Looking Back – March 28


Columbus Municipal Airport “landed” a $1.7 million stimulus grant to buy and install a new emergency power generator to replace the 30-year-old back-up machine used when primary power was lost.


Twenty couples married from six months to 58 years renewed their wedding vows at Northside Church of God.


Ten cars of a Penn Central freight train jackknifed and jumped to both sides of a straight stretch of railroad track just south of Waynesville, causing damage estimated between $20,000 and $40,000.