October 17th, 2014
OSSIAN â€” When a football team puts up 35 points to break a six-game losing streak, itâ€™s usually the offense that gets the glory.
Make no mistake, the Columbia City offense did its job, part of which was to keep possession to keep the potent Norwell offense on the sidelines, but this night it was four big plays by the Columbia City defense that helped spur the Eagles to a 35-34 overtime win over their Northeast Hoosier Conference foe on a brisk windy night in Wells County.
The newest edition of the monthly Whitley County Real Estate Guide is now on newsstands throughout the Whitley County area.
The free publication offers pages and pages of housing listings to enable prospective homeowners to achieve their American Dream. In addition to starter homes, there are dozens of listings for those who may wish to upgrade their housing.
It's all the new issue of the Whitley County Real Estate Guide, now available.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Nicholas Ianucilli is following in his familyâ€™s footsteps and joining the military. â€śA lot of my relatives have joined the military, and I have a sense of honor. I want to help the country I live in,â€ť Ianucilli said.
FORT WAYNE â€” For those amateur explorers and scientists looking to learn more about the world beneath their feet, the Three Rivers Gem and Mineral Society will be holding their 53rd Annual Gem, Mineral, Fossil, Lapidary and Jewelry Show and Sale today through Sunday at the Allen County Fair Grounds.
Four- and five-year-old children from Stepping Stones Preschool went to the Merry Lea Environmental Center Farmstead for a field trip. The angora goat (pictured) enjoyed their company. On the trip, children learned that life on the farm is hard work. They pressed apples for cider, ground corn, made â€śmagicâ€ť muffins and helped feed farm animals.
Columbia Cityâ€™s girls golf team held its awards ceremony Sunday. Pictured from left are: Abbey Polanco, Most Improved Award; Cheyenne Johnson, Coaches Award; Macenzie Lane, Season Low Average, MVP and 1st-Team All-Conference; and Taylor Daniel, Mental Attitude Award.
March. 2, 1917 â€” Oct. 13, 2014
Thelma Curry, 97, from Ruskin, Fla. passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her family Oct. 13, 2014.
She was born March 2, 1917, in Leesburg. She was the town clerk for Columbia City for over 25 years. She was the bookkeeper at the same feed store in Columbia City which her husband, the late Harold Curry managed.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Whitley County is going all-out for Halloween this fall, with approximately eight events to celebrate the holiday. In conjunction with those events, The Post & Mail is holding a special contest for those participating in Halloween activities â€” an online costume contest.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” The City of Columbia City is opening the doors to all of its facilities Saturday for a special open house for residents to offer a behind-the-scenes look. The open house will be held from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday. Fire trucks and police squad cars will also be available for tours.
WHITLEY COUNTY â€” An innovative new facility is currently in the works to be built in the Park 30 Business Center, east of Columbia City north of U.S. 30, to house new manufacturing companies and to bring additional jobs to the county.