Hosemann to visit Lowndes County on Voter Registration Day

Posted yesterday in Columbus & Lowndes County

In June, just 13.5 percent of registered voters went to the polls in the primary elections, and Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann seems to have taken it personally.

Analysis: Public retirement plan pressure won't end soon

Posted yesterday in State

Mississippi's public pension system got a particularly unwelcoming reception last week when its leaders told legislators to budget for higher pension contributions.




Demontrell Lowe

Arrest report 9-24-18 |

Ole Miss: Donor wants his name removed after 'racial' post |

SHS student hit by vehicle |

'Fact-finders and decision-makers': Voters will choose judges ruling on family issues in Nov. 6 election |

Peco Foods holds job fair at EMCC |

Man busted for marijuana trafficking |

Starkville police arrest man for fleeing officers |

Retrial set for man accused in woman's burning death |

Mississippi casino revenue rises as sports betting begins |

Miss. officials urge safety after road worker injuries |



Ole Miss faculty ask donor to remove name after racial post |

Learning to lead: Mayor's Youth Council boasts record 54 members this year |

Delay of school rating approval blindsides local districts |

Starkville looking to change panhandling law |

Main Street Association lauds year of downtown growth |

Ole Miss could distance itself from donor over racist post |

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Former Starkville High School standout Natrone Brooks brings down a Northeast Mississippi Community College ball carrier while playing for Copiah-Lincoln Community College.

Former Starkville High standout Brooks making plays at Copiah-Lincoln Community College |

Players of Week: Crawford, Cork help West Lowndes start region win streak |

Moorhead expects team to keep emotions in check for Florida |

MSU women's soccer earns first national ranking in advance of Florida match Friday |

MSU women's basketball team set to open practice Thursday |

5 Questions: Florida beat writer Nick de la Torre |

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Voice of the people: Joseph and Priscilla Ammerman |

Voice of the people: Lee Roy Lollar, Jr. |

Editorial cartoons for 9-24-18 |

Patrick Buchanan: Has Russia given up on the West? |

Steve Chapman: On Kavanaugh, does the Senate want the truth? |

Possumhaw: A walk in the dark |

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Sheila Kay Adams, left, and Gene Tagaban

Tell us a story: Master storytellers tickle funny bones and tug heartstrings |

Columbus Art Walk Downtown Thursday is Top 20 Event |

Bring a chair, and even dinner, for 'Oedipus' this week |

Community Calendar for the week of September 23, 2018 |

Out There for the week of September 23, 2018 |

The Hon. Kenneth Griffis to speak at The W Thursday |

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New sexual-misconduct accusation rocks Kavanaugh nomination |

As aid checks go out, farmers worry bailout won't be enough |

US considers limit on green cards for immigrants on benefits |

Will Bill Cosby, 81, go to prison? Judge is set to decide |

US, China hike tariffs as trade row intensifies |

Florence: Severe flooding feared near South Carolina coast |

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