Bundled up in a coat and scarf, Patricia Hollis smiled and spoke to customers outside Kroger in Columbus Wednesday morning as she rang the familiar Salvation Army bell.
Ann Wozniak works 20 to 25 hours a week at Kroger in Columbus.
You are as likely to hear she is at work as see she is at work.
The chorus of “Hey, Miss Ann!” echoes through the busy grocery store as customers encounter the store’s official greeter and unofficial goodwill ambassador and employee mentor.
After a “small scuffle” in the Kroger parking lot Wednesday, Columbus police arrested a woman who allegedly left the grocery store with more than $500 worth of merchandise she hadn’t paid for.
The driver of a pickup was taken to Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle with unknown injuries Wednesday at about 8:15 a.m. following a collision between his truck and another pickup at the intersection of Highway 45 North and the Kroger Grocery Store parking lot near 18th Ave. North.
On Aug. 5, we published a story on the renovations currently being made at the Kroger store on Highway 45.
I didn’t write that story, nor was it the story I had hoped to write.
Kroger officials say the remodeling project underway at its Columbus location will be complete “prior to the holidays” this year.
A proposed $16.5 million project could make Starkville’s Kroger location the company’s third-largest store in the state.
A Columbus man was arrested and charged with aggravated assault for an incident that occurred last month at a local gas station.