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Camp's lessons clear as mud

Every summer, the Olentangy River turns into a living classroom for gifted students from all over central Ohio.
'Buildings tell stories'

CAC's newest board works to catalog, preserve

Although she now lives in Upper Arlington, Clintonville will always be special to Beth Armstrong.

Four historical markers planned

Clintonville Historical Society President Mary Rodgers said last week she is targeting July 2 as the date of a formal announcement about placing a new group of historical markers around the neighborhood.

'Rock star' to kids, library's Pathy will move on

When Greg Denby became manager of the Columbus Metropolitan Library's Whetstone branch in 2002, Sam Pathy already was firmly entrenched as the youth services manager.
Police beat

Clintonville: Mansfield women's cars broken into, looted

Two Mansfield women contacted Columbus police after their vehicles were broken into June 17 while they were parked in the 3900 block of North High Street.

Painting salutes Marine's walk

History of a fairly recent kind was recognized earlier this month at the Whetstone branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library.
Eat Purr Love

Pet project: Shelter, local woman unite for cat cafe

A lot of people come to the Capital Area Humane Society with a lot of ideas for helping the 133-year-old organization in its mission of sheltering homeless animals.

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Fourth fun needs funds

Organizers of Clintonville's July Fourth celebration hope residents can help them raise the $60,000 cost of the event and keep the fun going.
CAC tasks

Special meeting to focus on leadership

Clintonville Area Commission members hope to be organized by the time the annual organizational meeting rolls around.
CAC response

Some reject idea of city-sponsored website

Libby Wetherholt, Clintonville Area Commission District 3 representative, admitted last week she was "a little surprised" at the vehemence with which some of her colleagues rejected the idea of the city sponsoring websites for all area commissions.
North on the Fourth

Proud Polar Bears set for 25th annual event

Everywhere a polar bear.

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