On Thursday, July 27, the Columbus & Fall River Rotary Club hosted the grand opening of the canoe and kayak launch in Rotary Park. It was thanks to the donation from the family of Alton Mather that the club could afford to purchase and install this new asset to the community. We hope you…
As a representative of the First Presbyterian Church of this fine city, I would like to thank our community for the wonder turnout we experienced for Pastor Carol Hermann's last service. I can report that our dear pastor was extremely touched and a bit taken aback by the outpouring of love s…
The Fall River Rod and Gun Club hosted its 16th Annual Don Heding Memorial Youth Shoot on July 15. The club would like to thank all the event sponsors and volunteers who make this yearly event successful every year. 43 youth participated in this years’ event; which included trap shooting, du…
Columbus Historic Landmarks & Preservation Commission would like to say a big THANK YOU to the community, the many volunteers and the sponsors of the fantastic BriTins concert FUNdraiser at the Fireman's Park Pavilion on Friday June 30. There were over 500 people who joined in the fun fo…
To the person who was flying a drone/UAS/UAV/RPA/RPV/aerial toy, specifically the one who flew over the Columbus Fourth of July parade, I have a few things to say to you and operators like you. First, I understand you want to call yourself a hobbyist so you don’t need FAA certification. Fine…
"It takes a village" as the saying starts, and in this case a community to plan and execute a blood drive. Specifically, the Columbus Red Cross blood drive held on June 13 at Zion church. The drive saw 90 donors from the community and was able to collect 104 units. This has the potential to …
The City of Columbus received a call from the Cambria Village Hall on Friday, June 2 at 11 a.m., and were asked if we could help them with an urgent need for food. The village, during their recent tragedy, had depleted food stores and were needing to continue to provide for their citizens.
National Public Works Week is an annual, national event to help celebrate the many different ways Public Works Departments contribute to our communities. Yes we do plow the snow in the winter months, but did you know we also mow grass for all of the city parks and buildings? The Public Works…
On behalf of the entire Columbus Firemen's Service Corp. we would like to extend our appreciation to all our supporters that helped raise the funds at Sentry Foods during the month of April for the Sentry Round-Up program.
A big thank you to all the area businesses and citizens who contributed to our 2017 Tootsie Roll Drive. The proceeds go to help those with intellectual disabilities here in our area.
On behalf of the Columbus Area Chamber of Commerce, we would like to thank those who participated in and/or sponsored the 2017 Redbud Prince and Princess Contest held at the Columbus Area Senior Center.
On behalf of the city of Columbus Department of Public Works, we would like to extend our sincere appreciation to all those who made it out to the Arbor Day Festival on Saturday, April 29. The tree giveaways, book sale, bake sale, craft and vendor fair, good food, good information, great mus…
The members of VFW Post 8090 would like the Columbus community for its support. The Veterans of Foreign Wars is a service organization that serves ALL veterans in the community. Post 8090 is located at 220 E. James St. and is open to the public.
My husband Jerome and I have lived and farmed in the Town of Hampden all of our lives. We, our children, one of whom teaches at the Columbus Middle School, and some of our grandchildren have graduated from CHS, and some continue to attend school here.
April 28th is fast approaching! The Friends of the Library will have an Early Bird Book Sale Friday night from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Fireman's Park Pavilion. If you want to be the first to see all the best authors and titles available mark this time on your calendar. The book sale will continue…
The Annual Fall River Athletic Booster Bash was held on April 8th at Savanna Oaks. Thank you to all our guests, raffle participants and auction bidders. Your great support makes this event a true success. All proceeds benefit the athletic programs at Fall River School.
In appreciation of our local volunteers and all they do, Agrace Hospice & Palliative Care would like to express sincere and heartfelt thanks to them as we celebrate National Volunteer Week, April 23 to 29. We value their time, compassion and dedication!
The Columbus Chapter of Ducks Unlimited would like to thank all of the folks who attended the fundraiser at the Columbus Country Club on Tuesday, April 11. Wildlife and the the total environment will benefit as a result.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and we want to share how we can all help prevent sexual violence. Because while sexual assault results from individuals making harmful decisions, there are also cultural norms that lead to high rates of violence:
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