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Preparations for storms can pay off in other events

Posted 6/15/2013 in Community

 

 

Artists, Arts Council, Humane Society team up in fund raiser

Posted 6/15/2013 in Community

 

Gardner's new gospel recording is 'right on time'

Posted 6/15/2013 in Community

Kenny Gardner has been singing since he was 3 years old, spreading the gospel with his dad, Bro. James Gardner. He's even recorded a few albums along the way. But for the past 12 years, as he founded and pastored Columbus Christian Center, the idea of going back into the studio simmered on a back burner. Until now.

Personal touches make weddings memorable

Posted 6/15/2013 in Community

Personal touches in a wedding can take the ceremony from textbook to storybook, and they may even save the new couple some money.

 

School news: ICC scholarships

Posted 6/8/2013 in Community

 

 

MSU camp provides cooking fun for kids

Posted 6/8/2013 in Community

 

 

School news: Dale accepted

Posted 6/8/2013 in Community

 

Building bridges: A vintage family photo links past and present

Posted 6/1/2013 in Community

The old photograph was folded and worn, its edges fading, like the 16 faces looking out from its sepia surface. Donna Pannell Bain remembers the day she found it, tucked among forgotten newspapers and pictures her great-aunt Sadie Robinson had stored away before her death in 1998.

Indulge in 'Good Food' -- Table Talk's June focus

Posted 6/1/2013 in Community

If there's one thing the Deep South appreciates it's good food. So the Friends of the Columbus-Lowndes Library and the Hitching Lot Farmers' Market are teaming up to present a series of insightful talks on the topic each Wednesday in June for Table Talk: A Casual Visit with Books.

 

School news: MSMS area graduates

Posted 5/25/2013 in Community

 

 

School news: Bogue graduates

Posted 5/25/2013 in Community

 

 

School news: Holton initiated

Posted 5/25/2013 in Community

 

A pilgrimage to Pilsen: A Columbus veteran makes emotional return to Czech towns he helped liberate in 1945

Posted 5/25/2013 in Community

Dr. Bob Gilbert eased back in an upholstered chair in his spacious, pastel living room Tuesday. One hand rested on his leg, the other on top of a walking cane. He was surrounded by lovely things, in this home on a quiet, wooded lot not far from downtown Columbus. He is an educated man, described by close friends as compassionate and selfless. He enjoys music, the arts and the pursuit of knowledge. His thoughts, however, were elsewhere.

 

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