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Sectional finals this week for most schools

November 7, 2013

NORTHEAST INDIANA — With two weeks of postseason football in the books, certain trends have emerged.

Some high school football conferences have several schools still in play for the ultimate goal.

Others have had many of their teams fall out of the race.

Northeast Hoosier Conference

With two weeks gone, four Northeast Hoosier Conference (NHC) schools remain.

Carroll defeated Warsaw for a Class 6A sectional title. Now, the Chargers will take on Carmel this week for a regional championship.

SEPARATION: Col. City considers stormwater options

November 7, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — To separate, or not to separate? That is the question Columbia City officials are facing when it comes to stormwater.

Currently, the city’s storm and wastewater are on a combined system — nearly all water is processed through the wastewater treatment plant, south of town on Ind. 205, before it is dumped into the river.

While the idea wasn’t considered practical several years ago when the stormwater’s long-term control plan was made, officials are revisiting the idea of separating the city’s wastewater (sewage) from natural stormwater.

CO-WORKING FACILITY: EDC launches outpost downtown

November 7, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY— Whitley County’s Economic Development Corporation (EDC) opened a co-working facility in downtown Columbia City this week.

The EDC Outpost is intended to be a flexible space for EDC clients and service partners, located at 114 N. Chauncey St., Columbia City.

EDC CEO and President Alan Tio said the diversity for possibilities at the Outpost means it could be used by a broad spectrum of individuals.

“We could add or change things from what we have now,” he said.

SAFETY GRANTS: County schools receive $120,411.60

November 7, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — School officials have been working hard to increase school safety for the last several months.

Officials have partnered with local law enforcement agencies to form a School Safety Commission, created safety plans for every building in their districts, and have opened up buildings for officers to conduct extra training.

Friday, the school systems received a boost in their safety efforts, as Indiana Governor Mike Pence awarded Whitley County’s schools $120,411.60 of the state’s $9 million in grant money.

 

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