Super Troopers actor Erik Stolhanske will make an appearance at the third Golden Triangle Comic Con on Aug. 18.
Between 20 and 30 students at Columbus Middle School watched as the pilot on the screen before them flew out over the landscape and pointed the nose of his plane toward the sky.
Of the eight years Rachel George opened her home, Baskerville Manor on Third Street North, to guests for Columbus Pilgrimage home tours, she thinks this year is the best she's seen.
Kirk Gayle said everywhere he goes in Columbus, he sees death.
Stakeholders who gave their input on the search for Columbus Municipal School District's next superintendent say the board should choose someone who can improve staff morale, retain teachers, improve the district's flagging image and engage more with the entire community.
The Air Force Thunderbirds will not appear at Wings Over Columbus later this month.
Mississippi State University Associate Professor Cindy Bethel and New Hope Elementary teacher Jennifer Caldwell hope to soon set up a play date for two robots.
All Tamara "Pipes" Murck has is her guitar, her clothes, her sleeping bag, her spare tire and her hatchback, which she and her friend James "Hippie Jimmie" MacDougall are using to travel around the country.
Authorities with Lowndes County Sheriff's Office and Columbus Fire and Rescue were searching a pond Wednesday off Armistad Road after the discovery of the second human bone found in the area in a month.
The 78th Columbus Spring Pilgrimage, featuring tours of 14 antebellum homes and multiple arts events, kicks off tonight with the annual crawfish boil and live music at the old Elks Lodge on Main Street across from the Tennessee Williams Home.
The 4-year-old girl peering over the table laid out with sandwiches, chips and bottles of water had only one question for the men manning the food stand on 14th Avenue North Monday afternoon: How much?
About 1,000 people -- primarily educators and staff from Lowndes County School District and Mississippi University for Women -- were silent as they watched what appeared to be surveillance footage of two teenage boys armed with long guns stalking the hallways of a school.
The Multistate Trust responsible for handling the clean-up and redevelopment of the former Kerr-McGee property in north Columbus has invited the public to share their ideas about how the site could be put to use in the future.
A female juvenile has been arrested in connection with social media posts in February threatening New Hope schools.
When Martha Mims was a little girl, she used to go every spring with her mother, grandmother and aunt to Mt. Pleasant Methodist Church near Caledonia for "church cleaning day."
At a meeting of the Columbus Exchange Club Thursday, Columbus Municipal School District Board president Jason Spears said the biggest challenge facing the board is finding ways community members can get involved with the school district.
A Clay County man will spend 25 years in prison for sexually abusing children.
Camp Pratt may have a new owner, but the Frank P. Phillips YMCA in Columbus will still host a day camp for children this summer -- it'll just be downtown instead of 25 miles away.
Mississippi Highway Patrol Trooper Wade Jones loves what he does.
A Mississippi Department of Education investigation into Columbus Municipal School District's special education programs decisively found the district is failing to adequately educate and accommodate its SPED students.
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