Warsaw

Heisler to Serve Dual Role
10:10 pm
Fri October 10, 2014

Warsaw Appoints Acting Mayor

Warsaw Alderman Mike Heisler has been named acting Mayor.
Credit Cindy Iutzi / Daily Gate City

Warsaw Alderman Mike Heisler will be pulling double-duty for the next few months.

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No Reason Given
6:17 pm
Wed October 8, 2014

Warsaw Mayor Resigns

Warsaw Mayor Tiffany Murphy has stepped down, less than two years into her first term in office.

Warsaw Mayor Tiffany Murphy stepped down this week, less than two years into her first term in office.

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Fort Madison, Warsaw
10:09 pm
Wed April 2, 2014

Interest Growing in Street-Legal Golf Carts

This scenario could soon play out in several tri-state area cities.

There could soon be a new way to get around Fort Madison as the city council approved the first reading of a measure to allow golf carts on city streets this week.

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Improvements in 2013 Did Not Take
9:59 am
Tue March 4, 2014

Warsaw Expected to Repair Street Again

Warsaw's S. 6th Street
Credit Jason Parrott / Tri States Public Radio

One of Warsaw’s most traveled streets could be in line for another round of repairs.

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Seeking New Energy Contract
8:25 am
Thu February 27, 2014

Warsaw Expands Sunday Alcohol Sales

Customers no longer have to wait until 12:00 P.M. on a Sunday to buy alcohol in Warsaw.

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Several Cracked Lines
5:03 pm
Mon February 10, 2014

More Water Problems in Warsaw

Water is once again an issue for some residents of Warsaw.

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Much Quicker Than Anticipated
3:28 pm
Thu February 6, 2014

Water Service Restored in Warsaw

Water is flowing again in Warsaw after a main leak drained the city's 250,000-gallon water tower and halted service.

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Election - April 9, 2013
4:44 pm
Tue January 8, 2013

Field Set for Warsaw City Races

The April 9 Election will bring some new faces to city government in Warsaw.

Three people have filed the paperwork required to be mayor.

Ward 3 Alderman Alan Leffler
Perry Cameron
Tiffany Murphy.

The winner will replace Gary Treatch, who chose not to seek another term in office.

Meanwhile, there are three seats up for grabs on the Warsaw City Council.

In Ward 1, incumbent Truman Phillips will face Joshua Smith.

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Runs Through Sunday Evening
10:34 am
Fri June 29, 2012

Warsaw Bicentennial This Weekend

The extreme heat will not stop Warsaw (IL) from celebrating its history this weekend.

The small town in western Hancock County came to be in 1812.  It was a settlement between Fort Edwards and Fort Johnson.

Bicentennial Committee Chairman Joe Clarke says after more than 35 years in Warsaw, he could not imagine living anywhere else.

“I really enjoy the camaraderie of people there,” says Clarke.  “You go downtown and everyone knows who you are and they are friendly.  It is a very nice community to live in.”

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Connected to School District
10:26 pm
Thu May 31, 2012

Warsaw Selects New Superintendent

The Warsaw School District’s next superintendent has plenty of ties to the community.

The Warsaw School Board and Matt Runge have reached an agreement on a contract that would have him on the job by July 1.  His base pay is expected to be about $105,000.

Runge currently serves as the superintendent of the Liberty School District near Quincy.

He is no stranger to Warsaw as his wife teaches there and his children have either graduated from Warsaw or are still enrolled in the district.

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