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ISMS track competes against Edgewood

April 19, 2013

Indian Springs Middle School competed against Edgewood Monday.

Pictured, 8th graders Elizabeth Russell and Jayla Wigent compete in the low hurdles.

Both the 8th grade boys and girls won decisively while both the 7th-grade boys and girls fell to to the visiting team from Warsaw. The Eagle Stars compete in the Garrett Invitational tonight, weather permitting.

NHC NO MORE: Officials announce 2015 will be the last year for long-time conference

April 19, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — A decision was made Thursday that the 24-year-old Northeast Hoosier Conference will be disbanded in 2015.

After continued disparity in the enrollment gap between schools in the conference, NHC President Mark Misch, of Norwell, announced in a press release Thursday that all eight member schools agreed to withdraw from the NHC, effective July 1, 2015.

“Therefore, principals and athletic directors will be focusing on new future conference membership affiliations,” Misch said.

COL. CITY NAMED TREE CITY USA: Lundquist, Tree Board put in extra work for milestone

April 19, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Once more, Columbia City has been named a Tree City USA.

This honor is given to cities across the United States by the Arbor Day Foundation and the National Association of State Foresters. There are four core requirements communities must meet to receive this designation.

Columbia City, in part due to the hard work of its tree board, met these requirements.

Ken Lundquist with the Columbia City Tree Board said receiving the Tree City USA title meant a little more work this past year.

EXCELLENCE IN SERVANT LEADERSHIP: Longenbaugh garners award

April 19, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — An historic honor was bestowed Thursday night.

For the first time in the history of Leadership Whitley County, a member of the graduating class received the award for Excellence in Servant Leadership. Columbia City Police Chief Tim Longenbaugh was nominated by one of his classmates for this honor, and was given it at the Leadership Whitley County Celebration for the Class of 2012-13.

MORSCHES PARK CLOSED

April 19, 2013

Park Director Mark Green has closed Morsches Park due to severe flooding. The park and ball fields will remain closed until Monday.

In the meantime, for safety reasons, Green asks that everyone stay out of the park.

APRIL SHOWERS BRING FLOODING: County drenched with rain

April 19, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Individuals who were out driving Thursday evening or Friday morning likely noticed the effects of recent heavy rains in Whitley County.

Spotters reported to the National Weather Service that 3.51 inches had fallen by 1 p.m. Thursday. An additional report said 2.3 inches had accumulated by 4:30 a.m. Friday.

Whitley County Consolidated Schools closed for Friday. Whitko and Smith-Green Community Schools were both on two-hour delays. WCCS Superintendent Pat O’Connor said poor road conditions influenced the decision.

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