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August 15th, 2014
COLUMBIA CITY ‚ÄĒ Enhancing the literacy of individuals in Whitley County has been the focus of the county‚Äôs Literacy Council since 1987.
However, after almost being nonexistent within the past year, the nonprofit has reorganized and is rebuilding its services.
WHITLEY COUNTY ‚ÄĒ The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) Fort Wayne District is working on a paving project in Churubusco today. Motorists can expect delays when traveling US. 33 and Ind. 205 today and Friday as crews work in town limits.
CHURUBUSCO ‚ÄĒ Smith-Green Community Schools (SGCS) has adopted a new motto for the 2014-15 school year. ‚ÄúAdding Value to Others‚ÄĚ will be the focus for teachers, students and administrators for the year.
CHURUBUSCO ‚ÄĒ Smith-Green Community Schools is taking advantage of a new ruling by the Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA). Homeschooled students who are enrolled in one or more classes at an Indiana public school are allowed to participate in IHSAA sanctioned sports.
COLUMBIA CITY ‚ÄĒ Schools are back in session throughout Whitley County, and the back-to-school season has parents concerned with the increasing expenses for education. Michelle Heckaman-Lesley is the mother of three and commented on The Post & Mails‚Äô Facebook page as to her overall expenses for school supplies and book fees.
COLUMBIA CITY ‚ÄĒ Shooting drills, defensive tactics training and settling disputes didn‚Äôt prepare two Columbia City Police third-shift partners for their unique public service last week. CCPD Officers Jeffrey Chapman and Jon Stoffel performed a rescue of a different kind ‚ÄĒ evacuating two sleeping families from a burning duplex at 2:45 a.m.
WHITLEY COUNTY ‚ÄĒ An extremely contagious, yet common, virus has been making its way through Northeast Indiana and Whitley County this summer.
Many local residents have reported children with hand, foot and mouth disease, a typically non-life-threatening virus that spreads quickly.
COLUMBIA CITY ‚ÄĒ Carolyn Manning‚Äôs front lawn is home to unique sunflowers, which now bloom. The seeds for the plant came from Manning‚Äôs best friend and neighbor Natalie Harker. Located in Eagle Glen, the two sunflowers have been standing tall representing a beacon of hope and happiness, much like the two friends.
COLUMBIA CITY ‚ÄĒ Columbia City is home to a new eatery offering a taste of southern-style pit barbecue Bruno‚Äôs BBQ. Tucked behind the Marathon full-service station located at 501 N. Line St., Bruno‚Äôs BBQ has the look and feel of a southern roadside barbecue restaurant.
COLUMBIA CITY ‚ÄĒ Passages, Inc.‚Äôs Creative Learning Center will transform into an art gallery Thursday for Old & New, an art exhibition and sale.
The event will feature artwork created by Passages clients, and will be held Thursday from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Creative Learning Center, located at 333 N. Oak St. in Columbia City.