Archive - May 2014 - News Article
The cast and crew of Aida, Columbia City High Schoolâ€™s spring musical, is set for its performances Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at CCHS.
Cast members include Brooke Alexander, Kiersten Thomas, Ashley Oâ€™Connor, Lindsey Dice, Jocelyn Sherbahn, Julia Kerr, Galeana Murphy, Erin McCullough, Brittnie Fry, Miranda Eber, Emily Lemke, Morgan Ellis, Kyle Scher, Brooks Walker, Jacob Mattes, Nic Alles, Brooks Walker, Nathan Baker, Holden Schaefer, Gunner Arnold, Athena Arnold, Hannah Schaefer and Matthew Swain.
â€śFighting hunger should be a community initiative,â€ť said Lois Cannon, one of the leaders of a feeding program for school children.
Boomerang Backpacks is a program that targets elementary school children who might not have quality food during the weekend.
Nutritious food is packed in backpacks and bags by volunteers, and then delivered to elementary schools in the area on Fridays. The children then have food and healthy snacks to eat during the weekend.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” A new hard-bound coffee table keepsake book has been published by The Post & Mail and is now available for purchase.
â€śThe Seventies: A Decade of Front Pages in The Post & Mailâ€ť contains 165 front pages from Whitley Countyâ€™s daily newspaper.
At $24 plus tax, the book is a perfect gift idea for Mothers Day, Fathers Day, birthdays â€“ or as a gift for yourself.
The large 13.5â€ť x 11.5â€ť format of the book, plus a 5â€ťx 7â€ť magnifier, make for an enjoyable reading experience as readers examine the years 1970-1979 page by page.
A Columbia City police officer suffered minor injuries Wednesday morning after he was bit by the CCPDâ€™s K-9, Stryker.
According to a press release by the Columbia City Police, the officer was involved in a traffic stop when the K-9 handler came to assist him.
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Editorâ€™s Note: The following is the first of a two-part preview of Whitley Countyâ€™s primary elections. See Fridayâ€™s Edition for previews of the sheriff and prosecutorâ€™s races.
WHITLEY COUNTY â€” Voters will head to the polls Tuesday to cast their ballots in the primary election races.
For Whitley County residents, three seats are particularly of interest â€” the race for House Representative, Whitley County Prosecutor and Whitley County Sheriff.
Candidates have been present at numerous community events and forums to share their viewpoints on several issues.
For almost a decade, The Center for Whitley County Youth has had a consistent goal: To promote youth development through service, outreach, and collaboration.
Located at 201 W. Market St. in downtown Columbia City, The Center is a hub of teen activity and student interaction.
Brad Boyles, 32, joined The Center staff last year and leads and coordinates The Centerâ€™s after-school programs, After-School Central, SERVE, and SERVE+. In addition to his work at The Center, he is the associate pastor of The Warehouse Church.