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June 16th

WHITKO FACULTY HONORED: Appreciation for years of service

June 16, 2014

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June 16, 2014

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Not getting The Post & Mail? Here’s what you missed in today’s paper:

• Columbia City traffic stop leads to drug charges
• Flag Day Ceremony
• Turtle races and contest results

COLLEGIATE SUCCESS: Whitley Co. students applauded

June 16, 2014

WHITLEY COUNTY — Several area college students have been recognized for their academic success.

Indiana State University recently announced its dean’s list for the 2014 spring semester.
Benjamin Wilcox, of Columbia City, was recognized for academic achievement.To be eligible for the dean’s list, students must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
Manchester University

Area students who made the spring 2014 dean’s list at Manchester University in North Manchester Ind. include:

AGGRAVATED CHILD ABUSE: Col. City native charged

June 16, 2014

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. — A Columbia City native was indicted and recently arraigned in Tennessee on allegations that he abused his one-month-old child.
Jonathan Salyer, 22, who now resides in Clarksville, Tenn., was accused of causing his newborn child significant head trauma, acute subdural hematomas and retinal hemorrhages, according to his May indictment.
He was indicted by the Montgomery County grand jury last month on accusations of abuse occurring Jan. 2.

CONTEST WINNER: Most unusual turtle

June 16, 2014

Faith Presler, 10, was declared to have the most unusual turtle for her pet “Dribble.” Presler rescued the turtle from a Churubusco retailer’s parking lot in late October.

SNAP AWAY ON JUNE 21: Special photo publication by readers

June 16, 2014

An open invitation has been issued to Whitley County residents to photographically document their life – one day only – on the longest day of the year, Saturday, June 21.

Photo submissions to this special Post & Mail project will be placed in a unique newspaper publication to be published in mid-July.

This is the second year for this fun summertime feature project in The Post & Mail.

“A Day in the Life of Whitley County” will herald slice-of-life happenings in our county community, such as community events, family outings, work-related activities – just about anything imaginable.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE - SUBSCRIPTION SPECIAL: Print and online delivery of The Post & Mail on sale

June 16, 2014

Friday 13th special!
Receive The Post & Mail at your door or at your computer for a discounted subscription price now through June 17 at 5 p.m.

Home delivery of the printed daily edition is offered for 13 months for $99, in-county delivery.

An online, full edition of the daily Post & Mail is on sale for 13 months for $79. The online, e-edition is the complete newspaper in a pdf. format.

Not getting The Post & Mail? Here’s what you missed in today’s paper:

• Columbia City traffic stop leads to drug charges
• Flag Day Ceremony
• Turtle races and contest results

FLAG DAY: In honor of Ol’ Glory

June 16, 2014

FESTIVAL WINNERS: Turtle Days tops off with reptile races

June 16, 2014

CHURUBUSCO — This year’s Turtle Days was themed “Oscar’s Pirate Adventure,” but it was local residents that went on their own adventure to catch turtles for the races held Saturday at the Churubusco Town Park.

Abby and Evan Bishop caught two of the largest turtles at the summer festival. Addy, 11, was competing in the Largest Turtle Contest for the first time, while Evan, 15, was competing for the second year.

The two common snapping turtles were caught in the Bishop’s pond in rural Whitley County. Both reptiles were estimated to weigh more than 40 pounds.

NEW CASTLE — Loaded with basketball talent and tradition, the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame...
WARSAW — After a string of eight straight wins to open the season, the Columbia City Lady Eagles...
CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco dropped to third in the latest Class A Indiana High School Wrestling...

 

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