Archive - Mar 8, 2014 - News Article
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Whitley Countyâ€™s Sheriffâ€™s Department is warning residents of another phone scam that has been reported locally.
WCSD Chief Deputy Marc Gatton said a concerned citizen reported the scam, which was like many others in that the caller requested money.
However, this time, the caller already knew much of the victimâ€™s personal information.
Sheriffâ€™s deputies and WCSD Detective Jason Spencer obtained the suspectâ€™s phone number, (917)775-8486, which is based out of New York, and began to investigate.
The Post & Mail presented its Columbia City Basketball Legacy poster to Columbia City High School Friday morning in the Donald S. Weeks Gymnasium. The poster is available at The Post & Mailâ€™s office during regular business hours. Pictured above, from left: CCHS Principal Jennifer Reiff, The Post & Mail Co-Editor and poster designer Nicole Ott, CCHS Boys Basketball Head Coach Chris Benedict, CCHS Athletic Director Geoff Penrod.
Taylor Creech, of Churubusco, works at Papaâ€™s Place and attends Ivy Tech Community College.
When Creech isnâ€™t working or doing school work, she spends her free time â€śhanging out with friends.â€ť
Creechâ€™s favorite part about attending Churubusco High School was all the friends she made over the years.
â€śI loved being able to walk down the hallways and see one of my friends,â€ť Creech said.
Her favorite part about living in a small town is how the community comes together in hard times, â€śbecause everyone seems to know everyone.â€ť
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Students at Little Turtle Elementary School are â€śtickled pinkâ€ť to have their families and friends come to Charging Against Cancer Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m. at LTES. Pink ice cream was served by Dairy Queen Friday in support of the carnival. Pictured, from left, are Addi Jordan, Reid Jordan, Sydney Jordan, John Mark Jordan, Owen Marshall, Bekah Marshall, Anna Schrader, Evan Fudge, Clayton Scott and Kendall Scott. Pink ice cream for a cure