The trial for Columbus Police Department Assistant Chief Joe Johnson’s racial discrimination lawsuit against the city, which was scheduled to start Monday, has been continued until January of 2010. In January of this year, Johnson’s attorney, Jim Waide, filed a
“Have it your way” and synonymous sayings seem to be the slogans of choice for fast-food restaurants.
MUW professors come up short in light-hearted contest against New Hope students
Lowndes County Tax Assessor Greg Andrews may be under investigation by the Mississippi Ethics Commission over concerns of his wife, Alicia, working at the county tax office.
Columbus schools stand to gain $3.2 million; Noxubee County still faces shortfall
MUW faculty, staff to battle wits against New Hope students for charity
In the wake of an accident on Highway 45 last week that injured the driver of a horse-drawn wagon and killed two horses, nearby residents have one request of truckers and others using the four-lane roadway. Slow down.
The once-familiar sound of banging hammers and high-pitched power tools echoing throughout Lowndes County has all but ceased during the last several months.
MIAMI — Newly minted nurse Katie O’Bryan was determined to stay at her first job at least a year, even if she did leave the hospital every day wanting to quit.
A Columbus native, Robert Ivy, has been named, by American Business Media, as the 2009 Crain Award Winner.
NEW YORK — In theater superstition, a bad dress rehearsal is supposed to foretell a good opening night. If so, the U.S. might be in good shape when it turns off the last analog TV broadcasts in June, because the lead-up to the smaller-scale turnoff today has been confusing to both viewers and TV stations.
Fans across the country know him simply as Scotty D, but Scott Daniels is more than a radio and television personality; he’s also an activist, interested in giving back to the community he calls home.
County and city officials will be keeping their fingers crossed this week as the deadline approaches for land proposals for a much discussed sportsplex.
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3. Columbus Social Security office reopens after flooding shuts it down for 8 days COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
5. Monday Profile: Rao brings volunteer experience from India to MSU STARKVILLE & OKTIBBEHA COUNTY