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The Post & Mail
COLUMBIA CITY BOYS BASKETBALL: Eagles game against West Noble postponed untill TuesdayDue to Columbia City high School's hosting of Saturday's girls basketball regio
COLUMBIA CITY BOYS BASKETBALL: Eagles game against West Noble postponed untill Tuesday
The Post & Mail / Posted 17 hours ago
Due to Columbia City high School's hosting of Saturday's girls basketball regional, the boys basketball game between Columbia City and West Noble originally scheduled for Saturday has been rescheduled for Tuesday evening at Columbia City. The JV will... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Seward Park, meet your new bookstoreFor months now the Seward Park/Columbia City neighborhood has buzzed with the q
Seward Park, meet your new bookstore
The Seattle Times / Posted yesterday
For months now the Seward Park/Columbia City neighborhood has buzzed with the question — when will the new Third Place Books-Seward Park bookstore open? In search of answers, I went to the new location at 5401 Wilson Ave. S. to take a look. Robert... Read more
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Columbia Star
South Kilbourne residents receive little help from the city | February 12, 2016At the monthly South Kilbourne Neighborhood Association meeting Thursday, Febru
South Kilbourne residents receive little help from the city | February 12, 2016
Columbia Star / Posted yesterday
At the monthly South Kilbourne Neighborhood Association meeting Thursday, February 4, South Kilbourne residents expressed their concern about service they received from the City of Columbia. “ We have tried for years to get elected officials to do... Read more
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Columbia Star
Folks About Town | February 12, 2016Corey Wise has joined Thomas & Hutton as a designer. Courtney Fisher has joine
Folks About Town | February 12, 2016
Columbia Star / Posted yesterday
Corey Wise has joined Thomas & Hutton as a designer. Courtney Fisher has joined Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Columbia as a case manager. Columbia city manager Teresa Wilson and Chief William “Skip” Holbrook have been selected as members of... Read more
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The Post & Mail
STATEHOUSE DOCTOR: Local physician serves as Physician of the DayColumbia City physician Lisa Hatcher, MD, served as the Physician of the Day at
STATEHOUSE DOCTOR: Local physician serves as Physician of the Day
The Post & Mail / Posted yesterday
Columbia City physician Lisa Hatcher, MD, served as the Physician of the Day at the Indiana Statehouse, last Tuesday. As a volunteer, Dr. Hatcher was on hand to treat minor ailments of legislators and their staffs. The day also gave her the... Read more
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The Post & Mail
THROWBACK THURSDAY: Columbia City High Joint High School boys basketballPictured is the 1981-82 Columbia City Joint High School boys basketball team. F
THROWBACK THURSDAY: Columbia City High Joint High School boys basketball
The Post & Mail / Posted yesterday
Pictured is the 1981-82 Columbia City Joint High School boys basketball team. Front Row from left:Brent Simmons, Kent DeKoninck, Tom Weeks and Kent Smith. Second Row:Mgr. Jeff Krider, Mark Rowland, Scott Reed, Brady Shoda and Kevin Bragg. Back: Asst.... Read more
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The Post & Mail
DENIED: Judge Heuer refuses venue change for Fort Wayne man's caseCOLUMBIA CITY — Whitley County Circuit Court Judge James Heuer has denied a For
DENIED: Judge Heuer refuses venue change for Fort Wayne man's case
The Post & Mail / Posted 2 days ago
COLUMBIA CITY — Whitley County Circuit Court Judge James Heuer has denied a Fort Wayne man’s request for a change of venue. Henry Wright, 25, of Fort Wayne, is facing charges of rape, kidnapping and robbery after allegedly attacking a South Whitley... Read more
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The Post & Mail
COLUMBIA CITY WRESTLING: Eagles send four to Semi-State competitionColumbia City qualified four wrestlers for IHSAA wrestling semi-state competiti
COLUMBIA CITY WRESTLING: Eagles send four to Semi-State competition
The Post & Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Columbia City qualified four wrestlers for IHSAA wrestling semi-state competition by virtue of top-four finishes in their weight classes. In regional competition, Hunter Langeloh placed first at 120 pounds. Cross Dietrich took the title at 152... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Longtime Clyde's manager bids food biz farewellLike many teenagers, Paul Kraft says he didn't see his time in the food service
