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August 8th, 2014

STAYING PREPARED: WCCS considers inventory service

August 8, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — Whitley County Consolidated Schools officials discussed using an inventory service to prepare the district in case of a tax audit or emergency insurance claim. WCCS Business Manager Kirk Doehrmann discussed a $7,900 project by TM Wells Valuation Services out of Huntington that would review the district’s capital assets (anything worth more than $5,000) and inventory items within the facilities.

SPECIAL PUBLICATION: 4-H Scrapbook inserted Monday

August 8, 2014

Whitley County’s 4-H Fair concluded in July, but a special publication inserted into the Monday edition of The Post & Mail will provide a snapshot of the week. The 4-H Scrapbook will highlight contests, shows and results from the county fair. Pictured is Blake Gross showing his Dairy Steer in dairy beef showmanship contest at the fair.

COUNCIL TO UPGRADE 911 SYSTEM: Credit funds to cover costs

August 8, 2014

WHITLEY COUNTY — The Whitley County Sheriff’s Department will be upgrading its computer communications software to enable better communication and compatibility among their computer units placed in police vehicles and in the Sheriff’s Department building. Enhanced 911 (e911) Director Scott Jones has been looking forward to this upgrade for some time.

CCHS SENIOR WINS SCHOLARSHIP: Brommer beats out 5,500 other students

August 8, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — Feelings of fear and excitement filled Lyndsey Brommer, of Columbia City, as she was on the phone with her teacher knowing she would be traveling 1,300 miles from her home to San Antonio, Texas. Tears of happiness covered Brommer’s face knowing all the long hours and extra effort she had put into her portfolio project during the course of a year had paid off.

ADVISORY: Avoid W. North St. between Walnut/Elm and N. Line between North/US 30

August 8, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — Traffic congestion will continue today in Columbia City as crews begin paving North Line Street between North Street and US 30. This portion of Line Street will be open during paving activities but heavily congested, so expect delays.

Also, the Columbia City Water Department has closed West North Street between Walnut and Elm Streets for water line maintenance.

VIDEO-ALERT – COLTS HOBBLED: Offensive line injuries plaguing Indy

August 8, 2014

August 7th

FIREFIGHTERS FIGHT HUNGER: Food bank to benefit from ‘hot shot’ fundraiser

August 7, 2014

SOUTH WHITLEY — Cleveland Township firefighters will come together to help the South Whitley Food Bank in a fundraiser Saturday. From 9 a.m. to noon, firefighters will play games and attendees can vote for their favorite “ hot shot.” In addition, three firefighters will serve as “dunk buddies” who will appear in a dunk tank.

FAST AND FURIOUS: Officials address speed concerns at Loon Lake

August 7, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — In response to numerous reports of speeding in the Loon Lake area, the Loon Lake Association has been working in conjunction with Whitley County Commissioners, the Whitley County Highway Department and local law enforcement. It was the belief of the association and local residents that the primary speeding offenders were visitors to the lake, not local residents. Loon Lake Association President Dave White petitioned for a stop sign be put in the area to retard speeding.

FORMER PARAMEDIC SAVES A LIFE: Stresses importance of CPR, Heimlich training

August 7, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — Kelly Slavich did more than help animals at Line Street Veterinary Hospital Wednesday. Early in the afternoon, a four-year-old boy began choking on a sucker in the lobby of the vet hospital.

FIRE DESTROYS DUPLEX: Man saves his family after smelling smoke

August 7, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — When Franklin Loe woke up in the middle of the night smelling smoke in his home, he immediately was worried his house may be on fire. After checking his own home, he stepped outside to see flames shooting from the roof of his sister-in-law Sarah Pattison’s home two blocks up the street. “I knew my family was sleeping in that house,” Loe said.

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