 2nd, 8th In Double-Race Weekend

09-01-2001 - IU’s Brand Says Local Industry Can Help State’s Economy - Preparing For Takeoff - Bell Museum To Explore Expansion Options - ‘JIM’ Touts Merits Of Routine Exercise - Warsaw Pounds Plymouth, Remains Undefeated

08-31-2001 - Teen Loses Control On Wet Pavement; Listed ‘Serious’ In Fort Wayne Hospital - Thursday Accident Closes Ind. 15S - 2 Local Residents Remain ‘Critical,’ 1 Released From Hospital - Federal Govt. Observes ‘Stop On Red Week’ - Man Tells Cops He Was Robbed At Gunpoint - Tigers Roll Over Goshen

08-30-2001 - Noble County Meth Lab Bust Nets 4 Arrests - Warsaw Looks At Cleaning Up Former Gatke Property - Warsaw BZA OKs Plans For Wellness Center - County To Hold Tax Sale On Sept. 6 - Teen Arrested After Crashing Car - Minor Injuries Reported

08-29-2001 - Webster Crash - Green Heron - Mentone Burglary Solved - Fort Wayne Walk, Festival Benefits AIDS Task Force - Dimas Agrees To Delay His Trial - Northfield Girls Edge Warsaw In Tiger Invitational; Marion Takes Boys Race

08-28-2001 - Early Morning Ride - Housing Opportunities Seeks $250,000 Grant - WHA Financial Picture Improving, Director Says - Warsaw Teacher Is Finalist For Teacher Of Year - County Speeds Up Bill-Paying Process - Police Probe Theft From Mentone Mini Mart

08-27-2001 - Morning Silhouette - Former Pierceton Resident Slain In N. Carolina - Youth Conduct Cleanup In Winona Beach Area - Local Health Care Provider Awarded Sagamore Of The Wabash - Driver Critical After Syracuse Crash - NORTH MANCHESTER – While it was called the Manchester Invitational, it was Triton that made itself right at home Saturday.

08-24-2001 - Students Explore Health Care Careers - Assessor Sworn In - Sewage Increase Likely In Warsaw - Symmetry Medical To Distribute V. Mueller Products

08-23-2001 - Storm Dumps Heavy Rain, Wind On County - Fire Kills Man At Sellers Lake - Wawasee Elementaries To Open On Friday - Erne, Joy Making Tracks In Mud Racing

08-22-2001 - Debate Heats Up Over Eli Lilly Road Proposal - Greenway Project Coming Together - Robbery Report Ends Up Being False - Renier Chosen By Caucus As County Assessor - Syracuse Swimming Area Closed Again - Warsaw Improves To 9-0 On The Season

08-21-2001 - Local residents take footin’ to the extreme - Wastewater Plant On City Agenda - Warsaw Schools Studies 2002 Budget - County Says CR 200N Repairs Are Contractor’s Responsibility - Car Bike Accident Leaves Boy Critical

08-20-2001 - Loving A Parade

08-18-2001 - Relaxing Afternoon - Warsaw Accepts Federal Grants For Victim’s Assistance, Beaman Home - Couple Builds Life Around Horse Business - Whitko Tops Wawasee In Wild Season Opener

08-17-2001 - Home Grown - 100-Year-Old Keeps Active In Atwood

08-16-2001 - Robbery Suspect Under Arrest - Zimmer Celebrates Independence - Sunset On Winona - Wawasee Discusses Accreditation, School Construction - Webster Post Office Takes Another Look At Old School - Cancer Care Group Set To Tee Off Annual Fund-Raiser - Warsaw Police Investigate Attempted Abduction Of Teen

08-15-2001 - Motorcyclist Injured - Etna Green Bank Robbed - Tunnel Springs Leak - Caucus Planned To Name New County Assessor - Woman Dies From Sunday Crash Injuries - Da-Lite In Compliance After Brush With IDEM - Planners Approve Syracuse Condo Proposal - Winona Planners want more information before acting on 28-foot parcel - Winona Town council members also decide not to take action

08-14-2001 - County To Receive $236,455 In Lake Grants - Couple Remain Hospitalized After Truck/Train Crash - Feathered Anglers - Judge Criticizes U.S. Attorneys In Hagar Case - Milford Considers annexation of North Park Subdivision - Milford OKs ordinances to raise water, sewer rates - Syracuse Parks Discusses E. Coli, Boat Ramp Congestion - Arrests, Injuries Reported In Watercraft Accident

08-13-2001 - Three Hurt When Train Hits Truck - 3 Arrested, 1 Hurt In Tippy Boating Accident - Beach Open At Lakeside Park In Syracuse - Pheasant Ridge Plat Presented To Planners Tonight

