Billy Williams found two dead bucks in woods north of Caledonia in 1992. They were big deer -- one was a nine-point, the other an 11-point.
The Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Development Authority has hired an Alabama man as its new administrator.
The National Weather Service is predicting that the Golden Triangle will receive two to four inches of snow throughout Wednesday.
A bill to extend a multi-use path from Riverside Park to Columbus Air Force Base is headed to the Mississippi Senate.
Cindy Zelinka and Melanie Morel both hold vital jobs in the justice system. They are court reporters for the Clay County Circuit Court -- they record every single word uttered during courtroom proceedings.
Columbus City Council is moving through a few final steps before formalizing a redistricting plan.
In 2014, 19 feature films along with six reality shows and six documentaries were shot partially or entirely in Mississippi. In 2014, 19 feature films along with six reality shows and six documentaries were shot partially or entirely in Mississippi.
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The Dispatch advertising staff brought home six awards from the Mississippi Press Association's 2014 Better Newspaper Contest for advertising.
When Dr. Philip Hickman was chosen to lead the Columbus Municipal School District and its 4,300 students in August, he had a large task in front of him.
Columbus is experiencing a retail resurgence and evidence of that continues to pop up along the Highway 45 North and 18th Avenue North corridors.
Another candidate running for Lowndes County circuit clerk has put the field at seven.
An aluminum company that based its offices in Columbus last year will locate a proposed $2.4 billion aluminum manufacturing complex in Louisiana.
Janie Shields, the life enrichment program coordinator at Mississippi University for Women, was honored Wednesday with a diversity award by the Mississippi Board of Trustees of the State Institutions of Higher Learning.
Student athletes from Columbus and elsewhere in north Mississippi will soon have an opportunity to meet a heavyweight boxing champion in person.
In the summer of 2014, two friends in Augusta, Georgia, were looking to grab a bite. A thought came to mind -- what restaurants are safe to eat at?
The Columbus Police Department wants to reenergize its neighborhood watch program, and Community Relations Officer Rhonda Sanders said east Columbus is an ideal place to start.
The music department at Mississippi University for Women will host the 2015 Southern Regional Conference of the College Music Society today through Saturday.
A Golden Triangle economic development leader says he believes lawsuits against a Columbus-based company that has proposed building a $1.2 billion aluminum mill could be on the horizon.
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