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April 28th, 2011

‘Extreme Couponing’ aims to save cash

April 28, 2011

Columbia City — Could you imagine being able to save more than 90 percent on your bill at the grocery store? The key to saving big and getting more bang for your buck is something that most people overlook as they go through their mail or newspaper. The overlooked secret to savings, for some dedicated individuals, is using coupons. The network TCL has recently introduced a new show creatively titled “Extreme Couponing” that shows everyday families who are able to save a significant amount of money by using coupons at the grocery store.

April 27th

Living World War I as it happened

April 27, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — History teacher Randy Hudgins wanted to give his Columbia City High School students a sense of being there in order to help them better understand the past events they were studying.
To do this, Hudgins assigned his Modern World History pupils to create a newspaper from the era of study — the first world war.
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New traffic signs coming to Columbia City

April 27, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s program to update its street signs became official Tuesday night with the ratification of a new ordinance.
The Columbia City Common Council approved on second reading Ordinance 2011-1.
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April 25th

Larwill man gets court date in Kosciusko Co.

April 25, 2011

WARSAW — A Whitley County man arrested April 6 in Kosciusko County on suspicion of manufacturing methamphetamine will appear in Kosciusko County Circuit Court for an initial hearing May 16.
According to court personnel, a pre-trial hearing is set for June 16.
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Citing conflict of interest, man wants new attorney

April 25, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — A suspect in the case of an exploding methamphetamine lab that killed a woman last December has rejected his public defender because of what he feels is a conflict of interest.
Joshua B. Angus, 25, asked for a new attorney in Whitley County Circuit Court Monday morning after his public defender told the court a witness in the case was a client of his.
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Trial set for meth lab suspect

April 25, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — A trial date has been set for one of the two suspects charged with drug crimes in a case that also involved the death of a 5-month-old baby girl.
Travis A. Wonderly, 22, was in Whitley County Circuit Court Monday for a pre-trial conference with his new attorney, Robert Gevers.
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City pays bill minus cost of damage to unit

April 25, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — The Columbia City Board of Works and Safety approved a pay request to a contractor engaged in installing a pair of sewer lift stations — but only made a partial payment.
The three-man board voted unanimously to pay only a portion of the pay request by Gerig-Ottenweller Contracting, LLC because a rather large issue remains up in the air.
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Residents to see hike in trash bill

April 25, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City residents will see an increase in their trash bill.
The town’s trash committee reported to the Board of Works and Safety on Friday that the current trash contractor, Republic Services of Indiana (DBA National Serv-All) will charge the city $8.98 for trash pickup.
Residents currently pay the town $9.

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Downtown parking concerns come before board

April 25, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — Parking in downtown Columbia City was discussed Friday at the regular meeting of the town’s Board of Works and Safety.
Steve Hochstetler of the Downtown Business Association had several concerns connected to downtown parking, one of which involved the upcoming 3-on-3 basketball tournament slated for June 17-18.
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County has sandbags ready for rising water

April 25, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — On Monday afternoon, officials at the Whitley County Emergency Management/Department of Homeland Security were staying dry in the basement of the county jail, preparing for the results of an increasingly soggy county.
“We’re supposed to get one to three inches over tonight and into tomorrow,” said Cathy Broxon EMA/DHS director.
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