HUNTINGTON -- PHD in Huntington County is expanding its operations, creating up to 22 new jobs by 2017. The company will invest more than $4 million to equip its 76,000 square-foot production facility so they can begin in-sourcing production of multi-axis CNC machined parts. PHD is a supplier of automation components for manufacturers worldwide.
WARSAW -- Pre-registration for all Warsaw Community Schools is underway. You have until May 30th to pre-register your child for the 2014-2015 school year. This can be done using the WCS PowerSchool system. Your login information was sent to you prior to Spring Break. If you didn't get it or lost it, you need to contact your child's school. Final registration dates are July 30, 31, and August 1.
KOSCIUSKO COUNTY -- This Saturday the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department is partnering with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and numerous other law enforcement agencies for the eighth drug take back event in three years. Last April, Americans turned in prescription drugs at over 5,800 sites across the United Stats. From 10 am - 2 pm on Saturday, you can dispose of any expired or unwanted drugs by simply taking those drugs to the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department parking lot and put them in a designated receptacle. The drug take back is for pills, capsules, and liquids only. No sharps/needles will be accepted.
WARSAW -- A job fair is being held today for the new Rally's restaurant coming to Warsaw. It'll be located inside the Good To Go store on S.R. 15. Applications for managers, assistant managers, crew leaders and team members will be accepted from 10am - 2pm today and tomorrow from 1pm - 5pm. Rally's will employ about 40 people when it opens in May.
WARSAW -- Tower Bank is making the change to Old National Bank. The conversion will happen this weekend. Tomorrow, Tower Bank ATMs will close at 8 am. The banking centers, drive-thrus and online services will close at 4 pm. Then on Saturday, the ATMs will reopen as Old National ATMs. All other banking services will reopen on Monday.
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