Archive - Mar 23, 2012
Glen LaRue, Whitley County resident, found black and grey morel mushrooms Thursday. Typically, morel season is in mid-April but due to warmer-than-usual March temperatures, mushrooms are beginning to surface. The morels were found in Columbia Township.
Cat survives 19-story plunge from Boston high rise
BOSTON (AP) â A veterinarian says acting like a flying squirrel may have saved a cat from serious injury in a 19-story plunge from a Boston high rise.
Sugar the cat had no broken bones or cuts, just some bruising on her lungs after the fall from a window owner Brittany Kirk had opened to enjoy the recent unseasonably warm weather.
The Animal Rescue League estimates Sugar fell between 150 and 200 feet.
Kirk tells WBZ-TV (http://cbsloc.al/GLkYuk) she thinks Sugar used up âone or two or maybe eightâ of her nine lives.
COLUMBIA CITY â A 25-year-old man is doing well after he and his moped were struck by a van Monday evening.
Brandon Morris of Columbia City was stopped at the intersection of U.S. 30 and W. Lincolnway when he fell victim to a collision in the middle of the crossroads.
The red van, driven by Darlene Menzie, 59, of Pierceton, was turning north onto Lincolnway from the eastbound lane of U.S. 30, when she was t-boned by a Buick Lesabre from the westbound lane of the highway.
The Lesabre was driven by Terence White, 69, of Winona Lake.
The Columbia City girls track team competed at South Side Thursday night for a three-way meet with Concordia. The Lady Cadets won by 10 points over Columbia City with 71.5 and 61.5 points, respectively. Both teams beat South Side, which only had 28 points. Above, Kaitlyn Miller takes her turn at the long jump.