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BY SCOTT WALTERS
 swalters@cdispatch.com
M
ississippi StateUniversity willopen its ootballseason Saturday in Hous-ton, Texas, with a contest against No. 13 Oklahoma State University. Jack and Brenda Collins will be makingthe trip this weekend toReliant Stadium. Seasonticket holders or morethan three decades, theCollins have added a lot o road trips to their schedule now that botho them are retired. Thisparticular weekend, twoother ami-lies will be join themin a largecaravanheading toHouston. Travelarrange-ments willbe slightly dierent than when Jack Collins madehis frst trip to Houston
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Five Questions
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Edvard Grieg’s
Peer Gynt 
suitescome rom the music he wrote orwhat playwright in 1876?
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The U.S.’s center o population wasin eastern Maryland at the time o the frst census, but it’s since movedseven states westward. What state isit in today?
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Rollie Fingers was only the secondrelie pitcher in the Baseball Hall o Fame. Who was the frst?
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What colorul object in the constella-tions Taurus was let behind by the SN1054 supernova?
5
Who’s the only monarch since theNorman Conquest to have three chil-dren inherit the throne?
 
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Classifeds
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Comics
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Obituaries
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Opinions
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Kevin Smith
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Saturday, Au. 31
Prairie Arts Festival:
WestPoint’s 35th annual estivalshowcases fne arts, crats,down-home Southern cooking,live music, Kidsville and muchmore rom 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.For more inormation, call theGrowth Alliance at 662-494-5121, email cwilson@west-pointms.org or check out PrairieArts Festival on Facebook.
 Tuesday thruh Sunday,Sept. 3-8
Tennessee Williams Trib-ute:
The 12th annual Tributeoers perormances o Williams’“Period o Adjustment” Sept.3, 4, 6 and 7; “Autumn Song,”a musical evening Sept. 5 atMUW’s Poindexter Hall andmuch more. View the scheduleat muw.edu/tennesseewilliamsor call 662-328-0222, 800-327-2686, or email Brenda Caradineat sbcaradine@cableone.net.
Wednesday, Sept. 4
Get Swept Up in Starkville:
 Join the Greater StarkvilleDevelopment Partnership in thisannual beautifcation event tospruce up or Mississippi Stateootball guests. For inormationon how you can help, contact theGSDP, 662-323-3322.
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The Associated Press
 JACKSON — The Mississip-pi Supreme Court unanimously upheld the state’s open car-ry-gun law Thursday, allowingit to take eect ater a circuit  judge’s order had kept it on holdabout two months.“This court now fnds that the circuit judge erred as a matter o law when he oundHouse Bill 2 to be vague and,thereore, unconstitutional. Healso erred whenhe stated that a ‘reasonable per-son reading thebill could not dis-cern what the law allows and what it prohibits,’” ac-cording to theruling signed by  Justice Randy Pierce.Earlier this year, legislatorspassed and Gov. Phil Bryant signed the bill that says adultsdon’t need a permit to carry a gun that’s not concealed.Several ofcials, includingthe Hinds County district attor-ney, sued to block the law, say-ing there could be chaos i peo-ple were openly carrying gunsin public places. Circuit Judge Winston Kidd put the measureon hold just beore it was to be-come law July 1. Ater hearing arguments,Kidd issued an injunction July 12, saying the law was on holduntil the Legislature can clariy it. Justices overturned Kidd’sinjunction Thursday. They made the ruling based on writ-ten arguments fled by oppo-nents and supporters o the law;
MSU game in Houston evokesmemories for Starkville fans
Miss. high court upholds open carry gun law 
Rebels win Nashville thriller
David Allen Williams/Special to The Dispatch
Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace turns up feld during Thursday’s game against Vanderbilt in Nashville. The Rebels scored thewinning touchdown in a 39-35 victory with a little more than a minute let.
Story, 1B.
N paper Mnday
The Dispatch will not print a Monday newspaper and ofces will be closedor Labor Day. The paper will resumeoperation Tuesday.
