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Marines the focus of 2012 Veterans Marathon

October 5, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — In honor of the servicemen and servicewomen who have served our nation, Columbia City will be hosting its third annual Veterans Marathon Saturday, Nov. 12.
This year, special honors will be directed to the United States Marine Corps.
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Corporation reports pupil enrollment up by 10 students

October 5, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — Whitley County Consolidated Schools reported on WCCS attendance at its work session Monday.
Officially, including kindergarteners who attend half days, the school district has 3,393.5 students.
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Community Foundation seeks grant reguests

October 5, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY – The Whitley County Community Foundation’s grant review session is approaching, according to foundation officials.
The Community Foundation funds charitable projects that will make a positive impact on Whitley County and its people. The foundation is particularly interested in ideas that shed new light on local needs and provide innovative, long-term solutions.
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Mayoral hopefuls in public forum

October 5, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — The Whitley County Patriots held their monthly meeting at the Church of the Nazarene Tuesday and hosted Columbia City’s three mayoral candidates – Ryan Daniel, Republican; Catherine Heritier, Democrat; and Scott Wise, Libertarian.
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Col. City tennis handed season-ending loss

October 5, 2011

CULVER — Columbia City tennis’ history-making season ended Tuesday night in the first round of regionals.
The Eagles faced Ply-mouth, which has racked up 15 straight sectional titles, at Culver Academies.
Though Columbia City lost as a team, No. 1 singles Derek Hinen won his match, advancing to the next round in the singles tournament.

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Churubusco controls Lakeland in three games

October 5, 2011

LAGRANGE — The measure of a team is not always how they play when faced with a team that is better than they are, but rather how they play when competing against a team that is not playing at their level.
That was the challenge that the Churubusco Lady Eagles had Tuesday night when they traveled to Lagrange to square off against the Lakeland Lady Lakers in a Northeast Corner Conference match.
The Lady Eagles were able to maintain their focus and came away with a win in three straight games.

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