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Thousands of Mississippi State fans poured into Davis Wade Stadium on Saturday, countless hundreds of them -- from old folks to co-eds to little kids -- wearing Dak Prescott No. 15 jersey for what was supposed to be a triumphant curtain call for their beloved quarterback.
Today is Thanksgiving and among older celebrants, it is as much a time for reflection on Thanksgivings past as it is for the holiday we observe today.
The U.S. appears to be winning the war on homelessness.
The airline industry has gone through a major transformation over the past three decades, a change that is likely to mean modest, slow growth for the Golden Triangle Regional Airport.
Each year, sometimes more often than that, Joe Max Higgins addresses the Columbus Rotary Club to provide updates on economic development in the Golden Triangle.
Sometimes events happen that are so horrific, so shocking that we find it difficult to process. The Paris terrorist attacks, which left 129 dead, many more injured, and the rest of the world unnerved, is the most recent example.
The most celebrated high school basketball player in Mississippi history became the most scrutinized college player in state history at approximately 7:15 p.m. Monday.
The Lowndes County Board of Supervisors spent most of Friday's board meeting hearing complaints about two previous actions, including a gun rights advocate and a business owner appealing a ruling relating to the county's nightclub ordinance.
STARKVILLE -- Midway through the first half of the Mississippi State men's basketball team's season opener Friday, the crowd of 9,931 at Humphrey Coliseum had settled into a restless quiet as Eastern Washington was doing layup drills.
The biggest cheer came during a timeout when the scoreboard heralded the Bulldogs' just-completed recruiting class for 2016, rated fifth best in the country.
Strange as it may seem, Alabama's 31-6 win over Mississippi State was more a matter of inches and split seconds than the kind of domination the score suggests.
When Trent Kelly arrived in Washington, D.C., to take his seat as Mississippi District 1 representative in the House, he didn't get the committee assignment he most covets.
This week a college football team made history by threatening not to play a game.
Fifty-two years ago, a college basketball team made history by playing one.
When Mississippi Public Television's "Mississippi Roads" chose a theme of historic cemeteries for its weekly travel series, a visit to Columbus was an obvious choice.
Ole Miss football coach Hugh Freeze walked ashen-faced and slump-shouldered into the auditorium for his post-game news conference and promptly announced he was converting to Islam.
CalStar, an eco-friendly brick/masonry manufacturer, ended production at its Lowndes County facility on Oct. 2.
For many in the Golden Triangle, all that is known of PACCAR is the massive facility that commands the landscape along Highway 82 between Columbus and Starkville.
The Lowndes County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to comply with a court order from the district's three chancery court judges to ban firearms from courthouse grounds when court is in session.
What a difference four years makes, especially when it comes to campaign spending.
Charles Perkins is not the squeamish type.
Tuesday, Mississippians will go to the polls to determine the outcome of numerous local and state elections, including who will be our governor.
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