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Caledonians fume over rates despite 'adjustment'

Posted 7/5/2012 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Caledonia residents are beginning to feel the impact of a water and sewer rate hike which went into effect June 1, but limited relief for some may be on the way.

 

 

Miss. black lawmakers support Medicaid expansion

Posted 7/5/2012 in State

Black lawmakers in Mississippi say they support an expansion of the Medicaid program as part of the federal health care overhaul.

 

 

Business brief: Cox designated specialist

Posted 7/5/2012 in Business

John W. Cox, M.D., has been designated as a specialist in clinical hypertension by the American Society of Hypertension.

 

 

Marriages and divorces 7-5-12

Posted 7/5/2012 in Business

 

 

Research provides help in battle against domestic violence

Posted 7/3/2012 in Area

A recent study conducted by the Columbus Police Department will be used to combat domestic violence. The research project, created through the office of Chief Selvain McQueen, shows more than 100 domestic violence cases have been reported in Columbus between January and July.

 

 

Farmers' Market earns state certification

Posted 7/3/2012 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Columbus' Hitching Lot Farmers' Market again was certified by the Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce. The market was certified as part of the Mississippi Certified Farmers' Market Program, which was launched by the MDAC as a way to recognize the growing number of farmers' markets across the state.

 

Hood reaps what he sews: Columbus native and ex-soldier found his niche as upholsterer

Posted 7/3/2012 in Columbus & Lowndes County

For a young Mississippi soldier on furlough, the sign in a Kansas City shop window was tantalizing. Who could resist cracking the door ever so slightly, peering inside this strange world that beckoned? He was planning to re-enlist, but it wouldn't hurt to see if the sign's prescient promise held merit. "Your future is in upholstery," the poster in the window boldly asserted, and for Willie Hood, that proved to be true.

The Kid's speech: Starkville's Xu gets national exposure in Huffington Post

After he gave his graduation speech, Brian Xu quietly walked back to his seat on the front row. It was only after he sat down that the crowd in Humphrey Coliseum burst into applause, eventually rising to a standing ovation for the Starkville High School valedictorian.

Burn Ban Issued for Lowndes County

Posted 7/3/2012 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Ban issued until July 31

 

Lowndes County schools seek to achieve unitary status

Posted 7/3/2012 in Columbus & Lowndes County

In 1954, the United States Supreme Court handed down its landmark ruling which declared school segregation unconstitutional, but desegregation came slowly in Mississippi, with many districts -- including Lowndes County -- not achieving complete integration until placed under court order to do so in 1970.

 

Dry conditions, fireworks: hazardous mix

Posted 7/3/2012 in Area

Fireworks have become almost synonymous with Independence Day; they are bright, colorful, loud and conjure images of "the bombs bursting in air" made famous in our National Anthem. But dry conditions this year may put a damper on some of the celebrations.

 

Events set for 4th Celebration

Two local cities are gearing up with the rest of the nation to celebrate the nation's independence on Wednesday.

 

 

Covin makes court appearance on child abuse charges

A former childcare worker had her trial pushed to September 20 during her initial appearance Monday in Starkville Municipal Court.

 

 

No fireworks at Oktibbeha Supervisors meeting

Monday's Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors meeting was more about house-keeping than anything else, with the debate regarding the possible sale of the Oktibbeha County Hospital almost going unmentioned. Almost.

 

 

EMCC outlines ambitious plans for Lowndes supes

Posted 7/3/2012 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Citing an increase in enrollment and antiquated buildings, Dr. Rick Young, President of East Mississippi Community College, Monday presented the school's strategic plan for the Golden Triangle Campus at Mayhew to the Lowndes County Board of Supervisors.

 

Columbus Police make arrest in church burglary

Posted 7/3/2012 in Columbus & Lowndes County

The Columbus Police Department has arrested one suspect and is looking for another in connection with the burglary of a local church.

Monday profile: Moulds' career switch lands her in district attorney's office

Posted 7/2/2012 in Area

Katie Moulds was contemplating attending medical school after graduating with a bachelor of science degree in microbiology from Mississippi State University, but a summer internship changed her career course forever.

 

Aldermen consider zoning amendment

Other than holding two public hearings on Tuesday night, the Starkville Board of Aldermen meeting will likely be uneventful. The board will hold its second public hearing on amending the zoning ordinance for rebuilding requirements on damaged non-conforming residential buildings. Ward 6 Alderman Roy A. Perkins first brought the proposed amendment to the board during their June 5 meeting, and had it's first public hearing June 19.

 

Baptist unveils new physical therapy center

Posted 7/2/2012 in Columbus & Lowndes County

The new outpatient physical therapy center may be smaller, but that just makes it better, staff members at Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle said Friday as they celebrated the project's completion during an open house reception.

 

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