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August 26th, 2014
COLUMBIA CTIY â While some may be shocked at the approximate $3.5 million pricetag on the proposed new aquatics facility in Columbia City, officials say the pool is meant to be more than a replacement for Burnworth Memorial Pool. âThis is not your normal city pool,â said Columbia City Park Director Mark Green. âThis is a destination that will draw people from well outside of Whitley County.â
COLUMBIA CITY â The Post & Mailâs popular weekly Pigskin Picks returns each Wednesday beginning tomorrow, Aug. 27, with a selection of nine games (NFL and NCAA) for readers to choose winners.
The first week traditionally offers exclusively NCAA games.
Whatâs in it for readers? Weekly cash prizes will be awarded âplus weekly fame in your local newspaper!
COLUMBIA CITY â With new testing making its way to Indiana this spring, Whitley County Consolidated Schoolsâ Superintendent Patricia OâConnor took the opportunity to review the districtâs history of the ISTEP+ test over the last six years.
COLUMBIA CITY â A strong thunderstorm roared through central Whitley County shortly before 6 p.m. Monday, with winds topping 50 mph, accompanied by torrential rain and lightning.
The temperature plummeted from 93 degrees to 73 in the span of less than 15 minutes as the storm hit.
In Columbia City, rain fell at the rate of nearly two inches per hour as sustained winds of 35-40 mph gusted to more than 50 mph.
There were no immediate reports of catastrophic damage, no tornadoes or personal injury. Watch for updates on this website and details in
Tuesday's Post & Mail.
A variety of cars were on display during Larwillâs Squawbuck Dayâs Saturday. The event began Friday and continued through Sunday. As part of the town festival, special meals were prepared by The Lions Club, Richland Township Fire Department and several churches.
CHURUBUSCO Ââ The town of Churubusco will again be collecting non-perishable food and toiletry items for the Churubusco United Methodist Church and St. John Bosco Catholic Church food pantries.
COLUMBIA CITY â Michelle Urban, leader of the Whitley County Consolidated Schoolsâ Safety Committee, is âexcitedâ to bring new projects to the table this school year.
LARWILL â Food, garage sales, a flea market and a car show were all featured at Larwillâs Squawbuck Days. However, it was history that plucked the heart strings for many who attended the three-day festival.
MON AUG 25 2014
...HOT AND HUMID CONDITIONS IN STORE FOR PORTIONS OF NORTHERN
INDIANA AND FAR SOUTHWESTERN LOWER MICHIGAN...
WHILE THE CHANCE DOES EXIST FOR SOME CLOUD COVER IN SPOTS TODAY...
AFTERNOON HIGH TEMPERATURES ARE STILL EXPECTED TO CLIMB INTO THE
UPPER 80S TO AROUND 90 ACROSS MUCH OF THE AREA. INCREASING
HUMIDITY LATER THIS MORNING INTO THIS AFTERNOON WILL ALLOW FOR
HEAT INDEX READINGS TO CLIMB INTO THE 95 TO 100 DEGREE RANGE.
THOSE WORKING OUTDOORS TODAY SHOULD TAKE FREQUENT BREAKS AND STAY
COLUMBIA CITY â A South Bend man was injured after rolling his vehicle on U.S. 30 Saturday night. Bradley Zalas, 34, was traveling east on U.S. 30 near Wolf Road when he ran off the roadway and into the median, according to Whitley County Sheriffâs Sergeant Cory Patrick.