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SPD: Woman stabs husband while he was sleeping
Savage charged with Starkville police arrested
26-year-old Teyana Savage on
Terrance Savage, claimed his
wife had gone to a neighbor’s
most recent
child. The couple,
cer who responded to an inci-
dent at the home a few days ear-
aggravated domestic suspicion of aggravated domes-
tic assault after responding to a
house for drinks before return-
ing to the home and stabbing
who have been
married for eight
lier had instructed him to leave.
The Savages have a long
violence reported stabbing at an apart- him. Terrance reported to po- years, has sev- history of domestic violence
charges between them, includ-
ment complex on Catherine lice he was in bed with the cou- en children, but
By Alex Holloway Street. ple’s 4-month-old child at the Lay said only the ing a third-degree arson charge
aholloway@cdispatch.com Savage made her initial ap- time of the incident, Lay said. youngest child in 2015 after Teyana allegedly
pearance in Starkville Munic- If convicted, Teyana could lives with them. Savage attempted to set Terrance’s car
A Starkville woman is in jail ipal Court on Thursday after- face two to 20 years in prison. However, during the appear- on fire. That charge has been
after reportedly stabbing her noon, during which Starkville Teyana said Terrance had ance, Teyana claimed that Ter- retired, according to Oktibbeha
husband in the arm while he Police Department Det. John lived with her for about three rance wasn’t supposed to be in County Circuit Court records.
slept. Lay said the suspect’s husband, months, after the birth of their the apartment and that an offi- See Arrest, 8A

Stock volatility ‘One of the good guys’
could affect
Lowndes Co.
projects
Recent Dow drops put
hospital trust fund
profits in jeopardy
By Slim Smith
ssmith@cdispatch.com

Lowndes Coun-
ty supervisors are
keeping a careful eye
on the stock market
after a volatile Oc-
tober threatens to
wipe out the profits
gained earlier this
year in the county’s Sanders
$32.5-million hospi-
tal trust fund.
“If the market
ended in December
where it is as of to-
day, we wouldn’t be
able to draw out any Isabelle Altman/Dispatch Staff
money,” Board Pres- Columbus Fire and Rescue engineer Michael Miller looks at his awards for Firefighter of the Year for both 2017 and 2018
ident Harry Sanders Billingsley outside Fire Station 1 in downtown Columbus Thursday. Presented by the Exchange Club, the award is given every year to a
said Friday. “I wouldn’t say I’m wor- firefighter after a department-wide vote. Miller is also coordinator for the department’s search and rescue task force.
ried, but I am concerned. A lot can
happen between now and Dec. 31.”
Since 2014, when state laws
were changed to allow the county
Miller named Firefighter of the Year for second-straight time
to invest the hospital money in the 24-year CFR veteran instrumental in developing strong beaten now-Chief Martin Andrews to
the scene — he put on his gear and
market, the county has withdrawn
$3,923,706 in profits while increas- rescue unit, providing example for new firefighters headed into the house.
“We couldn’t find him,” Miller said.
ing the trust fund’s value by $2 mil-
lion as the stock market continued By ISABELLE ALTMAN There were two people in the home, “I came back out, changed bottles and
its record bull market. ialtman@cdispatch.com a man and his mother. went back in with the chief and two oth-
The recent turmoil in the market “We found the mom,” Miller remem- er firefighters.”
suggests this year may be a differ- Michael Miller said he and the other bered. “She had gotten out. But the son The second time in the house, they
ent story, however. firefighters had just finished Thanks- didn’t.” heard the son calling for help.
“As of the close of the market giving dinner when they got the call: When Miller arrived to the fire — “(We) picked him up and got him out
See Trust Fund, 8A house fire on 12th Avenue North. and he grinned remembering how he’d See Miller, 8A

Breast Cancer Awareness month

‘Know your body’ Laverne Greene-
Leech speaks to a
crowd outside City
Columbus resident recounts around her head.
“I have a girlfriend and a
Hall Wednesday
evening for the city’s
“Winning Wednesday
journey with breast cancer cousin that always says, ‘No
matter what I’m going through,
Breast Cancer Aware-
ness Day.” Greene-
By ISABELLE ALTMAN I’m gonna look pretty,’” Greene- Leech is a survivor
ialtman@cdispatch.com Leech said. of breast cancer
Five years later — years which and encouraged her
When lifelong Columbus resident Laverne included surgery, radiation and audience to receive
Greene-Leech learned she had breast cancer chemotherapy — Greene-Leech has just been routine screenings
off chemo pills for six months. She said every- and, for those al-
and would need surgery followed by months ready diagnosed with
of chemotherapy, she went to the store and thing’s going well for her — well enough that cancer, stay positive.
bought some wigs and colorful scarves to wrap See Green-Leech, 5A Isabelle Altman/Dispatch Staff

