Liz Hartmann has a bachelor's degree in international studies and sustainability from Miami University in Ohio. She has worked four years with the "Big Four" accounting firm Deloitte's strategy and operations division, helping with mergers and acquisitions in the health care and pharmaceutical industries.
The Lowndes County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Wednesday to provide $200,000 to the city of Columbus for use on its parks and recreation for Fiscal Year 2018-19 with no strings attached.
Upon further review, the city of Columbus may not be pulling out of Baptist Medical Group's primary care clinic after all.
Steve Brandon has shot wildlife on all seven continents, but aside from some pesky insects, he hasn't killed anything.
It was in the spring of 2017 and a group of women from First United Methodist Church in Starkville were participating in a Bible study group when the women began to sense there was something more they should be doing.
There is probably no couple in the Golden Triangle whose names are more associated with running than Brad and Melissa Atkins.
What Lt. Christian Smith lacks in experience as the new commander for the Columbus Salvation Army, he makes up for, well, in experience.
Early Monday morning, Columbus High School senior Kayla Carter got a phone call from her teacher wishing her good luck on the first day of school.
That would be unusual enough in its own right.
Beginning Monday, thousands of students throughout Mississippi will return to the classroom for another school year.
Alexis Turner and Eli Box have a lot in common.
They are both focused and goal-oriented. Both are thoughtful, articulate teens with definite plans what they want to do with their lives.
The men who are expected to face off next year in the Mississippi Governor's race shared a stage for the first time Wednesday.
The Columbus-Lowndes Convention and Visitors Bureau isn't dead, but it is in intensive care, CVB Board of Trustees president DeWitt Hicks said Monday.
Are there cigars in heaven?
There probably are now.
It's hard to imagine Bill "Doc" Canon, who passed away this weekend at age 87, without the stub of a cigar clenched in his jaw as he went about his business.
It might be a stretch, but Caledonia could be playing night soccer by the time the town's recreation season begins in late November.
In the spring of 2010, George Malvaney was on the coast as the man in charge of part of what would be the biggest environmental clean-up in U.S. history.
Unemployment rates jumped over the past month, according to data released by the Mississippi Department of Employment Security.
I arrived a little early at the Columbus Rotary Club meeting at Lion Hills Center Tuesday and struck up a conversation with the guest speaker.
The fate of the Columbus-Lowndes Convention and Visitors Bureau beyond the end of the year may depend on whether Gov. Phil Bryant calls a special session of the Legislature.
Lowndes County Emergency Services Director Cindy Lawrence packed a lot of information into her 30-minute appearance at Thursday's Columbus Exchange Club meeting at Lion Hills Center, detailing the work of the LCES, informing the audience how to prepare for emergencies and outlining how her agency operates.
Since March, when the Lowndes County 2-percent restaurant tax was reduced to ashes, local people -- even Jeff Smith, the man most responsible for killing the tax -- pinned their hopes of saving the tax that supports tourism on a special session of the legislature.
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