September 29th, 2014
COLUMBIA CITY â In the midst of a snowstorm, sometimes officials are faced with the decision to send children home early from school before roads become impassable. After last yearâs difficult winter, Whitley County Consolidated Schools officials are planning ahead for the event of an early emergency dismissal drill.
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A school bus crashed on Lincolnway west of Columbia City. Nobody was injured. Read today's paper for more information.
COLUMBIA CITY â Fall has officially arrived and the Columbia City Main Street Association has announced the schedule of events for the 2014 Whitley County Fall Festival.
The event has been moved to downtown Columbia City and will be Saturday, Oct. 11 from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
COLUMBIA CITY â Joyce Lawrence, a resident of rural Whitley County, was surprised to receive a phone call informing her of a sizeable amount of cash she had won.
âIt was more than two weeks ago when I received the phone call,â said Lawrence.
COLUMBIA CITY â Stacy Quinn, 18, left her home in Columbia City this summer for basic training with the U.S. National Guard.
As she went through each obstacle placed in front of her, Private Quinn never wavered in her determination and positive attitude.
COLUMBIA CITY â Many adults create a âbucket listâ of things they aim to accomplish at some point during their lifetime.
Gary Lamle, of Columbia City, added to his list after watching a television show about antique tractors driving across the Mackinac Bridge in Michigan.
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COLUMBIA CITY - Police have received enough information to potentially identify the suspect in the alleged Columbia City purse snatching cases, thanks to the help of area news sources and social media.
Officials said Friday night they appreciate the help of local residents and the information they've provided.
To read more on this story, see the Weekend Edition of The Post & Mail.
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