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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).

Population: 40434
Local Newspapers: Republic Indianapolis Star
Local Sports Teams: Indianapolis Colts (NFL) Indiana Fever (WNBA) Indiana Firebirds (AFL) Indiana Pacers (NBA)
Local Colleges:

Zip Codes associated with columbus, indiana: 47201 47203
Towns/Cities near columbus, indiana : Edinburgh Taylorsville Elizabethtown Seymour

Columbus News
City offers garden plot space

Plots are available off Cessna Drive in Columbus. Cost is $15 for a small plot and $25 for a large plot.

Call for entries for Deja Vu show

Organizers of the 14th annual Deja Vu Art and Fine Craft Show set for Nov. 10 are looking for professional artists or crafts people who reuse and/or recycle materials to apply for the event at The Commons in Columbus. Also, an artist or someone who works in fine crafts is being sought to appear as the featured artist.

INDOT to Repave State Road 46 East between Nashville and Columbus

Fifteen miles will be milled and resurfaced between the Nashville CVS Pharmacy and the Tipton Lakes Boulevard area in Columbus. On May 14th traffic was shifted to a single lane in each direction at Tipton Lakes Boulevard and barricades were put in place.

Mastering a strategy: Ideas will flow for improvements at Anderson Falls, other county parks

Time required to develop a countywide parks master plan will delay significant improvements at Bartholomew County's best known nature area for at least a year. But two local advocates for improvements at Anderson Falls Park - Linda Glick of the Friends of Anderson Falls and Julie Lowe of the Winding Waters Group of the Sierra Club - both believe the end result will be worth the wait.

A rocky start: New road design generates controversy

A Columbus road project designed to lower speeds and provide more bicycle access is off to a rough start with some local motorists. In addition to that work, the city has reconstructed and re-striped the road surface from Central Avenue to Talley down to three traffic lanes and bicycle lanes on both sides.

Farnsworth notes Indiana's death

The Farnsworth Art Museum expresses deep sadness at the May 19 death of renowned American artist Robert Indiana on Vinalhaven. Indiana's association with the Farnsworth began in 1982, when the museum acquired his 1969 work "Decade Autoportrait."

Local engineer offers to help with projects in Brownstown

After he read about a funding opportunity for Brownstown, he decided to reach out to the town council to encourage its members to pursue it. In 2016, a $1.15 million obesity prevention grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was awarded to Jackson and Lawrence counties since they had the highest obesity rates in the state.

Local Police, Fire a " May 23

EDITOR'S NOTE: The following information is summarized from the records of city, county and state police, fire and hospital agencies. Cameron A. Britain, 26, Indianapolis, Bartholomew County warrant, 3:59 p.m., by the Bartholomew County Sheriff's Department, held with no bond.

Local man found in stolen vehicle, arrested

Bartholomew County Sheriff deputies arrested a Columbus man after being sent to a call about a possible stolen vehicle in the 300 block of North Jackson Street. Deputy Adam Warner went to the incident at 10:39 a.m. Sunday, saw a vehicle on the side of the road and made contact with the driver, Nicholas L. Porter, 32, of 9074 N. Miami Ridge Road, deputies said.

Columbus parents keep close watch at dangerous school bus stop

COLUMBUS, Ind. - Parents say waiting for the school bus in a Columbus neighborhood can be a very scary experience.

Looking Back a " May 22

Gasoline prices rose to a tenth of a cent shy of $4 per gallon in Columbus as crude oil prices continued an unprecedented rise.

Dorel producing strollers again in the U.S. to meet demand for domestic goods

Dorel Industries Inc. has moved to satisfy growing demand south of the border for American-made products by fabricating the Montreal-based company's first stroller in the United States in years. "We have the facilities in the U.S. and we wanted to get back into some more manufacturing in the U.S.," CEO Martin Schwartz said Tuesday after Dorel's annual meeting.

Redevelopment commission agrees to $1 million allocation for building

Columbus Redevelopment Commission has approved providing $1 million to help renovate a former newspaper building that will be the new home for Indiana University's master of architecture program. The commission voted unanimously to allocate $1 million in tax increment financing dollars to the project, half the amount that is expected to be needed for upgrades to the former Republic building in downtown Columbus.

Meet Erin Bailey, the 18-year-old student who took on Mike Pence with Pride

Welcome to Queerty's Pride 50, a series of articles celebrating the people and movements we are particularly proud of this season. Next year marks 50 years since the first Pride march in New York City, and this season we're celebrating the amazing people who are continuing the progress of a half-century of Pride.

Senior housing development proposed again

After taking eight months to reassess their proposal, developers are taking another shot at bringing a senior housing development to Seymour. One of the biggest hurdles for the project is the fact that the proposed 2.2-acre site at 500 S. Poplar St., south of Schneck Medical Center, is contaminated from its former uses as the Seymour Woolen Mill and later Seymour Electronics.

Growing Ivy Tech ag program provides key skills for industry jobs

Ivy Tech Community College's Columbus campus started its agriculture program 10 years ago with just nine students. Now it has about 100.

Police arrest local man on multiple charges after disturbance

Columbus police arrested a local man on multiple charges after being sent to a disturbance in the 1000 block of Phoenix Court. Police went to a home there at 11:55 p.m. Saturday and after separating the feuding parties.

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