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Reelcraft, CCHS mark Manufacturing Day

October 8, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Reelcraft Industries, Inc. in Columbia City hosted approximately 25 students from Columbia City High School for a Manufacturing Day event Oct. 2 as part of an effort to draw greater attention to the opportunities that a career in manufacturing can provide.

The event also promoted the pursuit of skills that will lead to a long-term career that offers security and growth for qualified candidates.

Autumn events fall upon Churubusco Public Library

October 8, 2013

CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco Public Library has released it’s schedule of October events.

Library hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. The library is closed Sundays.

CPL is located at 116 N. Mulberry St., Churubusco. Visit the library’s website at www.buscolibrary.org for more information.

October Events

Fall coloring contest

EXTRA CHROMOSOME: ‘The reward from raising a child with Down Syndrome is unspeakable’

October 8, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — When Shad Hunter first held is son in his arms, he knew something was different.

Little did he and his wife know, their lives would be changed forever — their son, Keyan, was born with Down Syndrome.

“We had no clue,” Shad said. “My wife (Crystal) was only 31 and had a healthy lifestyle — she didn’t smoke or drink while she was pregnant.”

Three years later, Keyan is a thriving boy with Down Syndrome, and 42 people walked in support of him in Saturday’s DSANI Buddy Walk, held by the Down Syndrome Association of Northeast Indiana at Shoaff Park in Fort Wayne.

IN COURT: Col. City man sentenced to 8 years for burglary

October 8, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — A Columbia City man received the maximum sentence in Whitley County Circuit Court for his burglary offense.

Gabriel Auer, 35, was sentenced Monday to eight years, all to serve in the Whitley County Jail.

It was the maximum sentence for a Class C felony.

Whitley County Prosecutor Matt Rentschler said Auer was deserving of the maximum sentence.

“Mr. Auer has a substantial criminal record,” he said. “He has one prior offense of burglary at the same establishment.”

CALLING ALL FANS: The Post & Mail seeking Whitley County’s best

October 8, 2013

It’s time for you to participate in Fantastic Fans Photo Fun in The Post & Mail!

Are you a face-painter?
Are you a lucky cap-and-gear sports fan?
If you’re not, we bet you know some!

Here’s your chance to participate in The Post & Mail’s “Fantastic Fans Photo Fun” sports feature. Participation is free of charge. Simply snap a photo of Fantastic Fans in your sporting life and submit them to The Post & Mail. Please properly identify the person or persons in the Fantastic Fans photo, and feel free to provide additional information.

COUNT 'EM: WCCS enrollment up from last year

October 8, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — The results are in.

After the state performed a head count of all Whitley County Consolidated Schools’ students in September for tax purposes, Superintendent Pat O’Connor shared with the school board Monday that enrollment is up from last year.

Granted, enrollment is only up two students from last year, but O’Connor said the numbers are deceiving.

“This is huge because we had 24 early graduates,” O’Connor said. “Last year, the early graduates decreased our enrollment. This year, our new students have made up for the ones who left for early graduation.”

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