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The Post & Mail
YOU'RE INVITED: Public asked to attend review of new $77.7 million CCHSCOLUMBIA CITY – On Tuesday, June 28, the public is invited to see the Schematic
YOU'RE INVITED: Public asked to attend review of new $77.7 million CCHS
The Post & Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
COLUMBIA CITY – On Tuesday, June 28, the public is invited to see the Schematic Design for the new Columbia City High School. Beginning at 6 p.m., attendees are asked to gather in the Columbia City High School Auditorium for a brief presentation and... Read more
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The Post & Mail
Col. City Independence Day celebrationColumbia City’s Independence Day celebration will be held Sunday, July 3 at Mor
Col. City Independence Day celebration
The Post & Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
Columbia City’s Independence Day celebration will be held Sunday, July 3 at Morsches Park, East Van Buren Street, Columbia City, beginning at 5 p.m. with music, games and food. The band Dr. Feelgood and the 80’s Babies will perform from 8 to 10 p.m.... Read more
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The Post & Mail
OLD SETTLERS FINALE: Final day highlighted by Saturday's paradeCOLUMBIA CITY — Old Settlers Days fun will conclude Saturday, but there’s more
OLD SETTLERS FINALE: Final day highlighted by Saturday's parade
The Post & Mail / Posted yesterday
COLUMBIA CITY — Old Settlers Days fun will conclude Saturday, but there’s more celebration coming soon. The big Old Settlers Days-American Legion Parade down Main Street begins at 6 p.m. Saturday evening and the downtown midway will be flooded with... Read more
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The Post & Mail
THROWBACK THURSDAY: 1931 Columbia City football teamPictured is the 1931 Columbia City High School football team that went 6-2 for
THROWBACK THURSDAY: 1931 Columbia City football team
The Post & Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Pictured is the 1931 Columbia City High School football team that went 6-2 for the season. Front row from left: Thomson, Nelson, Secrist, Coover, Meyers, Zeigler, Windle, Braddock, Clark, Walb and Pontzius. Middle row: D. Langohr, Chapman, Clugston,... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Music producer Jason Davis moved his business to Delraysaid he has always had a knack for positioning talent. One recent example: Han
Music producer Jason Davis moved his business to Delray
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
said he has always had a knack for positioning talent. One recent example: Hannah Schaefer, a 20-year-old from Columbia City, Ind., who was passionate about being a singer but struggling. He developed a two-year plan for her, putting... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
New Columbia rental ordinance to take effect soonNew city regulations covering rental properties are about to take effect in Col
New Columbia rental ordinance to take effect soon
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted 2 days ago
New city regulations covering rental properties are about to take effect in Columbia. In April, Columbia City Council approved new Rental Housing Regulations that take effect July 1. This current ordinance repeals the previous Absentee Landlord... Read more
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The Post & Mail
DOUBLE HONOREE: 'Oldest' Old Settler receives distinctionsAda VanDeman, of Columbia City, received double honors Thursday evening by the
DOUBLE HONOREE: 'Oldest' Old Settler receives distinctions
The Post & Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Ada VanDeman, of Columbia City, received double honors Thursday evening by the Old Settlers Association as the oldest Old Settler to register at the Whitley County Historical Museum – and the longest continuous resident, as well. VanDeman, who... Read more
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Crosscut
Bottomless mimosas: your guide to Seattle's drunkest brunchesa seasonal hash are among the highlights, plus you can have a refillable mimosa
Bottomless mimosas: your guide to Seattle's drunkest brunches
Crosscut / Posted 2 days ago
a seasonal hash are among the highlights, plus you can have a refillable mimosa carafe all to yourself. Super Six: This Columbia City newcomer was birthed by the fine folks at Marination, which have blessed Seattle with their Korean tacos and... Read more