Weather Five Questions Calendar Local Folks Public
1 What letter is intentionally let out of Today appear at 6 p.m., with Bully meetings
Ernest Vincent Wright’s novel “Gads- and MSU cheerleaders. Nov. 2: Board of
■ ACS art auction: An- ■ Masquerade Ball:
by: Champion of Youth? Aldermen work
nunciation Catholic School
2 What does Q stand for in the brand Starkville Young Profession-
name Q-tips? presents an art auction and session, 1:15
als hosts this event at 7:30
3 Who battled a hobbing Tiger Woods barbecue at 7 p.m. at Town p.m. at Shorty’s at The Mill in p.m., City Hall
for 91 holes at the 2008 U.S. Open? Creek Pavilion in West Point, Nov. 5: Board of
Starkville. Semi-formal attire;
Wilson Hancock 4 What is the most populous borough with live auction, open bar
cash bar. $5 entry fee.
of New York City? and artwork by local artisans Supervisors, 9
Second grade, Annunciation
5 What candy does E.T. find irresist- and ACS students. For a.m., Oktibbeha
Saturday
61 Low 48
ible? tickets, contact ACS, 662- County Court-
High Answers, 7B 328-4479 or marketing@ ■ Fall Flashlight Hunt: Co- house
Partly cloudy annunciationcatholicschool. lumbus Parks and Recreation
Nov. 6: Board of
Full forecast on org. hosts this event for children
page 2A. ■ Pumpkinpalooza: Wear up to 12 from 5-8 p.m. at the Aldermen, 5:30
costumes to trick-or-treat Columbus Soccer Complex, p.m., City Hall
Inside at Starkville’s Main Street
merchants from 5-7 p.m. and
406 Third St. N. Enjoy
jumpers, hayrides, cartoon
Nov. 13: Plan-
ning and Zoning
Classifieds 7B Obituaries 4A take in pumpkin painting, characters and prizes. Bring
Commission,
Comics 5B Opinions 6A face painting, a farmers mar- a flashlight. Concessions Gary Chesser, of
Crossword 6B Religion 6B ket, jumpers and the Haunt- available. Call 662-327-4935 Starkville, served on the 5:30 p.m., City
Dear Abby 5B ed Trolley. MSU Spirit Squads for more information. U.S.S. Charles S. Sperry. Hall

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Friday
Say What?
Did you hear? “We’re running the ball very well and we need to find a way to
Broadway musical ‘Wicked’ create more explosive plays in addition to the ones we’re doing
in the run game with the pass game.”
turns 15 with a party Mississippi State football coach Joe Moorhead. Story, 1B.

