Our Town Syracuse

Syracuse is the location of Lake Syracuse and the nearby, larger Lake Wawasee, in addition to several other lakes in the region. The National Weather Service operates a Weather Forecast Office in the town.

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Meet The Videographers


  • Captain Scott Albon Project: S.S. Lillypad
  • Doug Anderson Project: 4th of July Celebration
  • Pat Appenzeller Project: Harkless Mier Automobile
  • Chris Bales Project: Bales Butcher Shop
  • Jim Beck Project: Spink - Wawasee Hotel
  • Tammy Cotton Project: Chautauqua Wawasee
  • Eileen Cripe Project: Four seasons on the water
  • Kyle Dukes Project: Daddy Daughter Dance
  • Jim Tranter Project: Eli Lilly
  • Bev Hiatt Project: Music in churches
  • Tim Hiatt Project: Pickwick Theater
  • Grace & Hunter Horan Project: Kayaking the lake
  • Rick Lemberg & Bob Fanning Project: Ice Sailing
  • Greg Long Project: Winter Carnival
  • Megan McClellan Project: Tour des Lakes
  • Tyler McClead Project: Mudtastic Classic Run
  • Mike Mock Project: A Wawasee Novelty
  • Nancy Nelson Project: W.E. Long
  • Dr. Rex Parent Project: Oakwood Resort
  • Teddy Pieper & Vietmy Montgomery Project: Syracuse Skate Park
  • Garry Ringler Project: Postcards from Syracuse
  • Martha Stoelting Project: Splitting the Lake
  • Joan Szynal & Heather Harwood Project: Wawasee Area Conservancy Foundation
  • Dick Tillman Project: Sailboat Racing
  • Justin & Emily Traycoff Project: Westmain Tavern

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A Little About Syracuse


The Location

Syracuse is a town in Turkey Creek Township, Kosciusko County, in the U.S. state of Indiana. The population was 2,810 at the 2010 census.

Syracuse is the location of Lake Syracuse and the nearby, larger Lake Wawasee, in addition to several other lakes in the region. The National Weather Service operates a Weather Forecast Office in the town.


The History

Syracuse was laid out in 1837. It was likely named after the city of Syracuse, New York. The Syracuse post office was established in 1837.