COLUMBIA CITY â€” For 44 years Rose Hunter has been working with nuts and bolts up to her ears.
Thursday she gave up all of the inventory when she officially retired from Morsches Builders Mart.
â€śI worked with three generations of the Morsches family. There was Paul Senior, Paul Junior, his brother Bob and now Franz,â€ť Hunter said.
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SOUTH WHITLEY â€” Fall Festival committee members Ronda and Craig Sroufe attended the town council meeting on Tuesday evening requesting that a portion of State Street be closed on September 18 for the annual car show.
â€śYou probably heard, we are not doing a whole (fall) festival this year, but we are still planning on a car show on Sunday, September 18,â€ť Ronda Sroufe said. â€śWe would need this road closed from 7 a.m. to 5 or 6 p.m.â€ť
Editorâ€™s Note: The following is the final part of a three-part series profiling the operations of the Whitley County Highway Department.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Theoretically, the strength of any organization is dependent on its leadership.
For the past two years, that has been a proven fact during the tenure of Michael Barton as director of the Whitley County Highway Department.