Elkhart and Kosciusko Edition

Warsaw women shares the faith that found her

It wasn’t until many years later that Nancy Baker would find what really challenged, tested and rewarded her faith in a way that made sense to her.

C.G. Conn and 'The Victor Twins'

C.G. Conn Ltd. called them “The Victor Twins” as they both played the “Conn Victor Cornets in the Holton High School band.

Bill Leininger: Director of cattle at the Indiana State Fair

For the past 35 years Bill and Buni Leininger of Silver Lake have spent their summer vacations at the Indiana State Fair.

Growing lasting memories

Container gardening is becoming popular with enthusiasts every where.

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A day in Old San Juan

During our day in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, we learned during his second voyage Christopher Columbus landed on Puerto Rico. He claimed the land for Spain and named it Bautista to honor John the Baptist.

Carving initials in the beech trees

Wayne and Charles were best friends, but being brothers, they seemed to feel some inherent desire to “needle” one another. So, unknown to each other, Wayne carved “C.W. + Z.S.” and Charles carved “W.V.W. + Z.S.”

Cheers Report

Cheers Report

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Railroaders play by a different set of rules

The intrigue of vintage baseball can be immediately recognized in the uniforms worn by the ballist, said Lamar Hochstetler.

Nobunny knows Flemish like Meeker

The “bunny lady” warns against impulsive buying of the cuddly critters due to the investment of time needed for proper care.

County's diverse agriculture challenges, inspires extension educator

As the extension educator of agriculture and natural resources, Burbrink shares his knowledge of crops and horticulture with the community.

Springing Into Action

As the world stretches itself awake for another growing season, seniors will emerge from their cold-weather cocoons and take to the sidewalks, tennis courts, golf courses and garden plots to celebrate a new year of enjoyable outdoor activity.

A step back in time at the castle

Who doesn’t recall their American history class and Teddy Roosevelt leading the Rough Riders to victory in San Juan during the war?

Nafziger an encouraging advocate for children in Elkhart

Larry Nafziger, 66, isn’t unfamiliar with making a difference in children’s lives. Nafziger became a CASA volunteer in the fall of 2012.

Tapestry: A day for you, celebrates 14 years of celebrating women

Take a quick look in the dictionary for “tapestry,” and you’ll find this: a piece of thick textile fabric with pictures or designs formed by weaving colored weft threads or by embroidering on canvas, used as a wall hanging or furniture covering; also used in reference to an intricate or complex combination of things or sequence of events.

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How Rick Paczkowski saved KHCH

“What am I doing here?” That’s the question Rick Paczkowski asked God and himself soon after accepting the executive director position at Kosciusko Home Care and Hospice, Incorporated in 2004.