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October 19th

Commissioners field questions from ‘Busco students

October 19, 2011

CHURUBUSCO – Churubusco High School students got the opportunity to see local government in action Monday when the Whitley County Board of Commissioner’s 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 commissioner’s role and duties.
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SUV goes airborne, rolls over

October 19, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — 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. Seller’s 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.
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October 17th

Property assessment form being mailed

October 17, 2011

CHURUBUSCO – Every year, property owners in the county receive what is known as a Form 11, an assessment form showing either the same property value as the previous year or changes to this year’s value.
The form is sent by the county assessor’s office and is used in determining what property taxes will be when next year’s tax season comes around.
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Shrouded morning

October 17, 2011

Fog rises over a rural scene north of South Whitley recently as the sun prepares to peak over the treeline. Cooling temperatures have recently collided with the warm earth, still holding heat from a searing summer, to create foggy conditions throughout Whitley County and the rest of Indiana.

Junior Achiever: Hard at work

October 17, 2011

Lauren Listen, a 4th-grade student at Mary Raber Elementary School in Columbia City, writes her name on the back of her Junior Achievement book. She is just one of 900 Whitley County children involved in JA this fall. Nancy Bridegam is her teacher.

Final OK near for trail expansion

October 17, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — The committee in charge of the Blue River Trail Expansion, a project which has been ongoing for nearly three years, is close to submitting its final proposals to the Columbia City Park Board.
Derek Fredrickson of Engineering Resources, Inc. and the Blue River Trail Committee made the presentation to city council last week.
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Flip throw: Whitko soccer standout wows fans and foes with rare feat of athleticism

October 17, 2011

SOUTH WHITLEY — Many soccer coaches are happy to teach a first-time player how to kick the ball properly in their first practice.
For Whitko Coach Gary Sims and player Cagney Craig, the first practice was quite different.
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Fall brings spike in car-deer crashes

October 17, 2011

Hunting season for whitetail deer, coupled with the fall corn and soybean harvest, has experts warning Indiana motorists to be extra vigilant on the roadways.
According to the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, movement patterns for deer are changing due to crops being harvested, another factor in increased activity near roads.
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Larwill council: New truck will help with snow removal

October 17, 2011

LARWILL — In an effort to save on future snow plowing expenses, Larwill town council members agreed to purchase a 2001 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD 4-wheel drive truck at its Thursday evening meeting.
“The (truck) purchase is in order to save our lawn tractor some work,” council president Rick Hobbs said.
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Farmers take advantage of good weather to reap 2011’s sub-par harvests

October 17, 2011

WHITLEY COUNTY — With the 2011 fall harvest fully under way, Indiana farming experts such as the Indiana Farm Bureau report a wide variety of yield results.
Locally, it appears weather issues throughout the planting and growing season this year have negatively affected yields.
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