Recent photos of Columbia
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Saturday refreshments at 4th & Locust
Signs such as this, marking the locations of Lincoln Highway markers, popped up on Tuesday.
The markers once lined the Lincoln Highway in Columbia and elsewhere.
Cacti in Avenue G
This pathetic-looking soul was watching the car show on Saturday.
About those bricks that were removed at the bottom of Locust Street -
Will they be replaced?
Borough Hall, where the big decisions are made.
BIG. COSTLY. DECISIONS.
A look at the fire-damaged properties on the 500 block of Locust, as seen from Avenue H
Getting a lift
The Von Hess building - a good place to leave your hat . . .
. . . and your tire
Are the banks of Shawnee Run out of control?
Rainbows, three in a row
There's one in every crowd, thank goodness.
Locust Street Park
This year's mayfly invasion has begun.
The red circle shows a fire hydrant that was clipped off by a car at 4th & Chestnut.
A sign post was also hit. The car is on the right.
The rut that was made by the internal combustion-propelled hydrant
An injured chair at the scene
Park Elementary's Edible Classroom
Difficult to see, but helpful citizens rescued a small flock of ducklings at Plane & Manor on Wednesday.
Even an ambulance needs help occasionally.
The River Park rain gardens went MIA.
Folks enjoying the river . . .
Jesse the Computer Guy painted the curb at his business.
How much should he bill the borough for labor and materials?
Shouldn't all businesses put forth as much effort?
U.S. flags at a local church in a juxtaposition of church and state -
There's a lot of that going on lately.
At the former Andy's Market location at 4th & Cherry
Tractors for sale at Tollbooth Antiques
It was a foggy Friday morning . . .
A mallard and his bobber -
Not sure if it was attached or not
Kayaks for rent
There's Tollbooth now.
A better look at the new lettering
Hint of a moon peeking through
The Clydesdales are coming!
Crops at the airfield -
Still no drones, though.
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