Starkville leaders took the next necessary step Tuesday toward loosening the city's ordinance restrictions on alcohol sales.
Every time you flip on a light switch, you are literally unleashing evidence the idea of American exceptionalism, at least in its traditionally accepted form, is false.
Where do "isms" come from?
You know, the nasty ones: racism, sexism, ageism, etc.
Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science could be only a year away from drastically shrinking its operations, according to the school's executive director Germain McConnell.
There's nothing wrong with being a Christian. In fact, I highly recommend it.
There's also nothing wrong with people allowing their faith to inform their decision-making, in any sphere.
A long unused Kindle Fire lay gathering dust on an end table in our living room. Across the room, a gaming system sat similarly idle - its once enthusiasm-fueled glow lost to homework, youth sports, piano lessons and other fixtures of our family's weekly grind.
Sara Deloach. Patricia Brooks. Judy Lewis.
Candidates who have run for office in Columbus and Lowndes County over the past 40-plus years likely know at least one, if not all, of these women and might have even used their services.
Attorney General Jim Hood forgot to take his blood pressure medicine Monday before taking to the podium to speak at Starkville Country Club.
A Columbus councilman is standing by his decision to mail out campaign material that openly invokes race as an issue for this year's municipal elections.
Davius Smith feared for his life the day he shot his father to death in the family's home.
Fresh off a CT scan at the hospital in Starkville on Wednesday, the radiology technician escorted me back to the x-ray waiting area.
Lining the halls of Starkville High School, names emblazon yellow-and-black-painted cinder blocks above the classroom doors.
Caledonia Elementary Principal Roger Hill saw his school lose something during the 2015-16 school year. Next week, his students have a chance to earn it back -- a fact he hasn't let them forget.
Only one man has taken Mississippi State teams to two Final Fours, eight College World Series appearances and every bowl game the Bulldogs have played since 1983.
One streak fell on Friday. Another extended on Sunday.
On the concourse of the American Airlines Center just before midnight Friday, hundreds of Mississippi State fans leaving from their team's Final Four match-up were loudly chanting "Maroon!" A near equal number of others quickly chanted back "White!"
This wasn't last time.
It took less than a minute for everyone, most notably the Connecticut Huskies, to figure that out.
Anything is possible.
Growing up in a small town in Arkansas, one far too small for even a Walmart to sniff its borders, the idea of seeing a college basketball game in person was a pipe dream.
Emmett Smitherman is a third-generation resident of his home on South Jackson Street, right next door to Overstreet Elementary School where local public school fifth graders attend.
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