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February 15th, 2013

GESTURE OF APPRECIATION: K9 finders thanked

February 15, 2013

Columbia City’s Police Department expressed its gratitude to an Allen County family this week.

The Wentland family found CCPD K9 Stryker, who went missing for nearly 24 hours in January after he got out of his kennel, approximately eight miles away.

Pictured, from left, CCPD K9 handler Tim Pittenger, CCPD Chief Tim Longenbaugh, Arani Wentland, Rylen Wentlant, Tanner Wentland, Emily Wentland and Brian Wentland.

Ned Byall, 84

February 15, 2013

Ned S. Byall, 84, of Columbia City, passed away Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2013.
Born in Whitley County, Ned graduated from Jefferson Center School. He served in the U.S. Army and went to Radio School in Fort Benning, Ga. He was with the 1st Cavalry Ski Patrol during the Korean War and was stationed in Hokkaido, Japan.
Ned, along with his wife, Delores, operated the family farm with the help of their son, Brent. He was a member of Grace Point Church of the Nazarene, Fort Wayne.

February 14th

Just keep swimming

February 14, 2013

Indian Springs Middle School hosted a swim meet Tuesday night. Pictured above, Eagle Maggie Vandersaul swims the butterfly.

Results and more photos from Tuesday’s meet will appear in The Post & Mail as they become available.

Nicodemus to step on state mat

February 14, 2013

CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco senior Jason Nicodemus is going to end his season where dreams are made: at the state wrestling tournament in Indianapolis.

Nicodemus has already had a memorable season. Before adding a state trip to his resume, he won the NECC championship at 220 pounds and was also a sectional and regional champion.

This will be the first ‘Busco wrestler to advance to state in two years.

ISMS tops Manchester

February 14, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Indian Springs Middle School’s 8th-grade Lady Stars played host to the Lady Squires of Manchester Wednesday night.

The Lady Stars improved to 8-5 on the season with a 36-17 win over the visitors.

Mason Van Houten scored 20 points to lead Indian Springs.

Madison Hansen also chipped in 11 points. Crystal Van Houten and Justene Whitehead each scored two points and Bella Krieg added a free throw to round out the scoring for ISMS.

“We finally put four quarters together and it paid off,” said coach Tommy Baldwin. “We won as a team tonight.”

'BUSCO DEALER: Greer pleads guilty to meth charges

February 14, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — A Churubusco man pleaded guilty to a charge of dealing in methamphetamine in Whitley County Circuit Court Monday.

Andrew Greer, 28, pleaded guilty to the Class B felony charge and will be sentenced at a later date. As part of a plea arrangement, Greer had five other charges dismissed.

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE: A child’s perspective on Valentine’s Day

February 14, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Today is the day for chocolates, hearts, flowers and romance — Valentine’s Day.

Students from Coesse Elementary School had plenty of ideas on how to convey love to someone on Valentine’s Day.

Brooklyn Fraunfelder, a first grader at CES suggested giving a variety of gifts.

“You could give them a box of chocolates and a stuffed bear,” Fraunfelder said, “You could buy them cupcakes, give them a heart pillow or a thing of heart suckers.”

Noble, a second grader at CES agrees with the gift-giving idea.

ILLICIT DISCHARGES: Sewer service policy passes

February 14, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s Common Council passed an amendment to the sewer service ordinance, on first reading, at Tuesday’s meeting.

Lura Baublet, 88

February 14, 2013

Lura M. Baublet, 88, of Bluffton, passed away at 2 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013, at Meadowvale Health & Rehabilitation Center.
Born in Marion on Dec. 23, 1924, to Guy Henry and LaTressie (Sailors) Comstock, she married Carl E. Baublet on May 2, 1943, in South Whitley; he passed away Dec. 1, 1999.
A 1943 graduate of South Whitley High School, she was a homemaker and also worked at the Wells County Home for 12 years.

February 13th

RIVER STUDY: Fort Wayne looks into its downtown rivers

February 13, 2013

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — Fort Wayne is launching its first comprehensive study of the city's three downtown rivers as part of an effort to spur development along the waterways.

Mayor Tom Henry said Tuesday the study will examine environmental issues, flooding, navigation and recreation uses along the St. Joseph, St. Marys and Maumee rivers. The northeastern Indiana city was founded as a military fort in 1794 along the confluence of those three rivers.

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