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December 20th

CHRISTMAS CHEER: Churubusco Middle School students help with U.S.O.

December 20, 2014

CHURUBUSCO — Seeking to spread Christmas cheer and express gratitude to the servicemen and women of the armed services, five Churubusco Middle School students, along with their teacher, personally delivered hand-made Christmas cards to more than 300 members of the Air National Guard’s 122nd Fighter Wing.

FINAL SPRINT TO CHRISTMAS: Holiday bargains and coupons in Weekend Edition of The Post & Mail

December 20, 2014

Christmas shoppers can find nearly $100 in discounts and coupon savings in the Weekend Edition of The Post & Mail, now available on newsstands throughout Whitley County.

In addition to important local news, sports and features, the Weekend Edition contains preprinted inserts from:
• CVS Pharmacy;
• Walgreens;
• Dunham's Sports;
• JC Penney;
• Dick's Sporting Goods;
• Aaron's;
• Aladdin Vacuum Cleaner Sales & Services;
• Whitetail Properties;
• and The Post & Mail.

December 19th

• VIDEO OF THE DAY • GOOD THINGS: Unforgettable holiday cookies

December 19, 2014

VIDEO OF THE DAY: Good Things - Unforgettable Holiday Cookies
’Tis the season for best-in-show desserts, and a batch of homemade cookies is the perfect holiday gift for the friends, neighbors, and schoolteachers in our lives. Sandwich walnut cookies, allergy-friendly molasses cookies, and sparkling vanilla sandwich cookies will do the trick for all your cookie-giving needs.

READING GIFT: Local Literacy Council looking for volunteers to attend tutor training programs in January

December 19, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY – If you are looking for a way to volunteer and improve the lives of people right here in Whitley County, the Whitley County Literacy Council has an opportunity for you.
The Literacy Council is currently seeking volunteers to tutor adults who want to prepare for the High School Equivalency test or improve their basic reading skills.
Volunteers and students are matched based on tutor preferences and student requirements in Math, Reading, Writing, Social Studies and Science.
No previous experience is necessary, and all training and materials are supplied.

ONLINE POLL RESULTS

December 19, 2014

Big bites . . . and it’s gone

December 19, 2014

Crews with Kim L. Reiff & Sons, new property owners, began taking big bites out of this former gas station at 315 West Van Buren St. in Columbia City about mid-day on Wednesday. The building’s corner positioning on the lot, and its long history as a downtown service station, made the structure unique. Perhaps most notably it was Barnett’s Gas Station for years. By the end of the day the structure was leveled.

TRAFFIC SNARL: Noon time re-kindle of house fire causes street re-routing

December 19, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY – Those going for noon lunch encountered a traffic snarl near Line and North streets due to fire personnel responding to a re-kindle of a structure fire at 504 N. Line St.

The house caught fire Thursday afternoon.

A hot spot that re-kindled at noon Friday was quickly put out by firemen.

DATE SET: Smith-Green establishes graduation

December 19, 2014

CHURUBUSCO — Members of the Smith-Green Community School Board decided 3-2 to set the graduation date for seniors for Sunday, June 7.
The board’s decision did not come lightly, as it was initially tabled by board member Luke Gross for further discussion.
Gross said his decision was based primarily on a need for additional discussion.

BEST LIGHTS: Columbia City judges, awards top Christmas decorations

December 19, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY – Judging for Columbia City Municipal Electric’s annual Christmas Lighting Decorating Contest has concluded with the following awards:

Overall Winner
•Paul & Joyce Coulter
1595 E. Sparrow Cove
Eagle Glen
Columbia City

Northwest Quadrant
•Chad & Laurie Richter
323 N Main St.
Columbia City

Northeast Quadrant
•Steve & Rosemary Brown
325 E. Shorewood Ct.
Columbia Shores
Columbia City

Southeast Quadrant
•Duane & Tamie Miller
600 E. Hanna St.
Columbia City

Southwest Quadrant
•Jim & Lois Brandenburg
416 W. Spencer St.

ABEAMS PROGRAM: Putting CCHS students ahead

December 19, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — In nautical terminology “abeam” means “to be even with.”
At the December meeting of the Whitley County Consolidated Schools Board of Trustees, six Columbia City High School students presented information on how Columbia City High School’s Career and Technical Education program and ABEAMS has put them not even with, but rather, ahead on the pathway to a career.

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COLUMBIA CITY — The eighth grade Lady Eagles defeated Maple Creek Dec. 18 by the score of 34-30....

 

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