Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle welcomes new interventional cardiologist Dr. Eric McClendon, MD, PhD to its medical staff. He is in practice at BMG Columbus Cardiovascular
BancorpSouth Bank’s Board of Directors appointed Charlotte N. Corley of Starkville as a director of the company, effective Oct. 28. Corley is the former commissioner
Danny Jackson Otts of Sulligent, Alabama, has recently qualified the designation of certified funeral service practitioner (CFSP), by the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice.
For Tyler Klaas it’s been busy lately.
He tied the knot with his wife and opened a restaurant in Starkville, all in two weeks.
“All during a pandemic and a hurricane,” he laughed.
COVID-19 has continued to slash the retail industry since March.
Giggleswick, a gift shop that’s stayed open for 35 years in Starkville, is among the latest casualties in the Golden Triangle.
If you’re stressed and “knead” to get those knots out, there’s a new place in town to help you with just that.
Business brief: International Paper Foundation Awards $70,000 to Area Schools and Nonprofit Groups in 2020
International Paper Company Foundation and International Paper’s Columbus Pulp Mill and Columbus Modified Fiber facilities awarded $70,000 in grants to 23 area educational and nonprofit
Whenever I’m sitting in front of a basket of hot chips and homemade salsa, I always find myself saying “one more” after each bite.
That is the premise behind the new restaurant Uno Mas Tacos and Tequila, which plans to open in Starkville early in 2021.
Columbus, jump on it.
Starting this weekend, kids and kids at heart can start jumping at a new trampoline park.
Business brief: International Paper Columbus Mill’s Golf Tournament raises $60,000 for United Way of Lowndes and Noxubee
COLUMBUS — Eighty golfers and a team of volunteers gathered at Elm Lake Golf Course on Sept. 11 for a day of outdoor fun and
The former Fred’s building downtown and the old Ryan’s restaurant building on Highway 45, both in Columbus, are under contract for potential sale.
Everyone has had to adapt and be flexible during the COVID-19 pandemic. Sometimes you have to just go with the flow and roll with the punches in times like these.
STARKVILLE – BancorpSouth Bank has hired Brad McKenzie as a relationship manager and bank officer in Starkville. In this role, he is responsible for building,
Friendly City Books hopes to open in Columbus in November.
Emily Liner, a 2004 Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science alumna, lived in Washington, D.C., for more than a decade before deciding to move back to the Friendly City.
COLUMBUS — Galloway Chandler McKinney Insurance retains its Best Practices status for the eighth consecutive year, once again becoming a part of an elite group
The movie theater news continues this week.
After closing temporarily in late March, the Columbus Malco is preparing for a Sept. 3 reopening date.
Last week Sarah Dempsey opened her salon in downtown Starkville.
The Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science Foundation Board of Directors has named Keith Gaskin as the next executive director of the MSMS Foundation. Gaskin
By mid-September, there’s going to be a new pumpkin patch in Caledonia.
William Darnell of Darnell Farms, 8989 Wolfe Road, planted about eight acres of pumpkins to prepare for the inaugural Darnell Farms Pumpkin Patch.
WEST POINT — North Mississippi Medical Center-West Point has named Mike Dodson, a registered nurse in the Intensive Care Unit, as the most recent Employee