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April 26th, 2012

SOON TO BE FORMER PARKS: Col. City could vacate 3 properties

April 26, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City Park Board members will soon address the vacating of Mayor Park, North Side Garden and Langeloh Park in Columbia City with Park Director Mark Green to compose a letter to City Council members.
“I think you (park board) have to basically suggest to the city council that you would like to vacate those three parks or put them up for sale,” Mayor Ryan Daniel said in Monday evenings park board meeting. “And, your suggestion being those proceeds of those (parks and garden) going back into the general fund for Columbia City Parks.”

Whitko softball beats Tippy Valley

April 26, 2012

SOUTH WHITLEY — Whitko’s softball team grabbed a Three Rivers Conference win Wednesday night against Tippecanoe Valley, 9-1.

Though the Lady Vikings scored the first run of the game in the first inning, Tippy Valley didn’t cross home plate for the rest of the game.

Whitko, on the other hand, scored nine runs in the third and fourth innings. Karissa Olinske and Hannah Cokl scored two runs apiece.

Audra Day, Hannah Himes, Aly Nicodemus and Emily Weigold each added a run as well.

Olinske pitched all seven innings with nine strikeouts, one walk and gave up seven hits.

PARK, CEMETERY CRACKDOWN: City establishes fines for violations of cemetery, park hours

April 26, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — Two ordinances were approved on second reading concerning city cemetery and park hours at Tuesday’s Common Council City meeting.
Mayor Ryan Daniel said the reason the city established the ordinances was to give the police department the ability to remove people from any cemetery or park maintained by the city after hours.
“Frankly, we’ve been having trouble with a segment of our youth population in the cemetery being in there after hours, “ said Daniel.
The hours established for individuals to be in the cemeteries are from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Lady Eagles down Homestead, 3-0

April 26, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — You know it’s a tough ballgame when the losing pitcher who strikes out the first eleven batters she faces, only gives up two hits for the game and gets defeated 3-0.

That’s exactly what happened to the Homestead Lady Spartans when they visited the Columbia City Lady Eagles for a Northeast Hoosier Conference softball game on a wet cold Wednesday evening.

The Lady Eagles parlayed a Spartan error and two hits from the bottom of the order and 14 strikeouts from pitcher Cassie Vodde into a 3-0 win.

Locals prep for All-Star game

April 26, 2012

FORT WAYNE — The 20th Annual Nancy Rehm/Border Wars Classic All-Star Games will be Saturday at the University of Saint Francis’ Hutzell Center.

Columbia City Head Coach Chris Benedict will be coaching the boys team, which has Whitko stand-out Logan Irwin and Churubusco’s Tyler Arrowsmith on the roster.

The girls game begins at 5 p.m. and the boys at 7 p.m.

Also included are 3-point shooting contests for the girls and boys and a slam-dunk contest for the boys.

JEREMIAH THE ANGEL?

April 26, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — Jeremiah is typically known as a Biblical prophet. But to Brandon and Elizabeth Bauer, Jeremiah is a different servant of God.

Elizabeth and the Bauer’s three children were saved by who they call, an “angel”, Tuesday afternoon when their house caught ablaze.

A man only known as “Jeremiah” was driving by the Bauer residence when he saw smoke coming out of the side of the house.

April 25th

NO HEN-PECKING ALLOWED: City council shuns chicken ordinance

April 25, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — In Tuesday’s meeting, the Columbia City Common Council recommended back to the Animal Ordinance Committee that they would not like to see a chicken ordinance.
The discussion was brought up after Robin Lahrman made a presentation at the council’s last meeting April 10, suggesting there be a change to the city’s ordinance to allow chickens (hens) in city limits.
Mayor Ryan Daniel addressed the council in Tuesday’s meeting asking them to talk about the feedback they received as well as their own concerns.

READY FOR THE STAGE: C.H.S. to perform ‘Cinderella’

April 25, 2012

CHURUBUSCO — The silver is polished, Prince Charming’s castle is sparkling and the glass slippers are ready to be placed on Cinderella’s tiny feet.
The Churubusco Junior Senior High School’s fine arts department present Rodgers & Hammerstein’s “Cinderella” Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
This enchanting musical has 15 cast members and an orchestra. Each have practiced for months for this special event.
Playing the title role is Maranda Partin and playing Prince Charming is Cullen Fisher.
The musical is directed by Elizabeth K. Piercy.

PICTURE OF HISTORY: New 'Busco mural will commemmorate popcorn stand

April 25, 2012

CHURUBUSCO — History is being recreated for the Churubusco Main Street Project in the form of a Popcorn Stand Mural that is now finished by students of Churubusco High School.
Art students Gretchen Meinzen, Morgan Beverly, Kayleen Mitchell, Gabby Jones, Savannah LeFever and Sydney Hunsberger worked for over a month on the black and white mural of Clarence and Fern Brumbaugh’s popcorn stand that sat on the corner of Main and Whitley streets in Churubusco from 1929 to 1942.

Oma Tennant, 92

April 25, 2012

FORT WAYNE — Oma Isabelle (Reeg) Tennant, 92, or Fort Wayne, and formerly of Larwill, died Tuesday April 17, 2012, at St. Anne’s Nursing Home.
She was born April 3, 1920, a daughter of the late Frank and Rozzie (Bentz) Reeg.
She was married to Dr. David Lewis Tennant on Nov. 9, 1940, and he preceded her in death Feb. 5, 2002.
She was a graduate of Larwill High School and was a member of Wayne Street Methodist Church.
Oma was a stay-at-home mother and was involved in her children’s many activities.

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