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
Lena and Aaron Oberholtzer have recently bought some property from Rhetta Glick and is now requesting to build a puppy kennel. Many animal advocates have strong opinions about the possibility this being built in our community. Junior Vamshi Balanaja tells us his opinions on whether
Based on some of the responses about some of your policies, can you give us a bit of background about why you released your Inclement Weather Statement?
The reason for releasing it was, there had been a lot of discussions and I don't have all the
According to the CDC, an average of 115 Americans die everyday from opioid overdose. That is approximately 42,000 deaths on average per year in America. One county in particular is taking a step to fight back with this epidemic, Jennings County. The Jennings County Commissioners
At 12:20pm 24 Jan, 2018, a fire was reported to 911. The Carpet Mania store and the adjoining CrossFit Retaliation buildings were engulfed in flames.
Owner of the 10th St. Carpet store discovered the fire, caused by an electrical mishap, at 12:20 and he and his
FDA has recently approved a pill that contains a sensor to digitally track if patients have taken their medication. Abilify MyCite is approved for the treatment of episodes of bipolar disorder, Schizophrenia, and depression in adults.
According to the FDA, “The system works by sending
It’s that time of year again for the Bulldog student assembly to collect cans for those in need. Student assembly works every school year to make a difference in the community, this is one of their many efforts to help those in need. Emma Wetherald
Sayonara! Adiós! Au revoir! Columbus North is getting ready to say good-bye to the bushes dividing the student parking lot from the teacher and visitor parking lot. The reason?
“The bushes are a problem because I drive myself, and a lot of times when you’re pulling
Stickers, colored pens aplenty, and perfectly written in planners are out and visible for the first meeting of the Planner's club.
Resource teacher Sonja Wilson, the club sponsor, was approached by students interested in starting the club.
“I had two students approach me about starting
2nd Annual Doggone 5K Fun Run (or Walk)
Columbus East High school's Lillian Wilson will host the 2nd Annual Doggone 5K Fun Run tomorrow, Nov. 18, from 9 a.m. to noon at Ceraland Park. The event will benefit the Adoption Medical Fun of Columbus