On Tuesday Feb. 21 students had the opportunity to listen to Special Olympics advocate, Andrew Peterson. Peterson, who was brought to by IHSAA, spoke about the troubles he had faced in his life both growing up and in the work place.
"It's one thing to listen
Students were notified of a gun threat against Columbus East High School via a text message alert from the Columbus Police Department today at 2:00 p.m. The threat was made in a group chat on Snapchat.
“I don’t think a lot of students would take a
Bull Dog Wrestling
Come and support the Bull Dogs in the state wrestling competition at Bankers Life Field house tonight at 6.
Bull Dog Basketball
Head over to Bloomington South High School to watch the Bulldogs take on the Panthers tonight at 7:30
With spring break a couple weeks from now, everyone is talking about snow days and two-hour delays. Yet, while sleeping in and staying at home all day seems great, the idea of going to school during the spring to make up the lost days is
The original Clarion Hotel was built 53 years ago and at the time was the largest hotel in Columbus. It is now being rebuilt as a medical research center for Columbus Regional Health. The closing of the Clarion Hotel came as a surprise to the