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Roses and thorns 9-6-09

Posted 9/5/2009 in Roses & Thorns

City of Starkville, District 3 Oktibbeha County Supervisor Marvell Howard, Main Street, East Mississippi Community College and others who made the recent charrette in Columbus possible, Starkville Ward 6 Alderman Roy A. Perkins, Mike Law and other organizers and participants of Roast-n-Boast, NBA player Travis Outlaw and those who participated in Starkville’s Clean Sweep

Roses and Thorns 8/30/09

Posted 8/31/2009 in Roses & Thorns

Roses to Aberdeen's Matthias Fischer and others; local U.S. Army soldiers stationed at Camp Atterbury; friends and family of U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Mark M. Wheeler; and Mississippi State University's bike sharing program. A thorn to the Columbus City Council.

Roses and thorns 8-23-09

Posted 8/22/2009 in Roses & Thorns

Mississippi University for Women, health officials at Mississippi State University, West Point Board of Selectmen, and Jim Robinson

Roses and thorns 8/9/09

Posted 8/8/2009 in Roses & Thorns

A rose to the town of Caledonia, which rebounded from a devastating tornado in January 2008 in a big way this week: Students returning to classes found themselves inside a new gym and Allied Health and Trades building.

Roses and thorns 8-2-09

Posted 8/1/2009 in Roses & Thorns

Teachers throughout the Golden Triangle, United Way Pacesetters, Kabir Karriem, Charlie Box and Bill Gavin, Starkville Rotary Club

Roses and thorns 7/26/09

Posted 7/25/2009 in Roses & Thorns

  • A rose to Joe Higgins and Melissa Cook and staff of the Columbus-Lowndes Development Link, who organized a visit this week of about 50 visitors from the Guntersville, Ala., area.

  • Roses and thorns 7-19-09

    Posted 7/18/2009 in Roses & Thorns

    Columbus Federal Program and Inspections Director George Irby, person or persons who have been passing fake $100 bills throughout the Golden Triangle, Columbus Municipal School District, and organizers of the Columbus War Museum.

    Roses and thorns 7-12-09

    Posted 7/11/2009 in Roses & Thorns

    Columbus Nationals 10-year-old Dizzy Dean baseball team, District 5 Supervisor Leroy Brooks, Lowndes County nonprofit agencies and their volunteers, and Starkville developers Jeremy Tabor and Dan Curran

    Roses and thorns 7/5/09

    Posted 7/5/2009 in Roses & Thorns

    A full bouquet of roses to the men and women of the armed services serving at home and abroad on this Independence Day weekend.

    Roses and thorns 6/28/09

    Posted 6/27/2009 in Roses & Thorns

    A rose to Ruth Rast, honored by the Red Cross’ Tenn-Tom Chapter this week as its Volunteer of the Year. Rast was honored for doing everything from working in the chapter’s office to managing an evacuation shelter during Hurricane Gustav. Rast’s volunteering doesn’t end with the Red Cross — she also reads to residents at Trinity Healthcare Center and participates in Angel Food Ministries through Wesley United Methodist Church. We commend Rast for making the Friendly City a much friendlier place.

    Roses and thorns 6-14-09

    Posted 6/13/2009 in Roses & Thorns

    Columbus-Lowndes Recreation Authority and Neel-Schaffer engineer Kevin Stafford, volunteers and staff of Camp Rising Sun, The Purple Elephant, Mississippi Coffeehouse, and other Main Street businesses that beautify their facades, and Columbus Main Street Association and Lowndes County Development Link

    Roses and thorns 5-31-09

    Posted 5/31/2009 in Roses & Thorns

    Columbus-Lowndes Development Link, West Point/Clay County Arts Council, Camgian Microsystems Corp., Wilford and Mary Patterson, Frank Phillips YMCA and the Columbus Kiwanis Club, and Holly Travis

    Roses and thorns 5/24/09

    Posted 5/23/2009 in Roses & Thorns

    A rose to Robert McAllister, who “dedicated his life” to helping others and to his family members, many of whom were on hand Thursday, as the Columbus Air Force Base fire station was named in his honor.

    Roses and thorns 5-17-09

    Posted 5/17/2009 in Roses & Thorns

    Community members who contributed to last week’s National Association of Letter Carriers food drive, Sandfield Horizon Committee, Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science history teacher Chuck Yarborough and parents and teachers at Sale Elementary International Studies Magnet School and Stokes-Beard Communication and Technology Magnet School

    Roses and thorns 5-10-09

    Posted 5/9/2009 in Roses & Thorns

    Mothers, Main Street Columbus Inc., Habitat for Humanity volunteers, and members and founders of the Link’d Young Professionals

    Roses and thorns

    Posted 5/3/2009 in Roses & Thorns

    Roses to the citizens of Columbus who have shown up at debates to educate themselves about city candidates before they make a decision.

    Roses and thorns

    Posted 4/18/2009 in Roses & Thorns

    A pre-emptive thorn to the Columbus voters who won’t participate in city elections this year. Turnout is expected to be low, and more disheartening is an apparent lack of interest in running for local office: The number of candidates running for mayor and council posts is half of what it was in the last election.

    Roses and thorns

    Posted 4/11/2009 in Roses & Thorns

    A rose to Alma Turner as the longtime educator opens a new chapter in her life. After heading the Golden Triangle chapter of the Institute of Community Services HeadStart program for nearly a decade, Turner is leaving the post to spend time with her family.

    Roses and thorns 4-5-09

    Posted 4/4/2009 in Roses & Thorns

    Homeowners participating in Columbus’ 69th annual Pilgrimage, Columbus-Lowndes Recreation Authority, Chuck Yarborough and his charges at Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science, Convention and Visitors Bureau and Main Street Columbus and Charlie the Owl of Starkville

    Roses and thorns 3-29-09

    Posted 3/28/2009 in Roses & Thorns

    Happy Irby, Columbus Police Department, Jasmine Murray, Starkville, Chris Jenkins and Lenore Prather


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