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Moving in at Parkview Whitley

October 20, 2011

Virginia Allard is transported into Parkview Whitley Hospital’s new facility at 1260 E. Ind. 205 this morning by Huntington Paramedic Brian Miller. Allard’s transfer was part of the hospital’s official opening. The transfer of patients on the scheduled opening date culminates months of preparations for the occupation of Parkview Health System’s 165,000-square-foot, $42 million hospital.
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Check out Friday's edition of The Post and Mail for a photo of the ribbon cutting.

WCCS attends school board conference

October 20, 2011

INDIANAPOLIS — The annual Indiana School Board Association Conference was held Sept. 26-37 in Indianapolis and several Whitley County Consolidated Schools board members attended.
The board members reported on the conference at their regular session earlier this week.
Board member Deborah Hiss said she found that in comparison to many Indiana schools, Whitley County is ahead of the pack in many areas.
“It’s very impressive to know that we’re doing as much as we are for our students,” Hiss said.
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Mary Raber students get ‘poetic’ lesson

October 20, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY – Poetry came alive at Mary Raber Elementary School Wednesday morning when Valerie Chamness and Joshua Daniels performed verbal acrobatics during a student convocation.
The married couple from Asheville, N.C., visited MRES with their “Poetry Alive,” production. They have traveled around the world and the United States sharing poems in a way that most children and teachers have never witnessed.
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Smith-Green encourages patron survey input online

October 20, 2011

CHURUBUSCO — Smith-Green Community Schools wants the community’s opinion about what’s going on at the two schools – both inside and out.
“We want to know what the parents and this community think about us. We want to hear about our walls and our classes. We want to hear their opinions,” said Steve Darnell, superintendent at SGCS.
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