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My friend, Fr. Doug Marcotte, associate pastor at St. Bartholomew in Columbus, IN, called me this evening and let me know that St. Bartholomew's Catholic Church was vandalized late Saturday or early Sunday morning.
Danielle McClelland, executive director of the Buskirk-Chumley Theatre in Bloomington, emailed the document and a draft of a first-year budget to Redevelopment Director Heather Pope, who received the documents Aug. 22. Because the cost to renovate and reopen the Crump will exceed $500,000, the Columbus City Council will have the final say on the ... (more)
A Seymour nurse will be honored Sept. 11 at the Columbus Parks and Recreation Board for her efforts in reviving a softball player in July.
Purdue Extension offices around the state are hosting nine community sessions, including one in Columbus, aimed at determining the feasibility of local food hubs.
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following information was summarized from the records of city, county and state police, fire and hospital agencies.
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Communities along the 106½-mile route that carries the Louisville & Indiana Railroad between Indianapolis and Louisville know they're in for a change if a federal agency approves a $90 million upgrade.
When Columbus native Josh Burnett fell away from his Christian faith several years ago, friends at The Ridge church in Columbus helped him rediscover his spiritual beliefs.
Kurt and the gang at 4th Street Bar & Grill for your help in surprising Ken on his 60th birthday, from Christy Langston.
TOURISM in Columbus has grown significantly in the past decade, due to the efforts the Columbus Area Visitors Center, in general, and Lynn Lucas and Jim Dietz, in particular.
After five days of testimony, the reckless homicide case of Jacob A.Tolbert went to the jury this afternoon in Bartholomew Circuit Court.
David Newman-Stump works on a tattoo on Monday, July 28, 2014 at Skeleton Crew Tattoo, his tattoo shop on Washington St. in Columbus, Ind.
Columbus police arrested a 70-year-old Columbus man Tuesday on a charge of intimidation, drawing a deadly weapon, after he was accused of pointing a gun at a motorist.
Columbus firefighters said the fire began at 7:45a p.m. Monday in a clothes dryer, which had been unplugged and the circuit breaker turned off an hour before the fire broke out, according to Columbus Fire Department spokesman Capt.
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Updated: Sun Aug 31, 2014 11:02 pm
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