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Stocks fall as fears of protracted shutdown grow

Posted 10/3/2013 in Business



It's Cuban's turn at insider-trading trial

Posted 10/3/2013 in Business



Building permits 10-3-13

Posted 10/3/2013 in Business



Marathon suspect wants prison restrictions lifted

Posted 10/3/2013 in National



Man charged in black market drug scheme

Posted 10/3/2013 in National


Vote: Councilmen must get permission to travel

Posted 10/2/2013 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Columbus councilmen will have to fill out a travel request application and have it approved by the board prior to traveling on the city's dime moving forward.

TV wars: Cable ONE drops CNN; DISH feuding with WCBI

Posted 10/2/2013 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Failed contract negotiations mean the loss of six channels for Cable ONE customers. CNN, CNN en Espanol, Headline News, Turner Classic Movies, TruTV and Boomerang were removed from Cable ONE's lineup Monday morning at 9 a.m. after Cable ONE and Turner Network channels failed to reach a financial agreement, according to a Cable ONE press release.

Barbour makes pitch for Kemper Plant

Posted 10/2/2013 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Much like a fast runner giving his opponent a seemingly insurmountable head start, Haley Barbour flexed his rhetorical muscles Tuesday before a joint lunch meeting of the Lowndes County Republican Women and the Columbus Rotary Club.


230 civilians furloughed at CAFB

Posted 10/2/2013 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Out of the 1,277 civilian employees at Columbus Air Force Base, approximately 230 will be furloughed and without a paycheck due to the recent government shutdown.



Gov't shutdown: No progress on ending stalemate

Posted 10/2/2013 in National



Board places sidewalk, landscaping ordinances under microscope

Posted 10/2/2013 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Starkville aldermen unanimously tasked Community Developer William Snowden with reviewing the city's sidewalk and landscaping ordinances after two representatives --Ward 2's Lisa Wynn and Ward 3's David Little -- said the rules place unfair, economic development-prohibiting burdens on property owners.



Lesbian sues town for denying gay bar permit

Posted 10/2/2013 in State



Small number of schools drop out of lunch program

Posted 10/2/2013 in National



Text mistakenly sent to cop leads to arrest in NJ

Posted 10/2/2013 in National



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