This Sunday, feel free to walk down Main Street and tour three different event venues in Columbus.
A commercial tenant has agreed to do business on the first floor of the old Columbus Depot.
Kelly Pittman and her husband Matt are opening an events and catering venue they will simply call The Depot, giving a nod to the history of the 135-year-old building.
Mississippi University for Women has faced numerous state budget cuts in recent years, causing student tuition to fund more than 50 percent of its expenditures.
Richard "Dickie" Scruggs found his love for education while helping inmates receive their General Equivalency Diplomas while he served six years in federal prison.
Columbus Municipal School District adopted a new strategic plan for the 2018-19 school year.
Columbus Municipal School District students saw an increase in disciplinary referrals from last August, largely due to incidents involving its middle- and high-school students.
Hoover's Bakery, now located at 58 Highway 45 N. in West Point, will reopen under new ownership this October.
The Mississippi Department of Education recognized Columbus Municipal School District as one of the most-improved districts for the English Language Arts state tests, and CMSD Superintendent Cherie Labat believes the district can continue that improvement twofold.
A fatal car wreck, involving a stolen vehicle, claimed the lives of two people just after midnight Saturday morning in Columbus.
Lowndes County United Way received a $10,000 donation from International Paper to kick off its new fundraising campaign.
If you're driving from Columbus to Starkville and look over to the left, chances are good that you're going to see something under construction on South Frontage Road.
In an effort to combat employee turnover, Yokohama Tire Corporation created a new work schedule for its West Point plant employees.
A Columbus man will spend 35 years in prison for fatally shooting a man outside a convenience store two years ago.
When Southeastern Conference official Stan Murray arrived at Kyle Field in College Station, Texas, hours before kickoff of a Texas A&M game last fall, he was looking for his designated parking spot -- Lot 62, Space 710.
Columbus' Kmart, 2308 Hwy 45 N., will close by November of this year.
Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors on Monday approved offering $1.7 million for a building on Lynn Lane for the new Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District's administrative building.
Columbus Municipal School District ranked fifth among the most-improved districts on English-Language Arts state testing in 2017-18.
Columbus Municipal School District students scored higher overall compared to last year during spring assessments.
Business-minded boys and girls can apply at Main Street Columbus for the chance to showcase their businesses at the Columbus Hitching Lot on Sept. 23 from 2-4 p.m.
A Hamilton man was arrested Aug. 10 for cyberstalking a Lowndes County resident.
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