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HUNTINGTON â Troxel Equipment, the area's premiere John Deere, Stihl and Honda power equipment dealer, has issued its holiday greeting.
"May you and your families have a very Merry Christmas and the happiest of New Years," the Troxel staff proclaims. "And thank you all for your business."
Troxel Equipment, "your solutions dealer," has dealerships in Huntington (4777 W 500 N), Wabash (983 N. Ind. 13) and Bluffton (5068 E. 100 N).
Toll-free phone number is 1-888-876-9352 and you can email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Their website is www.troxelequipment.com
COLUMBIA CITY â Culligan Water Conditioning, 675 E. Business 30, brings sparkle to its loyal clientele all year long by providing "better water; pure and simple."
Serving Whitley County and the area since 1946, Culligan and its staffers wish "A Merry Christmas . . . and a sparkling New Year to all!"
Go to www.culligancolumbiacity.com, stop by the business or call 244-5850 to discover the answers to better water quality.
COLUMBIA CITY â Getting to Grandma's house for wintertime holidays can be treacherous, but with well equipped tires on your vehicle, the trip will be a lot safer.
Jerry's Tire Service, 1045 E. Business 30, is your place to shop for safe, reliable tires for your important holiday trips.
Customers can make an appointment for their tire sales and service by stopping by or calling Jerry's Tire Service at 260 244-5927.
SOUTH WHITLEY â Decemberâs session of Leadership Whitley County, a group comprised of community members working on leadership, communication and servant skills, convened at the media center of Whitko High School in South Whitley.
The workshop was hosted by LWC Alum Patty Weybright, and began with an awareness session featuring a panel of local non-profit organizations.
COLUMBIA CITY â Big plans start with a simple choice â this is the working mantra of a company that has developed a way to save for a childâs college education.
Jodi Golden, a representative for College Choice 529, was the guest speaker at Tuesdayâs Rotary Club meeting in Columbia City.
She came from Indianapolis to discuss the Choice 529 plan and its direct savings program set up to offer parents a planned way of providing for someoneâs future educational needs.
To give or not to give? That is the question. The students at Northern Heights Elementary School have been in the giving spirit, as seen here with some of the NHES Student Council members. Students collected more than 6,000 items for area food banks. Pictured, from left, with some of the collected food items are Cailey Allison, Evin Devito, Hailie Green, Garrett Geiger, Andrew Korus, Shawna Hall, Katie Hoag, Bella vonSeggern and Sammi Zumbrun.
COLUMBIA CITY â Columbia City officials have announced a revised trash pick up schedule during the holiday season.Due to Christmas Day and New Yearâs Day trash pickup will fall one day later in the week.
Trash that would normally be picked up on Wednesday, Dec. 25 will be serviced Thursday, Dec. 26. Trash pickup will continue to run a day behind with Fridayâs service bumped to Saturday.
The following week, the schedule will be repeated â trash service will run a day behind starting with Thursday, Jan. 2. Both weeks will have trash pick up on Saturday.
COLUMBIA CITY âTechnology needs are constantly growing within school districts across the country. Whitley County Consolidated Schools are no different, and the districtâs Board of Trustees made some updates to its technology directorâs job description at Monday nightâs meeting.
âThis is a significant change from the former job description and is quite comprehensive in its requirements,â WCCS Superintendent Pat OâConnor told the Board of Trustees.
The position now requires a bachelorâs degree, more knowledge and skills and leadership roles within the district.
COLUMBIA CITY â Upgrades to the Whitley County Jail continue to be debated by County Commissioners. Although some work has started, the lot of parts needed have not been approved for purchase Â â a cost that could be in excess of $80,000.
At a previous council meeting, Commissioner Tom Rethlake had shared with county officials that a valve originally bid to cost $1,066 each, might be able to be purchased at a price of $776 from a different company.
However, Rethlake said he would turn the bid over to County Maintenance Supervisor Mark Sturtevant for review and follow up.
COLUMBIA CITY â For some, Christmas involves more than receiving â giving too.
That is certainly true for Kelly Maloy of Columbia City. What started as an idea has morphed into a reality beyond her wildest dreams.
Maloy posted on Facebook recently, asking that her friends remember their animal friends and donate $1 to the Whitley County Humane Society.
Individuals could send their dollars to her, and she would make the donation just before Christmas.
Maloy said the success of her endeavor has already surpassed her expectations.