08-11-2001 - FunFest In Manchester - Wawasee Grad Steps Toward A Career In Dance

08-10-2001 - Electric Skies - Guilty Pleas Entered In Burglary At Rice Ford - Silver Lake Elementary Gets New Principal - County Health Dept. Shuts Beach At Lakeside In Syracuse - Three Hurt In Two Crashes - Garbers Named Grand Marshals Of Manchester FunFest Parade

08-09-2001 - Morning Perch - Parents File Suit In Train/Bike Death - Waste District Moves To New Facility - Police Probe Theft, Vandalism At ERI - Focus on Safety group hears report on red-light cameras - ‘When It’s Over,’ Sugar Ray Keeps You ‘Fly’ing

08-08-2001 - If You Can’t Take The Heat ... Don’t! - Manchester Man Critical After Tuesday Crash - Manchester School Board Hears About Scrabble, Pensions, Leaves, Architects - Police Probe Burglary At Doctor’s Office - Zimmer Shares Traded Publicly On Tuesday

08-07-2001 - Summer Sunrise - City Chooses Contractor For WPD - Mentone Again Seeking Library Grant - Claypool Plans Town Festival Aug 16, 17

08-06-2001 - Book Charts Development Of Tippecanoe Lake - Accident Kills Tot In Driveway - Loving A Parade - Zimmer Holdings Names Directors For New Board

08-04-2001 - Another Day On The Water - Schools Set Fees, Costs - Experts Probe Cause Of Fatal Fire - At Lakeland Art Center – Swartzentruber Imagination On Display - Board Of Works Hears Of Grant Cuts

08-03-2001 - Two Killed In Pierceton Mobile Home Fire - Voting Precincts, Methods Will Change For Next Election - Council Approves 3% Raise For County Workers - Pierceton Days Start Today - Biomet Seeks 10-Year Tax Abatement - Warsaw Voices Support For High-Speed Rail - High-Speed Rail Would Cut Travel Times - Cemetery Board Donates Chapel Picture - Alcohol Beverage Commission Approves Permits

08-02-2001 - Refresher - Syracuse Chamber Proposes Character-Building Program For Familie - Manchester FunFest Set For Aug. 9-11 - Plan Commission Turns Down Residential Rezoning Request - Grand Indiana Auto Tour To Stop In North Manchester On Aug. 11

08-01-2001 - Warsaw Woman Testifies Before Congress - Adams works to pass red light bills in Indiana - Valley School Board Looks At $6 Million Budget For 2002 - Kosciusko County Council Continues Budget Hearings: Judge’s request for own budget is denied by council members - 2 new positions approved - County clerk: Current voting machines are ‘decertified’ and must be replaced - Wrongful Death Suit Settled In Railroad Accident - Kosciusko County Commissioners Approve Bridge Bid - JAWS Demo

07-31-2001 - County Council Considers City, County Dispatcher Pay - Judges Ask For Separate Budget - Relaxing Sunset - Police Seeking Suspect Who Held Up Syracuse Gas Station Monday - Five Suspects Jailed For Columbia City Bank Robbery - Ivy Tech To Offer ‘Fast Track To Orthopedics’ - Sidney Council To Consider Joining County Plan Commission

07-30-2001 - Three Arrested In Friday’s Armed Robbery Of Warsaw Restaurant - Taking It Easy

07-28-2001 - Five Arrested In Friday’s Bank Robbery - Board Of Works Opens Bids For Work On New WPD Building - From Russia With Love: Warsaw Family Brings Adopted Daughter Home

07-27-2001 - Western Route Project Meets No Opposition At Thursday Meeting - Early Morning Walk - CCS’ ‘Christmas In July’ Aims To Help Kids Succeed In School

07-26-2001 - Wal-Mart Work - Fisher’s Attorney Seeks Details Of State’s Evidence - North Manchester Pool Membership Increasing - Golfer Vie Sunday For Holes-In-One At Fund-Raiser - Outlaw Receives Scholarship - County Assessor’s Office To Close Friday

07-25-2001 - Police Seek Suspect In Bank Robbery - Lion’s Club Building Issue Returns To Winona Lake Town Council - Council also starts on 2002 budget - Wabash Man Burned By Molten Aluminum - Sun Metal May Move Out Of Warsaw - Manchester School Board Approves Feasibility Study - WCS Hires New Lakeview Principal - Crews To Switch Travel Lanes On U.S. 30 - Great Fertilizer?