‘Wicked’ is Broadway’s sixth longest
running show and is regularly sold out Investigators search for person
is currently a North Amer-
who sent mail bombs, motive
By MARK KENNEDY
AP Entertainment Writer ican tour, a West End pro-
duction and another tour-
NEW YORK — Fif- ing the United Kingdom.
teen years ago, one of the The ice cream company Law enforcement
top films in the land was
“Finding Nemo” and Sha-
Ben & Jerry’s has launched
a special sandwich in its analyzing crude devices Call for unity shelved for political barbs
nia Twain played the Su- honor. The Associated Press
per Bowl halftime show. 50 The musical reimagines to reveal whether
Cent’s “Get Rich or Die Tr-
yin’” was a hit album and a
the relationship between
the Good Witch of the they were intended to WASHINGTON — It
didn’t last.
‘A very big part of the Anger
couple of witches-to-be took
over Broadway.
North (Chenoweth) and
the Wicked Witch of the detonate or simply sow With the country
on edge over a widen-
we see today in our society is
The musical “Wick-
ed” shook off some tep-
East (Menzel), who were
introduced in L. Frank
fear two weeks before ing pipe-bomb scare,
talk of national unity
caused by the purposely false
id reviews to roar into
Broadway history and this
Baum’s “The Wonderful
Wizard of Oz” and immor-
Election Day quickly gave way to fin-
ger-pointing. President
and inaccurate reporting of
Monday is celebrating
its coming-of-age with a
talized in a 1939 film adapta- By MICHAEL BALSAMO, COLLEEN Donald Trump cast the Mainstream Media ...’
tion. The songs by Stephen LONG and ZEKE MILLER blame on the media for President Donald Trump via Twitter
Halloween-themed NBC Schwartz include “Defying The Associated Press fomenting anger in so-
special starring its original Gravity,” ‘’Popular” and ciety, while candidates across the country traded partisan broadsides.
stars Kristin Chenoweth “For Good.” WASHINGTON — Investigators Less than two weeks before midterm elections, the discovery of pipe
and Idina Menzel, as well “I knew it was some- have been searching coast to coast bombs sent to prominent Democrats — an episode that might have
as Ariana Grande. thing special,” says Menzel, for the culprit and motives behind prompted national reflection in another era — hardly made a ripple on
“First of all, I can’t be- who had already achieved the bizarre mail bomb plot aimed the campaign trail. Attack ads remained on the air. Attack lines stayed
lieve it’s been 15 years. I success in “Rent” when at critics of the president, analyzing in stump speeches. The president did not deliver a speech from the
think it was yesterday. And she tried out for “Wicked” the innards of the crude devices to Oval Office or reach out to his predecessor, one of the targets of the
yet it feels like it’s been 15 director Joe Mantello. She reveal whether they were intended threat. He did return to his favorite punching bag.
years. So there’s that I’m said she shook while re- to detonate or simply sow fear two “A very big part of the Anger we see today in our society is caused
battling in my brain,” says hearsing the songs: “I knew weeks before Election Day. by the purposely false and inaccurate reporting of the Mainstream Me-
Chenoweth, laughing. “I I thought it was important Three more devices were linked dia that I refer to as Fake News,” Trump wrote on Twitter Thursday. “It
just wanted to be in a show and it moved me when I to the plot Thursday — two ad- has gotten so bad and hateful that it is beyond description. Mainstream
that someone would have first auditioned and got a dressed to former Vice President Media must clean up its act, FAST!”
heard of.” call-back.” Joe Biden and one to actor Robert The reaction was more evidence of the new politics of the Trump
Mission, accomplished: Critics were not always De Niro — bringing the total to 10 era, where unity is overrated, a news cycle moves on fast and there
“Wicked” is Broadway’s kind, with The New York in an outbreak of politically loaded seems to be little incentive for either party to seize the high road. In-
sixth longest running show Times sniffing that the mu- menace with little if any precedent. stead, what might have been a moment for a deeply divided country to
and is regularly sold out, sical “does not, alas, speak Authorities warned there might come together becomes the latest fodder for Democrats and Republi-
last week commanding a hopefully for the future of well be more. cans to blame each other for America’s shortcomings.
$120 average ticket. There the Broadway musical.” Law enforcement officials told
The Associated Press that the devic- Kirstjen Nielsen, in an interview being blamed for the mail bombs
es, containing timers and batteries, Thursday night with Fox News addressed to his critics, complain-
CONTACTING THE DISPATCH were not rigged like booby-trapped Channel, acknowledged that some ing in a tweet sent before dawn:
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Senator open to debate in potential Mississippi runoff
Sen. Hyde-Smith has declined to debate the Hyde-Smith served 11 years
as a Democrat in the Missis-
would not always follow party
leaders.
have been inclined toward big
government their entire lives,”
three challengers before the Nov. 6 election sippi Senate before switching
parties in 2010 and winning
“I’ll be a small I senator,
someone who is independent
McDaniel said. “To the extent
that they stand in front of the
By EMILY WAGSTER PET TUS porarily succeed Republican statewide races for agriculture and someone who reaches people of this state, they can’t
The Associated Press Sen. Thad Cochran, who re- commissioner as a Republican across the chasm to work with hide behind those commercials
signed in April. in 2011 and 2015. She has been anyone — Republicans, inde- any longer. They can’t hide be-
JACKSON — She has declined to debate endorsed in the Senate race by pendents, other Democrats,” hind consultants any longer.
A Mississippi Re- President Donald Trump. Espy said during a Sept. 22 That’s why debates are so im-
all three challengers before the
publican appoint- Hyde-Smith said voters event in Jackson. “I just don’t portant.”
Nov. 6 election. They are Espy,
ed to the U.S. would see “clear” ideological care where the idea comes An NBC News/Marist poll
who’s a former congressman
Senate says she differences between her and from. I’m a Democrat, but I’m a released Tuesday shows the
would not mind and former U.S. agriculture sec-
Espy. Mississippian first. So, the only special election has a strong
debating a Demo- retary; Chris McDaniel, who’s a
“I am very conservative. I am decision I have to make, wher- chance of going to a runoff. It
cratic challenger Republican state senator with
not liberal at all,” Hyde-Smith ever the idea emanates from — showed Hyde-Smith with sup-
if they get into a Hyde-Smith tea party support; and Tobey told the newspaper. “I am there is it good for Mississippi or is it port from 38 percent of likely
runoff for the spe- Bernard Bartee, a Democrat to support the Republican agen- not good for Mississippi?” voters, Espy with 29 percent,
cial election. who is a former military intelli- da. I’m not there to support the McDaniel, who nearly de- McDaniel with 15 percent and
Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith told gence officer. Chuck Schumer agenda, like feated Cochran in a hard-fought Bartee with 2 percent. Fifteen
The Greenwood Common- Party labels will not appear Mike Espy would be.” 2014 Republican primary, said percent said they’re undecided.
wealth on Wednesday that she on the ballot. If nobody wins a Schumer, of New York, is Wednesday during a campaign The poll was conducted Oct.
thinks Mike Espy “would be majority, the top two advance the Senate Democratic lead- appearance in Jackson that 13-18 and included 511 likely
very civil.” to a Nov. 27 runoff. The winner er. Espy has said repeatedly Hyde-Smith and Espy are “life- voters in Mississippi. The mar-
Republican Gov. Phil Bryant will serve the final two years of a in campaign appearances that time Democrats.” gin of error is listed as plus or
appointed Hyde-Smith to tem- six-year term Cochran started. although he is a Democrat, he “We know their policies minus 6.1 percentage points.

