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December 24th

COMFORTABLE CHRISTMAS: Flow-Tech personnel says Merry Christmas

December 24, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY – Flow-Tech Plumbing & Heating, 208 E. Chicago St., has as its motto: "Your Comfort is our Goal!"

A comfortable and Merry Christmas is the wish to all this season by Flow-Tech personnel. And a very Happy New Year!

"We thank you for your valued business, and wish you and your loved ones a bounty of glad tidings this holiday season," Flow-Tech personnel said.

Locally owned and operated for more than 20 years, Flow-Tech offers the best in residential, commercial and new construction in the areas of heating, air conditioning and plumbing.

FELIZ NAVIDAD: Los Tequilas Mexican Restaurant open Christmas Eve

December 24, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY – Los Tequilas Mexican Restaurant, 539 N. Line St., in Columbia Plaza, wishes everyone a Merry Christmas and wants all to know they'll be open Christmas Eve "until the last customer is served!"

"Take a break from cooking and let our family treat your family this Holiday Season," restaurant personnel said.

For dine in or carry out, there are specials available – and a coupon in The Post & Mail!
Call 260 244-0083.
Mastercard and Visa accepted.

December 23rd

•VIDEO• CONCUSSED CLAUSEN: Bears' one-game QB out; Cutler back in

December 24, 2014

VIDEO: Bears Say Clausen Will Miss Finale because of Concussion
Chicago Bears quarterback Jimmy Clausen will miss the final game of the season because of a concussion, and Jay Cutler will move back into the lineup. The Bears say Clausen was injured on a helmet-to-helmet hit by Detroit's Ezekiel Ansah while scrambling late in Sunday's loss to the Lions. Ansah received an unnecessary roughness penalty.

FREE CANDY: 125-year tradition carried on by CCFD

December 23, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — A more than century-long tradition is continuing in Columbia City tonight.

Columbia City’s fire department is hosting its annual treat handout at the Whitley County Courthouse from 6 to 8 p.m.

For more than 125 years, the CCFD has been passing out candy and an orange to children on Christmas Eve.

“We don’t even know what year this was started,” said Columbia City Fire Chief Tom LaRue. “We know it has been around for at least 125 years.”

When the event began, sugary treats were hard to come by, so a one-pound bag of candy was a special treat, as were oranges.

SMILIN': Good old St. Nick

December 23, 2014

Old St. Nick sits with 4-year old Jace Mills in his cozy cottage Sunday. He has been meeting with throngs of children at his Courthouse Square Santa’s Cottage in downtown Columbia City. His final appearance at his Cottage will be Wednesday, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Santa will re--appear from 6 to 8 p.m. Christmas Eve inside the Whitley County Courthouse, greeting tykes and handing out bags of candy and oranges. Sponsored by the Columbia City Fire Department, it’s a Christmas Eve tradition dating back more than 100 years.

PATROLLING FOR PRESENTS: Columbia City Police Department sponsors

December 23, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — The 2nd annual “Patrolling for Presents” took place Monday evening at Wal-Mart in Columbia City.
Sponsored by the Columbia City Police Department, the event pairs children in need and local law enforcement officials together to give the opportunity for a unique Christmas shopping celebration.

BURNING BRIGHT: Winning lights all aglow

December 23, 2014

Judging for Columbia City Municipal Electric’s annual Christmas Lighting Decorating Contest has concluded with the following awards: The Overall Winner is the Paul & Joyce Coulter home at 1595 E. Sparrow Cove, Eagle Glen subdivision. The gorgeous, award-winning lighting is pictured. Other top homes highlighted by contest judges were: Northwest Quadrant, Chad & Laurie Richter, 323 N. Main St,; Northeast Quadrant, Steve & Rosemary Brown, 325 E. Shorewood Ct., Columbia Shores subdivision; Southeast Quadrant, Duane & Tamie Miller, 600 E.

December 22nd

OAK GROVE CHURCH OF GOD: Join us for Christmas Eve celebration!

December 22, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY – Oak Grove Church of God, located just south of Columbia City at 2426 S. Raber Road, invites everyone to join the congregation for a Christmas Eve celebration.

Service times will be 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. on Wednesday evening, Christmas Eve.

"You will be greeted warmly and made to feel right at home," notes the Oak Grove congregation.

Oak Grove Church of God's phone number is 260 244-3052.
Its website is: www.oakgrovecog.com

LAST MINUTE IDEAS: Murphy Jewelers has the selection; gift certificates too!

December 22, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY – Murphy Jewelers, located at 103 S. Main St., in downtown Columbia City, is the store for last-minute gift ideas.

"Merry Christmas! We'll wrap up your purchase AND your shopping right here at Murphy Jewelers," notes the staff.

Included at the jewelery store are diamonds, gemstones, pendants, earrings Black Hills Gold, Charm bracelets, music and jewelery boxes, Citizen and BelAir Watches, gold neckchains and bracelets ---- plus gift certificates.

"Whitley County's Jeweler since 1950" will be open Tuesday until 7 p.m. and Christmas Eve until 3 p.m.

SAFE MOTORING: Buchanan Automotive encouraging safe travel

December 22, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY – The staff at Buchanan Automotive and Body Shop, 2525 E. Business 30, just east of Columbia City, advises motorists to be especially safe this holiday season.

"We wish you safe travels .... and Merry Christmas!"

The business web site is: buchananautomotive@embarqmail.com
Buchanan Automotive's phone number is 260 244-6105.

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