07-24-2001 - Dramatic Rescue At Center Lake - Warsaw BZA Approves Church Expansions - Dimas’ Appeal Refused By Indiana Supreme Court - Churubusco Man Dies Of Injuries Suffered Sunday

07-23-2001 - Milford Man Stable After Sunday Shooting - Columbia City Man Dies After Accidental Shooting - 28-Year-Old Injured In Near-Drowning - Police Seeking Suspected Armed Robber - Jason Jarrett Finishes 12th At Michigan

07-21-2001 - Ahhhhh... - Feds Taking A Look At Local Drug Case - Warsaw Board Of Works Acts On Personnel Issues - Authors Share Insights, Anecdotes In New Book, ‘Winona Lake Summers’ - Baker Youth Clubs Hosts Annual Night Golf Outing

07-20-2001 - Suspect Seeks Supreme Court Review Of Judge’s Decision - OEC To Close Warsaw Facility - Webster Breaks Ground For New Subdivision - Crash Injuries Fatal To Syracuse Man

07-19-2001 - ‘Meth’ Raid Nets Two Arrests - WCDE Puts Public In Driver’s Seat - Oakwood To Increase Fees

07-18-2001 - Do I Know You? - Need For Speed - Warsaw Possible Stop On Passenger Rail Line - Museum Seeks Funds For Building Maintenance - Residents Oppose Paving Syracuse Lake Easements - Manchester Looks To Upgrade Gym - Warsaw Hires Firm To Study Downtown Rehab - Larwill Plans Squawbuck Days

07-17-2001 - Steamy Farmlands - Mid-Season Form - City Plan Dept. Takes Look At Mower Repair Shop - Promotion, Retirement, Resignation Create Openings For 3 Principals - WCS Set To Advertise $46 Million 2002 Budget; 4% Above 2001 - Zimmer Holdings To List Stock On NYSE - Benefit Dinner Planned For Tot With Tyrosinemia

07-16-2001 - Syracuse Woman Dies In Crash - 7 Arrested At Rest Park On U.S. 30W - 4-H Auction Total Up From 2000 - Broken Crank Shaft Ends Jarrett's Day

07-13-2001 - Little Miss and Mr. Winners - Hoy Named ‘Our Lady Of Kosciusko’ For 2001 - Frog Man Provides Fun At Fair - Paragon Leads In Business And In Community Service - PictureYes Draws Fans From Hours Away

07-12-2001 - More Lake Regulations May Be On The Way - American Heritage Project Preserves Items From Past - Plan Commission OKs Home Business Rezoning - Webster Approves Increased Funding For KDI - Slick Leonard Tells Tales At Local Country Club - Leonard: Pacers Still Need 2 Players

07-11-2001 - Official Greeters - Zoners Turn Down Request To Open Lake Restaurant - Boat storage request OK’d - Misdemeanor Charge Dropped Against Murder Suspect - Winona Council Hears Concerns About Lions Bldg. Parking - Fair Cuties Take The Stage - Fair Parade Draws 131 Entries - Board Mum About Superintendent’s Resignation - Warsaw Plays Big Role In Football All-Star Game

07-10-2001 - Community Center Groundbreaking - Valley To Add Extended-Day Kindergarten - Milford Council Mulls Annexation Requirements - Sheriff’s Department Introduces Recently Hired Jailers, Deputy - Fair-goers asked to limit contact with animals - Miss Teenage, Junior Miss, Mister crowned Monday - Junior Miss, Mister - Miss Teenage Kosciusko County Fair - Kids’ activities are focus of fair on Wednesday

07-09-2001 - 4-H Royalty - Cat Show Highlight Of Sunday Fair Events - 4-H leaders appreciation, swine show set Tuesday - Biomet Announces Strong Sales, Stock Split - Times-Union Announces NIE Program - Engine Troubles Slow Jarrett Again

07-07-2001 - Time To Dry The Hay - County, 4-H Fair Kicks Off Today - Former Warsaw Man Lands Navy Fighter Jet At Municipal Airport - Vendor Withdraws Request For Sidewalk Hot Dog Stand In Warsaw

07-06-2001 - Local Judge Chides State Supreme Court - Milford Seeks Funds For Fence At Waubee - Local Foundation Failed To Register For Gaming Event State Officials Say - County Council Hears Budget Requests From Local Organizations - Slabaugh Likes New Role As City Building Inspector - El Arriero Request Before ABC Continued To Aug.

07-05-2001 - Western Route Study Could Cost $98,000 - County Works On Needs Assessment - Manchester Residents Speak Out Against Business Location - Health Department Immunization Clinic Closed Friday

07-03-2001 - Fair Queen And Her Court - City Approves Budget For Redevelopment Commission - New KCH Administrator Looks To The Future - Mentone Seeks Grant For Library - Youth Suffers Accidental Gunshot Wound

07-02-2001 - 3 Hurt In 2 Weekend Crashes - Warsaw Man Injured When Struck With Bat

06-30-2001 - Gone Fishin’ - Salvation Army Bestows High Honor On Local Woman - Order Of The Founder Award Puts Robb In Elite Company - Longtime Fireman To Remain On City Insurance After Retirement; Gang Task Force Account OK’d

