Columbus 980 News

Welcome to 980 News, a monthly broadcast produced by the Columbus Cable Public Access Channel. In this program we will take you inside city government, spotlight local business, showcase culture and report the news happening every month in our community.

980 News May 2018 from Columbus Wisconsin on Vimeo.

May is here. In this episode we introduce 2 new segments! Cooking with Rob and the Columbus Police department. Make sure to check back each week on our facebook page and every month for new episodes!

Columbus 980 News | April 2018 from Columbus Wisconsin on Vimeo.

Happy April Columbus! This month we take quite the adventure. From Elections to Manufacturing. We cover alot of ground in our "America" Themed Episode. This week we have an overview of your Columbus School board candidates, and what they want you to know ahead of Tuesdays Election as well as a little highlight of the weekends easter events put on by Columbus Recreation Department. Stay tuned next month for 980 NEWS May Episode *JT & Jesse. Voting is Tuesday April 3rd!

980 News | March 2018 from Columbus Wisconsin on Vimeo.

Craving Columbus news? You are in luck, 980 News is back for its second month! This month on 980 News: - John Kurth gives us the history of the Kurth Brewery. - We ride along with Sergeant Darrell Ward of the Columbus Police Department. - Director of Planning and Development, Matt Scheiber, gives us a deep dive on the city’s Comprehensive Plan. These stories and more on the March episode of 980 News. 980 News is brought to you by the Columbus Cable Commission.

This month on 980 News: - We tour the storied Caldwell Lumber Company to get a sense of its history and talk to Doug about the family business. - Davis Clark takes us up into the City Hall clock tower to show what makes it tick. - Our special report on the Dark Store Loophole, a little known state tax code provision effecting little Wisconsin towns similar to Columbus. These stories and much, much more on the February episode of 980 News! 980 News is brought to you by the Columbus Cable Commission.