Archive - Apr 28, 2011 - News Article
COLUMBIA CITY â Columbia Cityâs limb pick-up program is in full swing and city officials are reminding residents of what is and is not acceptable as city trucks drive through the town collecting sticks, twigs, small limbs and brush.
âThis program has been initiated as a means to dispose of limbs and branches from storm-related events and small pruning projects,â said the city in a recent press release.
The program began during the first full week of April and will continue until October.
COLUMBIA CITY â The brainchild of local children could some day provide free transportation to residents of Columbia City.
At Tuesday nightâs meeting of the Columbia City Common Council, City Police Chief Mike Petersen and Mayor Jim Fleck reported on a fresh new idea being bandied about by a group of youngsters from Mary Raber Elementary School.
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COLUMBIA CITY â Whitley County Sheriffâs Department Det. Chuck Vogely had no idea what the woman was talking about.
The veteran police officer received a phone call out of the blue on Wednesday from a longtime friend.
âShe says âI am on my way to pick up that check for Publisherâs Clearinghouse,ââ said Vogely this morning.
âI told her I didnât know what she was talking about and she swore sheâd talked to me the day before (Tuesday) and Iâve known this lady for years. I said â(the ladyâs first name) I never talked to you yesterday. I never talked to you at all.ââ
SOUTH WHITLEY â An industrial park with shovel-ready sites along Hathaway Drive and Williams Way in South Whitley is becoming a reality.
Kevin Neal, director of wholesale relations for Duke Energy Indiana, the townâs electrical supplier, awarded a $5,000 check to Alan Tio, president of the Whitley County Economic Development Corporation, at Tuesday eveningâs town council meeting which will be used to develop the site.
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