Archive - Dec 23, 2011 - News Article
COLUMBIA CITY â€” The Columbia City Elks Lodge #1417 recently held its annual Hoop Shoot at the Indian Springs Middle School Gymnasium.
Local winners from the three county school systems were in attendance, with the winners of this contest advancing to the District event to be held in January of 2012.
Over three million boys and girls are expected to compete in this yearâ€™s Elks National Free Throw Contest (Hoop Shoot).
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Heâ€™s undoubtedly the most popular teacher at Churubusco Junior Senior High School and while on top, heâ€™s retiring.
Gary Smith knows when to exit, stage left.
â€śIâ€™m on the top of my game and I know this is the right time to retire,â€ť said Smith, a social studies teacher.
Smith took over at CJSHS when long-time teacher Paul Daily retired 22 years ago.
Smith served four years in the U.S. Air Force and graduated from Indiana University in 1980.
Hundreds of calls are coming in to the Better Business Bureau (BBB) confirming the email scam using the Better Business Bureauâ€™s name and logo continues to proliferate across North America, even to some overseas addresses.
Most of the emails carry the famous BBB torch logo and come with the subject line â€śComplaint from your customers.â€ť
The emails have a link or an attachment containing malicious phishing malware that steals information, often with devastating results.
INDIANAPOLIS â€“ As hundreds of thousands of Hoosiers hit the road for the holidays, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS), Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) and Indiana State Police (ISP) are reminding motorists to plan ahead and check on road conditions before heading out.
Before leaving home