More Videos

She's the new Muscogee County School Board chairwoman 1:19

She's the new Muscogee County School Board chairwoman

Potters make hundreds of pots for Empty Bowl fund raiser 0:57

Potters make hundreds of pots for Empty Bowl fund raiser

Piedmont Healthcare merger with Columbus Regional moves closer to reality 3:08

Piedmont Healthcare merger with Columbus Regional moves closer to reality

Columbus, Phenix City weather for Jan. 22 from WRBL meteorologist Carmen Rose 1:15

Columbus, Phenix City weather for Jan. 22 from WRBL meteorologist Carmen Rose

Georgia fans standing by Bulldogs 'no matter what' after loss to Alabama in national championship 1:10

Georgia fans standing by Bulldogs 'no matter what' after loss to Alabama in national championship

New restaurant/bar features handcrafted cocktails, craft beers and southern cuisine with a twist 1:20

New restaurant/bar features handcrafted cocktails, craft beers and southern cuisine with a twist

Spotlight on Supercharged Beverage founder 2:43

Spotlight on Supercharged Beverage founder

Mayor promises 'I am one of you, I'm a soldier for justice' at MLK Jr. Unity Breakfast 1:47

Mayor promises 'I am one of you, I'm a soldier for justice' at MLK Jr. Unity Breakfast

Columbus woman awarded $26 million in malpractice suit against St. Francis Hospital 1:21

Columbus woman awarded $26 million in malpractice suit against St. Francis Hospital

How do you know if you are a victim of identity theft? 1:20

How do you know if you are a victim of identity theft?

  • School climate "critical factor" in student success

    Martha Todd, executive director of the Georgia Governor's Office of Student Achievement, delivers the keynote presentation at the Sept. 15, 2017, Greater Columbus Chamber of Commerce Partners in Education conference in the Columbus Convention & Trade Center.

Martha Todd, executive director of the Georgia Governor's Office of Student Achievement, delivers the keynote presentation at the Sept. 15, 2017, Greater Columbus Chamber of Commerce Partners in Education conference in the Columbus Convention & Trade Center. mrice@ledger-enquirer.com
Martha Todd, executive director of the Georgia Governor's Office of Student Achievement, delivers the keynote presentation at the Sept. 15, 2017, Greater Columbus Chamber of Commerce Partners in Education conference in the Columbus Convention & Trade Center. mrice@ledger-enquirer.com

‘There’s a crack in everything ... but that’s how the light gets in’

September 15, 2017 05:14 PM

More Videos

She's the new Muscogee County School Board chairwoman 1:19

She's the new Muscogee County School Board chairwoman

Potters make hundreds of pots for Empty Bowl fund raiser 0:57

Potters make hundreds of pots for Empty Bowl fund raiser

Piedmont Healthcare merger with Columbus Regional moves closer to reality 3:08

Piedmont Healthcare merger with Columbus Regional moves closer to reality

Columbus, Phenix City weather for Jan. 22 from WRBL meteorologist Carmen Rose 1:15

Columbus, Phenix City weather for Jan. 22 from WRBL meteorologist Carmen Rose

Georgia fans standing by Bulldogs 'no matter what' after loss to Alabama in national championship 1:10

Georgia fans standing by Bulldogs 'no matter what' after loss to Alabama in national championship

New restaurant/bar features handcrafted cocktails, craft beers and southern cuisine with a twist 1:20

New restaurant/bar features handcrafted cocktails, craft beers and southern cuisine with a twist

Spotlight on Supercharged Beverage founder 2:43

Spotlight on Supercharged Beverage founder

Mayor promises 'I am one of you, I'm a soldier for justice' at MLK Jr. Unity Breakfast 1:47

Mayor promises 'I am one of you, I'm a soldier for justice' at MLK Jr. Unity Breakfast

Columbus woman awarded $26 million in malpractice suit against St. Francis Hospital 1:21

Columbus woman awarded $26 million in malpractice suit against St. Francis Hospital

How do you know if you are a victim of identity theft? 1:20

How do you know if you are a victim of identity theft?

  • She's the new Muscogee County School Board chairwoman

    Kia Chambers, the nine-member Muscogee County School Board's lone countywide representative, was elected by a one-vote margin Tuesday night to oust Pat Hugley Green of District 1 as chairwoman.