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Judge's abortion law ruling hailed as victory by both sides

Posted 7/14/2012 in State

The future of Mississippi's only clinic where women can get an abortion remains unclear after a federal judge's ruling in a closely watched court case.


Supes turn attention to public, private eyesores

Posted 7/14/2012 in Columbus & Lowndes County

After receiving updates on county property owners' efforts to clean up their properties, the Lowndes County Board of Supervisors Friday unanimously voted to clean up one of the county's.


Link completes revenue-sharing deal with West Point, Clay County

Posted 7/14/2012 in Area

The Columbus-Lowndes Development Link is moving forward with plans to recruit industry for West Point and Clay County, securing a deal earlier this week to obtain 10 percent of the resulting tax revenues, with the remaining 90 percent divided between West Point and Clay.



Two West Nile virus cases reported in state

Posted 7/14/2012 in State

The state's first two human cases of West Nile virus have been reported for 2012.



Committees formed to examine unilateral county economic development

Posted 7/13/2012 in Area

Oktibbeha County poised to join Lowndes and Clay counties in a joint development partnership


Brigham makes quiet exit from MUW

Posted 7/13/2012 in Columbus & Lowndes County

In the end, Allegra Brigham got her way. When she stepped down as interim president at Mississippi University for Women in December, she had hoped to leave with no fanfare. Instead, she was feted with a surprise party.

Highway 45's 'Misery Mile' emphasizes need for bypass

Posted 7/13/2012 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Although it only covers a mile or so, the stretch of Highway 45 from the intersection of Bluecutt Road to the Highway 82 exit is the most traveled section of road in Lowndes County. On average, 9.1 million motor vehicles travel that stretch of road each year. That also translates into heavy congestion and accidents.

Happy Friday the 13th!

Posted 7/13/2012 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

It's safe to say Mississippi State University football coach Dan Mullen is not a paraskevidekatriaphobic -- someone afraid of Friday the 13th. His attitude on the day has been heavily influenced by two compelling factors: Canon and Breelyn Mullen.

'Keep OCH' meeting draws overflow crowd

Posted 7/13/2012 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

For the second time this week, an overflow audience gathered to hear discussion about the future of the Oktibbeha County Hospital Regional Medical Center. On Monday, a crowd packed the County Courthouse to listen to a discussion of the options available, chief among them a sale of the county-owned hospital.


Immanuel Christian has its own 'Extreme Make-over'

Posted 7/13/2012 in Columbus & Lowndes County

The name fit the school perfectly, but that was just about the only place it fit. With five words, 39 letters and 13 syllables, "Immanuel Center for Christian Education" was a mouthful to say and a handful to write. Filling out official forms, with their cramped text boxes and narrow columns, required the dexterity of a contortionist. Its acronym, ICCE, was equally a tongue-twister.



Sounds of Summer postponed until next Thursday

Posted 7/12/2012 in Columbus & Lowndes County



Cadence president: Lay-offs don't mean change of commitment

Posted 7/12/2012 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Since a merger within the parent company last year, Cadence Bank has experienced substantial growth across the board, and President Mark Abernathy said despite a layoff announcement for its Starkville operations center, he expects this growth to continue.


'Read Across Columbus' helps keep kids on positive track

Posted 7/12/2012 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Glenda Buckhalter has heard the statistics. As the Columbus Police Department's public information officer, she's intimately aware of the correlation between illiteracy, dropout rates and juvenile crime.


Judge continues to block Mississippi abortion law

Posted 7/12/2012 in State

A federal judge on Wednesday continued to block a state law that threatens to shut down Mississippi's only abortion clinic and make it nearly impossible for women to get the procedure in the state.



Forbes gives plug to state, Golden Triangle

Posted 7/12/2012 in Area

Mississippi manufacturing is getting national media attention and Forbes magazine was correct in noting Mississippi has a future as "a new American manufacturing center," agreed Columbus-Lowndes Development Link CEO Joe Higgins.



Columbus beautification efforts enhance image, quality of life, says mayor

Posted 7/12/2012 in Columbus & Lowndes County

A beautification project for the City of Columbus is nearing completion. Weather permitting, the new "Welcome to Columbus" sign located on Highway 82 East is expected to be completed by week's end, said Mayor Robert Smith.



Early-morning fire destroys vacant home

Posted 7/12/2012 in Columbus & Lowndes County

An early morning fire gutted a vacant home today, despite efforts from Columbus Fire and Rescue to combat the blaze.


Business brief: Martin promoted

Posted 7/12/2012 in Business

Lydia Martin has been promoted to Vice President at Trustmark National Bank in Jackson.


Marriages and divorces 7-12-12

Posted 7/12/2012 in Business



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