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Geiger named 7th All-Around winner PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 13 August 2014 18:45

Colton Geiger of Columbia City placed 7th in the All-Around competition at the 2014 American Junior Chianina Association National Junior Heifer Show in Louisville, Kentucky, June 21–26. For his success he received a prize sponsored by Sullivan Supply.

Geiger participated in many of the educational contests that are offered at the National Junior Heifer Show. Colton placed 2nd overall in speech, 5th overall in salesmanship, 5th in stockman’s quiz, and 1st overall in livestock judging.

 
Auto break-ins abound in Busco PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 07 August 2014 15:07

by Katie Wagner

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Churubusco Town Marshal Michael Engle reported that nine unlocked vehicles were  entered and valuables were stolen from those vehicles sometime between the evening hours of Monday, July 28 and the early morning hours of Tuesday, July 29. The break-ins occurred in the area of Line St., Douglas St., Tulley St. and Windsor Dr.

 
Gerig and Schrader will split auditor’s duties PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 06 August 2014 19:22

(Council members (from left) Bill Overdeer, John Barrett and Paula Reimers vote on a motion during the council meeting Tuesday morning.) photo by wagner

by Katie Wagner

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While Whitley County Auditor Jennifer McGuire remains on a paid leave of absence due to discrepancies discovered during a routine audit by the State Board of Accounts, county officials are picking up the pieces and moving on with the proposed county budget for 2015.

Chief Auditor's Deputy Vicky Schrader assumed McGuire's secretarial duties at both the Whitley County Commissioner's meeting on Monday and the Whitley County Council meeting on Tuesday.

 
Schnellbach opens crime scene cleaning business PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 06 August 2014 19:16

(Crime Scene Sweepers is a locally-owned, family business operated by Joannie Schnellbach (center). Schnellbach's team works together to offer compassionate and discreet clean up of biohazard situations to restore the scene to a safe environment. Pictured, l-r, John Knight, Kevin Bewley, Schnellbach, Matt Schnellbach and Dave Hall.)

by Katie Wagner

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After providing childcare to many local children for 28 years, Churubusco native Joannie Schnellbach is taking her compassion for others in a new direction.

In June, Schnellbach officially opened a new business-Crime Scene Sweepers, LLC. As the owner and president of Crime Scene Sweepers, LLC, Schnellbach has made it her mission to provide discreet and compassionate services to those in need of biohazard clean up.

 
Geiger wins bike PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 06 August 2014 19:13

Five-year-old Keegan Geiger rode his bronco (stick horse) to victory over about 25 other stick horse riders at the Noble County Fair during intermission at the rodeo. He won a bicycle compliments of Walmart.





 
Tracy Stillwell Fundraiser Poker Run PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 06 August 2014 19:11

The Annual Tracy Stillwell Fundraiser Poker Run will be held Saturday, August 9. Registration will begin at 10 a.m. at East of Chicago in Churubusco. The run will begin at 11 a.m.

The cost will be $15 per driver and $10 per rider. Registration cost includes the after party. Stops on the run will include East of Chicago Pizza, Whitley County Humane Society, Beamers Sports Grill, Checkerz Bar and Grill, Tracy’s gravesite at Eel River Cemetery, Michelle’s Uptown, and Port Side Pizza.

 
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