Mississippi State University graduates heard from a fellow Bulldog who returned to his alma mater to share lessons learned from his own path to success.
Teen-aged girls can be persistent. Sometimes, fathers can be, too.
Approximately 69 Columbus third graders are facing the possibility of being held back after the state Department of Education released the passing requirements for the first statewide reading test Friday.
Gov. Phil Bryant couldn't have asked for a better Friday.
Dr. Doris Taylor told Mississippi University for Women graduates Saturday learning should not stop once they complete their degrees.
This weekend, children all over the country will celebrate their mothers by sending her a card, making her a gift or just spending extra time with her.
A huge nationwide spike in hospitalizations last month caused by a class of drugs often called "synthetic marijuana" illustrates the potency and dangers of the chemicals used to make them and the shifty tactics authorities believe manufacturers are using to evade regulation.
The Federal Aviation Administration announced Friday that Mississippi State University will lead a team of 13 universities in running a new national center to research unmanned aerial vehicles.
Golden Triangle circuit clerks' offices will remain open until noon Saturday to accommodate absentee voters for Tuesday's special U.S. House of Representatives election.
State Rep. Esther Harrison's re-election campaign actually began when she qualified in January, but she held a kickoff event Thursday in the Lowndes County Courthouse to officially hit the ground running on the homefront.
ACR Coach owners have offered apologies and more to New Hope High School baseball players and parents following a Tuesday night hitch in bus service.
Around 300 students will march onstage at Rent Auditorium on Saturday to receive their diplomas at the commencement ceremony at Mississippi University for Women.
A Columbus man has been named to the Mississippi Professional Educators Board of Directors.
The grand opening for the Hitching Lot Farmers' Market is Saturday.
An Elvis impersonator and singer in Mississippi is suing the federal government for wrongful arrest after he was charged and later cleared of sending poisoned letters to President Barack Obama.
The Starkville Police Department charged a local woman with arson after she allegedly set an automobile on fire Thursday.
After Elvis Summers built a tiny house on wheels for a woman who had been sleeping on the streets, he launched a crowdfunding campaign to construct similar shelters for other homeless people in his South Los Angeles neighborhood.
Trooper John Mark Dickerson receives the Mississippi Highway Patrol Troop G 'Trooper of the Year' award from Columbus Exchange Club president Elizabeth Johnson at Lion Hills on Thursday.
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