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February 4th

IN THE HEADLINES

February 4, 2013

Here are the headlines in Monday's issue:

Former bishop's death impacts Col. City

Columbia City show choir opens season

Town sees interest in renewal

Ex-Navy SEAL died pursuing his passion

EARLY SPRING: Punxsutawney Phil predicts winter to be short

February 4, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY – Despite a very cold and snowy start to February in Northeast Indiana, the sage of Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, a morbidly obese groundhog named Punxsutawney Phil, emerged from his den Saturday morning, did not see his shadow and therefore proclaimed an early spring for the entire nation.
Thus prophesied a Pennsy oracle woodchuck on the oddest of holidays: Groundhog Day.
Below is a feature column penned by Zak Lantz, editor of The Punxsutawney Spirit newspaper, about the groundhog fame of his hometown.

Punxsutawney -- this is my town

February 3rd

WEATHER ADVISORY: Snow forecast for the area

February 3, 2013

The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory in effect from Sunday at 5:18 p.m. through Monday.

A round of accumulating snow is expected to develop late Sunday night and continue into Monday.

February 1st

BOOK SALE: Peabody Library book sale going on now

February 1, 2013

Peabody Public Library is holding a book sale today and Saturday.
Thousands of books will be on sale, including children’s books, cookbooks, paperbacks and books from many other categories, each priced at $1 or less.
The sale will run until 6 p.m. today and from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.
For more information, visit www.ppl.lib.in.us.

MOLESTATION CASE: Pressler's meth charges on hold

February 1, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — A man accused of dealing in methamphetamine had his court appearance pushed back due to other charges.

Dean Pressler, 39, of Larwill, was arrested in December for manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of chemicals with intent to manufacture methamphetamine, maintaining a common nuisance and possession of paraphernalia. He was in Whitley County Circuit Court Monday for those counts.

GIVING BLOOD: Whitley Co. donates

February 1, 2013

Chris Jones, of Columbia City, donates blood at the Columbia City United Methodist Church Thursday afternoon. The American Red Cross Bloodmobile conducted the visit. All who donated were treated to Girl Scout cookies.

MOVING ON UP: CCHS articulates higher education values

February 1, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — With a focus on academic success and college-readiness, the Whitley County Consolidated Schools’ Board of School Trustees heard a presentation on progress in those areas at Columbia City High School and Eagle Tech Academy.

Jennifer Reiff, CCHS principal; Lyle Kuhmichel, CCHS assistant principal; Kyle Nelson, CCHS dean of students and Brady Mullet, Eagle Tech Academy principal gave the presentation.

BRIDGE WITH NO NAME: Sen. Banks proposes moniker

February 1, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — A bridge in Columbia City could one day have a new name.

State Sen. Jim Banks proposed legislation to name the Ind. 9 bridge in Columbia City between West Spencer and Hanna Streets after former State Sen. Gary P. Dillon.

“I introduced the legislation a couple of years ago and introduced it again this time,” Banks said.

Banks did not anticipate the legislation passing this year, but said it had to get started on the process.

“I would love to surprise him with it,” Banks said of Dillon.

IN THE HEADLINES

February 1, 2013

Here are the headlines in Friday's issue:

Molestation case puts meth charges on hold

CCHS articulates higher education values

CCUMC blood drive

Sen. Banks proposes new name for bridge

30-car pile-up leaves five injured

The Whitko Wildcat 14U Pony League team finished its season 11-3, playing in the Northern Indiana...
Jasmine Early, age 12, who will be a seventh grader this fall at Indian Springs Middle School,...
Camp Whitley honored its third and final week leaders Saturday. A nasty storm forced the campers...

 

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