Civil service commission upholds Adams' termination

Posted yesterday in Columbus & Lowndes County

The Columbus Civil Service Commission voted unanimously on Wednesday to uphold the termination of a former Columbus Police Department investigator who drove to Moorhead in a city vehicle while on duty to apply for a job.

Fire station construction to resume within 2 weeks

Posted yesterday in Columbus & Lowndes County

After months of inactivity, construction will resume on the new Fire Station 4 on Airline Road with the goal of completing the station by the end of the year.

Auditor: Starkville has clean FY 18 audit

Posted yesterday in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

The city of Starkville has posted clean results for its Fiscal Year 2018 audit, according to a Watkins, Ward and Stafford auditor.

Business Moves with Mary: Two new restaurants open in Starkville

Posted yesterday in Business

Starkville is gearing up for its grand opening of Chicken Salad Chick, 602 Hwy 12 E., on Tuesday.



Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science students and Boys and Girls Club members gather for the Zombie Walk, an anti-smoking event, at the Boys and Girls Club in Columbus Wednesday afternoon. Students held signs and chanted

Photo: Kick Butts Event |

Business brief: Frazure elected |

Building permits for 3-21-19 |

Mississippi Senate OKs ban on abortion after fetal heartbeat |

South Carolina firm plans $2M Mississippi branch, hiring 20 |

Forecasters: 'Potentially historic' flooding threatens South |

Mississippi lawmakers pass bill requiring school shooter drills |

Research on emergency medical internet set for Mississippi |

Area Catholics react to diocese list of clergy accused of sexual abuse |

Man tells his story of abuse by a priest who served in the Columbus area |



Clay inmate charged with killing fellow inmate |

One inmate charged with killing another in Clay County Jail |

Photo: MSU watch party |

Retail Coach to update council on progress |

Oktibbeha County Humane Society receives $150K grant |

Suspect nabbed for harassing phone calls to business |

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Diamond Dawgs rally for 20th win at Samford |

Paul Bowker

MSU women and men play on same night, separated by 2,206 miles |

The W slams Stillman College, 26-6 |

Alabama falls short by a point in OT |

Itawamba sweeps Lions in doubleheader |

Starkville falls to Madison Central in Region 3-6A battle |

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Our View: City must act now to put out its financial fire |

Leonard Pitts: The road goes where the road goes |

Froma Harrop: Are the racists on viral videos mentally ill? |

Editorial cartoon for 3-21-19 |

Our View: Priest list is a first step, but legal action is needed |

Voice of the people: Glenn Lautzenhiser |

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Licensed amateur radio operator Allen McBroom demonstrates his home-based radio station west of Starkville. He is one of nearly 20 members of the Magnolia Amateur Radio Club and has logged contacts with operators in more than 60 countries and all seven continents.

A vast, unseen world: Amateur radio operators use old, new technology to communicate globally |

West Point Arts Council's 'Hee Haw' revisits the 'kornfield' |

Area filmmaker begins next feature film with MAC assist |

Archaeologist to visit MSU, linking humanities' past to future |

Music, fashion, fun await Ragtime and Jazz Festival, Gatsby Gala |

MUW Alumni Association announces upcoming awards recipients |

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Supreme Court troubled by jury selection bias in Mississippi |

AP-NORC Poll: Most at least partly confident in Russia probe |

Trump says public should see 'ridiculous' Mueller report |

Federal Reserve foresees no interest rate hikes in 2019 |

Alabama editor promoting KKK revival says he's selling paper |

After mosque attacks, New Zealand bans 'military-style' guns |

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