Timothy Crumbley is founder and CEO of Kenneth B. Walker Residential Home in Columbus. The organization works to counsel and teach troubled males from ages 10 to 21 the behaviors and skills that will make them productive citizens and keep them out of prisons.
Researchers visited downtown Columbus this week to look at the overall health of trees located on the Broadway median. In particular, they pointed to the stage in the 1000 block as an area to improve. Here are some solutions they offered to extend the lives of the trees.
Eric Crouch’s fifth-grade class at Double Churches Elementary School started not feeling well, everyone started sanitizing and washing their hands. Then they decided, Crouch said, “we would look on the humorous side of things and try to bring a smile by exaggerating the extent we will go to to avoid the flu.”
Afton Pownall was the Teacher of the Year at Britt David Magnet Academy and reached the top 10 out of 56 Muscogee County School District nominees in 2016. Now, her husband, Jeremy, is the Teacher of the Year at Aaron Cohn Middle School. Both teach music. They met at Columbus State University, through the College House, a ministry of St. Luke United Methodist Church.
If you turn on the TV, you're bound to see advertisements for a variety of exercise programs guaranteed to help you get in shape and improve your cardiovascular health. But how much exercise do you really need to be heart-healthy? And what type of exercise is best?
Columbus, Georgia native Amy Sherald helped unveil her portrait of former first lady Michelle Obama at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. on Feb. 12, 2018. Obama praised the artist for her talent and spoke of their "sistergirl" connection throughout the process.