The stands at Walter Payton Field at Gardner Stadium were packed Wednesday as the Columbia High School Marching Wildcats performed.
(This week The Columbian-Progress spotlights Columbia Elementary School interventionist Abigail Arnold.)
Q: When and where were you born?
A: I was born in Decatur, Ala., on Sept. 18, 1979.
Q: Where did you attend school?
The Mississippi Court of Appeals this week unanimously rejected a request for post-conviction relief from a Marion County man serving a life sentence for two murders.
Terrell Bass, 66, had claimed he received ineffective counsel from public defenders, his guilty plea was involuntary and his indictment was defective.
Two-yard dumpsters may be a thing of the past in Columbia.
After a recent proposed 11.33 percent cost increase to the city, the Board of Aldermen and officials from Waste Pro discussed options to obtain more reasonable costs to haul the city’s trash.
Each year, Marion County receives a great return on investment for its money from the Southern Mississippi Planning and Development District, according to the agency’s director.
Leonard Bentz was in Columbia Monday speaking with members of the Marion County Board of Supervisors.
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Monday, Sept. 25