Archive - News Article
September 19th, 2014
CHURUBUSCO â€” After a month into Smith-Green Community Schoolâ€™s new Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program, Churubusco high school students are gradually making use of personal electronic devices in the classroom.
SOUTH WHITLEY â€” Improving the town of South Whitley has been the agenda of council members and community leaders during this budget year.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” For a second time in three weeks, Jana Schinbeckler, 23, won over Precinct Committeemen in a Republican Caucus for the Whitley County Auditor Office.
Thursday night, a caucus was held to fill the ballot vacancy for the Whitley County Auditor in the general election.
WHITLEY COUNTY â€” Residents of Smith Township living on East County Road 300 North near Churubusco went before the Whitley County Commissioners Monday to raise awareness of an issue of heavy trucks traveling on the road near their homes.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” A nine-year veteran academic coach at Indian Springs Middle School is receiving recognition from the state.
Dennis Beckner wears many hats. As a pastor, teacher, coordinator, manager and coach, Beckner is a community servant by anyoneâ€™s standards.
CHURUBUSCO â€” Student enrollment is up at Smith-Green Community Schools, assuaging fears of dwindling student numbers and budget concerns.
Student enrollment is determined on two days during the school year, Sept. 12 and Feb. 15. According to the numbers on those days, the state grants funds to school corporations.
Whitley County Consolidated Schools Board of Trustees will meet Monday at 5:30 p.m. with an executive session immediately following the meeting.
Items on the agenda include updates from the school resource officer, emergency dismissal drill procedures and a presentation regarding the professional development conference attended by district leaders. The board also plans to approve a request for proposals for architectural and engineering services for designs of a new high school.
Fall harvest will be in full swing soon, and itâ€™s important to understand a few tips to keep drivers and farmers safe.
What does the classic orange and red triangle on farm equipment mean when you approach it on the road? It means that equipment displaying this triangle is a slow-moving vehicle (SMV), capable of speeds no faster than 25 miles per hour. Flashing amber or red lights should also be displayed.
In short, motor vehicle operators should slow down, and farmers driving the equipment should buckle up and make sure all safety equipment is properly displayed.
Whitkoâ€™s Jake Rothgeb (center)) performs a flip throw-in during the Wildcatsâ€™ game at Manchester Wednesday night. For more coverage of the game, see the Sept. 18th issue of The Post & Mail.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Passages Inc., a nonprofit in Whitley County serving individuals with intellectual disabilities, is a participating organization for the Northeast Indiana Disability Advocacy Coalition.
Northeast Indiana Disability Advocacy Coalition (NEIDAC) is hosting a public forum Friday for area candidates running for the Indiana General Assembly.