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Past articles by Paul:

New-look Vikings working toward a big season

The Pacelli Vikings have a new look. The brand new field turf at Deimel Field gives the kids a little extra energy. → Read More

MCSD Coaches ready to get back to work

The GHSA gave to go-ahead to restart football practices on June 8, but Muscogee County schools had to wait. On Monday, the school district gave the word. Programs can begin voluntary on-campus workouts on July 6. → Read More

Columbus auto dealers develop safe ways for shoppers to buy vehicles during pandemic

Columbus' Headquarter Nissan and Kia AutoSport Columbus have developed new ways to help consumers buy a vehicle during the pandemic. → Read More

Alabama shoppers react to stores reopening

For the first time in weeks, people can go to certain stores in Alabama. → Read More

Former Auburn softball player now an ER nurse in COVID-19 fight

Being an athlete in school can help prepare you for tough moments in life. One former Auburn player is now stepping up to the plate against COVID-19. → Read More

Auburn players working out from home during COVID-19 pandemic

KJ Britt and Bo Nix share their experiences as they prepare for the upcoming season while at home. → Read More

Some golf courses seeing increase in foot traffic

Maple Ridge is a semi-private course seeing more players this time of year despite COVID-19 concerns. → Read More

Staying active while staying home: Columbus fitness trainer gives tips

It's hard to stay in shape when you're stuck inside all day with no gym or place outside you can go, but there are ways you can still get some good activity in the house. → Read More

Central-Talbotton falls in state championship, 55-50

Central-Talbotton's late surge wasn't enough to overcome Wheeler County in the A-Public Girls State Championship. → Read More

Brothers live out mom’s dream at Columbus High

COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - January 10th ended like a normal night for Columbus High’s Tre Peterson and Jonathan Powell. “We had talked the night before and we were all having a good time," Peterson said. The next morning was anything but normal. Their usual wake-up call from their mother Denise Walker never came. “I went into her room, and she was laying there. I thought she was still asleep,"… → Read More

Callaway’s Fanning overcomes multiple ACL injuries to lead defen

Callaway linebacker Tely Fanning is no stranger to making the big play. → Read More

SPECIAL REPORT: Former Harris County QB sets Georgia Tech school

TaQuon Marshall burst onto the scene for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets last season, setting a school record for rushing yards by a QB. → Read More

NFL linebacker Jordan Jenkins returns home to host camp

Former Harris County Tiger Jordan Jenkins returns home for his first ever football camp at the stadium where he grew up. → Read More

Columbus State cruises to win in first World Series game

Columbus State head coach Greg Appleton stressed hitting to his team going into the NCAA Division 2 World Series. It appears his team listened on Sunday in the first game aga → Read More

Worldwide competitors arrive for Masters Water Ski tournament

Memorial Day weekend has arrived and with it comes the Masters Water Ski and Wakeboard tournament. → Read More

Bobby Howard named head coach at Pacelli

A splash hire made at St. Anne Pacelli High School. → Read More

Five Opelika Bulldogs sign letters of intent

A great moment this afternoon for a group of high schoolers, as five Opelika Bulldogs signed on the dotted line for their respective sports. Shakerra Forbes and Al → Read More

SPECIAL REPORT: Former Auburn Tiger QB suits up for the Columbus

A former Auburn Tiger continues his football career in Columbus. → Read More

Soldier surprises son at signing ceremony

What started a simple signing ceremony turned into an emotional event for Chattahoochee County's Ty Lucas. → Read More

Chase Elliott hoping for big 2018 season

NASCAR season's just days away. Chase Elliott hopes to have a monster year in the Monster Energy Series. → Read More