The Columbus Kiwanis Club welcomed an old friend "back home" Wednesday during its regular monthly luncheon at Lions Hills Center and Golf Club.
For more than nine years, broadcasts of city council meetings have been on channel 3 if you're a Cable One subscriber.
Local restaurateur Bernard Buckhalter has resigned his position on the Columbus-Lowndes Convention and Visitors Bureau Board of Directors.
Cellular service providers still can't apply to put a tower in a Columbus residential area.
It has long been Joe Max Higgins' modus operandi to retreat from public view when negotiations on a big deal reach the final stages.
For a long time, Blossom Brown hid.
The Columbus Municipal School District has not yet resolved the issue of unused textbooks.
Administrators within the Lowndes County School District say they are confident in the direction the district is headed.
Lowndes County could be the future home of a mill that produces 600,000 tons of aluminum a year and employs up to 850 people.
Sugar gliders are marsupials native to Australia but these days, if you know the right pocket to look in, you can find one in downtown Columbus.
The Lowndes County Board of Supervisors has approved a resolution asking state legislators to name a bridge after late Mississippi Senator Terry Brown.
The Lowndes County School Board is presenting another bond issue to voters.
As the temperature begins to drop, locals without heat are in need of blankets to keep warm.
The Mississippi Charter School Authorizer Board will be in Columbus on Monday looking to hear from the public regarding a proposed charter school.
Students at Cook Elementary are embarking on a tour of Japanese culture -- and they don't even have to leave Columbus.
In the past year, Columbus Police Chief Tony Carleton has focused on community policing and building a strong department with top-notch officers.
Barring an appeal, companies entrusted with cleaning up Kerr-McGee sites across the country are going to receive the money they need to do so within weeks.
Three months after the Columbus Municipal School District board voted to revamp the district's curriculum, the district is sitting on $500,000-plus worth of unused textbooks.
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