Two people were taken to Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle after a house they were working on collapsed Friday morning.
After 25 years, changes are coming to the J.L. King Center as funding from Emerson's Family Centered Programs has run out.
The organization has been around for only a month, but its name is already something of a misnomer. On Friday, 100 Women Who Care Columbus closed nominations for charities and organizations for its initial cash award, having raised $100 donations each from 128 Lowndes County women.
Working on the column about my father's World War II experience last week, I came across a newspaper clipping that reminded me of one of the stories he had told me about Stalag Luft IV, the POW camp he was in.
At age 17, Josh Phillips of Oktibbeha County had never played organized baseball. Never stood on a pitcher's mound, staring down home plate. Never worried about a two-knuckle grip or the mechanics of a curveball.
1. Unlicensed workers injured when house collapses COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
3. Emerson withdrawing from J.L. King Center STARKVILLE & OKTIBBEHA COUNTY
4. Starkville's Leslie Fye named Mississippi Parent of the Year STARKVILLE & OKTIBBEHA COUNTY
5. Airport board: Columbus-Lowndes airport improving under new operator COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY