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'BUSCO: Homecoming

September 15, 2012

WHITKO: Homecoming court

September 15, 2012

NEW PLAN COMMISSIONER SOUGHT

September 15, 2012

The Whitley County Board of Commissioners announced that they are seeking a county resident that is interested in serving on the Whitley County Planning Commission.
The member must reside in or own property within the unincorporated area of the county.
A political party affiliation is not a requirement for this position.
The main qualification is an awareness of and interest in the development of the county.

WATER BOND: City mulls proposed bond

September 15, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City is discussing the possibility of a proposed water bond so the water department can start rolling on its upcoming projects.

Churubusco posts third shut-out in a row

September 15, 2012

CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco gave its crowd exactly what it expected in Friday night’s homecoming game against Angola.

Another shut-out win over a Northeast Corner Conference team, another slew of touchdown runs by Jason Nicodemus and another strong performance by the defense.

The Eagles are now 5-0 and travel to West Noble next week.

Whitko beats Wabash, 51-19

September 15, 2012

SOUTH WHITLEY — “Three cheers for the Wildcats!” said Head Coach Wayne Swender, pride swelling in his voice. “Hip-hip, hooray,”came the resounding cheer from the Whitko student section — having charged the field in celebration of Friday’s homecoming defeat of the Wabash Apaches, 51-19.

Within three minutes, Whitko was on the board after sophomore Devin Gerding rushed for a 63-yard touchdown.

After a weekend break, the Wildcats will spend the week preparing to travel to Northfield, “a much improved team,” said Swender with anticipation.

Col. City pounds DeKalb, 62-10

September 15, 2012

WATERLOO — A fired-up Columbia City defense forced six DeKalb turnovers and scored six points of its own while also giving the offense a short field to work with for most of the game, as the Eagles spoiled the Baron’s Friday night Homecoming with a 62-10 Northeast Hoosier Conference thumping.

The win boosts the Eagle record to 3-2 overall and 3-1 in the NHC heading into next week’s Homecoming contest with conference foe New Haven.

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COLUMBIA CITY — Sounds of revving engines and the smell of exhaust filled the Grandstand Sunday...

 

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