LCSD lets students switch from virtual to in-person learning mid-semester

Posted yesterday in Columbus & Lowndes County

Roughly 20 percent of students who originally signed up for virtual learning at Lowndes County School District will be back in their classrooms by Oct. 12, Superintendent Sam Allison said Friday

Blackjack, Poor House roads receive state funding for construction

Posted yesterday in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

The long-delayed Blackjack Road repair project will receive its final portion of funding from the state after the Oktibbeha County supervisors unanimously voted to accept $500,000 in general obligation bonds at a special-call meeting Friday.

Swashbuckled: Mississippi State shocks No. 6 LSU in Baton Rouge

Posted yesterday in College Sports

In the first game of the Mike Leach era, the Bulldogs navigated their air raid offense to a decisive victory over the Tigers.

Teaching hands-on skills in a hands-off world

Posted yesterday in Community

Like teachers everywhere, Jackie Shows spent the summer nervously wondering what fall semester would look like and how to prepare for it.



Police seek suspects in drug store burglaries

Art Council goes 'outside the walls' during pandemic

Oktibbeha first responders team up for dog rescue

Work on Wolfe Road bridge expected to finish by end of year

New pumpkin patch prepares to open in Caledonia

Business Moves with Mary: Former Fred's, Ryan's buildings in Columbus under contract

Local students have voice in education policy

Macon municipal clerk charged with embezzlement

Arrest report for 9-24-20

Mississippi gov: Don't let politics hinder virus vaccination



Wright, Chism head to runoff in District 37 House race

Williams, Yates earn spots in runoff for state Senate seat

Many voters felt comfortable, safe casting ballots in person Tuesday

Base commander: Space Force formed to protect American satellites, other interests in space

Community leaders discuss workplace racism in second 'Let's Talk Columbus' meeting

Attorneys: Mississippi gov properly vetoed parts of bills

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Thirty-four points Saturday night aside, MSU held an offense that, albeit boasted ample new faces, were world-beaters a season ago at bay.

In game surrounded by uncertainty, Mississippi State defense assures its place under Zach Arnett

Garrick Hodge: Bulldogs play spoiler to LSU banner celebration, create special day of their own

Bulldog Bullets: Costello, Bulldogs pull off miracle in Baton Rouge, take down No. 6 LSU

Prep football roundup: Starkville earns big road win at South Panola

'The greatest feeling': Columbus girls basketball team holds ring ceremony during football game against New Hope

Columbus offense kicks into gear in district win over New Hope

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Partial to Home: A deadly silence

Roses and thorns: 9/27/20

Mona Charen: It's not about principles

Cartoonist View: 9/27/20

Brett Kittredge: The ability to work from home is more important than ever

Patrick J. Buchanan: All the chips are on the table now

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Designs for fall, ag scholarships and slow cooker meals

Night-blooming cereus is a good reason to keep late watch in the garden.

Felder Rushing: A nighttime showstopper

MSU aims to increase K-12 agricultural literacy with 'Farm to Classroom' initiative

Gary Bachman: Plant crotons for fall foliage color

Bake it for breakfast

Foods to fuel families

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GOP senators see political, principle gain in court fight

Dismay over Breonna Taylor spills into America's streets

Court fight adds to pile of issues weighing on voters

Americans load up on candy, trick or treat -- or not

Beta continues slow trek, bringing rain to several Southern states

Long lines of mourners pay respects to Ginsburg at court

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