Archive - Nov 23, 2012
SOUTH WHITLEY â€” Markers were handed out and people were encouraged to write on the walls of the meeting room in South Whitley Tuesday, located next to the Town Hall.
The South Whitley Plan Com-mission held a brainstorming session for residents to write down suggestions on ways the town could improve.
Anna Simmons, plan commission president, said, â€śWe did this at our last meeting and we got some great ideas. I hope to have more meetings in the future to determine the priority of each suggestion in the different categories.â€ť
PIERCETON â€” Whitko Community School students will have a weekly delay of 30 minutes each Wednesday starting in January.
Superintendent Steve Clason petitioned the Board of Trustees for Whitko Community School Corporation to approve the delay to allow for professional training for teachers.
â€śWeâ€™re not leading this change, we are following it,â€ť said Clason. â€śThe state says we have to offer so much time for development and this seems to be the most cost effective way to do it.â€ť
COLUMBIA CITY â€” With reindeer, lights and the sounds of Christmas, Santa will be ushered to his house on the Courthouse Square Friday night.
The City of Columbia City and the Downtown Business Association, along with The Clugston on the Square, will present a lighted Christmas parade Friday at 6 p.m.
This is the first parade of its kind in Columbia City in recent memory.
Once Santa reaches the Courthouse, a holiday lighting ceremony will initiate the holiday season as Santa begins entertaining children.