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Urban Station to close by end of October

By J. Romano A popular lunch destination in downtown Columbia City will be closing permanently at the end of October, according to a post on social media today by the business owner. Kristin Spangle, owner of Urban Station, says she’s… Continue Reading →

Tokyo Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi now officially open

By J. Romano Tokyo Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi officially opened at 11 a.m. today, much to the excitement of local residents eager for something new in the restaurant scene.  Located at 116 West Van Buren Street, the completely renovated space… Continue Reading →

CCHS celebrates 100th football season

GOP to meet again in September

From reports The Whitley County GOP’s next meeting is slated for Saturday, September 18 at 8 a.m. They will meet at Big G’s for breakfast and the program will include updates from local Republicans currently in office.

INDOT project has SR 205 closed for several months

From reports he Indiana Department of Transportation announces the closure of S.R. 205 for asphalt repaving. Crews will be working from U.S. 30 in Columbia City to Whitley Street in Churubusco. During the closure, drivers should use the posted detour… Continue Reading →

Chamber welcomes Goin’ Postal

The Whitley County Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center wishes to extend a Chamber Welcome to local business owner Q. Qureshi, owner of Columbia City Goin Postal Inc. He operates a full service shipping store 1080 Spartan Drive, Suite A,… Continue Reading →

INDOT hosting hiring fair on Thursday

From reports The Indiana Department of Transportation announces it will hold a statewide hiring fair on Thursday, August 19 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Northeast District hiring event will take place at the Fort Wayne District Administration Office… Continue Reading →

Indiana Army National Guard event underway now

In Memory: Susie Duncan Sexton

Susie Elizabeth Sexton, 75, of Columbia City, IN, passed away unexpectedly Friday, August 6, 2021, at her home. Born on May 14, 1946, in Fort Wayne, she was the daughter of Roy and Edna (Lewis) Duncan. She grew up in… Continue Reading →

Rain or shine, local Lions are grilling downtown

(Talk of the Town photo by J. Romano) Skies might be dreary today, but the local Lions Club members are busy grilling their signature sausage sandwiches and hot dogs in downtown Columbia City. You can find them at the corner… Continue Reading →

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