Archive - May 2013 - News Article
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Delays in the game happen in commercial real estate as well as football, there just is not a penalty assessed.
Dunhamâ€™s Sports will open in Columbia City, just not on the original timetable.
It was announced in January that the Michigan-based sporting goods company would be coming to Columbia City to occupy the former Scottâ€™s building.
The projected opening was in late May or early June, but that has been pushed back.
(May 28, 2013) -- The Whitley County Emergency Management has declared a severe thunderstorm watch for Whitley County until 2 a.m.
Though Mondayâ€™s Memorial Day parades in Columbia City and South Whitley were called off due to rain, a special service was held at the American Legion in Columbia City to honor fallen veterans.
Above, crosses and flags decorate the lawn in front of the Legion.
COLUMBIA CITY Ââ€” After moving from its original location in Wolf Lake at Luckey Hospital to the Wolf Lake United Methodist Church, the Free Health Clinic is set to relocate again.
The clinic will be moving in June to an office at 524 Branch Ct., Columbia City, across from Ace Hardware. It will be open Thursday, June 27 with hours of operation from 1 to 7 p.m. on the second and fourth Thursday of each month.
PIERCETON â€” Whitko Community School Corporation recently recognized those students named as Student of the Month for May at the May school board meeting.
Each student received a certificate to commemorate their achievement.
Pierceton Elementary School â€” Seth Russell
Seth Russell is a second grader at Pierceton Elementary School and was nominated by Heather Fox.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” After 32 years of teaching preschool at Grace Lutheran Church, Columbia City, Linda Trowbridge retired May 16.
A special coffee hour was planned in her honor after church May 19.
Q: Have you always lived in Whitley County?
A: â€śWeâ€™ve lived here for 43 years. We raised our family here.â€ť
Q: How did you get started at the preschool?
A: â€śI helped at Thorncreek Nursery School when my daughters were in preschool. I then took classes at IPFW and started the program at Grace.â€ť
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Deciding to tackle the planning of a major event was nothing Gretchen Woods would have seen herself doing before now. However, an initiative launched by her employer started Woods on a journey to pay tribute to soldiers in the area.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” High school conference alignments could take another major turn later this week.
It was announced in April that the Northeast Hoosier Conference (NHC) would disband in 2015 and members would seek other affiliations.
Now, a meeting is set for this Wednesday which will include Columbia City and five other current NHC schools: Bellmont, DeKalb, East Noble, Norwell and New Haven. Those six schools will meet with four other schools to discuss a possible new conference.
According to a local newspaper, the four schools are Leo, Huntington North, Angola and Concordia.
SOUTH WHITLEY â€” A South Whitley woman was seriously injured in a single-vehicle crash early Sunday morning.
Police and firemen were called to the area of Ind. 5 and County Road 1000 South at 1 a.m. Sunday, after a van was found in a field.
Elyse Edsall, 26, of South Whitley, was ejected from her vehicle after she rolled it four times.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Both Columbia City's and South Whitley's Memorial Day Parades were cancelled today, due to weather.