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The Post & Mail
HALLOWEEN! Activities begin Sunday at Peabody Public LibraryCOLUMBIA CITY — Time to mark the calendar. Peabody Public Library in Columbia C
The Post & Mail / Posted 17 hours ago
COLUMBIA CITY — Time to mark the calendar. Peabody Public Library in Columbia City is offering several fall activities and events for families through the end of October. This Sunday, Oct. 22 from 2 to 3:30 p.m., the library is offering a painting... Read more
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Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
Indiana HS football scores3 Culver Academy 35, Northridge 13 E. Noble 14, Plymouth 13 Sectional 20 Ja
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette / Posted 23 hours ago
3 Culver Academy 35, Northridge 13 E. Noble 14, Plymouth 13 Sectional 20 Jay Co. 22, Logansport 21 Ft. Wayne Wayne 62, Columbia City 20 New Haven 20, Leo 7 Ft. Wayne Dwenger 41, Ft. Wayne South 7 Sectional 21 Western 35, Yorktown... Read more
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The Post & Mail
WHO WON? Sectional victors determined Friday nightFriday night IHSAA Sectional football games: • Churubusco 31, Northfield 15 •
The Post & Mail / Posted yesterday
Friday night IHSAA Sectional football games: • Churubusco 31, Northfield 15 • Fort Wayne Wayne 62, Columbia City 20 • Central Noble 56, Whitko 8 Complete details in the Weekend Edition of your Post & Mail, available at newsracks and retail... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
Drinking water group prioritizes treatment plant upgradesincreases over years. Rate increases are also imposed so certain utility funds
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted yesterday
increases over years. Rate increases are also imposed so certain utility funds can meet their cash reserve targets. The Columbia City Council last month approved a 4 percent water rate increase expected to generate more than $969,000, but the... Read more
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WRTV Indianapolis
SCORES: Indiana high school football Week 103 Culver Academy 35, Northridge 13 E. Noble 14, Plymouth 13 Sectional 20 Ja
WRTV Indianapolis / Posted yesterday
3 Culver Academy 35, Northridge 13 E. Noble 14, Plymouth 13 Sectional 20 Jay Co. 22, Logansport 21 Ft. Wayne Wayne 62, Columbia City 20 New Haven 20, Leo 7 Ft. Wayne Dwenger 41, Ft. Wayne South 7 Sectional 21 Western 35, Yorktown... Read more
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SaukValley.com
Arturo ‘Art’ Saldivar Sr.retired from Zenith Corp. in 1998, in Glenview. He continued working, and was e
SaukValley.com / Posted yesterday
retired from Zenith Corp. in 1998, in Glenview. He continued working, and was employed with Undersea Sensor Systems Inc. of Columbia City, Indiana, and Zimmer Biomet of Warsaw, Indiana. He was a member and deacon of Pierceton Presbyterian Church and... Read more
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The Post & Mail
SECTIONALS TONIGHT! Football squads start 'new season'IHSAA SECTIONAL FOOTBALL STARTS FRIDAY NIGHT! All kick-off times at 7:30 p.m.