Hwlin’ Wlf festival ready t hwl
BY WILLIAM BROWNING
wbrowning@cdispatch.com
On Thursday aternoon, RichardRamsey, the executive program direc-tor o the Howlin’ Wol Memorial BluesFestival, said “the phone calls are stillcoming in.” Where rom?“All over Mississippi,” he said, androm Louisiana, Texas, Tennessee,Georgia and Missouri.He was talking about people want-ing tickets to tonight’s 18th annualblues estival in West Point. The show  will take place in the auditorium on theMary Holmes College campus. Thedoors open at 6 p.m. The tunes start at 7p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20at the door.Ramsey was excited about the size o the potential crowd. The show, he not -ed, routinely “flls up hotels rom hereto Tupelo.” He was more excited about the music the crowd is coming to see.“The blues are alive and well in Mis-
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BY NATHAN GREGORY 
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State leaders andYokohoma ofcialswill put shovels to theground next monthto begin constructingthe Japanese compa -ny’s new Clay County plant. Though details o an ofcial ground-breaking ceremony have not yet been fnalized, Golden Triangle De-velopment Link CEO Joe Max Hig-gins confrmed the projected lateSeptember time rame on Thursday.“Company ofcials are comingin next week and will be in the area working on various details,” Higginssaid. “We anticipate the company hi-erarchy will be here the mid-to-later part o September or a ceremonialgroundbreaking.”However, dirt will be moving next week as a temporary parking lot or sub-contractors is constructed. The tire manuacturing plant,which is expected to create 2,000obs and have the ability to produceone million tires a year, is slated toopen in October 2015.
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The Sept. 18,1965, game wasust the second col-lege game playedas the Astrodome.On Saturday, MSUreturns to Houstonto take on Oklaho-ma State at ReliantStadium, which hasreplaced the Astro-dome. In this cour-tesy photo, CarlCunningham (81),Dick George (70),and Cotton Guer-rant (61) convergeon MississippiState’s Ashby Cookas Mike Payte (84)wraps him up.
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Five-Day forecast for the Golden Triangle
Almanac DataNational WeatherLake LevelsRiver StagesSun and MoonSolunar table
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Columbus Thursday 
High/low ..................................... 93°/67°Normal high/low ......................... 92°/68°Record high .......................... 107° (1954)Record low .............................. 56° (1968)Thursday.......................................... 0.00"Month to date ................................. 2.48"Normal month to date ...................... 3.78"Year to date .................................. 45.41"Normal year to date ....................... 37.63"
Saturday Sunday
Atlanta 88 72 t 89 74 tBoston 83 69 t 83 69 cChicago 84 68 pc 88 66 tDallas 102 79 pc 102 79 sHonolulu 89 75 s 89 75 sJacksonville 90 72 t 91 71 tMemphis 98 77 t 97 76 s
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Mostly sunny Aberdeen Dam 188' 163.10' noneStennis Dam 166' 136.76' noneBevill Dam 136' 136.39' +0.13'Amory 20' 11.27' -0.20'Bigbee 14' 3.69' -0.02'Columbus 15' 5.31' -0.15'Fulton 20' 7.26' noneTupelo 21' 0.10' -0.10'
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Nashville 95 74 t 92 73 pcOrlando 92 73 t 91 75 tPhiladelphia 88 72 pc 86 72 pcPhoenix 101 86 t 103 86 pcRaleigh 91 70 pc 91 71 pcSalt Lake City 94 66 pc 96 70 pcSeattle 80 59 pc 81 59 pc
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Thomas Prez and Christina Ware wait on direction from Starkville High School band director Shawn Sullivanduring practice before school Wednesday morning. The SHS football team welcomes Oxford High School tonightfor the “Little Egg Bowl.”
Friday 
Say What?
“We didn’t necessarily play that well...But one of the staples of ourprogram...is that you play for 60 minutes and you do not blink andyou play until the whistle blows at the end of the game.”
University of Mississippi football coach Hugh Freeze.
Story, 1B.
German Jewish group callsfor Roger Waters boycott
The AssociATed Press
BERLIN — A Jewishgroup in the German city o Duesseldor is urging a boy-cott o an upcoming concert by ormer Pink Floyd bandmember Roger Waters or using an inatable pig ea-turing a Star o David duringhis show. The director o the Jew-ish Community in Duessel-dor, Michael Szentei-Heise,said in a statement Thursday that Waters was an “intellec-tual arsonist” whose stageact used “anti-Semitic andNational Socialist” imagery. Waters, who could not immediately be reached or comment, is to perorm hisshow “The Wall” in Duessel-dor on Sept. 6. The English musicianhas previously rebued crit -ics o the show, which hasbeen perormed about 200times in the last three years,by saying it isn’t intended tobe anti-Semitic. The inatable pig alsoeatures other religious,political and corporate sym-bols.
