Coach Kurt Frenzen calls Viking seniors the lifeblood of the program.
Columbus High, Lakeview and Scotus Central Catholic are all into the playoffs for just the third time in the history of the city. Each of the three begins a hopeful trek through the postseason on Friday.
Five years ago, Nicole Lindhorst had a dream that she opened a boutique. On Oct. 21, surrounded by family, friends and supporters, that dream became a reality when she held the grand opening of her storefront for BeYOUtiful Boutique.
McIntosch, South Dakota – This week the Standing Rock Indian Tribe Game & Fish Department collaborating with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) released 28 ferrets on its reservation in the state of South Dakota.
Chica is an approximate 8-year-old female dog still waiting on her forever home at the Paws and Claws Adoption Center in Columbus.
People have preferences when it comes to their car wash, and soon there will be one more option for Columbus vehicle owners: Tommy's Express Car Wash.
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VIENNA (AP) — Accepting a prestigious German prize Sunday in honor of her work, Zimbabwean writer and filmmaker Tsitsi Dangarembga called for a “new Enlightenment,” saying a fundamental shift is needed to overcome the structures of racial hierarchy that have led to violence in her home country and across the world.
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