Robert Hamilton, left, and Jesse Wilson, center, watch Saturday afternoon as Daniel Longmire readies to swing into the Buttahatchee at Lawrence Bridge, a popular swimming hole near Caledonia.
One horse was killed and another injured Sunday night when a truck pulling a horse-trailer was struck from behind by another vehicle.
Jacob Craig registered to vote in spring 2015. The Brooksville native and Mississippi State University sophomore plans to vote in his first presidential election this November but said he isn't keen on either of the two major party nominees.
Two Columbus men are facing robbery charges following an early morning incident today at the Motel 6.
On Tuesday, Columbus Police Department will ask residents to come out to show unity against crime.
After two years in command of Columbus Air Force Base, Lt. Col. John "Boris" Nichols is moving on.
John Neil Stanback of Columbus has seen his fair share of yard work.
Bentley Smith, 3, hands his father a wrench to help fix his bicycle Wednesday on Second Avenue North.
When Norma Sanders first learned she had been chosen as an alternate delegate representing Mississippi at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland she was naturally excited.
Sean Hodges had a problem. He was supposed to deliver 3.5 grams of meth to an acquaintance at a Dixie Auto Sales in Lowndes County one night in March.
A small crowd of people, including law enforcement officers and their family members, gathered in front of the Columbus Municipal Complex for a prayer vigil Friday morning.
Lucy Willcutt, 10, right, paints the railings at the Columbus Riverwalk with her sister, Macy Willcutt, 14, and their grandfather Clyde Hollis, of Columbus, on Tuesday.
A little piece of Hollywood is coming to Columbus. Columbus will be the film set to the independent movie "Good Luck, Miss Wyckoff," said Robert Weinbach, the film's producer and screenwriter.
Lowndes County is hoping an unexpected hitch in a planned downtown building demolition doesn't turn into an extended delay.
The Columbus Redevelopment Authority acquired an option to purchase the S.D. Lee Middle School property on Military Road, a move which the Columbus Municipal School District board unanimously approved at a special-called meeting Wednesday.
Construction on Columbus' new Fire Station 4 will soon be underway, after city officials broke ground on Wednesday morning.
Demolition of the Waters Building, located at 530 Second Ave. North, was halted today when the city of Columbus notified Lowndes County, owners of the building, that there were some issues involving the building's historic status.
The Pines and Cady Hill Recovery Center, a division of Community Counseling Services, in partnership with Pine Grove Treatment Center of Hattiesburg, will offer a training session titled "Successful Residential Substance Use Disorder Treatment and Effective Therapeutic Interventions" from 9:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Friday.
Brenda Durrett, local history assistant at the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library, was indexing court documents preserved in the library's archives when she found a case unlike any she or archivist Mona Vance-Ali had ever come across.
The city of Columbus will move forward with the first phase of construction on the Sen. Terry Brown Amphitheater after approving $3.2 million in bids Tuesday evening.
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