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October 23rd, 2014
DECATUR â After a strong standing in the Three Rivers Conference, Whitkoâs football team is looking to continue its success through the poststeason at Bellmont Friday night. Whitko, which boasts a 6-3 record, faces a strong Bellmont team, whose record may not show how competitive they are.
COLUMBIA CITY â Many would describe Jan Greaf as outgoing, positive and energetic â thatâs what makes her perfect to be an owner of a Sears Hometown Store. Greaf, along with her husband Greg, have been co-owners of Columbia Cityâs Sears Hometown Store for 14 months, and Greaf has found her niche.
COLUMBIA CITY â A new playground is in the works for Columbia City, and the communityâs youth came together to raise funds for the park, Every Kidâs Dreamland.
Editorâs note: The following is the second of a three-part series on the Whitley County Chamber of Commerceâs Annual Recognition Night.
COLUMBIA CITY â Peabody Public Library is a jewel that has been shining bright in Columbia City for 113 years.
CHURUBUSCO â Board members for Smith-Green Community Schools were given a presentation on the newly revised fourth-grade curriculum Tuesday by Churubusco Elementary Schoolâs fourth-grade teachers.
WHITLEY COUNTY â For farmers across Whitley County, the fall harvest season and the long hours in the field have begun. Despite the cloudy skies and muddy fields, Whitley County farmer Brent Drew spent the majority of his day Tuesday harvesting in the fields northeast of South Whitley on County Road 350 West.
WHITLEY COUNTY â Motorists should use caution Thursday morning, as dense fog has covered the area, causing several school delays.
COLUMBIA CITY â Fahl, who as been a Realtor with Orizon Real Estate for 25 years, puts passion above paycheck when it comes to her job.
âI want to do more than sell homes, I want to invest in our community,â Fahl said.
Columbia City Water Department gave a tour of the cityâs Water Treatment Plant Saturday during the cityâs open house. Columbia City Mayor Ryan Daniel opened the doors to all city facilities for local residents to take tours and ask questions.
WHITLEY COUNTY â Current and prospective part-time employees for the county may be facing new changes in the form of hiring and benefits. In a bid to reduce cost and increase efficiency, the county would use Peoplelink as the personnel agency in regards to the hiring and payroll of current and part-time employees.