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July 1st

Buanita Juillerat, 76

July 1, 2013

Buanita J. Juillerat, 76, of Elkhart, passed away at 10 p.m. Thursday, June 27, 2013, at Center for Hospice Care of Elkhart.
She was born April 24, 1937, in Churubusco, to Joseph and Mildred (Cripe) Brumbaugh.
She married Russell Juillerat Jan. 5, 1960, in St. Petersburg, Fla. He preceded her in death on March, 15, 1989.

Four-mile fun run

July 1, 2013

Runners make their way around the lake on Columbia Drive in Columbia City Friday evening during the four-mile fun run for Old Settlers Days.

‘It’s an honor:’ Smith named next Rotary president

July 1, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — “It’s an honor and a privilege,” said Gene Smith at Columbia City’s Rotary Club meeting last week.

Smith will become the new club president today. Smith had a chance to present his plans for his year as the club’s chief officer.

Smith started his remarks by recognizing some of the club members whom he considered key to the success of the Rotary Club.

SOUTH WHITLEY GRASS: Ordinance moves closer to an end

July 1, 2013

SOUTH WHITLEY — For two months, South Whitley Town Council members have been debating the issue of grass.

Yard waste and grass clippings have been traditionally picked up and disposed of by the town. However, the increasing amount of debris as well as the time it is taking for town employees to collect the waste has caused town leaders to reevaluate the town’s policy on such a service.

Legion announces Saturday’s parade results

July 1, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — As Old Settlers Day came to its closing day, the American Legion Parade celebrated “Our Fallen Heros.”

As groups, bands and floats were traveling down Main Street in damp weather, each parade entry was judged Saturday.

The following prizes were awarded for parade entries.

Antique Tractors

•Mizpah Shrine Power Club — First prize, $50
•Frank Fahl — Second prize, $30
•Carol Goff — Third prize, $20

Color Guard (men walking)

•Smith Township Fire Department — First prize, $100

Commercial Floats

LARWILL MAN BATTERS SECURITY GUARD: Sponable faces four charges in Noble County

July 1, 2013

KENDALLVILLE — A Larwill man was arrested Saturday night after an altercation with a hospital security guard and nurses in Kendallville.

Scott A. Sponable, 66, was admitted to Parkview Noble Hospital for “extreme intoxication,” according to a press release Sunday morning by Indiana State Police Public Information Sergeant Ron Galaviz.

Sponable’s blood alcohol content was .27, more than three times the legal driving limit (.08).

He allegedly punched a 58-year-old security guard in the face.

NEW JOBS: City approves loan for Blue M. Medical

July 1, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Another step was taken for a potential new company hoping to locate in Columbia City and bring five to eight jobs to the community.

Blue M. Medical is the name of a company that Bill Smith, of Whitley County, will be starting. It will be a medical device manufacturing company.

Last Tuesday at the Columbia City Board of Works and Safety meeting, the board approved applying for a loan with the USDA, with the funds going toward Smith’s company.

Photos sought depicting longest day of the year

July 1, 2013

Those wishing to contribute photos for The Post and Mail's special photo documentary publication "A Day in the Life of Whitley County" should send their pictures in by Wednesday.

Direct your submissions to community@thepostandmail.com.

Contact Christie Barkley at 244-5152 or community@thepostandmail.com with any questions.

‘SOUNDS OF PROGRESS': Passages to move into renovated building

July 1, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Work is advancing for Passages, Inc. as it prepares to move into the former Lehmberg Building in Columbia City.

“It’s the sound of progress,” said Tim Hearld, president of Synergid Commercial, the general contractor of the project.

He was referring to work in the building, which has been going on for some time and is picking up as Passages, Inc. nears its targeted move-in date — the first week of September.

Passages Creative Learning Center will be the name of the building once the nonprofit occupies the space.

Don’t rain on my parade. . .

July 1, 2013

Despite wet, rainy conditions Saturday evening, the American Legion Parade still made its way through the streets of downtown Columbia City.

Pictured, from left, Alyssa, Tyler and Cameron Eubank huddle under a blanket to stay dry.

See more photos from the parade and festival in the July 1 issue of The Post and Mail.

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