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August 16th, 2012

J.D. Geiger, 82

August 16, 2012

J.D. Geiger, 82, of North Webster, died at 11:35 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2012, at Mason Health and Rehab in Warsaw. He was born on Sept. 7, 1929, in Noble County, to Adrian M. and Mary R. (Birch) Geiger.
He was a lifetime Noble and Kosciusko County resident. He graduated in 1947 from Cromwell High School, attended International Business College in Fort Wayne and graduated in 1951 from State Police School at Indiana University in Bloomington.
On Sept. 12, 1948, in Kimmell, he married Bonita R. McLallin who survives.

Rex Kreger, 51

August 16, 2012

Rex David Kreger, 51, went to Heaven on Monday, Aug. 13, 2012. Rex was jogging at Strawtown Koteewi Park when he had a sudden heart attack that took his life.
He lived in Noblesville with the love of his life, his wife Laura. He was the beloved father of Chase and Marybeth.
Rex was born on Sept. 27, 1960, in Pierceton to Jerry and Joyce Kreger. He grew up in Pierceton with his two siblings, Jerry and Susan.

Myrtle Darstein

August 16, 2012

Myrtle J. Darstein died peacefully on Friday, Aug. 10, 2012, at Visiting Nurse & Hospice Home.
Born May 22, 1919, in Durango, Colo., she was the daughter of Frank and Louise (Dornte) Frech.
Myrtle became a lifelong resident of Aboite Township when the family returned to Fort Wayne in 1932.
She attended Bullard School and graduated from Arcola High School in 1937. Myrtle was a member of Trinity English Lutheran Church. She will forever be remembered for her graciousness, kindness, strength, love and humor.

August 15th

Columbia City tennis tops ’Busco, 5-0

August 15, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — Churubusco’s and Columbia City’s tennis team’s opened their season’s with an intra-county match Tuesday night at DeVol Field in Columbia City.

The host team took a lopsided 5-0 win, despite a close No. 1 doubles match.

Columbia City’s No. 1 doubles team of Mason Coverstone and Blake Fearnow won the first game, 6-4, but Churubusco’s Brandon Wormcastle and Landon Pearson battled back to win the second game 6-3.

Col. City golf wins by one stroke

August 15, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s girls golf home opener at Eagle Glen Tuesday couldn’t have been a tighter match.

The Lady Eagles beat Northeast Hoosier Conference foe Bellmont by one stroke, 194-195.

Jackie Leeuw and Jessica Klemm tied for match medalist for the Lady Eagles, both firing a 46.

Sydney Fort wasn’t far behind, scoring a 48. Allison and Bethany Yoder both shot a 51.

Though there was no official junior varsity match, Columbia City’s Taylor Daniel scored a 47, Mackenzie Lane shot a 48, Cheyenne Johnson finished with a 51 and Athena Arnold had a 55.

’Busco’s Lady Eagles open season with a loss

August 15, 2012

CHURUBUSCO — The Churubusco Lady Eagle volleyball team opened a new season, hosting the Leo Lady Lions in Tuesday night’s non-conference match up.

The Lady Eagles shook off first game jitters, but despite putting up an increasingly competitive fight as the evening went on, the host fell in three games 25-13, 25-19 and 27-25 to open the season.

FALL FESTIVAL: To become two-day event

August 15, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — The Fall Festival, originally planned to take place Sept. 22 has expanded into a two-day event.
“It has grown to be a bigger event than what we originally planned, which is great,” said Park Director Mark Green at the Columbia City Common Council meeting. “I think it will be really neat.”
Mayor Ryan Daniel said several people who were involved in the Fall Festival sat down last week and talked about turning it into a two day event.

‘BUSCO TEEN: Taiwan-bound

August 15, 2012

CHURUBUSCO — Katy Hockerman’s nomadic lifestyle all began when she was just a little girl and wanted an Irish accent.
“My dad told me that if I wanted that accent I would have to go to Ireland and live there for a while,” said Hockerman, 18, and a recent graduate of Churubusco Junior Senior High School.
After spending a year in Denmark in 2010-11, this young woman is taking a gap year from college and going to Taiwan for the 2012-13 academic year.
Hockerman has just been awarded one of 600 National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y) scholarships.

NEW PRINCIPAL: Looking forward to school year

August 15, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — School begins Tuesday for Whitley County Consolidated Schools, and it’s a toss-up who is more excited at Northern Heights Elementary School, the new principal or his three children.
Jake Hoag, 38, was born and raised in Columbia City. Now he is excited to be principal of Northern Heights Elementary School.
“All three of my children are students here, and they are as excited as I am. Not many people can say they work with their own children, but I can. I am so blessed,” said Hoag.

FIREWORKS ORDINANCE: City works to make amendment

August 15, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — With the Fall Festival approaching in September, an amendment was passed on first reading concerning the city’s Fireworks Ordinance at the Columbia City Common Council meeting Tuesday.
According to the City Fire Chief Tom LaRue, there were two issues being addressed in the amendment.
“There are two things. One portion of it is a clarification that we do not regulate anything other than consumer grade fireworks,” said LaRue.
Public displays of fireworks are governed by Indiana Code, according to the ordinance.

 

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