The Post & Mail / Posted yesterday
IHSAA SECTIONAL FOOTBALL STARTS FRIDAY NIGHT! All kick-off times at 7:30 p.m. • Columbia City at Fort Wayne Wayne • Churubusco hosts Northfield • Whitko at Central Noble. Top coverage in the Weekend Edition of your Post & Mail, available at... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Inside Illinois' $16 billion backlog: What does the state owe your town?Colp Village Treasurer Colp $2,499.25 Colp Village Treasurer Colp $2,063.2
Chicago Tribune / Posted yesterday
Colp Village Treasurer Colp $2,499.25 Colp Village Treasurer Colp $2,063.20 City Of Columbia Columbia $7,536.90 Columbia City Treasurer Columbia $107,821.20 Columbia City Treasurer Columbia $89,009.42 Columbus Village Treasurer... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Agriculture farm to be added to Clary-Shy Park$400,000, will come from the 2015 Park Sales Tax. The rest of the funding will
KOMU Columbia / Posted 2 days ago
$400,000, will come from the 2015 Park Sales Tax. The rest of the funding will be provided by grants and donations. Columbia City Council will hold a public hearing for the project on Nov. 6 to appropriate funds for the project and approve... Read more
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Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
Football: sectional picks | High schoolsLuers Central Noble Woodlan Adams Central Churubusco Eastside Southwood
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
Luers Central Noble Woodlan Adams Central Churubusco Eastside Southwood Elkhart Memorial NorthWood Plymouth Columbia City Bishop Dwenger Lakeland Concordia Bellmont Bishop Luers Central Noble Bluffton Woodlan Adams... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Columbia Board of Education to vote against Broadway Hotel TIFand Christine King and Helen Wade are the board's representatives. The commiss
KOMU Columbia / Posted 2 days ago
and Christine King and Helen Wade are the board's representatives. The commission will vote on a recommendation for the Columbia City Council on Oct. 30. The city council will then decide if it wants to implement the TIF. Preis said, if passed,... Read more
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Columbia Star
Columbia City Council meeting participants hear update on flood recoveryKristi Bothur received a proclamation proclaiming October 15, 2017, as National
Columbia Star / Posted 2 days ago
Kristi Bothur received a proclamation proclaiming October 15, 2017, as National Pregnancy and infant Loss Remembrance Day. Columbia City Council held its monthly meeting Tuesday, October 17. Keely Thibodeaux, with Principial Landmark Consulting,... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
West Columbia takes steps to address 'offensive odors'The West Columbia City Council is taking steps to address odors within the city
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted 3 days ago
The West Columbia City Council is taking steps to address odors within the city limits. At a special meeting Tuesday, the council voted on preliminary approval of an ordinance that changes the city code to address "offensive odors." Despite some... Read more
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The Post & Mail
RACING TO SEMI-STATE: Wakeman, Mills will be in cross-country field SaturdayColumbia City sophomore runners Nathan Mills and Landon Wakeman finished strong
The Post & Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Columbia City sophomore runners Nathan Mills and Landon Wakeman finished strong at last Saturday’s IHSAA West Noble Cross-Country Regionall. Wakeman finished 20th and Mills 27th, both earning a place at this Saturday’s Semi-state race at the Plex in... Read more
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Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
Founded Manufacturer Plans Multi-Million-Dollar Investment, 300+ New JobsWayne”.� Fort Wayne Metals currently employs more than 800 full-time associate
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
Wayne”.� Fort Wayne Metals currently employs more than 800 full-time associates at production facilities in Fort Wayne and Columbia City. The new jobs will be created in all areas of the business, including production and maintenance, business... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
Mayor claims hotel owner, city staff trying to 'stack deck' of TIF commissionand top city employees of lobbying council members in an attempt to manipulate
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
and top city employees of lobbying council members in an attempt to manipulate the outcome of the TIF discussion. The Columbia City Council on Monday appointed a new member to a vacant position on the city's TIF commission, which is currently... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
City leaders review how officers train in community-oriented policing techniquescommunity interactions, the department will need to reconsider how they train o
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
community interactions, the department will need to reconsider how they train officers, according to several members of the Columbia City Council. During a city council meeting Monday evening, city leaders reviewed a report compiled by CPD leaders... Read more
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The Post & Mail
