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April 15th, 2013

VOGELY TO APPEAR IN COURT: Detective booked for OWI

April 15, 2013

LARWILL — A Whitley County Sheriff’s detective was arrested Saturday for operating a vehicle while intoxicated.

Chuck Vogely, 60, was booked into the Whitley County Jail Saturday at 5:35 p.m.

According to police scanner traffic, Whitley County received a call from Kosciusko County on a possible intoxicated driver, headed eastbound on U.S. 30.

Vogely was stopped in the Larwill area by a Whitley County Sheriff’s deputy.

He was arrested and booked by the Indiana State Police.

Norman Doud, 84

April 15, 2013

Norman D. Doud , 84, of Columbia City, passed away Thursday, April 11, 2013 at his home. Born in Fort Wayne, he was a son of Hubert and Nora (Goings) Doud. He retired in 1990 from Boilermakers 374 after 33 years.

April 13th

TOP CHEFS: Cooking contest heats up Eagle Tech

April 13, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — War was waged at Eagle Tech Academy Friday — a cooking war, that is.

Sophomore Spanish students at ETA participated in a cooking competition that not only brought out creative dishes, but creative learning as well.

Seventeen teams fought for the honor of “Top Chef.” Several of the classrooms were converted into mini, make-shift eateries, as students prepared and served dishes from Spanish-speaking countries.

LILLY SCHOLAR: Chandler Brown receives endowment

April 13, 2013

CHURUBUSCO — Out of 39 applicants participating in the Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship selection process, Chandler Brown, a senior at Churubusco Junior-Senior High School, was awarded the honor.Chandler is the son of Doug and Larisa Brown, and the older brother of Seth.

As the endowment’s recipient, Chandler receives full tuition to the Indiana college of his choice and a $900 yearly stipend for required books and equipment.His college of choice — Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute.

April 12th

Col. City pummels Lady Wildcats, 18-1

April 13, 2013

SOUTH WHITLEY — Columbia City’s softball team traveled to Whitko Friday evening to pick up its first win of the season — in prime fashion — with an 18-1 win.

After a scoreless first inning, the Lady Eagles tacked on three runs in the second frame.

Columbia City scored six more in the third, and nine in the fifth and final inning to make the score 18-1 with 13 hits.

“We finally hit the ball like we wanted,” Columbia City Head Coach Steve Cox said.

Winning pitcher Krysten Van Houten had nine strike-outs with no walks.

City wins baseball opener

April 13, 2013

WARSAW — Columbia City’s varsity baseball team was finally able to take to the diamond after three cancelled games due to weather.

While the weather held off for the Eagles’ Friday night game at Warsaw, conditions were not ideal, as temperatures were low and drizzle fell throughout the evening.

Both teams had to deal with the cold, but Columbia City managed to win a close game over the Tigers, 5-4.

The Eagle’s opening night starting pitcher, Jordan Bickle, took a no-hit bid into the fifth inning while on his way to earning the win.

Whitko tops Churubusco, 10-6

April 13, 2013

SOUTH WHITLEY — In a county-rivalry game against Churubusco, Whitko defeated the Eagles 10-6.

The Wildcats advance to 5-1 on the season while Churubusco drops to 2-3.
Alex Stoddard led Whitko with 4-for-4 batting, scoring three runs with an RBI.

“Stoddard was huge out of the lead-off spot, reaching base all five times,” Whitko Head Coach Erik Hisner said. “We had a lot of guys to a lot of little things tonight to help us earn this victory.”

ONE DEAD: Man killed, woman injured in Indiana garbage truck

April 12, 2013

TERRE HAUTE (AP) — A Connecticut man died and his girlfriend was seriously injured when they were compacted inside a garbage truck after spending the night in a trash bin, police said.

Police responding to a 911 call early Thursday found the body of 46-year-old Franschon Barr in the rear of the garbage truck near a Terre Haute hotel.

PROSECUTOR:: Barn with carcasses 'unprecedented'

April 12, 2013

SUMMITTVILLE (AP) — A prosecutor said Friday that an Indiana barn where investigators found starving animals living on top of more than 100 rotting carcasses was the worst case of animal cruelty he has seen, while one of the owners maintains that the conditions have been exaggerated.

No charges have been filed against the owners, but Madison County Prosecutor Rodney Cummings said "many counts of animal cruelty are a possibility."

Terry Pritchard, 64

April 12, 2013

Terry L. Pritchard, 64, of Columbia City, died at 2:40 a.m. Friday, April 12, 2013, at his home after a two-week-long battle with cancer.
He was born April 12, 1949, in Wolf Lake, the only child of Harry R. and Betty I. (Thompson) Pritchard.
His formative years were spent in Richland Township. He graduated from Larwill High School.
He was employed at Weatherhead, North American Van Lines for more than 24 years and Auto Zone.
His memberships included Sons of the American Legion, Eagles #1906 and ABATE of Indiana.

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