A group of fifth grade students across the 4-County Electric Power Association service area learned how properly selected and planted trees conserve energy by participating in the cooperative’s first annual Arbor Day Poster Contest.
The smart kids were out to get paid Friday at East Mississippi Community College’s fourth annual Scholar’s Olympiad.
The appeal case of four Columbus police officers who lost a month’s salary after a May 5 incident at the Vicksburg National Military Park is scheduled to be heard during the February term of Lowndes County Circuit Court.
Chris Watson and other representatives of Oxford-based Bridge and Watson this week spoke to city department heads to gather data for a continuing annexation study.
Opinions about the future of Mississippi University for Women are as diverse as the many groups who hold a stake in the college’s success. But a couple truths are universally accepted: MUW is facing serious challenges and nobody knows how to meet them.
Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour has cut another $21 million from what started as a nearly $6 billion budget.
WEST POINT — If one word can be used to describe Roger and Lisa Rhea’s marriage, along with the operation of Red Oak Farm and the couple’s effort to construct wooden structures, ‘togetherness’ would be a solid choice.
Columbus police got an early start Thursday morning and continued through the day as they served warrants and arrested individuals who have not taken advantage of the new court amnesty program.
Acquiring new members and planning new projects was the focus of a Thursday meeting of an organization designed to curb underage drinking in Lowndes County.
As the managing editor of The Daily Times Leader, West Point native Brandon Walker has promised to make the newspaper a product the city can be proud of.
A celebration of the Mississippi State University baseball program kicks off in Starkville this afternoon with the fourth annual Dudy Gras Parade.
The Columbus Police Department fielded 173 calls in January, as the department put emphasis on disturbance and stolen-property calls, officials said.
Come April 1, inmates of the state of Mississippi will no longer be housed in the Lowndes County Adult Detention Center as part of a cost-cutting measure by the Mississippi Legislature.
1. Four arrested for hotel robbery STARKVILLE & OKTIBBEHA COUNTY
3. City contractor appointed to CLW board COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
4. Teen arrested for holding two people at gunpoint STARKVILLE & OKTIBBEHA COUNTY
5. CRA confident Lee property will be developed COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY