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Whitko volleyball wins, boys soccer falls to Garrett

October 4, 2013

SOUTH WHITLEY — Whitko’s athletics picked up a win and a loss Thursday night.

The Lady Wildcats beat Canterbury in a four-game volleyball match, but the Wildcat boys soccer team fell 4-0 to Garrett.

Whitney Hobbs led the way for Whitko’s volleyball squad.

Hobbs had 13 kills and three aces.

The Lady Wildcats won the first game 25-17, but fell 25-21 in game two.

Whitko retaliated in games three and four, winning 25-20 and 25-22 to pick up the win.

Elaine Warner had 26 assists for the Lady Wildcats.

Col. City takes NHC victory

October 4, 2013

KENDALLVILLE — Columbia City’s volleyball team took a four-game victory over Northeast Hoosier Conference foe East Noble Thursday night.

The Lady Eagles opened up the first game with a quick, 25-15 win, but lost by nearly the same margin in game two, falling 25-14.

Columbia City refocused in the third game, beating the Lady Knights 25-18.

Charleene Heintzelman, 93

October 4, 2013

Charleene Magdalene Heintzelman, 93, of Columbia City, passed away at 1:25 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013, at Miller’s Merry Manor, Columbia City, where she had been a resident for the past three months.
She was born June 27, 1920, in Jefferson Township, a daughter of the late Earl S. and Laura (Lower) Kaufman. She graduated from Jefferson Center High School in 1938.
On June 14, 1941, she was united in marriage to Ross V. Heintzelman. They made their home in Jefferson Township. Mr. Heintzelman died April 3, 2006.

ONLINE POLL RESUTS

October 4, 2013

Autumn is here. What I like most about Hoosier fall is:

•Cooler weather.
•A new season of television shows.
•I don't like fall because it means winter is coming.
•Colorful landscapes.

Foundation taking nominations for heart of gold awards

October 4, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Continuing an 18-year tradition, the Whitley County Community Foundation will host the annual Heart of Gold Awards in celebration of the people in the community who give of themselves to make life a little better for others.

“Whitley County is a great place to live and work thanks to the many thoughtful people who call it home,” said Chelsey Barrell of the Whitley County Community Foundation.

Learning the letter of the law

October 4, 2013

While visiting with students at Mary Raber Elementary School, Allen County Superior Court Judge David Avery (left) shared information about the U.S. Constitution and various branches of government.

He then led a game in which students competed in teams to answer a variety of questions.

Judge Avery was at the school in honor of Constitution Day, Sept. 25.

SHUCKS: Competition unveils a county corn husker

October 4, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — It’s sport season, and nothing pricks the athlete’s heart like good, clean competition.

However, one Columbia City resident has chosen a rather unique field of competition.

Steve Schuman, of Columbia City, will vie for a top spot in the 2013 Indiana State Hand Corn Husking Contest, taking place Saturday in Bremen.

This will be his fifth year to compete, in which he has placed in the top five each year.

“I’ve been around it. I grew up in a farming environment,” Schuman said. “The competition is a challenge, and it’s interesting to see who shows up to compete.”

SYSTEM FAILURE: Wastewater problems still swirling

October 4, 2013

SOUTH WHITLEY — Lingering questions have plagued South Whitley Town Council members in regards to the system failures at the recently completed wastewater treatment plant.

When heavy rains hit the town in August, backups and overflows caused the plant to not perform as designed.

Since then, town leaders have questioned engineers as to where the problem lies and what needs to be done to prevent further system failures.

ASH BORER: Insects infect ’Busco park

October 4, 2013

CHURUBUSCO — Visit Churubusco’s town park and it won’t take long to notice the numerous stumps that dot the wooded areas.

Parts of the park, easily accessed and seen by the public, are peppered with stumps from trees that have been cut down.

The more than 25 stumps and 65 downed trees are a result of the ash borer. The tiny insect reeks havoc on ash trees, carving a deadly path from the top of the tree, down to the base, devouring life-sustaining nutrients the tree needs.

BOWHUNTING: A sport for all eras

October 4, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — One of humanity’s most primal forms of hunting game is still very prevalent among today’s hunters.

Indiana’s bowhunting season began Tuesday, and many Whitley County archers are excited to take to the woods.

Hunters such as 31-year-old Brandon Marshall, who’s shot upwards of 20 deer in his 18 years of bowhunting; Brock Bunyan, a 15-year-old student at Columbia City High School and a newcomer to the sport; and Scotty Reimers and Roy Krouse — veterans in the field.

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