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May 30th, 2013

ON TAP: Col. City clarifies sewer ordinance

May 30, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City passed a modification to its sewer ordinance on first reading at the common council meeting Tuesday.

Citizens will not be allowed to have taps that flow into the sewer. The addition to the ordinance, which passed unanimously, is that all current connections to the sewer system will be grandfathered in and will not be considered illegal.

BIKE TO SCHOOL DAY: Mary Raber promotes health, safety

May 30, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Bicycles scattered the lawn at Mary Raber Elementary School this morning, as scores of students rode their bikes as part of Bike to School Day.

The school began participating in the event last year in an effort to raise awareness for bicycle safety and to promote exercise, and students have given it the thumbs-up.

“It’s fun,” fifth grader Wyatt Krider said.

“It gives us a chance to get out and ride our bikes with our friends.”

Though many students only ride their bicycles to school on the special day, that’s not the case for all of them.

LOCAL IMPACT: South Whitley town policies tabled

May 30, 2013

SOUTH WHITLEY — Town council members had numerous issues on their agenda Tuesday night that will eventually impact South Whitley residents.

However, decisions were tabled until the next meeting of the South Whitley Town Council, June 11 at 6:30 p.m.

Policies and ordinances being discussed revolved around the town’s grass clipping collection as well as utility shut-offs.

Clipping collections

Traditionally, South Whitley residents living within the town limits have been able to have their grass clippings collected by the town.

BIKES GALORE

May 30, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY (May 30, 2013) -- Students are encouraged to ride their bikes to school today as part of National Ride Your Bike to School Day and Mary Raber Elementary School children are taking part.

See today's Post & Mail for coverage of the event as well as students' comments on biking to school.

May 29th

Churubusco falls to Jets in sectional semifinal

May 29, 2013

FORT WAYNE — Churubusco’s baseball team saw its season come to an end Tuesday.

The Eagles lost to Adams Central, 13-10, in a sectional semifinal contest at Indiana Tech.

A comeback by Churubusco fell just short. The Flyin’ Jets had a 5-1 lead after three innings.

Four more runs from Adams Central in the fourth made it 9-1. Churubusco was equal to the Jets in the fourth frame by chipping in four as well to bring the margin to 9-5.

Columbia City defeats Central Noble

May 29, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — It was a banner day for the Columbia City boys golf team.

The Eagles beat Central Noble, 150-186, at Eagle Glen Golf Course Tuesday, coming together for an impressive team effort.

Columbia City was led by medalist Spencer Klimek, who shot a 34, good for two-under par. Teammate Tyler Green was right at par with a 36.

All told, the five Eagle varsity golfers outscored the top Cougar golfer, as Max Dryer and Matt Benedict both had scores of 40 and Cameron Slavich was at 43. The top Central Noble golfer shot 44.

Top students celebrated

May 29, 2013

Piereceton Elementary School’s top three students from each third-grade classroom won a pizza party with Principal Eric Speicher for third trimester of Accelerated Reading.

Pictured clockwise, from left: Breanna Kennedy, Branigan Gayheart, Speicher, Isaiah Kyles, Reese Bradford, Danielle Kelly, Alexis Funnell, Abbi Metz, AJ Fortman and Ryan Brown.

End of school year brings out-of-norm events

May 29, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY ­ — Columbia City High School students spent Friday outside for a time of carnival-style events and games.

Struggle Day is held each spring, at the end of the school year, to help celebrate the months spent inside the classrooms.

Both Whitley County Consolidated Schools and Smith-Green Community Schools will continue classes into June.

Columbia City High School’s last day of school is June 10 with high school graduation ceremonies slated for June 14 at 6 p.m. in the gymnasium.

Smiles with the Governor

May 29, 2013

Northern Heights Elementary School fourth graders took a field trip to Indianapolis Friday.

While touring the Statehouse the students met Governor Mike Pence who took time to stop for a photo with several students from Lisa Kissinger’s and Teri Harmon’s classes.

Banking big bucks

May 29, 2013

During its annual Live United Campaign, donations and pledges were collected for United Way of Whitley County.

In the end, the nonprofit raised $202,000 for its work in financially supporting other nonprofits in the county that “inspire hope for a better tomorrow.”

Pictured are Campaign Co-Chairs Jacie Worrick (left) and June Keiser (right) presenting United Way’s Executive Director Cindy Baker with the fundraising check.

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