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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Health announced today that 302 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at state and private laboratories. That brings to 754,724 the number of Indiana residents now known to have had the novel coronavirus following corre…

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Troopers from the Indiana State Police- Fort Wayne Post will be promoting safe travel over the 4th of July holiday weekend with increased enforcement patrols.To increase safety for all motorists, the Indiana State Police will be participating in Operation CARE (Combined Accident Reduction Ef…

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The Whitley County Notification System released a traffic advisory: AVOID U.S. 33, between S.R. 205 & 550 E., for the next 3-5 hours due to a traffic accident.

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Please join Churubusco Charity Car, Truck, and Motorcycle Show for their 10th Anniversary Charity Car Show. This will be their biggest car show yet as they celebrate 10 years of giving back to the community and some local charities. As always the proceeds will go to scholarships, food banks,…

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IBEW Local Union 723 is hosting the 6th Annual Durand Courtney Golf Outing at Eel River Golf Course on June 6, 2021 at 2pm. This event raises money to support another Brother or Sister in need. Tickets are $65/person and registration must be received by May 28, 2021. Please call the Hall at …

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Beginning Saturday, May 29, the Russel & Evelyn Fahl Aquatics Center will be open daily from 12 p.m. through 7 p.m., with the exception of Sunday's which will have the hours of 12 p.m. through 5 p.m. The official season runs from  Memorial Day weekend through Labor day weekend. See the a…

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In honor of Memorial Day, Columbia City will be holding their annual 10K as a reminder for those servicemen and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice to this country.

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Around 8:59 A.M. this morning, an explosion and fire rattle Columbia City. Power around the area is out, with traffic signals being impacted. Stay clear of Line Street as Fire Services are still continuing to put out the fire. 

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Different businesses around the Warsaw area have been having a fun time with what is being called a 'Sign War'. Boggs Pit Stop originally started this 'war' within the past week while other business have been fast to jump in on the fun. Wihebrink Landscape Management and Penguin Point were a…

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Mark your calendar's for Friday, May 28 for the Rotary Fish Fry that will take place from 4 p.m. through 7 p.m. or until sold out. Proceeds from the fish fry will help support the Columbia City Rotary Club as well as providing funds to community programs such as Go Baby Go and Giving Gardens…

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The Russel & Evelyn Fahl Aquatic's Center is in the process of cleaning and filling the pool for this summer! Be sure to watch for more updates on opening details from the Aquatic's Center and The Post and Mail.

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May 6 is the National Day of Prayer.  County residents gathered this morning to pray.  National Day of Prayer Whitley County will meet at noon at the Gazebo and again at 6:30 p.m. for a community prayer event.

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Come out on Friday, May 7 at 4 p.m. to celebrate a ribbon cutting ceremony for Ohki Alley! This is a wonderful introduction for Columbia City's first ever First Friday!

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Enjoy Indiana’s outdoors, this Sunday, May 2, w/free entry to Indiana DNR properties AND free fishing! Get free admission to Indiana's state parks, reservoirs, recreation areas and forests where you can picnic, hike,relax by yourself and more. Plus, since Sunday is an Indiana Free Fishing Da…

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INLAND TROUT STOCKING: Prior to hatching, all of Indiana’s inland rainbow trout make the long journey from Washington State to Bodine State Fish Hatchery. Bodine receives eyed eggs from Trout Lodge each January to hatch and rear in the raceways. In June, the 4-inch-long fingerlings are haule…

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Be sure to mark your calendars for next Friday, May 7 as Columbia City hosts their very first, First Friday event in Downtown Columbia City. First Friday events will run from 6 p.m. through 9 p.m. and will including local entertainment, vendors, food trucks, Downtown shopping and more! This …

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Earlier this week, Mayor Ryan Daniel presented the Tree Board President, Ken Lundguist, with a Proclamation to recognize his accomplishments with the committee over the past 12 years.

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The Whitley County Health Department is having a COVID-19 vaccination clinic.  The clinic will be held at the First Church of God at 1200 Depoy Dr., Columbia City, IN 46725.  This clinic is by appointment only.  To schedule your appointment call 211 or 1-866-211-9966.  You can also go to Our…

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Do you have a project at home you need some help with?  The youth group at Community of Hope Church is looking for missions opportunities to serve in Whitley County!  Please submit your project need with approximate cost (if any), name, contact phone number and location to Christine at The S…

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On April 17th from 9am-Noon, the City will have a Street Department employee at the Mulch pile at the back of Morsches Park to load trailers/back of trucks with leaf mulch. This will be a one-time event only.*If all mulch has been taken by this time, this event will be cancelled.

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COLUMBIA CITY—The Columbia City Police Department received reports this morning that a man with a gun was seen outside of City Hall.  Units responded immediately and the man was taken into custody. He was questioned and then taken to the hospital for observation.  A gun was recovered at the scene.

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Moo-Over is giving you the opportunity to name an ice creme flavor. All you have to do is guess the 5 different ice creme flavors they're offering but while you're blindfolded. If you can do this, you will not only get a Moo-Over t-shirt swag item but you will also get to name the newest fla…

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A Whitko Jr. Sr. High School student has taken the chance to step up for something she believes in by helping raise money for the Whitko K-9 Program. Sophomore Maddie Wolf has recently started her own business and spoke on the matter by saying, "Whitko has been trying to raise fund for a K-9…

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 WARSAW, IN—On Tuesday, March 23rd, Whitko Community Schools' leadership attended a by invitation only event hosted at WarsawHigh School. The goal of the event was to discuss and encourage community leaders and members to adopt resolutions in support ofpublic schools. Whitko leadership is sh…

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Columbia City, IN— Columbia City Police Department is ramping up enforcement this spring to protect students going to and from school. Over the next couple of months, officers will be positioned along bus stops and routes watching for stop-arm violations and unsafe driving behavior. 

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Columbia City Connect is inviting you to join them Downtown Columbia City for this year's Cabin Fever Event! Welcome in the new spring weather by coming to enjoying all that Downtown Columbia City has to offer.