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The Post & Mail
LOOSE LOAD: Avoid U.S. 30 at Ind. 109Whitley County and Columbia City officials advised at 5:30 p.m. Thursday to avo
LOOSE LOAD: Avoid U.S. 30 at Ind. 109
The Post & Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Whitley County and Columbia City officials advised at 5:30 p.m. Thursday to avoid the intersection of U.S. 30 and Ind. 109 for two hours due to a traffic hazard, specifically stones that fell from a dump truck as it was turning the corner south on... Read more
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The Post & Mail
LET THE GAMES BEGIN: Morsches Park tournaments setColumbia City Parks League’s baseball and softball tournaments begin this week
LET THE GAMES BEGIN: Morsches Park tournaments set
The Post & Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Columbia City Parks League’s baseball and softball tournaments begin this week at Morsches Park. Above is a photo from last year’s tournament. Adam Hunter, of C.J. Custom Greens, throws to first for the out against All-Pro in the Boys Major League... Read more
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The Post & Mail
YOUNG FUN: Lemon Brothers Band playing Old Settlers Days Thursday eveningThe Lemon Brothers Band is continuing their summer tour in Columbia City as par
YOUNG FUN: Lemon Brothers Band playing Old Settlers Days Thursday evening
The Post & Mail / Posted 3 days ago
The Lemon Brothers Band is continuing their summer tour in Columbia City as part of Old Settlers Days Festival, Thursday at 8 pm on the south Courthouse Square stage. It’s a free all ages show. The Lemon Brothers Band is a talented young band from... Read more
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The Post & Mail
Public meeting for new CCHSThe public is invited to see the Schematic Design for the new Columbia City Hig
Public meeting for new CCHS
The Post & Mail / Posted 3 days ago
The public is invited to see the Schematic Design for the new Columbia City High School Tuesday, June 28. Beginning at 6 p.m., attendees are asked to gather in the Columbia City High School Auditorium for a brief presentation and first look at the... Read more
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Columbia Star
Columbia City Council approves 2016–2017 budget and receives update on flood recoveryof the Month. Also pictured are Deputy Chief Melron Kelly, Moe Baddourah, Mayor
Columbia City Council approves 2016–2017 budget and receives update on flood recovery
Columbia Star / Posted 3 days ago
of the Month. Also pictured are Deputy Chief Melron Kelly, Moe Baddourah, Mayor Steve Benjamin, and Howard Duvall. The Columbia City Council held its monthly meeting Tuesday, June 21. Council approved the second reading of the 2016/2017... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
Murder victim captured on SnapchatdealCity officials, Lake Katherine residents seek better flood control in new d
Murder victim captured on Snapchat
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted 3 days ago
dealCity officials, Lake Katherine residents seek better flood control in new deal Homeowners around Lake Katherine and Columbia City officials celebrated a new deal to help run sewer lines through the Lake Katherine neighborhood, deepen the... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
Brazen purse snatcher strikes during the day at local grocery storeSEATTLE, Wash. -- A Columbia City woman claims a thief lunged at her and stole
Brazen purse snatcher strikes during the day at local grocery store
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 3 days ago
SEATTLE, Wash. -- A Columbia City woman claims a thief lunged at her and stole her purse after she’d just finished grocery shopping at the West Seattle Trader Joe’s. Pam Keeley says it happened around 12:30 Tuesday afternoon with actions so bold,... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
City officials, Lake Katherine residents seek better flood control in new dealHomeowners around Lake Katherine and Columbia City officials celebrated a new d
City officials, Lake Katherine residents seek better flood control in new deal
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted 4 days ago
Homeowners around Lake Katherine and Columbia City officials celebrated a new deal to help run sewer lines through the Lake Katherine neighborhood, deepen the lake and improve cooperation to combat future flood disasters. “It's really a win with the... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Columbia losing approximately $3.8 million in pet licensing violationspercent of the estimated 55,980 dogs and cats in the city are licensed. The re
