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POLICE WARN RESIDENTS: Beware of scams

September 6, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — In the last month, fraud has become a prevalent topic in the area.
According to Columbia City Police Det. Chip Stephenson, several people in the area have fallen victim to a malicious computer virus.
“I talked to a guy from BE Comics & Computers (in Columbia City), who said he’s had eight or nine computers in the last few weeks that have had viruses,” Stephenson said. “People have been contacted via home phone with someone saying, ‘hey this is such-and-such with Microsoft. We need you to do an update for your computer.’”

FOOD ESTABLISHMENT ORDINANCE: Health board looking to make revisions

September 6, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — With the state reducing the number of visits the health department is required to make to restaurants every year, the Whitley County Health Department is looking to revise its Food Establishment Ordinance.
Dr. Lisa Hatcher, health officer at the Whitley County Health Department, came before the Whitley County Council at its Wednesday meeting to make the board aware of the revisions being made, which would need to be approved by the council to become law.

TRICK-OR-TREAT: Hours set by Col. City

September 6, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — The City of Columbia City announced Tuesday that trick-or-treat will be held between the hours of 6 to 8 p.m. on Halloween night, Oct. 31.
Government officials are urging citizens to use caution while driving on that night as hundreds of children will be going door to door throughout Columbia City collecting candy.
The fire department will also be handing out candy and glow sticks at the Columbia City Fire Station.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT: Focused on achieving national accreditation

September 6, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — The Whitley County Health Department may have future plans which include seeking to achieve national accreditation.
During the Whitley County Council meeting Wednesday, Health Officer Dr. Lisa Hatcher, told the board the move would boost the health department by putting it on a national level.

SGCS: OKs part of facility spruce-up

September 6, 2012


CHURUBUSCO — The efforts to make Churubusco’s schools more secure had an unexpected price tag, causing the Smith-Green Community Schools Board of School Trustees to slightly adjust plans for a major renovation project.
“It was certainly not what we were hoping for,” said Greg Wehling, vice president of Moake Park, the architects coordinating SGCS’s $5 million-plus school rebuild.
According to Wehling, one item in the low bid by Fetters Construction came in nearly $100,000 higher than expected.

WALTON — In its first meeting with Lewis Cass, Churubusco’s football team fell to the Kings, 16-7...
SOUTH WHITLEY ­— Whitko’s Lady Wildcat volleyball teams faced off against the Manchester Lady...
COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s girls golf team is continuing to stay near the top of the Northeast...

 

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