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August 22, 2012

BUDGET: Whitko board eyes ’13

August 22, 2012


PIERCETON — Whitko Community School Corporation’s Board of Trustees opened Monday evening’s agenda with a budget review for 2013 presented by Director of Financial Operations Tom McFarland.

CANDIDATE: Whitley Co. democrats host Congressional candidate

August 22, 2012

SOUTH WHITLEY ­— The Whitley County Democrats held its annual Thomas Marshall Dinner Monday night. Among the guests were Kevin Boyd, candidate for Congress.
Boyd said that he wanted to run for the U.S. House of Representatives because he knows how difficult the lives of Americans are today.
“I share the determination and hard work of many struggling families in northeast Indiana, having worked two jobs since 2007 just to make ends meet,” said Boyd.
Boyd has been a Fort Wayne resident since 1989. He and his wife, Barb, have raised two children, Diana and Rob.

WHITKO: Welcomes new staff for ’12-’13

August 22, 2012


PIERCETON — With the first day of school on Aug. 15, the Whitko Community School Corporation’s Board of Trustees held its regular monthly meeting Monday evening to recognize new staff and faculty members who are prepared to tackle the new school year.

PASSAGES: Thanks county for support

August 22, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — Tom O’Neill and Dave Lehman, of Passages, came before the county commissioners Monday thanking them for their continued support to the organization over the years.
Passages mission is “to support people with intellectual and/or development disabilities in living, learning, working and socializing in the community through the use of quality practices.”
As O’Neill handed the board a sheet demonstrating the county’s support, he told them the funds have been mainly used for transportation related costs, as Passages serves over 100 people annually.

FUNDRAISER: Benefit sale hopes to bolster band’s booming growth

August 22, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY ­— The Columbia City High School Marching Eagles have been working throughout the summer to prepare for a number of fall performances and competitions.
Helen Hockemeyer, the band’s director, is in her fourth season with the Marching Eagles. She has seen the scope of the band program evolve under her direction.

COLUMBIA CITY — The Columbia City Lady Eagle Volleyball Team came into Tuesday night’s home contest...
COLUMBIA CITY — The Columbia City Lady Eagle golf team continued its hot streak Tuesday night, with...
Whitko’s cheer block is gearing up for another home football game this Friday night. The Wildcats...

 

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