Columbia losing approximately $3.8 million in pet licensing violations
KOMU Columbia / Posted 4 days ago
percent of the estimated 55,980 dogs and cats in the city are licensed. The report prompted discussion during Monday’s Columbia City Council meeting. Second Ward Councilman Michael Trapp said the report insight into the committee's progress... Read more
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The Post & Mail
NEW OLD SETTLER OFFICER: Schrader tabbed as new Red CoatCOLUMBIA CITY — Mike Schrader is the latest addition to an over 100-year tradit
NEW OLD SETTLER OFFICER: Schrader tabbed as new Red Coat
The Post & Mail / Posted 4 days ago
COLUMBIA CITY — Mike Schrader is the latest addition to an over 100-year tradition in Columbia City. Schrader, who has had several prominent roles in Whitley County over the years, was selected as the latest Red Coat of the Old Settlers... Read more
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The Post & Mail
SATURDAY'S BIG PARADE: Line-up for 70th American Legion Parade setconjunction with Old Settlers Days has been set by Parade Chairmen Misty Oliver
SATURDAY'S BIG PARADE: Line-up for 70th American Legion Parade set
The Post & Mail / Posted 4 days ago
conjunction with Old Settlers Days has been set by Parade Chairmen Misty Oliver and John Cowdin. The parade congregates at Columbia City High School and will begin at 6 p.m. Saturday, traveling the traditional parade route west on North Street and... Read more
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The Post & Mail
NEW HIGH SCHOOL: WCCS invites community to see plansOn Tuesday, June 28, the public is invited to see the Schematic Design for the
NEW HIGH SCHOOL: WCCS invites community to see plans
The Post & Mail / Posted 4 days ago
On Tuesday, June 28, the public is invited to see the Schematic Design for the new Columbia City High School. Beginning at 6 p.m., attendees are asked to gather in the Columbia City High School Auditorium for a brief presentation and first look at... Read more
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The Post & Mail
POPPING INTO TOWN: Old Settlers Days lifts offKyle “Peaches” Lambert sets up his balloon-dart game in downtown Columbia City
POPPING INTO TOWN: Old Settlers Days lifts off
The Post & Mail / Posted 5 days ago
Kyle “Peaches” Lambert sets up his balloon-dart game in downtown Columbia City Monday evening in preparation for 113th Old Settlers Days & American Legion Festival. The festival runs from Tuesday through Saturday and lifted off in delightful weather... Read more
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The Post & Mail
NEW PRICE TAG: School board approves schematic design for new CCHSCOLUMBIA CITY — Whitley County Consolidated Schools’ Board of Trustees has appr
NEW PRICE TAG: School board approves schematic design for new CCHS
The Post & Mail / Posted 5 days ago
COLUMBIA CITY — Whitley County Consolidated Schools’ Board of Trustees has approved a 289,000-square-foot, $77.7 million schematic design for the new Columbia City High School. Complete details are in Tuesday's print edition of the Post & Mail, now... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
City officials taking steps to fix residential flooding problemsIn addition, the excess rainwater causes the sanitary sewer pipes to overload a
City officials taking steps to fix residential flooding problems
KOMU Columbia / Posted 5 days ago
In addition, the excess rainwater causes the sanitary sewer pipes to overload and leak sewage into the yard. Monday, the Columbia City Council talked about a proposal to buy a home on Again Street to eliminate flooding issues around the area.... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Kirkland, North Seattle light-rail stops could pick up voters for Sound Transit expansionof 1,500 housing units and 400 jobs, the area would absorb roughly as much grow
Kirkland, North Seattle light-rail stops could pick up voters for Sound Transit expansion
The Seattle Times / Posted 5 days ago
of 1,500 housing units and 400 jobs, the area would absorb roughly as much growth as Bitter Lake, Fremont, Mount Baker or Columbia City. Juárez says that as a 30-year resident, she keeps an ear to the ground, and hears enthusiasm for rail and... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
