The spring election is still a couple months away, but ballots in the Columbus-Fall River area have been set.
Redbud Players original play "One Day” was a big winner at WACTFest, the Wisconsin Association of Community Theatre’s statewide contest, Jan. 18-20, with the play selected to advance to regional competition and three actors and the playwright earning individual awards.
In response to the Launching Forward Community Study Committee’s recommendations to the Columbus School Board Dec. 10, the Columbus School District is convening a Community Facilities Advisory Committee.
The Columbus Area Historical Society started the new year on a grand scale as it had two donors come forward before the end of last year to grant the society its Christmas wish of a new furnace. It is installed, up and running and the society is looking forward to a great year at the museum.
Short Stuff is a book club about short stories that the Columbus Public Library will be hosting at Cercis Brewing Company (140 N. Dickason Blvd.) on Thursday, Jan. 17 from 7:30-8:30 p.m. There will be short trivia and small discussion with light appetizers provided, beverages not included bu…
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Focus on Energy has immense pride for Wisconsin and its hometowns – and the company wants to help restore local businesses affected by recent storms, along with reducing their long-term energy costs. With these goals in mind, we’ve partnered with Columbus Water & Light to bring expert re…
The Columbus City Council invites the public to a Winter Listening Session on Tuesday, Jan. 22 at 6 p.m. at the Columbus Public Library Annex, 251 W. James Street. In an effort to encourage and improve citizen engagement, council members once again invite all city residents to share ideas, c…
In preparation for a statewide community theater competition later this month, Redbud Players of Columbus will debut its original one-act play “One Day” at the Fireman’s Park Pavilion at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 12.
The Columbus High School Music Department will be presenting the 16th Annual Jazz Cabaret “A Night in New Orleans” on Saturday, Jan. 19 in the Columbus Fireman’s Park Pavilion. Doors open at 6 p.m. Guests will enjoy performances by the Columbus High School Jazz Lab I, Jazz Lab II and Vocal J…
Visitors to the open house events at the Columbus Area Historical Society Museum may have noticed that the building often was cold and saw many small inefficient electric space heaters trying to drive out the cold air. A new furnace has been on the society’s wish list. After a group meeting,…
Columbus Books and Beer welcomes back Wisconsin author Larry Scheckel and will read his new book “Murder in Wisconsin: The Clara Olson Case” for its Jan. 10 gathering at Cercis Brewing Company, 140 N. Dickason Blvd. in Columbus. Scheckel is both a native of Wisconsin and of Crawford County w…
The annual Christmas concert of the WELS Wind Ensemble will be Sunday, Dec. 9 at 3 p.m. in the auditorium at Fall River Schools. With the theme "Rejoice," the first half of the concert will be filled with familiar sacred melodies, including "O Holy Night," "Sing We Now of Christmas," and "Di…
Farmers & Merchants Union Bank is honored to be a part of the Columbus community and has recently made a donation of $1,500 to the United Fund of Columbus.
The Columbus School District offers Spanish as a foreign language for grades 6-12. Students get right into using the language by studying useful, everyday vocabulary to talk about their likes and dislikes, school and food, and then begin reading short books as a class. Some books are true st…
In May of 2019, the city of Columbus will be establishing a new Municipal Court to serve the community. The new municipal court will be more accessible to those who need it and provide efficiencies for the city among its benefits.
The Columbus Area Chamber of Commerce is currently accepting donations for and looking for volunteers to assist with Breakfast with Santa Saturday, Dec. 15 from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Fireman’s Park Pavilion in Columbus.
Holly Tierney-Bedord is both a prolific and versatile author who has penned more than a dozen novels, including the much-loved “Port Elspeth Jewelry Making Club,” which will be the subject for discussion at the next Books and Beer gathering Dec. 6 at Cercis Brewing Company, 140 N. Dickason B…
The Columbus 4th of July Organization will be having its annual meeting on Monday, Nov. 19, starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Columbus Country Club. If you would like to learn more about this organization and how you can volunteer to keep this annual celebration going you are welcome to attend. T…
Veterans Day was observed at the Columbus Historical Society this week with a display of an Army “mess kit” presented to David Foster Roberts of Columbus.
Fans who enjoyed “Sweat” or didn’t get to see the New York Public Theater’s production in Columbus last month will have a similar opportunity Nov. 12.
The Redbud Players in Columbus are casting actors for “One Day,” an original one-act play that will be the troupe’s entry in WACTFest, a competition and festival sponsored by the Wisconsin Association of Community Theatre in January.
The Wisconsin State Capitol building is 100 years old this year. To mark the occasion, the Wisconsin State Journal is highlighting different aspects of this remarkable edifice.
See the official 2018 Devil's Lake State Park Visitor Guide for information about admissions, camping, events, local attractions and more.