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May 24th, 2012

CITY SETS UTILITY RATES

May 24, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — The Columbia City Common Council moved to pass an ordinance establishing rates for the waterworks at Tuesday’s meeting. A public hearing was held, but after no one came forward, the council passed the ordinance.
The rate adjustment, shown above 33 percent, will not affect electric, wastewater, sewer or storm water.
In the council’s last meeting Mayor Ryan Daniel said the increase is mainly due to the fact that water utility has been running in the negative for a little while, due to a decrease of usage.

’Busco’s Poyser hits walk-off single to win, 4-3

May 24, 2012

FORT WAYNE — What better way to open sectional baseball action than a sixth-inning comeback and an eight-frame nail-biter?

When Kody Poyser hits a walk-off single to send Churubusco to the semi-finals.

The Eagles faced Eastside in the opening round of sectional play Wednesday at Indiana Tech in Fort Wayne and won 4-3 after facing a 3-1 deficit in the sixth inning.

The Eagles also scored their first run in the opening frame, as lead-off batter Poyser crossed home plate for the ’Busco’s first time of the game.

CCHS'S BEST, BRIGHTEST

May 24, 2012

Top students from Columbia City High School were honored Monday night at the school’s annual honors convocation. Pictured above are, left to right, Kara Jackson, Alissa Sturtevant and Lacey Jahn, recipients of the Bob Brittain Memorial Scholarship.
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Complete convo results are available in the Wednesday edition of The Post & Mail. Photos of the event are available for purchase and can be seen on our Facebook page.

May 23rd

DESTROYED: Fire guts home in Southeast Whitley County

May 23, 2012

JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP ­­ ­— Firefighters from four Whitley County departments as well as Roanoke responded early today to a house fire that destroyed a Southeast Whitley County home.
According to Whitley County Sheriff’s Department dispatch reports, the fire began on the porch of a large farm house located at 9885 S. CR 500 E. where flames were visible.
The call came into WCSD dispatchers at 2:13 a.m. The first units arrived on the scene at 2:28 a.m.
Initial reports say the fire was suspected to have started in the vicinity of where the main electrical feed enters the house.

EDUCATION'S FRIEND: Whitko honors Lehman

May 23, 2012

PIERCETON — Recognized and honored for making a significant impact on education, the 2012 Friend of Education award was presented to April Lehman by Whitko Community School Corporation’s (WCSC) Superintendent, Steve Clason.
The award was presented at Monday evening’s School Board of Trustees monthly meeting.
“This award is given to someone who unselfishly gives of their time in an effort to help with our schools to make them a better place,” Clason said.
Clason said Lehman was nominated by three separate individuals which is unusual.

WELCOME ABOARD: Whitko announces new staff

May 23, 2012

PIERCETON — Committed to providing the best quality education and excellence for all, several leadership changes and retirements are on the horizon for the next school year at Whitko Community School Corporation.
Superintendent Steve Clason introduced two new staff members and elaborated on retirements at it’s School Board of Trustees meeting Monday evening.

‘DISCOVER WHO YOU ARE': Recruitment for 2013 DYW Thursday

May 23, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — As a little girl, Michaela Thomas, currently a senior at Columbia City High School, watched young women participate in the Distinguished Young Women (DYW) program, formerly known as Junior Miss.
“You wouldn’t think that something like that would help you discover who you are, but it did, it helped me,” said Thomas. “You develop confidence, and it makes you realize some of your strengths.”
A recruitment session for prospective participants of the 2013 DYW program has been scheduled for Thursday at 3:30 p.m.

COMMISSIONERS CONTINUE WIND TALK

May 23, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — After more discussion on the proposed Wind Energy Ordinance, the commissioners decided to wait until their next meeting to make any decisions.
The meeting began with Commissioner Thomas Rethlake asking, “How are we going to proceed?”
Rethlake said he had recently received more comments that needed to be considered before making any proposed changes or decisions.
The commissioners decided not to consider any further written comments or suggestions after Monday’s meeting.

DIRECTOR NAMED: United Way names Baker as new director

May 23, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY ­­ ­— The United Way of Whitley County recently named Cindy Baker as its executive director. On June 4, Baker will officially take the position, but her enthusiasm is already kicking in.
“I am excited about this opportunity and to get out in the community. I am looking forward to opening up doors for the United Way. One of the things I think I will focus on is educating the community on what the United Way does and what it can offer the community,” said Baker.

Columbia City wins last match at Eagle Glen

May 23, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — Three Columbia City linksters played their last match as Eagles at Eagle Glen Tuesday night against Wawasee.

Columbia City, led by senior Dustin Parrett, won by four strokes over the Warriors in the back nine, 175-179.

Parrett shot a season-low 40. Fellow seniors Drew Burnsworth and Tucker Daniel also wrapped up the home season with competitive scores.

“It was a good way for Parrett to go out,” Columbia City Head Coach Andrew Thompson said.

 

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