Four Lowndes County E-911 dispatchers have an ultimatum to sign a memorandum, acknowledging they will not skip out on work, or face termination.
A 30-acre plot of land that was once home to the Ceco Metal Building Systems plant on Highway 45 has a new owner.
Supervisors unanimously voted to name Roger Short the county's interim recreation manager Friday.
The vote follows the board tabling the matter on Monday, because the county had not created a job description for the position.
Cheyanne Allred was shocked to hear her name called.
Candidates at the third and final Starkville-Oktibbeha Voter Education Initiative forum agreed members of the next board of aldermen will face a multitude of challenges for a city in the midst of rapid change.
Columbus City Council eased a trio of restrictions on two local businesses and the Columbus Fairgrounds during Tuesday's regular meeting.
Columbus took a sharp hit to sales tax revenue received from the Mississippi Department of revenue this month, but it may be a return to normal, rather than a cause for alarm.
The Lowndes County Board of Supervisors has launched an investigation into why several E-911 workers all called in sick last week.
A new facility at the Steel Dynamics, Inc. campus will be an expansion of New Process Steel, Board of Supervisors President Harry Sanders confirmed during Monday's board meeting.
With five new hotels in two cities and two more expected to come to Columbus, the past decade has been one of growth for the hospitality industry in the Golden Triangle.
A La Quinta hotel is planned for the old Ramada building at the corner of Hwy. 45 and Hwy. 82 in Columbus.
The Lowndes County Democratic Executive Committee will host a forum for Democratic municipal election candidates this evening.
After six years as a privately-held company, Cadence is again publicly traded, going live on the New York Stock Exchange Thursday.
For Berry Hinds, one of the best things about being a part of the Volunteer Impact Partners program is knowing he's making a difference in young students' lives.
U.S. Rep Bennie Thompson (D-Mississippi) unleashed a sharp critique of President Donald Trump's policies and administration during an address to the Mississippi Association of Supervisors' Minority Caucus on Wednesday morning at the Trotter Convention Center.
The former Caledonia High School band director accused of sexual misconduct with students turned himself in to authorities Monday morning, according to Lowndes County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Marc Miley.
A projected loss in Mississippi Adequate Education Program (MAEP) funding may force Columbus Municipal School District to look at "drastic" cuts for the next fiscal year, according to district business manager Tammie Holmes.
A former Caledonia High School band director accused of sexual misconduct with students is expected to turn himself in to authorities soon.
At least three Columbus councilmen are warming to the idea of hiring two more full-time forensic scientists for Columbus Police Department's crime lab.
Everything in the Columbus crime lab starts with evidence collection.
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