Archive - 2014
COLUMBIA CITY â€” The Old Settlers Days festival is preparing to take the streets of downtown Columbia City this week.
PIERCETON â€” Although summer break has released Whitko Community School Corporation students from the classroom, teachers and administrators are continuing to develop education techniques for the upcoming year.
Columbia Cityâ€™s youth baseball league is beginning tournament action this week at Morsches Park.
PIERCETONâ€” Ground has been moved and work has started on two construction projects within the Whitko Community School Corporation district.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Whitley County Democrats have new leadership for their party.
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COLUMBIA CITY â€” The Columbia City girls softball team celebrated the 2014 season Wednesday night at the Columbia City High School cafeteria.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Despite the dreary weather, smiles and eager faces covered the crowd Friday morning during the ground breaking ceremony for the Whitley County YMCAâ€™s Armstrong Early Learning Center.
See this weekend's edition of The Post & Mail for new details on the two-month-long investigation and arrest of a local woman for stealing narcotic drugs from Parkview Whitley Hospital.
Indiana argues right
to pick licenses
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) â€” States have the right to decide which out-of-state licenses they choose to recognize, including marriage licenses, attorneys for Indiana argued in a brief filed with a federal appeals court.