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Chipper Jones meets with ‘my people’ in Columbus, discusses new book

Longtime Atlanta Braves third baseman Chipper Jones is in the midst of a tour promoting his new autobiography, “Ballplayer,” a book he wrote with Carroll Rogers Walton. Despite already visiting several cities around the country to hype his first go at being an author, the eight-time All-Star was taken aback by the crowd at Columbus’ Barnes & Noble Saturday.

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Why the Braves won’t trade Julio Teheran

If recent history has taught us anything, it’s that John Coppolella will trade anybody. I make this prediction knowing that, within 24 hours if not by Aug. 1, the Braves’ general manager could prove me as wrong as I’ve ever been, which would be saying something. But I make it nonetheless:

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Braves' top starter Teheran ready to 'do the right things'

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- Julio Teheran will make a modest $3.3 million in this, the third year of a six-year, $32.4 million contract he signed before the 2014 season. While still being paid similar to what a back-end-of-the-rotation starter makes on some large-payroll teams, Teheran is the questioned ace of the Braves staff.

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"Please Be Courteous, Walk Your Wheels" reminders appear on downtown sidewalks

When visiting downtown Columbus you'll notice new, blue signs on the sidewalks asking bicyclists and skateboarders to "Please Be Courteous, Walk Your Wheels." Where did they come from? Watch and discover.
Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer
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"Please Be Courteous, Walk Your Wheels" reminders appear on downtown sidewalks

Auburn University freshman work a shift at Feeding the Valley food bank 1:48

Auburn University freshman work a shift at Feeding the Valley food bank

Man found dead in burning car was barber known to make people laugh 4:16

Man found dead in burning car was barber known to make people laugh

Columbus, Phenix City weather for August 16 from WRBL's Bob Jeswald 2:09

Columbus, Phenix City weather for August 16 from WRBL's Bob Jeswald