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October 20th, 2014

CROSS COUNTRY REGIONAL: Lady Eagles stay hot on cold day

October 20, 2014

LIGONIER — Temperatures in the low 40s, wind gusts to 30 miles per hour and a spitting mist — all of these greeted the teams and individuals at the West Noble IHSAA Cross Country Regional on a cold, gray Saturday morning. The weather was cold, but the Columbia City Lady Eagle team was hot enough to advance to next Saturday’s New Haven Semi-State by virtue of a fourth-place team finish.

COUNCIL APPROVES SALARY: Minor adjustments to city ordinance

October 20, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s Common Council approved its annual salary ordinance for its 80 city employees last week. After an approximate $1,000 raise for employees last year, there were little changes to the salary ordinance for 2014. One change is the addition of volunteer fire assistance pay.

Roger Stuckman, 95

October 20, 2014

July 15, 1919 — Oct. 17, 2014
Roger Stuckman, 95, a well known Noble County dairy and grain farmer, died at 1:50 a.m. Friday Oct. 17, 2014, in the North Ridge Village in Albion.
He was born July 15, 1919, in Noble County, a son of Jay and Drusilla (Wysong) Stuckman. He completed his education at Wolf Lake High School.
Roger was never married and spent his entire life on the family farm near Big Lake where he specialized in Holstein dairy cattle.
He was a member of the American Holstein Association and world renowned authority on the genealogy of Holsteins.

Buthene Sampuda, 89

October 20, 2014

Nov. 3, 1912 — Oct. 16, 2014
Buthene Wineland Sampuda, 89, of Millington, Tenn., died Oct. 16, 2014.
She was born Nov. 3, 1924, in Columbia City, the daughter of Clair and Grace N. (Braddock) Wineland.
She was preceded in death by her husband, George Sampuda, Jr.; infant twins, Thomas and Ann Sampuda, and sister, Darlene Wineland Goodrich.
She is survived by a son, George C. Sampuda (Carla); three grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and a brother, Donald C. Wineland.

Cora Barney, 92

October 20, 2014

Aug. 18, 1922 — Oct. 18, 2014
Cora Barney, 92, of Columbia City, passed away at 6:15 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014, at Renaissance Village, Fort Wayne.
Born Aug. 18, 1922, in Kosciusko County, she was the daughter of Ralph J. and Pearl C. (Goppert) Bailey.
She was a Kosciusko County resident until her marriage to William C. Barney on May 22, 1984. She then moved to Columbia City. She graduated from Pierceton High School with the Class of 1941.

Joe Kreider, 75

October 20, 2014

Oct. 18, 1938 — Oct. 17, 2014
Joe A Kreider, 75, a Columbia City native, died at 2:45 p.m. Friday, Oct. 17, 2014, at Hendricks Regional Health, Danville, where he was admitted on Sunday after suffering a stroke.
He was born Oct. 18, 1938, in Washington Township, a son of Howard D. and Opale S. (Salesman) Kreider. His formative years were spent in Washington Township where he started high school, transferring to Columbia City Joint High School his junior year, graduating with the Class of 1957.

VIDEO: "Unacceptable" in Chicago: Is Brandon Marshall right?

October 20, 2014

SI.com's Andrew Perloff and Aaron Nagler respond to Bears' WR Brandon Marshall's comments following Chicago's Week 7 loss to the Miami Dolphins.

October 19th

BAND ADVANCE: Columbia City High School's marching band goes to finals

October 19, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City High School’s Marching Eagles have spent 257.7 hours in practice and performance preparing for this year’s season.
For the 38 members of the band, it was worth the effort, as the Marching Eagles are advancing to the Scholastic Finals after a strong performance in the qualifying round last week at Homestead — for the first time in school history.

October 18th

GAMES AND GORE: Columbia City Parks Department hosts mother/son Halloween party

October 18, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s Park Department hosted its first mother/son Halloween party Friday night at Morsches Park.
A spin-off of the department’s annual father/daughter dance, officials said they wanted to spread the fun to mothers and sons as well, creating the fall event.

FEATHERS FLY: Busco Eagles take down Fairfield 35-20

October 18, 2014

CHURUBUSCO — It was a battle among the aerial predators Friday night as the Churubusco Eagles faced off against the Fairfield Falcons for the right to hold the coveted Birds of Prey Trophy.
Busco went into to Friday night’s game having lost six times to Fairfield in the last eight years, but the Eagles decided to put a feather — a falcon feather in their caps and defeat Fairfield 35-20.

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