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|Will Columbia River Crossing rise again? - Portland Tribune|
|Portland TribuneWill Columbia River Crossing rise again?Portland TribunePORTLAND TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO - Congestion is growing again on the aging I-5 bridge When Washington and Oregon were negotiating a project to replace the Interstate 5 bridge across the Columbia River and enhance mobility in the bistate region, ...and more »
|HS Wrestling: Southern Columbia wins first state dual meet in program history - Sunbury Daily Item|
|HS Wrestling: Southern Columbia wins first state dual meet in program historySunbury Daily ItemNAZARETH — Carter Houseknecht didn't win his 180-pound bout Monday night. But the Southern Columbia junior called his performance a success. “I don't define victory as necessarily a win,” Houseknecht said. By staying off his back, he helped the Tigers ...
|Northwestern wrestlers fall to Southern Columbia in PIAA tourney - lehighvalleylive.com|
|lehighvalleylive.comNorthwestern wrestlers fall to Southern Columbia in PIAA tourneylehighvalleylive.comThe Southern Columbia wrestling team turned it on around the bend with key pins late to knock off Northwestern 40-26 in the preliminary round of the PIAA Class AA team tournament Monday night at Whitehall High School. Turning point: Northwestern led ...and more »
|Could Columbia County tap into broadband funds? - Portage Daily Register|
|Portage Daily RegisterCould Columbia County tap into broadband funds?Portage Daily RegisterAndy Ross of Poynette, chairman of the Columbia County Economic Development Corporation's Executive Committee, said he plans to look into whether Frontier Communications could use some of the money allocated to the company to bring high-speed ...and more »
|Columbia University Students Consider the Value of a Western Education - Huffington Post|
|Huffington PostColumbia University Students Consider the Value of a Western EducationHuffington PostBefore coming to Columbia University two years ago, Alexander McCoy served as a guard for the U.S. Embassy in Saudi Arabia, where he witnessed a beheading in Riyadh. "Reading the Qur'an really helped me put that memory to bed and find peace, ...