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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).
Local Newspapers: Republic Indianapolis Star
Local Sports Teams: Indianapolis Colts (NFL) Indiana Fever (WNBA) Indiana Firebirds (AFL) Indiana Pacers (NBA)
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United against hate: Coalition plans rally against white supremacists
A growing coalition of faith-based, ethnic, diversity and minority groups is spearheading a public rally against white supremacy efforts. The coalition, called Not In Columbus, has been meeting since Oct. 12 to build a united front against hate groups claiming to have an organized presence in Columbus.Columbus Symphony rings in season with Trans-Siberian tunes, Parkside choir
On a mild, sunny, not-so-typical December afternoon, the Columbus Symphony Orchestra presented its holiday gift to the Columbus area community in the form of its concert, "A Holiday Journey." Playing to a standing-room-only crowd Dec. 3 in the Custer-Nugent Performance Hall at The Commons, the symphony presented a program of both old and new holiday favorites.Kynesha Nicole Martin
The funeral will be conducted at 4 p.m. Sunday, December 10, 2017, at Jewell-Rittman Family Funeral Home with Pastor Rick Glowacki officiating. Calling will be from 2 p.m. until service time Sunday at the funeral home.Duke grant aids coalition's mission
The Duke Energy Foundation awarded a grant of $9,750 to the Columbus-based Community Education Coalition and its largest regional initiative, the EcO Network of Southeast Indiana. The funds will support the regional EcO Champion Network and the EcO Attainment Network to focus on initiatives that will increase awareness of STEM careers in manufacturing, health care and information technology, and increase the pipeline of students enrolling and completing programs that support these careers.Pacers toy distribution scores big with young recipients
Indiana Pacers mascot Boomer, left, jokes around with Riley Russell, right, from Sandy Hook's Little Lambs Child Care Ministry, during a gift giveaway at The Commons in downtown Columbus, Ind., Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017. The Pacers and Indiana Fever organizations partnered with JAKKS Pacific Toy Co.Festive spirit: Festival of Lights Parade and Christmas Village Winter Wonderland
The annual Festival of Lights Parade in downtown Columbus and accompanying Christmas Village Winter Wonderland serve as a local kickoff to the Christmas season, and again were quite popular Dec. 2. The 27th version of the Lights Parade featured 100 entries, including Santa, the Grinch, high school marching bands, Cub Scout packs and festive floats. The Christmas Village at The Commons offered crafts, games, photo booths, live music and Christmas card making.New police officer hired for Columbus department
Knight, 25, is a graduate of Terre Haute North High School. He attended Marian University in Indianapolis, where he studied history and political science, and also played football.Local Police, Fire a " December 9
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following information is summarized from the records of city, county and state police, fire and hospital agencies. Suzanne M. Tice-Bryant, 50, 161 Carrie Lane, Columbus, Bartholomew County warrant, 8:59 p.m., by the Columbus Police Department, held in lieu of $3,500 bond.Dance contest to add show: Event celebrating 10th anniversary
"Dancing With the Stars - Columbus Style" will mark its 10th anniversary with fundraising shows Jan. 26 and 27 at The Commons, 300 Washington St. in downtown Columbus. The event, conceived by local dancer Charlotte Battin, has become among the most popular and best-attended local fundraisers, benefiting nonprofit agencies Family School Partners and Children Inc. Learning Centers.Local company changing name
Caltherm Corp., a Columbus manufacturer of thermal and pressure control devices, has changed its name to Vernet USA, which relates back to the company's European roots. Located at 910 S. Gladstone Ave., Caltherm began manufacturing operations in Columbus in 1976, to supply thermostats to the diesel engine industry.Local Post Office open next two Sundays
The Columbus Post Office will be open the next two Sundays to help postal customers get cards, letters and packages to their destination in time for the holidays. The Columbus office, at 450 Jackson St., will be open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dec. 10 and 17, the U.S. Postal Service announced.Alice Truax
Alice Truax, 93, of Columbus, formerly of Martinsville, died December 6, 2017, at Kindred Care Center where she resided for the last three years. Alice worked several different places over the years.No charges filed in death of sick dog
A Bartholomew County Sheriff's Department investigation has determined that an underweight and sick German shepherd rescued from a Columbus home did not die as a result of any malice from its owners. Bartholomew County Sheriff's deputy Jason Williams began investigating the death of 2-year-old German shepherd named Riley, who had been surrendered to a rescue in Quincy.Back home: Microchip, Good Samaritans return pet Labrador to Columbus family after 5 years
Jan and Betty Finke learned Monday night that their prayers had been answered with the safe return of Cali, their Labrador retriever. "When you lose a pet like that, they're part of your family," said Jan Finke, who lives with his wife on County Road 150W in the Walesboro area.Lower flags for Pearl Harbor Day
Pictured is part of the Pearl Harbor exhibit at the Atterbury-Bakalar Air Museum in Columbus, Ind., Friday, Dec. 2, 2016. Mike Wolanin Gov. Eric J. Holcomb is directing flags across Indiana to be flown at half-staff today for Pearl Harbor Day.Opioid Initiative: Council meets with officials
A preliminary proposal to create a public funding model for initiatives to fight opioid abuse was in the process of being shared in private meetings this week with Columbus City Council members individually or in small groups, a top city official said. Such a proposal is in the process of being crafted by Columbus and Bartholomew County government officials, along with leaders from Columbus Regional Health.Local man treated in Greenwood for carbon monoxide poisoning
Three people were taken to the hospital to be treated for carbon monoxide poisoning after being found unconscious in a Greenwood home where they had been working. Two men told police that when they showed up to a home in the 100 block of Pine Crest Drive around 3:40 p.m. Wednesday they saw that a generator was running inside.
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