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July 26th, 2015
Brickyard 400 race fans were greeted to a gorgeous early Sunday morning in Indianapolis, but that could change later. There is a 40 percent chance for thunderstorms late afternoon and early evening Sunday, but forecasts indicate weather â€“ with the exception of predictable high 80-degree July temperatures â€“ should not affect the race.
KYLE BUSCH READY FOR BRICKYARD VICTORY
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) â€” Kyle Busch has the kind of trophy collection most NASCAR drivers would envy: monsters, lobsters, even wine.
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Three people are dead and several others injured after a gunman began shooting inside a movie theatre in Lafayette, Louisiana.
Two special features will come in Friday's edition of The Post & Mail.
In sports, the 2014-15 Athletes of the Week will be featured. The Post & Mail also named two athletes of the year.
The 2015 Pets on Parade will also be featured Friday.
Camp Whitley 1946
Front row: Mary Lois Goble, Jean Lee Mullendore and Â±Â±Joan Heinley. Back: Madalyn Â±O'Doud, Bernice Carver and Julie Crouch.
The Whitley County 4-H Fair concludes today with the animal auction.
The auction begins at 10 a.m. Thursday in the Show Barn.
Columbia City volleyball is preparing for the Hoosier Open tournament on Wednesday and Thursday at Bishop Dwenger High School. molly Green is shown hitting in a warm-up drill prior to Tuesday's workout.
The 4-H Large and Small Animal Round Robins are today in the showbarns. See the 2015 fair schedule under the "Special Sections" tab at the top of this page.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Rodney Atkins will headline a major concert event tonight at the Whitley County 4-H fairground.
Opening acts Breaking Tradition and Natalie Stovall and the Drive will begin the show that begins at 7 p.m.
Tickets are still available on eventbrite.com for $25 before the show or at the gate for $30.
Despite turmoil leading up to the event, there were no reported issues at this year's pig wrestling event.