The Columbus Municipal School District and its superintendent Dr. Philip Hickman are refuting the claims made against them in an ongoing federal lawsuit.
Kingdom Vision International Church in Columbus spent the last four nights this week hosting a tent revival on South Frontage Road in Columbus.
The United Way will hold its "Little Hands, Big Trucks" event from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at the Columbus Soccer Complex.
Barrett Donahoe's office is like many high school football coaches in the area.
Beginning today, businesses that accept credit card payments must be equipped to receive charges from chip-embedded cards or face liability for fraudulent transactions.
Lowndes County supervisors signed off on a variety of requests linked to a pair of major projects during a board meeting Wednesday.
The Kansas City Barbeque Society will hold its 14th annual Roast-N-Boast at the Columbus Fairgrounds on Friday and Saturday.
Some construction work that has taken place at City Hall in downtown Columbus throughout the past week appears to have been in violation of city ordinance.
The renovation process is underway at the historic Railroad Depot in downtown Columbus.
The Lowndes County School District board of trustees has voted to move forward with certain state Department of Environmental Quality tests on one of the sites being considered for the $11 million centralized career-technical center.
The Lowndes County Sheriff's Office has arrested a man for breaking into a store in Artesia.
The final $6.1 million needed to construct "Communiversity," a workforce training center for the Golden Triangle, has been provided in a federal grant, Mississippi Senator Thad Cochran announced last week.
Columbus Fire & Rescue will help hold a time for remembrance for those affected by a deadly fire last year at the Jamestown Square townhouses.
Music from a medieval composer will be featured at the Mississippi University for Women Choral Concert at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Once a year at Mississippi University for Women, students gather and paint a pair of blue jeans.
Mississippi is the state with the eighth highest rate of collisions with deer.
Fire Station 4 is moving.
Earlier this month, on a crisp afternoon, Kelly Wala prepared to lead a calming yoga class on the Tombigbee Bridge near downtown Columbus.
Approximately 155 customers of 4-County Electric Power Association will lose power for a few hours Tuesday while workers repair a critical line and equipment.
Mississippi University for Women's Department of Health and Kinesiology is celebrating Women's Health Awareness Week Oct. 14-16 with presentations that empower women to make healthier choices.
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