Weimar Varsity’s first tennis tournament was Monday in Hallettsville. Senior Morgan Brenner started off in a tough match against one of Columbus’ lead players and lost two to three. SheRead more
All sixth grade students are invited to participate in an essay contest celebrating Dads and Father-figures conducted by Navidad Valley CattleWomen.
The group will be accepting entries through May 3.
In recognition of Black History Month, the Columbus Junior High School Gifted and Talented students presented an assembly that acknowledged the history that surrounds the month of February, the endeavors of the Buffalo Soldiers and Tuskegee Airmen, and the influence of African music that is profoundly evident in all genres today.Read more
COLUMBUS--Students from Columbus Jr High School – Riverside Campus recently performed the one act play, “Once Upon a Playground” by Jake Frakes, which centers around a girl who encounters bullies on a playground. The community performance raised $150 in which was donated to The Kindness Campaign.Read more
COLUMBUS — The city of Columbus just completed its first week of water flushing, and area residents are reminded that they may experience a change in water clarity, or a reduction in pressure and flow as the process continues.Read more