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April 30th, 2014
Unites States Army Vet Charles Shively, 87, a Whitley County native, will be flying high today on a one-day Honor Flight to Washington D.C.
Since 2009, Honor Flight, a nonprofit organization, has offered free airplane flights to World War II veterans to see the National World War II monuments in D.C. Shively left early this morning and will return tonight.
Sentencing proceedings for Dustin A. Nimtz, 19, left Whitley County Circuit Court Judge James Heuer â€śfrustratedâ€ť Tuesday.
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Readers' Choice Awards for 2014 will be announced in a special 24-page tabloid section inserted in Wednesday's Post & Mail newspaper.
Dozens of categories are covered in the awards publication, tabulated from newspaper reader polling in March of this year.
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Columbia City High School will present â€śAidaâ€ť Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the high school.
The showâ€™s plot takes place on the banks of the Nile, and unfolds the triumphant tale of love that transcends warring nations and brings a country together.
This pop-rock musical plays out to a stirring Tony and Grammy Award-winning pop score by Elton John and Tim Rice.
While honors earned in high school are the culmination of four years of hard work, they can also be seen as a training ground for what is to come.
Churubusco Junior-Senior High School recently announced its valedictorian and salutatorian.
The valedictorian is Maggie Kitt, daughter of Robin and Mike McCormick and John and Melody Kitt.
The salutatorian is Danielle Pippenger, daughter of Dawn Bornkamp and Jason and Suzie Pippenger.
Both students agreed their hard work has prepared them for the future.
Various clubs and organizations within the Whitley 4-H program have announced area events and important dates pertaining to county activities.
The add/drop deadline for 4-H projects is June 2. If changes need to be made, request an add/drop form from your 4-H leader or the Extension Office. 4-Hers may also print one off the website at www.extension.purdue.edu/whitley. Before dropping a project, consider the following:
â€˘Could the project be completed in a few weeks, once there is more time?
â€˘Could the record sheet/book be completed and just not exhibit at the Fair?
South Whitleyâ€™s town-wide garage sale was held Friday and Saturday.
Residents throughout the town chose to participate in the sale, while other organizations and nonprofit groups conducted sales to raise money for their causes.
The event was planned in partnership with the Whitley County Chamber of Commerce. Pictured are a few sales on Broad Street in South Whitley.
Its prom season and The Post & Mail wants your photos from the big night. Submit your prom photos to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include what prom you are going to and the first and last names of those photographed from left to right. Also be sure to include a phone number for contact should we have any questions.
COLUMBIA CITY (April 29, 2014) -- Columbia City officials have announced the dates for the city's Clean Up Days.
The city is divided by Main Street (State Road 9).
June 7: west Side of Main Street
June 14: east side of Main Street
For more information and restrictions, visit http://www.columbiacity.net
COLUMBIA CITY (April 29, 2014) -- The Columbia City Parks Department has announced that all boys baseball and girls softball league schedules are posted on their website. Schedules are subject to change at anytime.
Visit www.columbiacityparks.us for more information