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April 5, 2012

Tri Lakes Easter Egg Hunt Saturday
An Easter Egg Hunt will be held at Tri Lakes Baptist Church Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 am. The event is for any child between the ages of three and the fifth grade. Activities will consist of game time, story time, puppets, Egg Roll and an Egg Hunt. Bags will be provided for each child. Also, there may be a special appearance by a very large chicken. The event is free of charge.

'Titanic Tea' party April 14

WIND ORDINANCE GETS NOD FROM PLAN COMMISSION: Favorable recommendation headed to Commissioners

April 5, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — Following nearly two years of discussion concerning a zoning ordinance regarding regulations for wind energy systems, the debate has finally ended. For now, anyway. The truth is the subject has merely shifted sails and is now making its way to the desks of the Whitley County Board of Commissioners, where there is little chance an approval or disapproval will be a quick process.

SUMMER SAFETY: Cops issue friendly reminders

April 5, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — With warm weather moving into the area soon, the Columbia City Police Department is offering summertime safety tips for local residents.

The CCPD wants to remind citizens to lock their vehicles, homes and outbuildings, walk or run in well-lit areas at night and educate children about potential dangers. According to the CCPD, most vehicle break-ins and thefts are crimes of opportunity. If the vehicle is unlocked, it is easy to go through and take things.

EASTER EGG TIME: City egg hunt set for tonight

April 5, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY ­— The annual Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by the Columbia City Rotary Club will be held at Morsches Park baseball diamonds tonight at 6 p.m.

Age groups for children include: Up to 2 years old with parent assisting; 3 to 5 years old with parent accompanying, 6 to 8 years old, no adult help, and 9 to 11 years old. Children over age 11 are not allowed to participate.

Columbia City’s scholars

April 5, 2012

Columbia City seniors Brandon Gay and Matt Rethlake were named to the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association Academic All-State Honorable Mention team.

Also garnishing honors from the IBCA were juniors Drew Benedict and Derek Hinen, receiving All-State Underclassmen Honorable Mention honors.

On Sunday, Ackerman’s team won the Morsches Park co-ed lob ball league championship in a double...
AUBURN — “This is proof that every shot matters.” Columbia City girls golf coach Andrew Thompson...
SYRACUSE — After a 100-stroke victory Thursday, Columbia City’s girls golf team struggled through...

 

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