Today from 2-5 p.m., at American Legion Post 38 in West Point, veterans and first responders will be treated to a barbecue lunch with all the trimmings.
An executive with Florida-based Origis Energy confirmed Wednesday approval for a 200 megawatt solar energy project in west Lowndes County.
There are hundreds of daycare centers in the Golden Triangle, but none like PediaTrust in Columbus.
PediaTrust opened in June 2017 to provide daycare for an underserved group of children, as noted in its signage "Daycare for Medically Fragile Children."
It's sometimes odd, the associations we make. Tuesday morning, I was a guest reader at PediaTrust, which provides daycare services for medically fragile children. There are 35 children from all across the Golden Triangle, enrolled in the center
Columbus will celebrate its 200th anniversary in 2021, and Barbara Bigelow has a special present in mind.
There are currently 19 states that permit the use of "corporal punishment" in public schools. Carl Mickens, a House Democrat from Brooksville, hopes to reduce that number to 18.
I've been thinking a lot about Kobe Bryant since the tragic helicopter crash that took his life and the life of eight others, including his 13-year-old daughter, on Sunday.
Three months into his role as manager for the Caledonia Water Department, Brad Box confesses he still has some things to learn -- which, he said, is one of the biggest appeals of the job.
Attention, Kroger shoppers: There will soon be a familiar face in charge at the Frank P. Phillips YMCA.
Bain Nickels, board chairman for the Y, confirmed Wednesday the selection of Jimmy Woodruff as the organization's new director. Woodruff, who succeeds Andy Boyd in the role, will start his new job on Feb. 17.
By mid-morning Monday, it was business as usual at the Columbus Social Security office on Bluecutt Road.
Today's topic is prison contraband and what happens to you when you're caught with it -- or rather what happened when Willie Nash got caught with it.
About two years ago, Jay Fisher started his transition from the military to the civilian work world.
What he has realized since is just how disconnected civilians and military personnel seem to be.
Two years ago, Telisa Clay Young emerged from a field of five candidates to secure a position on the Columbus Municipal School District Board of Trustees.
They sat cross-legged on the floor, doe-eyed and innocent, listening politely to group of women from the Junior Auxiliary of Columbus during a special program at Caledonia Elementary School Friday morning.
The subject matter -- bullying -- seemed inconsistent for an audience of fourth-graders, whose exposure to bullying has been limited.
That's the whole point.
A few minutes into the premiere of "The Wonder Grove Wizard of Oz" at the Malco Cinema in Columbus one thing was clear: Only kids could have made this film.
As Ron Thornton entered his senior season at Ole Miss, his plans were to attend law school, thus fulfilling the dream of his brother, who had planned to become an attorney before dying in a car crash.
But a serious car accident of his own that year changed Thornton's plans and led him to his passion.
She stands there in a little black dress against the background of a darkened car lot, stares at the camera and coos seductively:
"DeLois Price is twice as nice on a weekend night."
For 20 years now, one 30-second spot at a time, DeLois Price has been a staple of Carl Hogan Automotive television advertising, becoming one of the most recognizable names and faces in northeast Mississippi.
For 40 years, a section of Columbus' Southside has been recognized as a historic district by the National Register of Historic Places, a largely honorary distinction noted Meredith Massey of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History.
Every January when the 174 members of the Mississippi Legislature convene in Jackson, there is much talk of bi-partisan cooperation and a desire to represent all Mississippians.
More than four years after construction started, the first event at the Sen. Terry Brown Amphitheater could be held, perhaps in time for the Market Street Festival concert.
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