Archive - Dec 9, 2013 - News Article
Northern Heights Elementary School students in Heather Harrisâ€™s fourth grade class learned about electricity in their science class. The students worked hands-on to test various items in order to determine if they were conductors or insulators. Pictured are Joey Stinson, Jalea Morrison, and Taylor Ellis.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Candy canes and cookies were on the menu at Downtown On The Square Saturday.
Far from its normal fine dining, the restaurant, located across from the Whitley County Courthouse in Columbia City, changed its culinary specialties to host a breakfast with Santa event for children.
The breakfast is just one of the many downtown appearances Santa Claus has made this holiday season.
SOUTH WHITLEY â€” After spearheading two large-scale park renovations, Katey Till announced she was stepping down from the South Whitley Park Board.
Till, a South Whitley resident, is a mother, wife and active volunteer.
With so much on her to-do list, she told South Whitley Town Council members at a meeting in November that she would be resigning her seat on the board.
â€śItâ€™s time,â€ť Till said. â€śIâ€™ve done what I wanted to do.â€ť
Official resignation of Tillâ€™s spot will be Friday. Her departure is in addition to another vacant seat needing to be filled.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” A Columbia City man died in a crash in Whitley County Friday night.
Zachariah â€śZachâ€ť Ballard, 28, was driving north on County Road 450 East, south of Cider Mill Road, when police believe his truck traveled left of center and ran off the roadway.
Investigation by the Whitley County Sheriffâ€™s Department showed that Ballardâ€™s vehicle struck two trees, and when officials arrived, Ballard was partially ejected from the truck.
INDIANAPOLIS â€” The Post & Mail newspaper, Columbia City, brought home 10 awards from the Hoosier State Press Associationâ€™s yearly banquet Saturday.
Editors Christie Workman and Nicole Ott were awarded for feature and sports articles, as well as photography.
Ott earned Photo of the Year in The Post & Mailâ€™s division, with the front-page photo of Ethan Krider and Jade North for Valentineâ€™s Day.
The photo also won its category, Best Feature Photo, and was a contender for overall Photo of the Year, an award won by The Evansville Courier and Press.