COLUMBIA CITY â€” It's going to be a white Halloween this year, as snow is falling in Columbia City just before trick-or-treat hours tonight.
Be sure to bundle up children before trick-or-treating, or take advantage of the community's indoor activities, including the Columbia City Church of the Nazarene, Millers Merry Manor and the Whitley County Historical Museum.
Matt Boyd, Rotarian and chairman of the Whitley County Republican Party, discussed the process for filling vacancies, outlining time frames and caucus procedures at a recent luncheon meeting of the Columbia City Rotary Club.
CONTEST: For those of you posting photos of your little ones in the costumes, share your photos to our facebook page to enter our contest and win prizes!
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Editorâ€™s note: The following is the final installment in The Post & Mailâ€™s series on homeschooling.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” As her childâ€™s first day of school grew closer, Vanessa Schoon still wasnâ€™t convinced of sending her six-year-old son, Baylor, off to first grade. The decision to homeschool still weighed heavily on her mind. For Schoon, a large concern was the length of time her son would be at school in relation to the amount of learning that could take place.
Whitko High Schoolâ€™s girls golf team celebrated its awards night at Pizza Hut Monday night. Pictured, from left: Elizabeth Gensch, Mental Attitude Award; Kirsten Crawford, Best Short Game; Coach Bryan Sprunger; April Bishop, Lowest Scoring Average (48.4); Aurelia Slusher, Best Work Ethic; and Claire Reiff, Most Competitive.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Her name was Lola â€” she was a showgirl. Barry Manilowâ€™s award-winning song is being brought to life onstage at Columbia City High School next week. The CCHS theatre department is presenting â€śCopacabana,â€ť a musical comedy to the Newell Rice Auditorium Nov. 7 and 8 at 7:30 p.m.
We're entering holiday party season and The Post & Mail and its advertisers have put together a booklet of tips, ideas and advertised specials.
The special Holiday Party Planner is inserted in today's Post & Mail, available at newsstands, convenience stores and retail outlets throughout Whitley County.
Jan. 10, 1950 â€” Oct. 23, 2014
John Eric Weigold, 64, of Canyon Lake, TX, passed away Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014 at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne.
Born Jan. 10, 1950, in Fort Wayne, he was the son of Herbert and D. Joan (Best) Weigold.
John attended and graduated with the last Wolf Lake High School graduating Class of 1968. He attended Ball State University.