June 20th, 2015
We want to see what its like for a Day in the Life of Whitley County.
Submit your photos from Father's Day, the longest day of the year, to see them in an upcoming publication.
Don't forget to include the names of the people in the photos.
The Weekend Edition of The Post & Mail, now available on newsstands and convenience stores throughout Whitley County, contains a large collection of children's drawings of their Dads in celebration of Father's Day on Sunday.
Using a template provided by The Post & Mail and local businesses, the children rendered their depictions of dear, ol' Dad.
The reader feature, along with dozens of other local news items you need to know and a large, valuable collection of advertiser coupons and discounts, are in the Weekend Post & Mail.
Pick up your copy today. Still just 50 cents!
HUNTINGTON, Ind.- At the request of the Army Corps of Engineers, Ind. 5 is closed between Ind. 124 and U.S. 224 through at least Sunday, June 21, at 6 p.m.
The closure started at 6 p.m. Friday and is expected to last for at least 48 hours. INDOT will have barricades in place.
Motorists are directed to find alternate routes of travel during this time.
Enjoy your Father's Day weekend by picking up your copy of this Weekend's Edition of The Post & Mail! Included in the Weekend Edition is the popular American Profile magazine.
In addition to the top local news of the day, features and local sports, the Weekend Edition of The Post & Mail is FULL of coupon savings and discounts! The Weekend Edition of The Post & Mail is now available on newsstands and at convenience stores and other outlets throughout Whitley County.
The annual Big G's 3-on-3 tournament is Saturday morning. Downtown streets are closed for the event.
There will be a free concert downtown Saturday night, hosted by the Columbia City Main Street Association.
A Whitko Community School is being torn down this week in preparation for new construction.
A Columbia City golfer shot a 68 in Carmel at the Indiana State Golf Finals Tuesday afternoon to lead the state.
The Eagles are sitting sixth out of 15 teams heading into Wednesday's final round.
WHITLEY COUNTY â€” Heavy rainfall throughout the evening hours on Monday caused minor flooding in low-lying areas, even across some roadways.
Weather reports say localized rainfall amounts of 2 inches or more fell in parts of Whitley County. However, most roads are safe to pass today as standing water has receded.
Though the chance of additional rain for today is slight, the National Weather Service is forecasting higher chances for precipitation throughout the week.
A flood warning continues for most of Whitley County, as deemed by the National Weather Service at North Webster.
Columbia City has recorded nearly 2 inches of rain since Monday, while other locations in the county have received in excess of 2 inches.
Many roadways are covered in water, particularly in rural areas.
The impact zone for flooding is generally along and south of U.S. 30.
Another round or rainfall is expected at mid-week.