Judging for 4-H projects took place Tuesday morning at the Whitley County 4-H Center
Unofficial report of a funnel cloud on west 500 N. in Etna Township.
Weather spotters also noted rotation near 700 North and 250 West.
U.S. 30 westbound has been reopened after being closed for 50 minutes due to a car-semi crash that scattered debris over the intersection. Traffic had been re-routed onto Lincolnway.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” A semi struck a car at the intersection of U.S. 30 (west bound) and West Lincolnway.
Both west-bound lanes of U.S. 30 are currently closed and drivers are being diverted north onto Lincolnway.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” The skies in Columbia City have turned dark as a storm with potential for severe weather is rolling into the county.
Stay tuned for breaking weather announcements.
Commuters on their way to work Monday morning should use caution, as a blanket of fog has covered much of the Whitley County area.
Last week in The Post & Mail:
â€˘Details emerge concerning new high school voter referendum
â€˘Fundraising starts for city pool project
â€˘Road closures and reasons detailed
â€˘Build up for 4-H Fair in the news
â€˘HIV testing begins at local health department
â€˘Hinen family boosts 4-H landmark
â€˘Two local Bicentennial projects given nod
â€˘County employee compensatory time becomes an issue
â€˘Winter wheat harvest examined
â€˘Morsches Park tourney photos and results
â€˘Local man charged with strangulation
â€˘Sink hole in street gets a remedy
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