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Looking ahead to college, ninth graders will flood the campus of Columbus State

Hoping to prepare high school students for success in college, Columbus State University welcomes 900 local ninth-graders to campus on Tuesday as part of...

Fort Middle School honors its namesake Friday at 40th anniversary fete

In his time, T. Hicks Fort was a force of nature. He was a swashbuckling attorney who specialized in major murder trials. He was...

Columbus State streamlining application process for new students

To make it easier for prospective students to navigate through the deep waters of applying for college, Columbus State University has unveiled a new...

Woodall’s GNETS Program reports 98 percent success rate from state

The Woodall Center's GNETS Program — a therapeutic program operated by the Muscogee County School District — has been recognized by the Georgia Department...

Transportation problems lead to angry parents on Muscogee County’s first day of school

What a way to celebrate our children’s first day of school. • A parent in Midland said the school bus carrying her child was so...

Columbus State announces 16 Presidential Envoys for 2018-2019

Columbus State University has announced the names of 16 high-achieving student leaders from all over campus who will serve as Presidential Envoys — representing...

Jordan High graduate finishes second in national drafting competition

Abiyerra Thomas, a recent graduate of Jordan High School, placed second in the 2018 Annual National Association of Women in Construction’s (NAWIC) Student Design...

Columbus State workshop brings cybersecurity curricula into Muscogee County schools.

A workshop at Columbus State University’s TSYS School of Computer Science is providing a select group of local teachers with the skills and knowledge...

Early Childhood Education class honors first-year teacher in MCSD

A class in Columbus State University’s Early Childhood Education Program has gone the extra mile to help a new Muscogee County teacher feel appreciated...

COLUMN: School security’s costly, but what’s the value of a child?

Less than 100 hours after 10 students were shot and killed at a high school in Texas, the Muscogee County School Board on Monday...