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March 12th, 2015

PASSAGES PROFILES: Client interaction with community a goal

March 12, 2015

COLUMBIA CITY — Passages Community Support Coordinator Brooke Dear spends a great deal of her time working with schedules, but still relishes her time working with clients.
Dear describes her main job as making the schedules and supervising Passages staff in providing opportunities for its clients.

LOW TURN OUT: Kindergarten round-up essential for all

March 12, 2015

COLUMBIA CITY — With a low turn out so far for kindergarten round-up for Whitley County Consolidated
Schools, officials are reminding parents how important kindergarten round-up is for the parents, incoming students and teachers.

WCCS’ kindergarten round-up is next Thursday, March 19, for all four elementary schools.
Officials are concerned about the low number of sign-ups so far, as the event is important to all involved.

March 11th

SPIRIT POSTER

March 11, 2015

In response to Columbia City Eagles Sectionals victory The Post & Mail and area businesses have come together to create a spirit poster to congratulate the basketball team and wish them luck in their upcoming Regional games.

Find a spirit poster inside the Thursday, March 12 edition of The Post & Mail.

BIDS RECEIVED: South Whitley to update water tower

March 11, 2015

SOUTH WHITLEY — South Whitley’s Town Council continued plans to update the town’s water tower at Tuesday’s meeting.

The council received bids from six companies offering their service of painting and repairing the tower to a “like new” condition.

The lowest price quote came from Civil Coating from Valparaiso, Ind. at a bid of $364,015.

LEAKAGE: Fire causes fuel to leak into ditch

March 11, 2015

SOUTH WHITLEY — A fire at a rural sawmill last month has caused pollution in area water sources.

On Feb. 23, the Yoder Sawmill at 4547 W. CR 300 S. experienced a major fire that consumed the business’ primary sawmill building on its property.

During the fire, numerous tanks containing diesel fuel and hydraulic fluid were damaged or destroyed, causing the products to release and absorb into the soil, according to Whitley County Emergency Management Director Charlie Heflin.

GOODBYE, OLD FRIEND: Kid’s Dreamland playground to be torn down this week

March 11, 2015

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s Park Department is bidding farewell to Kid’s Dreamland’s playground, as officials announced that demolition on the playset should begin this week.

For the last year, park officials have said that the wooden structure is unsafe, with pieces of the wood damaged and rotting.

“We are concerned for the safety of the children,” said Park Director Mark Green. “We would hate for anyone to get hurt on this structure.”

FOGGY conditions

March 11, 2015

Foggy conditions have caused numerous school delays in Whitley County.
Use caution and allow for extra time when traveling.

March 10th

TREASURES FROM THE MUSEUM: Happy Birthday, Mr. Vice President

March 10, 2015

COLUMBIA CITY — In Whitley County there is a generation that remembers the old building that was Marshall Memorial. Those who did not attend the school, and probably quite a few that did, were blissfully unaware of who the building was a memorial to.

Marshall Memorial, now the Marshall Building, is just one of the connections with Thomas Riley Marshall, former Indiana governor and 28th Vice President of the United States.

Marshall’s home on East Jefferson Street is now the home of the Whitley County Historical Museum and a treasure trove of Marshall memorabilia.

COLLEGE FUNDING DEADLINE: FAFSA must be completed before midnight

March 10, 2015

COLUMBIA CITY — Those who plan to attend college in the 2015-16 school year must complete their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by midnight tonight, Eastern Daylight Time.

As a major part of the college enrollment process, the FAFSA determines whether or not a student is economically qualified to receive government aid in the forms of grants, loans or work-study funds.

March 9th

EXPERIENCED PILOT GOES DOWN: Former Col. City man dies in small plane crash

March 9, 2015

SEBRING, Fla. — Donald Adams, previously of Columbia City, passed away after crashing his small plane in Florida last week.

Adams, 73 years old, crashed his plane 40 feet away from a home in Sebring, Fla., and officials say his experience as a pilot may have been what kept him from hitting the numerous homes in the area.

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