The town of Caledonia may have a new director for its annual Caledonia Days celebration, but Amanda Jones is hardly a newcomer to the event.
Terry Ray, dressed is his finest suit, moved from table to table during Wednesday's Golden Triangle Job Fair at the American Legion Hall in Columbus, joining hundreds who gathered for the one-day event that featured representatives from about three dozen companies and organizations.
I have never been an accomplice to a crime.
Put another way, I have never been a victim of sexual assault/sexual abuse/sexual harassment. Those who have know precisely what I mean.
An anticipated vote on a proposal requiring those attending a school event to stand for the national anthem never made it to the agenda for Monday's meeting of the Lowndes County School District Board of Trustees.
Last week, the Biloxi School District removed Harper Lee's classic novel "To Kill a Mockingbird" from its eighth-grade language arts curriculum after complaints from some of the students' parents.
According to the Mississippi Department of Employment Security (MDES), there are 4,130 eligible workers in the Golden Triangle without a job.
With 7 minutes, 20 seconds left in the game Saturday afternoon, Aeris Williams took a handoff from Nick Fitzgerald, ran right, and disappeared without fear or hesitation into a ton of writhing mass before plunging into the end zone for a 6-yard score, the final touchdown in the Mississippi State football team's 35-10 victory against BYU.
Golden Triangle Development LINK CEO Joe Max Higgins asked Lowndes County Board of Supervisors for a resolution backing the renewal of the county's 2-percent restaurant sales tax Friday.
Rhonda Patterson found herself a little closer to her dream Thursday.
Two years ago, Agnes Carino sat in the office of her oncologist and listened to a grim prediction of what would happen if she did not agree to begin chemotherapy treatment for her Stage 4 cancer.
East Mississippi Community College held its third annual "Industry Day" on Wednesday, but it could just as easily be called "Opportunity Day."
A couple of weeks after its split with Columbus, Lowndes County has its parks and recreation department up and running with an office and phones.
When seven Starkville High School volleyball "took a knee" Monday during the National Anthem in a game at New Hope, what had been a national story was suddenly a local event.
The Food Pyramid in the South is bigger than those of other regions, mainly because "Fried Chicken" is considered its own food group.
The Lowndes County Board of Supervisors voted Monday to authorize County Administrator Ralph Billingsley to negotiate with the estate of Randolph Lipscomb for the final piece on private property held on the block occupied by the county courthouse.
The Lowndes County Industrial Park will double the size of its wastewater treatment facility as the Lowndes County Board of Supervisors gave permission Friday to the Lowndes County Industrial Development Authority to secure a loan to fund the project.
Another mass shooting. We've had six of these large-scale shootings in the past 10 years alone, claiming more than 200 lives.
In her 15 years with the Columbus Housing Authority, including the past three as executive director, Debra Taylor has seen people from all backgrounds come to her in desperate need of housing.
Anyone looking for an explanation for the dramatic dip in unemployment in the Golden Triangle in August need only look at the calendar.
For me, the Vietnam War was condensed into two memories.
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