Archive - Jun 15, 2013 - News Article
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Missionary Fred Beam will speak during the Sunday morning worship service at Blue River Church of the Brethren, 3040 E. 700 North, Columbia City Sunday.
His sermon topic will be "A Lot about a Liddellâ€¦and a Little about Lot." It will be a Fatherâ€™s day message oriented towards missions. Fred and his wife Janet will also share the childrenâ€™s story for the morning.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Friday afternoon at the new bridge on the Blue River Trail in Columbia City.
The new trail links the north side of U.S. 30 to the rest of the park.
Pictured above, Columbia City Mayor Ryan Daniel (left) holds the ribbon while Rex Schrader (center) and Bob Smith cut it.
Schrader, Smith and John Whiteleather donated the land from Schrader Real Estate Equities Inc. for the trail.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” A section of the Blue River Trail was washed away during recent rainfall.
Park Director Mark Green said repairs will be done this year, but until then he urges residents to use caution. â€śItâ€™s dangerous,â€ť he said.
The portion of the trail is between the YMCA and Whitley Street. It is located just past the lookout point over the river traveling toward Whitley Street from Morsches Park. â€śItâ€™s fallen in at least a foot,â€ť Green said.
While Green said the trail would get fixed soon, he is currently waiting on estimates for the project.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Fatherâ€™s Day is tomorrow, and in the midst of neck ties, homemade cards and Sunday dinners, dads will be applauded for the role they play as a parent.
Although fathers come in all shapes and sizes and hold various jobs and responsibilities, few can say they also shoulder state government.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” In a down economy, many individuals, surprised at finding themselves jobless, have great difficulty securing a new place of employment.
For those who have a criminal conviction, it is even more difficult.
It was with this in mind that Indiana House Enrolled Act 1482, effective July 1 of this year, was signed into law. Under this code, individuals may now have criminal convictions removed from their record.
This provision is possible for all misdemeanor convictions and most felonies, with violent and sexual offenses excluded.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Tassels were turned, caps were thrown, and Columbia City High School recognized its newest graduating class Friday night in the gymnasium.
â€śToday is a profound passage in your life,â€ť said Dr. Pat Oâ€™Connor, superintendent of Whitley County Consolidated Schools. â€śEach of you will now be on a unique journey. High school graduation marks an ending and a new beginning.â€ť