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College notes

* Abigail Bowman, of Columbus, was named to the dean's list for the spring 2016 semester at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois.
Ironwood Wolves

Fairy tales disparage timid canines, group says

Wolves aren't so big, and they're not so bad, either.

CCS board ponders options for fall ballot

The Columbus school board is expected to decide Thursday, July 21, which of four levy options will be placed before voters on the Nov. 8 ballot.

GOP Central Committee endorses council wards

In what was considered a rare move, the Franklin County Republican Central Committee weighed in on an issue facing voters.
Police beat

NW Columbus: Electronics, jewelry stolen in apartment break-in

The flat-screen televisions, jewelry, a gaming system and a laptop computer, valued at a total of $3,475, were reported stolen July 15 in the burglary of a Winding Way apartment.
Columbus Jazz & Rib Fest

89-year-old Doc Severinsen isn't slowing down

Legendary trumpeter Doc Severinsen said it's hard to believe almost 25 years have passed since he was band leader of "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson."

Others-first attitude keeps Harper moving

After saying many, many nice things about her longtime friend and former co-worker Norma Harper, the 2016 Young at Heart Senior of the Year, Sue Bartley thought of one more:

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College notes

* Jaya Sai Varre, of Columbus, was named to the University of Akron dean's list for the spring 2016 semester.
Columbus City Council

City examines structure

While Columbus leaders have maintained staunch opposition to a ward-representation model, elected officials last week announced the formation of a charter-review commission that will evaluate the structure of City Council.

Artwork offers insight into mental struggles

The Ohio Craft Museum's next exhibit will examine issues relating to mental health.
Franklin County Fair

New attractions added to traditional favorites

Fairgoers will see several new attractions designed to draw people from a broad area to the Franklin County Fairgrounds in Hilliard.

Glee club's members find harmony in GOP

They all liked to sing, and they were Republicans to a man.

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