06-29-2001 - Alleged ‘Meth’ Lab Raided - Cancer Clinic Named After ‘Peachey’ - Webster Gas Leak Forces Evacuations - Local Leadership Academy Accepting Applications - Fireworks To Light Up Evening Skies - Lake City Bank Sells 5 Branches

06-28-2001 - Sunset Silhouette - Celebrity Event Results Mixed, Officials Say - Petition Seeks To Reroute Ditch - Manchester Aquatic Club Needs Volunteers - First Christian Celebrates 150 Years - Harassment Suit Filed Against Foundation Director

06-27-2001 - Winona Plans July 4 Celebration - Town Council praises last weekend’s BMX race, triathlon - Two People Injured In Early-Morning Mobile Home Fire - Sunrise - Camp ‘We-Gotta-Buck’ Kicks Off United Way Pacesetter Campaign - 3 Milford Teens Suspected In Garage, Shed Fire - Adams Named As Chairman Of Bowen Center Board

06-26-2001 - Blazin’ Barbecue - WCS Looks At Construction Options - McGuire gets assistant superintendent’s job - Milford Studies Parks Issues - Warsaw Zoning Board Allows Oversized Sign - Manchester Planners Take Action On Nonconforming Building - Manchester OKs Zoning Requests - Teen Hurt In Boating Accident

06-25-2001 - Warsaw Plays Host To City Of Lakes Festival - Bicyclist Dies From Injuries Suffered Friday - Webster Chooses Cutie King, Queen - Cutie Parade Winners Announced - Kosciusko Falls Short In Bid To Be Designated An ‘All America City’ - 5 Hurt In 2-Car Crash On U.S. 30 - Former Pro Bowlers Try Their Luck At Stonehenge Golf Club - Engine Problem Slows Jarrett

06-23-2001 - Murder-Suicide In Kimmel, Victim Has Local Ties - Man In Critical Condition After Car Strikes His Bike - Going Up - Avalon Draws Huge Crowd - Gary Collins Swings Away At Stonehenge

06-22-2001 - City Of Lakes Fest Kicks Off Tonight - Syracuse To Get Chinese Restaurant - Fireworks Displays On Tap - Church Marks 150th Year - Triathlon Attracts Athletes From 10-Plus States - Bailey, Cavell Try Out For Junior Olympic Team

06-21-2001 - CR 350W Residents Petition Against Road-Widening Plan - Vroman Receives 4-Year Sentence - KLA Cadets Off To Atlanta To Seek All-America Designation - Groups Seek Funds From County Budget - Insurance Costs Straining Syracuse Budget - Streets To Close In Winona Lake During Triathlon - Celebrity Pro-Am Golf Weekend Starts Today - Zolman Scores 15 In All-Star Game Loss - Triton's Hensley Named To All-Star Team

06-20-2001 - Civil Rights Suit Filed Against City, Officers - Local officials have little comment regarding impending civil action - Manchester Superintendent Resigns - Mobile Home Fire

06-19-2001 - City Approves Ordinance Defining Tattoo Parlors - Milford Town Marshal Seeks Budget Increase For 2002 - Waubee Lake Park Security Issues Discussed - Roth Attends Final Meeting At Triton

06-18-2001 - KCH Marks 25 Years - Library Wrestles With Internet Censorship Issue - Cromwell Man Arrested On Drug Charges - Triton Wins Class A Baseball Title - Pitching Carries Triton To Title - Jarrett, ML Motorsports Place 22nd

06-16-2001 - Warsaw PD To Buy $40,000 Phone System - Warsaw Woman Runs Marathon To Fight Arthritis - New Building Is Advantage For Special Ed Co-Op - Hensley Deals Triton Into Finals

06-15-2001 - Boy Scout Honored For Role In Saving Life Of 2-Year-Old - 12 More Units Planned For Webster Development - Police Investigate Attempted Theft Of Anhydrous Ammonia - Triton Team Enjoy Most Successful Year In School History

06-14-2001 - Cooling Off Period - Waste District Funds Missing - Waste District Hires Mitchell As Accountant - Winona Hears Report From Bike Race Organizer - KCH Names New CEO - United Way Allocates $1.1 Million - 20-Year-Old Dies In Fall At Syracuse - Ind. 14 To Close For Silver Lake Days Festival - After 3-6 Start, Triton Closes In On State Title - Local Golfers All Survive State's First Round - Hensley's Right Arm Helps Carry Triton Into State Finals - Grace Chooses Carlson As Women's Coach

06-13-2001 - Lincoln Elementary Hires New Principal - Silver Lake Chooses Name For New Park - New Law Gives Teens A ‘Break’ - Car Hits Building On North Detroit St.

