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May 22nd, 2015
SOUTH BEND â€” A series of public meetings to discuss elements that will be included in the Indiana Lincoln Highway Byway Corridor Management Plan is being hosted by the Indiana Lincoln Highway Association.
The meetings are open to the public and all are invited to attend one or more of the meetings.
The format of the meetings will include a presentation reviewing the history of the byway designation and an update of the current status.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Columbia City High Schoolâ€™s livestock judging program continued its winning tradition last weekend at Indianaâ€™s state livestock judging competition.
The group accomplished a rare feat; winning both the FFA and 4-H divisions, giving Columbia City its fourth and fifth state titles in the last four years.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Whitley County Consolidated Schools honored 13 retiring staff members with a special reception and recognition at Mondayâ€™s Board of Trustees meeting.
The 13 retirees represent 297 years of service to the school district.
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Whitley County's Class of 2027 will be featured in Friday's edition of The Post & Mail.
Pick up a copy to see this year's Kindergarten graduates and the future of Whitley County.
WASHINGTON, D.C. â€” A team of ten troopers representing the Indiana State Police Post in Fort Wayne recently competed in the 15th Annual National Police Challenge 50K Relay at the U.S. Secret Service Training Center in Laurel, Maryland.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Eagle Tech Academy brought back Taste of the Town (TOT) on Saturday, this time with some extra spice.
Last year, there were many crafters who came out to show off their work. This year TOT worked hard to bring in more local businesses than last year.
Passages Profiles â€™15 is a 10-week series of features published each Thursday about the programs of Passages, the local organization that has been serving those with intellectual disabilities since 1954.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Donna Dakeâ€™s title is â€śdirector of supported livingâ€ť for Passages, Inc., but this Wednesday she reaches over and turns up the volume on the compact disc player, blaring out country music and begins to encourage nine Passagesâ€™ clients to get up and dance.
Dakeâ€™s wellness class is just one of several classes offered at Passagesâ€™ Creative Learning Center.
Letterman has a star-studded finale
ALLEN COUNTY â€” Indiana State Police and the Allen County Sheriff's Department are on the scene of a partially overturned semi blocking the exit from east-bound U.S. 30 and north-bound I-69.
The ramp as well as the far right lane of I-69 is closed at this time as crews work to turn the semi upright.