Six days before Thanksgiving, a turkey came to Caledonia Elementary School.
On Oct. 27, Mike Buehler, noting a chill in the air, turned to his wife, Allison, and asked: "When's Mountain Man getting back from New Mexico? Isn't it about time?" Now, almost a month later, it's a question that still haunts the friends of Chris "Mountain Man" Oswalt.
Georgia-based retail real estate firm Hull Property Group is the new owner of Leigh Mall, according to a deed filed in the Lowndes County Chancery Clerk's Office on Friday.
Georgia-based retail real estate firm Hull Property Group is the new owner of Leigh Mall.
The mother-in-law of a New Hope man killed more than four years ago has been indicted for murder, months after her daughter pleaded guilty in the same case.
Up to six Columbus homes will receive upgrades to make them more energy efficient through a partnership between the Tennessee Valley Authority and Columbus Light and Water.
Stark Aerospace has laid off 25 employees, sources confirmed to The Dispatch on Wednesday.
Tuesday and Wednesday, Greenfield Multistate Trust and Environmental Protection Agency officials invited residents to review concepts for the redevelopment of the former Kerr-McGee site in north Columbus.
The city of Columbus has rolled out two new features of its SeeClickFix program just in time for the holidays.
The Hitching Lot Farmers Market Advisory Board and Main Street Columbus are putting final touches on Saturday's annual Hitching Lot Holiday Market.
A Columbus man will spend 20 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to shooting another man to death outside the Motel 6 two years ago.
City councilmen voted unanimously Tuesday to advertise for bids to begin construction of the second phase of the Sen. Terry Brown Amphitheater.
Columbus police have arrested a Mississippi Highway Patrol officer who is accused of slamming a woman into a car and causing her to hit her head.
Eighty-seven paratroopers landing in trees at Camp Shelby Army Base may sound like bad news. Major Gen. Janson Boyles, adjutant general for the Mississippi Army National Guard, didn't entirely see it that way.
A Columbus woman will spend five years in prison after she pleaded guilty last week to stealing $80,000 from her parents.
New Hope Middle School Principal Sam Allison will get a big promotion Jan. 1.
Funding, whether for pre-kindergarten programs or for the Mississippi Adequate Education Program (MAEP), was the primary topic of concern at the Columbus Lowndes Chamber of Commerce's annual Education Town Hall Monday night.
A Columbus man has been arrested for a reported stabbing Sunday afternoon.
Dancing around on the mat softening the concrete gym floor, Zion Reed awaits his instructions. "One-two," barks his grandfather and trainer, who is moving in front of Reed wearing punching mitts. Reed peppers the mitts with a quick left jab and a hard right.
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