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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 $129,900 which is roughly $78/per square foot. More Columbia information.

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8 hrs ago | Columbia Daily Herald

Police and Fire Reports: Handgun reported missing

Carl Richard Points, 62, 309 Stonebrook Drive, Columbia, was arrested and charged with theft over $1,000. He was jailed and released on $9,900 bond.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

Columbia Daily Herald

3 injured in crash on Hampshire Pike

Three people including a Hampshire Unit School senior were injured Monday morning in a two-vehicle accident near the intersection of Hampshire Pike and Old State Road, officials said. The accident between a pickup truck and a Jeep Cherokee happened about 7:40 a.m. and delayed traffic for nearly 45 minutes, firefighter Brian McCandless said.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Columbia Daily Herald

Cop arrested, charged with domestic assault

Columbia police officers arrested a Spring Hill officer as he went in to work Friday morning, Columbia Lt. Joey Gideon said.

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Columbia Daily Herald

Architect hired for collapsed downtown building repairs

Heeding legal advice to avoid any further delays, the Columbia City Council approved an agreement on Thursday for the partial renovation of a downtown building that collapsed a year ago this month. "I strongly encourage you not to delay this any longer," City Attorney Tim Tisher said.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

The Jackson Sun

Widow raising son to know dad he never metWidow raising son to know...

Widow raising son to know dad he never met Lance Cpl. Andrew Carpenter wanted nothing more than to get to know his son Check out this story on jacksonsun.com: http://www.jacksonsun.com/story/opinion/columnists/2014/09/12/widow-raising-son-know-dad-never-met/15537725/ The first time I spoke to Crissie Carpenter, she had just suffered an unimaginable tragedy.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Columbia Daily Herald

CFD, city officials honor fallen

Auria Avalos was two years old on Sept. 11, 2001. She doesn't remember the events of that day, but she and her fellow Jr. Navy ROTC members from Columbia Central High School paused to recognize the day Thursday.

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Columbia Daily Herald

Columbians remember Sept. 11, 2001

Columbia Fire Department fire fighters Randall Scott, left, and Tommy Hemphill ring the bell to signify those firemen and others who lost their lives during the 9-11-01 attacks during the CFD's 9-11 program Thursday at the main fire station. The bell was rang at 8:37 a.m., the time the third airplane hit the Pentagon.

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Columbia Daily Herald

New youth pageant starting

Young ladies will have another crown they can seek during the inaugural Miss Mid-South Barbecue Festival pageants to be held beginning 6 p.m. Sept. 20, at the Mt.

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USA Today

Butt-dialed 911 call leads to drug arrest

Butt-dialed 911 call leads to drug arrest Dispatchers who received the call heard a man talking about drugs and getting high. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1tDC2aS Emergency dispatchers in Mount Pleasant - about 60 miles south of Nashville - received a strange 911 call.

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Columbia Daily Herald

Maury County Fair provides outlet for fun

The Maury County Fair &Expo is getting more active each year. The cows and calves, the chickens, the rabbits, etc., are a delight for any child and many adults.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

Columbia Daily Herald

CPD's new downtown station to feature artwork, murals

An artist's rendering shows potential updates the future home of the Columbia Police Department at 707 N. Main St. in Columbia. Columbia Police Department Assistant Chief Michelle Jones is hoping to add facade improvements to CPD's future home at 707 N. Main St. Above is how the back exterior wall currently looks.

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Columbia Daily Herald

Homeowner reports attempted burglary caught on camera

A Columbia woman told police Sunday that footage on her surveillance camera showed someone attempting to enter her home over the weekend. According to a Columbia Police Department report, Salinda Owen and her husband were out of town last weekend when the incident occurred at their home on Martin Drive.

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Chattanoogan.com

Morning Pointe Announces Franklin, Tn. Senior Campus

Independent Healthcare Properties and Morning Pointe Assisted Living have announced the beginning of construction on a new $25-million two-phase senior campus in Franklin creating over 200 construction jobs and 125 permanent healthcare positions.

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

Columbia Daily Herald

Adopt-A-Pet

Meet Blitz, our writer in residence at the shelter. An Australian Cattle Dog mix, Blitz likes to write about the Wild West .

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Columbia Daily Herald

Columbia firefighters recall days after 9/11

The Columbia Fire Department Station No. 1 has 530 America flags displayed on the lawn out front in honor of some of those who died on 9-11-2001, placing an emphasis on those 125 who died at the Pentagon and also the 345 fire fighters and EMS and the 60 law enforcement officers who died that day.

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Mon Sep 08, 2014

Columbia Daily Herald

Schools host 'Dine Out for Education'

Dine Out for Education benefiting Maury County Public School libraries will be held at selected restaurants on Tuesday in Columbia, Spring Hill and Mt. Pleasant.

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National Review Online

Big Abortion Tries to Buy an Election in Pro-Life Tennessee

There are few states more pro-life than Tennessee. When you poll my friends and neighbors , you'll find that 70 percent of Tennesseans would like to ban abortion in all cases or in all cases except rape, incest, or when the life of the mother is at stake.

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Columbia Daily Herald

Columbia-made 9/11 memorial finds home in Memphis

The 9/11 memorial features tiles with the images of more than 400 first responders who died at the World Trade Center. The tiles combine to make an American flag.

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WBIR-TV Knoxville

Kids work on Tennessee's tobacco farms with few protectionsKids work...

Kids work on Tennessee's tobacco farms with few protections Efforts to better protect young tobacco workers face pushback from Tennessee lawmakers. Check out this story on WBIR.com: http://on.wbir.com/1oih3XL LAFAYETTE, Tenn.

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Sun Sep 07, 2014

Columbia Daily Herald

Southern Fried Fest starts Sept. 26

The 19th annual Southern Fried Festival opens its gates Friday, Sept. 26, to kick off the 2014 festival.

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