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September 15th, 2014
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COLUMBIA CITY â Twin brothers Lucas (left) and James Eppelmann enjoy Saturday nightâs Movie on the Square at the Whitley County Courthouse. A crowd gathered to watch âUp,â an animated film, which was shown on the Courthouse lawn. The free event was sponsored by the Columbia City Main Street Association and included helium balloons and popcorn.
WHITLEY COUNTY â Two Republican Caucuses are planned for this week in order to fill a seat at the state level and a ballot vacancy for a county office.
WHITLEY COUNTY (Sept. 16, 2014) -- Whitley County officials have advised that drivers should avoid U.S. 30 and 800 East, at the Whitley & Allen County line, for the next few hours due to semi accident creating road congestion.
WHITLEY COUNTY â Three men were arrested Saturday night for criminal confinement and battery causing bodily injury after a domestic argument.
WHITLEY COUNTY (Sept. 15, 2014) -- It will be a bit warmer today, but cloudy. Clouds will move in this afternoon as a weather system from the northwest moves in. Showers are possible through early evening. Rainfall amounts will generally be light with anywhere from .10â³ to .25â³
Conditions will be dry for the rest of the work week with gradual warming trend with highs in the upper 60s to lower 70s.
Temperatures will warm up during the weekend with temperatures in the 70s through Friday and Saturday. A weather system moves in by late in the weekend bringing in some showers.
WHITLEY COUNTY â â Health officials say a severe respiratory illness that has sickened hundreds of children has reached Indiana, but not Whitley County â yet.
The Indiana State Department of Health said Friday that four Lake County children have been confirmed as having had enterovirus, a virus similar to the germ that causes the common cold.
TRI-LAKES â What were once over-grown channels and mucky canals have been dredged in a project spearheaded by Tri-Lakes area residents.
In 2013, the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) announced a project to dredge specific channels around Little Cedar, Big Cedar and Round lakes.
COLUMBIA CITY â âProminentâ community leaders spoke at a recent Columbia City Rotary Club meeting. The trio has stepped away from their usual careers in economic development, YMCA leadership, and the Community Foundation, to join forces in promoting a project that could make a lasting affect on the future.