An old-fashioned ice cream parlor and dessert shop is now open in Columbus.
A multi-use development is in the works for the Cotton District area in Starkville.
Firefighters Sametrius L. Moore and Nathan Gaudin of the Starkville Fire Department graduated Feb. 22 from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1001 Firefighter I-II course held at the Mississippi State Fire Academy in Jackson. This intense seven-week course included classroom and hands-on instruction in the areas of fire behavior, fire suppression, rescue, incident command, hazardous materials and other fire related topics. This course meets and exceeds the National Fire Protection Association for Firefighter Qualifications and the uniform minimum training standards stated in the Mississippi Code section 45-11-7. The Mississippi State Fire Academy is a division of the Mississippi Insurance Department. Commissioner Mike Chaney and Academy Executive Director Reggie Bell conclude that firefighters, through their newly acquired skills and knowledge, will be an asset to the fire departments they represent in implementing fire protection and prevention for their community.
The Baldor Electric Company, including the Columbus facility, is rebranding to ABB Electric Company.
A building that is home to a well-known Columbus restaurant is now for sale.
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