COLUMBIA CITY â€” Residents of Columbia City recently received an update on the quality of their drinking water.
Columbia Cityâ€™s Water Department released its 2013 Consumer Confidence Report. The aim of the document was to inform citizens of what precisely goes into their water.
Water Department Superintendent Mike Dear said his department is required to release this report annually.
â€śIt has the latest testing results,â€ť he said. â€śIt doesnâ€™t change a whole lot from year to year.â€ť
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Whitley County Consolidated Schools will be losing a Board of Trustees member within the next month.
Chris Bechtold, one of the three board members representing the city of Columbia City, will resign because he is taking a teaching position within the district in the 2013-14 school year.
Bechtold will teach math, physics and engineering at Eagle Tech Academy this fall. As per board by-laws, he will be required to resign his position from the board of trustees.
CHURUBUSCO â€” Turtle Town, as Churubusco is affectionately referred to, is not only about growing reptiles, but it is also about a growing economy.
Last month, Churubusco Town Council members revealed that Inwelligent Healthcare, Inc., currently located on the East Coast, was looking to relocate to the town, bringing with it new jobs for the area.
â€śRight now they are forecasting about 50 employees in the first three years,â€ť Town Council President Frank Kessler said.
â€śThey could grow to need 90 in the future.â€ť