A Whitley County Police officer was critically injured when his squad car crashed while he was responding to a call Saturday night. Sheriff’s Department Reserve Officer Adam D. Schrader, 30, was in critical condition after the crash, which happened at about 3 a.m.
Whitley County Domestic Violence Task Force was formed and starting meeting in October of 2009. Sherry Sausaman, RN at Parkview Whitley Hospital has joined with the alliance of Judy Strock, the victim advocate from the YWCA in Fort Wayne, to bring agencies and citizens together at the same table to create this task force.
March 28 – 4-H Petroleum Power Banquet, 1:30 p.m., County Office Complex-South. April 1 – 4-H Alpaca/Llama Call Out Meeting,…
Who do you know that is going above and beyond to make a difference for kids? Who do you know that works to create an environment that ‘lifts up’ young people? Who do you know that is looked up to and admired by young people?
In January, Whitley County embarked on a process to re-write the County’s Comprehensive Plan. This process will establish a set of goals and objectives for Whitley County in regard to growth, land use, transportation, development, quality of life, and the environment.
The Noble County 4 -H Program will offer Hunter Education Classes to all interested persons. Noble County Conservation Officer, Rodney Clear, will be conducting classes on Saturday, April 24 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Sunday, April 25, from 12 noon to 6 p.m. at the Noble County Office Complex-South, Albion.
The Tri-Lakes Lions Club is holding a Fish and Tenderloin Fry as a spring fund-raising activity. The event will be held on Saturday, April 3 from 4-7 p.m.
Whitley County Chapter AARP met Tuesday, March 2, at the Woodlands. President Pat Loe opened the meeting, and she welcomed all present including guests Marilyn Wright and Linda Shaw. Virginia Wright led in the Pledge to the Flag and Bonnie Hazen gave the prayer.
The Noble County Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD) will again offer tree seedlings for spring planting. A colorful selection will be offered including: Flame Maple, Eastern Redbud, White Flowering Dogwood, Sargent Crabapple, Sycamore, Pin Oak, American Mountain Ash, Eastern Redbud, Tulip Poplar, Norway Spruce, White Pine, Blue Spruce and American Arborvitae.
Jennifer “Jen” McGuire has chosen to run for the Whitley County Auditor’s position under the Republican ticket. She is the current Tax Deputy in the Whitley County Auditor’s office and has been working for County Government for the last 15 years. She also worked for thirteen years in the Noble, Allen and Whitley County Auditor’s offices and two years as the elected Clerk/Treasurer for the Town of Albion. Prior to county government she worked in payroll, accounting and customer service for Group Dekko for ten years.