More information needed on proposed Columbia roundaboutCOLUMBIA- The Columbia City Council voted for more information to be gathered a
More information needed on proposed Columbia roundabout
KOMU Columbia / Posted 6 days ago
COLUMBIA- The Columbia City Council voted for more information to be gathered about a new roundabout at the Fairview Rd. and Chapel Hill Rd. intersection Monday. Fourth ward city councilman Ian Thomas proposed the movement after over an hour of... Read more
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WRTV Indianapolis
The 20 safest cities in Indiana1.87 Property Crimes per 1,000: 15.29 19. Munster Previous rank: Not ranked
The 20 safest cities in Indiana
WRTV Indianapolis / Posted 6 days ago
1.87 Property Crimes per 1,000: 15.29 19. Munster Previous rank: Not ranked Violent Crimes per 1,000: 0.91 Property Crimes per 1,000: 16.65 20. Columbia City ↓ Previous rank: 16 Violent Crimes per 1,000: 1.36 Property Crimes per 1,000: 1... Read more
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WRTV Indianapolis
The 20 safest cities in Indiana1,000: 15.29 19. Munster Previous rank: Not ranked Violent Crimes per 1,000:
The 20 safest cities in Indiana
WRTV Indianapolis / Posted 6 days ago
1,000: 15.29 19. Munster Previous rank: Not ranked Violent Crimes per 1,000: 0.91 Property Crimes per 1,000: 16.65 20. Columbia City ↓ Previous rank: 16 Violent Crimes per 1,000: 1.36 Property Crimes per 1,000: 16.22 Didn’t see your city... Read more
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The Post & Mail
OLD SETTLERS DAYS: Early downtown street closuresfor set-up activities. Old Settlers Days & American Legion Festival 2016 start
OLD SETTLERS DAYS: Early downtown street closures
The Post & Mail / Posted 6 days ago
for set-up activities. Old Settlers Days & American Legion Festival 2016 starts Tuesday evening and continues through Saturday throughout Columbia City, capping with the big American Legion Parade down Main Street. Parade time Saturday i... Read more
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Charleston City Paper
Dustin Johnson grabs US Open; Is Haley a lame duck?; Groups could sue over IOP seawallThe Columbia City Ballet is producing a multimedia performance called "Emanuel
Dustin Johnson grabs US Open; Is Haley a lame duck?; Groups could sue over IOP seawall
Charleston City Paper / Posted 6 days ago
The Columbia City Ballet is producing a multimedia performance called "Emanuel 9" in commemoration of the Mother Emanuel shooting. Source: P&C/Free Times Congressman Mark Sanford said political decision makers dont necessarily need to live along the... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Columbia City Council to address chronic homelessnessCOLUMBIA – The Columbia City Council is reviewing a report it requested about c
Columbia City Council to address chronic homelessness
KOMU Columbia / Posted 6 days ago
COLUMBIA – The Columbia City Council is reviewing a report it requested about chronic homelessness in the city on Monday. The report looked into solutions to chronic homelessness, which is defined as “either (1) an unaccompanied homeless individual... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Columbia city council to vote on hearing for McKee Street ParkCOLUMBIA - The Columbia City Council is set to decide Monday night on whether o
Columbia city council to vote on hearing for McKee Street Park
KOMU Columbia / Posted 6 days ago
COLUMBIA - The Columbia City Council is set to decide Monday night on whether or not to approve July 5th, 2016 as a public hearing date for improvements to McKee Street Park. Some of the improvements being discussed include tearing down and building... Read more
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The Post & Mail
Mighty in the LandSt. Catherine of Alexandria, Nix Settlement, 9989 S. Ind. 9, Columbia City, is
Mighty in the Land
The Post & Mail / Posted 7 days ago
St. Catherine of Alexandria, Nix Settlement, 9989 S. Ind. 9, Columbia City, is hosting Robert Rogers, of Ministry, Tuesday, June 28 from 7 to 8 p.m. Rogers is a worship leader, pianist, songwriter and author who teaches others to... Read more
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The Post & Mail
CCHS Class of ’56 reunionMembers of Columbia City High School’s Class of 1956 will gather for a reunion
CCHS Class of ’56 reunion
The Post & Mail / Posted 7 days ago
