July 22nd, 2015
Columbia City volleyball is preparing for the Hoosier Open tournament on Wednesday and Thursday at Bishop Dwenger High School. molly Green is shown hitting in a warm-up drill prior to Tuesday's workout.
Columbia City's Avery Sparks works on setting skills during the Lady Eagles' volleyball open gym. The Lady Eagles will participate in the Hoosier Open at Bishop Dwenger on Thursday and Friday.
The 4-H Large and Small Animal Round Robins are today in the showbarns. See the 2015 fair schedule under the "Special Sections" tab at the top of this page.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Rodney Atkins will headline a major concert event tonight at the Whitley County 4-H fairground.
Opening acts Breaking Tradition and Natalie Stovall and the Drive will begin the show that begins at 7 p.m.
Tickets are still available on eventbrite.com for $25 before the show or at the gate for $30.
Despite turmoil leading up to the event, there were no reported issues at this year's pig wrestling event.
Even the smallest of the spectators at the Whitley County 4-H fair parade get into the swing of things, as Emma Maddox waves to the marchers.
With football two-a-day practices only a couple of weeks away, Columbia City's high school evening camps run this week at the Max Gandy athletic field.
Pictured is a double rainbow at Tri-Lakes this weekend. Submit your weather photos to email@example.com or send us a Facebook message.
Hogs have moved into their barn at the Whitley County 4-H Fair. The hog shows are Tuesday and Wednesday in the main show barn.
Whitley County 4-H fair demolition derbies took place Sunday evening.