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Children's groups such as these Brownies from Aberdeen often appeared on Uncle Bunky's Fun Time television program where they were entertained by his drawings of crazy animals.
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Sales tax revenue in Columbus from May saw a gain of more than $91,000 over May 2013 thanks to out-of-town traffic generated by events held in the city, including the President's Cup soccer tournament and Market Street Festival.
CARF International has announced that AbilityWorks of Columbus has been accredired for a preiod of three years for its Comprehensive Vocational Evaluation Services and Empoyee Development Services.
Joseph Magee, D.C., will begin practice in Columbus this month with Veal Chiropractic Clinic.
It will be September before millage rates for the 2014-15 fiscal year are set in Lowndes County and Columbus, but preliminary tax roll values indicate what the value of each mill will be worth.
The Social Security Administration office in Columbus is back open after closing for repairs in the wake of the April 28 tornadoes that struck Lowndes County.
Hope Community Church music director Jay Armstrong stands outside the old ticket booth of the Varsity Twin cinema in downtown Columbus.
Mayor Robbie Robinson said this week the seafood eatery chain is slated to open in early August, though weather may push that timeframe back, as construction crews have been forced to work around rain recently.
Airbus Helicopters Inc. has partnered with Precision Aviation Services and Government Capital Corp. to provide tax-exempt financing for mission equipment technology upgrades and required major maintenance for law enforcement and government-owned AS350-series helicopters.
Two sisters charged with the stabbing death of a Hamilton man pleaded guilty in Clay County Circuit Court on Monday.
In his Sunday column , Slim Smith writes about the strange phenomenon of people seeing the likeness of a Ku Klux Klansman in the statue atop the Confederate monument on the Lowndes County Court House lawn.
The Golden Triangle Area could potentially see temperatures drop below 60 tonight and Wednesday night, more than 10 degrees below the normal low of 72 and unusually cool for what is typically the hottest portion of the year.
Customers line up at Zachary's in Columbus on Monday to buy food from the Front Door/Back Door Restaurant, which closed earlier this year.
Bryan Williams, of Starkville, stands out in the heat Monday afternoon while observing the construction of the new Hobby Lobby in Columbus.
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Updated: Sun Jul 20, 2014 05:15 am
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