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January 29th, 2013

K9 MISSING: Columbia City police searching for dog

January 30, 2013

Columbia City police are searching for a missing K9, Stryker, and asking for the public's help.

The six-year-old Dutch Shepherd, reportedly escaped a kennel at his handler's house in Collins Tuesday. A police officer said he spotted Stryker at approximately 2:30 p.m. near the intersection of Ind. 205 and County Road 200 North.

Col. City hoops correction

January 29, 2013

Columbia City Eagles basketball fans!

Boys team does NOT play Northrop tonight. Their next game is at home Saturday at 7:30 vs. Norwell.

Girls team has ONE MORE game this regular season. They will play Huntington North at home Thursday at 7:30.

The Post and Mail apologizes for the confusion.

Rematch

January 29, 2013

Columbia City’s boys basketball team is looking to take revenge on Northrop Feb. 16, as the Eagles host the team that beat them, 63-55, in the sectional finals last season. The Bruins are 15-3 and Columbia City is 14-3. Above, Drew Benedict walks off the court after the season-ending loss to Northrop.

TURNING BACK TIME: County legacy laid within cornerstone

January 29, 2013

Editor’s note: The following is the final installment of a three-part series highlighting the Whitley County Courthouse.

COLUMBIA CITY — Standing as a pinnacle in Whitley County, the current Courthouse has existed for 123 years.

As part of the building’s foundation, a cornerstone, anchoring the northeast corner, was sealed Sept. 20, 1888, and inside a varied assortment of items were deposited to be uncovered at a future date.

Copies of invitations, posters, programs from the laying of the cornerstone were included.

FACEBOOK REACTS: Community excited about Dunham’s

January 29, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Last week, Kerr Real Estate announced its plans to develop the former Scott’s grocery store location into a multi-use building.

Occupying almost 60 percent of the building will be Dunham’s Sports, a sporting good retailer out of Michigan.

With a store already in Warsaw and Auburn and a new location planned for Fort Wayne, many Columbia City residents are anticipating a positive economic impact.

“I love it. A new business and new jobs,” commented Sheryl L. Crawford-Hackett on The Post & Mail’s Facebook page.

NEW DISPATCHER: First day on the job

January 29, 2013

Kassie Rife started her new job as a Columbia City dispatcher Monday. Currently Rife is training on the job for a period of four to six months, but eventually her duties will center around city police communications. Rife is from Whitley County and is the daughter of Pam Ruch and Ola Mullins. Rife said she is most looking forward to helping people in her new job. “This is a very gratifying position. I am really excited for it,” she said.

DRUG CHARGES: Meth suspect appears in court

January 29, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — A Columbia City man arrested last week on drug charges had his first appearance in court Monday.

Michael Raber, 26 arrested Thursday and charged with six counts. He was charged with two counts of dealing in methamphetamine, a Class B felony; one count of possession of methamphetamine, a Class D felony; one count of possession of precursors for the manufacture of methamphetamine, a Class D felony; maintaining a common nuisance, a Class D felony and possession of paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor.

January 28th

TWIST and SHOUT: Relay for Life kicks off with a party

January 28, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — In the Parkview Whitley Hospital basement, surrounded by purple tablecloths and ribbons, Event Chairperson Cathy Cronin welcomed attendees to the annual Relay for Life Kick-off Party.

“We were expecting 30 people. We ran out of name tags,” said Melissa Stephens American Cancer Society (ACS) community representative.
“So this is a really great turn out.”

Relay for Life is a fundraising opportunity lead by the ACS.

IHSAA announces sectional pairings

January 28, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — The Indiana High School Athletic Association held its girls basketball sectional draw Sunday night. Sectionals will be held Feb. 4-9.

Columbia City drew Carroll in the opening round of the Class 4A sectional.

The Lady Eagles are currently 7-14, and Carroll has a 9-10 record.
In their regular season match up, the Lady Chargers topped Columbia City in a close 59-52 Northeast Hoosier Conference game.

20 grapplers advance to regional

January 28, 2013

FORT WAYNE — Wrestlers from Churubusco, Columbia City and Whitko started the IHSAA Individual State Tournament trail at Saturday’s Carroll Sectional Tournament.

Whitley County’s schools fared well, with 20 wrestlers advancing to next Saturday’s regional competition.

Churubusco led the county schools with a second-place team finish, while advancing eight wrestlers, with three of those capturing three individual weight-class titles.

Columbia City and Whitko both advanced six wrestlers to regionals.

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