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Columbus Academy boasts a dozen Merit semifinalists

Columbus Academy has 12 students from this year's senior class who have been named semifinalists in the 60th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.

Immunization clinic set up for children

Franklin County Public Health will offer childhood immunizations by appointment only at a clinic set for 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Oct. 6, at the Gahanna Municipal Building, 200 S. Hamilton Road.

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Cole's Warriors

Mother: 1 pill, 1 time brought son's death

Life will never be the same for the family and friends of Cole Ryan Smoot.
Sept. 30: Karl Wetherholt Day

City engineer retires

Twenty-five-year City Engineer Karl Wetherholt said he hopes he has laid the groundwork for his successors to continue to make Gahanna a great place for people to live, work and play.
Police beat

Gahanna: Thieves snatch items from inside parked vehicles

Thieves in Gahanna targeted items inside vehicles in recent days, the Gahanna Division of Police reported.

Hops, Vines and laughs

'Fab Lab' brings high-tech manufacturing to students

Gahanna-Jefferson high school and middle school students have access to new tools to explore career paths, thanks to a new MIT fabrication laboratory known as the "Fab Lab."

Merit, Achievement semifinalists from GLHS

Gahanna Lincoln High School has three seniors qualifying as National Merit Scholarship and National Achievement Scholarship semifinalists.
Police beat

Gahanna: Sick raccoon seen in several places was euthanized

Gahanna police recently responded to several calls regarding a sick raccoon at Lincoln Elementary School and surrounding areas.

G-J scores A's, B's on 2013-14 state report card

The Gahanna-Jefferson Public School District received a good report card with five A's and four B's for the 2013-14 academic year.
Class-action lawsuit

City plans to appeal court's income-tax-credit ruling

The city of Gahanna will appeal a Sept. 11 Franklin County Common Pleas Court decision that would leave the city owing millions in refunds to taxpayers.
623rd Field Artillery Unit

Korean War guardsmen reunite -- maybe for last time

Most of them were teenagers when they became members of the National Guard's 623rd field artillery unit out of Springfield, Ky., before they went to Korea in 1951.

Street Smart program helps parents wise up about drug trends

Chasing the Rainbow, Riding the Elevator and Doin Da Lean aren't the latest dance moves; they're terms America's youth know are related to drugs.

Committee formed to study city's government structure

Gahanna City Council President Brian Larick has assigned a three-person committee to look into the possibility of the city changing from a mayoral to a city-manager form of government.
Columbus Oktoberfest

Dashing dogs, dance lessons add to fun

Dashing dachshunds, a singer-songwriter showcase and professional dancing lessons will highlight the new attractions at this year's Columbus Oktoberfest.

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