In times of crisis, it is important not to panic, but instead focus energy on a clear-eyed view of the circumstances with an emphasis on solutions.
It’s been almost a year since COVID-19 arrived in our community. It’s been a tough year for all of us, and even with the arrival
When finally completed, at a date yet to be known, the Terry Brown Amphitheater will be a concert facility capable of seating of audience of 3,000.
Two seemingly unrelated events in the Golden Triangle this week should call attention to a topic that is far more controversial than it should be.
That’s a question that has been bubbling just beneath the surface at The Mississippi University for Women for nearly four decades.
For almost 50 years, there’s been a debate about whether or not marijuana is a gateway drug.
More and more, public opinion suggests it isn’t, even as studies continue to produce mixed results on the question.
In the 1950s, CBS television offered viewers one of the first game shows, “The $64,00 Question,” where contestants answered trivia questions for prize money.
Today in Columbus, we have The $3.5 Million Question and there’s nothing trivial about it.
The city of Starkville is in the midst of a heated debate as it attempts to adjust its code to accommodate an emerging business — short-term rentals in residential communities such as Airbnb — while protecting the interests of home-owners in those neighborhoods.
Let’s get it right the first time.
Between now and the end of the year, the Lowndes County School District Board of Trustees will do something it has never done before: select a superintendent of schools.
Like a visitor who overstays his welcome, the unrelenting summer of 2019 stubbornly remains – temperatures consistently hitting the mid-90s without much relief in sight even as we approach mid-September.