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July 9th, 2015
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(1910) Jacob Killian, center, and two workers pose after unloading a wagon of beer at the rear of the Clugston Hotel, now the Clugston senior apartments. The men worked for the Walter Raupfer Brewery in Columbia City.
Camdyn Judd of Western's Garage makes the throw to first in the Columbia City Parks Boys Minor tourney championship game.
Crews from Wigent Excavating work on a sewer line break at the intersection of east Van Buren and Marshall streets. A cavity 6 by 8-feet wide and approximately 8-feet deep was discovered.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) â€” Officials say a West Virginia man had been keeping two deer in captivity at his home for at least a year.
Multiple media outlets report that Officer Joshua Addesa with the state Division of Natural Resources says authorities discovered the two white-tailed bucks when they visited the Cabell County man's home on July 4 after receiving a tip from a concerned citizen.
Addesa declined to identify the man because of an ongoing investigation.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Van Buren Street in Columbia City is closed today between Wayne Street and Marshall Avenue to fix a sewer line issue.
SOUTH WHITLEY â€“ River Road will be closed 1/3 mile west of Ind. 105 on 7/8 through 7/9 for a culvert replacement. Please plan an alternate route of travel during this closure.
CR 800 East, the Whitley-Allen County Line Road, south of Steel Dynamics (SDI), will be closed 7/8/15 through 7/10/15 for railroad track repair. Please plan an alternate route during the track closure.
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