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November 21st, 2012

Patricia Tucker

November 21, 2012

Patricia J. Tucker passed away Nov. 5, 2012, at 5:05 p.m. She was born July 6, 1931.
After serving in the U.S. Navy, she traveled the country doing various jobs and meeting interesting people. She came home to spend her last years with family.
She kept her spirit and sense of humor to the end. Words can never express the thankfulness and gratitude to Hospice of Parkview.
Surviving relatives include three loving siblings, Robert Tucker of Tavares, Fla., Gloria (Jack) Mullett of Columbia City and Garthena Tucker of Fort Wayne.

'FOR KIDS OF ALL AGES': New playground to be assembled at Morsches Park

November 21, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — Neon green and yellow colored playground equipment is scheduled to fill the recently empty spot where the old playground at Morsches Park once stood. The Columbia City Parks Department tore the old playground down last week.

“I think the kids are going to love it, and it will be good for all ages,” said Columbia City Park Director Mark Green. “There will be a swing set area, a large teeter totter you can stand on and the slides should be a little taller than what we had.”

BOYS BASKETBALL: Tips off tonight

November 21, 2012

INTERNET POLICY: WCCS to implement revisions for online safety

November 21, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — The Whitley County Consolidated Schools Board of School Trustees is preparing to implement internet safety policies to better protect its students.

According to WCCS Superintendent Dr. Pat O’Connor, the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) was amended last fall and now requires school corporations to provide age appropriate curriculum concerning proper online behavior.

“This includes interacting with others on social networking sites, in chat rooms and cyberbullying awareness,” explained Dr. O’Connor.

Col. City opens with loss to Bellmont

November 21, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — A very young Columbia City Eagle wrestling squad kicked off its 2012-13 season Tuesday night with one of only three home meets.
The Eagles hosted perennial Northeast Hoosier Conference powerhouse Bel-lmont.

Columbia City fell behind early, but ran off a string of three straight wins.

Despite the run, the Eagles still fell to the Braves by a 51-19 score.
Columbia City fielded a lineup that included five freshmen who saw their first high school varsity experience.

SMALL BIZ BLITZ: Local consumers poised to shop locally Saturday

November 21, 2012

Consumers say they will be out in full force on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, "Small Business Saturday," to support the small businesses that fuel the U.S. economy, create jobs and keep communities thriving.

Of the tens of millions of Americans familiar with Small Business Saturday, 67 percent are planning to “shop small” on Nov. 24 (44% said they shopped at small businesses on Small Business Saturday in 2011), according to the Small Business Saturday Consumer Insights Survey.

CAUTION: Dense fog causes multiple Whitley County crashes

November 21, 2012

According to police scanner traffic, Whitley County has had multiple crashes in the last hour.

Dense fog is creating hazardous road conditions and many area schools have closed.

Use caution when traveling.

FOG ADVISORY: Remaining in effect until 11 a.m. today

November 21, 2012

The National Weather Service of Northern Indiana has a dense fog advisory, remaining in effect until 11 a.m. this morning.

According to the weather service, a dense fog advisory means visibility will frequently be reduced to one quarter mile or less.

November 20th

METH CHARGES: 'Busco brothers arrested

November 20, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — Two Churubusco brothers appeared in Whitley County Circuit Court Monday for an initial hearing after a search warrant turned up drugs at their residence last week.

Benjamin, 30, and Andrew Greer, 28, were arrested on methamphetamine and marijuana charges after the Indiana State Police Emergency Response Team (ERT) searched their home at 7755 E. CR 150 N. on Nov. 15.

According to a case report by the Whitley County Drug Task Force, before the search, ERT officers witnessed Andrew throwing items out of the upstairs window onto a lower roof.

NOT FORGOTTEN: Fellow veteran recounts the memory of a fallen friend

November 20, 2012


SOUTH WHITLEY — Like a fresh wound, the memory of Anthony Wagner’s death is a sensitive and raw memory for Travis Leon — even after a decade has past.

Wagner, of South Whitley, and Leon, of Fort Wayne, were childhood friends and found themselves in the 293rd National Guard Division of Indiana in 2002.

Wagner joined the National Guard in 2001, a little more than a month after his 21st birthday. Leon was right behind him.

Private First Class Wagner received notice in October of 2002 that he had been activated and would be leaving the states to serve in Iraq.

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