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Oktibbeha County to issue remaining bonds for OCH renovation

The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors Monday passed a resolution to issue the remaining $6.5 million in bonds needed to complete the OCH Regional Medical Center renovation project.

 

 

Monroe360: Aberdeen alderman hospitalized (link)

Posted 6/7/2010 in Area

 

MONDAY PROFILE: Work is play for MUW's housing coordinator

Posted 6/7/2010 in Columbus & Lowndes County

A New Albany native, Phillip Brent Cissom, 24, is housing assignments coordinator for Mississippi University for Women, where he manages the Office of Community Living, supervises student office workers, assigns students in residence halls and oversees guest housing operations, among other duties.

Three local students earn top scholarships

Posted 6/7/2010 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Year after year, parents sing their kids same old song: "Work hard in high school and you might earn some scholarships for college."

New site to have three-alarm eats

Posted 6/7/2010 in Columbus & Lowndes County

A new fire station is coming to Columbus, but instead of sending out engines, it will dispatch food.

Three local students earn top scholarships

Posted 6/7/2010 in Area

Year after year, parents sing their kids same old song: "Work hard in high school and you might earn some scholarships for college."

 

Alcohol death shines light on bartender practices

Posted 6/6/2010 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Columbus bars are feeling the effects of heightened scrutiny now that the Alcoholic Beverage Control is investigating Ruben's Fish House where a man died on Monday after drinking too much alcohol.

 

 

Fire personnel: Sprinklers can be life-saving tools

Posted 6/6/2010 in Columbus & Lowndes County

In January, four students at Mississippi University for Women were killed in a fire at the Days Inn in Hoover, Ala. The blaze raged out of control largely because the motel was -- legally -- not equipped with sprinklers.

 

 

Arrest report 6-6-2010

Posted 6/6/2010 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Arrest report 6-6-2010

 

Remembering John Thomas

Posted 6/6/2010 in Columbus & Lowndes County

For blacks who saw police as the enemy, John "BB" Thomas was on the wrong side of the law. The badge and uniform he wore with pride somehow was a sign of betrayal to some. Fellow officers also didn't think fondly of having the first black policeman among their ranks.

A place to play: Community celebrates opening of Concord Park

Posted 6/6/2010 in Columbus & Lowndes County

The people of the Concord community in Lowndes County celebrated the official opening of Concord Park at 52 Shady Lane on Saturday. Swing sets, a basketball court, jungle gym, pavilion, walking track and volleyball pit were welcome new additions to the small community.

Noxubee man honors students

Posted 6/6/2010 in Area

On June 18, Earnest Eichelberger of Macon will host the fifth annual scholarship banquet, in honor of his son, Micheal Sherrod Eichelberger, who died unexpectedly in 2005, six weeks before his senior prom.

 

Fire personnel: Sprinklers can be life-saving tools

In January, four students at Mississippi University for Women were killed in a fire at the Days Inn in Hoover, Ala. The blaze raged out of control largely because the motel was -- legally -- not equipped with sprinklers.

 

Sleeping beauty: Developer breathing new life into old University Inn hotel

As Larry Tabor walked through the hot, empty halls of The University Inn Friday, little had changed since the hotel closed Jan. 1.

Second suspect charged in retaliatory shooting

A Starkville man with a history of violence was arrested Thursday and charged with being an accessory to a shooting last week.

 

MSU campus police Probe sexual assault report

An MSU student reported that Saturday morning between 4-4:30 a.m., she was approached at the intersection of Lee and Coliseum boulevards as she walked back to her apartment. Threatened with a weapon, she was assaulted near McKee Hall before her assailant fled.

 

 

Fire personnel: Sprinklers can be life-saving tools

Posted 6/6/2010 in Business

In January, four students at Mississippi University for Women were killed in a fire at the Days Inn in Hoover, Ala. The blaze raged out of control largely because the motel was -- legally -- not equipped with sprinklers.

 

Noxubee man honors students

Posted 6/6/2010 in Business

On June 18, Earnest Eichelberger of Macon will host the fifth annual scholarship banquet, in honor of his son, Micheal Sherrod Eichelberger, who died unexpectedly in 2005, six weeks before his senior prom.

 

Let the cowbells ring

Posted 6/4/2010 in Columbus & Lowndes County

MSU president Dr. Mark Keenum's press release on ringing cowbells at bulldog games.

 

 

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