After over a year of dealing with a leaky roof and ripped up floor, the Crawford Community Center had its grand reopening on Monday and
Three young people spend a summer evening skipping rocks, watching the sunset and dancing on June 18 at the Tom Bevill Lock and Dam in
About 100 people protested outside the Lowndes County Courthouse during the supervisors meeting on Monday morning. This marked the third gathering calling for District 1
This year’s Fourth of July celebrations looked a little different due to the COVID-19 pandemic but were no less festive. Instead of large gatherings, families
Omini Parks and her daughter Gibson, 5, repot tomatoes on Thursday in their driveway garden in Starkville. Parks started the vegetable garden as an educational
People donned masks to attend the opening night of the Elayne Goodman gallery exhibit at the Rosenzweig Arts Center in Columbus. Goodman is a local
More than 70 people gathered for the second time in the last two weeks to demand District 1 Supervisor Harry Sanders’ resignation on Tuesday outside
About 40 volunteers mopped, vacuumed and scrubbed Saturday away during United Way’s Annual Day of Action at the historic Palmer Home in Columbus. The group
Four members of Hope Community Church picked up litter on Sunday in Columbus. The church has begun doing service projects every Sunday in place of
County and CMSD officials removed state flags from the courthouse lawn and Brandon Elementary School on Monday afternoon after the Legislature voted to retire the
New Beginning Full Gospel Baptist Church partnered with other churches in the area and bought 800 boxes of food to give to people in the
Hundreds of people filled the stands for the General Tire Clash at the Mag last weekend, Magnolia Motor Speedway’s biggest event of the year. But
Amanda Cody enjoys an afternoon of fishing and sunshine on June 10 at Sam D. Hamilton Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge.
Golden sunlight mixed with water from Hancock Carwash created a golden mist as Greg Davis washed his car on June 18 in Brooksville.
People gathered in Columbus on Friday evening and Starkville on Saturday afternoon to celebrate Juneteenth with barbeque, bouncy houses and music.
The Yellow Jackets worked out on the football field on Thursday at Starkville High School to wrap up their first week of summer workouts. In
More than 100 people gathered on the Lowndes County Courthouse lawn on Wednesday to demand Board of Supervisors President Harry Sanders’ resignation after he made
Community leaders asked county supervisors to remove the Confederate monument from the Lowndes County Courthouse lawn on Monday. Supervisors voted 3-2 against the motion. Outside
People marched through West Point for justice, equality and solidarity on Saturday. This march followed ones in Starkville and Columbus last weekend.
Hotels in Columbus ride out the pandemic by introducing extra sanitation measures, reducing operations and having employees work together.