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STATE'S REPORT CARD: Whitko supt. assesses legislature’s performance

March 21, 2012

PIERCETON — Positive and encouraging news from the state legislature was reported by Whitko Community School Corporation Superintendent Steve Clason regarding the multiple Average Daily Membership (ADM) count, increased appropriation amount for full-day kindergarten and online courses for high school students.

POINT-COUNTERPOINT: Public hearing tonight on wind issue

March 21, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — At last month’s meeting of the Whitley County Plan Commission, President Brandon Forrester stated very matter-of-factly regarding the ongoing wind issue, “Our recommendation to the commissioners will not make everyone happy; there is no way to do that with a topic of this magnitude.”
Tonight, both happy and unhappy parties alike will get an opportunity to speak their mind at the public hearing being held during the commission’s meeting, set for a special time and place of 6 p.m. at the 4-H Center.

REVEALING ROOSEVELT'S CHARACTER: ‘Teddy’portrayed at annual meeting

March 21, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — An informative presentation of Theodore Roosevelt’s presidency entertained those present at the Whitley County Historical Society’s annual meeting, as Gib Young portrayed the 26th President of the United States. The event was held Monday at The Brownstone, located at 105 S. State St. in South Whitley.
Young walked around the room full of people, introducing himself as Theodore Roosevelt before sitting down to a meal. Afterward, he impersonated Roosevelt, speaking about the presidency for nearly 40 minutes.

PERSONNEL SHUFFLE: Whitko school board OKs job changes

March 21, 2012

PIERCETON — Several leadership changes and retirements will take place in Whitko Community School Corporation according to Superintendent Steve Clason. The transitions will become effective beginning with the 2012-13 school year.
“This is one of those times as a superintendent which is an exciting time and scary time as well,” Clason said at the Board of School Trustees regular monthly meeting Monday evening. “We (WCSC) have a number of people changing positions, changing roles, and doing things differently.”

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