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Aliceville teacher killed in Ala. car crash

Posted 9/30/2010 in Area

A teacher at Aliceville High School and another teacher who had just retired were among four people reported killed in a crash near the intersection of U.S. Highway 82 and Echola Road in western Tuscaloosa County.

 

 

Light and Water leaders' pay in line with other boards

Posted 9/30/2010 in Columbus & Lowndes County

In line with many other appointed boards, Columbus Light and Water commissioners receive annual salaries of more than $9,000.

 

 

Council votes to refinance debt

Posted 9/30/2010 in Columbus & Lowndes County

The Columbus City Council voted in a special meeting Wednesday to use $3.8 million from the Mississippi Development Bank solely for paving, sidewalks and curbs.

 

 

Police publishing monthly newsletter

Posted 9/30/2010 in Columbus & Lowndes County

The Columbus Police Department has published the first issue of its new monthly newsletter, The Shield.

 

 

Arrest Report 9-30-10

Posted 9/30/2010 in Columbus & Lowndes County

 

Amid the recession, some trucking companies are out of business, those that are left are 'doing pretty well'

Posted 9/30/2010 in Columbus & Lowndes County

With the majority of the country's products hauled by truck, the trucking industry is a pretty good indicator of economic times.

General: After Katrina, few prepared for disaster

Posted 9/30/2010 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

With hurricane season in full swing, emergency management officials and government leaders are more ready to respond to a natural disaster now than they were before Hurricane Katrina, but many residents are still unprepared for a major event, the former commander of Joint Task Force Katrina said Wednesday at Mississippi State University.

Amid the recession, some trucking companies are out of business, those that are left are 'doing pretty well'

Posted 9/30/2010 in Business

With the majority of the country's products hauled by truck, the trucking industry is a pretty good indicator of economic times.

 

Manager: 'People feel safer' at new health dept. location

Posted 9/29/2010 in Columbus & Lowndes County

The new state-of-the art Lowndes County Health Department has seen a flurry of activity since opening on Aug. 25.

 

 

Ala. deputies shoot pit bulls guarding loot, arrest alleged gang members

Posted 9/29/2010 in Area

Pickens County, Ala., Sheriff's deputies have arrested five men for the Sept. 22 robbery and kidnapping of an Aliceville couple.

 

Cadence CEO concedes bank was over-exposed to development loans, but defends strategy

Posted 9/29/2010 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Tuesday afternoon, Dispatch publisher Birney Imes sat down with Cadence Bank CEO Lewis Mallory to talk about the recent purchase of the bank by Trustmark National Bank of Jackson.

Breaking the cycle: Starkville native hopes to start scholarship program

Posted 9/29/2010 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Alexander Gibson knows how hard it is for high school students to receive college scholarship offers. As a student at Starkville High School, Gibson, now 23, says he saw plenty of fellow students and family members try their best, but still only manage a C average.

Concert benefits music education

Posted 9/29/2010 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Bluegrass and country music fans will have the chance to support a worthy cause and witness a live performance by Starkville musicians Nash Street next weekend during a benefit show at the Greensboro Center.

 

The Monroe Journal: monroe360.com - Monroe district looks at Bowling s past (link)

Posted 9/28/2010 in Area

Monroe district looks at Bowling's past

 

 

The Monroe Journal: monroe360.com - Aberdeen building inspector suspended (link)

Posted 9/28/2010 in Area

Aberdeen city building inspector suspended

 

A healthy future: Franklin bolsters its wellness magnet theme through partnership with UMMC

Posted 9/28/2010 in Columbus & Lowndes County

As hundreds of Franklin Academy students, some wearing white coats, welcomed the dean of the School of Medicine for the University of Mississippi Medical Center to Columbus, he saw them as more than just elementary schoolers.

A mean, green research machine: Insect chemical facility designed to be energy efficient

Posted 9/28/2010 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Construction soon will begin on a new $1.3 million research facility near the edge of the Mississippi State University campus.

 

Starkville police release arrests for past week

Posted 9/28/2010 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

The Starkville Police Department on Monday released its arrest blotter from the past week.

 

A mean, green research machine: Insect chemical facility designed to be energy efficient

Posted 9/28/2010 in Business

Construction soon will begin on a new $1.3 million research facility near the edge of the Mississippi State University campus.

 

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