The driver of a 2004 Ford Ranger which collided with a Columbus police officer's vehicle on Nash Road on Friday was Bruce Kendall Owings, according to the Columbus Police Department.
An Illinois educator has filed a lawsuit against the Columbus Municipal School District and its superintendent claiming he was not given a job with the district despite the school board voting to hire him.
Columbus is taking applications for potential judges to fill former municipal judge Nicole Clinkscales' seat.
Columbus councilmen decided Monday to hold off on a decision for funding a Columbus-Lowndes Recreation Authority proposed "Field of Dreams" at Propst Park.
A red Ford Mustang was involved in an accident this morning in Columbus on Main Street. No injuries were reported from the wreck, which occurred about 7 a.m.
The third annual Downtown Art Walk will take place in Columbus on Thursday, Sept. 3.
A run-off election Tuesday will determine the Republican candidate for Lowndes County Circuit Clerk and Democratic candidate for District 42 House of Representatives.
Authorities are investigating a vehicle accident involving a Columbus police officer that occurred Friday on Nash Road.
An August grand jury did not indict the son of a state senator on felony possession of a controlled substance charge, but that does not mean the case is over.
Columbus could be home to a baseball field constructed specifically for athletes with disabilities.
United Way of Lowndes County will host its final emergency preparation forum this coming Tuesday in New Hope.
No criminal charges will be filed relating to the December death of Orlando Guyton.
A local politician's son who was picked up on felony drug charges in May was not indicted by a Lowndes County grand jury Monday.
Greg Watkins has seen plenty of change in his time as a coach in the Mississippi Association of Independent Schools (MAIS).
Peterbilt announced Wednesday that the Lowndes-based PACCAR engine plant has produced 100,000 of MX-13 truck engines in five years.
The Lowndes County School District board of trustees accepted a bid from Raymond James and Associates in Memphis on its $44 million worth of general obligation bonds Tuesday.
John Correnti, a long-time steel industry executive who helped bring a mill to Lowndes County, died Tuesday in Chicago.
The Columbus City Council on Tuesday killed a proposed amendment to the city's open container ordinance when no one motioned to approve it.
A political consultant who has worked for Democrats in the Deep South says he's trying to generate support for Robert Gray, the truck driver who did not spend a dime and won the party's nomination for Mississippi governor.
Mississippi University for Women this fall is offering its first-ever classes in a new low-residency master of fine arts in creative writing.
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