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October 24th, 2012

S. WHITLEY: Inks pact for electric help

October 24, 2012


SOUTH WHITLEY — The South Whitley Town Council approved a partnership between the Columbia City Electric Department and the town of South Whitley that would make provisions for electrical personnel.
Larry Whetstone, who is currently Columbia City’s Electric Department Superintendent, will now serve South Whitley with electrical concerns and situations needing his level of expertise.

STILL IN THE DARK: S.W. council sets special session to decide on energy contract

October 24, 2012


SOUTH WHITLEY — A special session will be held Thursday at 6:15 p.m. for the South Whitley Town Council to make a decision on the town’s energy source.
For months, the council has been working on revamping the electrical contracts for the town. After hearing Indiana Municipal Power Agency’s (IMPA) proposal on its co-op energy service, the council was able to determine contractual obligations with the town’s current energy provider Duke Energy. Previous considerations proved Duke’s rate is costing the town $220,000 more on an annual basis compared to IMPA’s pricing.

P&M: To pay tribute to military veterans

October 24, 2012


The Post & Mail newspaper is compiling tributes to veterans of the U.S. military for inclusion in a special publication to be inserted in the paper on Nov. 9.
Saluting Military, a 2012 Veterans Day Salute will be a special tabloid-sized section which will include names, photos and some details of military veterans, past and present.
The deadline to submit photos and information is Nov. 1.
Order forms can be picked up at The Post & Mail office at 927 W. Connexion Way, Columbia City or by clipping a form out of the paper.
Cost for tributes is $5.

CITY WATER BOND: Dollar amount set at $2 million

October 24, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — With the Columbia City Common Council approving its authority for a water bond in September’s regular meeting, the council approved a motion Tuesday to set the dollar amount at $2 million.
The council discussed the possibility of the proposed water bond at its last meeting in September, saying it was needed in order for the water department to eventually start rolling on many of its upcoming projects.

October 23rd

BLAZING THE TRAIL

October 23, 2012

TWELVE YEARS: Tun is sentenced for fatal crash in April

October 23, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — A Fort Wayne man will spend 12 years behind bars for his part in an April crash that killed a three-year-old boy.
Mya Tun, 52, of Fort Wayne was given 12 years by Whitley County Circuit Court Judge James Heuer on Monday, a sentence he will serve in its entirety, for charges connected to an accident April 29 on U.S. 24 at Ind. 114 in South Whitley County.
In that accident, Ethan Hoffman, 3, was taken to Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne, where he was later pronounced dead.

SENTENCE: Indy woman gets 8 years in ’Busco sting

October 23, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — An Indianapolis woman was sentenced in Whitley County Circuit Court Monday to eight years to the Indiana Department of Corrections, four to be served and four suspended, for charges relating to August’s drug sting in Churubusco.
According to a plea agreement, Sue Kellems, 21, pleaded guilty to dealing in a schedule II controlled substance, a Class B felony and possession of a handgun without a license, a Class A misdemeanor.

October 22nd

IDENTIFYING BROWNFIELD SITES: Coalition to use EPA grant to conduct assessments

October 22, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — The Northeast Indiana Brownfield Coalition, which recently received a $909,303 grant from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), plans to use some of the grant money for assessment of brownfield sites in Whitley County.
“The intent here is to get the ball rolling and to identify the potential brownfield sites,” said Executive Director of Region III-A, Loren Kravig.

COUNTY FIRM: Marks opening of Gateway Park plant

October 22, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — Production machining firm Impact CNC, LLC celebrated the opening of the company’s facility in Gateway Park with an open house today hosted by the Whitley County Economic Development Corporation.
The company announced plans earlier this year to create up to 106 new jobs by 2014.

COL. CITY WOMAN: Arrested at prison for trafficking

October 22, 2012


WESTVILLE — A Columbia City woman was arrested Saturday at Westville Correctional Facility for attempted trafficking with an inmate.
Ashley Reavis, 27, was attempting to visit Blake Settles, 29, of Fort Wayne, when officers found contraband at her check-in.
Settles is serving multiple sentences on four felonies from Allen County courts, including: felony escape, operating a vehicle as a habitual traffic offender, felony theft/receiving stolen property and dealing/possession of a look-alike substance.

Columbia City soccer player Shila Tolliver signed to play soccer at Huntington University Thursday...
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HUNTINGTON — Columbia City’s boys track team opened its season with a loss at Huntington North...

 

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