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Harris convicted in 2010 shooting death; receives life

Posted 9/8/2013 in Columbus & Lowndes County

A Columbus man was sentenced to life in prison after a jury found him guilty of murder Friday morning. Ranzino Ahmad Harris, 25, was convicted in the 2010 shooting death of Justin Murray on Schoolhouse Avenue.

City, county hoping to lure Link-recommended Project Cumulus

Starkville and Oktibbeha County officials are working to deliver a Golden Triangle Development Link-backed project, an almost-$20 million investment for data processing, to the Thad Cochran Research Park.

Longtime MUW art professor dies

Posted 9/8/2013 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Elizabeth "Betty" Jane Dice, whose tenure as an art professor at Mississippi University for Women spanned nearly 40 years, died August 22. She was 94.


Army brings mobile tech lab to West Lowndes

Posted 9/8/2013 in Columbus & Lowndes County

West Lowndes High School students experienced real world scenarios when they toured a mobile technology lab Friday.


Arrests made in West Point burglary

Posted 9/8/2013 in Area

The Clay County Sheriff's Department has arrested two individuals in connection with a home burglary that occurred on Aug. 29 on Mhoon Valley Road in Western Clay County.

Arrest report: 9-8-13

Posted 9/8/2013 in Area


Zimmerman's wife seeks life insurance policy, dogs

Posted 9/8/2013 in National



Mississippi news weekly ceasing publication

Posted 9/8/2013 in State



Court stops judge from undoing rape sentence

Posted 9/8/2013 in National



Car prices hit record as buyers load up on options

Posted 9/8/2013 in National



Former Adolf Hitler bodyguard dies at 96

Posted 9/8/2013 in National



G20 push big companies to pay more taxes

Posted 9/8/2013 in National



Kidnapper said police missed chance in 2004

Posted 9/8/2013 in National



Democrats facing divide over strike on Syria

Posted 9/7/2013 in National



Family income not a factor as students eat free

Posted 9/7/2013 in National


Historic commission tables bus shelter request

Posted 9/6/2013 in Columbus & Lowndes County

They like the idea of public buses. They don't like the idea of bus stop shelters at the intersection of Fifth and Main streets. That's what downtown business owners and residents told the Columbus Historic Preservation Commission during a meeting Thursday. The commission was considering a request from Lawrence Transit System to construct four shelters at that intersection, as well as one at the intersection of 12th and College streets.


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