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September 26th, 2014

HISTORIC CEMETARY RESTORATION: Dedication puts project to rest

September 26, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — Of the sights that a hiker might expect to see while trekking the many trails at the Crooked Lake Nature Preserve, a historic cemetery is most likely not on the list. However, a group of community volunteers have been working for more than 17 months to restore and preserve the Leaman Cemetery. In April of 2013, work began to tend to the overgrown and forgotten cemetery.

4th OUT OF 31: ISMS harriers have strong showing

September 26, 2014

The Indian Springs Middle School varsity girls cross country team came in fourth out of 31 teams at the West Noble Invitational Saturday. The team was led by Jasmine Early who came in fourth. The ISMS boys placed eighth out of 31 teams at the invite. Landon Wakeman and Nathan Mills both placed in the top 25 for ISMS. The photo includes the girls team, from left: Gabby Fry, Jasmine Early, Olivia Campbell, Lillian Oddou, Jaslyn Cook and Eden Oddou.

SENIORS GO WILD: Birthday bash takes on a Western theme

September 26, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — It was a scene that rivaled any Western movie lot. The only thing missing from The Woodlands Senior Center birthday celebration was tumbleweed blowing in the wind. Each month the senior center, located at 710 N. Opportunity Dr. in Columbia City, hosts a birthday party for all its participants.

WHITKO, SECOND WIN OF WEEK: Lady Wildcats down Hamilton in three

September 26, 2014

SOUTH WHITLEY — Coming hot off of its victory against Wabash Tuesday, the Whitko Lady Wildcats varsity volleyball team defeated the Hamilton Marines Thursday night, 3-0. Now, with an 8-2 record, the Lady Wildcats are just one game shy of tying last season’s record of nine wins.

VIDEO: Notre Dame vs. Syracuse Preview

September 26, 2014

VIDEO: ND – Syracuse Preview

EMA: KEEP EMERGENCY CASH ON-HAND: Heflin: Don’t take technology for granted

September 26, 2014

OLUMBIA CITY — Thousands of dollars in a bank account may be of no use in the event of an emergency, especially as winter approaches. Whitley County Emergency Management Director Charlie Heflin is reminding citizens to keep some cash on-hand. The convenience of technology, Heflin said, is no big deal. However, Heflin is reminding citizens that technology isn’t completely fail-safe.

DENSE FOG: National weather service issues fog advisory

September 26, 2014

WHITLEY COUNTY — Patches of dense fog have developed across Whitley County and surrounding counties this morning prompting the National Weather Service to issue a Dense Fog Advisory. Sources say the fog will begin to lift by 9 am.

September 25th

THE 'PROMISE' INITIATIVE: Students to participate in ‘Walk Into the Future’

September 25, 2014

WHITLEY COUNTY — Elementary students from Whitley County will get a unique opportunity Friday to see what their futures could look like, as they step foot on the campus of Manchester University as part of Walk Into My Future. The event is part of the local “Promise” initiative taking place in four northern Indiana counties, including Whitley County.

TOWN-WIDE GARAGE SALE: Slated for this weekend in Churubusco

September 25, 2014

CHURUBUSCO — Now in its third year, the annual Churubusco Town Garage Sale will take place this weekend Saturday and Sunday. Approximately 70 homes have signed up for the event. The annual garage sale brings travelers from as far as Michigan and Ohio to Turtle Town in the search for deals and treasures. At Churubusco Park Saturday there will be a Churubusco Chamber of Commerce versus Smith Township Fire Department softball game at 3 p.m.

GIRLS FALL: Whitko boys tie Eastbrook

September 25, 2014

SOUTH WHITLEY — Both Whitko boys and girls soccer teams faced off against the Eastbrook Panthers Wednesday. The boys team ended the game with a tie, finishing 1-1. The Lady Wildcats were hard-pressed to score against the Lady Panthers and fell 0-6.

 

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