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Places to give thanks; eat dinner on Thanksgiving

November 16, 2010

Three churches will open their doors to host Thanksgiving services next week. The public is invited to attend any of the services.
Two groups are also planning Thanksgiving dinners for those who have nowhere to go or are unable to afford Thanksgiving dinner

Author to speak at YFC rally

November 16, 2010

Author of “Mistaken Identity,” Newell Cerak, will be the headliner for the Whitley County Youth For Christ (YFC) “2010 Piece Rally” at the Eagle’s Nest Event Center at 7 p.m. Thursday, Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. with coffee and dessert available.
Cerak is the father of Whitney Cerak, a Taylor University student who survived a tragic automobile accident in 2006, but was mistakenly identified as another student.

’Busco standing up amongst the best

November 16, 2010

   Three seasons after appearing in the 2007 class A semistate championship and tying a school best 11-3 record, it’s hard to believe Churubusco football has actually had a better year in 2010.
   The small school of 423 students has seen a revival of its football program as of late. The Eagles are in the midst of their sixth consecutive winning season and second semistate appearance in four years Friday night when they travel to No. 1 Lafayette Central Catholic.

Culp approved as wrestling coach, Bechtold resigns

November 16, 2010

   COLUMBIA CITY — The coach shuffle was in motion as area high school and middle school coaches were accepting and resigning from jobs at the Whitley County Consolidated Schools board meeting Monday night.
   The Columbia City wrestling program’s two-week search for a head coach ended with assistant coach Blain Culp getting the job.
   In the Oct. 18 board meeting, Culp was approved as an assistant coach for the Eagles. At the same time then head coach Jeff Slain turned in his resignation.

800 plus turn out for second Veterans Marathon

November 16, 2010

2010 Full Marathon Results

Whitko stifles ’Busco, rebounds at home 67-48

November 16, 2010

   SOUTH WHITLEY ­— After a tough county loss to Columbia City Lady Eagles Friday night, the Whitko Lady Wildcats took out their frustration on the Churubusco Lady Eagles Saturday.
   “This group is working as hard, if not harder than any team we’ve had, we’ll never doubt their work ethic and effort and their desire to win,” Whitko head coach Rob Bell said.
   ’Busco put up a fight, but the Lady Wildcats came out on top with a 67-48 win.

The Columbia City Main Street Association brought back the Big G’s 3-on-3 Tournament to downtown...
COLUMBIA CITY — Sounds of revving engines and the smell of exhaust filled the Grandstand Sunday...

 

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