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Kosciusko

Thaddeus, Polish name Tadeusz Kościusko. 1746--1817, Polish general: fought for the colonists in the American War of Independence and led an unsuccessful revolt against the partitioning of Poland (1794)
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Established in 1892 and headquartered in Mentone, Indiana, Kosciusko, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Farmers State Bank, serves northeast Indiana with five full-service banking locations.
LaPorte Bancorp will bolster Horizon's presence in La Porte and Porter Counties, Indiana while Kosciusko provides growth opportunity in the attractive Warsaw, Indiana market area and complements Horizon's existing branch network in northeast Indiana.
Warsaw is cementing its claim as the "Orthopedic Manufacturing Capital of the World" with expansions at four companies that already employ a combined 4,000 and are about to add another 260 new jobs, reports Joy McCarthy-Sessing, president of Kosciusko Development Inc.
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The combined 50-million bushel per year soybean processing plant and biodiesel production facility will be located near Claypool, Indiana in Kosciusko County.
Shaw Material Real Estate Invest-ments LLC, led by Richard Shaw, got the loan from Merchants & Farmers Bank of Kosciusko, Miss.
Local Indiana newspaper the News-Sentinel recently reported that a Louis Dreyfus Corporation subsidiary has proposed the development of a new 250-acre "agro-industrial park" in Kosciusko County, IN.
President Ben Morris says that when the company realized its Kosciusko, Miss., feeder yard was too small, it selected a brownfield site in the city for the facility.
(Trinity) is a correspondence school that owns two parcels of real property in Kosciusko County, Indiana.
The plans included the relocation of selected assembly and returned goods reconditioning operations and would affect 75-90 employees at Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation's facilities in Blytheville, Arkansas and Kosciusko, Mississippi, Atlas Copco said.