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Archive - Jun 12, 2013

WATER MAIN: Board approves Eagle Glen project

June 12, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s Board of Works and Public Safety approved a contract for completion of the Eagle Glen Water Main Project Tuesday.

DLZ, an engineering firm based out of South Bend, was contracted to perform the work for a price of $59,400. DLZ will be subcontracting with Walker and Associates based out of Columbia City.

“I appreciated its (DLZ)’s willingness to work with a local firm,” Columbia City Mayor Ryan Daniel said.

A Day in the Life of Whitley County

June 12, 2013

You can participate in this community photo-documentary project!

How? Just be ready to snap photos of your activities Friday, June 21!

It's the longest day of the year and there will be lots of daylight for many activities. Whether activity is unique and exciting or routine and mundane, WE WANT IT ALL!

Direct your submissions to community@thepostandmail.com.

Deadline is July 3. Questions? Contact Christie Barkley at 244-5153 or community@thepostandmail.com.

GETTING DOWN TO GRASS: Town remains undecided on yard waste

June 12, 2013

SOUTH WHITLEY — Debris and refuse from yards in South Whitley have created much controversy within the town.

Decisions over how to properly dispose of grass clippings have left town council members scratching their heads.

According to South Whitley Town Council President Tony Starkey, pink cards have been left at homes in recent weeks notifying the resident that if grass clippings were not picked up by the town, it was because the yard waste wasn’t bagged.

INVESTIGATION: Traffic stop leads to meth lab, two detained

June 12, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — A routine traffic stop led to a drug investigation Wednesday morning, as Columbia City Police Captain Tony Hively discovered an active methamphetamine lab on his way to work.

Hively initiated a traffic stop on Ind. 205 near the Cider Mill Road intersection at approximately 7 a.m., and uncovered a one-pot lab in a Jeep Grand Cherokee.

Charges pending, two unidentified suspects were detained. One was taken to the Whitley County Jail and the other was transported to Parkview Whitley Hospital for medical reasons.

 

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