Suspects rob adult store near base

Posted yesterday in Columbus & Lowndes County

Lowndes County Sheriff's Office is investigating a pair of armed robberies Saturday near Columbus Air Force Base.

Starkville church sues sanctuary contractor

Posted yesterday in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Second Baptist Church of Starkville is seeking damages against TCM Companies, LLC in a in a lawsuit filed against the contractor for failing to properly construct the church's new sanctuary.

Possumhaw: Living like pioneers

Posted yesterday in Local Columns

"I would like to do something this afternoon and it involves water." I suspected this would arouse Sam's interest.

Analysis: Road money session waits on lieutenant governor

Posted yesterday in State

A special session to seek more money for Mississippi's roads and bridges could be drawing near. But nothing is likely to happen without Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves' agreement, and many observers aren't sure what he wants.



Melissa and Brad Atkins, who began running for fun and exercise 14 years ago, founded the Possum Town Triathlon in 2012. This year's seventh renewal of the triathlon will be held Saturday at Columbus Lake.

For love of the run: Columbus couple host Possum Town Triathlon for competitive athletes, novice runners |

CMSD questions its portion of tax collection fee |

Maben man to serve 15 years in prison |

Oktibbeha County begins work on $2 million storm shelter |

Black soybean farmers claim they were sold faulty seeds |

Greenville delays vote on rules for to-go cups of alcohol |

CPD closes in on more Princess shooting suspects |

Local woman sues over tainted Goldfish crackers |

Supreme Court upholds Lowndes County as venue for Attorney General Jim Hood's Google lawsuit |

Second-generation commander: New Columbus Salvation Army leader follows in parents' footsteps |



Local law enforcement, U.S. Marshals complete crime round-up |

Illinois men charged with luring Mississippi teen from home |

Mississippi KFC incident with deaf woman leads to sensitivity training |

Mississippi pharmacist pleads guilty in $400M-plus fraud |

Columbus eyes retail development firm |

Call grows louder for legislative special session on internet sales tax |

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