06-12-2001 - Storm Damages Webster Home - Warsaw House Fire - Body Identified As That Of Syracuse Woman - Valley Alters Prom Policy - Planners Distinguish ‘Body Makeup’ From ‘Tattoos’ - Lindemuth Ends Library Board Tenure - State Trooper’s Car Total Loss After Warsaw Crash - Storm Causes Thousands To Lose Electrical Service - Warsaw Claims Tough Courses, Not Scores, Matter Heading To State

06-11-2001 - Mobile Home Fire - Remains of woman found in Turkey Creek west of Syracuse - Boyer To Compete In Miss Indiana Scholarship Program - Warsaw Tennis Team Takes Fourth - Pole-Sitter Jarrett Finishes 29th - Unranked Triton Wins Regional Title

06-09-2001 - Manchester Centenarian Remembers Several ‘Firsts’ - Oakwood Recommends Increases In Fees - Tigers Win Golf Regional, Valley's Martin Advances

06-08-2001 - Drum Enchanted Evening - Training Session Shows Officials Ins And Outs Of Meth Labs - County Council OKs 2002 Budget - Greenway Progress: Bike, walking trail gets financial help, new logo - ABC Denies Permit Request - Fire Destroys Boat On Wawasee - Triton Braces For Blackhawk Attack - Manchester Sports Award Winners Named - Jason Jarrett Smashes Track Record - Charity Classic Raffle Winners Named

06-07-2001 - Where’s The Rain? - Grant Gets 51/2 Years For Involvement In Vroman Murder Case - County Highway Superintendent Opposes Plan For Ag II Development - Planners Continue Approval Of Zoning Ordinance Amendments - ‘Relay For Life’ Scheduled June 16, 17 - Manchester Approves Training For Firefighters - Barrett, Kesler Take Shot At State - Tigers Play At Home Away From Home

06-06-2001 - The Hills Are Alive ... - Lilly Road Users Come Out Against Road Relocation - Syracuse Chamber Announces Results Of Ind. 13 Survey - Zimmer Markets New Knee - Her ‘Good Old Days’ Go Back A Little Further Than Most - Whitko Softball Team Loses At Regional - College Connection

06-05-2001 - Passing The Torch - Mentone To Pay $10,000 In Back Pay To Three Employees - Liver Transplant Patient Continues Recuperation Process - Triton Starts Girls Golf - Winona Gets Community Focus Funds To Build Senior Center - Saddle Club Campout Moved - Warsaw Wins NLC All-Sports Title - High School Roundup

06-04-2001 - Two Injured In Morning Accident - Miss Mentone - Mentone Chooses Mr. Rooster, Miss Chick - Top Students Named At Tippecanoe Valley - Crash Kills Akron Woman - Valley Vandalism Irks Parents, Officials - Police Arrest Out-Of-State Teens On Alcohol Charges - Warsaw Takes 6th Straight Golf Sectional Title - Two-Out Heroics Give Triton Sectional Title - Jarrett Wins First Race - Duncan Takes 13th At State

06-02-2001 - Baldwin, Cleveland Tops At Lakeland - Grant To Bring Denise Brown Here Approved At City BOW - Warsaw's Baseball Season Ends In 17-Inning Loss - Bazzoni Leads Locals At Track State Finals

06-01-2001 - ‘Annual Meeting’ Arrives At Silver Lake - Hickory Creek Residents Moved To Prairie View - Madison Dedicates ‘Freedom Shrine’ - Manchester Hears Park Board’s 5-Year Plan - Several Local Girls Compete In State Track Meet

05-31-2001 - KDI Makes Change In Bylaws - Second-Graders Hear About Times-Union Correspondent’s Trip To Meet President Bush - Warsaw Golf Sectional Loaded With Talent - Anders, Gephart Lead Locals To Track State Finals - High School Roundup

05-30-2001 - Two Hurt In Webster Accident - Mobile Home Destroyed - Cancer Fund-Raiser - Husband Of Murder Victim Pleads Guilty To Burglary - Local Seniors Are Merit Scholars - Syracuse TPS Faces Budget Woes - Tigers Look To Pump Up Offense

05-29-2001 - Nowak Gets 85 Years For Sundheimer’s Murder - Remembering Those Who Served - Whitko Falls In Sectional 8-0 - Despite Errors, Marian Ends Valley's Season - Warsaw Lets Shot At Semistate Slip Away - High School Roundup

05-26-2001 - Friday Crash - Triton Student Faces Expulsion After Gun Incident - World War II Veteran Cross Shares Some War Stories - Warsaw Names Top Two Seniors - Baseball Sectionals Begin Memorial Day

05-25-2001 - Shoo! - Beaman Home Gets Grant Money - Local GOP Hears About Redistricting - Warsaw Rocks Through Regional - Four Triton Track And Field Athletes Make State - Chalfant Captures First At Regional - High School Roundup

