Home / News (Page 5)

1. Poetry in Motion To celebrate National Poetry Month the Johnson County Public Library is hosting a poetry-writing event. This event is tonight 4:30 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. Students who are interested can register at the library’s website. 2. Spring Cleaning Book Sale All April the Bartholomew County Library

READ MORE

Indiana's new abortion law passed March 24, firing up a rally for women's rights against Gov. Mike Pence. Photos by Lillyanne Pham House Bill 1337 (Indiana's New Abortion Law) The main points of the bill that were found controversial: Prohibits a person from performing an abortion if the person

READ MORE

Every year in April, Columbus North presents the opportunity of taking the ACT to juniors or seniors who are college bound. In charge of the testing this year is English teacher Barbara Handt, who was interviewed about how the ACT works. "The ACT is a college admissions

READ MORE

The US general election will take place Nov. 8. Voters will elect a president and members of Congress. May 3 is the Democratic and Republican primary, in which political parties nominate candidates for the general election. In the primary election, voters must select a Democratic

READ MORE

Chick-Fil-A officially opened April 7. Hundreds of people were lined up to get their first Chick-Fil-A meal in Columbus. The drive-through line stretched all the way to Lowe's parking lot. Sophomore Molly Donnell joined the crowd for the opening. "Even though the line was super long, the

READ MORE

1. Spring Cleaning Book Sale All April the Bartholomew County Library is having a "Spring Cleaning Sale." All books in their ongoing sale area will be buy one get two free. 2. Winter Farmers Market Tomorrow from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. there will be a Winter Farmers

READ MORE

1. “Grease” This weekend Columbus North drama students will be presenting “Grease” at the Judson Erne Auditorium. Tonight and tomorrow show begins at 7:30 p.m. and the show on Sunday begins at 2:30 p.m. 2. Winter Farmers Market Tomorrow from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. there will be a

READ MORE