Articles by Nathan Gregory
District 4 runs the gamut of every socioeconomic class and many of the residences Jeff Smith represents have varying needs, regardless of income or background.
Friday will be a red letter day for wassail connoisseurs in Columbus.
The two counties with the highest unemployment in Mississippi are in or near the Golden Triangle.
Chuck Younger will represent Lowndes County’s District 17 in the Mississippi State Senate next year.
Before the city of Columbus annexed two months ago, District 3 was unique from the other four in Lowndes County in that none of it fell within the city limits.
Three weeks of campaigning will come down to Tuesday when voters decide who will serve the remaining year of the late Terry Brown’s state senate term.
The paperwork is finalized for construction on the 14th Avenue ditch project to start Dec. 1.
Columbus received nearly $50,000 more in sales tax diversions for this month than it did in November 2013.
For more than nine years, broadcasts of city council meetings have been on channel 3 if you’re a Cable One subscriber.
Cellular service providers still can’t apply to put a tower in a Columbus residential area.
Local restaurateur Bernard Buckhalter has resigned his position on the Columbus-Lowndes Convention and Visitors Bureau Board of Directors.
Editor’s note: The Dispatch is touring all five Lowndes County districts with their respective supervisor. The goal is to highlight each region’s unique aspects and
The Lowndes County Board of Supervisors has approved a resolution asking state legislators to name a bridge after late Mississippi Senator Terry Brown.
Construction of the infrastructure that will serve the Yokohama Tire plant in West Point is either done or will be done by the end of the year.
Johnny Littlefield, who had a 38-year career with the West Point Fire Department including the last 13 as its chief, has died.
Barring an appeal, companies entrusted with cleaning up Kerr-McGee sites across the country are going to receive the money they need to do so within weeks.
The Japan-America Society of Mississippi was founded in 2002 as an avenue to bridge cultural gaps between families that were moving in for the then-new Nissan factory and their suppliers in Central Mississippi.
When Elvin Woodrow Taylor was drafted into the Air Force in 1942, the last thing he thought he would be doing was flying planes.
A proposed change to the city’s cell phone tower law has one more hurdle to clear before it takes effect.
Before getting in a SUV to tour District 1, Harry Sanders is quick to point out that Lowndes County supervisors prioritize needs based on how to best serve the entire county, not individual districts.