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January 10th, 2013

TODAY IN SPORTS

January 10, 2013

Here are the sports headlines in Thursdays's Post & Mail:

ISMS girls open with win

Indian Springs 8th-grade girls win 51-6

Bonds, Clemens denied; Hall of Famers glad

Colts' offensive coordinator released from hospital

IN THE HEADLINES

January 10, 2013

Here are the headlines in Thursday's Post & Mail:

Pierceton Woods addresses Kimbler escape

Flu virus spreads across Indiana

South Whitley discusses utility sale

Former businesswoman set as new treasurer for County

South Whitley's new grub hub

January 9th

WEATHER UPDATE: Rain may lead to floods

January 9, 2013

Warmer temperatures will bring a 70% chance of rain Thursday and Friday and more rain possible over the weekend. There is a risk of high water in some areas due to the large amounts of rain coupled with the melting snow. Weather officials warn motorists to avoid driving through water that may appear to be to deep. For weather advisories, follow The Post & Mail on twitter at @ThePostandMail.

Supporting the extra chromosome

January 9, 2013

Columbia City’s girls basketball team is supporting Down Syndrome Awareness at Saturday night’s Northeast Hoosier Conference game against Homestead. The Lady Eagles will be holding a silent auction, as well as taking donations for DSANI, Down Syndrome Association of Northeast Indiana.

’Busco loses in NECC tourney

January 9, 2013

CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco’s boys and girls basketball teams played host to their Central Noble counterparts Tuesday in the opening round of the Northeast Corner Conference basketball tournament.

Both Churubusco teams fell to defeat with the Lady Eagles losing 39-36 and the boys’ team dropping a 55-36 contest.

While both Eagle teams lost — relegating them to the consolation bracket of the tourney — the paths they took were quite different.

City finishes on Wright side of thriller

January 9, 2013

SYRACUSE — Countless hours of practicing free throws paid off for Aubrey Wright Tuesday night at Wawasee.

After taking a 7-0 lead to start the game, the Lady Eagles gave up the lead for the first time in the contest with 17 seconds left to play. Facing a 46-45 deficit, Wright was fouled with 10.9 seconds on the clock and knocked down both shots from the charity stripe to win, 47-46.

Wright led the team in scoring with 15 points and also tallied five steals and six rebounds. Alyssa Hansen also hit a shot from behind the arc, and Emily Whiteleather scored six in the first quarter.

TRIED AS ADULT: Alleged attempted murderer, Kimbler,17, appears in court

January 9, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Dakota Kimbler appeared in Whitley County Circuit Court Monday for a pre-trial conference.

Kimbler, 17, is being charged as an adult after he hid inside a vehicle and shot a former Whitley County Sheriff’s Reserve Officer.

Kimbler was arrested Dec. 9 for attempted murder and attempted car-jacking. He allegedly escaped from Pierceton Woods Juvenile facility and hid in the back of a car owned by Johnny Couch, who had just finished working his shift at Paragon Medical.

CHANGING CHAIRS: WCSC swears in new members, appoints board president

January 9, 2013

PIERCETON — It was back to school Monday for Whitko Community School students and back to work for the school corporation’s Board of Trustees.

An organizational meeting was held for the purpose of welcoming newly-elected and re-appointed board members. Georgia Tenney and Joe Begley were sworn in as the two new members.

SUPERINTENDENT TALKS SECURITY: WCCS discusses school safety

January 9, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Whitley County Consolidated School District Board of School Trustees heard from WCCS superintendent Dr. Pat O’Connor on Monday regarding the future of school safety in the district.

This discussion came in light of the December shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. After meeting with local law enforcement, O’Connor said these partnerships will be the engine that drives school safety.

ALLOCATIONS FOR ANIMALS: Council reviews CEDIT, examines humane shelter funds

January 9, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — The Whitley County Council heard the highlights of the County Commissioners plan for the County Economic Development Income Tax (CEDIT) plan during its first meeting of 2013 Tuesday.

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