05-24-2001 - Stormy Weather - Memorial Service Set At Oakwood - Middle School Students Complete R.R. Donnelley & Sons Project - Local Cancer Fund-Raisers Hear Report From IU Cancer Center - Tigers Send 15 Athletes To Fort Wayne Regional - NLC All-Conference Teams - High School Roundup

05-23-2001 - Tagging Along - Hospital Agreements Still In Force Despite Sale To Triad - County Gets Great Financial News From State - 2000 Reneker Award Goes To Grace President Manahan - Warsaw Officer Honored; City Looks At Street Upgrades - Fire Damages Roof At Syracuse School - Syracuse Awards Sewer Contract - Claypool Opens Bids For Cemetery Fence - Warsaw Advances To Regional Championship - Strong Finishes Send Locals To State Meet - Adam Augustine, Warsaw Make Light Work Of Wawasee - Sports Schedule - Pickett Resigns As Whitko Basketball Coach - High School Roundup

05-22-2001 - You Scratch My Back... - Shuter New Fire Chief At Winona - Housing Authority Board To Add Two Members - Four Hurt In Two Crashes In Northern Part Of County - WCS To Focus On Writing, Language Skills - Triton Approves Increase In Lunch Prices - Tigers Have Short Stay In Sectional - Triton, Warsaw Tennis Teams Stay Alive - Locals To Compete In Tonight's Bremen Track And Field Regional - High School Roundup

05-21-2001 - Trader Days - Six Suffer Injuries In Separate Friday Accidents - Kids Love Y’s NFL Ultimate Football - County Approves Library’s Request For Tax Increase - Four Arrested After Fight Outside Syracuse Tavern - 12 Face Charges In Underage Drinking - Warsaw Roars Through Tennis Sectional

05-19-2001 - Taking A Lesson - Utility Bills Hitting Needy Hard, Salvation Army Says - Works Board Hears Request From Hot Dog Vendor

05-18-2001 - Helping Hand - Anders, Gephart Carry Triton To Title - Warsaw's Perfect Season Continues - TV Wins Despite Off Outing - Zolman Earns Junior World Tryout - High School Roundup

05-17-2001 - Foundation’s New Home - Charges Filed Against Motorcyclist - Webster Gets Funds To Study Purchase Of Elementary School - Vikings Tie School Record - Northridge Wins Warsaw Track Sectional - Valley Vikings Win First TRC Baseball Game, 13-8 - Teams Chase Warsaw At Wawasee Tennis Sectional - High School Roundup - LaVille Hires Valley Assistant As Basketball Coach

05-16-2001 - Lightning Causes 3 Fires - Syracuse Approves Community Center Bond - Trader Days Set This Weekend - Grant Pleads Guilty - Local EMS Hosts Awards Banquet - KCH’s Hendrix Announces Retirement - Warsaw Track Team Focuses On Winning Title - 5th Golfer Puts Warsaw 1st - Plymouth Rules Rochester Sectional - High School Roundup - Triton Basketball Coach Resigns - Sports Schedule

05-15-2001 - Our Lady Of Guadalupe To Build In Warsaw - Lots Of Time, Lots Of Water - Valley Won’t Shorten Ag Teacher’s Contract - Milford Renews Abatement For Royal Crown - Warsaw Planners Recommend Changes In Sign, Banner Rules - January Airport Accident Ruled Pilot Error - Northridge, Warsaw Track Teams Chase Sectional Title - High School Roundup

05-14-2001 - State Auditors Scrutinizing Waste District - Police Raid Another Methamphetamine Lab - Family Outing - Warsaw Returns To The Top - Jarrett Finishes 29th After Blown Tire Causes Crash - High School Roundup

05-12-2001 - How’s She Do That? - Lt. Gov. Visits Winona Lake - Pawn-Sized Chess Player King Of His Division - High School Roundup

05-11-2001 - Racetrack removed, planted in grass - High School Roundup - TV Gets Second No-Hitter In A Week - Warsaw Shows Dominance At NLC Track And Field Meet

05-10-2001 - Forest Park Fire - Builders Association Plans Remodeling Show - Waste District Hears Budget Report From Recently Hired Controller - Bank Seeks To Foreclose On Prairie View - Mail Carrier Files Suit Against Warsaw - Hamby Top Student At Lighthouse - Hydrant Flushing To Begin Today - Big Inning Bites Valley - Warsaw Tennis Team Dismantles Whitko - High School Roundup - Wynn Resigns As Grace Women's Basketball Coach

05-09-2001 - Etna Green Wastewater Project Experiencing Cost Overruns - Tony Stewart ‘Back Home Again In Indiana’ - Oakwood Chapel Dedicated - Sherron Resigns As KABS Gen. Manager - Speaker Discusses ‘Myth Of Moral Neutrality’ - WHS Takes Two Firsts In Academic Super Bowl - Plymouth Wins NLC Girls Track And Field Title - Sports Schedule - High School Roundup