Members of Columbia City High School’s Class of 1956 will gather for a reunion Saturday, July 23 at Cerutti’s at Eagle Glen. Social hour and a cash bar will be held at 5 p.m. with dinner at 6:30 p.m. Dress is informal and the cost is $20 per person... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Local school of dance celebrates 45 yearsattend prestigious summer programs including the Dance Educators Summer Las Veg
Local school of dance celebrates 45 years
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 8 days ago
attend prestigious summer programs including the Dance Educators Summer Las Vegas Intensive, Wildabeast Hip Hop Intensive, Columbia City Jazz Intensive, Danza VIP Tour, and The Hollywood Summer Tour. The studio is owned by Pat Shepherd & Sheraton... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
CHA seeks answers to lodging tax language issueof operations for the Tiger Hotel, as well as a member of CHA and Missouri Hote
CHA seeks answers to lodging tax language issue
KOMU Columbia / Posted 10 days ago
of operations for the Tiger Hotel, as well as a member of CHA and Missouri Hotel Lodging Association, said. In May, the Columbia City Council voted to place a proposal whether to raise the Columbia lodging tax to 5 percent on the August... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Public transportation complaints spark new study groupVolunteer Study Group formed Thursday to address community complaints about Col
Public transportation complaints spark new study group
KOMU Columbia / Posted 10 days ago
Volunteer Study Group formed Thursday to address community complaints about Columbia's public transportation system. The Columbia City Council hired Olsson Associates to collect data on various issues customers have complained about including... Read more
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Columbia Star
City Snippetsparticular city, the website said. Chickens okay in W. Columbia After a one-y
City Snippets
Columbia Star / Posted 10 days ago
particular city, the website said. Chickens okay in W. Columbia After a one-year test that produced no complaints, West Columbia City Council says residents can now keep a maximum of four hens in their backyards. So far, two homeowners are... Read more
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Crosscut
5 things to do in Seattle this weekendFest West! is this phenomenon at its best. Brass bands from near and far gather
5 things to do in Seattle this weekend
Crosscut / Posted 10 days ago
Fest West! is this phenomenon at its best. Brass bands from near and far gather at Cal Anderson Park, Gas Works Park and Columbia City on each day of this weekend to blow their lungs out at one of the most joyful festivals in the city. My... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Thursday recruiting tidbits: 2018 target to visit Hogsand others. Video highlights CLICK HERE Forward Brachen Hazen reported to Arka
Thursday recruiting tidbits: 2018 target to visit Hogs
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
and others. Video highlights CLICK HERE Forward Brachen Hazen reported to Arkansas on Monday. Hazen, 6-8, 200 pounds of Columbia City (Ind.) High School, signed with the Razorbacks over scholarship offers from Ball State, Clemson, Creighton,... Read more
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The Post & Mail
Old Settlers Days paradeColumbia City’s will be held Saturday, June 25 beginning at 6 p.m. Line-up is
Old Settlers Days parade
The Post & Mail / Posted 10 days ago
Columbia City’s will be held Saturday, June 25 beginning at 6 p.m. Line-up is at 4 p.m. at Columbia City High School. The parade will travel south along Main Street from North Street to Ellsworth Street.... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
17 charged for drug offensesavenues in Old Lycoming Township on June 4; jailed in lieu of $50,000 bail. Kh
17 charged for drug offenses
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
avenues in Old Lycoming Township on June 4; jailed in lieu of $50,000 bail. Khalif D. Akins, 35, of 831 Elmira St.; city police; possession with intent to delivery marijuana and related offenses at his home on June 2; jailed in lieu of... Read more
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The Post & Mail
OLD SETTLERS DAYS PREVIEW: Festival booklet inserted in Friday's Post & MailA preview booklet for the 113th Old Settlers Days & Legion Festival, which begi
OLD SETTLERS DAYS PREVIEW: Festival booklet inserted in Friday's Post & Mail
The Post & Mail / Posted 11 days ago
