Archive - Oct 25, 2012
FORT WAYNE â€”Â Police are looking for suspects in an armed robbery that occurred Thursday morning in Fort Wayne.
According to a press release by the Fort Wayne Police Department, at approximately 8:40 a.m. Thursday, two males in dark hooded sweatshirts approached two employees from Midwest America Federal Credit Union on Swinney Avenue, forcing the employees to take them inside.
Both suspects, who were armed with handguns, demanded cash before leaving.
Local football teams are prepping for the second round of sectional play this week. Columbia City is looking to break the cycle against Bishop Dwenger, which has beaten the Eagles in sectionals for the last six years in a row. Whitko faces the No. 1 team in Class 3A in the state, Jimtown, and Churubusco travels to 8-2 Elwood.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” A Columbia City woman was killed in an accident on Ind. 205 Wednesday.
Rachel Anderson, 28, of rural Columbia City, was traveling southwest on Ind. 205 when she went left of the center line and sideswiped a semi trailer before landing in the ditch near CR 300 E.
Anderson was flown by Parkview Samaritan to a hospital in Fort Wayne with head and facial injuries.
The driver of the semi, Timmy High, 56, of Waterloo, was not injured.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Christmas lights in Columbia City, which usually hang on the poles down Line Street and Main Street, may be getting replaced this year, as the old lights are estimated to be 15 years old.
â€śChristmas lights are one way in which we can continue to be open and inviting during the holiday season,â€ť said Mayor Ryan Daniel. â€śI think itâ€™s great for community development.â€ť
According to Mayor Daniel, the Christmas light committee consists of himself, Columbia City Councilwoman Nicole Penrod and Columbia City Electric Department Superintendent, Larry Whetstone.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Updates are in store for Morsches Park as the Columbia City Park Board has announced several upcoming projects.
â€śI think people are going to see almost a reinvention of Morsches Park within a couple months time,â€ť said Mayor Ryan Daniel.
According to Columbia City Park Director Mark Green, one of the projects includes the replacement of the parkâ€™s main playground.