COLUMBIA — A light drizzle dampened the uncovered area in front of the Greyhound bus station, where Denise Owens and Luis Hernandez waited for the building to open at 1 p.m. on a recent Monday. Owens sat on a weathered bench beside her lone leather bag and a crutch, a grim look on her face and a cast encasing her right leg. Beside her, Hernandez sat on a cinder block, surrounded by his three duffel bags, because there was nowhere else to sit besides the ground.
Moving Greyhound services to Wabash still a major goal for City Council
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