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Schools

  • Grace gets innovative to recruit students
    Kristen Bellinger, an 18-year-old senior from Columbus, Indiana, wasn’t sure where she wanted to go to school before she visited the campus of Grace College in Winona Lake.
  • At North Side, industrial gear cranking out job-ready grads
    Take a stroll through Phil Springer’s Hire Technology workshop at North Side High School and you’ll see sandblasters, band saws, lathes and laser engravers. In this place, kids can get their hands dirty, and it’s OK.
  • Construction begins on Concordia arena
    Construction of a multipurpose facility at Concordia Lutheran church and elementary school was 20 years in the making.The new $2 million, 18,150-square-foot arena at 4245 Lake Ave.
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WAWASEE

Miller
Haessig

VALEDICTORIAN

Brooke Catherine Miller, daughter of Steve and Cheryl Miller. Plans to attend Purdue University.

SALUTATORIAN

Lanae Nicole Haessig, daughter of Dave and Kim Haessig. Plans to attend Grace College and study elementary and special needs education.

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