The Whittlesey widening project is nearly done, according to Sam Wellborn, district representative on the Georgia Department of Transportation board. We took a drive Whittlesey to look at the new developments.
Tour the new Whittlesey widening project
Take a look around Columbus's first contemporary urban farm
Weather forecast for Columbus April 4
Columbus baseball wins Game 1 of doubleheader on walk-off
Columbus, Phenix City weather for April 29 from WRBL's Bob Jeswald
31 years later, Ranger Keith Landry receives the tab
Columbus, Phenix City weather for April 28 from WRBL's Bob Jeswald
New YMCA President/CEO David Reeves talks plans, mission
Judy Thomas expresses concern about new Claflin project
Glenwood baseball dance-off with Northside Methodist Academy
Lisa Ramsey talks about solid waste in her neighbor's yard
Elijah's Farm, started by Sharayah Davis, is Columbus's first contemporary urban farm; they should be having their first harvest this summer. "My vision for my city is for nobody to be without food," Sharayah Davis said.
Retired Col. Keith Landry became an Army Ranger in March 1986, Landry, a recent U.S. Military Academy at West Point graduate, had completed the all of the requirements to earn his Ranger tab and was on a final mission in the Florida panhandle. “Ranger Landry had no idea boarding the helicopter that morning that he would almost die on Santa Rosa Island, miss his Ranger School graduation and end up fighting for his career after being in a coma for almost a month,” Ballesteros said.
Save Our Teens is Saturday April 29 at the Frederick Douglass Apartments in Phenix City, Ala. The free event for children and parents features motivational speakers, food, entertainment. It is 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Columbus High School debate team members Mary Chen, Gwyn Rush, Morgan Pace and Sam Georgecink engage in a mock debate to satirically argue whether their coach, Lyndsey Hinckley, deserves the honor she received from the Georgia Forensics Coaches Association as the 2017 Georgia Debate Coach of the Year.