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April 18th, 2011

Eagles own ’Busco Invite

April 18, 2011

   CHURUBUSCO — For the Churubusco boys’ track team winning their own Churubusco Invitational track meet is becoming habit-forming.
   Under cold and drizzly conditions Saturday the host Eagles claimed their fourth straight title, more than tripling the score of the runners-up.
   The Eagles claimed titles in nine individual events and two relays on their way to scoring 180 points to outdistance both Jimtown and Eastside, who tied for second with 56 points each.

City sees better day, takes sixth

April 18, 2011

   FORT WAYNE — Saturday’s weather conditions weren’t ideal but the Columbia City boys’ golf couldn’t complain at the end of the day.
   A sixth-place finish at the Fort Wayne Northrop Invitational wasn’t so much about where the Eagles finished but the improvement head coach Andrew Thompson saw out of his players.

Eagles place amongst tough field

April 18, 2011

   FORT WAYNE — Year in and year out, the North Side Relays pit some of the best runners in boys’ track and field against one another.
   Saturday, Columbia City was a part of that mix. The Eagles made their mark packing four relays and one individual in the top six.

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April 15th

Company wants paid for project's work stoppage

April 15, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — When contaminated soil was found under railroad tracks in Columbia City earlier this year, it brought to a grinding halt, progress on a sewer extension project planned by the city for some time.
The bureaucratic red tape involved with contacting the Indiana Department of Environmental Management was relatively painless, as government-involved procedures go.
It’s the delay and its effect on the contractor hired to do some of the work that may prove the most costly to local government entities.

Bradley Scott, 55

April 15, 2011

Bradley E. Scott, 55, formerly of Wolf Lake, died Wednesday, April 13, 2011 at IU Health Arnett, Lafayette. He was living at Milner Community Health Care in Rossville.
He was born Jan. 15, 1956 in Noble County, a son of the late John H. and Evelyn L. (Oliver) Scott.
Surviving relatives include his wife, Maria and a daughter, Angie Scott.

Taxpayers to lose Homestead credit, not deduction

April 15, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — Auditors offices around the area are being inundated with phone calls lately because of taxpayer confusion surrounding the word “Homestead.”
“We had 94 calls in two days,” said Whitley County Auditor Jen McGuire.
She said that number is low because it’s just the number of callers who talked to one employee in her office.
“He kept track,” she said.
The confusion — the elimination of a three-year homestead credit on Indiana tax bills.

State plans funding for all-day kindergarten

April 15, 2011

INDIANAPOLIS — After months of penny-pinching and budget-hacking, and following a heated debate where proposed state legislation drew the ire of Indiana teachers, Gov. Mitch Daniels and both branches of the state government are declaring some good news on the education front.
In what state lawmakers say is a rare joint announcement, House Speaker Brian Bosma R-Indianapolis along with Senate President Pro Tempore David Long R-Fort Wayne and Daniels announced their support for an additional $150 million investment in K-12 education, emphasizing early learning
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Hospital plans spring health festival

April 15, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — Heartbeats, Parkview Whitley Hospital’s spring health fair, will be 7 to 10 a.m. May 7 in the lower-level auditoriums of the hospital, located at 353 North Oak Street, Columbia City.
Screenings will include:
Blood Chemistry 17 ($20) – Assesses the health of the major organs as well as cardiac risk. A 10- to 12-hour fast is recommended. Water is permitted.
TSH ($20) – A blood test for the thyroid.
PSA ($20) – A blood test for the prostate.
Hemogram ($8) – A blood test for anemia/iron.
Other screenings and additional healthcare information will include:
Balance checks

Whitko chefs win 2 of 3 awards at benefit cook-off

April 15, 2011

Emcee R.D. Schrader, board president of The Center for Whitley County Youth, insisted that all team members competing at the Benefit Cook-off Thursday evening were amateurs.
But could amateurs prepare such delicacies as Coffee- and Coco-dusted Duck Breast or Crostina with Chocolate and Sea Salt?
Whitko Culinary Arts students under the direction of Theresa Daggett can and did, winning two of the three awards given out by Todd Blanton, program director and Jeff Wike, executive director at The Center.

George Corkwell, 91

April 15, 2011

George R. Corkwell, 91, of Ellenton, Fla., and also of Albion, died Saturday, April 9, 2011, at Sarasota Memorial Hospital in Sarasota, Fla.
Mr. Corkwell was a die setter for General Electric in Fort Wayne for 18 years, retiring in 1982.
He was a World War II veteran of the United States Army serving as staff sergeant in the 38th Division, receiving three Purple Hearts.
He was a member of the Big Lake Church of God in Columbia City.

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