Monthly Archives: March 2012

Mule Day

The Mule Day Wagon Train kicked off the festivities Monday as people come to Columbia for the huge parade and mule shows that are enjoyed by crowds of around 150,000 people each year. The Mule Day Parade Saturday is the … Continue reading

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Traffic Reopens Campbellsville Pike/Sunnyside Lane

Traffic has reopened on the Campbellsville Pike to normal flow as construction crews removed the orange barrels Tuesday. Some work is continuing so watch for construction crews. Work is being finalized but the traffic lights on the Campbellsville Pike and … Continue reading

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E-Filing Tax Returns

The Internal Revenue Service has reminded taxpayers who owe taxes that it’s not necessary to wait until the last minute to file. The IRS suggests that taxpayers can postpone paying by e-filing now and authorizing a direct-debit payment for the … Continue reading

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TRG Jobs Fair/Spring Hill Northfield

TRG Customer Solutions in Spring Hill , in partnership with South Central Tennessee Workforce Alliance, will host a job fair at the Workforce Development and Conference Center at Northfield, 100 Saturn Parkway, Spring Hill. The jobs fair is open from … Continue reading

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New Columbia city Hall Opens Tuesday 700 North Garden Street

Columbia city hall is beginning its move to a new location at 700 North Garden Street. Renovation work is finished and Columbia City Hall will be open in its new facilities Tuesday March 27 with normal operating hours from 7:30am … Continue reading

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February Unemployment

Tennessee Commissioner of Labor & Workforce Development Karla Davis announced today Tennessee’s unemployment rate for February fell to 8.0 percent, down from the January revised rate of 8.2 percent. The national unemployment rate for February 2012 was 8.3 percent. Commissioner … Continue reading

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Early Spring Brings on Allergies

Allergy season has come early in Tennessee this year, thanks largely to an unusually warm winter. Abundant pollen is causing watery eyes, sniffles and sneezing. In some areas, allergists say pollen counts this week are as high as they’ve ever … Continue reading

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