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June 6th

Ready for regional

June 6, 2013

Columbia City’s boys golf team is competing in the Warsaw regional today, working for a trip to the state finals in Franklin next week.

Tyler Green (above) placed second overall at last week’s sectional.

The Center has season of change

June 6, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — A typical summer at The Center for Whitley County Youth is usually about relationships.

Summer Central would normally provide an opportunity several afternoons each week for students to gather and spend time around adults that care about how their summer goes.

This summer is still about relationships, but it will be entirely different than any prior year.

Summer SERVE, a new effort, will engage middle and high school students in weekly endeavors to do positive things throughout the community.

Spirit Award nominees

June 6, 2013

Little Turtle Elementary School recently named those students nominated for May Spirit Awards.

Those students included Makail Ruth, Nakita Antanovich, Cole Civiletto, Phoenix Hull, Jarred Lude, Andre Wood, Ainsely Richmond, Rilee Pressler, Everly Richmond, Katlynn Schuchman, Logan Shatzer, Phoenix Stults, Andrew Brubaker, Kayden Stanley, Cobe Crawford, Eli Fahl, Will Jackson, Kolby Krider-Tonkel, Jalyn Lindzy, Brady Meredith, Lance Rice, Carter Bloom, Tyler Crosson, Logan Osborn, Lindsay Taylor, Bradyn Malcolm,

Anderson wins scholarship

June 6, 2013

SOUTH WHITLEY — On June 1 Keaton Anderson, Whitko High School senior, was presented the Signature Giving Vocational Scholarship award.

He was chosen from several entries sent in from all three Whitley County High Schools who were seeking vocational training. Each applicant had to write an essay including where they see themselves in five years and how their future profession will make Whitley County a better place.

“Keaton was the clear winner,” stated Tina Houser, Signature Giving Board of Director President.

Fifth-year 4-Her Sheets already has numerous awards

June 6, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — In just four years of 4-H involvement, Robby Sheets has already earned three Rookie Showmanships, Grand Champion Beef Steer, Grand Champion Barrow, three Beginner Showmanships, and two Junior Showmanships.

Now, leading into his fifth year, halfway done with his 4-H career, Robby isn't anticipating slowing down.

Robby is the son of Shawn and Jennifer Sheets. He attends Indian Springs Middle School where he is a seventh grader.

His projects for the year include pigs, sheep, dairy steer, feeder calves, alfalfa and gardening.

School’s out for summer

June 6, 2013

A group of Churubusco Elementary School students celebrate the last day of school Wednesday afternoon.

Pictured from left: Zachary Pletcher, Matthew Palmerton, Anthony Pletcher and Andrew Pletcher.

Whitley County Consolidated Schools have their last day Monday, and Whitko was let out for the summer May 28. Churubusco High School’s graduation ceremony is Friday at 7 p.m.

BOARD OF WORKS: Eagle Glen water main project put on hold

June 6, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Eagle Glen residents will see improvements to their water service — however, not immediately.

A decision to accept a contract from an engineering firm was tabled at the most recent Board of Works meeting.

Water Department Superintendent Mike Dear requested bids from four different engineering firms. He recommended the city choose DLZ at a cost of $59,400.

The decision was tabled because board members did not feel there was sufficient data to decide.

“I feel like I have been left out of the information loop,” Walt Crowder said.

CHEAPER GARBAGE: ’Busco residents to receive lower trash rate

June 6, 2013

CHURUBUSCO — After opening several trash bids submitted for proposal to Churubusco Town Council members, a vote was made to award the contract to National Serv-All, and in turn, reduce residents’ charges by almost half.

Beginning July 1, the new service contract will take effect. National Serv-All is the current servicer provider, but the new agreement with the town will mean a reduction in costs.

HOMETOWN HEROES: McGregor inspired by television show

June 6, 2013

Editor’s note: Throughout the month of June, The Post & Mail will be featuring several public safety officials in a multi-part series.

COLUMBIA CITY — In the 1970s, many boys across the U.S. became fascinated with the new television series, Emergency! — a show about new techniques and technology in the growing field of fire and medical work.

Mike McGregor was no different.

“It was my favorite show on television,” McGregor said. “I’d play it with my friends in the backyard when I was growing up.”

NEW JOBS IN 'BUSCO: Health care company looking to relocate

June 6, 2013

CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco could soon be the new location for a health care company’s home office.

Whitley County Council discussed an incentive package to entice Inwelligent Healthcare Inc. to the area, and at last night’s Churubusco Town Council meeting, President Frank Kessler asked fellow members if there was an additional incentive the town could make.

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