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October 4th, 2011

National treasure? South Whitley man’s research said to be included on ‘Decoded’

October 4, 2011

SOUTH WHITLEY — South Whitley may have its own “national treasure” when it comes to artifacts preserved by Kenneth Andrew Bauman.
For 17 years, Bauman has researched the connection to a sword and special coin his family discovered.
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Double vision: Twin Pintos thriving; owners plan June show

October 4, 2011

COESSE – Remember those twin foals born in Whitley County on March 26?
Now they are five-months old and playing on 43 acres of field, forest and stream in Huntington County.
Eric, Laura and Brianna Mason are hard-working people who were doubly blessed this spring when the dam Lil Miss Botique (Tiki) foaled twins at Conley & Koontz Equine Hospital in Coesse at five minutes until midnight, March 26.
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Shipman tabbed to lead EDC initiative

October 4, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — The Whitley County Economic Development Corporation announced this week that grant administrator Lori Shipman is leading the organization’s newly-established community development initiative.
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Lt. Gov. visits Columbia City

October 4, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — Indiana’s second-highest ranking elected official paid a visit to Whitley County Tuesday, talking to local politicians and touring a downtown building, walking in the footsteps of Whitley County’s most famous citizen in the process.

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October 3rd

’Busco runs at NECC meet

October 3, 2011

LIGONIER – Churubu-sco’s boys’ and girls’ cross country teams competed in the Northeast Corner Conference meet Saturday morning at West Noble, with the girls placing sixth and the boys taking seventh.
West Noble fared well on its home turf with six girls runners in the top 20, led by fourth place Anissa Richards with a time of 19:56, to give the team a second place finish. The Charger boys team won the boys race.

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Roush wins NHC, Zoltek finishes fifth in boys race

October 3, 2011

FORT WAYNE — Lady Eagle runner Samantha Roush raised her win streak to four Saturday morning at the Northeast Hoosier Conference Meet in Fort Wayne.
Sophomore first team all-NHC Roush finished seven seconds ahead of her nearest opponent (19:15), Olivia Hippensteel of Carroll and the rest of the Lady Charger pack.
Though Roush won the race, Carroll controlled the 2-7 slots in the Lady Chargers win by 59 points over second place Homestead.

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Columbia City tennis makes history, again

October 3, 2011

WARSAW — The Eagles tennis team wasn’t ready to end their stand-out season at Warsaw’s sectional Saturday.
After its first win in over 30 years against Homestead a couple weeks ago, Columbia City walked away with its first sectional in the school’s history.
The Eagles fought off the week’s rough weather and a 2-1 deficit to overcome Warsaw in the championship match.
Many area sectional matches were postponed for rain, forcing several teams to play two matches in one day.
The Eagles won in a lopsided 5-0 match over Whitko in the first round.

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September 30th

Columbia City drops second consecutive NHC game

October 1, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — There are many reasons that a game can get away from a team. Sometimes it’s missed opportunities that send a team down to defeat, while other times turnovers may be the culprit.
Friday night was a combination of early missed scoring opportunities, five turnovers and a last second field goal that handed the Columbia City Eagles a 17-14 Northeast Hoosier Conference loss at the hands of the visiting East Noble Knights.
“We just beat ourselves,” Eagle head coach Randy Hudgins said. “Missed opportunities were the biggest thing.”

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Whitko falls one point short of North Miami

October 1, 2011

DENVER — Whitko lost its first Three Rivers Conference game of the season by one point Friday night at North Miami, 14-13.
Unfortunately for the Wildcats, a last-minute spark in Whitko’s offense wasn’t enough to take the win.
With the Wildcats down 14-7 and less than three minutes left in the game, Whitko’s defense had its hands full. Literally.
Defensive tackle Andrew Warren caught an interception to give the Wildcats the ball on the North Miami 32-yard line.
Quarterback Alex Stoddard and Austin Mort went to work on an under two-minute touchdown drive in an attempt to tie the score.

’Busco flies high over Culver’s Eagles

October 1, 2011

CHURUBUSCO — ’Busco Head Coach Lee Etzler described the playing predicament as difficult in the team’s 18-14 win over the Culver Academy.
“We had tough field conditions, tonight. The field gets a little sloppier and we’re spinning in the mud a little bit,” Etzler said.
The field was already water-soiled and muddy from a week of rain, and the weather conditions Friday night did nothing to help the matter.

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Columbia City soccer player Shila Tolliver signed to play soccer at Huntington University Thursday...
CHURUBUSCO — With a 5-2 win in the season opener against Woodlan and another win over Oak Hill...
HUNTINGTON — Columbia City’s boys track team opened its season with a loss at Huntington North...

 

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