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September 7th, 2013

Autumn Arts Festival

September 7, 2013

(Sept. 7, 2013) Whitley County Autumn Arts Festival was held on the Courthouse lawn today. See Tuesday's issue of The Post & Mail for complete coverage of this event.

DYW 2014 - HANNAH SCHAEFER

September 7, 2013

(Sept. 7, 2013) Tonight, Hannah Schaefer, a senior at Columbia City High School, was declared Whitley County's Distinguished Young Woman 2014. See Monday's issue of The Post & Mail for complete coverage of the program.

September 6th

Eagles in Flight 5K

September 7, 2013

Indian Springs Middle School is holding a 5K walk/run today at the school, sponsored by Eagles in Flight. Friday, all ISMS students had the opportunity to hit the course during school hours, and event teachers and administrators said was a big hit with the students. Post & Mail photo / Nicole Ott.

Sentence modified for man convicted of fraud

September 7, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — A man convicted this year of home improvement fraud had his sentence modified in Whitley County Circuit Court Monday.
George A. Martin, 55, of North Manchester, was given a five-year sentence in July.

He was ordered to serve one year at the Whitley County Jail, two years on home detention and two on probation.

Judge James Heuer modified his sentence to probation except for time served Monday, mostly due to the health issues in Martin’s life.
Martin was in a wheelchair while in court Monday. In July, he had difficulty walking and was wearing a back brace.

Chamber director lectures on business for Rotary

September 7, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Vince Buchanan, executive director of the Regional Chamber of Northeast Indiana, spoke recently with the Columbia City Rotary Club.

The regional chamber is a membership-based organization that acts as a resource for all of the Chamber of Commerce offices in Northeast Indiana.

Ten counties in the corner of the state are represented by this regional office. Their central office is located on the southwest side of Ft. Wayne, on Pointe Inverness Way.

Library lays runway for teens

September 7, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Peabody Public Library will present Project Teen Runway beginning in October. Sign ups for this new program are now open.
Sessions begin Tuesday, Oct. 1 and run every Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. during October.

Anyone in Whitley County in grades 6 through 12 may sign up, regardless of whether they have a library card. There is a limit of 30 participants, so sign up soon.

The weekly sessions are as follows:
•Week 1, Tuesday, Oct. 1 — Easy and quick hairstyles and professional makeup in 15 minutes.

Elks promote scholarship

September 7, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — The Columbia City Elks Lodge is doing big things to help local youth. Elks invest in the nation’s future by helping deserving students attend the colleges of their dreams.

This year, the Elks National Foundation will fund nearly $3.74 million in college scholarships through its three scholarship programs.
The Elks National Foundation’s Most Valuable Student Scholarship contest launched Sept. 1 and will lessen the cost of college tuition for 500 deserving students.

H.A.N.D.S. Foundation receives DEKKO grant

September 7, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — The H.A.N.D.S. Foundation, made up of 15 students from the three Whitley County school corporations, received a grant of $18,500 from the Dekko Foundation for use during the 2013-14 school year.
This is the 19th consecutive year the Dekko Foundation has funded H.A.N.D.S.

Rhoades Automotive makes the drive downtown

September 7, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — A familiar face throughout the county recently became the newest face in downtown Columbia City.

Rhoades Automotive has consolidated its two previous locations — one on South Line Street and the other on U.S. 30 in Larwill — to one spot on West Van Buren Street, Columbia City. Lamonte Rhoades, president, said having a location downtown was important to the company.

“We wanted to be part of downtown, if possible,” he said.

GROWTH APPLAUDED: Business expansion creates new jobs

September 7, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY – More employment opportunities are possible for Whitley County residents due to an expanding business.

Breyden Products, Inc. is planning to move out of a leased building to take occupancy of a vacant building in Park 30, east of Columbia City on U.S. 30.

Mike Zuber, director of sales for the business, was accompanied by Whitley County Economic Development Executive Director Alan Tio at Wednesday’s County Council meeting.

 

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