July 1st, 2015
A little girl enjoys the crowd at Tuesday evening's baseball tournament games at Morsches Park
â€¢There's a free concert in Columbia City Friday night
â€¢Pig wrestling brings in big money
â€¢Piece of 18th century history featured
â€¢â€™Busco offers options for storm clean up
â€¢Man headed for bench trial for more than 20 alleged child sex crimes
â€¢Youth baseball league coverage
â€¢Peabody Library July events calendar
â€¢Local funeral service write ups
â€¢State cigarette tax may go up
â€¢State and national news
Sweet Beats, a Beatles tribute band, will be performing for free on Friday night before the Wheeler Mechanical Fireworks show at Morsches Park.
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The parade will continue as scheduled, officials say.
The parade begins at 6 p.m. at Main and North streets and finishes at Ellsworth Street.
Blustery cool winds invaded Whitley County early Saturday, with straight line gusts downing large tree limbs throughout the area. Power outages were also reported.
Meanwhile, overnight rain continued throughout the day Saturday, with precipitation expected to continue through 7:30 p.m.
A 24-hour rain total of 3.58 inches was reported 5 miles south of Columbia City.
Also, local communities are encouraged not to call police asking for road and weather conditions, according to Indiana State Police.
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The Old Settlers Days festival in downtown Columbia City will conclude on Saturday night.