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Woman Sentenced In Battery Case

WARSAW — A Warsaw woman will serve 1 1/2 years in jail after battering a man with a metal bar. Naomi Gonzales, 37, Warsaw, was charged with domestic battery with a deadly weapon, a level 5 felony; and resisting law enforcement, a class A misdemeanor. Two additional criminal charges were dismissed as part of a plea agreement.
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Area Accident Reports

Officers with the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office investigated the following accidents:. 4:43 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 27, North Jefferson Street, east of East Wells Street, Silver Lake. Driver: Steven B. Ford, 32, Fulton Avenue, Rochester. Ford was turning from North Jefferson Street onto East Wells Street when he sideswiped a parked vehicle and backed into a parked vehicle. Both vehicles were unoccupied at the time of the accident and no injuries were reported. Damage up to $25,000.
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Landlord Has Racked Up Nearly $40K In Fines, Demolition

Ralph Fitch is on the verge of no longer having any rental properties in the city of Warsaw. The Larwill man has been a frequent flyer with the Warsaw Code Enforcement office over the years over numerous dilapidated rental properties including ones on Market Street and Winona Avenue that had to be demolished by the city.
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Area Police Reports

Officers with the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office investigated the following incidents:. 10:47 a.m. Monday, Sept. 26, 3400 block West CR 200S, Warsaw. Gabriel D. Whetstone reported the theft of a firearm. Value: $1,705.66. 9:08 a.m. Monday, Sept. 26, 8200 block East US 30, Pierceton. Representatives for Regency Estates reported...
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OK Given For Nearly $400K In ARPA Funds By Commissioners

Five requests for American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds totaling nearly $400,000 were presented to and approved by the Kosciusko County Commissioners on Tuesday. The county’s ARPA Committee recommended the requests. The County Council must also approve the requests at their Oct. 13 meeting. Cardinal Services Executive Director Vickie...
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Public Occurrences 09.28.22

The following people were preliminarily charged and booked into the Kosciusko County Jail:. • 3:22 p.m. Monday - Aaron S. Brauneller, 34, Huntington, arrested for driving while suspended with a prior suspension and misdemeanor failure to appear. No bond set. • 3:44 p.m. Monday - Casey William Whitehurst, 33, of...
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Habitat To Hold Dedication & Celebration For Warsaw Home

On Oct. 8 at 10 a.m., Habitat for Humanity will officially dedicate its 35th house in Kosciusko County. This dedication and celebration event is in partnership with the Salvation Army of Warsaw, a supporter of this build. “This is our time to look back on what God has done throughout...
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One Injured After One-Vehicle Accident

One person was injured after a one-vehicle accident Sunday. According to the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office accident report, at approximately 8:31 p.m. Sunday, Zachary M. Husband, 25, South Bend, was driving north on CR 100E, approaching the curve in the roadway at CR 550N. Husband said he saw the road curve signs and tried to slow down but when he applied his brakes, the brakes did not activate.
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Young Chargers Spoil Tiger Soccer Senior Night 2-0

WARSAW – The Warsaw girls’ soccer side honored eight seniors before their final home game Tuesday night at the Tiger Soccer Complex (TSC), but the Carrol Chargers’ youth movement – starting three freshmen and a sophomore - finished the evening victorious 2-0. A good-sized gathering of Tiger soccer faithful honored Zoe Bergan, Rylee Burns, Taylon Chastain, Bonnie Hampton, Jordan Love, Kiana Rager, Paige Smythe, and Macy Wayne on a cool, breezy early fall night.
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Mia Beckham’s confidence is taking her the distance

Mia Beckham runs on the outdoor track at Butler University during practice. Photo by Claire Runkel. In her last season on Butler’s cross country team, redshirt senior Mia Beckham will use her experience and confidence to fearlessly cross her final finish line. On Sept. 20, Beckham was named Big...
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Warsaw BZA Tables Petition For Oak & Alley Parking Lot Variance

