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    Bexley students (from left) Olivia Beckman, 10, Zachary Trabitz, 10, and Claire MacDonald, 11, make structures at the Mini-STEM table during the Bexley City Schools' STEM Fair Sunday, April 27, at Bexley High School.

    Fair shows inclusive, creative sides of STEM

    Bexley's first Community Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Fair was a hive of activity Sunday, April 26, at Bexley High School.
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    Jhuma Acharya, secretary of the Bhutanese Napali Community of Columbus, says the group is seeking donations of gently used office furniture for its new community resource center at 4646 Tamarack Blvd. Almost 15,000 Bhutanese nationals now live in the Columbus metropolitan area, according to the organization.

    Center seeks to help Bhutanese Nepali refugees

    Wanted: Gently used furniture to be used by gentle people.
  • VIDEO

    Junior ROTC drill team 'pumped' for nationals

    For the first time, the Delaware County Air Force Junior ROTC drill team has earned a chance to show its skills at a national competition, placing third overall in the unarmed division at a regional event.
  • Weather where you live

    Hail can do major damage

    Chances are you saw the storm spotter video of the EF-4 tornado that touched down in Northern Illinois. But while tornadoes grab the headlines, it's another storm that can be even more costly to your home and car.
  • May 2015 Election

    See who and what is on the ballot in your neighborhood.
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Sports

  • Softball

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    Jessica Flynn of Dublin Coffman is a natural right-handed hitter who has excelled as a slap hitter batting left-handed.

    Slap hitters take pride in skill, impacting game

    Several years before she set the New Albany High School softball program's record for hits in a season, Jamie Sevenish learned to swing the bat playing baseball with her older brother.
Watterson Roundup

Manahan looks to make name for herself

Katie Manahan knows a lot is expected of her athletically because of her last name.
Canal Winchester Roundup

Hamilton develops into leader

Raven Hamilton has always been a passionate competitor while playing sports at Canal Winchester High School.
Whitehall-Yearling Roundup

Barker leading baseball team

After having his wrestling season cut short when he was injured during a Division II sectional tournament, Whitehall-Yearling High School senior Cameron Barker was looking forward to his final baseball season for the Rams.
Rowing

Area teams compete in regatta honoring Davids

As a member of the Dublin high school rowing team's boys varsity 8, Wesley Davids sat in the seventh seat as a Dublin Scioto senior in 2003.
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Arts.Food.Fun

  • Table Talk

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    Manager Amanda Botha holds a Cuban cafe con leche at Red Velvet Cafe at 246 S. Fourth St. in downtown Columbus.

    Downtown cafe serving up Cuban coffee, desserts

    Red Velvet specializes in homemade creations, top-shelf java.
  • British composer/pianist Huw Watkins.

    Watkins equally happy with composing, playing

    Renowned British composer and pianist Huw Watkins will join ProMusica Chamber Orchestra as guest soloist and guest composer, as the orchestra features its second annual "Composer/Performer Project" concert this weekend in the Southern Theatre.

Fischer's Fab Five

Smokey Robinson, Eilen Jewell, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, and more round out the Fab Five.

Pair sees magic in performing 'Potted Potter' series mash-up

In the zany two-man play, Potted Potter: The Unauthorized Harry Experience, which plays the Capitol Theatre Tuesday, April 21 through April 26, James Percy plays Harry Potter ... and Joseph Maudsley plays every other character in the HP universe.
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