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General John Tipton bought the land now known as the city of Columbus, and named the town Tiptonia. When residents changed the town name to Columbus a year later, Tipton was so upset he moved. When he became the Highway Commissioner of Indiana and was given the task of building a highway from Indianapolis, IN to Louisville, KY, he constructed the first ever bypass road. Notable residents of Columbus have included Jamie Hyneman (Mythbusters host), shoe designer Chuck Taylor, author Ryan Nerz (Eat This Book), and producer Herbert Wright (StarTrek: The Next Generation).
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Semi fire closes southbound lanes of I-65 south of Columbus
Police and firefighters have shut down the southbound lanes of Interstate 65 at the 57 mile marker south of Columbus because of a semi fire. The fire was reported just before noon in the southbound lanes.Dealer seeks nominations for car giveaway to a deserving family
Chevrolet of Columbus, 2825 Merchant's Mile, is asking residents to nominate a deserving family to receive the vehicle, said Fred Armstrong, dealership marketing specialist. "Leo told me it would be great to give a car to a needy and deserving family," Armstrong said.Boy's fight with cancer offers optimistic future
That's what the T-shirt worn by 6-year-old Harry Grammer claims in newly released video presentations produced for the Riley Children's Foundation. Such a message might not be taken seriously if worn by another first grader.New owners hope to complete purchase of Tre Bicchieri
Friends of the owners of Tre Bicchieri have reached an agreement to purchase and continue operating the downtown Columbus restaurant. Chris Braun and Barb Piotrowski , both of Columbus, have formed a partnership and agreed to purchase the restaurant from the Glick and DeClue families, although no paperwork has been signed yet, Braun said.Reality Store gives students glimpse into their future
Students participated in the Reality Store, hosted by the Bartholomew County Financial Literacy Coalition at Central Middle School to teach them how to manage a monthly income. The effort, now in its 25th year, is a good dose of reality meant to prepare them for the future, said Brittany Debolt, a coalition member who volunteered at the event and works as a business banker at Salin Bank.School News a " November 20
First Presbyterian Church in Columbus has four openings in its prekindergarten program. It is offered from 9 a.m. to noon Monday through Thursday with tuition costing $260 a month.Indiana schools deciding if they'll stock drug antidote
COLUMBUS, Ind. School districts across Indiana are considering stocking up on a drug antidote amid the state's opioid epidemic.Tall order: Crews cut, install 35-foot Christmas tree for City Hall display
A Columbus couple looked out onto their backyard with a sense of sadness but in hopes that this year's city Christmas tree will bring joy to the entire community. Jim and Jayne Frakes, who live along South Station Drive on the city's northeast side, donated their 35-foot-tall spruce tree to the city and watched Thursday as workers removed their tree, which now stands outside Columbus City Hall.Rosalyn Norman
Rose was born on May 18, 1931 in Columbus, Indiana to Elmer and Emma Nolting. She married Dallas Norman on August 5, 1956.Hickory Creek residents eager for pie contest
As Thanksgiving nears, many people reflect on the past holiday traditions that are near and dear to them. This is no exception to several of the residents at Hickory Creek at Columbus, who have many fond memories of cooking for their loved ones at Thanksgiving.Students learn smoking's perils, clean up city
The appearance of downtown Columbus is looking up, thanks to elementary students - on their hands and knees - who were picking up discarded cigarette butts during the Great American Smokeout. Sixteen students from St. Peter's Lutheran School worked with the Healthy Communities organization to improve the street-level looks of Fourth Street on Thursday.Wrestling matches support toy drive
Hoosier Pro Wrestling will host "Discretion," supporting the Columbus Firemen's Cheer Fund, with a Dec. 2 toy drive at the Bartholomew County 4-H Fairgrounds. Seven matches are on the wrestling card.Local Police, Fire a " November 18
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following information is summarized from the records of city, county and state police, fire and hospital agencies. Goliath S. Hogan, 38, of 737 California St., Columbus, Bartholomew County warrant, 3:13 p.m., by the Bartholomew County Sheriff's Department, held in lieu of $2,500 cash bond.Center stage: Columbus Families Got Talent
Columbus Families Got Talent event was conducted Nov. 10 in the gymnasium at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Columbus. Colorfully dressed Latino children from Folklorico Productions, which includes several families, perform Nov. 10 at the Columbus Families Got Talent event at St. Peter's Lutheran Church.Police, Fire a " November 18
The chicken retreated and was not cooperative. 2700 block of Branigin Creek Boulevard: A man reported at 2:25 p.m. Thursday that he was missing prescriptions from his mail.'Lust to Love' conference scheduled at church
A men's workshop on pornography, "Freedom From Sexual Sin: Moving From Lust to Love," will be presented beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday at Reformed Presbyterian Church, 550 N. National Road in Columbus. Pastor Barry York, president-elect of The Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Pittsburgh, will speak on a variety of topics, including "Recognizing the Idolatrous Worship of Pornography," "Using the Wisdom of God's Law in Overcoming Sexual Sin" and "Entering Into Happy Accountability Relationships."Church conducting holiday market
Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbus will conduct a holiday market from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 2 at the church at 7850 W. Goeller Blvd. Breakfast sweets will be served from 9 to 10 a.m., and a hot soup lunch will be served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Booths representing unique handcrafted and gourmet items by local artisans and nonprofit groups will be a part of the event with items to sell. New this year is the Every-Child Emporium Shop, where children can select or make and then wrap special gifts for family and friends.
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