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Follow the Rape Kit

Follow the Rape Kit

May 13, 2019

What Are You Voting For?

What Are You Voting For?

October 5, 2018

Columbus’ Growing Pride: Columbus LGBT 19th Pride Festival

September 25, 2017

Filed under Columbus Area, Columbus Politics

Written by Toni Stauffer Columbus' 19th Annual Pride Festival draws larger crowd than previous years Photo By Toni Stauffer   Held on Saturday, Sept. 23, at Flat Rock park, the 19th annual Columbus LGBT Pride Festival’s crowd tripled i...

War on Weed: Legislators Struggle to Define Pot Regulations in Georgia

April 27, 2017

Filed under Columbus Politics, Georgia Politics

Written by Ashton Johnson      If you live in Columbus, you probably know someone who smokes weed. That person might be a friend or a relative or anyone, really. Perhaps you aren’t aware of their use, but that doesn’t change that you know...

New State Park to be Developed North of Columbus

April 6, 2017

Filed under Columbus Area, Columbus Politics, Georgia Politics

Written by Maddie Fuerte   The Georgia Department of Natural Resources plans to open a new state park in the Columbus area. The land that will be known as Standing Boy Creek State Park is currently an undeveloped 1,580-acre area on Lake Oliver, but t...

Mayor Tomlinson Addresses Community Concerns

March 1, 2017

Filed under Columbus Politics

Written by Armando Fernandez      Mayor Teresa Tomlinson presented her 6th State of the City Address at the Cunningham Conference Center on Friday, February 17th. Accompanied by her husband and parents, Tomlinson thanked the crowd in attendance, wh...

Tax Freeze to Stay: Mayor “Disappointed”, Supporters Satisfied

November 27, 2016

Filed under Columbus Politics

Written by Scottie DeClue   The majority of voters chose to keep the long-standing property tax-assessment freeze when they cast their ballots on November 8, 2016.  The outcome was 62.25 percent to 37.75 percent according to official results from th...

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