COLUMBIA CITY TRASH PICKUP: West side is first in lineWest-side trash pickup will be first COLUMBIA CITY – Columbia City will be con
The Post & Mail / Posted 4 days ago
West-side trash pickup will be first COLUMBIA CITY – Columbia City will be conducting its annual citywide trash pickup in early October. Trash for the west-side of the city will be picked up Monday, Oct. 3. The east-side will be picked up the... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
City takes new approach to parking garagesgate arm systems in April, which city officials are hoping will increase revenu
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
gate arm systems in April, which city officials are hoping will increase revenue and cut down on parking violations. The Columbia City Council approved spending $930,000 on gate arm systems from HUB Parking Technologies USA during its meeting... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
City council approves two roundabouts near Columbia elementary schoolCOLUMBIA – City council members approved the construction of two new roundabout
KOMU Columbia / Posted 5 days ago
COLUMBIA – City council members approved the construction of two new roundabouts near Mill Creek Elementary School following a public hearing. Multiple Columbia residents voiced their concerns on the now-approved intersections on Nifong Boulevard... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
Two new roundabouts approved for NifongBrittany Ruess @brittanyruess The Columbia City Council greenlit two new round
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
Brittany Ruess @brittanyruess The Columbia City Council greenlit two new roundabouts to be built on Nifong Boulevard, one of which is near an elementary school, during Monday's meeting. Improvements at the intersection of Nifong and Sinclair roads... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
City shares report on police training after data shows racial disparityCOLUMBIA - City Manager Mike Matthes and his staff will share a report Monday a
KOMU Columbia / Posted 5 days ago
COLUMBIA - City Manager Mike Matthes and his staff will share a report Monday at the city council meeting on the types of training Columbia police officers go through before they can serve. The city council requested this information in June after... Read more
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SaukValley.com
Arturo ‘Art’ Saldivar Sr.in Sterling. Art retired from Zenith Corp. in 1998, in Glenview. He continued w
SaukValley.com / Posted 5 days ago
in Sterling. Art retired from Zenith Corp. in 1998, in Glenview. He continued working, and was employed with U.S.S.I. of Columbia City, Indiana, and Zimmer Biomet of Warsaw, Indiana. He was a member and deacon of Pierceton Presbyterian Church and... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
City to decide how to use donated 47-acre landCOLUMBIA- At Monday’s meeting, the Columbia City Council will discuss how to pr
KOMU Columbia / Posted 5 days ago
COLUMBIA- At Monday’s meeting, the Columbia City Council will discuss how to proceed with the development of land donated to the city. The land, located on Strawn Road, was donated to the city in March by Larry Potterfield, CEO of ammunitions... Read more
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Daily Mail
Riverdale star KJ Apa is being slammed for calling Vancouver boringstar KJ Apa is slammed by furious Canadians after branding Vancouver 'boring'
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
star KJ Apa is slammed by furious Canadians after branding Vancouver 'boring' The New Zealand native lives in the British Columbia city where his popular CW show is filmed, but told Live With Kelly and Ryan that things are a bit dull... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Columbia City Council to vote on Antimi Sports Complex improvementsCOLUMBIA – As temperatures start dipping, Columbia looks to make improvements t
KOMU Columbia / Posted 5 days ago
COLUMBIA – As temperatures start dipping, Columbia looks to make improvements to its outdoor sports fields. The Columbia City Council will hold a public hearing and vote at their meeting Monday on whether to make improvements to Antimi Sports... Read more
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The Post & Mail
RAIN, WIND STRIPPING SOME TREES: Columbia City leaf pick-up set to start Monday, 10/23is starting to change, and with it the annual prospect of a deluge of falling l
The Post & Mail / Posted 6 days ago
is starting to change, and with it the annual prospect of a deluge of falling leaves. In light of that inevitability, the Columbia City Street Department has announced the date of this year’s annual leaf pick-up. Crews will be using two leaf... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
THE WEEK AHEADwill give the district's representatives on the TIF Commission direction on how
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
will give the district's representatives on the TIF Commission direction on how they should vote on the proposal. 4. The Columbia City Council on Monday night will host public hearings on roundabouts along Nifong Boulevard at Sinclair Road and... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
City council will review bargaining agreement with police lieutenantsThe union representing Columbia’s police lieutenants soon will have a three-yea
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
