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Area college students adjust to online classes

Ole Miss just finished its first week of transitioning to online classes after an extended spring break.

Area counselor speaks on balancing physical and mental health

COVID-19 is a threat to our physical health, but the forced isolation can also have an effect on our emotional health.

Lupus survivor explains the importance of social distancing

Rachel Harbour was enjoying her freshman year of college. All of that changed on Sept 22, 2017, when she was diagnosed with lupus.

Oxford schools provide free lunches to area children

Some students depend on schools for daily meals. That's why many schools are coming together to ensure that families have meals until class is back in session.

Locals Celebrate International Women’s Day

More than 24% of women make up national government leadership positions. From holding political positions to being a team player, and even being a mother-- Women do it all.

Spring cleaning can make a difference

When you're thinking of tossing your items out, maybe you can think about if they can go on to have a second life with someone else.

Area youth celebrate local African American leaders for Black History program

It is the last day of Black History month and the Helping hands 4-H club put on a program honoring those who came before us, but they did it with a twist.

The role locally black-owned restaurants play in North Mississippi

"It was a dream for me and my goal was to set out to do just what my dream was,” said Mama Jo.

Columbus gas stations see profit from lottery ticket sales

That store already was a hot spot in downtown Columbus for gas and quick snacks. Lottery tickets just give shoppers another reason to go in. 

Civil Rights trailblazer speaks at Black History Month program in Golden Triangle

Dr. Meredith became one of the faces of integration in the early 1960s and a symbol to a generation of Civil Rights workers.

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