Longtime Clyde's manager bids food biz farewell
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
Like many teenagers, Paul Kraft says he didn't see his time in the food service industry going beyond college. It was 1993 and Kraft decided to join the waiting staff of Columbia Lakefront's newly opened Tomato Palace Italian restaurant for the... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Top 20 new cheap eats for 2016It’s a new year — and some of us might be feeling a little underfunded after th
Top 20 new cheap eats for 2016
The Seattle Times / Posted 3 days ago
It’s a new year — and some of us might be feeling a little underfunded after the holidays — so it’s time for a fresh batch of the best Seattle-area cheap eats. And because our restaurant scene is blowing up, we found twice as many worthy new options... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Ride share companies could get stricter regulationsJEFFERSON CITY - The Emerging Issues Committee heard a bill on Monday that woul
Ride share companies could get stricter regulations
KOMU Columbia / Posted 3 days ago
JEFFERSON CITY - The Emerging Issues Committee heard a bill on Monday that would establish statewide regulations for "transportation network companies", such as Uber or Lyft. If passed, the bill would reinforce regulations such as those the Columbia... Read more
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The Post & Mail
FALL: Coroner rules CC death an accidentWhitley County Coroner Randy Dellinger has ruled the death of a Columbia City m
FALL: Coroner rules CC death an accident
The Post & Mail / Posted 4 days ago
Whitley County Coroner Randy Dellinger has ruled the death of a Columbia City man found dead Wednesday an accident. Dellinger said the man apparently fell two stories and died from blunt force trauma to the head. Full details are published in this... Read more
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The Post & Mail
THROWBACK THURSDAY: 1928 Columbia City football teamThe 1928 Columbia City High School football team. On the line from left: Gordon
THROWBACK THURSDAY: 1928 Columbia City football team
The Post & Mail / Posted 4 days ago
The 1928 Columbia City High School football team. On the line from left: Gordon Chapman, Irvin Hartman, Worth Waugh, George Holderman, Don Staples, Herb Pence and Pete Lower. In the backfield: quarterback Stuart Smith and standing from left: Carl... Read more
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The Columbian
Seattle council may tackle ‘livable’ schedules for area workersHaving recently passed paid sick-time standards and a higher minimum wage for w
Seattle council may tackle ‘livable’ schedules for area workers
The Columbian / Posted 5 days ago
Having recently passed paid sick-time standards and a higher minimum wage for workers, the Seattle City Council might next consider legislation requiring more consistent and livable schedules for employees of companies like Starbucks. Two council... Read more
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22 WSBT South Bend
IHSAA Girls Sectional ResultsSaturday featured a packed night of high school basketball as girls' teams acro
IHSAA Girls Sectional Results
22 WSBT South Bend / Posted 5 days ago
Saturday featured a packed night of high school basketball as girls' teams across Indiana battled for Sectional championships. Sectional 3 at SB Clay LaPorte 45, SB Clay 37 FINAL Sectional 4 at Goshen Penn 64, Warsaw 33 FINAL Sectional 19 at SB... Read more
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The Post & Mail
FALL: Coroner rules CC death a homicideWhitley County Coroner Randy Dellinger has ruled the death of a Columbia City m
FALL: Coroner rules CC death a homicide
The Post & Mail / Posted 6 days ago
Whitley County Coroner Randy Dellinger has ruled the death of a Columbia City man found dead Wednesday an accident. Dellinger said the man apparently fell two stories and died from blunt force trauma to the head. Full details are published in this... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Seattle council may tackle ‘livable’ schedules for area workersHaving recently passed paid sick-time standards and a higher minimum wage for w
Seattle council may tackle ‘livable’ schedules for area workers
The Seattle Times / Posted 7 days ago
Having recently passed paid sick-time standards and a higher minimum wage for workers, the Seattle City Council might next consider legislation requiring more consistent and livable schedules for employees of companies like Starbucks. Two council... Read more
