Archive - Dec 9, 2010
COLUMBIA CITY â€” County planner Dave Sewell, several weeks removed from a disappointing setback involving the ordinance designed to regulate wind farms, appealed to the Whitley County Commissioners for guidance Monday.
â€śBefore the (Whitley County) Plan Commission goes back to any consideration of the proposed wind ordinance, I wanted to come to you and ask the commissioners for any direction you might have,â€ť said Sewell.
Sewell was instrumental in drafting a proposed ordinance that would oversee the arrival and construction of any â€śwind farmâ€ť in Whitley County.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” While most youngsters might be content making a rudimentary house or fort out of building blocks, talented students at Indian Springs Middle School are taking construction with the popular LEGOs to all new heights.
A team of six 8th-graders from the Columbia City school, with scientific minds way too sophisticated for a Neanderthal newspaper reporter, are constructing robots with electronic brains advanced enough to compete against the best of the best in Indiana â€” and hopefully the world.
SOUTH WHITLEY — Former Columbia City coaches, Wayne and Scott Kreiger, traveled back to Whitley County Wednesday night with the Canterbury Lady Cavaliers (5-2) to take on the Whitko Lady Wildcats (3-5).
Whitko fought to pull out a win over the Lady Cavaliers, who have won the Class A State Championship for the last three consecutive years.
The Lady Wildcats fell short, losing to Canterbury 69-63.