The Budweiser Clydesdales are scheduled to make appearances in Tupelo, Starkville and Columbus in early December.
50 years ago, a Columbus teen faced a decision about whether to broadcast a nuclear emergency message
He built his first crude radio station as a teenager and by age 14 was working at a Columbus radio station, the beginning of a 52-year career as a technician at radio and TV stations, a utility company and the state of Tennessee, a job that included installing surveillance devices for the Tennessee Bureau of Investigations.
A federal lawsuit filed by Golden Glow against the City of Columbus over its 2020 COVID-19 shutdown has been thrown out, but the salon has appealed.
Bus-driver shortages across the country continue to be an issue for school districts — Starkville Oktibbeha Consolidated School District being one.
Scott Colom has been recommended as judge for the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Mississippi.
4-County Electric Power Association’s new broadband subsidiary, FASTnet, began operations about a year ago. Thursday, FASTnet officials celebrated hooking up their 2,000th customer.
Lt. Col. Christopher Watson was serving as a chaplain to a group of special operations soldiers in Afghanistan when he found himself put in a place where he had to step into a leadership role. His base was put under an alert due to an inbound missile, and one soldier sheltering in the bunker with Watson was not coping well with the stress.
Armstrong Junior High freshman Ailani Barr wants to find a way to help alleviate her grandmother’s liver troubles.
Single mother Angela Sherman knows the financial struggles that come along with procuring internet access.
As a young teen, Anne Marie Chilcutt never gave much thought about staying in the family business, a building supply company that had been in her family for four generations.
That began to change when she was in high school and worked as a volunteer during a Habitat for Humanity build.
Marvel’s Scarlet Witch, Mary Poppins, a banana, Peter Pan and an astronaut were among the visitors to Mississippi University for Women Friday evening as the Student Programming Board held its annual Oktoberfest.
The Air Force on Friday released more details from a February plane crash in Montgomery, Alabama, that killed an instructor and a student pilot stationed at Columbus Air Force Base.
Alabama wildlife officials are on the lookout for reports of sick deer after reports of an increase in sickness in neighboring Mississippi.
Even under normal circumstances, many women delay or skip the annual mammograms the American Cancer Society recommends.
Ten applicants are vying for two spots to represent Lowndes County on the East Mississippi Community College Board of Trustees.
In 2019, John Almond was building beds in Columbus, Dickie Bryan was opening up a recovery home for addicted or homeless men in West Point and Evie Vidrine was joining the Columbus Young Professionals.
As originally planned, this would be the year the last of the original members of the Caledonia Park Commission served in overseeing the town’s parks and recreation department.
The topic was what kind of exposure did the 2021 NCAA baseball championship bring Mississippi State and by way of introduction, MSU Chief Communications Officer Sid Salter engaged in a game of word association.
Golden Triangle lawmakers say they support the effort to pass legislation to begin a medical marijuana program.