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Wednesday, August 12, 2020

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Potholes on private property remain an issue in Columbus

Many people blame the city for the problem - believing the city is responsible for the repairs.

First-hand look on the daily routine of Oktibbeha County EMA Director

Kristen Campanella took over as director of the Oktibbeha County emergency management department three years ago.

MSU, EMCC sign MOU that will allow career technical students to transfer credits

At EMCC, students enrolled in technical education programs could only go as high as an associate's degree.

Local promoters and venue staff discuss putting on safe, entertaining events

Communication from the moment a promoter pitched an idea to the end of the event - also helped build successful events.

New culinary arts facility in the works at Mississippi University for Women campus

Mark Ellard, VP for administration and CFO for the university, said the new facility will have many new features.

Starkville mayor a master in the social media game

STARKVILLE, Miss. (WCBI) --  Starkville Mayor Lynn Spruill has embraced social media since day one. She finds it a good way to keep in touch...

MSU student sinks $5,000 half court shot; sparks controversy

It was a shock to Alex Howell who said he's seen this scenario happen before.

Former Starkville police officer to go to trial for exploitation of a child charge

The judge Monday morning denied a plea deal and has sent this case to trial due to the discrepancies on Jordan knowing the victim's age at the time.

Officials in Columbus working to fix pothole issues in the city

Price said the holes in Columbus' roads have been an issue for some time, and he hopes city officials address this problem soon.

#GirlDad: MSU coach and daughter reflect on times on the basketball court

The hashtag Girl Dad is trending right now, but the love from the tributes and pictures started years ago for most fathers and daughters.

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