The Dispatch has launched a new department in hopes of increasing community-involvement in the Golden Triangle.
Adam Minichino, longtime sports editor for The Dispatch, has accepted a communications specialist position at Mississippi University for Women’s Public Affairs office.
Scott Walters has been named sports editor for The Dispatch.
An antebellum house in north Columbus is slated to be demolished.
The Dispatch has submitted a public records complaint to the Mississippi Ethics Commission against the Columbus-Lowndes Convention and Visitors Bureau alleging the CVB failed to provide requested payroll documents and excessively charged the newspaper for what was provided.
The Commercial Dispatch took home 16 awards, including five first place prizes, from the Mississippi Press Association Better Newspaper Contest luncheon Saturday in New Orleans.
Hannah Greco has joined The Dispatch staff as local government reporter for Columbus and Lowndes County.
Poll results for posterity: Dispatch displays board once used to inform public of election results in real-time
Over the decades, the way news is processed, packaged and delivered has evolved — from newspapers to radio to TV and, now, social media.
The Mississippi Supreme Court has granted The Dispatch’s motion of substitution in an ongoing open meetings complaint case against the city of Columbus.
Angel Coker has joined The Dispatch staff as news editor.