Turnstiles at the high school
Training session at Turkey Hill Experience
On the leash
Evidence of theft
Market House inscription at St Peter Apartments
Now that the Columbia Water Company upgrade is complete, it's time to move this stuff off of Heritage Drive so that the road can be paved. We're going to need the space for parking, now that Columbia Crossing is open and company's coming this summer.
These siblings were seen on the 100 block of Walnut a few days ago.
They were a little camera-shy . . .
. . . but he wasn't.
Posing for the paparazzi
Red squirrel seen last week in Locust Street Park.
It's those guys again.
On the lookout
A source tells Columbia Spy that this fence around the perimeter of Mount Bethel Cemetery will be painted by Ville Painters, Inc. in the near future at a cost of $30,000.
Repairs at Prudhomme's
Bluebird at Columbia River Park . . .
Is it the bluebird of happiness?
Can you dig it?
The streets aren't exactly paved with gold, but this might be a start.
(100 block of Locust)
Crumbling date stone at Second and Locust
Easter Grinch at Tacos to Go
Renovations at The Arts at Hinkles.
SOLD ONLINE ONLY . . . ?
21 South Fourth Street
A new flavor of Turkey Hill Iced Tea: Burnt tobacco, filtered for your enjoyment.
Stumps in use along "stump avenue"
208-210 Locust on Easter Sunday . . .