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Roger Waters performs at Morumbi Stadium in SãoPaulo, Brazil, in 2007.
 
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 The AssociATed Press
GILBERTON, Pa. Police Chie Mark Kessler expects to be fred or post-ing incendiary videos in which he ranted obscenely about the Second Amend-ment and liberals whilespraying machine-gunfre with borough-owned weapons.But Kessler, whose pro-gun videos have garneredhundreds o thousands o  views online, has no inten-tion o going away quietly. With an Internet radioshow, speaking invita-tions to gun rallies aroundthe country and a newly ormed “Constitution Secu-rity Force” that he claimsalready has chapters in 45states, the 41-year-old coalminer-turned-cop said hismessage — that the eder-al government is too big,too powerul and wants tograb guns — is resonating with a segment o the pub-lic that believes as he does.“The support has beenoverwhelming, both na-tional and international,”he said. “I fnd it truly amazing how many peo-ple fnally said, ‘You know  what? This guy’s right.’”Friday is the last day o Kessler’s 30-day sus-pension over what theGilberton council has said was unauthorized use o the weapons. The councilcould decide his ate Fri-day night.But i Kessler’s worriedabout losing job, he’s not showing it.“I that’s the price I got to pay or standing up or  what I believe in, apparent-ly or what a lot o Ameri-cans believe in, I’m willingto pay that price,” said Kes-sler, speak-ing to The AssociatedPress at a gun rangenear Gil-berton innortheast Pennsylva-nia.I anything, his rheto-ric has grown even moremenacing. This week, Kessler posted another pot-ty-mouthed video in whichhe displayed paper targets with scary-looking clownson them, dubbed “Eric”and “Danny.” Those hap-pen to be the frst names o Council President DanielMalloy and Vice President Eric Boxer, whom he hasattacked on his website.
Gun-toting, foul-mouthed Pa. chief won’t back down
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Kessler
 
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correction
In the Aug. 8 edi-tion o the Dispatch, wereported that Robert Earl Smith Jr., son o Columbus Mayor Robert Smith, was arrested or DUI on Aug. 3. The sto-ry also noted Smith hadpossession o a handgunand an assault rife at the time o the arrest,noting that Smith hadpermits or the rearms. The story reportedthat Smith was per-mitted to possess a rearm because hiselony record had beenexpunged. Later in thestory, a reerence toSmith’s elony “convic-tions” was the result o a typographical error. It should have read “con- viction.” Also in the story, wereported that Smith hadbeen arrested in 1998or violation o probationand ordered to serve ve years. The source or this inormation camerom records obtainedrom the LowndesCounty Adult DetentionCenter. Smith disputesthat inormation and re-cords accompanying hisexpungement request show no evidence o the1998 arrest or the proba-tion violation. We regret the error and apologizeto Mr. Smith.
THE ASSOCIATEd PRESS
 JACKSON TheMississippi SupremeCourt has declined a request rom Bobby Ba-tiste that it take a secondlook at his appeal. The Supreme Court upheld Batiste’s convict-ed and death sentence inMay.Robbery was a key element required or anOktibbeha County jury to convict him o capitalmurder and sentencehim to death.Batiste was convict-ed in the death o hisroommate. Prosecutorssay 28-year-old AndreasGalanis o Biloxi died in2008 rom a blow to thehead ater the two ought at their apartment.Batiste’s lawyer ar-gued that Batiste didn’t intend to steal Galanis’ wallet while cleaning upater the ight. Batisteargued that had the jury been instructed about intent, he might haveavoided a death sen-tence. The Supreme Court rejected Batiste’s argu-ment.
