The Clay County Board of Supervisors is trying to move forward with the West Clay Agricultural High School renovation project, but bids came in higher than expected Thursday and the board did not select a contractor.
Local schools are making a final push to help seniors who have failed one or more state tests stay on track to graduate in May.
A severe storm hammered the Golden Triangle Thursday and early Friday, dropping trees and power lines across north Mississippi.
A suspended Columbus Police Department officer qualified to run for sheriff Thursday.
The roomful of Caledonia High School juniors and seniors fell silent, as pictures flashed across the screen. A crumpled, upside-down car. A torn guard rail. A girl lying in a hospital bed, unconscious with numerous wound dressings. It was 2003, and Sarah Panzau was lucky to be alive.
The crowded field of qualifiers for the Lowndes County Sheriff's race has another name.
As turmoil in the Middle East continues, gas prices are increasing across the nation, and the Golden Triangle is no exception.
The oft-arrested Lavento Shamon Fox suffered minor injuries in a fistfight with a fellow inmate Tuesday evening in the Lowndes County jail.
Local law enforcement agencies reported the following felony arrests.
A Columbus chiropractor pled guilty Wednesday to falsifying the insurance claims of four patients to swindle Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Mississippi out of thousands of dollars.
Hunt Intermediate is the last of a dying breed of black neighborhood schools in Columbus, according to community members and alumni. And they are rallying around the school to preserve it.
Oktibbeha County Sheriff Dolph Bryan considers himself a car guy. So when the city of Starkville last year was approved for $106,800 in stimulus funds to convert vehicles to a new gasoline- and propane-based fuel system, the sheriff of 35 years admits he was curious to know more.
West Point High School Principal Alvin Taylor has been named superintendent of the Meridian Public Schools.
One city employee was fired and three others, including Public Works Director Mike Pratt and two police officers, were suspended Tuesday during a special meeting of the Columbus City Council.
State Sen. Terry Brown, R-Columbus, was elected secretary of the Mississippi Legislative Joint Committee on Performance Evaluation and Expenditure Review.
2. MSU apologizes for vulgar warmup shirts STARKVILLE & OKTIBBEHA COUNTY
3. Police arrest 2 for 'Spice' trafficking COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
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