CLICK HERE FOR LARGER IMAGE Jay Hilliard, (center) Commander of the American Legion Post 157 presents Kirk Gray, President of…
by Katie Wagner
A community-based planning committee is developing an area at the Churubusco School campus to celebrate the lives of those who have passed away and those individuals who have dedicated themselves to the school and community.
Tuesday, December 1: 50 PD only Main and Whitley Mackin/Koshurin. No alcohol.1150 Citation failure to stop, Schaubschlager W.; 1630 U2 Board of Health at West Pleasant; 1350 School check; 2251 WC Assisted Medics at 2255. Took over CPR until Fire Department showed up.
Heather Shively has been named to the Dean’s List at Huntington University for the Fall Term 2009. Ms. Shively is pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education. She is the daughter of Mark and Lorie Shively of Albion and attends Blue River Church of the Brethren.
Two local students made the Fall 2009 Dean’s List at Manchester College: Samuel Ott, a first-year philosophy major and religion major, is a graduate of Cornerstone Christian School. Linsey Shannon, a junior English major and English/Language Arts education major, is a graduate of Carroll High School.
More than 2700 students achieved either the Dean’s List (D), Semester Honors List (S), or both lists (B) during the Fall 2009 semester at IPFW. The Dean’s List includes those who have completed at least 12 credits toward graduation resulting in at least a 3.5 graduation index and who carried at least six credits during the semester resulting in at least a 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale.
Isabelle Turner, left, was runner-up and Jacob Skinner was declared the winner of the annual Spelling Bee held January 7 at Churubusco Elementary School. Two students from each fifth grade class were selected to participate in the Spelling Bee after winning the preliminary bee in their classroom. Skinner will now compete in the Whitley County Spelling Bee in February.
CLICK HERE FOR LARGER IMAGE Priscilla Andrews won third place in the Churubusco News’ 18th Annual Christmas Decorating Contest. She…
Board creates Rainy Day fund to offset state cuts
by Katie Wagner
The SGCS Board of School Trustees approved Policy 7434 at the January 18 meeting to make Smith-Green Community Schools a complete smoke-free campus, effective beginning with the 2010-2011 school year, with a vote of 4-1. School Board Secretary Nick Uecker voted against the policy.