Starting as the hobby of a seed collector, Happy Cat Farm has grown into a national distributor of both seeds and plants.
WOSU News Archives For May 2004
Officials at Port Columbus International Airport have increased security this holiday weekend. The Transportation Security Administration has posted the pictures of seven terrorism suspects in the terminal.
Members of the Columbus Symphony Orchestra are to meet Friday with their union leadership to discuss a salary cut request by the symphony and the status of a proposal to retain Music Director Alessandro Siciliani.
There’s only one professional sports team in Columbus that has a winning record and a chance to get into the post-season playoffs. It’s the Columbus Comets of the National Women’s Football Association. That’s right – women’s football.
After educating generations of teachers, Denison University will no longer offer an education program that leads to a teaching license in the state of Ohio. Denison leaders blame the move on increaslingly strict state regulations.
Professional and amateur eaters gathered Friday afternoon at Ayng Asian Grill on Grandview Avenue for The Noodle Eating Championship, the first of its kind in the nation.
A national non-profit group called “Oneness” uses education, the arts and especially music to promote racial harmony. “Oneness” co-founders Faith Holmes and Dennis Stafford are hosting a songwriters summit in Columbus this weekend.
Columbus are embroiled in a fight for understanding and information. For the past few years, the university has researched the possibility of expanding a runway at Don Scott airport. Residents fear an expanded runway will add more noise to the area.
Ohio State University and residents in Worthington and other parts of northwest Columbus are embroiled in a fight for understanding and information. For the past few years, the university has researched the possibility of expanding a runway at Don Scott Airport. Residents fear an expanded runway will add more noise to the area.
An disciplinary panel attached to the Ohio Supreme Court recommends Franklin county Common Pleas Court Judge Deborah O’Neill lose her law license for two years. The Board of Commissioners on Grievances and Discipline found O’Neill repeatedly failed to act properly in and out of the courtroom.
The Columbus police department is considering using cameras to catch drivers who run red lights. If a driver runs a red light, cameras would snap a picture of the car and its license plate. The police department would send the driver a ticket.