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February 11th, 2014
COLUMBIA CITY ‚ÄĒ While temperatures Tuesday morning were frigid and below zero, there is hope.
According to the 10-day forecast from The Weather Channel, temperatures will increase significantly over the next week-and-a-half.
By Monday, the temperature will be above freezing at 37 degrees. Thursday's high is expected to be in the mid-40s.
Stay with The Post & Mail for weather and news updates.
COLUMBIA CITY ‚ÄĒ Parkview Whitley Hospital announces several events offered at the hospital. The hospital is located at 1260 E. Ind. 205, Columbia City.
For more information, contact Julie Zollinger, community relations and media specialist, at 248-9377.
‚ÄĘPreparing for childbirth
Monday, Feb. 17, 24 at 6 to 9 p.m.
Childbirth / Lamaze education classes are designed for expectant mothers and their partners. Classes are free. Call 248-9321 to register.
Wednesday, Feb. 12, 19 at 6 to 9 p.m.
Fathers and daughters hit the dance floor Friday night at the 4-H Center for the annual Father-Daughter Dance sponsored by the Columbia City Parks Department.
Greg Driver and daughter Rebecca,9, dress in coordinated black and white attire for Friday‚Äôs Father-Daughter Dance which was held at the 4-H Center.
Editor‚Äôs note: The Difference Maker is a series spotlighting Whitley County‚Äôs best. For the next 13 weeks, each Monday, The Post & Mail will feature a school employee.
COLUMBIA CITY ‚ÄĒ In the School Edition of The Post & Mail‚Äôs Difference Maker series, Shelly Simmons, a fifth grade teacher at Northern Heights Elementary School, is the first to be recognized.
She has been a teacher for seven years at NHES, and Principal Jacob Hoag calls Simmons, ‚Äúengaging.‚ÄĚ
Pretty in pink, Ryan Shimasaki escorts daughters Erika (left), 3, and Brooke, 6, to Friday‚Äôs Father-Daughter dance held at the 4-H Center and sponsored by the Columbia City Parks Department. In its eighth year, the dance offers dads and grandfathers the chance to escort their little ladies to a dance. This year‚Äôs event had a candy theme, decorated in pink and black. Dinner and candy were served, and a special guest appearance was made by Cinderella. Each dad had the chance to have his photo taken with his ‚Äúdate.‚ÄĚ
Editor‚Äôs note: The following is the second of a three-part series on methamphetamine in Whitley County.
WHITLEY COUNTY ‚ÄĒ Methamphetamine use has been a problem throughout the Midwest, particularly in Indiana, for more than a decade.
It has been an existing problem for so long, that steps have been taken at the legislative level to curb both the use and manufacture of methamphetamine.
Despite these efforts, the problem is getting worse.
Whitko Community School Corporation has announced the following changes in schedule - School will be in session Friday for all students. The faculty in-service day is canceled. Monday will also be a regular school day.
COLUMBIA CITY ‚ÄĒ The Columbia City Parks Department sponsored a father-daughter dance Friday night for the eighth year.
Fathers and grandfathers, escorted each beautiful ‚Äúbelle‚ÄĚ to a candy-themed ball held at the 4-H Center.
‚ÄúWe pre-sold 500 tickets starting Jan. 2,‚ÄĚ said Mark Green, park director.
‚ÄúThis is a neat opportunity to show daughters how they should be treated. It‚Äôs also a real boost to local merchants. The girls like to get their hair done, and the dads buy them flowers. People go all out.‚ÄĚ
Whitley County residents -- did you snap a photograph during Super Bowl weekend? The Post & Mail is capturing life in Whitley County on this particular winter weekend, Feb. 1 & 2. So if you got a snapshot of your Super Bowl party, a family outing, some inside fun with the kids, sledding at DeVol Field, or any other winter fun, email you photos to firstname.lastname@example.org
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