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May 9th, 2012

East Noble baseball tops Col. City

May 9, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City fell to East Noble 6-5 last night in a Northeast Hoosier Conference battle at Columbia City.

The Eagles have now lost three straight games by one run. Columbia City’s record now stands at 9-8, with a 1-4 record in the NHC.

The Eagles scored five runs on 11 hits with one error, while East Noble scored six runs with 11 hits and no errors.

Whitko falls to Rochester

May 9, 2012

Whitko’s softball team lost to Rochester Monday, 7-0.

The Lady Zebras grabbed four runs in the second inning and three more in the sixth to make the final score 7-0.

Karissa Olinske pitched all seven innings for the Lady Wildcats. She had two strike-outs, gave up a walk, 10 hits, seven runs and five errors in 30 at-bats. Though the Lady Wildcats never made it to home plate, Whitko managed five hits, led by Olinske with two.

Audra Day, Cassie Jones and Emily Weigold all recorded one hit apiece. Weigold led the team in put-outs with four.

Columbia City golf falls to East Noble

May 9, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s golf team hosted and lost to Northeast Hoosier Conference foe East Noble Tuesday night at Eagle Glen.

East Noble’s Michael Sharp fired a one-over par as the match’s medalist with a 37, leading the Knights to the 160-176 win. The visitors posted three scores under 40.

The course’s ninth hole was again a problem for the Eagles, who posted three double bogeys and a triple.

“We haven’t played our home course very well,” Columbia City Head Coach Andrew Thompson said. “In all reality, 16 shots weren’t going to be made up in the ninth hole.”

Col. City boys, girls take fourth

May 9, 2012

NEW HAVEN — The Northeast Hoosier Conference Track and Field Meet had some expected outcomes Tuesday night.

Both the as-expected closely-contested girls’ competition, where second through sixth places were separated by only 28 points, and the favored Carroll boys held off host New Haven and Homestead to join the Carroll girls as team champions.

But there were also some surprises, as an improving Columbia City boys team more than doubled its point total from last year to take fourth.

HODGES GETS GOP TREASURER NOD: County primary results tabulated

May 9, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — Republican candidate for Whitley County Treasurer Laurell Hodges defeated Cindy (Greer) Doolittle to become the Republican candidate for Whitley County Treasurer in Tuesday's primary election.
Hodges received 44.34 percent of the vote (3,909) to Doolittle's 39.09 percent (1,999). Tammy Plew finished third with 747 votes, or 16.57 percent of the vote.
In the race for three at-large slots on the Whitley County Council, all three Republican incumbents held on to represent their party in the November election.

May 8th

CASTING A BALLOT

May 8, 2012

SOUTH WHITLEY — Cleveland Township resident Natalie Thorne signs her signature prior to casting her ballot Tuesday as Poll Clerk JoEllen Fitch assists. This year, Cleveland Northeast and Cleveland Northwest voting location moved from the Cleveland Township Fire Station to the South Whitley United Methodist Church, lower level.

PARTNERSHIP: Local manufacturer partners with WHS students

May 8, 2012

LARWILL — Locally-based contract manufacturer Red Star Manufacturing, Inc. recently collaborated with Whitko High School to support component manufacturing for a custom-ordered 10-ton plastic injection molding machine.
In late 2011, Red Star owner Scott Werstler approached Whitko Engineering and Welding Technology teacher Jay Ocken about providing his students with hands-on experience with tools and techniques in component manufacturing.

SOUR NOTES: Band students short on funds

May 8, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City High School band members are frequently seen in the community performing at football games and basketball games. They are a competitive team and a talented ensemble representing the community in parades as well as honoring our local veterans in several events. Although successful and growing, the band is experiencing a shortage of funds.
With help from the CCHS Band Boosters, a nonprofit organization in charge of raising funds for the program, Helen Foster, the director of bands at CCHS, is asking for the community’s help in funding the band program.

POSTPONED: Hearing delayed for driver in DUI death

May 8, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — Prosecutors in Whitley County delayed the hearing Monday of a man involved in a fatal car crash April 29 in southern Whitley County that killed a three-year old boy.
According to officials in the Whitley County Circuit Court, as well as a spokesperson from the Whitley County Prosecutor’s Office, the hearing slated Monday morning for Mya Tha Tun, 52, of Fort Wayne, was delayed and no future court date has yet been set.
Police say Tun was intoxicated when the vehicle he was driving slammed into a van carrying a family of six.

CURB THOSE FRIDGES: Col. City announces annual trash pickup

May 8, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — The 2012 Columbia City trash pick up will be divided up into two weekends this year. The city will be divided down Main Street (Ind. 9). The west side of the city will be picked up on Saturday, June 9 starting at 6 a.m. The east side of the city will be picked up on June 16 starting at 6 a.m. All trash will be picked up at the curb side or alley.

WALTON — In its first meeting with Lewis Cass, Churubusco’s football team fell to the Kings, 16-7...
SOUTH WHITLEY ­— Whitko’s Lady Wildcat volleyball teams faced off against the Manchester Lady...
COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s girls golf team is continuing to stay near the top of the Northeast...

 

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