Kelvin Burdine may be the new town marshal in Caledonia, but that doesn't mean he's exactly a stranger.
A group of about 150 parents and students gathered Thursday evening at Columbus Middle School to listen to school and city officials share information on a topic important to every parent in the district: school safety.
During Monday's visit to the Starkville Rotary Club, Mississippi State University President Mark Keenum drew a distinct line connecting the problems most affecting the state and higher education's role in addressing them.
During his speech Monday at the Starkville Rotary Club, Mississippi State University President Mark Keenum posed a few questions to his audience.
Delta Air Lines will add a fourth round-trip flight out of the Golden Triangle Regional Airport, a move that bucks recent trends and reflects the growth of the area's industries, said GTRA Executive Director Mike Hainsey.
Will Clark and Rafael Palmeiro, also known as "Thunder and Lightning," have been larger-than-life figures among Mississippi State baseball fans since their memorable playing days for the Bulldogs in the 1980s.
Over the decades, the baseball facility at Mississippi State has acquired more names than a serial bride -- official names such as Dudy Noble Field and Polk-Dement Stadium, but also more colloquial names like "The Carnegie Hall of College Baseball" or the more familiar and certainly less pretentious, "The Dude."
At sunrise Tuesday, it was 32 degrees or, as Mississippi University for Women softball coach John Newman calls it, "softball weather."
Local legislators expressed disappointment Friday with two bills in the Mississippi Legislature affecting education, one of which aims to increase salaries for public school teachers and the other which -- had it not died in committee -- would have raised the pay for school board members.
Marc Harris grew up in upstate New York and although he didn't attend Woodstock, he remains fascinated by the event, which proved to be an iconic moment at the end of a turbulent decade.
Authorities at a probable cause hearing for a Starkville man arrested for conspiracy to commit murder said the suspect attempted to pay multiple people $5,000 to kill the victim of a Friday night homicide.
Ann Wozniak works 20 to 25 hours a week at Kroger in Columbus.
You are as likely to hear she is at work as see she is at work.
The chorus of "Hey, Miss Ann!" echoes through the busy grocery store as customers encounter the store's official greeter and unofficial goodwill ambassador and employee mentor.
The program for Friday's Columbus Air Force Base 2018 Awards Ceremony featured a two-page bio of the event's guest speaker, retired Chief Master Sgt. Thomas Pelfrey. The bio included highlights of his 30-year career in the Air Force.
It also included a color-coded chart explaining the various run-way control signals, which seemed an odd thing to include in a bio.
Legislation for local projects survived a critical Tuesday deadline in the Mississippi Legislature for moving general bills from committee to the full House and Senate.
It's only been a year, but Adeline Rollins is almost twice the girl she used to be.
"She's up to 33 pounds now," said Adeline's mom, Margaret Rollins. "She's at about the average weight for a 2-year-old."
Like a bracing splash of water to your face that awakens your senses, the Smithsonian Water/Ways exhibit greets you as soon as you step through the door at the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Transportation Museum.
Columbus attorney Corky Smith has filed a lawsuit on behalf of the town of Caledonia against more than 20 opioid manufacturers and distributors seeking a yet to be specified amount in damages.
When the Mississippi Legislature took up a bill that would allow the state's electric cooperatives to provide broadband service to its customers, the term "high speed" was the operative word -- in more ways than one.
Imagine going on an adventure that would take you to one of the world's greatest, most diverse natural wonders of the world, brimming with an exotic array of plant and animal life, a remarkable ecosystem where 40 percent of America's songbirds and 60 percent of North America's migratory birds pass through, a place where white-tail deer and black bears still make their homes, a dynamic landscape that few people seem to know about.
For 55 years now, the T-38 jet trainer has been a familiar sight in the skies over Columbus.
Used as the primary aircraft for training U.S. Air Force fighter and bomber pilots, there have been untold thousands of T-38 takeoffs and landings at Columbus Air Force Base, which currently has 91 of the T-38s at its disposal.
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