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January 14th, 2013

HIGH NOTES: Doctor attributes healthy living to vocal practice

January 14, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Having a healthy lifestyle is nothing to laugh at. But it may very well be something to sing about.

Dr. David Haines, of Warsaw, has been singing with the Chain O’ Lakes Chorus for six years and sees many healthy advantages to singing.

“You get a high from singing just like runners get from running,” said Haines. “There are endorphins released when you sing, just like when playing sports.”

STILL STRIKING: Factory has new owners, but no deal

January 14, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY ­— Strikers weren’t silenced when new ownership took over Coupled Products LLC in Columbia City.

Twenty-nine members of United Auto Workers Local 2049 started picketing the manufacturer in June 2011. Claims of unfair labor practices after contract negotians fell a part has kept 21 of the 29 picketers active.
A 33 percent pay cut was rejected by the union as well as a reduction in benefits, according to area media.

Those participating in the strike are eligible for unemployment insurance benefits, $2,000 a week in strike pay and full insurance benefits from the UAW.

IN THE HEADLINES

January 14, 2013

Here are the headlines in Monday's Post & Mail:

Woman allegedly uses, buys drugs with child

Doctor attributes healthy living to singing

Factory has new owners, but no deal

Indiana father forgives parents, wants to see son

January 12th

CRASH CLAIMS ANOTHER LIFE: Two-car collision results in another death

January 12, 2013

DeKalb County — The Indiana State Police, with the assistance of the DeKalb County Sheriff Department, investigated a two vehicle head-on crash that occurred yesterday morning on State Road 1, which claimed the life of a 45 year old man from Butler and now a 13 year old girl from Fort Wayne.

FESTIVAL ON ICE: Fire & Ice to return in 2014

January 12, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s Fire and Ice Festival has been cancelled, but only for this year. The winter event, sponsored by the Whitley County Chamber of Commerce, was to be held in January on the Courthouse Square.
Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Doug Brown said the cancellation was due to scheduling conflicts, not financial reasons.

Chamber leaders and event organizers considered an alternative date, but was not successful in rescheduling the festival. However, Brown said there is already discussion for the festival’s return in 2014.

STATEHOUSE VISIT: Columbia City leader meets lawmakers, discusses issues

January 12, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City recently had an added presence at the Indiana Statehouse. Columbia City Mayor Ryan Daniel was mayor for the day in Indianapolis, and the event gave him the opportunity to meet with lawmakers and discuss important issues.

Daniel met with Rep. Kathy Heuer, Ind. Sen. Jim Banks and Rep. Dan Leonard. He had a chance to speak on issues that were important to local government.

LOCAL AUTHOR: Howell creates short tale for tots

January 12, 2013

CHURUBUSCO — Any writer worth their salt will advise aspiring authors to write about what they know. Wanda Howell, of Churubusco, did just that. She recently self-published a short story for children about farms, a dog and a rabbit.

“Rose and Rabbit Go to the Fair,” is a tale about a farm with quite a bit of junk on its property. Rose, a curious sort of dog, happens to discover an old truck amid the piles.

OUTLOOOK GRIM: O'Donnell shares his perspective

January 12, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — As the United States was plunging over the Fiscal Cliff, a rope was tossed as a solution. How well would it hold? This question and others were answered by Jim O’Donnell, Executive-In-Residence at Huntington University, at an economic lecture at Parkview Whitley Hospital Friday morning.

O’Donnell, who is known for adding humor and wit to his lectures, believes the forecast for the economic future, on the home front and abroad, could be pretty grim. He explained his bearish stance is based on trends and attitudes.

January 11th

NEW SUPERINTENDENT: SGCS to hold special meeting to announce candidate

January 11, 2013

CHURUBUSCO — Smith-Green Community Schools has selected a new superintendent.

An official announcement will be made Monday at 7 p.m. at the SGCS Administrative Center. Board of Trustees for SGCS will officially agree on the candidate and approve the person for hire Monday. The meeting is open to the public.

PURDUE IN OUR BACKYARD: Ag center a strong resource for county

January 11, 2013

COESSE — Citizens of Whitley County have a somewhat unique resource in their backyard that is largely unknown.

The Northeast-Purdue Agriculture Center (NEPAC) has been located in Whitley County, south of Coesse, for more than 20 years. Phil Walker has been the superintendent of the center since its opening, and said the center is a big help in the agriculture arena.

The farm primarily functions for research. Professors and graduate students make the trek to Whitley County from Purdue’s campus in West Lafayette.

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