COLUMBIA CITY ‚Äď Murphy Jewelers, located at 103 S. Main St., in downtown Columbia City, is the store for last-minute gift ideas.
"Merry Christmas! We'll wrap up your purchase AND your shopping right here at Murphy Jewelers," notes the staff.
Included at the jewelery store are diamonds, gemstones, pendants, earrings Black Hills Gold, Charm bracelets, music and jewelery boxes, Citizen and BelAir Watches, gold neckchains and bracelets ---- plus gift certificates.
"Whitley County's Jeweler since 1950" will be open Tuesday until 7 p.m. and Christmas Eve until 3 p.m.
COLUMBIA CITY ‚Äď The staff at Buchanan Automotive and Body Shop, 2525 E. Business 30, just east of Columbia City, advises motorists to be especially safe this holiday season.
"We wish you safe travels .... and Merry Christmas!"
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Buchanan Automotive's phone number is 260 244-6105.
COLUMBIA CITY ‚Äď Becky Curless, agent at State Farm Insurance, 208 N. Line St., near downtown Columbia City, is like a good neighbor!
Becky and Jamie are wishing friends and neighbors a Merry Christmas and a safe & joyous New Year!
The business phone number for State Farm Insurance is 260 244-3903.
Children of all ages will enjoy a 24-page Christmas Fun Book inserted inside the Monday edition of your Post & Mail. It's full of puzzles, coloring pages and lots of fun!
Pick one up at a Whitley County newsstand, available throughout the county.
The students at Northern Heights were in the giving spirit. For one week, the students dug through their pantries and cupboards to find canned or boxed foods for those in need. The school collected a total of 5,490 food items for local food pantries. The class that brought in the most items will get to throw pies at their principal, Jake Hoag. Pictured are the helping hands from left, Hannah Harris, Eli Ralston, Devyn Krouse, Carter Krouse, Xander Young, Lexi Harker, and Madison Harris. Each student helped box the cans to be donated.
Big-city police departments and union leaders around the country are warning the rank and file to wear bulletproof vests and avoid making inflammatory posts on social media in the days after a man ambushed two officers and shot them to death inside their patrol car.
SOUTH WHITLEY ‚ÄĒ Nothing brings out emotions and effort like facing your biggest rival.
There aren‚Äôt too many rivalries in this area of the state more intense than Whitko and Tippecanoe Valley. The latest installment of this feud Saturday night in girls basketball provided fans exactly what they would expect, two teams fighting to the end.
The Lady Wildcats had a chance to win the game at the end only to see the game slip away to the Lady Vikings, 42-38.
George W. Atkinson, 78, of Columbia City, passed away at 6:02 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 21, 2014 at Parkview Regional Medical Center, Fort Wayne.
Arrangements are pending at DeMoney-Grimes, a Life Story Funeral Home, 600 Countryside Drive, Columbia City.
Please check the Tuesday paper for visitation and funeral times.
Aug. 15, 1920 - Dec. 17, 2014
Corwin A. ‚ÄúCorky‚ÄĚ Draper, 94, of Huntington, passed away at 2:40 a.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2014 at The Heritage of Huntington.
Corwin was born Aug. 15, 1920 in Huntington, a son of Joseph A. and Edith C. (Dinius) Draper.
He was united in marriage to Margaret K. Weiford on July 17, 1943 in Huntington. His wife survives. Additional survivors include four children. He was preceded in death by a brother.
April 22, 1930 - Dec. 20, 2014
Joan A. ‚ÄúSmoke‚ÄĚ Heinley, 84, of Columbia City, died at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014 at Heritage of Huntington where she had been a resident since January 2011.
She was born April 22, 1930 in the Linvill Hospital in Columbia City, a daughter of Virgil E. and Ethel M. (Schinbeckler) Heinley. Her formative years were spent in Columbia City. She graduated from Columbia City High School and attended college in Kentucky.
She was employed at Mullendore‚Äôs Confectionary for many years, Chamberlin Products for over 10 years and Viking Inc. for 14 years.