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Columbus Receives “No Kill Community” Status

Columbus Receives “No Kill Community” Status

Columbus animal shelter group falls below 10 percent euthanasia rate By Larry Gierer Originally published on ledger-enquirer.com, October 31, 2017 Columbus Mayor Teresa Tomlinson announced Tuesday that the city has received a “No Kill” community status. “This could not be possible without our many shelter partners: Animal Ark Rescue, Animal SOS, Columbus Animal Care and Control, Harris…

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A Rising Constitutional Crisis No One Is Talking About

A Rising Constitutional Crisis No One Is Talking About

By Charles B. Pierce Originally published on esquire.com, Oct. 12, 2017 Oct. 12, 2017 — We are going to do something unusual this week. Instead of skipping around the country in search of a state legislator with a duck on his head, or a state law making the date of Pat Robertson’s first orgasm a…

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WebMD Names Columbus As The Town That May Help Cure Alzheimer’s

WebMD Names Columbus As the Town that May Help Cure Alzheimer’s

By Alva James-Johnson Originally published on ledger-enquirer.com, May 22, 2017 Go to WebMD.com, the leading health website in the United States, and the first thing you will see is the headline: “How One Town May Help to Cure Alzheimer's” The town referenced is none other than Columbus, which hopes to become the first city to screen every…

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New Bike Sharing Program Announced By Mayor Tomlinson

New Bike Sharing Program Announced by Mayor Tomlinson

Originally published on wrbl.com, May 16, 2017 COLUMBUS, Ga. — Listen up bike riders! The Mayor of Columbus makes an announcement regarding new biking plans for the city. The announcement happened during the seventh annual bike ride with the mayor. Hundreds turned out for Tuesday’s five mile ride that was escorted by Columbus police. Mayor…

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Mayor Teresa Tomlinson Sets Sights On A 2020 U.S. Senate Run

Mayor Teresa Tomlinson Sets Sights on a 2020 U.S. Senate Run

By Chuck Williams Originally published on ledger-enquirer.com, May 10, 2017 After flirting with a possible run for governor, Columbus Mayor Teresa Tomlinson has decided not to seek that or any other statewide office next year, she confirmed Wednesday morning. “What I learned in this process,” she said, “and was a bit of a — I don’t…

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New Era At Sweet Briar College

New Era at Sweet Briar College

Photo credit: Aaron Mahler by Catherine Morris Originally published in Diverse Issues in Higher Education, May 8, 2017 Everyone likes a comeback story, and Sweet Briar College’s is particularly heartwarming. Yet the story is not over, even as the college prepares to begin a new chapter in its 116-year history with the arrival of its…

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Mayor Tomlinson Appears On MSNBC Show ‘AM Joy’

Mayor Tomlinson Appears on MSNBC Show ‘AM Joy’

By Larry Gierer Originally published on ledger-enquirer.com, April 23, 2017 Columbus Mayor Teresa Tomlinson made an appearance Sunday morning on the MSNBC television show “AM Joy.” On the national broadcast with host Joy Reid, she discussed the Georgia 6th Congressional District race which, following a special election, has come down to a runoff between Democrat Jon…

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McMaster Appointment “Wonderful News,” Says Mayor Tomlinson

McMaster Appointment “Wonderful News,” Says Mayor Tomlinson

Originally published on ledger-enquirer.com, Feb. 20, 2017 By Chuck Williams Tomlinson on McMaster pick: ‘I know I will sleep a little better at night’ Columbus Mayor Teresa Tomlinson got to know H.R. McMaster during the two years when he was commanding general of the Manuever Center of Excellence at Fort Benning. In addition to working with McMaster…

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