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Columbus officials urged caution for local residents following the discovery of a crow in the downtown area that later tested positive for West Nile virus.
Area farmers reported one of the earliest corn yields in local history, some roadside markets reporting that they had been offering corn for sale since mid-June.
Workers at Golden Foundry ended a 36-hour strike, agreeing to a new two-year contract that included an average increase in wages of 9 cents an hour.
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