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July 29th, 2015

CLOUDS AND THUNDER: Weather for Wednesday, July 29, 2015

July 29, 2015

Whitley County residents may want to take an umbrella today. What is starting as an overcast day will turn into rain and thunderstorms at approximately 3 p.m.

ROAD CLOSURE:Towerview Dr. to close Thursday morning.

July 29, 2015

Towerview Drive at State Road 205 will be closed to all traffic beginning at 6 AM on Thursday, July 30, 2015 for approximately two weeks. Barricades will be placed near Hanna and Towerview and staggered for local traffic access only. There will be no access through the intersection.

AROUND THE TOWN: Cross-county cyclist stops in Col. City

July 29, 2015

South Korean Byungtack Cheon stopped in Columbia City Monday during his cycling trip from Los Angeles to New York City.

July 28th

GETTING CLOSER: Crews continue work on new playset

July 28, 2015

Crews are continuing work on Columbia City's "Every Kids Dreamland"

A grand opening for the playset, located in Baker Park, will be held in early September.

SUNSHINE: Weather for Tuesday, July 28

July 28, 2015

With a high of 86 degrees and sunshine with some clouds, today is a great day to hit the lake in Whitley County. No rain in the forecast until early tomorrow morning along with a low of 68 degrees.

Photo of the week

July 28, 2015

COESSE SEWER PROJECT BEGINS: Crosby excavating begins work

July 28, 2015

Workers from Crosby Excavating have begun work on the the Coesse Sewer project. Work is expected to be largely completed in 45 days.

July 27th

LOOK UP IN THE SKY: Haver Brothers use huge crane to lift machinery to roof

July 27, 2015

Haver Brothers used this tall crane to lift an air exchanger to the roof of the building in the 100 block of North Chauncey St. Monday afternoon.

PIERCETON: Man dies in accident

July 27, 2015

A Pierceton man was killed in a farming accident Monday evening.

What's up this week...

July 27, 2015

This week in The Post & Mail:

  • Top news you need to know from throughout Whitley County.
  • Opinion pieces, local columnists and letters to the editor will challenge readers.
  • Crime news from the police blotter will inform.
  • School news, births, weddings and engagements – plus complete obituaries – fill The Post & Mail.

 

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