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November 15th, 2014
WHITLEY COUNTY â€” Snow is in the forecast for the weekend in Northeast Indiana.
As much as two inches of accumulation is possible by Sunday evening and early Monday morning, forecasters say.
Officials advise motorists to exercise caution as inclement weather rolls in, as typically there is a large increase in traffic accidents after the first substantial snow of the season.
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Rubik's cube, green plastic soldiers, and bubbles in Toy Hall of Fame
There are three favorites that are still getting a little playtime as new inductees into the National Toy Hall of Fame in Rochester, New York.
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WHITLEY COUNTY â€” In preparation for the upcoming winter season, a roundtable discussion was held Thursday at the Whitley County Government Center concerning transportation in the county during extreme winter weather.
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COLUMBIA CITY â€” Upon walking into school Monday morning, Indian Springs Middle Schoolâ€™s eighth graders were informed of a murder in the music room â€” a mock murder that is.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” State Sen. Jim Banks, of Columbia City, was named chair of the Indiana Senate Committee on Veterans Affairs and the Military last week. Banks is currently serving in Afghanistan with the U.S. Navy, and was re-elected last week to retain his position as state senator.
Pirates took the stage at the Newell Rice Auditorium at Columbia City High School last weekend for the schoolâ€™s fall musical, â€śCopacabana,â€ť based on Barry Manilowâ€™s song.
WHITLEY COUNTY â€” Thursday morning brought a light dusting of snow to Whitley County, and as many know, it wonâ€™t be the last snow of the year.
With potential for accumulation this weekend and a long winter to come, Whitley Countyâ€™s Emergency Management Agency Director Charlie Heflin is doing some extra preparation for the winter season by assembling a winter response team.