The union representing Columbia’s police lieutenants soon will have a three-year labor agreement with city officials. The Columbia City Council on Monday will review a finalized agreement — called a memorandum of agreement — with the Columbia Police... Read more
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Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
Indiana HS football scores | High schools20, Eastern (Pekin) 16 Chesterton 14, Merrillville 7 Churubusco 41, Fairfield
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
20, Eastern (Pekin) 16 Chesterton 14, Merrillville 7 Churubusco 41, Fairfield 7 Cloverdale 33, N. Putnam 19 Columbia City 40, Norwell 7 Columbus East 48, Bedford N. Lawrence 24 Columbus North 28, Southport 14 Concord 26, Warsaw... Read more
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The Post & Mail
WHO WON? Eagles are big winners Friday nightBoth Whitley County Eagles – Columbia City and Churubusco high schools – won bi
The Post & Mail / Posted 8 days ago
Both Whitley County Eagles – Columbia City and Churubusco high schools – won big Friday night. Complete details are in your Weekend Edition of The Post & Mail, available on newsstands throughout Whitley County. Columbia City 40, Norwell... Read more
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The Post & Mail
2017 HALLOWEEN IN WHITLEY COUNTY: Trick-or-treat dates and moreA reported numerous times in your Post & Mail daily newspaper, Columbia City an
The Post & Mail / Posted 8 days ago
A reported numerous times in your Post & Mail daily newspaper, Columbia City and Churubusco trick-or-treat evenings will be Saturday, Oct. 28. South Whitley's trick-or-treat is Tuesday, Oct. 31. A variety of Halloween activities are upcoming in... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
East Campus landlords seek representationthe group’s next step is to work with the city on creating a new neighborhood a
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
the group’s next step is to work with the city on creating a new neighborhood association and start creating bylaws. The Columbia City Council must approve new neighborhood associations. Tim Teddy, the city’s community development director, said... Read more
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The Post & Mail
FOOTBALL PREVIEWS: Final regular season games previewed in Thursday's newspaperWhitko gets its final opportunity for a regular season win Friday evening when
The Post & Mail / Posted 9 days ago
Whitko gets its final opportunity for a regular season win Friday evening when the Wildcats host Wabash at 7 p.m. Columbia City will look to cement its first winning regular season since 2011 when it plays host to Norwell at 7 p.m.... Read more
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Daytona Beach News-Journal
News of Record for Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017Threat, 39, Daytona Beach, sex battery of a victim 12 years of age or older wit
Daytona Beach News-Journal / Posted 9 days ago
Threat, 39, Daytona Beach, sex battery of a victim 12 years of age or older with a special condition; Dylan A. Pettiet, 23, Columbia City, Indiana, possession of methamphetamine, loitering or prowling; Justin D. Sampson, 22, Holly Hill, court... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
Opioid painkillers prescribed at higher rates than other drugs in Columbiadrug monitoring program show pharmacies in the city are dispensing opioids more
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
drug monitoring program show pharmacies in the city are dispensing opioids more than other drugs the system tracks. The Columbia City Council voted in March to join the St. Louis County prescription drug monitoring program, or PDMP, as a way to... Read more
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The Post & Mail
FUN TIMES! Whitley County 4-H Fall Harvest Festival is SaturdayCOLUMBIA CITY — Whitley County 4-H Clubs, Inc. will be hosting the 4th Annual A
The Post & Mail / Posted 10 days ago
COLUMBIA CITY — Whitley County 4-H Clubs, Inc. will be hosting the 4th Annual Autumn Harvest Festival at the Whitley County 4-H Fairgrounds this Saturday, Oct. 14, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. There is no admission fee and there will be free parking for... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
City to purchase property for affordable housinggetting pre-qualified through a local bank of their choice and they are able to
KOMU Columbia / Posted 12 days ago
getting pre-qualified through a local bank of their choice and they are able to work with the realtor of their choice." Columbia City Council will vote on whether to purchase the properties at the Oct. 16 meeting. If the city does buy the land,... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Road safety plan takes steps toward community engagementCOLUMBIA – Columbia’s Vision Zero Network initiative is making strides toward c
KOMU Columbia / Posted 12 days ago
COLUMBIA – Columbia’s Vision Zero Network initiative is making strides toward community engagement. Last December, the Columbia City Council unanimously adopted a new Vision Zero Policy that focuses on increased road safety. Vision Zero... Read more
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The Post & Mail
CROSS COUNTRY: Individuals advance to Regional competitionIndividuals from Columbia City and Churubusco high school cross country teams a
