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August 28th, 2014

5-0 SWEEP: Eagle netters swept by Manchester

August 28, 2014

CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco’s boys tennis team fell in a 5-0 match to Manchester. The Eagles suffered difficult losses, including several sweeps.
Playing the most competitive match was Luke Lillmars in No. 1 singles. Lillmars fell 6-4, 6-2 to Manchester’s Connor Eichenauer.

17 SAVES IN LOSS: Lady Wildcats fall to Rochester, 4-1

August 28, 2014

ROCHESTER — Whitko’s girls soccer team traveled to Rochester Wednesday night and fell 4-1 to the Three Rivers Conference foe. Whitko’s lone goal was scored by Riley Insley in the first half, but the Lady Zebras tallied three goals in the first half and tacked on another in the second half for the win. Whitko goalkeeper Ilyssa Bennett posted 17 saves in the loss.

POINT-FOR-POINT: ’Busco volleyball tops Whitko in close match

August 28, 2014

SOUTH WHITLEY — Churubusco’s volleyball team traveled cross-county to South Whitley to take on the Lady Wildcats Tuesday night. The Lady Eagles picked up the win in a close, five-game match with Whitko.

HOTEL FITNESS: Championship tees off today

August 28, 2014

FORT WAYNE — Web.com’s Hotel Fitness Championship in Fort Wayne opens with the first round of golf today. Tee times began at 7:30 a.m. and the match will be aired on the Golf Channel. The championship consists of four rounds, with the final round on Sunday, weather permitting.
The Hotel Fitness Championship is held at Sycamore Hills Golf Club.

FIRST-AID: Middle schoolers become trained to save

August 28, 2014

Seventh-grade students enrolled in Whitko Middle School’s Family and Consumer Sciences class recently learned about first aid. Christine Miller, Whitko Middle School a registered nurse, presented and demonstrated to the students how to perform CPR, the Heimlich maneuver and basic first aid procedures. The students were then able to practice those skills on a manikin.

OUT WITH OLD, IN WITH NEW: Engine passed on to Richland Township

August 28, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — Less than two weeks ago, Thorncreek Township Fire Department unveiled a new fire engine for its station. As one new engine came into the department, another engine was let go.

COUNTY RIVALS: Eagles, ’Cats bring opposite styles to Friday’s game

August 28, 2014

SOUTH WHITLEY — Whitko and Columbia City are bringing two different styles of play to Friday night’s county-rivalry match up in South Whitley. Columbia City brings a competitive passing game, while Whitko ran much of its season opener on the ground last week.

Whitko quarterback Garrett Elder had a strong performance on the ground in the Wildcats’ season opener against Wawasee last week. Elder was the leading ballcarrier with 168 of Whitko’s 312 rushing yards, including an 80-yard break-away run for a touchdown.

Lavonne Galway, 89

August 28, 2014

March 4, 1928 — Aug. 26, 2014
Lavonne Irene Hobbs Galway, 86, of Columbia City, passed away peacefully of kidney failure at 7:21 p.m. Tuesday, August 26, 2014, at Parkview Whitley Hospital.
Born on March 4, 1928, in Grant County, she was the daughter of Noble D. and Dorothy O. (Long) Hobbs.
She had lived in Columbia City since 2001. Prior to her move, the majority of her life was spent in Marion.
She graduated from Marion High School with the Class of 1946 and Marion Business College where she studied business.

Robert Rucker, 84

August 28, 2014

July 26, 1930 — Aug. 26, 2014
Robert H. Rucker, 84, formerly of rural Columbia City, died at 3:50 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014, at Lutheran Hospital, Fort Wayne, where he was transported Sunday from Markle Health & Rehab.
He was born July 26, 1930, in Champagne County, Ohio, a son of William E. and Josephine (Hart) Rucker. His formative years were spent in Ironton and Springfield, Ohio.
He served in the U.S. Army from Aug. 12, 1951, until Aug. 1, 1953, serving during the Korean War.
On April 5, 1968, he was united in marriage to Sharon L. Braddock. They made their home in Whitley County.

LIMITING PHOSPHOROUS: City’s wastewater plant to face more regulations

August 28, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — Ever-increasing limitations and regulations have sent Columbia City’s Wastewater Department into debt, forcing discussions of upcoming sewer rate increases and frustration for citizens and officials alike.

Within city limits, phosphorous typically comes from fertilizers, chemicals and household cleaning products that go down the drain. Studies show that most phosphorous run-off into rivers comes from farmland.

CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco’s boys tennis team fell in a 5-0 match to Manchester. The Eagles suffered...
ROCHESTER — Whitko’s girls soccer team traveled to Rochester Wednesday night and fell 4-1 to the...
SOUTH WHITLEY — Churubusco’s volleyball team traveled cross-county to South Whitley to take on the...

 

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