Residents and visitors to Columbus are noticing major changes to some of the city’s well-known landmarks. This week on “Noon Edition”, Columbus Redevelopment Commission executive director Ed Curtin and City Council at-large member George Dutro discuss what’s going on in downtown Columbus and why it’s important to the community.
This Friday Terre Haute “Tribune-Star” editor Max Jones, Columbus “Republic” editor John Harmon join Bloomington “Herald-Times” editor Bob Zaltsberg and WFIU’s Will Murphy for a look at the major stories of 2007, and a look ahead to 2008.
This week on “Noon Edition,” we discuss local elections with journalists from around the WFIU listening area. John Harmon from “The Columbus Republic” and Mark Bennett from the Terre Haute “Tribune-Star” join Herald-Times editor Bob Zaltsberg for a look at the local issues.
This week on “Noon Edition,” Former Columbus Regional Hospital CEO Doug Leonard is in the studio. Leonard now heads the Indiana Hospital and Health Association.
Lynn Lucas from the Columbus Area Visitors Center is our guest on “Noon Edition” this week, talking about the role of tourism in the regional economy, and the efforts of state and local leaders to expand that sector of the economy.