Archive - Aug 8, 2012
CHURUBUSCO â Churubusco Jr.-Sr. High School Assistant Principal Andrew Deming resigned at Smith-Green Community Schools board meeting Monday.
âMr. Deming submitted this letter,â said Ralph Bailey, interim superintendent. âHe grew up in the East Noble School District so I guess you could say he went home.â
Demingâs resignation is effective today. He has accepted a position with the EN Middle School.
His letter said âI have come to appreciate and care for the staff and community at Churubusco. However, this position is a more secure and stable career move for me and my family.â
COLUMBIA CITY â The Whitley County Council gave Sheriff Mark Hodges the approval to move forward with jail repairs at its meeting Tuesday.
The council approved $100,000 out of the Rainy Day Fund, with the rest of the money needed to complete the project to be determined as the project moves along.
The project, which concerns a door opening system, upgrading a camera system throughout the entire building and a request for cabinet renovations, is estimated to cost around $176,139 and to take six to eight months to complete.
COLUMBIA CITY â To continue the Celebrate Success program this year, Whitley County Consolidated School Corporation has started two new programs that are going to be working through the school and the district involving outreach.
âEach school is going to be creating a school outreach team to promote that particular school, and theyâre going to create a presentation and present the presentation to three off campus entities,â said Dr. Patricia OâConnor at the WCCS work session Monday.
OâConnor said these entities could include churches, the chamber, the rotary and even the city council.
Columbia Cityâs football team held its soap scrimmage Saturday.
Above, Jared Murphy makes a move for the end zone.
Phillip L. Lundblad, 82, of Columbia City, died at 4:10 p.m. Monday, Aug. 6, 2012, at his home. He had been in failing health for the past year.
He was born Oct. 23, 1929, in Whitley County, a son of Harold L. and C. Fern (Coolman) Lundblad. A lifelong resident of Columbia City, he graduated from Columbia City High School in 1949.
On Jan. 19, 1951, he enlisted in the U.S. Army, serving during the Korean War. He was honorably discharged Jan. 13, 1953.
On June 19, 1971, he was united in marriage to Linda D. Kitson. They moved to their present home in 1972.