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  1. Breakfast Rotary honors Paul Harris FellowsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 20, 2016 | Columbia Daily Herald

    The Columbia Breakfast Rotary Club recognizes eight new Paul Harris Fellows Friday as well as recognizing several sustaining fellows within the club. The club also celebrated recognition as a 100 percent Paul Harris Fellow organization, a rare distinction in Rotary International.

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  2. Martin named finalist for state teacher of the year awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 20, 2016 | Columbia Daily Herald

    Whitthorne Middle School Band Director Cord Martin works with students earlier this year. Martin has been named a finalist for the Tennessee Teacher of the Year Award.

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  3. To manage the stress of trauma, schools are teaching their students how to relaxRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 19, 2016 | Columbia Daily Herald

    One morning before math, the fourth-graders took a little vacation. To soft music, they walked through woods, climbed a mountain and lifted off with imaginary wings, flying over an ocean, a gentle breeze on their faces.

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  4. Home of the braveRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 19, 2016 | Columbia Daily Herald

    Columbia American Little League's Matthew Thomas slides safely into home plate, upending Spring Hill pitcher Clay Robinson, during an all-star game Saturday afternoon. The all-stars were playing in the district tournament over the weekend at Bungle West Park in Columbia.

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  5. Martin named finalist for teacher of the year awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 19, 2016 | Columbia Daily Herald

    Whitthorne Middle School Band Director Cord Martin works with students earlier this year. Martin has been named a finalist for the Tennessee Teacher of the Year Award.

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  6. Neighbor spots fire on Bradford CircleRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 18, 2016 | Columbia Daily Herald

    The Columbia Fire Department responded to a structure fire in the 400 block of Bradford Circle on Saturday. At the scene, Assistant Chief Tim Holt said the fire began in a flowerpot set against the garage which then spread onto the home's siding.

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  7. Campers learn to code robots during program at NorthfieldRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 16, 2016 | Columbia Daily Herald

    Campers watch as a robot reacts to commands they wrote using code on Wenesday. The program was part of a program hosted by Columbia State and the South Central Tennessee Workforce Alliance at Northfield.

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  8. Music is in the air, under the treesRead the original story

    Jun 16, 2016 | Columbia Daily Herald

    It's that time of year again when Bluegrass lovers settle nightly under the shade trees in on Monument Road in Summertime to join impromtu musical jam sessions or sit back and listen to concerts or watch the annual buck dancing contest. This year's Summertown Bluegrass Festival continues through Saturday with stage shows beginning at 7 p.m. on Friday and noon on Saturday.

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  9. Co-op soldRead the original story

    Jun 14, 2016 | Columbia Daily Herald

    The Maury Farmers Co-op on Main Street in Spring Hill has been sold for $925,000, county records show. No recent deed changes have been registered at this time in connection with the Mt.

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  10. Will the price be right for this Columbia native?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 14, 2016 | Columbia Daily Herald

    Game show fans, remember to stay close to your television sets, because Columbia native Jasmine Russell will grace the screen during Wednesday's episode of "The Price is Right." Along with visiting the Staples Center to watch the Miami Heat play the Los Angeles Lakers and hiking through the iconic Runyon Canyon Park, the two lifelong fans of the show visited its studio in West Hollywood's CBS Television City.

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  11. Planning Commission defers 1,000 home Beechcroft developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 14, 2016 | Columbia Daily Herald

    A proposed 1,000-plus neighborhood development located southwest of Beechcroft Road and Cleburne Road near Spring Hill Middle School was deferred by the Municipal Planning Commission this week. The master development plan would be located on 473.13 acres of rural property and would include townhomes, single-family units and commercial space.

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  12. Flag Day flyingRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 14, 2016 | Columbia Daily Herald

    A large American flag flies high above Columbia from an Industrial Contractors' crane Tuesday for Flag Day. A large American flag flies high above Columbia from an Industrial Contractors' crane Tuesday for Flag Day.

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  13. Carters Creek Station voted for higher densityRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 13, 2016 | Columbia Daily Herald

    Three items related to the proposed development on Carters Creek Station Road were voted to allow higher density following a lengthy discussion between citizens and the Columbia City Council last week. The R-6 zoning request for townhomes in the rural neighborhood has been a topic of controversy for the past two months at council meetings, where it was required to pass two readings before taking effect.

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  14. Starbucks opens Columbia locationRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 13, 2016 | Columbia Daily Herald

    Starbucks barista Alexis Cervantes pours a green tea frappuccino on the Columbia stores opening day. The shop is located in Kroger's 1202 S. James Campbell Boulevard location.

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  15. New Columbia Goodwill store, career center to open July 21Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 12, 2016 | Columbia Daily Herald

    Area residents are invited to help Goodwill celebrate the grand opening of its new store in Columbia on Thursday, July 21, with a ribbon-cutting and door prizes. It replaces the Neeley's Mill site at 1412 Trotwood Ave., which Goodwill has occupied for about a decade and which will close just before the new facility opens.

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  16. Ex-student returns as leader of bandRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 11, 2016 | Columbia Daily Herald

    Columbia Central Band Director Connie Cathey will be joined by her former student, Trevor Baxter, in directing the school's band. Returning longtime Columbia Central High School Band Director Connie Cathey will be joined by her former student Trevor Baxter in directing the school's band.

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  17. Froggy's Fog comes to BonnarooRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 9, 2016 | Columbia Daily Herald

    From left, Froggy's Fog assistant Brent Roland and effects designer David Rollins prepare for the weekend at Bonnaroo at the Snake & Jake's Christmas Club Barn. The Columbia company plans to return next year with more effects and surprises for festival goers, Rollins said.

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  18. Motorsports park in Columbia?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 9, 2016 | Columbia Daily Herald

    Richard Keith hopes to build a motorsports park on his property located at 2656 Harlan Farms Rd. He brought his proposal before the Maury County Board of Zoning and Appeals on Wednesday. Richard Kieth speaks before the Maury County Board of Zoning and Appeals proposing a motorsports park on Harlan Farms Road.

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  19. James Bennett column: Columbia State remains under Board of Regents' controlRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 9, 2016 | Columbia Daily Herald

    Gov. Bill Haslam moved ahead with his plan to transform higher education in Tennessee this week, signing an agreement that impacts Columbia State Community College and the Tennessee Centers for Applied Technology in Hohenwald and Pulaski. Haslam's Focus on College and University Success Act separates the state's community colleges and technical schools from the six four-year universities in the Board of Regents system.

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  20. Polk Presidential Hall previews new exhibit with partyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2016 | Columbia Daily Herald

    As those attending the preview party for Polk Presidential Hall's newest exhibit roam around the exhibit, Polk era reenactors engage in some appropriate activities: doing hand-work is Deborah Glidden with her husband Bill standing nearby, and Debbie Lewis, on an 1756 fiddle, and Denise Gardener, on dulcimer, play "Soldier's Joy." Polk era reenactors, from left, Brian Laster, Ron Westphal, Amy Briggs, Mark and Phyllis Hubbs and Myers Brown stand near the cane break, the Conestoga wagon and the surveyor's office at Polk Presidential Hall during the recent preview party for the facility's newsest exhibit "West to Prosperity: The Polk Home at 200."

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