A Columbus woman arrested in 2006 and charged with violating a Mississippi Health Department quarantine was sentenced during the current term of the Lowndes County Circuit Court.
Early this morning, the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library had not yet opened, but already a small crowd had gathered, patiently waiting to enter.
MERIDIAN -- A New Hampshire man injured Feb. 10 when his horse-drawn recreational vehicle was struck by an 18-wheeler on Highway 45 South is expected to be released from the hospital within the next few days, according to hospital authorities.
Youth Challenge founder faces charges of embezzling $1.1M
A Mississippi shrimp boat captain, tired of seeing profits and jobs go overseas, is preparing to embark on a mission to educate the public about Mississippi seafood.
While a salmonella outbreak connected to peanut products continues to have the nation in a frenzy, representatives from the peanut industry say caution, not panic, is the best path. “The integrity of the peanut has never been called into question,” said Don Self, who serves on the National Peanut Board.
The trial for Columbus Police Department Assistant Chief Joe Johnson’s racial discrimination lawsuit against the city, which was scheduled to start Monday, has been continued until January of 2010. In January of this year, Johnson’s attorney, Jim Waide, filed a
“Have it your way” and synonymous sayings seem to be the slogans of choice for fast-food restaurants.
MUW professors come up short in light-hearted contest against New Hope students
Lowndes County Tax Assessor Greg Andrews may be under investigation by the Mississippi Ethics Commission over concerns of his wife, Alicia, working at the county tax office.
Columbus schools stand to gain $3.2 million; Noxubee County still faces shortfall
MUW faculty, staff to battle wits against New Hope students for charity
In the wake of an accident on Highway 45 last week that injured the driver of a horse-drawn wagon and killed two horses, nearby residents have one request of truckers and others using the four-lane roadway. Slow down.
1. Update: Pumps delivered to Oktibbeha County Lake Dam; installation to begin Friday night STARKVILLE & OKTIBBEHA COUNTY
2. Pumps reducing water level at Oktibbeha Lake STARKVILLE & OKTIBBEHA COUNTY
3. 'One big old family': Neighborhood near Oktibbeha County Lake has long history of unity, fellowship STARKVILLE & OKTIBBEHA COUNTY
4. Anti-bullying program helps link Caledonia fourth-graders in atmosphere of kindness COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY