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  • Sibling Rivalry
    Four young squirrels cautiously venture out of their nest while taking in Wednesday's summer weather.
  • Boomerang Donation
    Kellie Newcomer, director of Boomerang Backpacks, accepts a check for more than $1,000 from Larry Rensberger, who initiated Wawasee Volunteer Expo. It took the form of a breakfast Aug. 20 in the Syracuse Community Center. More than 20 not-for-profit groups from Milford, North Webster and Syracuse participated to raise awareness of their missions and devotion to the communities. Other members of the Expo committee are (L to R)” Jo Butler, Syracuse Garden Club; Tyler McLead, Wawasee Kiwanis; Tracy Sumpter, Lakeland Youth Center; Virginia Surso, Rock Solid and St. Vincent de Paul Society; and Don Bokhart, Knights of Columbus. This school year, Boomerang Backpacks will help more than 200 Wawasee elementary and middle school students by sending them home with food for weekends.
  • Harvest Time
    A farmer collects corn for silage Thursday evening along CR 600S, west of CR 700W. Photo by Gary Nieter.
  • Now What?
    A turkey appears to be unsure of what to do next after landing on a fence post along Scott Road on the south side of Palestine Lake.
  • Variety Show Friday
    The Warsaw Community High School Variety Show will be at 7 p.m. Friday in the Performing Arts Center. Cost is $6 at the door. There will be a total of 21 acts, including music, drama, dance and instrumental performances. Judges are Bill Aguilar, Troy Akers and Jeanine Corson. Individual prizes will be awarded in each category and one for best of show. The event is a fundraiser for the drama department.
  • Nature's Tapestry
    Virginia Hanna spotted what appeared to be a doily thrown over a tree branch outside her home Friday morning at West Haven Estates. She said the spider’s web resembled something her grandmother would have crocheted. Photo by Gary Nieter, Times-Union.
  • Foggy Swan Song
    A pair of Mute Swans relax on Pike Lake near the Beyer Farm Trail Friday morning. The exotic Mute Swan is the elegant bird of Russian ballets and European fairy tales, according to allaboutbirds.org. This swan swims with its long neck curved into an ‘S’ and often holds its wings raised slightly above its back. Although they’re numerous and familiar in city parks and in bays and lakes in the Pacific Northwest, Great Lakes, Northeast and Midatlantic, Mute Swans are not native to North America, the website states. Their aggressive behavior and voracious appetites often disturb local ecosystems, displace native species and even pose a hazard to humans. Photo by David Slone, Times-Union.
  • 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
    
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9/11 Ceremony Keynote Speech
Mike Cox, co-chair of the Kosciusko County 2016 Patriot Day Remembrance Ceremony, gave the keynote speech at the 9/11 ceremony on Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016. This is his full speech, unedited.
Patriotic Guitar Medley
Kevin Kyle played a medley of patriotic songs on the electric guitar during the 9/11 ceremony at the 9/11 memorial in Central Park, Warsaw, Indiana, on Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016.
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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