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Schuyler Marks rode in the third annual Human Powered Vehicle Festival at FairOaks Mall in 1992. From The Republic archives

2007

ArvinMeritor Inc. sold its Emissions Technologies group, including two Columbus operations that employed 950, to One Equity Partners of New York for $310 million.

1992

Lightning struck a transformer at Ninth and Washington streets, knocking out power to downtown businesses and residents.

1967

Bartholomew County Plan Commission approved a new 50-unit addition to Driftside Trailer Park north of Columbus.