While the most severe weather conditions related to the winter storm passing through the state tonight and early Tuesday should stay well north of the Golden Triangle, the storm could still create some hazardous conditions here, said a forecaster with the National Weather Service in Jackson.
In its first meeting of the year Friday, the Lowndes County School District Board of Trustees appointed new officers, honored its top teachers and administrators, dropped ticket prices for all sports but football and accepted a bid for copy printing services that it expects to save the district between $20,000 and $32,000 per month.
Virtual reality training is hardly a new concept in the U.S. Air Force.
The first results of the new tax law passed by Congress in December may show up in an unexpected place: monthly gas bills.
The Frank P. Phillips YMCA announced Tuesday it has agreed to sell Camp Henry Pratt to a local businessman who owns property adjacent to the 70-acre site in south Lowndes County.
A Columbus legislator has filed a bill that would designate separate days to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. and Confederate General Robert E. Lee.
Airbus Helicopters took the first step Thursday is securing a new contract for UH-72 Lakota light utility helicopters that may ensure the viability of the Lowndes County facility that assembles the aircraft.
This year's flu season has been a bad one. Mississippi is one of 37 states where the flu is considered "widespread" by the Center for Disease Control and is the worst flu season in the state for at least five years, according to the Mississippi Department of Health.
Not everyone in Caledonia has had the flu this winter. It just seems like it.
Aurora Flight Sciences has been awarded a $48 million contract from the U.S. Air Force to further developing its record-setting Orion unmanned aircraft, company officials confirmed Thursday.
The Lowndes County Board of Supervisors met for the second time in five days Tuesday, which made its first meeting of 2018 a brief gathering.
From an 8-year-old child whose optimism never dimmed in the face of a rare, often painful, disease to an 102-year-old World War II veteran and beloved professor, 2017 was a year where we said goodbye to heroes...
On the morning of Aug. 27, 2013, one thought dominated the mind of Lowndes County School District Superintendent Lynn Wright.
For economists, 4 percent is considered full employment.
With a light agenda for its final meeting of 2017 on Thursday, the Lowndes County Board of Supervisors looked ahead, not to the new year but to today.
This weekend, we say goodbye to 2017, a significant year in Mississippi since this was the year we observed our state's bi-centennial.
For most people, the arrival of Christmas means the end of the season of giving.
Kimberly Clemons and David Hodges have one thing in common. Well, two actually.
First, both are addicts in recovery.
Second, for both Clemons, a 30-year-of single mom of three girls, and Hodges, a 40-year old who has spent half his life battling addiction, this Christmas will be like no other.
The 2-percent restaurant tax collected in Lowndes County may change next year, following the Columbus City Council's passing of an entirely new tax which would collect revenue only from city restaurants.
In many divorces, one of the most difficult questions that emerge is, "What about the children?"
Over the past week, our worst fears have been realized: The City of Columbus and Lowndes County are parting company on the grounds of irreconcilable differences.
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