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County working on Lowell Bridge project

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A significant step toward replacing one of the longest county-owned bridges in Bartholomew County was approved Monday.

Paywall now on Republic website

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Beginning today, readers on therepublic.com may notice a change to their experience.

Autopsy results for Emma Sweet expected to take four to six weeks

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COLUMBUS, Ind. -- Autopsy results for 2-year-old Emma Sweet are expected to take around four to six weeks, the Bartholomew County Coroner's office said...

Lowell Road bridge reconstruction project to begin

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COLUMBUS, Ind. -- A significant step toward replacing one of the longest county-owned bridges in Bartholomew County was approved Monday. Financial commitment letters were approved...

CenterPoint Energy to reduce natural gas base rates for customers after settlement

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COLUMBUS, Ind. -- Customers of CenterPoint Energy Indiana North will soon see a decrease in fixed charges for natural gas. According to a release...

Deadline to register kids for holiday help is approaching

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COLUMBUS, Ind. -- The deadline to register a child to receive gifts through one of the local Christmas charities is rapidly approaching. Friday, Dec. 3,...

Love Chapel planning its largest expansion in the organization’s history

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COLUMBUS, Ind. -- Love Chapel food pantry is planning to embark on the largest expansion in the organization’s history over the coming years in...

Missing girl found in East Fork White River

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The uncle of 2-year-old Emma Sweet tearfully thanked the first responders and the community after the toddler’s body was found at about 11 a.m. Sunday in the East Fork White River after a three-day search involving airboats, divers and firefighters who walked the riverbanks.

ALMOST DONE: Supply chain issues hold up Commons playground renovations

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As the year draws to an end, renovations on The Commons’ indoor playground continue, with the final end date delayed by supply chain issues and other factors.

Fourth Street bids arrive higher than expected

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The city’s Fourth Street reconstruction project could cost a little under $2 million, if officials go with the low bidder — which would make the project about $400,000 more expensive than previously expected.