A Columbus Municipal Judge took to her Facebook page to portray a member of the Columbus Municipal School District Board of Trustees as an Uncle Tom. Screen shots from Judge Nicole Clinkscales' Facebook page reveal comments suggesting that Columbus Municipal School Board member Aubra Turner was guilty of "tom" foolery.
State senator Terry Brown begins his second round of chemotherapy today and will head to Jackson next week to fulfill his legislative duties.
By day, Jimmie Nance is typically busy shifting gears on an excavator, demolishing dilapidated houses. On Thursday in the Northaven Woods community, Nance was lowering the boom and opening the thumb and bucket on the large apparatus to uproot a small, stubborn tree.
A federal judge Monday blocked Gov. Phil Bryant from compelling Mississippi's largest health insurer to resume paying its in-network rate to a chain of 10 hospitals. U.S. District Judge Henry T. Wingate read a temporary restraining order from the bench saying Bryant didn't provide enough proof to justify an executive order he issued last week.
The Starkville Academy Board of Directors will soon begin discussing two upcoming vacancies after Head of School John "Doc" Stephens and Elementary Principal Cherie Maynard announced their intentions to resign at the end of the academic year for family reasons.
Three people charged with a July capital murder in Starkville were bound over last week to the county court system, Starkville Municipal Court Administrator Tony Rook confirmed Monday.
For more than 25 years, Sandra Camp has been giving breast cancer survivors a new lease on life. Camp fits women with "breast forms," bras that are worn by women who have undergone mastectomies. It's a venture her mother started in the 1970s at The Uniform Center in Columbus, the family-owned business.
Mitchell Brown makes sure Columbus residents have clean water to drink. He does this by overseeing the city's two water treatment and distribution plants and the equipment that processes raw water from 1,000 feet underground into something fit for consumption.
As the start of the state's next legislative session approaches, consolidation committee members say two key November dates will help give clarity to the group's almost yearlong efforts.
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