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  • GOP Office Officially Opens
    Kosciusko County Republicans officially opened an office Friday at 103 E. Center Street in Warsaw and hosted a ribbon cutting Friday. Pictured with public officials and Republican party members is U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski cutting the ribbon. Walorski, a Jimtown resident, represents the Second District. Kosciusko County Republican Chairman Mike Ragan, aid office hours will be noon to 6 p.m. weekdays and noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday. Kosciusko County Democrats will open an office Monday at 212 S. Lake St., Warsaw, according to Kosciusko County Democratic Chairman David Kolbe. Photo by Dan Spalding
  • T. Valley Press Box Dedicated
    Players from Tippecanoe Valley High School and Culver Academy compete in Friday’s season opener in Akron as game workers look on from the new press box and fans watch from the new bleachers. The press box was donated by Stephanie, Chelsea and Megan Bibler, the family of former Valley coach and counselor Scott Bibler. Scott died Oct. 2 in a plane crash that also took the lives of state champion coach Charlie Smith, his son Scott Smith and sprint car racing legend Tony Elliott.

  • Kettleheads Present Check To CCS
    Kosciusko Kettleheads held their sixth annual Homebrew Fest at Cerulean Restaurant June 25 in Winona Lake. More than 50 locally made beers were served to over 200 patrons, which raised $5,319 for Combined Community Services. A donation of $100 from the sales of spent grain dog biscuits also was made to Animal Welfare League. Pictured (L to R) are: Aaron Winey, Laura Watson, Buckley Watson, Rodney Wolfe, Jeremiah Stage, Brian Trainer, Jason Rich, Eric Jacko, John Stangland, CCS Executive Director Steve Possell, Nate White, Brian May, Bill Pietrzak, Jon Harding, Mike Gumz and Brian Kincaid.
  • House Fire
    Warsaw firefighters were able to quickly extinguish today's early morning house fire at approximately 3 a.m. on North Columbia Street. Further details were not available at press time.
  • New Officer
    North Webster filled a vacancy recently in its police department with the hiring of Dan Buell, who will serve as a deputy. Buell, a 36-year old Syracuse resident, was introduced Tuesday at the town council meeting. Buell (R) is pictured with Police Chief Greg Church.
  • Under The Glow
    The sun peeks through this morning's fog as three boaters on Winona Lake attempt to get their fishing in before rain moves into the area for the next several days. Photo by Gary Nieter.
  • Grazing
    Looking more like lawn ornaments than wildlife, three sandhill cranes forage in the the backyard of Warsaw residents Dan and Linda Smith north of Pike Lake.
  • Saturday Crash
    NORTH?WEBSTER – A?male juvenile was found dead of an apparent suicide on the Dixie Boat Sunday morning.
    An employee of The Dixie Boat Sternwheeler, 401 S. Dixie Drive, North Webster, found the male teenager when he arrived at work late Sunday morning and phoned it in to Kosciusko County Central Dispatch.
    The teen had allegedly hanged himself and had appeared to have been there overnight. The death is under investigated by the Kosciusko County Coroner’s Office.
    According to Kosciusko County Coroner Tony Ciriello, the teen was a male juvenile under the age of 18. He was a resident of the county, but not currently enrolled in school. Ciriello did not release any further information about the teen.
    
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The Full Monty
Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts is producing the musical "The Full Monty" for its stage Aug. 30 through Sept. 4, 2016. On Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2016, actors Matthew Janisse and Scott Fuss sat down for an interview about the show and their characters, Jerry and Dave respectively. This is a portion of that interview.
Grease
On Monday, Aug. 8, 2016, Kayla Eilers sat down for an interview to talk about her role as Sandy in Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts' production of "Grease." The musical will take to the Wagon Wheel stage Aug. 10-20, 2016.

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