November 8th, 2014
COLUMBIA CITY â With all the hype and excitement that goes along with a winning football team, itâs easy to overlook that all-too-important component â the fans.
Carharttâs, snowsuits and wool blankets dotted the stands of the Max Gandy Athletic Field as the Eaglesâ dedicated congregation of fans weathered the frigid air Friday night.
WHITLEY COUNTY â 2014 Fall Honor Pages for High School and Junior High School Students will be published in The Post & Mail in the Weekend Edition, Nov. 22-23.
Details about these special pages are contained in an advertisement on page A6 of the Weekend Edition of The Post & Mail, now on newsstands throughout Whitley County.
This is a great opportunity to submit photos of students from Columbia City High School, Churubusco High School, Whitko High School â and their feeder schools â who participated in band, choir, show choir or theater this fall.
Holiday bargains are heating up and there is a sizzling bonfire of savings to be had in this Weekend's Edition of The Post & Mail.
In fact, there are more than $177 in coupon savings, discounts and specials in your Post & Mail â now available at newsstands throughout Whitley County!
In addition to the money you can save, you'll also find out about local news, local sports and features that you simply can't obtain anywhere else. Additionally, you'll receive the very popular American Profile magazine and TV Times television digest.
The City of Columbia City hung its large American Flag across the front of City Hall in celebration and recognition of the Veterans Marathon today. Motorists downtown should expect road closures and traffic delays throughout the day as runners and tourists flood the county.
COLUMBIA CITY â Friday nightâs sectional title game was not the ending a large crowd of Columbia City football fans had braved the cold for.
First half turnovers and a Norwell offense that kept the Columbia City defense on the field for big chunks of the first half put the Eagles in a 21-point first-half hole that they were not able to climb out of, and Columbia City fell 35-7 to the Knights in the IHSAA Sectional 20 finals.
The stands are expected to be crowded in Columbia City tonight for the Eaglesâ sectional championship football game against Norwell. Columbia City is seeking its second-ever sectional title. The Eaglesâ last won the sectional in 1993. Pictured above is a full crowd at Columbia Cityâs Homecoming game in September.
COLUMBIA CITY â Ball Furniture & Mattress Company in downtown Columbia City is sponsoring a Trivia Contest in commemoration of the companyâs 53rd anniversary.
The Ball Furniture Trivia Contest is based on items and pricing from a 1962 advertisement in the Columbia City Post and The Commercial-Mail.
Grand prize winner in the Trivia Contest will receive a recliner chair from Ball Furniture.
A new question and multiple-choice answers to select from will be published frequently in The Post & Mail throughout the month of November.
COLUMBIA CITY â Joshua Foor has always had his sights set high. In 2006, Foor, of Columbia City, joined the Airborne Division of the U.S. Army. âI always wanted to be a part of something bigger. I loved the idea of a cohesive team,â Foor said.
COLUMBIA CITY â Despite cold, rainy weather in the forecast for Saturdayâs annual Veterans Marathon, race numbers are comparable to last year, officials say. The Veterans Marathon, hosted by Three Rivers Running Company, is an annual race in downtown Columbia City and Whitley County.