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COLUMBIA CITY — Whitley County was one of the areas in the state to receive funding through the Community Crossings grant program.

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COLUMBIA CITY — Time management and GIS were two topics discussed this past week in both the Whitley County commissioner and council meetings.

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CHURUBUSCO — A new officer has been welcomed into the Churubusco Police Department.

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COLUMBIA CITY — Whitley County policy regarding emergencies, particularly as they relate to weather and employee pay, is being reevaluated as explained during the Whitley County Commissioner and Council meetings last week.

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WHITLEY COUNTY — The following individuals were arrested and booked into the Whitley County Jail:

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Cameron Memorial Community Hospital in Angola and Parkview Health will continue to require visitors to its facilities to wear face coverings when the state’s mask mandate downgrades to a mask advisory on Tuesday.

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COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City officials are calling for pet owners to take more responsibility for animal feces on public property.

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ALLEN COUNTY — Last week, the Indiana Department of Transportation announced two road closures in the Churubusco area — one on SR 205 and another on U.S. 33.

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CHURUBUSCO — An ordinance calling for the increase of town sewer rates was approved Tuesday evening in a special meeting of the Churubusco Town Council.

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CHURUBUSCO — Many communities turn to art — dynamic murals that not only beautify the community but attract people, spending dollars at local businesses, and maybe even moving to the area.

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Write about the rare bird alert my younger daughter suggested at a family get together when I said I needed a subject for an article. “But the rare bird alert is no longer active,” I said.

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COLUMBIA CITY — The Whitley County Commissioners have voiced their thoughts regarding a recent house bill presented in Indiana.

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COLUMBIA CITY — Indiana’s legislators are halfway through session, and Whitley County’s representatives offered updates on some of what has been happening so far in a recent meeting with the community.

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CHURUBUSCO — An ordinance outlining increases to the town sewer rate was introduced at the Churubusco Town Council meeting.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Hoosiers age 50 and older now can receive vaccinations for COVID-19, the Indiana State Department of Health announced Wednesday.

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COLUMBIA CITY — Passages Inc. and the City of Columbia City received a boost to expand services — a grant worth $146,523.

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CHURUBUSCO — There was a new face at the last Churubusco Council meeting. Devin Keener was sworn in as the newest member of the council.

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WHITLEY COUNTY — In their time of need, sometimes a young person needs a place that can offer help, a place they can turn to where they feel safe.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Recent snowstorms caused some disruptions in vaccine distribution across the state, with tens of thousands of vaccine appointments needing to be rescheduled.

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COLUMBIA CITY — Snow isn’t the only thing that has kept the Whitley County Highway Department busy this winter.

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COLUMBIA CITY — Like her counterparts, newly sworn-in Whitley County Commissioner Theresa Green has hit the ground running, learning what she can and looking ahead to how she can best serve the county.

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CHURUBUSCO — For the past year, the town of Churubuso has been working with DLZ Engineering on preliminary plans for upgrading the town’s sewer plant and lift stations.

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WHITLEY COUNTY — For the first time in months, Whitley County has made its way out of the red designation from the Indiana State Department of Health.

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WHITLEY COUNTY — Whitley County remains on the wrong side of the state’s coronavirus statistics, as the county recorded the highest positivity rate of the 92 counties.

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COLUMBIA CITY — “The Whitley County Economic Development Corporation strives to be the single point of contact for those businesses we want to attract and retain,” EDC President Dale Buuck said.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Unemployment in northeast Indiana continues to move back toward prepandemic levels, said the final report of estimates for 2020, said monthly data released Wednesday by the Indiana Department of Workforce Development.

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INDIANAPOLIS — After previously stating he would sign a new executive order loosening gathering size restrictions in counties on Sunday, Gov. Eric Holcomb jumped his own deadline and issued that new order late Thursday.

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CHURUBUSCO — In a special meeting of the Churubusco Town Council last week, bids were opened for engineering work for the town.

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COLUMBIA CITY — SITES Medical, an orthopedic medical device technology development company, and sister company Mach Medical, a firm dedicated to revolutionizing the orthopedic medical device supply chain, announced the opening of its new headquarters facility.

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WHITLEY COUNTY — While a majority of Indiana’s counties have returned to the less-restive “orange” designation for COVID-19 activity and restrictions, Whitley County was one of the lone in northeast Indiana to stay in the “red.”

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COLUMBIA CITY — The Whitley County Board of Commissioners held a brief meeting on Monday, Jan. 4. to lay the groundwork for the new year. This included the recognition of county employees and the announcement of a coming COVID-19 vaccine.

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WHITLEY COUNTY — While some other counties in Indiana have dropped from “red” designation to “orange,” that is not the case in Whitley County, which has seen a marked increase in cases since the holidays.

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CHURUBUSCO — The Churubusco Town Council rang in the new year at the Boy Scout Building with its first meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 6. Clerk-treasurer Madalyn Sade-Bartl announced that the Churubusco Public Library will receive a new mural.

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CHURUBUSCO — The Churubusco Town Council rang in the new year at the Boy Scout Building with its first meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 6. Clerk-treasurer Madalyn Sade-Bartl announced that the Churubusco Public Library will receive a new mural.