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Baptist continues breast cancer awareness this week

Posted 10/14/2013 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle will be hosting a breast cancer luncheon Wednesday as part of its ongoing series during October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.


Social Security raise to be among lowest in years

Posted 10/14/2013 in National



U.S. never defaulted on its debt? Not so fast

Posted 10/14/2013 in National



As demand dwindles, blood banks make changes

Posted 10/14/2013 in National



Low interest rates, high grass in Natchez cemetery

Posted 10/14/2013 in Area



Cruisin' the Coast: Record 7,000-plus cars

Posted 10/14/2013 in State



More extras needed for James Brown movie

Posted 10/14/2013 in State



Blues museum to call St. Louis home, sweet home

Posted 10/14/2013 in National



Poll: Half of older workers delay retirement plans

Posted 10/14/2013 in National



Kansas man hit by train, gets up and walks away

Posted 10/14/2013 in National



German groom forgets bride at gas station

Posted 10/14/2013 in National



Xerox says access restored for food stamp users

Posted 10/14/2013 in State

Food stamp recipients should be able to use their debit-style cards in grocery stores now that vendor Xerox Corp. has restored service after a system outage that affected people across 17 states.


A 'Major' opportunity: Trotter Center renovation is a big step for young homegrown architect

Posted 10/12/2013 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Major Andrews IV is a third of the way through the design process for what will be a refurbished Trotter Convention Center.

Lowndes Schools plan for $69-million building program

Posted 10/12/2013 in Columbus & Lowndes County

The Lowndes County School District is planning to spend millions of dollars, but it won't cost taxpayers any additional money, at least not initially.

School of Easy Flyin' opens doors in Columbus

Posted 10/12/2013 in Columbus & Lowndes County

The small business Les Pogue began in Columbus recently is one most people will never have a need for. The few who do have a need for it, might not seek it out. What Pogue offers is something for pilots called "upset recovery training."

Trainer again says supervisors should pursue OCH financial analysis

Posted 10/12/2013 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

STARKVILLE -- Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors President Orlando Trainer says OCH Regional Medical Center's recent scale back with employee salary and work hours highlights the need to put the business through an independent financial analysis, a step required by law before a taxpayer-owned health care facility can be sold.


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