Photos: Art in the Park

Posted earlier today in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Volunteers Tiffany Gladney, left, and Myles Spillers show a selection of free books to 2-year-old Jay Zachary, the son of Jessica Flowers, at the annual Art in the Park event Saturday in Starkville.

Analysis: Lawsuit lingers long after bitter 2014 Senate race

Posted earlier today in State

Six years after a contentious U.S. Senate race that divided Mississippi Republicans and more than a year after the death of the incumbent who won, a civil lawsuit connected to the case is still winding through the courts.




University of Southern Mississippi creates free COVID course

Bobby Watkins expects to have his 100 acres of pine cleared in a few weeks. Although the final harvest will produce only about a quarter of the revenue projected when he planted the trees 32 years ago, he said he doesnt regret his decision.

'Legacy' of pine plantations falls short of projections

LCSD lets students switch from virtual to in-person learning mid-semester

Blackjack, Poor House roads receive state funding for construction

Police seek suspects in drug store burglaries

Art Council goes 'outside the walls' during pandemic

Oktibbeha first responders team up for dog rescue

Work on Wolfe Road bridge expected to finish by end of year

New pumpkin patch prepares to open in Caledonia

Business Moves with Mary: Former Fred's, Ryan's buildings in Columbus under contract



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Macon municipal clerk charged with embezzlement

Arrest report for 9-24-20

Mississippi gov: Don't let politics hinder virus vaccination

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