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Cold-beer sales, workforce development training, education funding. These issues and others are likely to come up during the free weekly forum that allows local residents... [Read More]
The town of Hope will strike up the band for its annual Groundhog Day ceremony. For the first time, the Hauser High School Band will... [Read More]
Staff and Wire Reports Indiana State Police troopers scrambled Saturday to keep up with vehicles sliding off roads made dangerously slippery by a winter storm... [Read More]
Legal Aid, a nonprofit that provides free civil legal services, will host a clinic from 3 to 5 p.m. Monday and Feb. 20 at the... [Read More]
From: Ken Fudge Columbus The opiate lawsuit frenzy that has hit Indiana government sounds like a way to get more money to spend rather than... [Read More]
Earlier this season, Edinburgh boys basketball player Coltan Henderson stepped out of his comfort zone and in front of an opposing player. The 6-foot junior... [Read More]
Staff Reports The Indiana Invaders went 0-0-3 in pool play but then won three consecutive tournament games to capture last weekend's sixth annual Midwest Broomball... [Read More]
Second Quarter Gold Honor Roll Fifth Grade: Saanvi Anikhindi, Taylor Coryea, Nathan Enneking, Ryne Fish, Donovan Lowe, Philip Mattern, Advika Nambissan, Reva Nanekar, Konner Powell... [Read More]
Indiana corporations, from huge manufacturers to small accounting firms, will get a tax cut this year under the Republicans' sweeping tax overhaul. But one industry... [Read More]
By Robert Mixner In his essay "The Creative Process," collected in "The Price of the Ticket: Collected Nonfiction 1948-1985," writer James Baldwin compares the artist... [Read More]
2008 Columbus North senior Michael Gorbett earned one of the state's top vocational awards, the Indiana Vocational Education Secondary Student Award for Excellence, in recognition... [Read More]
Doug Bell, who works in facilities management at Columbus Regional Hospital, will share his experiences working with therapy dogs at a 7 p.m. session Wednesday... [Read More]
Uncle Sam, via his Census Bureau, just before Christmas, gave us the news: Idaho had the fastest growing population in the nation. The great potato... [Read More]
Artifacts and edibles will be the focus of the Jennings County Historical Society's annual pitch-in dinner. The free Jan. 25 event at the North American... [Read More]
* Asterisk denotes a local author or Indiana connection Children and Young Adult 1. "Wonder," R.J. Palacio 2. "Pete the Cat: Snow Daze," James Dean... [Read More]
The movie industry has well-earned its nicknames such as "Tinseltown" and "La La Land." Over the years, Hollywood turned out dazzling and star-powered productions that... [Read More]
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the nurses in the IV Infusion Center at Columbus Regional Hospital for the very competent, compassionate and professional care for the last few months, from... [Read More]
COLUMBUS Joan A. Goff, 84, of Columbus, passed away on Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018, at Brown County Health & Living Community. Arrangements are incomplete at... [Read More]
COLUMBUS John Currey, 91, passed away on Jan. 12, 2018, at Four Seasons Healthcare in Columbus, Indiana. Arrangements are incomplete at Myers-Reed Chapel. [Read More]
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