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Columbia, Tennessee is located in Maury County. Zip codes in Columbia, TN include 38401, and 38402. The median home price in Columbia is $132,000 which is roughly $77/per square foot. More Columbia information.

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13 hrs ago | Columbia Daily Herald

Spring Hill man arrested for alleged rape, theft

Emiliano Rodriguez Brannon, 23, 2593 Duplex Road in Spring Hill, was arrested Saturday and charged with aggravated rape, aggravated domestic assault and theft of $1,000 or more, according to Maury County Sheriff's Department records.

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13 hrs ago | Columbia Daily Herald

Police seeking man wanted for assault

The aggravated assault occurred about 1 p.m. Friday in the 1100 block of South Glade Street in Columbia, Columbia Police Department Sgt.

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13 hrs ago | Columbia Daily Herald

A new knapsack for class

Local residents line up to see if they qualify for free school supplies through a giveaway sponsored by New Life Church in Columbia Saturday.

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15 hrs ago | Columbia Daily Herald

Police reports: July 22, 2014

Vandalism of a vehicle was reported at Bear Creek Pike near Rally Hill Road in Columbia.

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18 hrs ago | WKRN

Facebook connects Mt. Pleasant couple with lost keys, class ring

A set of lost keys and a class ring were returned to a Mt. Pleasant couple thanks to a post on Facebook.

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Sun Jul 20, 2014

Columbia Daily Herald

Protecting the dead: Families protest proposed interstate renovation near cemetery

A proposed $11 million renovation of the Interstate 65 interchange at Bear Creek Pike has some Columbia residents concerned for their loved ones' final resting places.

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Columbia Daily Herald

Faculty at Athenaeum Girls' School splits, forms new school

Dana Wyatt of Huntingdon, right, a teacher with the Athenaeum 1861 Girls' School teaches etiquette class Wednesday to students, from left, Morgan R. Turner, 14, of Middleton, Wisconsin; and Lucy McGee, 14, of McMinnville.

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Columbia Daily Herald

Woman finds faith building stone wall

In the past two decades, Elizabeth Davis has built and rebuilt the two low rock walls flanking the drainage ditch on her Columbia property more times than she can count.

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Fri Jul 18, 2014

Columbia Daily Herald

Federal suit filed involving N-Word incident

A Maury County woman and her grandson filed suit Thursday against the county school board claiming administrators violated their civil rights by mishandling complaints about racial abuse.

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WKRN

Braves release second baseman Uggla

Uggla, a Columbia, Tennessee native, was batting .162 with two homeruns and ten RBI in 48 games in his fourth season with the Braves.

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Thu Jul 17, 2014

Columbia Daily Herald

Willis leading mayoral race in donations, expenditures

With just three weeks before the Aug. 7 election, Maury County mayoral candidate Kim Willis of Columbia is leading the six-person race in donations and expenditures, according to filed financial reports.

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Columbia Daily Herald

Collecting bugs makes cents

Iliana Ortiz, 9, of Columbia, waits at a collection station as Dwight Sullivan prepares to weigh her collection of fireflies.

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Wed Jul 16, 2014

Columbia Daily Herald

Local briefs: Spring Hill to hold business expo

The City of Spring Hill will host a business expo from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday at Spring Hill High School.

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Columbia Daily Herald

Adopt-A-Pet

Do you remember the children's story, "Pippi Longstocking"? That Pippy was very cute, but she was a bit strong-minded and had super- human strength.

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Tue Jul 15, 2014

Columbia Daily Herald

Spending one week in 1861: School teaches historic arts of elegance

Instructor Eleanna Flautt, standing, demonstrates the art of rag rolling Monday on fellow teacher Tammy Hatcher.

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Sun Jul 13, 2014

Columbia Daily Herald

Cookout raises money for vets in need

World War II veteran Baxter Blackburn, left, and son Barry Blackburn enjoy a meal Saturday at Riverside United Methodist Church in Columbia.

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Columbia Daily Herald

Park workers lauded as heroes

Columbia Parks Employees Byran Farris and Clinton Gurley were honored at the July 10 Columbia City Council meeting for their efforts in reviving fellow employee Thomas Whitehead after a heart attack.

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Columbia Daily Herald

'Rip,' roaring good time at market

One-year-old Jackson Taylor, of Columbia, and 3-year-old Claire Suppinger, of Franklin, danced to the music at Rippavilla Plantation during the vintage market Saturday morning.

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Columbia Daily Herald

BMC celebrates 40 years in business

From left, BMC's Fabrication Services Manager Ray Blanchett, BMC Supervisor Travis Smith and BMC President Jimmy Phillips stand in front of the company's new APHS 480-ton, seven-axis hydraulic press brake at the Columbia business.

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Columbia Daily Herald

Program helps hard-up residents pay for repairs

Assistant Police Chief Michelle Jones honors retiring Lt. Andre Martin for his years of service to the Columbia Police Department.

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