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Town garage sale to couple with ball game

September 19, 2013

CHURUBUSCO — Clerk-Treasurer Madalyn Sade-Bartl reported to Churubusco Town Council members that 36 residents have signed up for the town-wide garage sale, slated for Sept. 27 and 28.

This is the second year for the sale, and Sade-Bartl said the turnout so far is “outstanding.”

“We always have a lot of people sign up at the last minute,” she said. “That number is going to grow considerably.”

Last year, more than 70 garage sales occurred throughout Churubusco. The event brings countless shoppers to the town, supporting Churubusco merchants.

SIGNS OF PROGRESS: ’Busco business moves to town

September 19, 2013

CHURUBUSCO — Members of Churubusco’s Town Council have been anxiously waiting to make an official announcement about a new business relocating to the town.

In June, town leaders discussed an incentive to ensure that Inwelligent Healthcare Inc. would move it’s medical operations from Boston to Churubusco, bringing with it the opportunity for new jobs.

However, after months of waiting, a state incentive is still in the process of being awarded to the company.

EMPTY BUILDING: Council cancels cash option for acquisition

September 19, 2013

SOUTH WHITLEY — When a business considered moving into South Whitley, town leaders worked with the Whitley County Economic Development Corporation to come up with a solution to acquire the former Dwyer building on First Street.

A zero-interest loan was applied for that would allow the town to lease the facility to the incoming business.

However, when the business backed out, the town was faced with a decision — to go forward with the loan process to purchase the building or not.

TEXTING AND DRIVING: Mayor, Youth Council make proclamation

September 19, 2013

Columbia City High School’s Youth Council joined Columbia City Mayor Ryan Daniel (front) in a proclamation against texting and driving in the Council Chambers Monday morning.

The council, pictured from left: Hannah Cotter, Kiersten Thomas, Stacy Quinn, Eryn Schinbeckler, Gabby Anglin, Brett Roberts, Emily Temple, Chase Emmert and Morghan Wilcoxson. Not pictured: Hunter LaRue.

TESTING PROBLEMS: Local, state ISTEP+ scores released

September 19, 2013

WHITLEY COUNTY — Despite testing difficulties and internet connection issues, ISTEP+ results have been released for local schools.

The testing, which occurred earlier this year, was fraught with problems for students who took it online.

Test-takers had difficulty connecting to the server, and at other times, students would be kicked off of the testing website at random.

 

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