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Proposed budget to avoid deficit and layoffs, Columbus mayor says Video included

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The Columbus mayor says next fiscal year's budget will help the city avoid dipping back into the red, however, all city departments will likely see cuts. More>>

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Crude prices fall

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The cost for a barrel of oil fell last week for the sixth week in a row. More>>

Social Security benefits to go up next year

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Social Security benefits for nearly 58 million people will increase by 1.5 percent next year. The annual cost-of-living adjustment, or COLA, is based on a government measure of inflation that was released More>>

MCSD school board member responds to allegations of district overpaying for legal fees

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On Monday evening, Muscogee County School Board Member Naomi Buckner responded to local attorney Frank Myers' allegations that the district spends too much money on legal fees. More>>

MCSD responds to spending $7,500 on customer service workshops for Customer Support Center

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The Muscogee County School District said the workshops allowed employees to improve on their skills. More>>

MCSD spends $13k on Aaron Cohn Middle School staff retreat

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The Aaron Cohn Middle School staff retreat took place in Peachtree City which is near Atlanta. More>>

MCSD board supports hiring of an assistant superintendent

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Superintendent David Lewis is recommending someone he worked with in Polk County, Florida. More>>

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Muscogee County Sheriff's Office has $900k in unpaid jail medical bills

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Mayor Teresa Tomlinson said the Muscogee County Sheriff Office is $1.8m over budget. More>>

Cost of back-to-school shopping

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Shoppers are expected to spend about $635 on school shopping this year. More>>

Funding the Columbus E-911 Call Center

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The Columbus E-911 Call Center gets is funding from a variety of sources. More>>

Contract details for new Muscogee County Superintendent David Lewis

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Muscogee County Superintendent Finalist David Lewis was officially hired Tuesday afternoon. More>>

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New MCSD superintendent salary and the cost of the year-long search

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Muscogee County school district has spent nearly $60,000 and one year searching for new superintendent before naming finalist David Lewis of Florida. More>>

Summer construction at Muscogee County Schools

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The Muscogee County School District is working on five projects over the summer to renovate and update schools in the area. More>>

City Council discussing possible city employee discount for natatorium

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Columbus is deciding if they want give city employees a discount on admission to the Natatorium. More>>

Muscogee County coroner proposes cost-saving measures to council

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The Muscogee County coroner proposes some cost-saving measures, but some council members are skeptical. More>>

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