A preview booklet for the 113th Old Settlers Days & Legion Festival, which begins Tuesday in Columbia City, will be inserted in Friday's print edition of The Post & Mail. Complete with schedules, features and more, the booklet will be available... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Columbia begins live streaming some of its meetingsTuesday, the city will live stream the Board of Adjustment meetings. Sara Humm,
Columbia begins live streaming some of its meetings
KOMU Columbia / Posted 12 days ago
Tuesday, the city will live stream the Board of Adjustment meetings. Sara Humm, public communications specialist, said the Columbia City Council wants people to be involved in government, especially board and commission meetings open to the... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
City says roundabouts offer safer alternative to four way intersections- Roundabouts offer a safer alternative, with fewer accidents than a traditiona
City says roundabouts offer safer alternative to four way intersections
KOMU Columbia / Posted 12 days ago
- Roundabouts offer a safer alternative, with fewer accidents than a traditional four way intersection, according to Columbia city traffic engineers. The Federal Highway Patrol estimates 2.5 million intersection accidents happen every year... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Seattle’s ice-cream czarina Molly Moon Neitzel to address D.C. women’s summitof preparing for the trips, Neitzel signed the lease for her eighth Molly Moon’
Seattle’s ice-cream czarina Molly Moon Neitzel to address D.C. women’s summit
The Seattle Times / Posted 13 days ago
of preparing for the trips, Neitzel signed the lease for her eighth Molly Moon’s Homemade Ice Cream store, to be located in Columbia City. “It’s quite a time for me,” Neitzel said the other day, seated outside Oddfellows, a Capitol Hill restaurant... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Tougher tobacco laws possible for ColumbiaCOLUMBIA – City council members are considering tougher regulations on tobacco
Tougher tobacco laws possible for Columbia
KOMU Columbia / Posted 13 days ago
COLUMBIA – City council members are considering tougher regulations on tobacco sales in Columbia. At their last meeting, council members asked city staff to draft legislation for a license retailers would need to sell tobacco. Fourth Ward... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
Give the gift of 'sight and sound' todayCounty Sheriff’s Department headquarters, 521 Gibson Rd., Lexington • Cayce Ci
Give the gift of 'sight and sound' today
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 13 days ago
County Sheriff’s Department headquarters, 521 Gibson Rd., Lexington • Cayce City Hall, 1800 12th St., Cayce • West Columbia City Hall, 200 North 12th St., West Columbia • Springdale Town Hall, 2915 Platt Springs Rd., Springdale • Tri-City... Read more
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The Post & Mail
CCHS Class of ’06 reunionColumbia City High School’s Class of 2006 is holding its 10-year reunion Saturd
CCHS Class of ’06 reunion
The Post & Mail / Posted 14 days ago
Columbia City High School’s Class of 2006 is holding its 10-year reunion Saturday, June 18 from 6 p.m. to 12 a.m.. The reunion will be at O’Reilly’s Irish Bar & Restaurant, 301 W. Jefferson Blvd., Fort Wayne. For full event details and to purchase... Read more
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KING5 Seattle
New tool aims to show home's real valuepoints to show the best use for every piece of property in King County. That i
New tool aims to show home's real value
KING5 Seattle / Posted 14 days ago
points to show the best use for every piece of property in King County. That includes the home of Josh, who lives in the Columbia City neighborhood. “I know that my house is worth more than Zillow (Zestimate) says what my house would be, because... Read more
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The Post & Mail
FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL: County teams in actionteam won a close game at Garrett Friday night 33-28 behind 295 yards and five T
FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL: County teams in action
The Post & Mail / Posted 17 days ago
team won a close game at Garrett Friday night 33-28 behind 295 yards and five TDs from running back Landon Harris. Columbia City fell on the road against Bellmont 14-12 in the Eagle's conference opener. Whitko played in its first TRC game... Read more
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