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May 7, 2014

Gilliom to lead Society to make move

May 7, 2014

A new leader has been named to work on preserving Whitley County's history.

Russ Gilliom, of Churubusco, is the new Whitley County Historical Society president. Gilliom attend Monday's Commissioners meeting where he shared some of the society's projects.

“We want to be good stewards of the museum building,” said Gilliom. “I wanted to get your approval to have the building evaluated by an inspector.”

Farm Credit salutes beef farmers, sponsors recipe contest

May 7, 2014

May is National Beef Month, a 40 year old celebration in honor of cattle producers and food marketers who produce and bring to the marketplace high quality and nutritious beef.

Farm Credit Mid-America is an agricultural lending cooperative serving farmers, rural residents and agribusinesses throughout Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee.

“The beef cattle industry is important to our organization, ranking among the largest agriculture commodities in our portfolio,” said Sandy Hacker, with Farm Credit of Columbia City.

Children celebrate Arbor Day at Mary Raber

May 7, 2014

Arbor Day was celebrated April 25 at Mary Raber Elementary School.
Mayor Ryan Daniel read a proclamation declaring April 25 to be Arbor Day in Columbia City.

It was explained by Daniel that some trees growing in Columbia City are considered “city” trees because the health of those trees are maintained by the Columbia City tree board.

Daniel also explained that removing damaged and diseased trees is important because of the danger posed to city residents. The tree board replaces those trees with new ones.

Farmer’s Market opens Saturday

May 7, 2014

Vendors and merchants will gather Saturday at the Whitley County Courthouse Square for the opening day of the county’s Farmer’s Market.

The seasonal market will feature a variety of baked goods and crafts, as well as vegetables, plants and fruits each Saturday from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

THE RESULTS ARE IN: Gatton, Rentschler, Judy win local contested primaries

May 7, 2014

Tuesday’s primary election turn out may have been low, but nonetheless, votes were tallied and party candidates were selected.

Gatton, who currently serves as the Whitley County Sheriff’s Department’s chief deputy, won the Republican sheriff’s race with 69 percent of the votes.

“This has been a great experience — not only within the department, with with the whole community,” Gatton said. “A lot of people have helped me.
“Not only have I grown as a department employee, but as a Whitley County leader as well.”

Little Turtle names Spirit Award winners

May 7, 2014

Little Turtle Elementary School, Columbia City, recently named its April Spirit Award winners. Students recognized include Tyler Braun, Delaney Caldwell, Erin Johnston, Carson Goshorn, Brayden Church, Jasmyn Casteneda, Elijah Braun, Mylie Ward, Cobe Crawford,

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