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Burst of IPOs follows gains in stock market

Posted 9/22/2013 in Business



BlackBerry previews big loss, to cut 4,500 workers

Posted 9/22/2013 in Business



Republicans depart House immigration group

Posted 9/22/2013 in National



Report: U.S. came close to nuclear disaster in 1961

Posted 9/22/2013 in National



Burglary suspect falls through ceiling

Posted 9/22/2013 in National



Senator Franken expresses concern about Apple's fingerprint tech

Posted 9/22/2013 in National



Obama: GOP budget critics holding U.S. 'hostage'

Posted 9/22/2013 in National



Gunman's employer sought Navy consulting work

Posted 9/22/2013 in National



Watchdog gets details of Syrian chemical arsenal

Posted 9/22/2013 in National



JPMorgan admits fault, pays $920M fine

Posted 9/21/2013 in Business



Rains break dry spell across parts of Miss.

Posted 9/21/2013 in State



Sales tax collections down $150K from last year

Posted 9/20/2013 in Columbus & Lowndes County

A roller coaster year for sales tax collections in Columbus ended on a high note this month. The city collected $685,376.78 in non-food, beverage and hotel taxes in July, a $26,442.01 increase over $658,934.77 in July 2012. But all together, the city ended up with $152,187.55 less for 2012-13 than 2011-12.



Caledonia school employee on leave during embezzlement probe

Posted 9/20/2013 in Columbus & Lowndes County

A Caledonia high school guidance counselor has been placed on paid administrative leave amid embezzlement allegation.


County could purchase new election equipment

Posted 9/20/2013 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Lowndes County voters will likely be casting paper ballots again when they go to the polls either next year or in 2015. When county supervisors passed next year's budget last week, they allocated $248,300 for circuit elections -- $89,350 more than was budgeted last year.


Waste company to cut recycling program

Posted 9/20/2013 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Mississippi Industrial Waste, a commercial solid waste company in Columbus, will stop its curbside recycling program at the end of this month. The company sent notice letters to local customers this week.


Plans taking shape for Link-backed Starkville spec building

Posted 9/20/2013 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

The Golden Triangle Development Link is developing plans to construct a speculative building at the Starkville Industrial Park to help lure potential development, Joey Deason, Oktibbeha County's Link representative, confirmed Thursday.


Economist: Mississippi and U.S. see modest growth

Posted 9/20/2013 in State



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