05-08-2001 - Two Hurt In Crash On Ind. 15 North - Triton Accreditation Complete For 2000-2001 - Grace Concert Features Top Student Musicians - Mentone Asks Resident To Work On Parking Problem - Trojan, Strycker Honored As Top Students At Wawasee - Winona Plans Appreciation Dinner May 22 - Plymouth Puts Warsaw In Its Usual Place - High School Roundup

05-07-2001 - Police Chase Ends In Accident, Fire; Suspect Escapes - Police Arrest Two Suspected Of Making Methamphetamines - Police Seek Clues In Theft Of Trailer - Jarrett Takes 7th In Rain-Shortened Race - High School Roundup - College Roundup - Beno Wins Golf Tourney

05-05-2001 - Cinco De Mayo Festival Is Today - Duck, Duck, Goose - New Book Encourages 5th-Graders To ‘Be The Best You Can Be’ - Slabaugh Hired As New Warsaw Building Commissioner

05-04-2001 - Colorful Duck - LIFE Sponsors Mock Drunk Driving Crash - KLA Donation - Sheriff Seeks Funds To Cover Fuel Costs - Syracuse Chamber May Offer Group Health Insurance To Members - ABC Petitioners Told To Correct Violations - Leesburg Man Faces Molesting Charges - Rape Charge Changed To Molesting - College Roundup - High School Roundup

05-03-2001 - Bond Denied For Fisher - Two Die In Crash At U.S. 30, Ind. 19 - Lincoln Elementary Teacher Honored By South Bend TV Station - Syracuse Man Faces Additional Drug Charges - KCH Sponsors Seminar On Kids And Parents - Webster Rezoning Petition OK’d; Two Other Petitions Continued - Moral Issues In Medicine Topic In Winona Lecture Series - Manchester Hears About Trash Problem - Warsaw Beats Wawasee 8-5 - Triton Tennis Team Blanks Whitko 5-0 - Plymouth Track Team Ends Warsaw's NLC Streak - High School Roundup - Sports Schedule

05-02-2001 - Tilling In The Morning - KLA Members Attempt To Have County Recognized By National Civic League - Family Seeks To Preserve 236-Acre ‘Wildwood’ Tract - Manchester Teachers Reach Contract Agreement - Bomb Threat Lands Fired Worker In County Jail - Warsaw Wins First Home Golf Match - Warsaw Track Team Races To 29th Straight Win - Squires Pick Up Needed Win - High School Roundup

05-01-2001 - Buffalo Construction - Local Lawmakers Have Different Budget Views - Valley May Cut Back Teacher’s Hours - Charges Against Fisher May Change - High School Roundup

04-30-2001 - Furry Sunbather - Safety Experts Give Tips To Avoid Serious Bicycling Injuries - Homeowners Take Advantage Of Housing Rehab Program - Jason Jarrett Takes Fourth At Salem Speedway - HS Roundup - College Roundup

04-28-2001 - Purdue President Speaks To Warsaw Rotary - Etienne Ends WCS Carreer; Foresees Education ‘Hobbies’ - Six Christian Bands To Perform Free At Pro-Life Music Fest - Local Artisan Restores Antique Clock Faces - Warsaw Tigers Get Third NLC Win In 5 Days

04-27-2001 - Working The Soil - Painting The Rules - Drainage Board OKs Two Setback Variances - Cromwell Man Faces Molesting Charges - Triad Hospitals Buys Quorum - Warsaw Tennis Team Picks Up Convincing NLC Win - No. 4 Warriors Tame Squires - High School Roundup - College Roundup

04-26-2001 - Enchanted Evening - Most Rape Victims Know Their Attackers - State Reviewing Status Of Stonehenge Alcohol Permit - KDI Looks To Form Development Strategy - Missing Teens Found In Warsaw - High School Roundup - College Roundup

04-25-2001 - Silver Lake Native Finalist In State’s License Plate Design Contest - Two Jailed After Injuries To 4-Year-Old Girl - South Whitley Battles Vandalism Problem - County Designates ‘Quiet Zone’ Along Part Of CR 350W - Syracuse Suspect May Be Linked To 1986 Unsolved Murder - Quorum Settles With Government - Warsaw Netters Swat Valley 5-0 - Squires Take Second At Meet - Warsaw Adds To NorthWood Softball Woes - High School Roundup

04-24-2001 - Friendly Fowl - Syracuse Woman Still Missing; Police Seek Leads - Warsaw Zoners Approve Three Variances - Prosecutor Says Money Was Motive In Alleged Murder Plot - Manchester Looks At 5-Year Plan For Parks - Mom Seeks Help From Community In Locating Missing Daughters - High School Roundup

04-23-2001 - Six Nabbed In Syracuse - ‘Survivor’ Talks About Leaving An Abusive Situation - Jarrett's Battered Car Takes 12th - High School Roundup - College Roundup