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WTHR Indianapolis
February 4BOYS BASKETBALL Argos 41, Triton 29 Barr-Reeve 63, Jasper 59 Bloomfield 44,
February 4
WTHR Indianapolis / Posted 7 days ago
BOYS BASKETBALL Argos 41, Triton 29 Barr-Reeve 63, Jasper 59 Bloomfield 44, N. Daviess 35 Bloomington North 48, Edgewood 33 Cambridge City 53, Union Co. 52 Clay City 47, Shakamak 44 Columbia City 56, Norwell 32 Cowan 59, Wapahani 54 Crawford... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Local lawmaker files bill to help hire more police officersCOLUMBIA – Rep. Caleb Rowden, R-Columbia, filed a bill that would help cities l
Local lawmaker files bill to help hire more police officers
KOMU Columbia / Posted 7 days ago
COLUMBIA – Rep. Caleb Rowden, R-Columbia, filed a bill that would help cities like Columbia hire more police officers. If passed, the bill would establish a pilot program called the Community Crime Reduction Grant Program. The grants provided to... Read more
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NBC News
Clinton Gains Support From 170 African American Women LeadersHillary Clinton, looking ahead to the South Carolina primary, is strategically
Clinton Gains Support From 170 African American Women Leaders
NBC News / Posted 7 days ago
Hillary Clinton, looking ahead to the South Carolina primary, is strategically mobilizing black voters during a critical stretch in the 2016 presidential campaign. The Clinton campaign announced Wednesday that more than 170 prominent African... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
Charged Richland County Councilman replaced on transportation boardA Richland County councilman recently in the spotlight for failing to file tax
Charged Richland County Councilman replaced on transportation board
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted 8 days ago
A Richland County councilman recently in the spotlight for failing to file tax returns was replaced Thursday on a public transportation board. Kelvin Washington served on The COMET Board of Directors since October 2011, where he was the board's vice... Read more
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Columbia Star
Bus System has met some challenges, but more is to be done | February 5, 2016Dr. Robert Schneider, executive director of The COMET, provided an update on th
Bus System has met some challenges, but more is to be done | February 5, 2016
Columbia Star / Posted 8 days ago
Dr. Robert Schneider, executive director of The COMET, provided an update on the bus system at the Columbia Council of Neighborhoods meeting Thursday, January 28. According to Schneider, The COMET had more than 2.25 million riders in 2015, and the... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
Missouri professor Melissa Click, who called for 'muscle' to remove reporter, charged with assaultMelissa Click, 45, faces up to 15 days in jail if convicted of the charge filed
Missouri professor Melissa Click, who called for 'muscle' to remove reporter, charged with assault
Daily Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
Melissa Click, 45, faces up to 15 days in jail if convicted of the charge filed by Columbia city prosecutor Steve Richey, who retires next month and did not return messages seeking comment Monday. Click confronted a student photographer and a... Read more
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Crosscut
Murray goes big on housing levyEd Murray unveils his housing levy proposal. Credit: David Kroman For a develo
Murray goes big on housing levy
Crosscut / Posted 8 days ago
Ed Murray unveils his housing levy proposal. Credit: David Kroman For a developer of low-income housing wanting to want to add, say, 74 units in uptown or 16 units in Columbia City or 84 units in Mount Baker, the financing is likely to be built on a... Read more
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FOX 28 South Bend
2 killed in 2-vehicle crash in northeastern IndianaFORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) - Authorities say two people are dead after a two-vehicle
2 killed in 2-vehicle crash in northeastern Indiana
FOX 28 South Bend / Posted 8 days ago
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) - Authorities say two people are dead after a two-vehicle crash in northeastern Indiana. Indiana State Police say 43-year-old Lanaya C. Collier and 84-year-old Roger F. Fry died from their injuries in the crash Wednesday... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
