Archive - 2013
COLUMBIA CITY ‚ÄĒ Columbia City‚Äôs football team will hope to start its conference slate the same way it did in 2012 ‚ÄĒ with a win against Bellmont.
To get the win in 2013 though, the Eagles have to travel to Decatur.
Both squads have opened this year 1-1. Columbia City fell to Warsaw to open the year and picked up its first win last week against Whitko by a 34-14 score.
Bellmont also earned its first victory of 2013 last week by beating a county rival, defeating South Adams 41-17.
The Braves lost to Woodlan in the first week of the 2013 season.
HUNTINGTON ‚ÄĒ Columbia City‚Äôs girls golf team suffered a one-stroke loss at LaFontaine Golf Club in Huntington Wednesday.
Despite a competitive score of 191, Huntington North edged out the Lady Eagles, posting a score of 190.
Two Columbia City linksters finished with 44 strokes, Macenzie Lane and Taylor Daniel.
The match-medalist was Maddie Kennedy, of Huntington North, who scored a 43.
Cheyenne Johnson also scored in the 40s for Columbia City, shooting a 49.
Other Columbia City varsity scores include: Athena Arnold, 54; Allison Yoder, 56; and Sydney Ford, 56.
COLUMBIA CITY ‚ÄĒ The Columbia City Lady Eagle Soccer team played host Wednesday night to a quick Huntington North squad as they looked to pick up their third win of the season. After a very close first half, the visiting Lady Vikings put in three second-half goals to take a 4-0 win at the Max Gandy Athletic Field.
CHURUBUSCO ‚ÄĒ Churubusco‚Äôs football team has outscored the opposition 98-6 so far this season.
The Eagles hope to move to 3-0 when they travel to Prairie Heights Friday.
Prairie Heights picked up its first win last week over Fairfield by a score of 32-14 after falling to Lakeland in week one.
Churubusco won last year, 42-0, and in 2011 by a 30-0 margin. Still, Coach Paul Sade said his team is not taking the game lightly.
‚ÄúWe‚Äôll have our hands full, that‚Äôs for sure,‚ÄĚ he said.
Sade said this edition of the Panthers has a talented group of upperclassmen.
LOGANSPORT ‚ÄĒ Farmers, landowners, bankers and farm managers can benefit from attending the Purdue Extension‚Äôs upcoming program, ‚ÄúFinding Balance in Farmland Lease Contracts.‚ÄĚ
Many times there is confusion in determining a fair value for land rents and which lease option matches the expectations for landowners and tenants.
The Purdue Land Lease Team has developed this program, along with several publications, that address the many questions concerning land leases.
Several aspiring cheerleaders attended Columbia City High School‚Äôs Mini Cheerleading Camp this summer.
Northern Heights Elementary School students have been discussing the importance of reading on a daily basis.
By signing a ‚ÄúReader‚Äôs Workshop Contract‚ÄĚ (pictured above) they have promised to read each day, follow procedures and do their personal best.
Pictured from left, students in Teri Harmon‚Äôs fourth-grade class: Samantha Harris, Rachel Cotterman and Cameron Craig, sign their pledge in class.
COLUMBIA CITY ‚ÄĒ Passages, Inc. is in a season of several changes.
Its operations on Towerview Drive will soon relocate to the former Lehmberg Building, Columbia City, where education and creative learning will expand with the change.
As preparations fall in place for the move, another shift is taking place at the helm of the nonprofit. Long-time leader Tom O‚ÄôNeill has stepped down from his role as president and CEO to make way for newly- named president, Jason Meyer.
CHURUBUSCO ‚ÄĒ With only one council member in support of the proposed garage sale ordinance for Churubusco, the change was not passed at Wednesday‚Äôs Town Council meeting.
A public hearing held for the ordinance in August opened the floor to several town residents who had complaints against the proposal.
After having a chance to discuss some of the concerns, Councilman Mark Pepple offered his opinion on the ordinance before the vote.
‚ÄúI have a few issues with the ordinance. There are some items I think we need to take a look at,‚ÄĚ Pepple said.
COLUMBIA CITY ‚ÄĒ Whitley County‚Äôs Economic Development Corporation (EDC) will launch a new phase of its entrepreneurial program later this month.
The Ice House Entrepreneurship Program, which will be an aspect of the EDC‚Äôs Small Business & Entrepreneurship Initiative (SBEI), is a combination of online and in-person sessions focused on fundamental concepts of turning ideas into businesses.