04-21-2001 - Society Receives Stamp Collection - Warsaw BOW Changes Contract With Hearing Officer, Hears Street Closings - Whitko Names Top Students

04-20-2001 - Warsaw Man Faces Charges In West Lafayette Crime Scene Theft - Pen Pals Renew Decades-Old Correspondence - Plymouth No Match For Warsaw - Valley Tops Whitko 4-1 - High School Roundup - Tigers Rip Warriors 104-19 - College Roundup

04-19-2001 - Nowak Pleads Guilty In Sundheimer Death - Webster Park Cleanup, Music Events Scheduled - Woman Faces Neglect Charges - Warriors Fumble 4-0 Lead In Loss - Another Late Collapse Leaves Warsaw Without Win - High School Roundup - College Roundup - Sports Schedule

04-18-2001 - Manchester Teachers Still Without Contract - Crash Injures 19-Year-Old From Etna Green - Syracuse Council Hears Support For Community Center - City Approves Tax Abatement For Mayken Industries - High School Roundup

04-17-2001 - April Showers Stick To The Ground - Apartment Owner Fined By City - City Rejects Zoning Amendment - Triton Needs More Funds To Fix Brick Wall - Asst. Superintendent Announces Retirement - Last-Minute Filer

04-16-2001 - Wawasee Group Looks To Improve Water Quality - Jarrett Takes Sixth In ARCA Race - High School Roundup - College Roundup

04-14-2001 - Popular Fishing Hole - Syracuse Man Copes With Sudden Sightless Life - Star, Writer Based ‘Best Man’ On His Own Life

04-13-2001 - Four Injured In Thursday Accident - Foundations Looks At Education Priorities - County Waste Board Names Studebaker As Director - Trucker Honored For 1.4 Million Safe Miles

04-12-2001 - Manchester Resident Makes Suggestions For Cleanup Improvements - Teen Faces Arson Charge In Blaze At Winona - Syracuse Chamber Plans Programs, Sets Dates - Earth Service Corps Organizes Locally - Fisher Trial To Stay Here - 90 And Still Rolling - High School Roundup

04-11-2001 - County Choosing Consultant For ‘Western Route’ Project - Etna Green Grapples With Park Vandalism - Silver Lake Delays Action On Town Park - Ind. 13, Community Center On Syracuse Agenda - Bormet Pens Book About Warsaw - ‘Just Peachey’ Plans September Fund-Raiser - Warsaw's Girls Tennis Team Wins In Beeson's Return As Coach - Warsaw Track Team Has Easy Night - High School Roundup - College Roundup

04-10-2001 - Winona Fires Under Investigation - Pierceton Seeks Another Housing Grant - $500,000 - Warsaw Library Studies Internet Filtering Issue - Woman Charged After Injury To 3-Year-Old Daughter - Vikings Pull Out A Close One - Beeson Returns For Fourth Tour Of Duty - High School Roundup

04-09-2001 - Barn Destroyed - Charges Likely In Golf Cart Accident - WHS Students Return From Mexican Eyeglass Mission - Lakeland Art Center Hosts Spring Exhibit - Mentone Man Wins NCAA Hoops Contest - Pro Bowler Parker Bohn III Speaks In Warsaw - High School Roundup - College Roundup

04-07-2001 - Aw, Aren’t They Coot? - Warsaw Man Charged In Armed Robbery - Warsaw’s Building Commissioner Resigns - Milford Teen Arrested On Gun Offenses

04-06-2001 - Petition Withdrawn For Winona Package Store - Business Buffoonery Brings In Big Bucks - Unemployment Rate Drops In County, Rises In U.S. - Oakwood Chapel Dedication Date To Be Set - Wet, Dreary Walk - High School Roundup - College Roundup - Parker Bohn III To Speak In Warsaw On Saturday

04-05-2001 - Working The Fields - Kosciusko County’s United Way Has 43-Year History - Plan Commission Approves Rezonings - Wabash Express Ready To Roll - High School Roundup

04-04-2001 - Park Preening - Concerns About Step Ahead Vouchers Not Widespread - Buck Is 2001 United Way Campaign Chairman - MJHS Roof Replacement Project To Start In Summer - Tigers Put Together Complete Game In Season Opener - Grace Falls In Diamond Doubleheader - St. Joe Indians Edge Warsaw Tigers - High School Roundup

04-03-2001 - ‘Town Hall’ Meeting Looks At Local Education Needs - Munching Muskrat - Mentone Continues With Waste Treatment Plans - Coroner: Tests Show Fatality Was Alcohol-Related - High School Roundup

04-02-2001 - Fire Destroys Barn - Police Seek Armed Robbery Suspect - Warsaw Man Injured In ORV Accident - Train Car Derails At Sidney Crossing - College Roundup - High School Roundup

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