A Boil Water Notice for members of the Lampton Water Association in Columbia who live on the West end of Rankin Road, until further notice.
Among the parties, parades and fireworks, it is easy to get caught up in Independence Day festivities. According to AAA, 44.2 million people are expected to travel over the Fourth of July Weekend, more Americans than ever before. With more motorists on the road this year, the Mississippi Department... Read More.
The Lampton Water Association of Columbia has issued a boil water notice for it’s members who live on Odom Lane, Friendship Church Road, Columbia Purvis Rod, Quail Lane, Lampton Hilltop Road, Robert Baggett Road and Dukes Lane due to a recent power outage at the plant. This boil water... Read More.
Monday, January 30 at 5:30pm in the high school library parents and guardians are encouraged to attend Health and Wellness Matters! Focusing on parents’ health and wellness, Mississippi Department of Public Health will be providing health tips and free health screenings (blood pressure, glucose, and BMI). Refreshments will be... Read More.
While some of these on the list can harm dogs directly, others will build up toxins over time. Best bet is to avoid all on this list. 1. Alcohol Causes weakness, vomiting, dangerously low blood pressure, coma and death in pets. 2. Apple, Apricot, Cherry and Plum Seeds/Pits... Read More.
There will be a community blood drive on Tuesday, November 1st at the Colonial Funeral Home in Columbia. The bloodmobile will be there from 3:00 until 6:30pm and donors will receive a free t-shirt while supplies last. If you would like to make an appointment, go to www.bloodhero.com (sponsor... Read More.
The State Health Department has confirmed a case of West Nile Virus in Jefferson Davis County. The MSDH suggests the following precautions to protect yourself and your environment from mosquito-borne illnesses: -Use mosquito repellant with an EPA registered ingredient when you are outdoors. -Remove all sources of standing water... Read More.