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After nearly a year of debate, now stop signs will be installed in downtown Columbia instead of traffic lights.

In a case that has taken nearly three years, Marion County District 2 Constable Paul Barber has entered a plea of guilty to a DUI first offense charge stemming from a 2012 incident in Columbia.

By next week, officials with the Marion County School District should know the amount they’ll be given by its insurance carrier to make repairs to the baseball field and other areas damaged during the Dec.

Dozens of members from a variety of churches joined together last Friday at Holy Trinity Catholic Church to celebrate World Day of Prayer.

Three people, including a local animal control officer, have been arrested in connection with introducing contraband to an in inmate from the Marion-Walthall Correctional Facility.

Though it is been more than two months since a deadly EF-3 tornado ripped through Columbia killing three people and injuring scores of others, the wounds of that day are still fresh for many.

Tis Sew Sweet

Angela Bass took her love of sewing and spun it off into a popular downtown business, Tis Sew Sweet.

Bass and her daughters, Shannon Sledge and Sharron Smith, have been located at 725 Main St. since late last year.

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