CAFB parents jailed for neglect of 7-week-old child

Posted yesterday in Columbus & Lowndes County

The parents of a 7-week-old infant have been charged with contributing to the neglect of a child for allegedly not providing it proper medical care.

Capital murder suspects denied bond

Posted yesterday in Columbus & Lowndes County

A Columbus municipal judge denied bond to two capital murder suspects at their initial court appearance Wednesday.

Preparing for winter: Local companies push pre-winter heat system checks, weatherization

Posted yesterday in Columbus & Lowndes County

It may be early fall, but those in the business of providing heating to homes are already thinking winter.

Business Moves with Mary: Cook Out makes headway in Columbus

Posted yesterday in Business

The long-awaited Cook Out project in Columbus has finally begun. Demolition of the old Immanuel Baptist Church property is underway, and restaurant construction at the site should begin shortly after.



Kathy Scott, Columbus site manager, speaks to employees about the new owner of its chemical plant, previously known as AkzoNobel Thursday morning. The Carlyle Group purchased the specialty chemical companies now known as Nouryon.

Private equity group buys AkzoNobel, changes name to Nouryon |

Business brief: Krieger awarded |

Business brief: Bell receives Employee of the Quarter |

Building permits 10-18-18 |

Narcotics agent: Trooper killed was in official capacity |

Mississippi ex-alderman gets 7 years on child porn charge |

Two arrested for capital murder in weekend homicide |

Annual MUW career fair draws 21 employers |

Council suspends three public works employees |

Killing it with kindness: How a consultant found success in business by being kind, establishing boundaries |



Starkville approves Pleasant Acres bid |

Murder charge for grandmother after toddler found in oven |

Lowndes County sportsplex gets green light |

CLW weighs offering phone, internet service |

Oktibbeha to pave all of Longview Road |

Community Garden to rely on MSU staff, students and 'farmbots' |

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MSU Mailbag: Run-pass balance, the SEC teleconference, freshmen and more |

Caledonia High School senior running back JeDarius Gore scores the gameís first touchdown Friday night against Pontotoc.

Caledonia can clinch playoff berth with win over Amory |

Christmann helps anchor special teams unit at MSU |

Bibby ready to make strides in second season with Bulldogs |

Starkville returns home to face Murrah in region play |

Trust has been key ingredient for Caledonia High School volleyball team |

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Our View: With cool weather coming, now is the time to check on vulnerable neighbors |

Editorial cartoon for 10-18-18 |

Leonard Pitts: Young people, the GOP is scared of you |

Slimantics: At long last, I'm a quitter |

Voice of the people: Lee Roy Lollar, Jr. |

Patrick Buchanan: Should US-Saudi alliance be saved? |

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Larry Box of Starkville dips Brunswick stew from a 50-gallon pot Saturday at the Oktoc Country Store event south of Starkville. Fellow volunteers Austin Check and Mike Lightsey keep the stew stirred. The annual fall fest is organized by the Oktoc Community Club and Oktoc Garden Club.

An Oktoc tradition: Brunswick stew is just one highlight of this day in the country |

A meaty bistro classic tart that is as refined as it is rich |

Our turkey meatloaf offers a lighter take on the classic |

Stout beer adds richness to this gingerbread bundt cake |

These creamy scalloped potatoes boast a browned, cheesy crust |

You're not alone: Cancer support groups want to make a difference |

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Baby born after Michael starts life in Walmart parking lot |

Tornadoes are spinning up farther east in US, study finds |

The Amazon of its day, Sears' woes were years in the making |

Puppeteer who played Big Bird on 'Sesame Street' retiring |

New accusation of police wrongdoing in Weinstein case |

US, South African farmers cry fowl over Trump metal tariffs |

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