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NWS: Deep South states at risk for strong storms

Posted 2/28/2017 in Area

he National Weather Service says Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia are all at risk for severe weather on Wednesday.


Trailblazers of integration: African Americans in area remember trials, triumphs of tumultuous process

Posted 2/24/2017 in Area

Before Henry Ashford started his senior year of high school in 1966, his father sat him down and asked him if he wanted to be one of the first black students to attend Starkville High School.

Sales tax figures mixed in region

Posted 2/22/2017 in Area

Sales tax collections in the Golden Triangle are a mixed bag so far in the 2016-17 fiscal year.


West Point plant to make 40 armored trucks for Pakistan

Posted 2/17/2017 in Area

Navistar International Corp. has been awarded a $35 million contract to deliver 40 armored vehicles to Pakistan from its Mississippi plant.


Accused Noxubee jailer still employed

Posted 2/16/2017 in Area

A woman employed as a jailer at the Noxubee County Jail is still at work days after being arrested in Columbus for misdemeanor shoplifting.

Getting the job done: WIN Center looks for move to increase efficiency

Posted 2/13/2017 in Area

Mia Jones found the Golden Triangle WIN Job Center to be more helpful than she expected.

MSMS alum headed to Cambridge University

Posted 2/13/2017 in Area

Mississippi State University senior biology major Lucas Ferguson just got a free ride to study the evolution of viruses at the University of Cambridge in England.

GTECHS students report good grades, lots of college credit

Posted 2/3/2017 in Area

The first time Columbus sophomore Alexis Turner got straight As was after she started high school at the Golden Triangle Early College High School on East Mississippi Community College's Mayhew campus.

Schools monitoring EdBuild report for funding changes

Posted 2/2/2017 in Area

At least two Golden Triangle public school districts are voicing some concerns about potential revenue loses if EdBuild's recommended school funding changes are enacted.

Bill calls for appointed MDOT head

Posted 1/28/2017 in Area

One Golden Triangle representative is hoping to do away with the Mississippi Department of Transportations' elected commissioners.

A cup of tea? Roving 'tea man' dispenses wit, wisdom and cups of (free) tea

Posted 1/28/2017 in Area

Guisepe Spadafora says he began serving free tea when he was living out of a pickup in Los Angeles.


West Point shooting injures two

Posted 1/27/2017 in Area

Two people were taken to area hospitals with non life-threatening injuries after a shooting at a home in West Point on Thursday.


Unemployment rate up slightly for December

Posted 1/27/2017 in Area

State and local unemployment rates ticked up last months, but state officials say that's part of an expected seasonal trend.

Local arts community meets Senate bill with concern

Posted 1/26/2017 in Area

Local artists and leaders from two area arts councils have met a bill filed in the Mississippi Senate to abolish the Mississippi Arts Commission with confusion and concern.

Tyler Edmonds seeks compensation claim

Posted 1/24/2017 in Area

A Clay County resident who spent four of his teenage years in prison on a wrongful murder conviction is taking his battle for compensation to the Mississippi Supreme Court.


Missing man's body found in Monroe Co.

Posted 1/21/2017 in Area

Monroe County sheriff's deputies have found the body of a Nettleton man who had been missing for three weeks.


Golden Triangle residents head to women's marches Saturday

Posted 1/20/2017 in Area

Tonight, Starkville resident Karin Lee will get on a plane bound for Washington, D.C., with nothing but her purse, a change of underwear and a pair of socks.

Tax offices upgrade computers, anticipate new requirements

Posted 1/19/2017 in Area

Mississippi tax assessors are busy preparing to implement a new vehicle registration system that may help with stricter auto insurance enforcement.

Photos: MLK Day of Service

Posted 1/17/2017 in Area

U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves speaks during the MLK breakfast at Trotter Convention Center in Columbus Monday morning. Reeves was the keynote speaker during a morning of speakers and service opportunities.

Yokohama's zinc levels exceed limits

Posted 1/14/2017 in Area

Yokohama's tire manufacturing operation in West Point is asking the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality to modify its wastewater pretreatment permit to allow for more zinc discharge.


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