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September 14th, 2011

Player of the Week — Jason Nicodemus

September 14, 2011

Churubusco’s Jason Nicodemus led the Eagles to four straight wins with standout contributions in each game.

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Warsaw sweeps Col. City

September 14, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — The Lady Eagles fell to a strong Warsaw volleyball team Tuesday night in three games.
Several small errors turned into a lopsided loss for Columbia City.
“We made little errors that cost us the match,” Lady Eagle Head Coach Trish Hinen said.
Columbia City took a 6-2 lead in game one, but watched it slip away as mistakes plagued the Lady Eagles.

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’Busco shuts out Lakeland

September 14, 2011

CHURUBUSCO — Some-times the greatest opponent a team faces is not across the net, but itself.
Sometimes the greatest task is not producing one point or another, but maintaining focus when the points come easily. Such was the case for the Churubusco Lady Eagle volleyball team when it squared off against the Lakeland Christian Academy Lady Cougars Tuesday night.

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Eagle tennis takes it a step further

September 14, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City Tennis Coach Marcus Moore recently challenged his players to “take their performance to another level.”
Tuesday night against East Noble, the Eagles did just that, winning 5-0 over a competitive Knight team at Devol Field.

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September 13th

Evelyn Bobilya, 95

September 13, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — Evelyn M. Bobilya, 95, of Columbia City, died at 11 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 11, 2011 at Avalon Village, Ligonier where she had been a resident since 2005.
She was born Aug. 7, 1916 in Albion, a daughter of Victor and Clara H. (McLallin) Edwards.
She attended Albion Grade School and graduated from Wolf Lake High School in 1936.
On March 20, 1937, she was united in marriage to Eugene W. Bobilya.
They made their home in Fort Wayne until 1956 when they moved to a farm north of Big Lake in Noble Township, Noble County. Mr. Bobilya died Nov. 22, 1993.

Betty Byrd, 85

September 13, 2011

Betty Jane Byrd, 85, of Churubusco, passed away at 9:45 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 11, 2011 at North Ridge Village Nursing Home, Albion.
Born Aug. 1, 1926 in Allen County, she was the daughter of Paul and Alice (Mason) Guillaume.
She grew up in Allen County and attended Huntertown High School.
She married Leonard Byrd on April 14, 1944 in Churubusco, where they set up housekeeping.
They moved to Columbia City in 1968 and after her husband’s death, she returned to Churubusco in 2009. She was a homemaker and housewife.

Deanna Ruble, 71

September 13, 2011

Deanna Kay Ruble, 71, formerly of Whitley County, passed away Friday, Sept. 9, 2011 at 3:33 p.m. after a long courageous battle with cancer, in Columbus, Ohio at a Hospice Treatment Center.
She and her husband, Dr. James Ruble resided in the Whitley County area off Derby Drive for 34 years.
She was the office manager in her husband’s practice for 46 years here in the Fort Wayne area, until they retired in 2006.
They then moved to Jefferson City, Missouri in 2007, where Doctor Ruble serves as a General Dentist at a correctional facility in Tipton, Mo.

Doodlebug progress

September 13, 2011

SOUTH WHITLEY — With a ground-breaking ceremony held in May, the west side of the South Whitley Town Park has transformed into a colorful playground as Doodlebug Village (Phase I) was completed on Friday. Irving Gravel Co., Fort Wayne, placed pea gravel in the village on Friday to complete the first phase. In the future, Adventure Mania (Phase II) will be located on the east side of the park with a fire truck and swings to be incorporated into the play section. Scott Weekly, with Irving Gravel, and South Whitley utility employee Ron Anderson were on site as the pea gravel was unloaded.

‘Meat’ the Kriders The art of steak carving a family affair

September 13, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — There are three generations of the Krider family and they all love to work with meat.
Robert and Richard Krider began Krider’s Meat Processing in 1977. It wasn’t long before Robert’s son, Randy, wanted to quit his job and join his uncles. So the Viking Corporation owed Randy a week’s worth of vacation and he gave his notice and began working at Kriders.
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Larwill council ratifies ’12 budget

September 13, 2011

LARWILL — The Larwill’s 2012 budget has been established and was approved by council members last week in the amount of $99,977.
“Nothing has changed (from 2011 budget),” Clerk-Treasurer Renee Sills said.
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