A decision by a competitor to drop all legal actions challenging Airbus Helicopters' contracts to provide as many as 51 UH-72A Lakota Helicopters should keep the Airbus assembly plant operating without fear of layoffs or furloughs, the Texas-based company says.
There are 174 people who serve in the Mississippi legislature, folks from all walks of life.
What we can assume about them, collectively, is that none of them do the shopping back home, for they just don't seem to understand how it works.
Being a crew chief on a military helicopter is not always the most glamorous job, Army Spc. Taylor Davis admits.
"It's a tough, dirty, exhausting job," he said. "But the time we spend in the sky makes up for it."
Adeline Rollins was born on Dec. 6, 2016, at Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle in Columbus.
But in a very real sense, life will begin for the little girl on Tuesday at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.
By the end of 2019, Lowndes County will have more $55 million in new, state-of-the art workforce training facilities.
The Lowndes County Board of Supervisors have made it unanimous.
The effort to change the Mississippi flag seems to be going nowhere, at least legislatively.
The Mississippi School Board Association will hold a pair of community meetings in March to gather input as it begins its search for the next Columbus Municipal School District Superintendent.
For sale or not for sale? That was the question during Monday's meeting of the Columbus Municipal School District Board of Trustees.
I'm probably not the most popular guy around and a lot of that probably has to do with the views I hold, which I have always realized are far, far outside the mainstream here in the state of my birth.
About halfway through Friday's Poetry Slam, 8-year-old Amahd Brown ascended stage at South Side Elementary School to a chorus of snapping fingers from the audience.
It took the Columbus City Council a matter of minutes to resolve the last apparent issue in a bid to extend the county wide 2-percent restaurant sales tax Wednesday.
By the time the dishes were cleared and the announcements were made during Wednesday's meeting of the Columbus Kiwanis Club at Lion Hills, Doug Tyrone had about 30 minutes to deliver his message.
To hear him tell it, Curt Fields is the best-known impersonator of the least-known, best-known person in American history.
In the 1980 Winter Olympics, Team USA hockey defeated Finland to win the gold medal, but that is not the game everyone remembers.
Lowndes County supervisors voted unanimously to withdraw $1,009,186 in profits from its hospital trust fund, its largest withdrawal in the five years since a state law allowing funds to be invested in the stock market.
In his first year as Mississippi State's women's basketball coach in 2012, Vic Schaefer didn't pay much attention to attendance.
When Rep. Jeff Smith (R-Columbus) told listeners on the Gallo radio show on Jan. 25 that a major aerospace project that would create 4,000 jobs was expected to come to Mississippi, economic development officials from one end of the state to the other were caught flat-footed.
On the day before Scott Reed was to leave his home in West Point to travel to Washington, D.C. to help a group of 150 volunteers decorate the White House for Christmas, he was hurriedly working on decorations at a client's home.
A new lawsuit from a competitor, filed just days before a federal appeals court ruled in favor of Airbus Helicopters over the same issue, threatens to shut down production at the Columbus Airbus facility.
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