Skip to main content

Archive - Jun 12, 2011

Date

'Busco seniors move on

June 12, 2011

CHURUBUSCO — Traditions are appropriate at graduations but the salutatorian Dustin “Bob” Arvola broke it when he rolled down a sign that said “Bob” with an arrow pointing to him as he gave his dreaded speech.
A total of 105 Churubusco High School students made up the Class of 2011. An impressive 32 of them graduated with honors.
——
To read the rest of this story, please order an e-subscription, found under the e-edition subscription link, or call The Post & Mail at 244-5153, ext. 207 and ask for a subscription.

WHS grads excelled in the classroom

June 12, 2011

SOUTH WHITLEY — Whitko High School Principal Parrish Kruger was quick to point out the academic prowess of his graduating class Friday night as the school paid homage to the Class of 2011.
“As Principal of Whitko High School, I must say it’s been an honor to serve you,” said Kruger as he addressed the class.
Kruger announced that 36 percent of the class graduated with honors diplomas, which he said was six percent above the state average.
——

City graduates reflect, take next step in life

June 12, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — The Columbia City alumni group grew by 292 Friday evening as the 2011 senior class of Eagles turned their tassels, received a diploma and walked out into world.
One of the larger classes to go through Columbia City, the class motto of “we are the ones” puts in words how faculty speaker Bob Fahl witnessed one of the school’s most successful classes.
“They are without a doubt the best overall class that’s graduated from Columbia City High School in the last 30 years,” Fahl said in his address to the crowd.
——

WMS secretary looks back on three decades

June 12, 2011

LARWILL — Georgia Tenney, secretary at Whitko Middle School, is retiring after nearly 33 years of service in education, with 14 of those years at Pierceton Middle School as a secretary and treasurer.
In 1993, when the school system consolidated its junior high schools, Tenney transferred from Pierceton to the newly-constructed Whitko Middle School as the school’s secretary.
——
To read the rest of this story, please order an e-subscription, found under the e-edition subscription link, or call The Post & Mail at 244-5153, ext. 207 and ask for a subscription.

Larwill council hears EDC update

June 12, 2011

LARWILL — Alan Tio, Whitley County Economic Development Corporation’s president, attended the Larwill town council meeting Thursday night and provided updates on EDC activities, along with an overview of last year and the upcoming 2012 budget.
“The thing about the EDC is it represents a 20-year commitment that Whitley county has had to supporting (and growing) industry and bringing new money into our county,” Tio said. “We (EDC) want to make sure we keep that effort strong and continue to respond to the needs of business.”
——

Columbia City High School Lady Eagle Aubrey Wright, a senior, was recognized at last Saturday’s...
LIGONIER — Young teams have to go through some growing pains from time to time. The Whitko Lady...
CHURUBUSCO — The Churubusco boys’ basketball team used a 25-point fourth quarter surge to blow open...

 

Premium Drupal Themes by Adaptivethemes