2 killed in 2-vehicle crash in northeastern IndianaFORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) - Authorities say two people are dead after a two-vehicle
2 killed in 2-vehicle crash in northeastern Indiana
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 8 days ago
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) - Authorities say two people are dead after a two-vehicle crash in northeastern Indiana. Indiana State Police say 43-year-old Lanaya C. Collier and 84-year-old Roger F. Fry died from their injuries in the crash Wednesday... Read more
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The Post & Mail
Relay for Life Color Run 5KRelay for life Whitley County is hosting its second Color Run 5K Saturday, Apri
Relay for Life Color Run 5K
The Post & Mail / Posted 9 days ago
Relay for life Whitley County is hosting its second Color Run 5K Saturday, April 9 at Morsches Park, 1035 Ind. 205, Columbia City, with the race beginning at 5 p.m. A provided dinner to immediately follow the race. Registration ends Wednesday,... Read more
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WTHR Indianapolis
February 2BOYS BASKETBALL Bloomington Lighthouse 63, Tabernacle Christian 40 Ft. Wayne
February 2
WTHR Indianapolis / Posted 9 days ago
BOYS BASKETBALL Bloomington Lighthouse 63, Tabernacle Christian 40 Ft. Wayne Luers 94, Lakewood Park 54 Jimtown 70, Elkhart Christian 41 GIRLS BASKETBALL Sectional Tournaments First Round Class 4A Hammond Morton 50, Munster... Read more
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The Post & Mail
Supercharged Pigskin Picks this WednesdayCOLUMBIA CITY – The annual Supercharged Pigskin Picks will be published in Wedn
Supercharged Pigskin Picks this Wednesday
The Post & Mail / Posted 10 days ago
COLUMBIA CITY – The annual Supercharged Pigskin Picks will be published in Wednesday's Post & Mail and will be your chance to win a cash prize. Supercharged Pigskin Picks is an extension of The Post & Mail's popular weekly Pigskin Picks during the... Read more
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Grainnet.com
Shrader Farmland Auction of 5,105 Acres of Farmland in NE and KS Sells For $17 MillionRed Cloud, NE - Feb. 2, 2016 - The auction of 5,105 acres of Nebraska and Kansa
Shrader Farmland Auction of 5,105 Acres of Farmland in NE and KS Sells For $17 Million
Grainnet.com / Posted 10 days ago
Red Cloud, NE - Feb. 2, 2016 - The auction of 5,105 acres of Nebraska and Kansas farmland drew a crowd of over 250, including 97 registered bidders, resulting in sale of the land for a total of $17,155,000. “The tracts with the best irrigated land... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Nifong Park is getting a new lookCOLUMBIA – Frank G. Nifong Memorial Park will be getting a facelift in its sout
Nifong Park is getting a new look
KOMU Columbia / Posted 10 days ago
COLUMBIA – Frank G. Nifong Memorial Park will be getting a facelift in its southeast corner. The project is scheduled to start in the near future, and it is projected to be finished within the year. The project has been given a budget of... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Columbia City Council approves new police stationCOLUMBIA - The Columbia City Council unanimously approved a plan to build a sec
Columbia City Council approves new police station
KOMU Columbia / Posted 10 days ago
COLUMBIA - The Columbia City Council unanimously approved a plan to build a second police station in north Columbia Monday night. The multi-use facility will serve as a police station, provide meeting rooms for the public and could host emergency... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Columbia City Council to vote on new police stationCOLUMBIA - Monday night, the Columbia City Council will vote on a plan to build
Columbia City Council to vote on new police station
KOMU Columbia / Posted 11 days ago
COLUMBIA - Monday night, the Columbia City Council will vote on a plan to build a second police station in northern Columbia. The multi-use facility would serve as a police station, provide meeting rooms for the public, and could also host emergency... Read more
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The Post & Mail
COLUMBIA CITY WRESTLING: Eagles qualify eight for wrestling regionalColumbia City qualified eight wrestlers for regional competition at Saturday's
COLUMBIA CITY WRESTLING: Eagles qualify eight for wrestling regional
The Post & Mail / Posted 11 days ago
Columbia City qualified eight wrestlers for regional competition at Saturday's Carroll sectional. Hunter Langeloh and Cross Dietrich won weight class titles. Hunter Reed, Noah Ray and Drew Rethlake finished second. Jesus Gil, Matt Wright and Jacob... Read more
