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MISSION TO HAITI: Local group to travel to stricken nation

April 11, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — Whitley County has strong ties to Haiti as the local community continues to raise funds and serve on mission trips.

Amber Walker, of Columbia City, will soon be traveling to Haiti and taking with her more than 75 beaded bracelets, made by Lois Smith of Renaissance Village, for the Haitian children, and in February, a group of members of the Columbia City United Methodist Church (CCUMC) took a trip to Haiti to build new houses with the program “Homes for Haitians.”

Another group from CCUMC church will travel to Haiti in early May.

MULCH SUPPLY GONE: Saturday's free pick-up cancelled

April 11, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — According to Street Superintendent Kelly Cearbaugh, the leaf mulch giveaway scheduled for this Saturday will not take place.

“It’s something we’ve advertised for a while now, but (the mulch) is all gone already,” Cearbaugh said.

The mulch has been available to the public for a few weeks. Department personnel is on hand once a year to load the mulch for residents who bring a way to haul it away.

POLL PREDICTION CORRECT: Cold snap and flurries for April

April 11, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY – Snow flurries late Tuesday afternoon in the area proved correct a March 29 www.thepostandmail.com Online Poll.
Sixty percent of Post & Mail Online Poll respondents predicted a cold snap and snow flurries in April – despite the record March heat wave.
Forty percent incorrectly predicted that “spring was here to stay.”
Never fear. A 70-degree warming trend is predicted for the weekend – along with April showers.
www.thepostandmail.com

CHICKENS? — Col. City resident seeks change in ordinance

April 11, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — An ordinance discussion came before the Columbia City Common Council Tuesday regarding the city’s restricted animals ordinance.

Currently, part of the wording reads “.... the term ‘restricted animal’ as used in this section means: poultry, horses, cows, goats, swine, sheep ...”.

Resident Robin Lahrman has requested the ordinance be changed to allow for chicken hens. Specifically, Lahrman would like to keep up to 12 of them.

“I believe that you will be responsible,” Weigold said. “But if we open it up, will the next people be responsible?”

Columbia City soccer player Shila Tolliver signed to play soccer at Huntington University Thursday...
CHURUBUSCO — With a 5-2 win in the season opener against Woodlan and another win over Oak Hill...
HUNTINGTON — Columbia City’s boys track team opened its season with a loss at Huntington North...

 

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