The Columbus-Lowndes Public Library is hosting a new pop-up exhibition from the National Archives.
Christian Women's Job Corps-Golden Triangle (CWJC-GT) is enrolling participants for its spring semester of free training for women ages 18 and up.
Music plays a significant role in nearly everyone's life, but for some people it represents much more than an invitation to dance or a soundtrack for the morning commute.
A new commitment of $28 million from the Robert M. Hearin Support Foundation marks a total investment of $42.1 million over 10 years into the Mississippi Excellence in Teaching Program.
When the new year rolls around, people often resolve to focus on personal fitness goals, but it is a great time to make sure homes are healthy as well.
Pastor Jerry Potter's eyes take on a grateful gleam as he talks about events of the past six weeks.
Seeds -- often taken for granted, yet vital to the very existence of humankind. Many feel these gifts of nature are in grave danger, a subject explored in a new documentary, "Seed: The Untold Story."
Mississippi State University Associate Professor of History Alexandra "Alix" Hui will spend three summers in Germany after receiving a Humbodt Research Fellowship for Experienced Scholars, one of the most prestigious academic awards in Germany.
The African American Studies program is celebrating a decade of service and pride at Mississippi State University.
Christmastime -- it is songs and celebrations, worshipful praise and contemplation.
Elves have been bustling lately to deliver Christmas cheer to more than 350 Contact Helpline Reassurance Program clients.
Recently, on a return trip to Columbus from Tuscaloosa, my wife Jane and I were driving through Reform.
Santa dropped by a little early to the Columbus-Lowndes Humane Society (CLHS) this year. On Dec. 19, a donation of $4,250 was made by 4 Paws for a Cause to the shelter on Airline Road.
Mississippi State University Libraries has launched "A Banner Day" program at Mitchell Memorial Library.
The holidays represent the perfect opportunity for anyone who's been thinking of taking a deep dive into their family history.
A quilt may not seem to wield much power, but officers with the Oktibbeha County Sheriff's Office have seen quilts impact emotional situations in a positive way.
A climactic event capping off The Year of the Goose is set for Saturday, Jan. 7 at Trotter Convention Center in downtown Columbus.
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