The Whitley County Amateur Radio Club W5YI Team held their quarterly test session on Saturday, October 31. The W5YI Team members present were Cathy Evilsizor / WB8ORR Don Evilsizor / KA9QWC, Dave Keiser / WB9UNL, Henry Mackey / N9HM, Betty Hopson / KC9HYW, Gary Stebbins / KC9GGV, Greg Watson / KA9DTZ, John Barchak / W9PI and Roger McEntarfer / N9QCL.
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COLUMBIA CITY – Congressman Mark Souder is the guest speaker at the Whitley GOP breakfast on Saturday, November 7 at CC Deli at 8:30 a.m. Congressman Souder will address local Republicans and take questions at the monthly Republican breakfast. Cost is $5 for breakfast and coffee.
Toys For Tots of Whitley County has a new director, and a new location! The Salvation Army will begin taking…
Whitley County Chapter AARP met October 6, at the Woodlands Center. President Pat Loe presided. Virginia Wright led the group in the pledge to the American Flag followed by a prayer given by Mike Hazen.
by Dave Crabill
The Whitley County Commissioners, an elected three member board that oversees the day-to-day running of the county, brought their meeting to Churubusco on Monday. The three members are Tom Rethlake, Mike Schrader and Don Amber.
Thanks to the generosity of two of our wonderful volunteers, who are underwriting the difference, the Humane Shelter and Adoption Center of Whitley County is holding a half-price Cat Sale from now through November 30.
During the 2008-2009 school year the HANDS Foundation funded equipment for a handicap accessible preschool playground, purchased ten Senior Packs through the Council on Aging, funded digital cameras for Coesse and Little Turtle Elementary Schools and Churubusco High School.
On Monday, September 28 from 3-6 p.m. the Whitley County Government Center will be offering flu shots to adults only…
The Whitley County Soil and Water Conservation District hosted its 27th annual conservation field days for the fifth grade students from Coesse, Little Turtle, Mary Raber, Northern Heights, South Whitley and Churubusco. This project is done in cooperation with the Whitley County Extension Service at the 4-H Center in Columbia City.
COLUMBIA CITY – Warner Electric, a manufacturer of clutch and brake systems for a variety of industries, announced today that it will expand its operations here, creating up to 20 new jobs by 2012.
The company, whose power transmission products are marketed to customers in the material handling, turf and garden and agricultural equipment markets, among others, will consolidate operations from an Illinois facility into its existing Columbia City operation on the city’s southeast side.