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Treva Holt, 90

December 3, 2012

Treva M. Holt, 90, of Warren, passed away at 9:43 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 30, 2012, at Heritage Pointe in Warren.
She was born on Monday, Feb.13, 1922, in Larwill, the daughter of Lester and Cleo (Barnes) Souder.
Surviving relatives include one daughter, three sons and three grandchildren.
Visitation will be held at Glancy-H. Brown & Son Funeral Home 203 N. Matilda St., Warren Tuesday from 10 to 11 a.m.
A service to celebrate Mrs. Holt’s life will be at Glancy-H. Brown & Son Funeral Home 203 N. Matilda St., Warren at 11 a.m. on Tuesday with the Pastor Kathy Newton officiating.

Peggy Glassley, 83

December 3, 2012

Peggy L. Glassley, 83, died suddenly at 4:34 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 2, 2012, at Parkview Whitley Hospital, Columbia City.
She was born in Whitley County on Sept. 6, 1929, the daughter of Leland and Mildred (Jackson) Rouch.
Mrs. Glassley spent most of her childhood in Noble County and graduated from Albion High School.
She moved to South Whitley in 1958 and married Phil L Glassley on Oct. 13, 1973, in Angola.
They moved to Tri-Lakes in 1980 and resided there until moving into Columbia City in 1998.

Lady Eagles fade into 59-52 loss to Carroll

December 3, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — One of the most difficult things to determine in sports is why a team goes away from what has been successful.

The Columbia City Lady Eagle basketball team used an aggressive full-court offense that helped them build double-digit leads against the visiting Carroll Lady Chargers in Saturday’s first half.

Poor free-throw shooting and lack of a consistent offense against Carroll’s pressure allowed the Lady Chargers to escape with a 59-52 Northeast Hoosier Conference win.

DENSE FOG ADVISORY

December 3, 2012


According to the National Weather Service of Northern Indiana, there is a dense fog advisory in effect until 11 a.m. EST this morning.

December 1st

POLICE PRESENCE: Police allow off-duty vehicle use in city

December 1, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — The controversial topic of police take-home cars received another policy change in November.Columbia City Police officers are now allowed to have restricted off-duty use. According to the new policy, police are allowed to drive their cars while off the clock — as long as they stay within the city limits.

“Unless the officer lives outside the city limits, the vehicle should not be anywhere else,” CCPD Chief Tim Longenbaugh said. “The reason for that is it needs to benefit Columbia City and its citizens.”

CHRISTMAS CANDY: Firemen sustain sweet treats for kids

December 1, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — Christmas Eve, firemen with the Columbia City Fire Department will partake in a tradition spanning 125 years.

The holiday candy and orange give-away has been one way the fire department serves the community. The event will be held on Christmas Eve from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Courthouse and is open to all children.

Tom LaRue is Col-umbia City’s fire chief. He remembers the annual event as a child.

LEEUW SINGS AT BIG CAME: CCHS senior performs at Lucas Oil

December 1, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — Jackie Leeuw, a senior at Columbia City High School, was the only representative from Whitley County at the state football championship last weekend.

Leeuw had the opportunity to walk the grid at Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, home of the Colts — not compete, but to perform the “Star Spangled Banner.”

“I talked to Geoff Penrod (athletic director for CCHS) and told him I wanted to sing the National Anthem,” said Leeuw. “He made all the arrangements.”

HOMECOMNG: Two 'Busco soldiers return home

December 1, 2012

Two U.S. National Guard soldiers returned home from a year in Afghanistan. Jake Krider and Travis Collinsworth were escorted into town by members of the American Legion, police and fire departments. Patriotic signs, American flags and cheers of support greeted the two soldiers. The two men were celebrated at a party where they were joined by family and friends. The pair are both Churubusco High School 2005 graduates.

November 30th

POOL CLOSURE: Creates mixed feelings

November 30, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — For 52 years, the Burnworth Memorial Pool has been part of Columbia City’s aquatics — but a recent decision by the Columbia City Park Board to opt-out of its lease agreement, closing the pool in 2014, has left some community members with mixed emotions.

The tough decision was finalized after board members took hundreds of surveys into consideration from open community forums and online submissions.

WITH ARMS WIDE OPEN: Local residents give back to dedicated organization

November 30, 2012


Editor’s note: The following is the second of a two-part series on the mission-minded efforts of Rob and Beth Arms.

COLUMBIA CITY — When representatives from Destiny Rescue gave a missions presentation to members of New Hope Wesleyan Church, they did not know that Rob and Beth Arms, of Columbia City, were looking for an opportunity to give back.

 

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