Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Playoff field at five

The District Three Class A playoff field stands at five in Class A right now: http://district3.piaa.org/football/2010/WK8-A.pdf

Championship team

Pictured is the Columbia Boy's Athletic Association's B team who recently finished its season unbeaten and division champs.

The ever changing downtown

Since it was a pretty nice day today, I took a spin around town.
Here are today's notes:
* The street sweeper is running, still not its normal routes (last council meeting), but for the first time in a month or more, the "street police" are out as the sweeper is now being followed again. The gentleman that normally follows the sweeper is back after being off for a medical problem.
So, now those who weren't in the habit of moving their vehicles because there was no one following the sweeper must move them or they will get a little "pink" thing on their windshield.
* Don't forget to stop into see the new owners of the Daily Grind, 438 Locust St., Cole and Sherri, who took over last week from Don and Mandy.
* Also in the 400 block of Locust Street, at the former Nikolaus furniture building, an art shop, which will do sculpture work and glass molding is preparing to open.
* Down the street, Viola's Bees, an art shop in the former Flowers, Herbs and Art, which I disclosed last week or week before, has closed, because of a family health issue.
* Across the street, at Fourth and Locust street, the denim clothing store and fleamarket in a building owned by David Doolittle is now vacant.
* Also,don't forget the annual Mardi Gras Parade on Thursday.