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January 23rd, 2013

SPORTING NEW BUSINESS: Kerr develops former Scott’s building for Dunham’s Sports

January 23, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY ­— After closing its doors in 2007, the former Scott’s Food & Pharmacy location has a new tenant — Dunham’s Sports.

At a reception hosted by the Whitley County Economic Development Corporation Tuesday, Michigan-based real estate developer Jeff Kerr announced the sports retailer will occupy 60 percent of the building.
Kerr touted the support of the EDC and Columbia City.

“We are delighted to potentially have the opportunity to take a vacancy and hopefully warm it up and make it vibrant,” Kerr said.

IN THE HEADLINES

January 23, 2013

These are the headlines you will find in Wednesday's issue:

Sporting a new business in Col. City

Goff trial continuance granted

Council approves tax-break request

'Busco names head football coach

Max Kauffman, 93

January 23, 2013

Max Gerald Kaufman, 93, passed away on Jan. 16, 2013, in Bluffton.
Max was born to John Easton and Edna Kaufman May 22, 1919, in Whitley County.
After spending two years in the Army Air Corp he was honorably discharged in August of 1945 with the rank of 2nd Lieutenant.
He returned to Whitley County to operate the family farm and also started his career at Dana Corporation retiring as a toolmaker in 1981.

TODAY IN SPORTS

January 23, 2013

These are the sports headlines you will find in Wednesday's issue:

Drought leads to Col. City girls' loss

Athlete of the week

Woman in fake girlfriend photo speaks out

First-down line could be coming to NFL stadiums

NFL to decide fate of Pro Bowl by April

Colts promote assistant offensive line coach

SCOTT'S BUILDING UPDATE: Dunham's Sports coming to Columbia City

January 23, 2013

Tuesday, Whitley County EDC hosted a reception announcing Dunham's Sports as the new tenant of the former Scott's building. See Wednesday's edition of The Post & Mail for more information on the entire scope of the development as well as the specific impact the business will have on Columbia City.

January 22nd

Donna Rose, 73

January 22, 2013

Donna J. Rose, 73, of South Whitley, went to be with her Lord on Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013, following a single-car accident in southwest Whitley County.
She was born Feb, 9, 1939, in Whitley County, a daughter of Dwight “Dave” and Dorothy L. (Owen) Goff.
On Feb. 8, 1957, she married Frank Rose. They made their home in Michigan and later Wabash. Following Frank’s death in 1981, Donna moved to South Whitley.
She retired from Dana Weatherhead in Columbia City with many years of service.

Helen Wolfe, 92

January 22, 2013

Helen Marie Wolfe, 92, of Larwill, died at 7:26 a.m. Monday, Jan. 21, 2013, at Miller’s Merry Manor, Columbia City, where she had been a resident since November 2012.
She was born May 5, 1920, in Whitley County, a daughter of Andrew and Mary Kathryne (Beaucha) Gebert. She completed her education at Larwill High School.
In July 1957, she married Willis D. Wolfe. They made their home in Larwill. Mr. Wolfe died Nov. 11, 1985.
She retired from Weatherhead, Columbia City with 38 years of service.

’Busco finishes season undefeated

January 22, 2013

Churubusco’s 7th-grade boys basketball team finished its season with an undefeated (19-0) record Saturday, winning the Land of Lakes Basketball Tournament at Westview. The Eagles beat Lakeland in the semi-final, 54-35, and Fairfield in the finals, 62-30. The win was the first conference title in boys basketball in the school’s history. Front row, from left: Josh Bear, Daulton Brockman, Austin Lehman, Garrett Horn, Bryce Geiger and Trevor Holloway.

SHOW CHOIR: City Stars to shine Saturday

January 22, 2013

Indian Springs Middle School’s show choir, City Stars will perform Saturday at Bishop Dwenger High School in Fort Wayne. This is the group’s first competition of the season. The choir is under the direction of Karyle Genth with assistance from Phil Genth.

SCHOOLS SAVING: Number crunch frees up $25K a year for Whitko

January 22, 2013

SOUTH WHITLEY — He’s only been sitting in the board president chair for three weeks, but Jorell Tucker has already saved Whitko Community School Corporation an estimated $100,000 over a four year period — proving his leadership as profitable for the district.

In December, before Tucker took the president position, he voted against extending a contract for copier services. He was concerned that no other options were laid before the school board.

Tom McFarland, the district’s business manager, told the school board he would bid out the contract.

Whitko’s cheer block is gearing up for another home football game this Friday night. The Wildcats...
WARSAW — Whitko’s boys soccer team picked up its first win of the season Saturday at Lakeland...
NEW HAVEN — After a strong week of conference play, Columbia City’s girls golf team placed seventh...

 

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