Archive - Feb 2014 - News Article
Members of New Era show choir, from Churubusco High School, celebrate after the group was declared Grand Champion of the Small Mixed Division at Homestead High School Saturday, while also winning caption awards for Best Band, Best Choreography and Best Vocals. New Era also won Overall Grand Champion while winning Best Vocals and Best Choreography.
COLUMBIA CITY ‚ÄĒ A man who admitted to breaking into his family‚Äôs home to steal property was given an eight-year sentence to the Whitley County Jail.
Tyler Green, 30, pleaded guilty to burglary in January.
His sentence of eight years will be fully served at the Whitley County Jail.
Green received the maximum sentence for the amended charge, which was burglary as a Class C felony.
A stipulation of the plea agreement was that the state agreed to not veto any sentence modification after Green served one-fourth of the time.
COLUMBIA CITY ‚ÄĒ Christopher Judy has officially announced his intent to seek election to the Indiana House of Representatives for the 83rd District.
A conservative Republican, Judy ‚Äústands with those who believe that the people of Indiana, not a solitary judge, should be allowed to define traditional marriage.‚ÄĚ
Judy said he wants parents and local educators, not ‚ÄúDC bureaucrats,‚ÄĚ to set education standards for Indiana.
As a lifetime member of the NRA, he strongly advocates protecting Hoosiers‚Äô Second Amendment rights from unconstitutional executive orders.
COLUMBIA CITY ‚ÄĒ After a sexual harassment complaint was filed with the state against him as the manager of a local tavern, Frank James calls the accusations ‚Äútotally false.‚ÄĚ
A former female bartender at Tri Lakes Tavern filed a sexual harassment complaint against the employer.
The Indiana Civil Rights Commission‚Äôs (ICRC) Deputy Director Akia Haynes announced Monday there is probable cause to believe the former bartender at Tri Lakes Tavern, Columbia City, was subjected to sexual harassment throughout the course of her employment.
Churubusco High School‚Äôs show choir, New Era, had a long but rewarding weekend. Friday night New Era was awarded First Runner Up at Franklin Central High School in Indianapolis. The group followed that up with ‚Äúone of the greatest days in their history‚ÄĚ Saturday at the Homestead Classic Showcase in Fort Wayne. During the day performance, New Era was named Grand Champion of the Small Mixed Division while also winning caption awards for Best Band, Best Choreography and Best Vocals.
COLUMBIA CITY ‚ÄĒ ‚ÄúI have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.‚ÄĚ ‚ÄĒ 2 Timothy 4:7-9.
‚ÄúWhat a perfect verse for someone who not only loved running, but loved coaching others to be better runners,‚ÄĚ said Pastor Dennis Beckner, of the Columbia City Church of the Brethren. ‚ÄúOur race is not done, but perhaps we can make it a better race because of how Tim has impacted our lives.‚ÄĚ
Parents, staff and community members are encouraged to attend a meeting at Pierceton Elementary School tonight at 6:30 p.m. to hear plans for the construction of a new elementary building.
Design and flow plans will be shown.
The impact on students will be discussed as changes and moving of classrooms are made next school year.
The meeting will be held in the PES cafeteria, door 36 on the Circle Drive entrance.
The regular school board meeting will be held at the same time.
South Whitley Town Council will meet Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.
Hannah Schaefer, Whitley County's Distinguished Young Woman for 2014, shows Tonia and Mike (right) Weigold some of her information from DYW state program in Kokomo.
Schaefer, a senior at Columbia City High School, represented Whitley County in Kokomo recently at the state Distinguished Young Woman program. Placing in the top ten, Schaefer had ‚Äúgreat poise and grace on stage,‚ÄĚ according to Pam Thompson, the county‚Äôs co-coordinator.
Hannah Schaefer, a senior at Columbia City High School, represented Whitley County in Kokomo recently at the state Distinguished Young Woman program. Placing in the top ten, Schaefer had ‚Äúgreat poise and grace on stage,‚ÄĚ according to Pam Thompson, the county‚Äôs co-coordinator.
COLUMBIA CITY (Feb. 24, 2014) -- The Indiana Civil Rights Commission's Deputy Director, Akia Haynes, announced today that there is probable cause to believe that a former female bartender at Tri Lakes Tavern, Columbia City, was subjected to sexual harassment throughout the course of her employment.
See more coverage on this story in Tuesday's The Post & Mail.