Roberts enters chancery clerk race

Posted yesterday in Columbus & Lowndes County

The chancery clerk election in Lowndes is now a two-person race.

Flowers joins chancery clerk race

Posted yesterday in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Two rematches have been set for this year's elections in Oktibbeha County.

Photo: Supermoon

Posted yesterday in Area



Individual found dead at lock and dam believed to be victim of suicide |

Tessie Poindexter, the mother of Mauricio Nance; Christina Bell, Mauricio's sister-in-law; and other community members gather with candles during a vigil Friday at the Community Center in Artesia for the victims of a Tuesday triple homicide.

Photos: Candlelight vigil in Artesia |

Video games: Mississippi's new high school sport |

'I still like the T-38': Columbus native recalls being the first to land trainer plane at CAFB |

Mississippi casino revenue up in 2018 with sports betting |

Woman who hunts deer at age 101 kills 2 with a single shot |

Sheriff pleads not guilty to felonies, put on house arrest |

92-year-old Eola Hotel being restored, updated in Natchez |

Arts Council opens summer scholarship application period |

Heritage regains Apple Distinguished School status |



Artesia murders may be related to attempted drug deal |

Johnson to leave post as public affairs head for CAFB |

Man arrested in West Point stabbing |

Arrest report for 1-18-19 |

Nissan to cut up to 700 contract workers in Mississippi |

Mississippi graduation rate hits new record of 84 percent |

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Caledonia High School forward Lizzie Truelock has the Lady Confederates in the thick of the playoff race.

Player of Week: Truelock helps anchor Caledonia soccer team |

Williams eager to trend Aberdeen football program in right direction |

No. 22 MSU men look for rare road win at No. 8 Kentucky |

MSU baseball earns first Top 10 ranking at No. 9 by Baseball America |

Shoop, Baker agree to contract extensions with MSU football program |

Prescott added to NFC squad at Pro Bowl |

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Marc Dion: Waiting for the Third World |

Voice of the people: Genevieve Gibson |

Other Editors: Visions of a 70% tax rate |

Froma Harrop: Anti-vaxxers spread a plague of ignorance |

Editorial cartoon: 1/21/19 |

Partial to Home: Area paddlers enjoy rich offering of natural wonders |

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The general public, at home and in the workplace, is often the weak link in cybersecurity, too often deceived by phishing emails and other scams designed to mine sensitive information such as account numbers. Area experts offer some basic advice on strengthening defenses against increasingly creative cyberthreats.

Cybersecurity 101: There's more than one way to 'get fit' in the new year |

An homage to history leads to friendships forged |

Ready, set, grow: Sign up for Master Gardener training |

In the garden with Felder: A bit of feng shui can increase 'happy' in the garden |

Southern Gardening: Blue My Mind evolvulus is Mississippi Medallion winner |

MSU's Mitchell Memorial Library begins construction of new television studio |

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Trump offers a 'Dreamers' deal for border-money proposal |

Ala. lawmaker seeks to separate MLK, Robert E. Lee holidays |

No rehearing for Louisiana abortion law |

Officer who shot black teen sentenced to nearly 7 years |

A scaled-down, but still angry, Women's March returns |

Trump promises March for Life crowd that he stands with them |

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