Lowndes County Board of Supervisors President Harry Sanders recalls a time when illegal dumps were as much a part of the rural landscape as fence posts and hay bales.
Authorities say what may be a human bone was discovered in Steens on Thursday.
Utility rates for Columbus residents are going up.
Col. John Nichols, Commander of the 14th Flying Training Wing of the Columbus Air Force Base, spoke to the Exchange Club Thursday about changing the perception of the base as a "bottom-tier" base, among other things.
People passing through Columbus looking for a place to stay have a wide range of choices.
The many volunteers who work week in and week out to ensure the hungry of Lowndes County receive basic sustenance remind the community that tickets are still available for the Loaves & Fishes Soup Kitchen's major annual fundraiser.
Renovations to the Trotter Convention Center in downtown Columbus are nearly complete, and the project is on pace to come in under budget.
Alabama Congresswoman Martha Roby got a first hand look Tuesday at the manufacturing process for Lakota helicopters meant to train Army aviators.
A Columbus woman is out on bond following a felony embezzlement arrest.
Columbus native McGinty Chilcutt is a third-year medical student at the University of Mississippi Medical Center whose immersion into the world of medicine goes hand in hand with his love of music.
Some things just can't be unseen. Police officer days are filled with such moments.
It's not like it used to be. Of that, Columbus Police Chief Tony Carleton is sure.
There is no sign to mark the entrance of Sandfield Cemetery. In fact, there isn't really an entrance.
A Friday morning fire destroyed family of four's home on Hughes Road.
Helping Hands has begun its ninth annual summer fan drive with assistance from United Way of Lowndes County.
Col. John Nichols, wing commander of the 14th Flying Training Wing at Columbus Air Force Base, salutes during a Memorial Day retreat ceremony Thursday at the base in remembrance of all military members who have fallen in the line of duty.
Some deals take months, even years, to put together.
The local Juneteenth celebration lives on.
Old homes in Mississippi are hardly rare.
On Wednesday, John Trahan and Laura Elsenboss stopped by Coffee House on 5th while on a two-year bike trip across the U.S.
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