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  • Hurricane Irma evacuees make Columbus their temporary home

    Columbus native Ashley Simmons Bailey comes home to Columbus with her husband Steven Bailey, a Key West, Florida, native as the powerful storm threatens to wipe out their tiny island. A lifelong Key West 'conch,' this is first time that Steven has not stayed on the island to ride out a hurricane

Columbus native Ashley Simmons Bailey comes home to Columbus with her husband Steven Bailey, a Key West, Florida, native as the powerful storm threatens to wipe out their tiny island. A lifelong Key West 'conch,' this is first time that Steven has not stayed on the island to ride out a hurricane Robin Trimarchi The Ledger-Enquirer
Columbus native Ashley Simmons Bailey comes home to Columbus with her husband Steven Bailey, a Key West, Florida, native as the powerful storm threatens to wipe out their tiny island. A lifelong Key West 'conch,' this is first time that Steven has not stayed on the island to ride out a hurricane Robin Trimarchi The Ledger-Enquirer

Mayor Tomlinson: ‘Pray, and spread calm’ as Irma turns for Columbus

September 10, 2017 9:48 AM