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School begins this week

August 12, 2013

WHITLEY COUNTY — Students from all over Whitley County will be back in the classroom this week, as summer break comes to a close for children across the state.

Whitley County Consolidated Schools start Tuesday, Whitko Community School’s first day is Wednesday and Smith-Green Community Schools begin Friday.

Schools chief dismayed over her 3 jobs

August 12, 2013

ANDERSON (AP) — Glenda Ritz says she’s dismayed by the tasks she faces succeeding Tony Bennett as Indiana’s superintendent of public instruction.

Ritz told about 200 supporters that not only must she overhaul some of the changes Bennett made during four years in office and implement her own program, but now she must also deal with the investigation into Bennett’s manipulation of school grades.

TURTLE TOWN UPTURN: ’Busco on economic upswing

August 12, 2013

CHURUBUSCO — An economic shot in the arm has boosted Churubusco’s small town status and created an economic swing in the town’s favor.

Whitley County has been touted for its ability to make a strong comeback from the economic slump seen across the state in recent years, according to Indiana Economic Development reports.

Churubusco is another extension of the county’s growth.

Recently, Town Council President Frank Kessler shared his perspective on the town’s success with The Post & Mail.

Powerful Pow Wow

August 12, 2013

Morsches Park, in Columbia City, played host to the 18th Annual Mihsihkinaahkwa Pow Wow over the weekend.

Gates opened Friday at 5 p.m., and events carried through Sunday evening. Food vendors served fry breat, buffalo burgers and buffalo tacos.

Pictured, people who attended the Pow Wow enjoyed the Grand Entry Dance Saturday evening.

NEW TOWERS: County to install new radio system

August 12, 2013

WHITLEY COUNTY — As part of a large grant, Whitley County’s fire departments are in the process of installing a new radio system.

In an effort to improve communications with dispatchers and between townships, six repeaters are being installed throughout the county in “dead spots” — where radio transmissions are frequently broken.

Repeaters take a weak signal and retransmit it at a higher capacity — helping communications reach a longer distance but maintain clarity.

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FORT WAYNE — The Columbia City Lady Eagle basketball squad traveled to Concordia Lutheran High...

 

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