Archive - Sep 30, 2013 - News Article
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Local law enforcement and school administrators are joining forces to provide a safer environment for Whitley County's students.
Whitley County Probation, Columbia City Police, Indiana State Police, The Bowen Center, Whitley County Department of Child Services, Churubusco Police and the Whitley County Sheriff's Department were all represented at a school safety meeting Friday, which included officials from all three of Whitley County's school districts.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Columbia City's Common Council is ready to take the next steps in placing a blanket Economic Revitalization Area within the city limits, just as the Whitley County Council has done in the county.
Several council members at last week's meeting agreed the designation "makes sense."
Currently, there are several small ERAs throughout the city, and every time a company wants to apply for a tax abatement, a process of public hearings and council appearances have to take place before the company can even apply for the abatement.
SOUTH WHITLEY â€” Itâ€™s not double trouble, but twice blessed for Whitko High Schoolâ€™s football team.
Caleb and Logan Busz, 14-year-old identical twins, have spent the last eight seasons on the sideline for the Wildcatsâ€™ football team.
After several seasons as water boys, the Busz brothers are now on their third year as the squadâ€™s ball boys.
The boys began helping the team because their father, Joey Busz, is an assistant coach for the Wildcats.
With two older brothers, both boys agreed thereâ€™s a lot of football in the Busz household.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” A Columbia City High School football player who suffered a severe injury in the first game of the season has finally returned home, reports say.
Sam Dailey, senior captain running back for Columbia City, received a brain injury in the Eaglesâ€™ season opener at Warsaw Aug. 23, and was in serious condition after a blood clot formed on his brain. He underwent several surgeries to reduce the swelling.
After being hospitalized for about 10 days, Dailey was moved to a rehabilitation center.