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April 22nd, 2011

Kessie picked for IBCA scholarship

April 22, 2011

   The Indiana Basketball Coaches Association awards two scholarships a year in the name of Pat Aikman.
   One of those comes from Whitley County.
   The Whitko Lady Wildcats’ senior captain Rachelle Kessie was the recipient of scholarship along side Huntington North’s Kyle Bradburn.

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Water main break dumps millions of gallons

April 22, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City water superintendent Mike Dear reported Friday morning that a water main break earlier this week near the Blue River may have spilled 10 million gallons of water before it could be repaired.
In an area near the river and Radio Road where on-going sewer line installations have been under way for some time, Dear said he was driving by such a site on Monday when “I spotted water coming out of a culvert pipe that normally wouldn’t have water coming out of it.”
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Ugly win first for ’Busco

April 22, 2011

   LIGONIER — The old adage says that “beauty is in the eye of the beholder.”
   For the Churubusco Lady Eagle softball team, even winning ugly has its charm, as the Lady Eagles worked out of several jams to grab their first win of the season 6-3 over host West Noble Thursday.

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Senior supremacy lifts City

April 22, 2011

   COLUMBIA CITY — It was nearly a month after Columbia City boys’ track and field was supposed to have its home opener but Thursday turned into a night of big wins, personal records and honoring seven seniors.
   Seniors like thrower Jordan Chapple helped the Eagles open at home on senior night with a convincing 98-34 win over Manchester.

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Columbia City extends win streak to three

April 22, 2011

   ANGOLA — After a 1-1 start to the season, Columbia City girls’ tennis have gone through the second week of the young season with a win streak.
   Following wins at home Monday and Wednesday, the Lady Eagles hit the road for a match Thursday.
   Columbia City got wins from both its singles and doubles players but a three-set match in No. 3 singles lifted the Lady Eagles to a 3-2 win at Angola.

Lady Eagles topple sectional foe HN

April 22, 2011

   HUNTINGTON — It’s just under a month until the girls’ track sectional but Columbia City got a taste of its’ competition Thursday.
   The defending sectional champions traveled to Huntington North. The Lady Vikings have been the major competition for the Lady Eagles trading sectional titles for the last three seasons.
   The regular season preview gave Columbia City good signs for the postseason with a 75-57 win over Huntington.

Canterbury posts low numbers, beat Eagles

April 22, 2011

   FORT WAYNE — The weather was good for Columbia City boys’ golf and the numbers were better.
   However, Fort Wayne Canterbury posted two numbers under 40 to win 161-182.

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Raimund Hawn, 61

April 22, 2011

Raimund Hawn, 61, a resident of South Whitley, died at 9:13 a.m. Thursday, April 21, 2011 at his stepdaughter’s home in North Manchester. He had been battling cancer for the past three years.
He was born Aug. 5, 1949 in Frankfort, Germany, a son of the late Duane E. and Herta (Fischer) Hawn. His formative years were spent in the Larwill area. He graduated from Larwill High School in 1968.
His work career included 21 years at the former Gripco, South Whitley. Following the closing of the South Whitley plant, he started his own cleaning service.

Dee Duncan, 54

April 22, 2011

Dee S. Duncan, 54, a resident of rural Churubusco and wife of widely acquainted Churubusco businessman Dale E. Duncan, passed away at 12:15 a.m. Thursday, April 21, 2011, at the family residence in Smith Township following an illness over three years.

April 21st

State's kindergarten funding shy of what's needed

April 21, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — A recent move by Gov. Mitch Daniels to appease bristled educators is being scrutinized by not only school system bean-counters, but criticized by at least one legislator as being fiscally irresponsible.
Daniels announced last week he had squeezed enough money out of the state budget with cutbacks that he could reintroduce $150 million back into K-12 budgets for use, as he put it, to fully fund all-day kindergarten.

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