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June 12th, 2015

What's up in today's newspaper

June 12, 2015

•A new restaurant is coming to Columbia City
•Morsches parking woes
•WCCS to save thousands
•Col. City athletic team headed for state
•Sunday church schedules
•Group marches to Courthouse Square

STOPLIGHT SCRAMBLE: Installation of new lights causes traffic back-ups

June 12, 2015

Installation of new traffic lights have caused traffic back-ups on U.S. 30 this week. Work is expected to continue today.

STATE-BOUND: Col. City golf takes second in regional

June 12, 2015

Columbia City's boys golf team is headed to the state finals.

June 11th

FORWARD MARCH: Civil War Camp members march to Courthouse

June 11, 2015

COLUMBIA CITY -- Fifteen members of the Civil War Camp put on by the Whitley County Historical Museum marched from the museum to the Courthouse and back at noon today.

After reaching the Courthouse, marchers and approximately a dozen audience members watched as the group recognized veterans of the civil war.

PROGRAM: How are our lakes and streams?

June 11, 2015

WHITLEY COUNTY — The Upper Lakes of the Tippecanoe River Association (ULTRA) and the Tippecanoe Watershed Foundation (TWF) presented the “State of the Streams and Lakes in the Upper Tippecanoe River Headwaters” program Tuesday evening, detailing the condition of the Lakes and streams in the Upper Tippecanoe River Watershed.

The programs were presented to 40 attendees at the Big Lake Church of God.

Local contractors help Whitley 4-H

June 11, 2015

COLUMBIA CITY — Area contractors generously donated their time last Saturday to participate in Contractors Day at the Whitley County 4-H Fairgrounds.

Several local contractors and electricians worked in the 4-H Center to repair wiring and other problems within the building.

PASSAGES PROFILES: Passages offers clients chance to perform

June 11, 2015

Passages Profiles ’15 is a 10-week series of features published each Thursday about the programs of Passages, the local organization that has been serving those with intellectual disabilities since 1954.
COLUMBIA CITY — There’s no business like show business, and a new program at Passages, Inc. aims to allow clients to experience the performing arts up close.
In the past, Passages clients such as Than Boutelle and Jon Morris, have shown their talents in the area of visual arts.

AWARDS: Col. City girls tennis

June 11, 2015

Columbia City’s girls tennis team recenty held its banquet and awards ceremony. From left: Macie Hinen, Most Wins, Most Valuable Player and 1st-Team All-Conference doubles; Cassie Bosselman, 2nd-Team All-Conference doubles; Bayley Smith, Team Captain and 2nd-Team All-Conference doubles; Aubrey Wright Most Improved, Most Valuable Player and 1st-Team All-Conference doubles; Rachel Flauding, Mental Attitude; and Hannah Clark, Coaches’ Award.

RELAY FOR LIFE: 30 survivors honored

June 11, 2015

COLUMBIA CITY — Thousands of miles were walked on the Indian Springs Middle School track Saturday and Sunday for the annual Whitley County Relay for Life.

The event raised $25,910 and funds will continue to come in through August.

June 10th

EMA: County director resigns

June 10, 2015

COLUMBIA CITY — Whitley County’s Emergency Management Agency Director Charlie Heflin has tendered his resignation to Whitley County’s Board of Commissioners.

Columbia City Mayor Ryan Daniel, Columbia City’s representative on the Emergency Management Agency advisory board, said that while Heflin felt that he had made significant progress in Whitley County’s emergency management, that a factor in his decision to resign was a desire to be with his family, who lives in southern Indiana.

 

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