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Leap Day babies jump at chance to mark rare calendar birthdays

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Hannah Abts will mark her sixth birthday this week, which is pretty astonishing considering she is an agent at Century 21 Breeden Realtors in Columbus.

Condemnation order lifted on house

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The condemnation order against a home at 572 S. Cherry St. has been lifted by the Columbus Board of Works and Public Safety.

Appeals board votes against solar proposal

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The Bartholomew County Board of Zoning Appeals voted to deny a request for a conditional use permit for Carina Solar to allow a commercial solar energy system in the Agriculture Preferred zoning district. The vote was 4-1 against the proposal with Arnold Haskell voting in dissent.

Indiana Election Commission removes GOP 6th District candidate from ballot

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INDIANAPOLIS — A Greenwood man running for the Republican nomination in Indiana’s 6th Congressional District was kicked off the ballot by a state commission Tuesday.

Ready for robotics: Teams prepare for state competition by coding and building

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Local robotics teams are flourishing with several planning a run for a state championship.

Courthouse to begin long-awaited updates

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After years of delays, county officials have signed a $3.28 million contract to allow the year-long renovation of the 150-year-old Bartholomew County Courthouse to begin.

Cummins selling Irwin Office Building and Conference Center and the Cummins Sears office building...

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Cummins Inc. is selling two office buildings in downtown Columbus that have remained vacant since the pandemic struck.

Black Heritage Project to be focus of meeting Wednesday

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Ten Black historic sites will be the focus of the Downtown Black Heritage Sites Project for a public meeting at 5 p.m. Wednesday at Helen Haddad Hall, 315 Franklin St. in Columbus. The presentations at the event will include sites from the years between 1870 to 1940.

Defendant planning insanity defense in murder case

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An insanity defense is being planned for an Indianapolis man accused of killing a Bartholomew County woman last spring.

Columbus Township fire chief walks off the job, township officials confirm

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While few details are being released, it appears Columbus Township Fire & Rescue Chief Dave Thompson walked off the job Monday.