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September 21st

RaeAnne Minnix, 43

September 21, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — RaeAnne “Rae” A. Minnix, 43, of Paulding, Ohio, died at 7:15 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 16, 2012, at home.
She was born May 23, 1969, in Auburn, to Arthur D. and LaDial E. (Hawn) White, who preceded her in death.
She was a talented musician who loved to play the guitar, and the piano. She was, also, an inspirational writer.

September 20th

Fall Festival: Fireworks recreate July 4th celebration

September 20, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — On Friday and Saturday, Morsches Park will welcome Whitley County residents to gather for fall fanfare and celebration.
The rescheduled fireworks display has now allowed for a weekend of food, music and entertainment. At 5 p.m. Friday, food vendors and bounce houses will open. An Elementary Mile Championship Run will kick off at 5:30 p.m. This will feature over 700 cross country runners in grades three through five. The night will close with a concert by Bluebird Revival at 6 p.m.
Saturday, the park will open at 8 a.m. to host the farmer’s market.

ROAD CLOSING IMMINENT

September 20, 2012

WCCS: Staffers prepare for national autism conference

September 20, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — Susan Christman, WCCS’s director of special education, Sue Corbin, the corporation’s assistant director for special education, as well as Melissa Dubie, with the Indiana Resource Center for Autism, are preparing to attend a national conference in Ohio on autism in November.
The welcome came after a proposal was written by the three individuals detailing the work the local school corporation has accomplished to meet the needs of autistic students.

Patricia Maroney, 75

September 20, 2012

Patricia A. Maroney, 75, of Columbia City, died at 7:48 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2012, at Grace Village Healthcare, Winona Lake.
She was born Jan. 8, 1937, in Highland Park, Mich., a daughter of the late Henry H. and Margaret C. (Kendall) Bowman.
Her formative years were spent in the Detroit area. She graduated from Redford High School in 1953. She began college at Michigan State University and completed her bachelor’s degree at Wayne State University in business with a minor in psychology.

September 19th

WHITKO: Commissioners conduct meeting for students

September 19, 2012


SOUTH WHITLEY – The Whitley County Board of Commissioners held its regular meeting in a different environment Monday, as business was conducted in front of students from Whitko High School.
“I enjoy holding the meetings for the students,” said County Commissioner Don Amber. “We do this for the kids’ edification.”
Amber said the commissioners occasionally held meetings at the South Whitley Library, but then it was suggested to move it to the school for students, particularly those attending a government class.

DAY OF CARING

September 19, 2012

FUTURE EAGLE SCOUT: Receives plaudits from Whitko board

September 19, 2012


PIERCETON — A brand new sidewalk at Whitko High School was the culmination of a project coordinated by a WHS freshman, the results of which will propel the young man to elite status among his fellow Boy Scouts of America.
John Langmaid, Jr., 14, coordinated the sidewalk project as part of his quest to achieve the rank of Eagle Scout, a designation he said will belong to him soon.

SGCS: Board lauds Vogel as teacher of the month

September 19, 2012


CHURUBUSCO — The Smith-Green Community School Corporation’s Board of School Trustees had a full plate at its regular board meeting Monday night.
Various school programs, as well as technology upgrades and the school’s ongoing construction project highlighted the board’s busy agenda.
Churubusco Elementary School Principal Shellie Miller recognized Erica Vogel as “Teacher of the Month” Monday.
In the four years she has taught at CES, Vogel has helped with Extended Day Kindergarten, junior high language arts, K-2 intervention and intensive needs.

Col. City drops NHC contest to Norwell

September 19, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY —– There is an old adage in sports that says, “the best offense is a good defense.”

Columbia City’s Lady Eagle volleyball team found out that sometimes the best offense is a good offense Tuesday night.

The host Lady Eagles had trouble generating a consistent offense against visiting Northeast Hoosier Conference foe Norwell. The Lady Eagles took a close first game, but dropped the next three to fall to the Lady Knights by a 3-1 score.

The Lady Eagles return to action on Thursday when they face NHC foe New Haven.

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