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
WEST POINT — Jordan W. Steele, D.O., has joined West Point Medical Clinic and Urgent Care. Dr. Steele attended Itawamba Community College and earned a
The Tuesday Morning store in Columbus is officially closing.
Earlier this year, that national chain announced it declared bankruptcy due to financial hardships during the COVID-19 pandemic.
BankFirst Financial Services welcomes Matt Legg as senior vice president, director of finance. Legg will be responsible for managing the Bank’s financial forecasting and implementing
BankFirst Financial Services welcomes Lee Seago as chief risk officer. He will be responsible for implementing and ensuring the Bank’s strategic growth plan by identifying
Students returning to school this fall may finally find a sense of normality in their classroom routines and reunite with familiar faces. But the back-to-school season may also bring stress for many students as they worry about their academic performance and afterschool programs, area counselors say. Parents can help kids cope with it through effective communications.
Last year, as a junior at the Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science, Clare Seo stayed up late often, working on research papers or studying for tests. Meanwhile, she remembers, the school’s seniors merely had to touch up their college applications before hanging out with friends or going to bed early.
With uncertainty surrounding public and private schools alike in the Golden Triangle this fall, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, homeschooling could be a real option for parents. No stranger to being new to a different learning method, Columbus resident Michelle Remson started homeschooling her two children last year.
Until the social distancing directive from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is lifted, “normal operations” for schools are a thing of the past, Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District Superintendent Eddie Peasant said on the district website. It’s true for school districts both locally and nationwide as they make plans to try to keep students, teachers and staff at a safe distance from each other in buildings and on buses. Public health data changes daily, so districts have to make adjustments on the fly if needed.
Months before opening, Jimmy Sherrod already started building his clientele for his new restaurant.
In fact, you’ve probably seen cars and customers lining up at a mobile food unit at 2526 Main St. on Fridays and Saturdays.
Lisa Halverson’s dream is coming to fruition.
By August, Halverson will officially open her new storefront, Mudd Dobbers Vintage Shop, in Columbus.
COLUMBUS — BankFirst Financial Services promoted Jennifer James to First Vice President, Senior Credit Officer. James will be responsible for providing support and ensuring the