DES MOINES, Iowa -- The University of Mississippi and University of Alabama track and field teams will kick off competition at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships today.
They tell the story of Columbus -- the sites, sounds and eats -- through magazines, newspaper and TV ads and good old-fashioned word of mouth.
AT&T is also launching a campaign to discourage customers who send text messages while driving through their new "It Can Wait" initiative.
With the symbolic snipping of a red ribbon, the new expansion of the terminal at the Golden Triangle Regional Airport is now open and ready for business.
Main Street Columbus has received an award from a national organization for its efforts in downtown beautification and building strategic partnerships.
The Columbus Police Department reported the following felony arrests.
Government and educational leaders from Columbus, Lowndes County and Starkville, as well as those honoring a local person who was a Negro League baseball standout, are taking a trip to Birmingham, Ala. today.
Plans to restore a longtime Columbus home may or may not continue following Friday morning’s fire that caused damage to the structure, according to one of the owners.
A town hall-style meeting about curbing underage drinking is scheduled Thursday at Franklin Academy Elementary Medical Sciences and Wellness Magnet School cafeteria.
Columbus extended a helping hand to tornado victims in Choctaw and Yazoo counties, areas which received significant damage from Saturday’s storm system that cut a wide swath of destruction through the state.
While Mississippi was ravaged by storms Saturday afternoon, the Golden Triangle was spared from the brunt of the damage.
Mother Nature put a damper on this year’s Relay for Life event, which was scheduled for Friday at the Magnolia Bowl, due to windy and rainy conditions during the late afternoon and evening hours.
From comforting patients and lending a listening ear to helping visitors find gifts, Baptist Memorial Hospital–Golden Triangle’s more than 90 volunteers touch lives every day.
Approval of officers and discussion of putting together a Web page were among a few items discussed at Wednesday’s meeting of the Golden Triangle Crime Stoppers.
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