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Three Columbia State Chargers Named to The NJCAA World Series All-Tournament Team!

May 31, 2014 • by Greg Bradley • TennesseeSportsNet/WAXO Radio TV
Iowa Western Wins Its Third Title. More

C-State's Delgado Ends Marathon in Bottom of 12th!

May 26, 2014 • by Greg Bradley • TennesseeSportsNet/WAXO Radio TV
May. 26, 2014 JUCO World Series from NJCAA jucogj.org GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. – Riley Delgado 0-3 til the 12th,  took a 3-2 pitch over the left field wall to end a marathon between Cochise (AZ) and Columbia State (TN). Columbia State tops Cochise 12-11 in More

Chargers Explode For Big Win As They Play On in The NJCAA World Series!

May 25, 2014 • by Greg Bradley • TennesseeSportsNet/WAXO Radio TV
    The Columbia State Chargers faced a two-and-out possibility Sunday in the More

Columbia State Chargers Win NJCAA East Central Dist. Tourney!

May 19, 2014 • by Greg Bradley • TennesseeSportsNet/WAXO Radio TV
CSCC Headed to NJCAA Alpine Bank World Series! More

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Camille Evans Howell

Dec 18, 2014 • Columbia Daily Herald
Camille Evans Howell, a lifelong resident of Columbia, Tennessee, was called home to be with the Lord on December 13, 2014 in Washington, D. C., where she had been living since 2013 with her niece and adopted daughter, Lynette Gaye (Kenneth) Kee ... More

Under construction

Dec 11, 2014 • Columbia Daily Herald
Janet Smith, president of Columbia State Community College, finishes signing her name with a flourish Thursday on one of the steel posts at the entrance to one of the buildings currently under construction at the college's new Williamson County site ... More

Chamber, local officials forge D.C. connections

Dec 14, 2014 • Columbia Daily Herald
... provided an opportunity for sharing of regional and local challenges and concerns with staffers for their understanding and consideration in the development of regulations,” Dr. Janet Smith, Columbia State Community College president, said in a ... More

Reed gets clearance

Dec 12, 2014 • CalHiSports.com (subscription)
four-star strong forward Danjel Purifoy, Columbia State Community College (Columbia, Tenn.) T.J. Dunans and Tucker (Ga.) three-star guard Bryce Brown all signed with Auburn during November's early signing period. Findlay Prep (Henderson, Nev.) ... More

Retired teachers meet at SH Middle School

Dec 14, 2014 • Columbia Daily Herald
Susie Boshers recognized two members for outstanding accomplishments: Donna Cotner was appointed executive director of the Tennessee Retired Teachers Association, and Delores Blankenship won a seat on the Mt. Pleasant City Commission. More

TCAT gets $970000 for jobs training

Dec 12, 2014 • Shelbyville Times-Gazette
Bill Haslam announced Thursday that Tennessee College of Applied Technology at Shelbyville will receive a $970,000 grant as part of the Labor Education Alignment Program (LEAP), a $10 million state program which helps promote post-secondary training ... More

Kitchen Counter 12/7/14

Dec 6, 2014 • Columbia Daily Herald
EDITOR'S NOTE: Information for the “Kitchen Counter” is compiled from routine inspection reports filed by the Tennessee Department of Health. Establishments begin with 100 points and deductions are made for each violation. Less serious violations ... More

CSUB basketball: Matt Smith won't play this year

Dec 11, 2014 • Bakersfield Californian
But Smith, a 6-6 junior forward out of Jackson, Tenn., and a JC transfer from Columbia State Community College, won't play at all this season, Barnes has confirmed, after undergoing surgery for a sports hernia. Barnes said the rehab time for that type ... More

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