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May 25th, 2012

POLL RESULTS: Relaxation the key for this long weekend

May 25, 2012

The online Post & Mail results reveal that relaxation is the plan for this long Memorial Day Weekend.

MARK YOU CALENDAR: Buddy poppies, Memorial Day Parade, pool opening

May 25, 2012

VFW “Buddy Poppies”
The VFW will be distributing “Buddy Poppies” Friday and Saturday as a way to fund raise exclusively for the benefit of disabled and needy veterans as well as the widows and orphans of deceased veterans.
VFW #5582 poppies will be available at People Federal Savings Bank’s downtown branch on South Main Street and Ace Hardware located on Diplomat Drive.

Memorial Day parade
The Memorial Day Parade through Columbia City will be Monday.

May 24th

JOB WELL DONE: WCCS honors retirees

May 24, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — Monday evening the Whitley County Consolidated School Board of School Trustees hosted a reception recognizing employees with collectively more than 412 years of service to Whitley County Schools who are retiring at the end of this school year.
The 17 retiring employees include seven classroom teachers who, as a group, have accumulated over 226 total years in the classroom, averaging over 32 years of service apiece.
The honorees included food service, custodial workers, an administrator as well as the classroom teachers.

MOVING ON: CJSHS'S Couch heads to Fort Wayne

May 24, 2012

CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco Junior Senior High School Principal Austin Couch tendered his resignation at Monday’s Smith-Green Community School board meeting.
“We are sorry to see Austin leave our school but he has accepted a position within Fort Wayne Community Schools. We appreciate all he’s done for our school,” said Superintendent Steve Darnell.
The board accepted his resignation and Board President Cathy Petrie thanked him for his service as well.
Couch began his career at SGCS in the middle school and worked to become an administrator.

COUNCIL MULLS PARK LAND ORDINANCE

May 24, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — The Columbia City Common Council approved Tuesday night, the first reading of an ordinance authorizing the sale of park lands owned by the city.
Mayor Ryan Daniel read a letter from the park board describing the intention to sell or vacate three properties including North Street Garden, Mayor’s Park and Langeloh Park.
Although the park board said the locations only cost them $20 a week, or $600 a year, to mow, there are also other maintenance expenses as well that add up.

STALE BREAKFAST

May 24, 2012

A juvenile raccoon spent Thursday morning near the curb of Connexion Way in Columbia City, munching on the contents of a discarded fast food restaurant bag. The little guy wasn’t thrilled about the intrusion, but hunger was a bigger priority as he made quick work of the bag’s main ingredient, a stale biscuit. The encounter raised a curious question. If a nocturnal animal is out during the day, is he working third shift?

CITY SETS UTILITY RATES

May 24, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — The Columbia City Common Council moved to pass an ordinance establishing rates for the waterworks at Tuesday’s meeting. A public hearing was held, but after no one came forward, the council passed the ordinance.
The rate adjustment, shown above 33 percent, will not affect electric, wastewater, sewer or storm water.
In the council’s last meeting Mayor Ryan Daniel said the increase is mainly due to the fact that water utility has been running in the negative for a little while, due to a decrease of usage.

’Busco’s Poyser hits walk-off single to win, 4-3

May 24, 2012

FORT WAYNE — What better way to open sectional baseball action than a sixth-inning comeback and an eight-frame nail-biter?

When Kody Poyser hits a walk-off single to send Churubusco to the semi-finals.

The Eagles faced Eastside in the opening round of sectional play Wednesday at Indiana Tech in Fort Wayne and won 4-3 after facing a 3-1 deficit in the sixth inning.

The Eagles also scored their first run in the opening frame, as lead-off batter Poyser crossed home plate for the ’Busco’s first time of the game.

CCHS'S BEST, BRIGHTEST

May 24, 2012

Top students from Columbia City High School were honored Monday night at the school’s annual honors convocation. Pictured above are, left to right, Kara Jackson, Alissa Sturtevant and Lacey Jahn, recipients of the Bob Brittain Memorial Scholarship.
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Complete convo results are available in the Wednesday edition of The Post & Mail. Photos of the event are available for purchase and can be seen on our Facebook page.

May 23rd

DESTROYED: Fire guts home in Southeast Whitley County

May 23, 2012

JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP ­­ ­— Firefighters from four Whitley County departments as well as Roanoke responded early today to a house fire that destroyed a Southeast Whitley County home.
According to Whitley County Sheriff’s Department dispatch reports, the fire began on the porch of a large farm house located at 9885 S. CR 500 E. where flames were visible.
The call came into WCSD dispatchers at 2:13 a.m. The first units arrived on the scene at 2:28 a.m.
Initial reports say the fire was suspected to have started in the vicinity of where the main electrical feed enters the house.

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