Looking Back – Dec. 2

Columbus East student Naveen Menon’s senior project focused on an ocular gene he was studying at Indiana University in 2013.

From the Republic archives


Columbus city officials considered installing security cameras at several locations around the city to catch and deter criminals.


Local teen Jacob McKay found $600 in a shopping cart on his shift at Marsh and turned the money in. The money was then returned to its rightful owner, local business owner Tony Narsinghani.


A elementary school, Fodrea, was dedicated to Hazel and Bessie Fodrea and Mabel Fodrea Jordan, three sisters who taught in the city and county school systems.