Somehow, Stuart Vance of Starkville knew that recording the history of aviation in the Golden Triangle was going to be his "thing."
Leland McCaslin has worn many titles in his lifetime. Son. Brother. Army brat. Soldier. Counterintelligence agent. Veteran. Now, the Lee High and Mississippi State University alumnus can add one more title to his dossier: Published author.
The Caledonia and New Hope precincts once again had a major impact on the Lowndes County elections.
A subset of Columbus High School parents have formed a Parent Action Committee in the hopes of effecting positive change within the city school district.
A Starkville city employee who was injured in a hunting accident is showing improvements today.
Two Columbus men have been arrested in connection with a Sunday morning shooting at a Starkville convenience store.
It's spring 2002, and Mississippi State University Student Association members Parker Wiseman and Jeremy Slocum have a few thousand dollars to plan the third annual Bulldog Bash.
The Lowndes County Sheriff's Office reports the following felony arrests:
The numbers show the Lowndes County voter turnout for Tuesday's election trumps the turnout in the August primaries along with the showing in the previous state and local election.
Some 4-County Electric Power Association members will be without power this afternoon.
Lowndes County is the state's sixth most valuable county and the second most valuable in terms of industrial property value.
The Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks is investigating a hunting accident involving two Starkville city employees.
Marvell Howard and Dennis Daniels were in double overtime. The trophy: District 3 supervisor.
Columbus Marriages and Divorces (November 2 - November 9)
Building permits Nov. 1 - Nov. 7
There were few surprises in Tuesday's general election, with all but one of Lowndes County's incumbent supervisors retaining their seats.
Mike Arledge will be the new Lowndes County sheriff. Unofficial numbers show Arledge, a Republican, defeated Democrat Anthony Nelson Tuesday to win the sheriff's race. Arledge earned 61.3 percent, with 10,546 votes, and Nelson earned 38.5 percent, with 6,623 votes.
1. Friend of missing New Hope man speaks out COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
2. Police searching for rape suspect COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
3. Harbor Freight looks to open in Columbus COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
5. Lowndes man loses appeal in federal drug case COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY