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Nicole Minier

Nicole is editor of IN|Whitley County and the Churubusco News. She has a passion for Whitley County and is always open to new story ideas. Contact her at nminier@kpcmedia.com.

Youth Foundation receives grants for new playground equipment

  CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco’s Youth Foundation is well on its way to funding new playground equipment for the town park. The Foundation has raised $126,000 —...

Fines thwart sewer mishaps at Blue Lake

  CHURUBUSCO — Members of the Blue Lake Conservancy District said incidents are few and far between after implementing a fee to its freeholders. After consistent...

Historical Society to host annual dinner March 18

IN Whitley County Columbia City News
COLUMBIA CITY — The Whitley County Historical Society’s Annual Dinner will be on Saturday, March 18, at noon at the Whitley County Agricultural Museum,...

Letter to the Editor: Health care needs fixed

Dear Editor, Currently the government has the ACA (Obamacare), Medicare, Medicaid, veterans, government workers and congressional officials under several different medical plans. This causes mass confusion,...

Putting community first, career follows

What does community mean to you? Community is like a big blanket, woven with diverse threads, that wraps around you, keeps you warm and protects...

Future of school radio station up in the air

COLUMBIA CITY — Thirteen public school systems in Indiana have their own radio stations. That number may be reduced to 12 if Whitley County Consolidated...

Fester turns her back on adversity

CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco girls basketball player Stacia Fester was recently selected as the U.S. Marines Athete of the Week and also named all-conference in...

Letter to the Editor: ISTEP needs to go

Dear Editor: I read with great interest an editorial concerning ISTEP recently. I also read a letter from the student concerning the stress it put...

Traffic on U.S. 30 could double with freeway

  By Nicole Minier nminier@kpcmedia.com COLUMBIA CITY — Indiana Department of Transportation officials expect that traffic will more than double — from 30,000 to 80,000 vehicles per...

City police gets new K9 officer

The Columbia City Police Department is welcoming a new member to the force. K9 Officer Cas is a 16-month-old Belbium Malinois/German Shepher crossbreed. She...
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