Before voting on a petition for a variance, the Warsaw Board of Zoning Appeals has to consider three findings of fact. With the city attorney not present at Monday’s meeting, and a legal question about how strict they have to be on those findings, the BZA on Monday tabled a petition for a variance to allow a parking lot at 2321 E. Market St. If a special meeting can’t be scheduled to consider the petition further, the BZA will discuss it at their 7 p.m. Oct. 24 meeting.
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Washington Principal Resigns, Interim Principal Named

Warsaw Schools Board approved Monday the separation of David Burden as Washington STEM Academy’s principal. According to Superintendent Dr. David Hoffert after the Board meeting, Burden resigned “last Thursday” to spend with his family. His last day was Friday. Cheri Sleighter was named as interim principal. She...
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Bremen Man Arrested Following Marshall County Accident

A Bremen man was arrested Saturday, September 24 following an accident in the area of U.S. 31 and U.S. 6 in Marshall County. The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department was notified of the accident involving two vehicles at approximately 10:40 p.m. ET. One of the drivers, identified as 45-year-old Roberto Nava Rea, was reportedly found to be under the influence of alcohol. Police say field sobriety tests were completed and a certified blood draw was done at the Plymouth hospital. The results showed that Rea’s blood alcohol content was three times over the legal limit, according to the report.
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KEDCO Presents 3 Initiatives To Commissioners For Funding

Kosciusko Economic Development Corporation CEO Alan Tio presented three initiatives to the County Commissioners for funding on Tuesday. Totaling $140,000, the funding for the entrepreneurship, housing and talent initiatives will come from the Economic Development Projects account in the County Economic Development Income Tax budget. “About a month ago, I...
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Two Events Bring People Together Downtown Warsaw

Two events side-by-side Saturday evening brought out at least a couple hundred people to downtown Warsaw. Kosciusko Kettleheads’ Homebrew Fest took place under a tent on Buffalo Street between Main and Center streets, while La Fiesta del Barrio was held on the county courthouse lawn and a portion of Buffalo just north of the tent.
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Public Occurrences 09.27.22

The following people were preliminarily charged and booked into the Kosciusko County Jail:. • 4:10 p.m. Sunday - Jerry Martan Hall, 45, of 1219 Bibler Ave., Winona Lake, arrested for felony probation violation. Bond: $5,250. • 3:33 a.m. Monday - Steffan Allan San Filippo, 52, of 602 S. Union St.,...
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Echoes Of The Past Fall Festival Planned For October

CLAYPOOL - Wet and soggy conditions forced The Echoes of the Past to cancel their annual fall festival last year. Club members are crossing their fingers that Mother Nature will be more kind this year and the weather cooperates to host the event on Oct. 14-15. It will be at the corner of County Farm Road and CR 700S in Claypool.
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Public Occurrences 09.26.22

The following people were preliminarily charged and booked into the Kosciusko County Jail:. • 5 p.m. Friday - James Andrew Bumbaugh, 30, of 622 E. Fort Wayne St., Warsaw, arrested for a drug court violation. No bond listed. • 7:23 p.m. Friday - Robert Anthony Flowers Jr., 42, of 401...
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The Penalty Box: “W” Game Is A “W” For Everyone

It’s “W” Trophy Week. Warsaw and Wawasee will meet Friday on the football field, and the winner gets (or retains) the “W” Trophy. Just to look at it, it’s not an impressive object. It has a wood foundation, with two blocks of wood on top of it—one much larger than the other.
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Warsaw Schools Receives $100K Safety Grant

During a regular board meeting on Monday, Warsaw Community Schools Board of Trustees approved a recently awarded $100,000 competitive school safety grant. “WCS is very thankful to the state of Indiana for prioritizing funds to schools through the Secured Schools Safety Grant,” said Superintendent Dr. David Hoffert in a provided news release. “This funding helps to sustain our school resource officers, provide roving security detail and maintain ongoing threat assessments inside our schools.”
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