There's a new one-stop salon and boutique at 423 Main St.
The Greater Starkville Development Partnership recently recognized the 2018-19 Ambassador team. This group is committed to promoting chamber businesses in the Starkville community. Pictured from left to right front row: Libby Gerald, Mary Jane Runnels, Pat Lane, Nina Welch, Peggy Buckley, Caitlin Rackley and Rebecca Tabb. Second row from left: Carrie-Beth Randall, Kelly Cutshall, Donna Sims, Barbara Foster, Lateshia Butler, Katherine Little, Adrienne Morris, Candy Crecink. Back row from left: Hagan Walker, Matt Matthews, Jason Ryder, Brian McCaskill, Brad Jones, Gerry Logan, Terry Long, John Crecink. Not pictured: Cory Lucius, Cole Brazil, Courtney Cox, Patrick Linley, Bill Thurlow, Anna-Marie Nickels, Christina Lucas and Jay Cook. New elected Ambassadors pictured: Donna Sims, Caitlin Rackley, Carrie-Beth Randall, Gerry Logan and Katherine Little.
Bank of Vernon plans to expand to Columbus, but it's not certain when that branch might open.
The long-awaited Cook Out project in Columbus has finally begun. Demolition of the old Immanuel Baptist Church property is underway, and restaurant construction at the site should begin shortly after.
If you're driving past the Magnolia Bowl, you may have seen a Rhett Realty sign perched in front of Columbus Inn and Suites.
Liberty Steel Products Holding, of North Jackson, Ohio, has acquired a majority interest in Mississippi Steel Processing, 400 N. Steel Road in Columbus.
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