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United Way celebrates campaign, volunteers

March 17, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — The United Way of Whitley County recognized its volunteers and shared 2010 fundraising campaign results at a breakfast Tuesday morning at the Eagle’s Nest Event Center.

County takes big step forward in education goals

March 17, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — The road to a college education just got a little bit easier for some Whitley County students thanks to a partnership announced Wednesday between the Whitley County Community Foundation and the Questa Foundation for Education.
The Questa Foundation, based in Fort Wayne, announced that it is expanding its Questa Scholars Program into Whitley, DeKalb, Huntington and Kosciusko counties, and hopes to expand to the rest of northeast Indiana by 2013.

Tom Rethlake named Republican of the Year

March 17, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — Area Republicans gathered Wednesday night to mingle, discuss successes and strategies and recognize their own at the annual Lincoln Day Dinner, held at the Eagle’s Nest in Columbia City.
Party Chairman Sen. Jim Banks took the podium before the dinner, and prior to the arrival of Keynote Speaker Gov. Mitch Daniels and called on his fellow Republicans to find his replacement.
“We are looking for new leadership of the (county) party,” Banks said.

Daniels addresses county GOP

March 17, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — Gov. Mitch Daniels’ flair for levity and sarcasm drew countless laughs as Indiana’s top elected official poked fun at boycotting House Democrats, the President and even himself Wednesday night as the keynote speaker for Whitley County’s annual Lincoln Day Dinner.
“Wherever I go, I get asked a lot of questions about Indiana,” said Daniels, adding that he fields numerous inquiries about the state’s budget surplus. He said he tells people there’s a reason why Indiana is different from some states whose financial ledgers are in the red.

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