Keeping Focus

TALBOT COUNTY, Ga. – Ever imagine what you could do if you really focused? That’s part of a shooting technique taught by a Columbus native w…

Helping others step by step

COLUMBUS, Ga. – It’s just a few days before Christmas, a very appropriate time to bring you the story of young man from Columbus, who earlie…

The sound of music

COLUMBUS, Ga. – What comes between you and your dreams? A story that will perhaps make you a little more determined to reach your goals. Des…

Ebony Hill

COLUMBUS, Ga. – This week’s MEA Golden Apple Award winner Ebony Hill is described as an awesome teacher. Ms. Hill was surprised with the hon…

Storybook Farm: Hope on horseback

OPELIKA, Ala. – There’s a horse farm just outside of Opelika that has a special attachment for some special kids in our area. Storybook Farm…

Local artist draws inspiration from UGA

COLUMBUS, Ga. – Whether Mark Richt is the head coach at Georgia or not, one local artist is committed to capturing the bulldogs with his col…

Cookin’ up a fond memory

COLUMBUS, Ga. – It’s good from time to time to reflect back on folks who were once regular guests on our air waves. Lois McCosh belongs in t…

Mike Gaymon

HARRIS COUNTY, Ga. – It’s been a year since Mike Gaymon retired as the President of the Greater Columbus Chamber of Commerce. We’re accustom…

Business savvy stitchers

COLUMBUS, Ga. – Two Columbus seventh graders have become productive entrepreneurs thanks to a family friend who was willing to invest in the…

News 3 Neighbors: Healing Horses

HARRIS COUNTY, Ga. – Where do you turn for help when you’re facing a tough spot in life? Some local folks head to a horse ranch in Harris Co…

Circus train wreck 100th anniversary

COLUMBUS, Ga. – One of the worst days in the history of Columbus was November 22, 1915. At least a dozen people died in a horrific collision…

Celebrating 100 years: Evelyn Mitchell

COLUMBUS, Ga. – Do you know many folks born in 1915? We introduce you to one of Columbus’ newest centenarians. How do you celebrate 100 year…

Jim Palmer

COLUMBUS, Ga. – How would you like getting out of school every Monday and driving two hours to Columbus to teach a youth orchestra? Meet Jim…