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CC shakes off Tigers 35-16

August 21, 2010

   COLUMBIA CITY — Whether the number 13 is lucky or unlucky may be a point of view.
   After 12 straight season-opening losses to the Warsaw Tigers, Friday night’s 13th meeting was most fortunate for the Columbia City Eagle football team. The Eagles used a potent offense and an  opportunistic defense that caused seven turnovers to post a 35-26 win over the Tigers at the Max Gandy Athletic Field.

Up, over and through: ’Busco trounces Fremont 46-0

August 21, 2010

   CHURUBUSCO — What a difference a season makes.
   At this time last season, Churubusco found itself in the middle of a single score dogfight on the road at Fremont.
   Despite a 14-0 win last season, ’Busco came into this season wanting to prove more.

Whitko blanks Wawasee 20-0

August 21, 2010

   SOUTH WHITLEY — The Whitko Wildcats kicked off their season with a 20-0 shutout home game against the Wawasee Warriors.
   Whitko’s motivating defense lead their offense into touchdown after touchdown.
   After nearly every big defensive play, a touchdown was to follow.
   “I’m just very proud of our team, whether things went bad or things went good, we got back in the huddle and got back to work,” said Whitko head coach Wayne Swender.

Local income tax losses projected higher than any county in state

August 21, 2010

Next year, Whitley County is projected to lose more income tax revenue than any other county in the state, according to the Association of Indiana Counties.
This year, the county received about $8.76 million in county adjusted gross income tax revenue and about $2.04 million in county economic development income tax revenue.
If estimates from the AIC hold true for 2011, those numbers will be only about two-thirds of their current levels.
For CAGIT, that means about $3.24 million less, and about $754,000 less in CEDIT funds.

Sewer rate case headed to court

August 21, 2010

    A lack of a vote on whether to allow a sewer rate increase for the Tri-Lakes Regional Sewer District will mean the issue will head to Circuit Court.
    The two-person board designated to vote on the issue — comprised of a county commissioner from Whitley County and one from Noble County —  failed to reach an agreement on how to vote, and therefore the issue will head to Circuit Court, if the sewer district or the petitioner files an appeal.

CHURUBUSCO — Hoping to extend their five-game winning streak into this Friday, the Churubusco...
FORT WAYNE — Columbia City opens sectional play Friday at 7 p.m. against South Side, a team Eagle...
GOSHEN — What had been one of the most successful Whitko Lady Wildcat volleyball seasons in recent...

 

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