Lakeland Christian Academy Earns Continuing NCA CASI Accreditation

WINONA LAKE — Administrator Joy Lavender announced Tuesday, Aug. 18, Lakeland Christian Academy earned continuing accreditation from the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement, an accreditation division of AdvancED. This action was taken at the AdvancED Accreditation Commission meeting held in Tempe, Ariz., June 25.

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Judge Grants Preliminary Injunction Against Oakwood

Details are sketchy, but Circuit Court Judge Michael Reed granted the plaintiffs a preliminary injunction against Oakwood Friday, Aug. 14. However, the injunction does not go into affect until the plaintiffs pay a $25,000 bond. At press time, the county clerk had no record of the bond being paid.

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North Webster Council Awards Bids

Street repaving in some areas of the town of North Webster will begin this fall. At the Tuesday, Aug. 18, North Webster Town Council meeting, Phend & Brown, Milford, was the low bidder at $17.20 a square yard over two competitors, Niblock and Ranger Materials.

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Phend And Brown Wins Syracuse Street Paving Bid

Syracuse Town Council approved a bid for $140,627.30 from Phend and Brown for street paving during its regular monthly meeting Tuesday night, Aug. 18. Phend and Brown also won a paving contract with the Turkey Creek Fire Territory for $66,778.20. Both contracts were bid together and each agency will be invoiced separately.

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WACF Annual Breakfast Meeting Saturday

SYRACUSE — Join the Wawasee Area Conservancy Foundation at 9 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 22, for the annual WACF public meeting, at the Levinson-LaBrosse Lakes ad Wetlands Education Center. The breakfast meeting will be held at the Ruddell Pavilion.

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Fire Board Addresses Paving, Clarifies Purchase Of Fitness Equipment

Monday’s meeting of the Turkey Creek fire territory executive board involved bids for paving and cosmetic work on the township’s fire stations and a clarification by President Kimberly Cates about fundraising efforts to help pay for exercise equipment for the department.

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IU, Purdue Students Expect Delays During Move-In Weekend

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Transportation advises students moving in to Indiana University and Purdue University to plan extra travel time on I-65 between Lebanon and Lafayette and SR 37 between Martinsville and Bloomington.

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