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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Just a few miles from the home where he spent his teenage years, Jeff Gordon strapped himself into a midget car, was pushed onto the 1/4-mile dirt track in the third turn at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and started turning laps.

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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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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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KENDALLVILLE—The Eagles had a tough outing when they played Knights.  East Noble jumped out early and never looked back eventually winning the game 22-1.

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The Lady Eagles softball team destroyed the Lady Barons 23-0.  The win was bolstered by three homeruns for Columbia City.  Hayley Urban went yard in the first inning followed by Hannah Lickey who legged out an in the park homerun.  Brooke Lickey followed suit in the third inning with a homer…

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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A new Indiana state budget awash in federal coronavirus relief money will give a sizeable funding boost to public schools while also paying for numerous economic grant programs and construction projects.

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COLUMBIA CITY—Churubusco walked away with the victory 7-3.  The game was close through three innings with both teams adding just one run to the scoreboard.  'Busco broke it open in the fourth inning. Gordan smacked a double to right field scoring two runs.  Snyder hit a sacrifice fly to left…

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The Columbia City softball team open their new field destroying the girls from Wawasee 19-1.  Prior to the game two ceremonial first pitches were thrown to commemerate the moment.  The first pitch was thrown by Columbia City Athletic Director, Khelli Leitch.  The following was read prior to …

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The golfer's from the three county schools converged on Eagle Glen for the all county meet.  Columbia City took home first with a score of 147.  Whitko scored 195 to secure second place followed in third by Churubusco with 240 points.  Andrew Hedrick recorded the low round on the day shootin…

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The Eagles picked up their first win of the season and the first on their new field.  "I was really proud of our pitching battery last night.  I thought our catcher, Preston Henschen did a great job of calling the game from behind the plate and controlling their running game.  Our pitcher, B…

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The Columbia City Eagles began their season opener earlier this week by falling short to the Central Noble Cougars, 17-7. The Eagles began to ease into the momentum of the game by getting two runs within the top of the second and third innings but Central Noble was right behind them by bring…

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SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Ali Patberg scored 17 points to help fourth-seeded Indiana beat No. 1 seed North Carolina State 73-70 on Saturday night, sending the Hoosiers to the regional final for the first time in school history.

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Churubusco— All three schools came together in Churubusco for an all county Track and Field event. The weather was perfect for the athletes to perform. Churubusco girls ended the day in first place with a score of 100 points. The Columbia City Boys took top honor by posting a score of 81. 

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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Gov. Eric Holcomb is set to outline Indiana's upcoming COVID-19 plan Tuesday evening in a speech a year after he issued a statewide stay-at-home order during the early days of the pandemic.

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It is time to sign up for spring soccer.

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Whitko’s Bryce Tucker has signed a letter of intent to attend Manchester University to better further his athletic and academic careers. Those who came to support Bryce during his signing, are as pictures from left to right, top to bottom being: (top) JV/Pitching Coach-Logan Swartzentruber, …

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Major League Soccer has extended its deadline for negotiating adjustments to the existing collective bargaining agreement until Feb. 4 and warned it is prepared to lock out players if a deal isn't reached by then.

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The Centers for Disease Control published a scientific paper jointly authored with the NFL on Monday detailing efforts the league made to get through the pandemic-altered 2020 season.