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April 29th, 2014
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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
COLUMBIA CITY (April 29, 2014) -- The Columbia City Main Street Association is teaming up with tournament sponsor Big Gâ€™s to bring back the Big Gâ€™s 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament.
The event will take place Saturday, June 21 on the Whitley County Courthouse Square from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Following the tournament there will be live entertainment featuring The Lemon Brothers Band from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
The deadline for registration is June 13. Visit www.whitleyedc.com for more information and to register.
Officials have announced that Parkview Whitley Hospital will be the sponsor for the Whitley County Farmerâ€™s Market.
The seasonal market will open Saturday, May 10 at 8 a.m. and will be at the Whitley County Courthouse Square until 12:30 p.m. The Whitley County Farmerâ€™s Market sets up shop each Saturday through fall.
Matt Hopf is the boardâ€™s president. He is joined by Whitley County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Doug Brown, Jennifer Zartman-Romano, Jane Loomis, Michael McCoy, Tom Hartzell and Scott Gabriel.
COLUMBIA CITY (April 29, 2014) -- Dustin A. Nimtz, 19, was sentenced to 30 years in prison after he admitted his guilt to all six charges brought against him. Nimtz was in Whitley County Circuit Court today and was given his time to serve in its entirety.
Nimtz previously pleaded guilty to burglary, criminal deviate conduct, child molesting, attempted rape, intimidation and strangulation. The first four charges are Class A felonies, intimidation a Class C felony and strangulation a Class D felony.
See more coverage of this court hearing in Wednesday's Post & Mail.
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Children, teenagers and adults took the streets for the 5K Walk/Run for Jesus, which began at 9 a.m. Saturday morning.
Registration was $20 per person or $50 for a family, and proceeds from the event went to The Center for Whitley County Youth.
The event also raised awareness for the upcoming National Day of Prayer, which is Thursday.
Community of Hope Church in Columbia City will host a local National Day of Prayer service Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
COLUMBIA CITY â€“ Ace Hardware, established in 1924, is continuing its national sales celebration of 90 years in business as being "the helpful place."
Big April sales specials continue this weekend and through Monday, April 28. A special advertising page is on B8 of the Weekend Edition of The Post & Mail.
Mary Raber Elementary School recently announced its April Shining Stars.Â