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July 6, 2008 12:01 AM

North Columbia: On the verge of change?

Caroline Whitson knows a lot of people drive through North Columbia with their car doors locked and their eyes straight ahead. The president of Columbia College has heard it before — the fear not so much expressed as implied. She thinks that’s a shame.

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