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FOX News
Suspended Missouri professor reaches assault case dealKANSAS CITY, Mo. – The suspended University of Missouri assistant professor who
Suspended Missouri professor reaches assault case deal
FOX News / Posted 14 days ago
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The suspended University of Missouri assistant professor who was charged with misdemeanor assault stemming from a confrontation with two student journalists during November's campus protests reached a deal Friday with prosecutors,... Read more
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KCTV 5 Kansas City
Suspended Missouri professor reaches deal in assault caseThe suspended University of Missouri assistant professor who was charged with m
Suspended Missouri professor reaches deal in assault case
KCTV 5 Kansas City / Posted 14 days ago
The suspended University of Missouri assistant professor who was charged with misdemeanor assault stemming from a confrontation with two student journalists during November's campus protests reached a deal Friday with prosecutors, getting community... Read more
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FOX News
Suspended Missouri professor reaches assault case dealThe suspended University of Missouri assistant professor who was charged with m
Suspended Missouri professor reaches assault case deal
FOX News / Posted 14 days ago
The suspended University of Missouri assistant professor who was charged with misdemeanor assault stemming from a confrontation with two student journalists during November's campus protests reached a deal Friday with prosecutors, getting community... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Suspended Mizzou professor reaches deal in assault caseThe suspended University of Missouri assistant professor who was charged with m
Suspended Mizzou professor reaches deal in assault case
Chicago Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
The suspended University of Missouri assistant professor who was charged with misdemeanor assault stemming from a confrontation with two student journalists during November's campus protests reached a deal Friday with prosecutors, getting community... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Suspended Missouri professor reaches deal in assault caseBy JIM SUHR Associated Press KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The suspended Universit
Suspended Missouri professor reaches deal in assault case
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
By JIM SUHR Associated Press KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The suspended University of Missouri assistant professor who was charged with misdemeanor assault stemming from a confrontation with two student journalists during November's campus protests... Read more
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KY3 Springfield
Suspended Missouri professor reaches deal in assault caseThe suspended University of Missouri professor who was charged with misdemeanor
Suspended Missouri professor reaches deal in assault case
KY3 Springfield / Posted 14 days ago
The suspended University of Missouri professor who was charged with misdemeanor assault related to her clashes with two student journalists during campus protests in November has reached a deal with prosecutors. Columbia city prosecutor Steve Richey... Read more
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KSPR Springfield
Suspended Missouri professor reaches deal in assault caseThe suspended University of Missouri professor who was charged with misdemeanor
Suspended Missouri professor reaches deal in assault case
KSPR Springfield / Posted 14 days ago
The suspended University of Missouri professor who was charged with misdemeanor assault related to her clashes with two student journalists during campus protests in November has reached a deal with prosecutors. Columbia city prosecutor Steve Richey... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Suspended Mizzou professor reaches deal in assault caseThe suspended University of Missouri assistant professor who was charged with m
Suspended Mizzou professor reaches deal in assault case
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 14 days ago
The suspended University of Missouri assistant professor who was charged with misdemeanor assault stemming from a confrontation with two student journalists during November's campus protests reached a deal Friday with prosecutors, getting community... Read more
