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The Aflac duck has long been a darling of Wall Street. But the pop culture phenomenon has legs ... or shall we say, webbed feet ... that extend to the original Macy’s department store in New York City.
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4 hrs ago | Tooele Transcript Bulletin On-line
Army National Guard Pvt. Quinton J. Mount has graduated from basic infantry training at Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga.
Joe Paullfirstname.lastname@example.orgAn article printed about the Columbus Woman's Reading Club's 50th anniversary printed in a 1938 Ledger-Enquirer newpsaper.
Wendy's opened the first of the newly designed outlets Tuesday across the street from its headquarters in the Columbus suburb of Dublin.
Three financial institutions are entering the Columbus market, led by San Antonio, Texas-based USAA, with HeritageBank of the South and LaGrange Banking Co.
Detectives cleared dozens of robbery and burglary cases last month, following the arrests of seven suspected burglary ring members and the apprehension of two separate alleged robbery groups.
A 29-year-old mother convicted last week of breaking her 8-month-old son’s leg in two places has been sentenced to five years in prison.
What began as a routine traffic stop for speeding turned into a high-speed police chase, and then into a foot pursuit, and finally into an arrest for a dozen charges, including aggravated assault on a police officer, according to court testimony.
Joe Paullemail@example.comLem Miller was recently named the new assistant chief of police with the Columbus Police Department.
The new 105,000-square-foot facility enhances Pratt & Whitney's capacity to service engines that power F-16 and F-15 fighter aircraft used by the U.S. Air Force and international military customers.
Richmond, who also goes by the street name “Little Raymond,” was arrested “without incident” at about 1 p.m. in Phenix City, Ala., and turned over to Columbus police, according to a release.
Kaitie Bryant Photography Lindsey Epperly, an independent luxury travel consultant in Columbus and Atlanta, is shown at an Atlanta restaurant called Sun in My Belly.
ROBIN TRIMARCHI firstname.lastname@example.org Lativia Rivers is the vice-president for operations for the Columbus Visitors Bureau.
The outward signs of Christmas are everywhere. You see it in bulging mailboxes and Santa Claus cupcakes in bakery windows, in the small forests of cedar, spruce and pine trees which have sprung up around busy stores all over town.
Joe Paull jpaull@ledger-enquirer South Columbus Elementary School music teacher Jymi Rafi, who aslo teaches at J.D. Davis Elementary School, helps Tazerra Dandridge,11, with her costume.