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Local actresses sought for upcoming production of ‘Steel Magnolias’

From reports Auditions will be offered next week for The Whitley Arts Partnership’s next on stage event, a production of Steel Magnolias.According to those close to the project, they are seeking six talented actresses for the late October production. Auditions… Continue Reading →

The Woodlands Senior Center announces second annual ‘Birdies, Beer & Brats’

The Woodlands Senior Center in Columbia City will host their second annual Birdies, Beer and Brats fundraiser on Saturday, October 9, 2021, at noon at Eagle Glen Golf Course.Each ticket for the scramble format golf outing includes greens fees, cart,… Continue Reading →

4-H clubs prepare for Autumn Harvest Festival in October

Article provided Whitley County 4-H Clubs, Inc. will be hosting the 7th Annual Autumn Harvest Festival at the Whitley County 4-H Fairgrounds on October 16, 2021, starting at 9 a.m. There is no admission fee and free parking for this… Continue Reading →

Second Saturday Art Market coming to Churubusco on July 10

From reports The Second Saturday Art Market is coming to Churubusco this Saturday, July 10, 2021. The art market, featuring many area artists, will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 105 South Main Street in Churubusco on… Continue Reading →

Smithsonian exhibit on water has arrived in North Webster thanks to library, The Watershed Foundation

From reports An opening ceremony was held Saturday morning at the North Webster Community Public Library, marking the opening of the traveling Smithsonian exhibit at the library called “Water/Ways.” The museum quality, interactive exhibit will be on display inside the… Continue Reading →

Riley Lefever named assistant wrestling coach at Indiana University

Article provided IU head coach Angel Escobedo has announced the addition of four-time national champion Riley Lefever as an assistant coach for the Indiana wrestling program. Lefever, who grew up in Fort Wayne, wrestled at Wabash College, where he was… Continue Reading →

New interactive reservoir habitat map available for anglers

Article provided Anglers can find fish habitat structure locations and more on DNR’s new interactive reservoir habitat map. Habitat structure, such as bundles of Christmas trees, rock piles and wooden platforms, improves aquatic habitat for fish by creating areas for… Continue Reading →

Old Settlers Days Schedule

There are still many activities happening for Old Settlers Days in Columbia City. Check the list below for further information: Wednesday, June 23, 2021 Event Time Location OSD Pickleball Tournament – Mixed 8 a.m. Fahl Aquatic Center Poor JackAmusements Midway… Continue Reading →

Camp Whitley’s Adult Camp offers outdoorsy fun, scenic relaxation

Article provided Adults looking for a rustic, outdoor weekend get-away are invited to join Camp Whitley’s Adult Camp on Troy Cedar Lake. This year’s event takes place July 30 to August 1 on the 84-acre rural property. Applications and complete… Continue Reading →

71st Turtle Days festival in Churubusco kicks off Wednesday

From reports Turtle Days is almost here! Rides are arriving and carnival games are being set up. Turtle Days in Churubusco will be held from June 16-19, 2021. This year’s theme is “Fun in the Sun at 71.” The fun… Continue Reading →

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