Archive - Oct 19, 2011 - News Article
COLUMBIA CITY â Whitley County Sheriffâs Department Chief of Deputies Mark Gatton is warning citizens to keep their doors locked.
The WCSD has had seven reported thefts from unlocked vehicles and buildings so far in the month of October.
âYou make yourself an easy target when you leave your doors unlocked,â Gatton said.
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SOUTH WHITLEY â Optimism about the future and overcoming adversity was the prevalent theme at the outset of the awards presentation during the Whitley County Chamber of Commerceâs annual recognition night Tuesday.
âThis has been a very challenging few months for the chamber of commerce,â said Mike DeFreeuw, chairman of the chamber board during the opening remarks.
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CHURUBUSCOÂ âÂ Churubusco High SchoolÂ students got the opportunity to see local government in action Monday when theÂ Whitley CountyÂ Board of Commissionerâs held its bi-monthly meeting in the auditorium of the high school.
Although designed to be business as usual, most of the discussion stemmed from questions raised by the students regarding a commissionerâs role and duties.
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COLUMBIA CITY â A father and infant daughter survived a one-vehicle rollover crash in the area of Ind. 9 and CR 500 N Tuesday morning.
Casey Sellers, 31, of Fairmont, lost control of his Cadillac Escalade and rolled it, pinning himself in the vehicle. Sellerâs daughter, 4, escaped with no injuries. Sellers was airlifted to Parkview Main in Fort Wayne after he was found unconscious and pinned in the vehicle.