1996 results   « previous   Page 4 of 100   next »

Indictments served in West Point Huddle House assault

Posted 4/16/2015 in Area

A Clay County grand jury has indicted two men for their alleged roles in an August assault that attracted national media intention for its racial undertones.

Third student from bus wreck released from hospital

Posted 4/16/2015 in Area

A third student injured in a bus accident on Friday has been released from the hospital, according to a Pickens County Schools press release.

West Point approves TIF for new golf course

Posted 4/15/2015 in Area

The West Point Board of Selectmen agreed Tuesday to contribute to the construction of Clay County's latest attraction.

Arrest report: 4-15-15

Posted 4/15/2015 in Area

Columbus up, Starkville down in Policom rankings

Posted 4/14/2015 in Area

The Golden Triangle possesses the city with the strongest micropolitan economy in Mississippi and one of the strongest in the U.S., according to a recently published study.

Pickens Co. copes with bus driver death

Posted 4/14/2015 in Area

A school district is working to move on after losing a long-term employee in a bus accident that left several students injured.

New West Point golf course underway

Posted 4/13/2015 in Area

Two West Point brand names are teaming together to build a new attraction in sleepy Clay County.

Tax incentive program could impact Golden Triangle

Posted 4/11/2015 in Area

A key state tax credit for preserving historic properties is reaching its cap, leaving some Mississippi developers with tough decisions about their projects.


Pickens Co. school bus driver dies after crash

Posted 4/11/2015 in Area

The driver of a Pickens County school bus that crashed into a SUV Friday has died.



'Spice' overdoses on the rise

Posted 4/10/2015 in Area

Mississippi hospitals are reporting a surge of synthetic marijuana-related cases this week, including some in the Golden Triangle.



Former Lowndes Co. business prospect moving ahead in La.

Posted 4/8/2015 in Area

Rapides Parish officials want to do their part to facilitate location of the American Specialty Alloys plant to a site near Pineville.


Yokohama making an impact in West Point

Posted 4/4/2015 in Area

Cruising the fresh pavement on the newly opened Yokohama Boulevard, it can be easy to forget you are passing country homes that enjoyed solitude for so long.

Golden Triangle's next generation: She plans to leave, but success began here

Posted 4/3/2015 in Area

Everything about her says class and grace. Pageant interviews have shaped 18-year-old Columbus High School homecoming queen Mallory Marcetter Byrd into the person she is today.

Golden Triangle's next generation: For local Realtor, 'the sky is the limit' in Columbus

Posted 4/2/2015 in Area

Many young adults are more attracted to cities with lots of people their age. Not Arrington Rhett.

Slimantics: Harrell leaves a legacy of love and laughter

Posted 4/1/2015 in Area

Less than 24 hours after Robert Harrell's unexpected death, his family has gathered Tuesday in the home where he raised his seven children next to Old Waverly Golf Club.


Strip club sues county over lost profits

Posted 4/1/2015 in Area

The company that owns The Pony nightclub is suing Lowndes County in federal court.


Golden Triangle's next generation: Clemons pushed through challenges, but hopes to leave

Posted 4/1/2015 in Area

Moeshia Clemons is living the high school dream: she's a three-sport athlete, is well liked by her classmates, has excellent grades and is on track to graduate this spring.

Golden Triangle's next generation: A poet that has faith in his hometown

Posted 3/31/2015 in Area

Not everyone has the courage to pack up and travel the country at age 18, but Marquet McBride did.

Mechanic sentiment differs on inspection stickers

Posted 3/30/2015 in Area

A bill awaiting Gov. Phil Bryant's signature would make inspection stickers a thing of the past in Mississippi on July 1. The governor is expected to sign the bill as soon as today.

Golden Triangle's next generation: Lowndes Co. native has no plans to leave home

Posted 3/30/2015 in Area

In the darkest of nights, when thunder is rumbling, rain is pouring and wind whistles through the trees, most Columbus residents rest peacefully. Meanwhile, 27-year-old Lance Hall is climbing utility poles to restore electricity to his community.


« previous   Page 4 of 100   next »


Advanced Search




Follow Us:

Follow Us on Facebook

Follow Us on Twitter

Follow Us via Email