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Sales tax collections mixed in area

Posted 7/14/2017 in Area

The Golden Triangle's three primary cities posted a mixed bag for sales tax results in May.

West Point CAO in limbo after board fails to reappoint him

Posted 7/13/2017 in Area

The future of West Point's chief administrative officer is unclear after an attempt to reappoint him died at the table Tuesday evening.


West Point man may have died from medical conditions

Posted 7/12/2017 in Area

A preliminary report from the State Medical Examiner's Office suggests a man who died after an alleged altercation in West Point over the weekend may have died from a preexisting medical condition.


West Point police chief retires

Posted 7/12/2017 in Area

West Point Police Chief Tim Brinkley's service with the department has come to an end, after selectmen unanimously accepted his resignation Tuesday during the first meeting of the new board term.

Police investigating suspicious West Point death

Posted 7/11/2017 in Area

Officers with the West Point Police Department are investigating the death of Clay County man, according to a department press release.

Back to basics: Area growers face increasing demand for locally sourced foods

Posted 7/8/2017 in Area

They are unlikely pioneers on an unusual journey: a lawyer, a retired church administrator, a stay-at-home mom, a landscape architect and a classically trained chef.

Bottle rockets set fire to railroad trestle over Tombigbee

Posted 7/6/2017 in Area

A bottle rocket, apparently left over night, caused a fire Wednesday afternoon on the trestles of the railroad in the middle of Old River Bridge over the Tombigbee River.

EMCC borrows $13M on behalf of counties without final approval

Posted 7/6/2017 in Area

East Mississippi Community College may have issued bonds for local funding for the Communiversity without the proper authorization resolutions in place.

MHP responds to 100 DUIs, 3 fatal wrecks over holiday

Posted 7/5/2017 in Area

The Fourth of July holiday was a busy one for Mississippi Highway Patrol units, with 100 DUI arrests and 183 traffic accidents, including fatal crashes in Monroe, Grenada and Yazoo counties, according to MHP data.

'Check to Protect' urges drivers to check for recalls

Posted 7/3/2017 in Area

A recently launched website is encouraging drivers to check for open recalls on their vehicles.

Law expands Narcan use to all first responders

Posted 7/3/2017 in Area

Glen Herron and Ron Nivens have saved lives with Narcan.


Area police investigate burglaries at Verizon stores

Posted 7/3/2017 in Area

Authorities are investigating two burglaries at Verizon Wireless stores in the Golden Triangle.


Supreme Court gives Edmonds new trial

Posted 6/30/2017 in Area

A man wrongfully convicted for his brother-in-law's murder 14 years ago may still be legally entitled to compensation from the state for time he spent in prison.


Alabama and Mississippi drought-free for first time since 2016

Posted 6/30/2017 in Area

Alabama and Mississippi are completely free from drought for the first time in more than a year.


LINK exploring split issue for Communiversity funding

Posted 6/28/2017 in Area

If everything works out as planned, Lowndes County may be able to issues its funding for the Communiversity on a 10-year term, rather than for 20 years.

Unemployment continues to drop in Golden Triangle

Posted 6/22/2017 in Area

School is out ... and it shows.

Rep. Kelly confirms he was first target of Virginia shooter

Posted 6/15/2017 in Area

Mississippi Rep. Trent Kelly was the first intended victim of Wednesday's mass shooting at an Alexandria, Virginia, baseball park, where members of Congress were practicing for a charity baseball game.

Noxubee rife with unverified convict sightings

Posted 6/15/2017 in Area

Authorities have so far been unable to verify numerous reports in Noxubee County that two escaped convicts from Georgia have been spotted in the Macon area.

Report: State still lags behind in child well-being

Posted 6/14/2017 in Area

Lakesha Richardson said the fire that destroyed her home in April was a mixed blessing.

Local summer meal programs see rising participation

Posted 6/9/2017 in Area

The Columbus Municipal and Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated school districts expect to serve a combined total of more than 55,000 meals this summer to children in need.


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