The Post & Mail / Posted 12 days ago
Individuals from Columbia City and Churubusco high school cross country teams advanced as individuals to next Saturday's Regional competition. Complete details are in Monday's edition of your Post & Mail, available at news racks and convenience... Read more
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The Post & Mail
HEART OF GOLD: Awards enter 21st year here; nomination deadline is Oct. 27take place during the Community Foundation’s Annual Meeting on Thursday evening
The Post & Mail / Posted 13 days ago
take place during the Community Foundation’s Annual Meeting on Thursday evening, Nov. 16 at the Eagles Nest Event Center in Columbia City. For additional information, contact the Foundation’s communication coordinator, Chelsey Barrell at... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
Leaders emerge from city's strategic neighborhoods, request resources for projectsBrittany Ruess @brittanyruess Around 1 a.m., at the end of a six-hour Columbia
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
Brittany Ruess @brittanyruess Around 1 a.m., at the end of a six-hour Columbia City Council meeting last month, Angela Whitman stood at the podium and talked about the realities of living on Quail Drive. She only gave her name and address before... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
Vision Zero has eyes on ending traffic deathssavings will be spread out over the next three years on programs and projects o
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
savings will be spread out over the next three years on programs and projects on the Vision Zero action plan, which the Columbia City Council approved in May. Upcoming town halls in each city ward will kick off the initiative and allow the... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
Effectiveness of police review board questionedhas challenged Burton’s conduct decisions — but they have not overruled one of
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
has challenged Burton’s conduct decisions — but they have not overruled one of his decisions in years. Established by the Columbia City Council in late 2009, the Citizens Police Review Board was created to keep the police department accountable.... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
City to consider texting ban for all driverssoon may need to put down their cell phones while driving. A bill seeking to b
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
soon may need to put down their cell phones while driving. A bill seeking to ban all texting while driving will go to the Columbia City Council for consideration no later than December, according to Assistant to the City Manager Heather Cole. The... Read more
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The Post & Mail
COLUMBIA CITY HALLOWEEN PARADE: Lil’ Pumpkins on Parade will be Downtown Oct. 31of Commerce & Visitors Center will host Lil’ Pumpkins on Parade, an opportunity
The Post & Mail / Posted 14 days ago
of Commerce & Visitors Center will host Lil’ Pumpkins on Parade, an opportunity for families to trick or treat in Downtown Columbia City’s business district on Tuesday, Oct. 31, from 2 to 5 p.m. Children of all ages are invited to wear costumes... Read more
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Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
Indiana HS football scoresCentral 27, Merrillville 23 Lakeland 34, Fairfield 7 Lapel 42, Tri-Central 20
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette / Posted 15 days ago
Central 27, Merrillville 23 Lakeland 34, Fairfield 7 Lapel 42, Tri-Central 20 Lawrenceburg 49, Connersville 7 Leo 34, Columbia City 13 Lowell 16, Andrean 0 Manchester 28, Rochester 26 Marion 21, Indpls Tech 6 Martinsville 51, Mooresville... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
Richland Co. sheriff is not alone in his unhappiness with Columbia-Richland 911and also successes on both sides.” Gathers says the sheriff “is entitled to hi
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted 15 days ago
and also successes on both sides.” Gathers says the sheriff “is entitled to his opinion.” In a statement Thursday, Columbia City Manager Teresa Wilson said the city was “open to reviewing and understanding” Lott’s request. A spokeswoman... Read more
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The Post & Mail
WHO WON? Everybody's a winner Friday night!Friday's scores: Columbia City 40, DeKalb 14 Whitko 44, Tippy Valley 20 Chur
The Post & Mail / Posted 15 days ago
Friday's scores: Columbia City 40, DeKalb 14 Whitko 44, Tippy Valley 20 Churubusco 73, Prairie Heights 0 For complete details on this and other local news you need to know, be sure to pick up your Weekend Edition of The Post & Mail at newsstands... Read more
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The Post & Mail
FINAL FIRST FRIDAY OF 2017: Downtown Columbia City hosting event this eveningMany activities for all ages are planned for Friday evening, Oct. 6 from 5 to 9
The Post & Mail / Posted 15 days ago
Many activities for all ages are planned for Friday evening, Oct. 6 from 5 to 9 p.m. in Downtown Columbia City as the final First Friday event of the year. Most Downtown businesses will be open, and there will be Flora and Lily’s Mexican kitchen... Read more
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