Fears turn into a misunderstanding

Bedtime arrived, but Monday night our agitated 8-year-old wasn't ready for us to turn out the lights or pull up the covers. She was...

Will council curb smokin’ in the boy’s room?

    It was a novelty song, more spoken than sung. People called it western swing though it had a dash of boogie-woogie. But to Solie...

Playing Twenty Questions with the MCSD

    A child's leg was amputated after being severely injured in a local classroom by a body-slamming contract teacher. Six months later, taxpayers may be...

Breaking down a $25 million puzzle

    The tragedy occurred on Sept. 12 of last year in a school room where children are supposed to be safe, but on that particular...

GBI asked to investigate MCSD — again

    For the second time in 38 days, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation has been asked to investigate potential wrongdoing in the Muscogee County School...

One bulletin changed Columbus forever

    Santa Claus came to town in time for the annual Christmas Parade on Saturday, but by the next afternoon music lovers in Columbus were...

After 78 days, Montravious is home

    Seventy-eight days after he was airlifted to an Atlanta children’s hospital and 42 days after doctors amputated his leg, 13-year-old Montravious Thomas is home. Thomas...

Keep freeze off the ballot, supporters urge

    With a strong grassroots effort, an army of volunteers known as Keep the Freeze prevailed on Election Day attracting an impressive  62.3 percent of...

Seeger had a song, not a hammer

    Around a hundred old hippies will gather at Fort Benning's Main Gate on Saturday to deliver the same old message. The SOA Watch will...

Ex-teacher visits the kid with the Big Smile

    When Bruce Fussell heard his former student had lost a leg and was in the hospital, he knew what he had to do. He...