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State awards Community Crossing grants, city and county plan road projects

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Matching grants for road and street improvements have been awarded to both the city of Columbus and Bartholomew County government from the Indiana Department of Transportation.

‘Huge shift’: Incumbent exits prompt crowded U.S. House primary races

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By: Leslie Bonilla Muñiz | Indiana Capital Chronicle For The Republic INDIANAPOLIS -- Nab a seat in Congress once and you’re likely to win reelection again...

Rokita launches PFAS lawsuit aimed at companies around Indiana using toxic ‘forever chemicals’

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By Casey Smith | Indiana Capital Chronicle For The Republic INDIANAPOLIS -- A new lawsuit announced by Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita on Wednesday targets nearly...

Movie filming to return to Columbus next week

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A film crew shooting a movie about the Holocaust will be back in Columbus next week.

CPD approved to transfer leftover Taser equipment to Hope police

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The Columbus Board of Public Works on Wednesday approved a resolution to donate Taser cartridges and batteries to a neighboring police department.

Former Columbus resident withdraws guilty plea in drug trafficking case

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A former Columbus resident who authorities say had ties to the Sinaloa Cartel has withdrawn his guilty plea over his alleged role in a conspiracy to distribute drugs in Bartholomew County and the surrounding area, electing to stand trial on federal drug trafficking and money laundering charges.

Taggart named Toyota Toyota Material Handling North America CFO

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Mark Taggart, former Toyota Industries Commercial Finance (TICF) president and CEO, assumed the role of chief financial officer (CFO) for Toyota Material Handling North America (TMHNA) on April 1.

Museum to have ‘Boxcar’ open house

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The Atterbury-Bakalar Air Museum at the Columbus Municipal Airport will have its C-119 “Flying Boxcar” open to the public for free tours on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Bridge work on U.S. 50 in Jackson County to begin

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JACKSON COUNTY — Indiana Department of Transportation contractor Force Construction Company plans to begin a bridge rehabilitation project along U.S. 50 over Heddy Run on or after Monday in Seymour.

Community calendar – April 11

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Events listed for Thursday, April 11