COLUMBIA CITY — As the fall sports seasons pick up this week, Columbia City High School’s athletic department announced its re-entry plan for fan participation at events.

Only essential personnel will be allowed at Summit Athletic Conference dual sporting events through the month of August, Carroll High School Athletic Director Dan Ginder said in an email on behalf of SAC athletic directors Aug. 6.

COLUMBIA CITY — As school districts across the state and country are welcoming students back into schools for the first time since March, only one thing is for sure — flexibility is going to be necessary.

WHITLEY COUNTY — The Community Foundation of Whitley County recently announced the opportunity for Whitley County high school seniors to apply for the Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship. The Foundation is honored to once again participate in the LECS program funded by the Lilly Endowment,…

COLUMBIA CITY — As school districts across the state and country are welcoming students back into schools for the first time since March, only one thing is for sure — flexibility is going to be necessary.

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s golf team is off to a strong start, toppling Northrop last Thursday and Wawasee last Wednesday after placing fourth in the competitive Homestead invitational.

COLUMBIA CITY — As the fall sports seasons pick up this week, Columbia City High School’s athletic department announced its re-entry plan for fan participation at events.

ANGOLA — Lakeland continued to show why it’s the team to beat in the Northeast Corner Conference on Saturday by winning the Fremont Classic at Lake James Golf Club by almost 20 strokes.

WHITLEY COUNTY — The Community Foundation of Whitley County recently announced the opportunity for Whitley County high school seniors to apply for the Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship. The Foundation is honored to once again participate in the LECS program funded by the Lilly Endowment,…

COLUMBIA CITY — As school districts across the state and country are welcoming students back into schools for the first time since March, only one thing is for sure — flexibility is going to be necessary.

CHURUBUSCO — Two months after school was completed and more than four months after the students last walked the halls of Churubusco High School, the Class of 2020 held its commencement program on the football field last week.