Late Friday afternoon, eight kids were gathered at a clubhouse at Cypress Park Apartments on South Lehmberg Road in Columbus, six of whom were playing a game of musical chairs under the direction of Natasha Morris.
In another three months or so, a new amphitheater in Columbus could be open for business
Industrial development prospects for the city of Columbus are likely to be few, and while the outlook is more promising in Lowndes County, even those prospects may diminish unless the state adopts a new strategy, Joe Max Higgins said Wednesday.
Lunch and a speaker. Today, it is the Exchange Club. Yesterday it was the Kiwanis. The day before that, Rotary.
Two murder cases could reach resolutions during the Lowndes County Circuit Court term that begins Monday.
When it comes to emergency medical situations, life and death can rely on a matter of minutes.
A company that produces flat-rolled steel products has ceased operations in Columbus, but unlike a larger local company in the same business, the effects on the community aren't significant.
What began as a project to build a new sanctuary at Starkville's Second Baptist Church has evolved into an internal dispute over who has authority to act on the church's behalf, pitting the church's pastors and deacons against its board of trustees.
I moved two weeks ago.
When career general officers in the U.S. military near retirement, they are required to take a course on preparing for their non-military futures.
Glenn Boyce's message to the Columbus Rotary Club Tuesday was straight-forward: When it comes to higher education, Mississippi must finish what it starts.
For 80 Mississippi State University students, President Donald Trump's executive order banning travel for natives of seven Muslim countries is a short-term ban that could have long-term consequences.
Hagan Walker and Kaylie Mitchell are about three-quarters of the way to Hollywood.
Columbus Police Department has issued an arrest warrant for a local woman in connection to an alleged Jan. 7 food contamination incident at Jack's Restaurant.
Sometimes what you get depends on who you know.
Norma Sanders, Rissa Lawrence and Brenda Willis started planning for Friday's presidential inauguration before even Team Trump.
Mississippi State University President Mark Keenum divided most of his speaking time at Tuesday's Columbus Rotary Club between looking back at the first technological revolution and the one he feels lies just ahead.
Seasoned tourists know the games. It's the rubes who are the easy marks.
The last Mississippi State women's basketball season ended with a Sweet 16 loss to eventual national champion Connecticut, a loss so spectacularly bad it was as if the Bulldogs got together and decided, "Well, we're not going to do THAT again."
Thanks to Shell Oil, with a major assist from one of its distributors, Dutch Oil of Columbus, two area organizations devoted to helping men and women recover from drug/alcohol dependence will be getting a financial shot in the arm this month.
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