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Felines fancy the 4-H fair

July 23, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — The Cat Club held its show and judging before the Whitley County 4-H Fair was in full swing.

Felines converged onto the fairgrounds June 29 and in the end, Dayra Fry and her cat Shadow were named Grand Champion.

COL. CITY VOLLEYBALL: Dynamic duo heading to Big Ten

July 23, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City volleyball’s Kalisha Goree and Gabrielle Hazen have played on the same side of the net for countless games as Lady Eagles, as well as in off-season leagues, for several years.

Starting in the fall of 2014, hat is going to change for Columbia City’s dynamic duo, as Hazen and Goree will be conference rivals — in the Big Ten.

Goree has committed to Ohio State University and Hazen will play at Northwestern University.

HOMETOWN HEROES: Kris Bair - Smith Twp. Fire Department

July 23, 2013

Editor’s note: The Post & Mail is featuring several public safety officials in a multi-part series.

COLUMBIA CITY — Kris Bair and his wife, Missy, have both been involved in rescuing people for more than 20 years — both in their jobs and together.

Kris has been with Smith Township’s Fire Department for 23 years. Missy has been a medic for 20 years and is also a registered nurse.

Kris vividly recalls the couple working together to save someone’s life.

MAYOR REACTS: City assesses Friday’s fire

July 23, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Though Columbia City Mayor Ryan Daniel said there were no major complaints or problems by citizens after Friday’s chemical fire at C&R Plating, he said the city is assessing possible improvements to the management of emergencies.

“We are trying to make sure next time something happens, God forbid, we are prepared to address the situation more efficiently and more effectively,” Daniel said.

Daniel said city officials from the fire, police and communications departments met to go over Friday’s events.

73-YEAR-OLD CHARGED: Woman arrested for threats with screwdriver

July 23, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — A 73-year-old woman was booked Saturday for threatening employees at Superior Auto with a screwdriver.

According to a Columbia City Police case report, Jeanne Wiedman, of Columbia City, was upset after her vehicle was repossessed, and went to the car store to dispute the action.

Wiedman allegedly pulled out a screwdriver and told an employee she was going to stab him, holding the tool a few inches from his stomach, and saying, “I’m going to hurt you if you don’t give me my stuff now.”

CRASH LANDING: Stolen vehicle pursuit ends at BMV

July 23, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — A stolen vehicle found its way into Whitley County’s License Branch Monday night after a four-mile police pursuit at 11 p.m.

Danny Rose, 20, of Columbia City, was arrested on charges of vehicle theft, reckless driving and resisting law enforcement after he drove into the Whitley County Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) on Countryside Drive in Columbia City.

Officials say Rose allegedly stole the vehicle from an ex-girlfriend, and was suicidal, prompting police to attempt to locate him.

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