Archive - Apr 25, 2012 - News Article
COLUMBIA CITY ‚ÄĒ In Tuesday‚Äôs meeting, the Columbia City Common Council recommended back to the Animal Ordinance Committee that they would not like to see a chicken ordinance.
The discussion was brought up after Robin Lahrman made a presentation at the council‚Äôs last meeting April 10, suggesting there be a change to the city‚Äôs ordinance to allow chickens (hens) in city limits.
Mayor Ryan Daniel addressed the council in Tuesday‚Äôs meeting asking them to talk about the feedback they received as well as their own concerns.
CHURUBUSCO ‚ÄĒ The silver is polished, Prince Charming‚Äôs castle is sparkling and the glass slippers are ready to be placed on Cinderella‚Äôs tiny feet.
The Churubusco Junior Senior High School‚Äôs fine arts department present Rodgers & Hammerstein‚Äôs ‚ÄúCinderella‚ÄĚ Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
This enchanting musical has 15 cast members and an orchestra. Each have practiced for months for this special event.
Playing the title role is Maranda Partin and playing Prince Charming is Cullen Fisher.
The musical is directed by Elizabeth K. Piercy.
CHURUBUSCO ‚ÄĒ History is being recreated for the Churubusco Main Street Project in the form of a Popcorn Stand Mural that is now finished by students of Churubusco High School.
Art students Gretchen Meinzen, Morgan Beverly, Kayleen Mitchell, Gabby Jones, Savannah LeFever and Sydney Hunsberger worked for over a month on the black and white mural of Clarence and Fern Brumbaugh‚Äôs popcorn stand that sat on the corner of Main and Whitley streets in Churubusco from 1929 to 1942.