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November 26th, 2014
More than 50 small businesses are being celebrated in a special section of The Post & Mail's expanded delivery edition on Thanksgiving Day. This is the third year that The Post & Mail has published on Thanksgiving Day.
Thursday's big Post & Mail is packed with local news and features, plus tons bargains for Black Friday and Small Business Saturday. The newspaper has more than a dozen pre-printed advertising circulars inserted into the big holiday edition.
WHITLEY COUNTY â€” As tensions rise among consumers against retailers regarding Thanksgiving shopping, many residents of the county are choosing not to shop on Thursday. â€śWe refuse to shop any store that is open on Thanksgiving,â€ť said local resident Angela Knezevich in a post on The Post & Mailâ€™s Facebook page. â€śItâ€™s sad how retailers have hijacked the family holiday.â€ť
COLUMBIA CITY â€“ All households in the greater-Columbia City area will receive Thursday morningâ€™s huge Thanksgiving Day edition of The Post & Mail.
The complete Thursday newspaper will be filled with local news you need to know and important consumer savings as the holiday shopping season begins in earnest.
In fact, more than 53 local advertisers are participating in The Post & Mailâ€™s big Small Business Saturday promotion, there will be more than a dozen pre-print inserts packaged in the holiday issue â€“ plus tons of other advertising throughout the newspaper.
CHURUBUSCO â€” After much time and effort, the Churbusco Town Council has officially approved a comprehensive plan regarding the suggested future zoning for the town.
The comprehensive plan was assembled by Sturtz Public Management Group, a Churubusco-based company.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Faced with growing expenses in several areas and a desire to market the facilities on a year-round basis, the Whitley County 4-H Inc. Board announced last Thursday at its annual meeting a change in policy that will allow beer and wine at the 4-H Center under certain circumstances.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” The Board of Directors of Whitley County 4-H, Inc. welcomed five new members at its annual meeting Thursday night at the 4-H Center. With no nominations from the floor, the proposed slate of candidates was approved by acclamation. Board members elected are Jeremiah Geiger, Andy Weaver, Gregg Palmer and Carl Brown. Not pictured is Lori Heuer.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” A Columbia City man was arrested for taking photos up a womanâ€™s skirt at a local grocery store. Brandon Davies, 27, has a previous conviction for voyeurism and was arrested last week for an incident that happened Nov. 5 at Kroger in Columbia City.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Vast power outages have been reported through much of Columbia City Monday morning.
Officials say they hope power will be restored within the next 1-2 hours (noon-1 p.m.), however due to high winds and other factors, and exact time is not known.
Officials advise motorists to use caution at intersections with non-working stoplights.
A FLOOD WARNING HAS BEEN EXTENDED FOR THE EEL RIVER AT NORTH MANCHESTER UNTIL WEDNESDAY MORNING.
...VERY WINDY CONDITIONS EXPECTED TODAY...
A WIND ADVISORY MEANS THAT SUSTAINED WINDS OF 30 MPH...OR GUSTS OVER 45 MPH ARE EXPECTED. WINDS THIS STRONG CAN MAKE DRIVING DIFFICULT...ESPECIALLY FOR HIGH PROFILE VEHICLES. USE EXTRA CAUTION.
AN INTENSE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL MOVE NORTHEAST ACROSS THE
UPPER GREAT LAKES TODAY RESULTING IN VERY WINDY CONDITIONS IN OUR
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Philanthropist: a person who seeks to promote the welfare of others.
No better word describes the devotion and dedication of John Lefever to the Whitley County community.
Tuesday night, Lefever was honored by the Whitley County Community Foundation for his 20 years of service as a board member.
â€śWe are so blessed that he has been a part of our cause,â€ť said WCCF Executive Director September McConnell.