On Feb. 16, voters who live in Ward 5 of Columbus will select the person who will represent them on the city council.
Before the first edition of Catfish Alley magazine was published, a lot of questions had to be answered, yet one remained after those first magazines were delivered: How long can we keep this up?
Living in a small town often comes with trade-offs.
One of the hottest topics in this year's presidential election race, is immigration. But, really, what's new about that?
This week, local and state officials, along with executives from Steel Dynamics, Inc., gathered just south of the steel-mill for a ground-breaking ceremony for SDI's $100-million expansion.
For the second time in three months, Columbus Ward 4 Councilman Marty Turner has used social media to attack a fellow councilman.
Tax is a four-letter word in Mississippi, especially among those who self-identify as Conservative.
Columbus Mayor Robert Smith has never vetoed a city council decision. It's time for Smith to use that power.
For the past couple of years, the regular meetings of the Lowndes County Board of Supervisors have been largely tranquil gatherings.
On Thursday, a group of Columbus residents gathered at Columbus High School to listen and speak on the subject of gun violence in the city.
When new technology emerges, it often takes a while -- sometimes years -- to understand its implications.
Almost from the moment he arrived at Mississippi University for Women as its 14th president in 2012, Dr. Jim Borsig has said the return of college athletics would be a goal for the university.
When Columbus was in its infancy, there was no ignoring the Tombigbee River.
This afternoon in Charlotte, N.C., Dak Prescott will play his final game in a Mississippi State University.
For most of us, the most obvious sign of interstate commerce is encountered on our highways, where large semis are a common sight, or in the air, where the roar of aircraft disturbs the silence of the skies or along railroad lines, where we often are forced to stop as the long procession of railroad cars loaded down with products and materials interrupt our travels.
Christmas is near at hand. We know this not by a simple glance at the calendar, of course.
When the Columbus Police Department released video on Tuesday from the body cameras worn by the three CPD officers who were involved in the Oct. 16 shooting death of Ricky Ball, the most relevant video -- that taken immediately after the shooting was not included.
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