Archive - Apr 24, 2013 - News Article
Light snow is falling in parts of Whitley County.
Citizens should act accordingly in the unusual weather pattern.
Whitko High School will present, â€śThe Wizard of Oz,â€ť Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m., and Sunday at 2 p.m. More than 50 students have worked for months to bring the show to South Whitley. The production features students from elementary and middle schools as well.
Tickets are available at the door and prices are $6 for adults and $5 for students. Doors will open one hour prior to the show. Pictured is Jasmine Gregory (Center) as Dorothy Gale and Michael Thompson (right) as Tin Man, along with the rest of the cast at a rehearsal recently.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Columbia Cityâ€™s Common Council held its third and final reading to withdraw the cityâ€™s water and electric utilities from the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC) Tuesday.
This was the final step for the city to take. A formal letter will still be sent to the IURC and there will be a waiting period before the move becomes official.
Before voting on the measures, which both passed unanimously, the council heard public comment.
SOUTH WHITLEY â€” Sewer discussions left a sour taste in some residentsâ€™ mouths at Tuesday nightâ€™s town council meeting.
Two residents came to members of the council with costly concerns, centering around sewer back ups in their homes.
David and Judy Richards confronted the council after returning home from a four-month stay in Florida to find the sewer line servicing their home had backed up into their basement.
â€śMy son came and talked to you already,â€ť David said. â€śI know you made a decision to not help cover the bill, but I wanted to know if you could explain it to me.â€ť
PIERCETON â€” Acknowledging strengths and weaknesses have been a common theme at Whitko Community School Corporationâ€™s Board of School Trustee meetings.
Each month, principals from the districtâ€™s schools give a report as to the progress being made on campus.
Some of those reports are positive and some point out areas needing improvement, but regardless, administrators are not skirting away from the reality at their respective school.