The New Year has not yet arrived, although we can see it poking its head up just beyond the horizon.
Tomorrow will be the last day of 2014. How you view the year depends largely on what happened on a personal level.
How the mighty have fallen. Consider the inglorious fate of the poor Christmas Tree.
Christmas is near at hand. We know this not by a simple glance at the calendar, of course.
Greg Lewis' decision to step down from his position at the Columbus Municipal School District Board of Trustees did not come without careful deliberation.
By fits and starts, the city of Starkville is proceeding with its plans to purchase the Cadence Bank Building.
The Columbus City council voted to maintain its 14-year-old moratorium on new billboards in the city limits after discussing the issue for the past two months.
As of today, there are nine shopping days remaining before Christmas.
With little fanfare, the Mississippi Department of Education has revealed its plans to open a new kind of high school next fall.
The continuing saga of the Columbus Municipal School District's textbook fiasco has raised unsettling questions.
Normally, Sundays in the fall are devoted to professional football, and while the NFL featured its usual fare of match-ups, football fans in the Golden Triangle were likely to have focused their attention elsewhere.
Mississippians are generous by nature -- each year, the state ranks among the most generous in the country -- and we tend to be even more so during the holidays.
There is an old German proverb that goes "true charity sees the need not the cause."
During his speech at Tuesday's Columbus Rotary Club meeting, Golden Triangle Development LINK CEO Joe Max Higgins said he hopes to have every high-school junior in the Golden Triangle take the WorkKeys test.
In his role as Consul General for Japan, Motohiko Kato is responsible for representing his county's interests in five Southern states -- Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi.
Cold weather, at least what Mississippians consider to be cold weather, arrived overnight and is expected to stay with us for awhile.
Five months to the day after he took over as chief of the Columbus Police Department, Tony Carleton spoke to the Columbus Rotary Club, delivering a message the audience could not have anticipated.
In the United States, we observe two holidays to honor those who have served our nation through military service.
There are many things that make Columbus unique among Mississippi cities.
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