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Monday, December 5, 2016


From hard-hitting investigations to quick breaking news around Columbia and RBHS, the core of Bearing News has a wide selection for any reader to choose from. Look here for the latest stories circulating around town and school, and be sure to check back every day for more fresh coverage.

UNICEF club fundraiser begins

The RBHS UNICEF chapter started their month long fundraiser from Nov. 18 to Dec. 15. The club is trying to raise money for the international organization, United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF).

Columbia to receive eight new electric buses

Columbia transit division members have decided to add more electric buses to city routes after seeing financial and environmental benefits.

ROY G BIV hosts successful fundraiser

Members of Rock Bridge Reaches Out were happy with the turnout for their ROY G BIV fundraiser yesterday, Nov. 18.

Intruder on school campus leads to modified lockdown

RBHS was briefly placed under modified lockdown on Nov. 18 after an intruder refused to leave school premises.

Columbia unites in love for downtown Peace Walk

Columbian citizens gathered with signs and songs to participate in the Peace Walk Against Hatred. Walkers united with the goal of accepting diversity and spreading love to others.

Renovations begin for soccer, football and track stadium

Since the end of the fall season, the soccer, football and track facilities have already seen the beginning of a construction project, which will renovate and upgrade facilities.