Today's Top Stories

(This week The Columbian-Progress spotlights Foxworth, Shepard and Bruhl, PA, Attorney Ryan Bruhl.)


Q: When and where were you born?

Columbia will be looking for a new building inspector as it continues its task of cleaning up properties along with a major overhaul of its zoning ordinances.

A Columbia pastor told aldermen Tuesday he has concerns about six alleged run-ins between citizens and police, although Mayor Justin McKenzie said only one of the people listed has come to him to...

Through drama and a firsthand account of history, Columbia High School students learned about the school’s peaceful integration during a black history month program Thursday.

The winning streak is up to 19 games, and the Eagles did what they have done since the start of it Tuesday night in the first round of the Class 1A playoffs: dominate.

After just one round of the Class 3A playoffs, everything is coming up Columbia, at least on paper.

City to explore annexation


The City of Columbia may grow its borders if a study approved by the Board of Aldermen Monday shows the expansion is feasible.

In a special meeting Monday, the Board, Mayor Justin McKenzie and engineers Jeff Dungan and Sean Burns met with Mike Slaughter of Slaughter and Associates for nearly two hours at City Hall.



Jack E. Bowman

91, Columbia


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Public Notices

The following land transactions were filed in Marion County Chancery Court during the week... READ MORE