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CHURUBUSCO — The Town of Churubusco recently partnered with Smith-Green Community Schools, Churubusco Child Care Center and United Methodist Nursery School to help provide them with supplies and equipment to help lessen the spread of COVID-19.

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FORT WAYNE — Tyler Lemon, Columbia City High School and Ivy Tech Fort Wayne alumnus, vividly recalls the sage advice of his father, “you need to find a trade you’re good at, get the education you need, and make yourself an invaluable asset to a company.” And that’s what led Tyler to Ivy Tech…

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We’ve taken another hit this week with another team missing weeks of play. The Fremont-Churubusco game scheduled last week was canceled. Fremont will be quarantined for the next two weeks and hopes to return Week 9 against Wes-Del.

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CHURUBUSCO — The Churubusco community is mourning the loss of one of its own — a 12-year-old Churubusco Junior High student, following a tragic death at the schools last week.

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WHITLEY COUNTY — The Community Foundation of Whitley County will continue its 24-year tradition of celebrating the people who make a difference in the lives of local residents with the 2020 Heart of Gold Awards. The Foundation is now accepting nominations for the annual awards to recognize c…

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FREMONT — Fremont Community Schools announced Friday afternoon that tonight’s varsity football game against Churubusco has been postponed due to a COVID-19 precaution.

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COLUMBIA CITY — After postponing the city’s annual Independence Day fireworks display due to the coronavirus pandemic, the show will go on this Saturday.

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CHURUBUSCO — This year’s Homecoming celebration at Churubusco High School didn’t look the same as year’s past, but coordinators made the best of it, announcing the 2020 queen at last Friday’s football game against Prairie Heights.

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CHURUBUSCO — Some normalcy will come back to Churubusco this fall, as Churubusco’s Town Council approved the event during its Sept. 16 regular meeting.

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WHITLEY COUNTY — Some normalcy will come back to Whitley County this fall, as Churubusco’s Town Council and Columbia City’s Board of Works approved the Halloween festivities — some of the first “normal” events to take place in 2020 since the coronavirus pandemic took hold of the U.S. in March.

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Indiana, “The Crossroads of America,” is home to many hotels, and Fort Wayne is no exception. But, how have Summit City hotels fared, and how are they supporting the good health of their staff and customers amid the COVID-19 pandemic?

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COLUMBIA CITY — The Whitley County Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center invites local residents to come to downtown Columbia City this Friday, Sept. 18, from 5-8 p.m. for an outdoor evening of fun at the Chamber’s 2020 Fall EXPO on Van Buren Street.

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COLUMBIA CITY — As many parents anxiously sent their children back to school after being out of the buildings since mid-March, many witnessed an inspiring sight during the first week of school.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has seemed to suck a lot of the fun out of life for many of us. Those of us who take the guidelines seriously are staying out of public places as much as possible. Even when we do go out, the masks and social distancing put both physical and psychological barriers between us.

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CHURUBUSCO — Just like other schools in Indiana and across the country, Churubusco schools announced its plans for home and visiting fans at upcoming fall sports events in relation to the coronavirus pandemic.

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CHURUBUSCO—Smith-Green Community Schools students have been “unbelievably phenomenal” during the first week of classes, Superintendent Dan Hile said.

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COLUMBIA CITY — More details about Tuesday’s utility accident in Columbia City have been released — a story that has left two families devastated by tragedy.

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ANGOLA — Two northeast Indiana high school football teams have been sidelined after one player tested positive for COVID-19, officials said.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb last week announced a partnership between the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction and Mental Health America of Indiana to expand access to trained peer support recovery professionals through the Indiana Recovery Network.

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CHURUBUSCO — One week after starting back to school, Smith-Green Community Schools has had its first confirmed case of COVID-19.

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Columbia City is about to christen a new high school, a high-tech facility that will be home to countless numbers of local students for decades to come. That's a happy occasion for the community.

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COLUMBIA CITY — For the first time since 1958, the parking lot at the Columbia City High School building on North Whitley Street will be empty on the first day of school.

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CHURUBUSCO — “Everything is going about as well as it could.”

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WHITLEY COUNTY — The Whitley County Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center has partnered with Chamber member Franciscan Fireworks to present the “2020 Whitley County Money Box Mystery” — a scavenger hunt across Whitley County and an opportunity to win a $300 cash prize.