CLICK HERE FOR LARGER IMAGE A single car accident occurred Saturday south of Churubusco on U.S. 33 at the intersection…
Parkview Hospital is sponsoring “Children’s Bicycle Rodeo for Helmet Safety” classes at Churubusco United Methodist Church on Saturday, May 22…
The homecoming planned by the Churubusco American Legion for this Saturday, May 15, to welcome home Steve Martin has been…
(CES Elementary principal Nicole Singer kisses a pig as a part of a “Penny War” at school. photo by wagner)
by Katie Wagner
CES Student Council, sponsored by Ms. Allen and Mr. Tomlinson, held a “penny war” to raise money for teacher Cindy Bartlett’s traveling and medical expenses as she undergoes cancer treatments. CES Principal Nicole Singer challenged students to raise $1300—and if they did, their teachers would have to kiss a pig or a cow.
The Faith & Grace Circles of the United Methodist Women gathered May 1 to honor Ruth Shipe Resler. As an only child she graduated from Wawaka High School. She also graduated from IPFW and married Clarence Resler. Together they had sons, David (Laramie) and Darrell (Vickie) and have six grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.
Picture your garden overflowing with plump, juicy tomatoes, shiny green peppers, and crisp green beans. Imagine picking juicy peaches, pears, and apples from the local orchards or selecting fresh produce from baskets at the farmers’ markets.
Wednesday, March 17: 1700 U3 W/C (3) Vin checks, two ATV’s and one trailer at Greenwood Drive. $15. #717244; 1800 U3 W/C Female in station to speak to an officer. Divorced since September 08. Came home today and found her ex-husband in her garage. Wanted to know what to do. She did not use a lawyer for divorce. No paper work in reference to marital property.
One Year Ago
S-G Community Schools hired Stephan Darnell as Superintendent.
Jessie Tartaglia and Jordan Hamilton were prom queen and king.
The National Association of Letter Carriers Annual Food Drive was a huge success in Churubusco, collecting over 105 pounds of food to distribute to local food banks
The CES Student Council helped collect over $1,000 for Riley’s Hospital for Children.
Churubusco racer Bryan Martin opened his second season of competition at Gas City I-69 Speedway. After totally rebuilding his car, he scored his first ever win in the eight lap heat race.
The Town Council agreed and voted to accept the lowest bids for the water treatment project that was to start June 1.