Archive - Mar 31, 2014
COLUMBIA CITY â€” City officials are working to repair a safety hazard on the Blue River Trail that developed recently.
Weather conditions and erosion of Blue Riverâ€™s banks caused several trees to fall into the river, stripping dirt from the edge of the trail and creating a potential for safety issues.
The damage is between the Trailhead on South Whitley Street and the Whitley County YMCA on Van Buren Street.
The trail is still passable, but officials have taped off the area to prevent runners and cyclists from getting too close to the edge of the 20-foot drop-off into the river.
CHURUBUSCO â€” Churubusco Junior-Senior High Schoolâ€™s show choir program has maintained success in spite of ongoing leadership change.
Aaron Childress is the fourth director for the program in four years.
The schoolâ€™s show choir, New Era, has had a banner year with first-year director Childress. He said he stepped into a situation that created the opportunity to oversee success in the program.
The choir has brought home many awards and accomplishments, including winning Grand Champion at Homestead High Schoolâ€™s recent show choir invitational.
Albion (March 31, 2014) â€” At 3:32 p.m., Indiana Conservation Officer divers recovered the body of Douglas W. Haigwood, 43, of Kimmel, in Mud Lake. Haigwood was the person reported missing.
With recent warm temperatures, ice conditions are deteriorating rapidly on local lakes and ponds and becoming very dangerous. Conservation Officers encourage everyone to avoid the ice for any reason.
Indiana Conservation Officers are searching for a possible missing person in Chain Oâ€™ Lakes State Park in Noble county.
CHURUBUSCO â€” A new director for Churubusco Junior-Senior High Schoolâ€™s show choir New Era, has seen much success in his first year.
New directors have been a trend for New Era, as there have been four directors in the past four years.
This year is the first with Mr. Aaron Childress as director. Under the helm of Childress, the show choir has had a season to remember.
Among the highlights was a Grand Champion win at Homestead High Schoolâ€™s invitational this year.
WHITLEY COUNTY â€” If ever there was a number Whitley County residents would want to see decline, it is the unemployment percentage.
According to the Indiana Department of Workforce Development, job growth is rising in Northeast Indiana.
Although Indiana as a whole saw a slight increase in unemployment data â€” up to 6.9 percent in February â€” the Northeast Indiana region added 6,945 jobs to the workforce in the past 12 months, 33 percent were added last month alone.
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