Monthly Archive: December 2016

WW2 vet connects with the Columbus community

Textbooks and teachers can tell students all the facts about World War Two however the stories of a veteran will not only instill knowledge but spark emotion. The Columbus community was greeted this Tuesday...

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Patriot Plaza honors veterans

Columbus High School welcomed back some of its loyal veterans to honor them with a plaque for their service on November ninth. Columbus invited back alumni who served our country to be honored with...

Should Students Drive Themselves to School?

Whether students drive to school or get dropped off Columbus’ main goal is to keep students safe. With the rising amount of parking passes being sold, limited space is becoming a safety issue. According...

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Fighting the tides

Today, many people often take their respective environments for granted. ​In South Florida, the beaches and streets are filled with many wonders and values that may not be there for in the future generations...

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Kites soar over Haulover Park

Many different places and cultures have their own ways of utilizing kites in types of celebration like a festival. However, kites have never really been as important to Americans as they were to other...

The Screw Worm fights back

Screwworms are back and they are taking refuge in the Keys. It has been about 50 years since Florida has seen screwworms but they returned somehow and they are hurting not only the wildlife...