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June 8th, 2015

SEND OFF: ’Busco Class of 2015

June 8, 2015

CHURUBUSCO — Seniors of Churubusco High School reflected upon their last four years at Sunday’s graduation ceremony.

Loved ones watched as ’Busco said goodbye to the Class of 2015 in the high school’s crowded gymnasium.

June 7th

READY FOR TURTLE DAYS? Special publication inserted Monday detailing fun and events

June 7, 2015

CHURUBUSCO – A special section will be inserted in Monday's edition of The Post & Mail highlighting the first big festival of the summer: Churubusco's famed Turtle Days!

Be sure to pick up Monday's Post & Mail to be "in the know" about all the activities. Your local newspaper is available for just 50 cents at news racks and convenience stores throughout the county. Better yet, subscribe for less that 37 cents per day home-delivered or less than a quarter for the complete newspaper to be available electronically via pdf pages. Call 244-5153 for details.

SECTIONAL CHAMPS: Eagles earn back-to-back titles

June 7, 2015

WARSAW — Columbia City High School’s golf team overcame a slow start on the front nine to claim the IHSAA sectional title at Warsaw’s Rozella Ford Golf Club on Friday.

The Eagles were three shots down to Plymouth at the turn, 149-152. A blazing back-nine comeback by Spencer Klimek helped the Eagles to a 303-305 win over Plymouth. Warsaw took third with a 315.

TEACHING ETHICS: Long Thompson takes position at Indiana University

June 7, 2015

Whitley County native and former U.S. Representative, Jill Long Thompson will be teaching Ethics for the Kelley School of Business and the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University-Bloomington in the 2015-16 academic year.

As a member of Congress, Long Thompson introduced legislation to limit the acceptance of gifts by members and staff. In her recent position at the Farm Credit Administration, where she served as Board Chair and CEO, she led the agency to strengthen its own internal ethics policy.

June 6th

FAIR CONCERT: Atkins to replace Lynch on July 21

June 6, 2015

COLUMBIA CITY — A Friday morning announcement revealed a major change to the July 21 concert at the Whitley County 4-H Fair.

Due to scheduling conflicts, Rodney Atkins will replace Dustin Lynch as the headlining act.

According to Kathy Price, events manager at Adams Radio Group, Lynch is part of a tour featuring country star Luke Bryan. Additions to the tour schedule prevent Lynch from performing in Columbia City in late July.

GOODBYE SENIORS: CCHS celebrates Class of 2015

June 6, 2015

COLUMBIA CITY — Another 220 people were added to the list of Columbia City High School Alumni.

Students entered the Donald S. Weeks Gymnasium as the senior class and exited as Columbia City High School’s Class of 2015.

“After 13 years of formal education, it’s time to say goodbye,” said Patricia O’Connor, Whitley County Consolidated Schools superintendent. “Soon, you will be on your own, like never before.”

June 5th

BREAKING: Rodney Atkins to replace Dustin Lynch at 4-H fair

June 5, 2015

COLUMBIA CITY – Rodney Atkins will take the place of Dustin Lynch for the July 21 concert at the Whitley County 4-H Fairgrounds. Due to a scheduling conflict, Lynch withdrew from the event earlier this week.

Atkins will now headline the concert with opening acts Breaking Tradition and Natalie Stovall and the Drive. According to Kathy Price, events manager with Adams Radio Group, previously purchase tickets are still usable for the show at the Grandstand during the fair.

Library kicks off summer crafts

June 5, 2015

Peabody Public Library kicked off its summer craft time Wednesday as part of its summer reading program. There will be craft time from 2 to 6 p.m. every Wednesday this summer in the Children’s Department. Pictured are Samantha (left) and Isaac Bloomfield.

SCHEDULE RELEASED: Coesse sewer project

June 5, 2015

COLUMBIA CITY — The Whitley County Commissioners received a schedule for construction and completion of the Coesse sanitary sewer project, in their June 1 meeting.

GAI Consultants, Inc. presented the Commissioners with the following schedule:
• June 1: Board of Commissioners approve and sign Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) permit application.

SOLID LEAD: Col. City police follow lead in hoax hostage case

June 5, 2015

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City Police Chief Tim Longenbaugh said his department is following a “solid lead” in the investigation of a phony phone call on Memorial Day.

May 25, police from all across Northern Indiana scrambled to respond to an alleged hostage case at Main Bowl in Columbia City.

“We are working with other agencies on a strong lead,” said Longenbaugh. “I’m hoping that we will have some more answers soon.”


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