Ecolab will reduce its Columbus workforce by roughly 43 percent over the next several months as the company shifts some of its operations to a new facility in Jacksonville, Florida.
No kids. Tess and I both have two grown kids and all are out there in that big world on their own.
The Mississippi Legislature reached a key point in its 2015 session on Monday, the deadline for presenting new legislation.
When I was a child, a visit from the preacher meant a flurry of activity.
For Cathy Griffith and Rich Coachys, there is no sound more beautiful than the collective whir of 100-plus sewing machines.
The Lowndes County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Thursday to commit $125,000 toward an incentive package that Golden Triangle Regional Airport Director Mike Hainsey said is needed to help secure westbound air service for the airport.
Monday, the Monroe County Sheriff's Department executed a search warrant which resulted in the confiscation of an undisclosed number of gallons of moonshine.
This week, the average cost of a gallon of gasoline in Mississippi dipped below the $2-mark.
The inaugural Columbus Christmas Tree Bonfire proceeded as planned Thursday night despite frigid temperatures that surely kept many would-be spectators from attending the event.
If he were still alive, Elvis Presley would be celebrating his 80th birthday today.
Details of a Lowndes County School District bond, which was announced a month ago, should be made clear by the end of next week.
Unlike many years, there were no big press conferences announcing the arrival of a major project in 2014. But the year in Golden Triangle industry was not without surprises.
The first of what Columbus mayor Robert Smith hopes will be an annual event will be held Jan. 8 at 6 p.m. when the city hosts a Christmas Tree Bonfire.
As it is with every year, 2014 will be remembered both for the good things that happened and the bad.
There are many definitions of "news," among them something considered unusual, unexpected or out of the norm.
The jobless rate continues to fall in Lowndes County and throughout the Golden Triangle.
What do you call a family like the Sullivans?
How would you describe a family whose challenges include not one, but two children with special needs?
I am not as familiar with Santa Claus as most people, for he was a sporadic visitor to my home during my incorrigible childhood.
Although the steep drop in gas prices did not come early enough to factor into the city of Columbus' $4.5 million infrastructure improvement project, city project manager Robin Eastman says work is coming in on schedule and under budget.
Next month, Golden Triangle Regional Airport Director Mike Hainsey will make a presentation to fund an incentive package he believes is essential to attracting a carrier that will begin west-bound air travel.
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