Supreme Court denies Batiste’s challenge to death sentence
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BY JEFF AMY 
The Associated Press
 JACKSON Activists, city leaders and others in Jacksoncalled Wednesday or a resh en-gagement to social and politicalchange in the spirit o the civilrights movement in Mississippi. The calls to action came romthe steps o Mississippi’s Capitolbuilding on the 50th anniversa-ry o the March on Washington.A group o about 100, includingstudents rom Tougaloo Collegeand Jackson State University,both historically black institu-tions, surrounded a Conederatemonument outside the building.Mayor Chokwe Lumumba (SHOW-kway Lu-MOOM-bah)noted that he and other rally participants have come to theCapitol to seek the release o imprisoned people and ght against proposals to crack downon people who have entered thecountry illegally.“History didn’t stop withMartin Luther King,” said Lu-mumba, an attorney and one-time civil rights activist who wasinvolved in a black nationalist group decades ago. “Dr. Mar-tin Luther King helped give a boost to our historical progress. Where much has been accom-plished, we still have much todo.”Omari Morris, a senior at  Jackson’s Jim Hill High School,said she came with her Jacksonchurch in part to protest the kill-ing o Trayvon Martin in Florida.“It means a lot, because what Martin Luther King did or us, we should pay him back,” saidMorris, 17.Several speakers mentionedthe recent U.S. Supreme Court decision ending requirementsthat Mississippi and some other states submit voting changes or ederal approval.
Miss. rally seeks new commitment to civil rights
“Whv w fgh, w w d w ly lwh w  dw d bm mpl.”
Derrick Johnson, presidentof the Mississippi chapter of the NAACP
 The ollowing arrestswere reported by theLowndes County Sher-i’s Department and theColumbus Police Depart-ment:
Armando Deante-wanne Barry, 34, o 2307Third Ave. S., was arrest-ed in Winona by MDOCAug. 28 and charged withviolation o parole.
Brian Wilred Bel-humeur, 39, o 417 SylvanRoad, was arrested in Wi-nona by MDOC Aug. 28and charged with viola-tion o parole.
Deondre TyroneBonner, 21, o 2420 Wash-ington Ave., was arrest-ed at 501 Brooks Drive,Apt. C-24 by LCSO Aug.25 and charged with pro-viding alse inormation,possession o marijuana,violation o probation andthree counts o ailure toappear. His court date hasbeen sched-uled or Sept. 17.
Re-becca LynnBumgard-ner, 37, o 546 Chris-tian Circle, was arrest-ed at her residence by CPD Aug. 28 and charged with violation o proba-tion.
Sarah Elizabeth Bur-rage, 24, o 19240 High- way 21 S. in Philadelphia, was arrested at the proba-tion oce by MDOC andcharged with violation o probation.
Derrico LavelleSmith, 32, o 115 Ma-ple St., was arrested at the probation oce by MDOC and charged with violation o probation.
Robert Hugh Rog-ers, 34, o 390 Barclay Drive, was arrested at hisresidence by LCSO Aug.28 and charged with ut-tering orgery.
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BY SARAH FOWLER 
sfowler@cdispatch.com
 A Lowndes Countman is recovering ater being shot multiple timesin the ace by a BB gun. The incident occurredat a residence at 1783Hwy. 373 about 8 p.m. Wednesday night, ac-cording to the LowndesCounty Sheri’s Depart-ment.Chie Deputy MarcMiley said the victimheard his dogs barkingoutside his home and when he went to investi-gate, was shot numeroustimes on the orehead,neck, ace and hands by BB pellets. The victim— who authorities de-clined to identiy — toldlaw enorcement he didnot see his attacker. Hethen drove himsel to thehospital where he report -ed the shooting. He wastreated and released.Deputies respondedto the scene but were not able to locate the allegedshooter.Miley said the incident is still investigation.
Man checks on dogs, gets shot by BB gun
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BY SARAH FOWLER 
sfowler@cdispatch.com
More than 20 animals wereseized Wednesday night at a Lown-des County petting zoo and their owner is acing charges o animalneglect.Lisa Perkins, o 170 Lisa PerkinsRoad in Columbus, is acing multi-ple charges o animal neglect ater 21 animals were seized rom her property.Perkins owns Back 40 PettingFarm. The petting zoo is locatedo o Hwy 12 East in LowndesCounty.Horses, dogs, rabbits, donkeysand a bull were among the ani-mals seized, according to a pressrelease issued by the LowndesCounty Sheri’s Department. Theanimals were transported to theGolden Triangle Horse Rescue. The release said the sheri’sdepartment rst learned o the al-leged neglect through an anony-mous tip.Perkins has not been charged. The incident is still under investi-gation. According to the LowndesCounty Adult Detention Center,Perkins has no prior arrest record.
Local petting zoo owner under investigation
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