Editorials

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Elected Bartholomew County officials have typically responded to budget crunches with belt tightening in departments, trying to make do with less. That...
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If you thought postings on your Facebook page are private, you thought wrong. Photos that City Council member Kenny Whipker had on...
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Helping hands Many people lend a hand in their local community. Local builder Michael Greven and his family have gone a step...
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Public government meetings are a forum for elected and appointed officials to discuss and decide important issues that affect their community and to receive...
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Racial tensions and violence have made headlines around the nation, in the process creating stress for some communities. Several Columbus organizations are...
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Columbus is carving another niche for itself, increasingly playing a leading role on the matter of aging. This month and next, the city will...
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Columbus Township and Love Chapel are partnering to create a 35-bed homeless shelter in Columbus. They received approval from the Columbus Board of Zoning...
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When children feel unsafe or unhappy, particularly at home, they need a place to go for security and assistance. Children in Bartholomew...
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Students in Bartholomew Consolidated and Flat Rock-Hawcreek school corporations started school this week, and about 2,000 received a helping hand to start their year...
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Maintaining success is a challenge for any organization or business, and often requires fresh thoughts and approaches. The Columbus Visitors Center talking...

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