Lullabies Children’s Boutique opened in August 2016 and has offered Columbia a high-quality, one-stop shop with unbeatable prices.
Owner Kim Sullivan said her inspiration for opening the business was simple.
MCCOMB – A security guard shot and killed a knife-wielding man from Kokomo who attacked two of his relatives at the McComb Social Security office this morning, prompting the facility to go on lockdown and close for the rest of the day amid a heavy police presence.
In fourteen hundred ninety two, Columbus sailed the ocean blue …” This line is part of the collective memory of school children in America. Besides that line, what do we know about Christopher Columbus? He was born in 1451 in Genoa, Italy, and was a contemporary of other Italians such as Bottecelli and Michaelangelo.
Marion County supervisors heard Tuesday what less than $10,000 can do to help abused children.
DiDi Ellis, executive director of Kids Hub Child Advocacy Center, delivered an update of the organization’s services while requesting the same amount provided by Marion County as last year, $9,370.
In an era where national news reports focus on violence in schools from fights to shootings, one might think that it is commonplace.
In reality, the most common infractions in the Columbia School District include items like bus rule violations and tardies.
Editor’s Note: Information printed in the “Fire Report” comes via the responding department(s). The Columbian-Progress will correct any errors. Call Editor Charlie Smith at (601) 736-2611 to request a correction or clarification.
Monday, June 25
The following marriage license applications were received by the Marion County Circuit Clerk’s Office during the week of June 25:
• Brenton Conerly of Foxworth and Courtney Leigh Amundson of Foxworth.
• Zachary Eli Sartin of Columbia and Shaboria Lorriane Akins of Columbia.
Editor’s Note: The following people were booked into the Marion County Jail by local law enforcement agencies over the past week. The Columbian-Progress will correct any errors. Call Editor Charlie Smith at (601) 736-2611 to request a correction.