Archive - Sep 6, 2013
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Returning for its 16th year, the Distinguished Young Woman program, formerly Junior Miss, will highlight 10 Whitley County high school senior girls.
The program will be held Saturday at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of Columbia City High School.
Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for students kindergarten through 12th grade.
Each of the participants will be scored in several categories. A panel interview, which will take place before the nightâ€™s program, is a 10-minute discussion with judges.
OSSIAN â€” Since its beginning in 2000, Maple Creek Middle School (Carroll High School) has created a cross country dynasty, racing to a conference championship for 12 straight years.
After an intense summer of training, the Indian Springs Middle School varsity girls hoped to hand the Maple Creek Bobcats a season-opening loss at the Norwell Invitational.
Led by a first-place victory from 8th grader Ashley Johnson, the girls almost succeeded, but endured a heartbreaking loss to the Bobcats by just one point.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” With outdated computer software, the ability for Whitley County dispatchers to communicate with the public safety officials in the field is soon to fail.
According to Ted Hurley, of J&K Communications, the Windows operating system currently used by the department is no longer supported by Microsoft.
That means, should there be a computer malfunction, repairs wo-uld be virtually impossible.