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July 19th, 2014
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Whitley Countyâ€™s 4-H Fair awarded a variety of 4-hers in the Dairy Beef Feeder Calf Show. Pictured with Miss Whitley County Brooke Laux are the winners, from left: Rookie Showman Matthew Blackburn, Beginner Showman Treyton Lomont, Junior Showman Branson Heidenreich, Senior Showman Cooper Parish, Showman of Showmen Breanna Waugh.
SOUTH WHITLEY â€” South Whitley United Methodist Church recently celebrated the arrival of its new pastor. Chris Stahlman will be taking over as the new leader of this â€śvibrant and growing church.â€ť
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Whitley County Council on Aging and Aged (WCCOA) will be hosting a karate demonstration at the Woodlands at noon Thursday. Lunch will be at 11:30 a.m. at the Woodlands Senior Center on Opportunity Drive, Columbia City. The group is welcoming seniors to come watch the demonstration, in hopes that it will prove to be entertaining and fun. Those wanting to attend, should call ahead for reservations at 248-8944 or 800-290-1697.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Bringing entertainment and visitors to downtown Columbia City is one of the focuses of Columbia Cityâ€™s Main Street Association (CCMSA). The organization, partnered with Big Gâ€™s, Sports Cafe, is hosting a 3-on-3 basketball tournament Saturday morning.
Jared Lamle sold the Grand Champion Barrow with a record-shattering sale price of $12,000.
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WHITLEY COUNTY â€” Due to new Indiana State legislation local communities may experience a large influx of prisoners. Changes to the Indiana Criminal Code took effect July 1. The changes make it so that criminal defendants sentenced to 90 days or less of incarceration cannot go to a state prison, rather they must serve their time in a county correctional facility.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Brooke Laux, 2014 Miss Whitley County, donned her sparkling tiara while playing with Mini 4-Hers Wednesday. With the help of her court, Brooke Pettigrew and Amelia Roman, the group of excited children were split into three groups for a variety of games.
For generations, Whitley County 4-H has sponsored the Mini 4-H program to help children, kindergarten through second grade, get an idea of what project they would like to participate in when they become 4-Hers.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Dreams are realized each year at the Whitley County 4-H Fair. With weeks and months of preparation, 4-Hers hope to find success in the show arena. This year was no exception. Several ribbons, trophies and banners were awarded to 4-Hers this week, and among the steers, sheep, swine, chickens and goats, memories were made.