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In these uncertain days of social isolation and children underfoot, there are some alluring ideas for keeping busy in the garden without overloading yourself, and for entertaining bored kids.
ELLISVILLE — A unique combination of resources and skills has sparked a collaborative effort amongst three Jones College faculty to help the health care providers on the “front line” fight the inv
All across Columbia and Marion County people are seeing stuffed bears in windows and on porches. But what is the purpose?
For seniors throughout Marion County, their final year is in shambles with the coronavirus pandemic suspending school and threatening to cancel sports, prom and graduation.
Work has begun this week on placing a new roof on the Columbia-Marion County Public Library. Workers from R & R Sheet Metal have been on top of the roof this week doing work.

Strawberries and Cream Cake: Not the prettiest but the tastiest

By FRAN GINN,

Yesterday I bought some absolutely delicious strawberries. Besides just eating them straight from the plastic container, I began thinking of different combinations of strawberries — strawberries and ice cream, strawberries and pound cake, strawberries and cream. This recipe satisfies all those strawberry cravings.




Marion County incorporations

By STAFF,

The following entities incorporated in Marion County during March, according to the Mississippi Secretary of State’s Office:

• ACAM Crane Consulting LLC, 270 Singley Road, Columbia

• Southern Touch Services LLC, 46 Bobbys Lane, Columbia

• Quality Inspection Services McComb, LLC, 60 McCain Lane, Foxworth



Fire Report: April 12, 2018

By STAFF,

Editor’s Note: Information printed in the “Fire Report” comes via the responding department(s). The Columbian-Progress will correct any errors. Call Editor Charlie Smith at (601) 736-2611 to request a correction or clarification.

 

Monday, April 2




Choir to sing at Carnegie

By MARK ROGERS,

Columbia will be represented this weekend at Carnegie Hall as 10 members of the Columbia High School Concert Choir sing at the prestigious New York venue.

Director Kim Walley and students will leave early Thursday to participate in the Sunday performance of Dan Forrest’s “Jubilate Deo.”


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