The Lowndes County Board of Supervisors is expected to move forward in the next step of a wastewater study for the industrial park.
Tempers flared at the Columbus Municipal School District board meeting Friday when board member Jason Spears argued the CMSD administration was not being transparent in regard to budget concerns.
Clad only in a black tank top and underwear, 33-year-old Julie Davis walked across an East Columbus cotton field holding a piece of paper.
Scammers posing as representatives of the Internal Revenue Service are again targeting Oktibbeha County residents, and Sheriff Steve Gladney warns against giving away any sensitive information -- including bank account and social security numbers -- over the phone.
When Peggy Rogers left her home in Starkville to attend the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, it marked her fourth consecutive national convention.
In their struggle for the upper hand on national security, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are emphasizing strikingly different themes -- he as the bold and cunningly unpredictable strongman who will eliminate terrorism; she as the calm, conventional commander in chief who will manage all manner of crises.
For eight summer nights, there were two starkly different visions of America.
Donald Trump pulled off the upset -- at least in television popularity.
Dollar General has bought 41 former Wal-mart Express stores in 11 states for an undisclosed sum.
Thomas Edwin Blanton Jr. was a young Ku Klux Klansman with a reputation for hating blacks in 1963, when a bomb ripped a hole in the side of 16th Street Baptist Church, killing four black girls during the civil rights movement.
In a public meeting at the Bell Schoolhouse Fire Station just outside Starkville Thursday, Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley urged residents to reach out to representatives from Southern Cross Transmission if they have questions about the company's proposed wind energy transmission line.
Looking hopefully at the gray clouds in the sky over his cotton field, Dwight Colson said Wednesday that if it didn't rain over the field in the next two days or so, he would have to turn on his irrigation system to water the cotton he planted in the spring.
Columbus' Exchange Club distributed a total of $6,000 in grants Thursday at Lion Hills Center to 11 charitable organizations that aim to improve the lives of local children.
Representatives from Tabor Management, Remax Realty and the city of Starkville participate in a ground breaking ceremony for The 509, a mixed-use development located on University Drive next to City Bagel Cafe.
Four firms are likely to emerge as finalists to study OCH Regional Medical Center's finances and future outlook, but hospital Chief Executive Officer Richard Hilton said the shortlist should be narrowed to three because of a perceived conflict with one of the applicants.
Two would-be governors squared off at the Neshoba County Fair on Wednesday, presenting sharply different visions for what the Mississippi legislature should be doing.
Top Mississippi leaders redoubled their defense Thursday of the state's attempt to protect religious objections to same-sex couples, transgender people or anyone engaging in sex outside marriage.
A spokesman for Gov. Phil Bryant says Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will be back in Mississippi next month.
As most Democrats rally around Hillary Clinton, the lingering "Bernie or Bust" movement is stirring frustration at the party's convention among delegates of color, who say they're upset at the refusal of the Vermont senator's most fervent backers to fall in line.
1. Lowndes Narcotics Unit searching for 10 suspects COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
2. Area women shed negativity in compelling photo shoot COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
4. Consultant, administrator narrowing OCH study proposals STARKVILLE & OKTIBBEHA COUNTY
5. 'Bud and Burgers' event set for August COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY