Today's Top Stories

A 17-year-old from Dallas loves visiting Red Bluff when her family comes back to Marion County, but she was disturbed by the amount of trash at the popular hiking destination.

So Macy Sherman did something about it.

The Columbia 10U Angels softball squad battled to a tie for third place with Yazoo City at the state tournament in Magee.

“We played pretty well,” assistant coach Todd Pounds said. “It was a great season.”

The Columbia 12u boys fought hard but came up just short at the state tournament in Brookhaven this weekend.

Two losses to Lincoln County led to elimination of the Duckworth 12U all-stars from the state tournament, but their head coach says he’s proud of their effort and third-place finish.

Columbia 10u all-stars clinch spot at World Series in North Carolina

The Columbia 10u boys all-stars triumphed in their state tournament Tuesday, overcoming several weather delays on their path to their fourth state championship.

William Breland has a lot to be thankful for.

Woman survives fall at Red Bluff


A photographer trying to get an angle on a shot survived an incredible fall at Red Bluff Sunday.

Carmen Reid, 31, of Ellisville tumbled an estimated 175 feet around 6 p.m., according to Morgantown Volunteer Fire Chief Krae Morgan. She was able to walk away but was later diagnosed with a broken vertebra at a hospital.

Fire Report: May 3, 2018


Editor’s Note: Information printed in the “Fire Report” comes via the responding department(s). The Columbian-Progress will correct any errors. Call Editor Charlie Smith at (601) 736-2611 to request a correction or clarification.


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