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Obama asks for Syria military options

Posted 8/25/2013 in National



As capital looks to avert shutdown, default looms

Posted 8/25/2013 in National



Group pushes idea of nuclear storage in Miss.

Posted 8/25/2013 in State



James Brown bio pic expected to be filmed in Mississippi

Posted 8/25/2013 in State



Miss. House speaker sets listening tour in October

Posted 8/25/2013 in State


Trouble for KiOR's biowaste-to-biocrude business

Posted 8/25/2013 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Problems are emerging for KiOR, the Texas-based alternative fuel company that began converting wood chips to fuel at its Columbus biorefinery earlier this year.

TVA rate increases likely to have local impact

Posted 8/25/2013 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Expect the light bill to go up. On Thursday, Tennessee Valley Authority announced a 1.5 percent base rate increase. Officials with the company said the increase will likely mean about an extra $18 a year coming out of consumers' pockets.

Beyond the game: Bragging rights on the line in fantasy football league

Posted 8/25/2013 in Area

On Tuesday, when the Chicago Bears' team defense came off the board in about the sixth round, dismayed looks and frustrated comments filled the back of Old Venice's Burgundy Room. Shouting then filled the place after former Ole Miss linebacker Patrick Willis' name was announced a few rounds later. "That's too soon," shouted one football fantasy team manager.


Officer charged in murder fired by McComb police

Posted 8/24/2013 in State



Hospital Association gets new president

Posted 8/24/2013 in State


Appeals court reverses Wright's wrongful termination verdict

Posted 8/23/2013 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Lowndes County Schools Superintendent Lynn Wright said he will appeal an appellate court's ruling that he was justly fired from his position as principal of New Hope High School in 2010.

City, employees will share insurance rate increase

Posted 8/23/2013 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Councilmen approved to split a five percent insurance rate increase between city funds and city employees during their Thursday budget session for the 2014 fiscal year due to a rise in dental coverage costs and claims experienced.

Nunnelee cheered, grilled at forum

Posted 8/23/2013 in Columbus & Lowndes County

A packed Lowndes County courtroom greeted Mississippi 1st District Congressman Alan Nunnelee for a town hall meeting Thursday evening.


Columbus fair organizers expecting bigger crowds

Posted 8/23/2013 in Columbus & Lowndes County

The Lowndes County Fair had about 3,000 attendees in 2011. That number jumped to nearly 5,000 last year and if you ask Jane Burns Jordan, the president of the Columbus Fair and Livestock Association, the reason for the increase is clear. "We brought livestock back," she said.


Parents 'all in' for education: With debates behind them, stakeholders focusing on how to meet rising expectations

Posted 8/23/2013 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Twenty-six Oktibbeha County residents took to the Greensboro Center's auditorium stage Thursday with various concerns about an impending school merger, but the heart of their message was the same: consolidation provides an unprecedented opportunity to better educational efforts for all area children.


Sales tax collections fall in Columbus, Starkville

Posted 8/23/2013 in Area

Two of the Golden Triangle's main cities - Starkville and Columbus - saw a decline in June sales tax collections, while West Point's returns marked a slight gain for the city.



Officer who escorted LeBron to concert disciplined

Posted 8/23/2013 in National



'Hyperloop' travel idea gains fans

Posted 8/23/2013 in National



Unemployment aid applications rise to 336K

Posted 8/23/2013 in National



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