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February 1st, 2013

IN THE HEADLINES

February 1, 2013

Here are the headlines in Friday's issue:

Molestation case puts meth charges on hold

CCHS articulates higher education values

CCUMC blood drive

Sen. Banks proposes new name for bridge

30-car pile-up leaves five injured

TODAY IN SPORTS

February 1, 2013

Here are the sports headlines in Friday's issue:

County grapplers prep for regional meet

Col. City wins final regular-season game

Sectionals begin for Lady Eagle swim team

Whitko girls win on senior night

Carl Becker, 89

February 1, 2013

Carl E. Becker, 89, of Fort Wayne, passed away at 12:31 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 31, 2013, at Parkview Regional Medical Center, Fort Wayne.
Born May 7, 1923, in Pulaski County, he was the son of Peter and Matilda (Moise) Becker.
He graduated from Winamac High School with the Class of 1941. Carl served in the U.S. Navy during World War II from 1943-46.

Rosalie Steller, 85

February 1, 2013

Rosalie Steller, 85, passed away Jan. 9, 2013, at The Citadel Care Center in Mesa, Ariz.
Rosalie was born to Lezeth and Justice Bennett Jan. 22, 1927, in South Whitley.
She was preceded in death by her parents; brothers, Garland and Jim Bennett and her husband, Robert.
Surviving relatives include her older brother, Chuck (Vesta) and their extended family; her sisters, Lavona Shelley and her extended family and Phyllis Joann Beck and her family.

January 31st

ARRESTED FOR THEFT: Nurse at retirement home suspected of theft

January 31, 2013

Marshall County – An investigation conducted by the Indiana State Police landed a Lakeville woman behind bars. Tuesday, state police were notified that a resident of Miller’s Merry Manor in Plymouth was the victim of an alleged theft. Police were informed that a resident had discovered one of their credit cards was missing.

COUPLED PRODUCTS: From the owners

January 31, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Excitement may center around Drew’s and Johnson’s new-found leadership of Coupled Products LLC, but with the purchase of the business, owners also inherited a picket line.

Now into month 20, the amount of workers on strike has decreased from 29 to 21.

Although strikers declare unfair labor practices, Drew said Coupled Products has an “excellent workforce in the plant” and “dedicated employees” who will support the company.

However, from the picket line, workers are not so supportive.

Prepping for regional

January 31, 2013

Whitley County’s wrestlers are prepping for the regional competition Saturday at Carroll High School. Pictured, Whitko’s Greg Newman tries to turn Northrop’s Logan Aldrich in the 113 pound finals.

LIKE LOSING A KID: Pittenger, CCPD excited to find K9 Stryker safe

January 31, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — “That was probably the sickest feeling I’ve had in law enforcement,” K9 handler Tim Pittenger said.

Pittenger’s police dog, Stryker, went missing Tuesday afternoon, but was found Wednesday morning in Allen County, at least eight miles from home. One of the Columbia City Police Department’s investments was stranded in Tuesday night’s thunderstorm, and ended up in a goat pen on Hathaway Road.

“My husband and I were getting ready to leave and I saw him in the pasture,” Arani Wentland said. “The goats were all lying around him.”

COUPLED PRODUCTS: Ownership douses picket-line rumors

January 31, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — With the announcement of new ownership for Coupled Products LLC, Columbia City, questions have been raised as to the changes President Jonathan Drew and Director of Operations Tina Johnson might implement.

More than five years after a split from the then-bankrupt Dana Corporation, Coupled Products LLC was sold to Michigan-based TJD Industries. The manufacturing company makes fluid routing products for the automotive industry.

ATTENDENCE POLICY: WCCS clarifies

January 31, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Attendance is important, and a presentation made at the Whitley County Consolidated Schools Board of School Trustees meeting Monday emphasized that.

WCCS superintendent Dr. Pat O’Connor said the board is an agency of the state and is required to enforce attendance.

Currently, there is a policy in the school district for attendance enforcement. If students have difficulty maintaining their attendance, there are steps the district takes to help with the problem.

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