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KMBC-TV Kansas City
Suspended Missouri professor reaches deal in assault caseThe suspended University of Missouri assistant professor who was charged with m
Suspended Missouri professor reaches deal in assault case
KMBC-TV Kansas City / Posted 14 days ago
The suspended University of Missouri assistant professor who was charged with misdemeanor assault stemming from a confrontation with two student journalists during November's campus protests reached a deal Friday with prosecutors, getting community... Read more
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Maneater
STORIFY: Twitter reacts to Click suspensionMU community members are publicly supporting assistant professor of communicati
STORIFY: Twitter reacts to Click suspension
Maneater / Posted 15 days ago
MU community members are publicly supporting assistant professor of communications Melissa Click on Twitter following her suspension from the university announced Jan. 27. A video showing the communications professor calling for “some muscle” has... Read more
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Columbia Star
Queen of the Dough retires from The Columbia Star | January 29, 2016Linda Sosbee has been The Columbia Star’s “Queen of the Dough” since 2001. The
Queen of the Dough retires from The Columbia Star | January 29, 2016
Columbia Star / Posted 15 days ago
Linda Sosbee has been The Columbia Star’s “Queen of the Dough” since 2001. The Columbia Star is losing its “Queen of the Dough.” Linda Sosbee, who has been with the paper in many capacities since 1989 and served as the financial manager the last 15... Read more
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Columbia Star
Rosewood Community Council receives update on Owens Field Park and the landlord ordinance | January 29, 2016At the quarterly meeting Thursday, January 21, Todd Martin, with Columbia Parks
Rosewood Community Council receives update on Owens Field Park and the landlord ordinance | January 29, 2016
Columbia Star / Posted 15 days ago
At the quarterly meeting Thursday, January 21, Todd Martin, with Columbia Parks and Recreation, gave the Rosewood Community Council an update about plans for Owens Field Park. Martin first approached the Rosewood Community Council in the spring of... Read more
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The Post & Mail
Garden ThymeWhitley County’s Master Gardeners club is sponsoring its third annual education
Garden Thyme
The Post & Mail / Posted 15 days ago
Whitley County’s Master Gardeners club is sponsoring its third annual educational symposium “” Saturday, Feb. 20 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Whitley County 4-H Center, 680 W. Squawbuck Rd., Columbia City. There will be sessions on... Read more
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The Post & Mail
Groundhog Day SaleThe Post & Mail’s 11th annual Groundhog Day sale is happening Tuesday, Feb. 2 f
Groundhog Day Sale
The Post & Mail / Posted 15 days ago
The Post & Mail’s 11th annual Groundhog Day sale is happening Tuesday, Feb. 2 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Come into The Post & Mail to renew or start a subscription for 12 months at $115 and receive four weeks free. Only one sale per person and cost must... Read more
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The Post & Mail
SUBSCRIPTION DEAL: The Post & Mail's 11th annual Groundhog Day saleThe Post & Mail’s 11th annual Groundhog Day sale is happening Tuesday, Feb. 2 f
SUBSCRIPTION DEAL: The Post & Mail's 11th annual Groundhog Day sale
The Post & Mail / Posted 15 days ago
The Post & Mail’s 11th annual Groundhog Day sale is happening Tuesday, Feb. 2 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Come into The Post & Mail to renew or start a subscription for 12 months at $115 and receive four weeks free. Only one sale per person and cost must... Read more
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The Post & Mail
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE: We need your help for a special sectionCOLUMBIA CITY — The Post & Mail is producing a special Valentine’s Day section
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE: We need your help for a special section
The Post & Mail / Posted 15 days ago
COLUMBIA CITY — The Post & Mail is producing a special Valentine’s Day section this year and we want to feature your special, or not-so-special, love stories. The Post & Mail is seeking your interesting, unusual or humorous love stories, marriage... Read more
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