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MORE SNOW? Say it isn't so

March 20, 2013

Although March 20 was the first day of spring, snow storms are currently being tracked for northeast Indiana.

Meteorologist with the National Weather Service are showing the potential for significant snow Sunday, March 24 and Monday, March 25. Snow fall may start as early as Saturday night, March 23.

SMITH-GREEN DEPARTURE: Churubusco Athletic Director resigns

March 20, 2013

CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco Junior-Senior High School Athletic/Activities Director Andrew Wagner will resign following the 2012-13 school year.

The SGCS Board of School Trustees approved Wagner’s resignation at its March meeting Monday.

Wagner is in his second year in the position. He had served three years as athletic director at Indian Springs Middle School, in Columbia City, immediately prior to his tenure with SGCS.

In the meeting, Board President Cathy Petrie read a portion of a letter from Wagner.

2013 LEADER OF TOMORROW: Connor Stouder of Whitko High School

March 20, 2013

Editor’s note: All three Whitley County high school principals were asked to nominate three students who they deemed up and coming leaders.
Each student was asked a series of questions and have been highlighted during the last week. Connor Stouder was The Post & Mail’s top pick in the Leaders of Tomorrow search.

SOUTH WHITLEY — “Never take a day off.” That’s the advice Connor Stouder, a senior at Whitko High School, would give to students just starting their high school career.

TRADING SPACES: County turns property over to state

March 20, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Whitley County’s Board of Commissioners unanimously voted to turn a fish hatchery property back over to the state of Indiana Monday.

The commissioners also discussed the Camp Samaritan property, which had been in the county’s control since 2010. Camp Whitley was interested in purchasing the land. The stipulation of the contract was if the county did nothing to make Camp Samaritan into a public park, then it would revert back to the DNR.

PHOTO ACCOLADES: ISMS student takes national award, inspires teacher

March 20, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY —­­ Megan Jagger, an 8th-grade student at Indian Springs Middle School, won several regional honors in the Scholastic Art Awards competition for her photographs.

However, in a ceremony held at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Jagger was awarded a National Silver Medal for a photograph of an old tractor entitled, “Antiquity on the Farm.”

Mary Hilger is Jagger’s art teacher at ISMS and was elated to see one of her students receive the artistic honor.

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