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Local toy drives, fundraisers still short of goals

Posted yesterday in Columbus & Lowndes County

Of the 110 local families in Adopt-a-Family, the United Way of Lowndes County's venture to provide Christmas presents for needy families, only five still need businesses to purchase their Christmas gifts.

County OKs franchise agreement with MaxxSouth

Posted yesterday in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Oktibbeha County could get up to $30,000 per year in additional revenue as a result of a franchise agreement supervisors recently approved with MaxxSouth.

Escaped Mississippi inmate captured after 2 days on the run

Posted yesterday in State

An inmate who escaped his work detail has been captured in Mississippi.

 

William leads Bulldogs on, off court

Posted yesterday in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Nothing Morgan William does surprises Vic Schaefer. Tasked with running the Mississippi State women's basketball program, William has responded with quiet confidence in her first three seasons. No job has been too big for the 5-foot-5 standout from Birmingham, Alabama. Whether it has been pressuring the ball, finding her teammates for open shots, or scoring a career-high 41 points in a giant effort against Baylor in the Elite Eight, William has done it all without calling attention to herself and leading by example.

 

SPORTS

Moorhead hires three assistants, including Shoop as defensive coordinator |

Mississippi State senior Victoria Vivians had 12 points and 10 rebounds Sunday for her first double-double of the season.

MSU's grass roots efforts continue to build following |

Cannizaro likes depth on healthy pitching staff |

A Dispatch Special Report: Lack of stability offers challenge for CMSD athletics |

MTSU men beat Ole Miss |

MSU men improve to 8-0 |

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OPINIONS

Possumhaw: A Christmas tree and two small gifts |

Editorial Cartoon for 12-11-17 |

Charlie Mitchell: True to history, Mississippi both gracious and vicious |

Slim Smith: Happy Birthday, Mississippi |

Ask Rufus: The Columbus landscape of 1817 |

Our View: CMSD must get it right this time |

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LIFESTYLES

Pictured at the Riverwalk Wednesday are, from left, Columbus High School senior Will Waggoner, his grandfather Spencer Waggoner and uncle Neil Waggoner, Amonte Adams, 7, and sister Chloe Adams, 8, with their father, Armondo Adams. Both families have three generations educated in Columbus public schools. Amonte and Chloe are in second- and third-grade at Fairview Elementary School.

A Dispatch Special Report: Two Columbus families look at where we've been, and hope to go |

Southern Gardening: Poinsettias bring Christmas cheer and colors indoors |

MTA, The W to host annual statewide Theatre Festival |

Being Beautiful: Of miniature marshmallows and times gone by |

Identity thieves target children's information |

Playing in the dirt: December tips for green thumbs (and Christmas trees) |

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NATIONAL NEWS

Like Trump, Moore breaking the rules of modern-day politics |

Combative Franken quits, points to GOP tolerance of Trump |

White ex-cop gets 20 years for Walter Scott slaying |

Pearl Harbor survivors in their 90s attend solemn ceremony |

Congress averts shutdown, sends Trump stopgap spending bill |

Keillor: Radio station fired me without full investigation |

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