Emmett Till cousin: ‘Hate is a luxury I can’t afford’
‘The wheels of justice grind, but they grind slowly. So shot, and his body was
found weighted down
and we must learn from
it,” Parker said. “Hate is
killed,” Parker said. “The
wheels of justice grind,
differences have been made, but we still have work to do.’ with a cotton gin fan in
the Tallahatchie River.
a luxury I can’t afford.
That’s a terrible thing to
but they grind slowly. So
differences have been
Rev. Wheeler Parker made, but we still have
His mother insisted on carry hate. I don’t hate. I
The Associated Press to 400 students, profes- in rural Money, Mississip- an open-casket funeral in appreciate.” work to do.”
sors and community pi. He said he remembers Chicago so people could As he took audience
s — Emmett Till’s members, the Northeast the sound of Till’s whistle see the mutilated corpse. questions, Parker talked
cousin says people should An all-white jury in about Till’s lasting legacy,
Mississippi Daily Journal and the immediate sense
learn about the black Mississippi acquitted two the persistent ideology of
reported. of danger it gave him. He
teenager’s brutal death white men in the killing. white supremacy, educat-
In the summer of 1955, remembers waking up at With the memory of ing today’s children about
that energized the civil
Parker and Till traveled 2:30 in the morning to the one of America’s most race, progress that has
rights movement. But the
Rev. Wheeler Parker also from Chicago to the Mis- sound of Till’s murderers infamous hate crimes in- been made and hope for
says: “Hate is a luxury I sissippi Delta to visit rela- knocking on the door of grained in his mind, Park- the future.
can’t afford.” tives. their grandparents’ cab- er said he is dedicated to “Rosa Parks was not
Parker appeared Tues- Parker recalled that in and his grandmother peace. the first woman to refuse
day at Northeast Missis- he heard 14-year-old Till offering them money to “This is not a pleasant to give up her seat. Em-
sippi Community College whistle at a white woman leave the family alone. story. This is not a pret- mett Till was not the first
in Booneville, speaking working at a grocery store Till was beaten and ty story, but it is history black person who was

Mississippi casinos win more in second
month of legal sports betting
Gamblers lost $177 million statewide betting will mean more
money lost on other ca-
in September, up 6 percent from sino games and more
gamblers staying in ca-
$167 million in September 2017 sino hotels and eating in
restaurants.
The Associated Press statewide in September, Revenue rose 9 percent
up 6 percent from $167 at the 12 coastal casinos
JACKSON — Casi- million in September and 2 percent at the 16
no revenue rose sharply 2017. river casinos from a year
again in Mississippi in Of that amount, $5.5 ago. Statewide, revenues
September in the state’s million was lost on sports are up 1 percent over the
second month of legal wagers, out of $32 million past 12 months.
sports betting. legally bet on sports in Numbers exclude
State revenue depart- Mississippi. Choctaw Indian casinos,
ment figures show gam- Casino executives and which don’t report win-
blers lost $177 million regulators hope sports nings to the state.

White House adviser Ivanka Trump
discusses child care at Mississippi event
Trump: 1 in 3 American families Lynn Meadows Discovery
Center in Gulfport. Oth-
spend at least 20 percent of their ers came from business,
child care, education and
household income on child care government.
Trump said Mississip-
The Associated Press on Thursday, discussing pi has some of the lowest
ways to improve access child care costs in the
GULFPORT — Ivanka to affordable, high-quality United States. She also
Trump says 1 in 3 Ameri- care. says tax credits are help-
can families spend at least ing make care more af-
She and Patricia
20 percent of their house- fordable.
hold income on child care. Greene, who heads the La- Greene says quali-
President Donald bor Department’s Wom- ty care is important for
Trump’s daughter, who’s en’s Bureau, were among young children’s brain de-
also a White House ad- a dozen people taking part velopment and for keeping
viser, was in Mississippi in a panel discussion at the parents in the workforce.

Mississippi’s state forester resigns after DUI arrest
Assistant State Forester Russell mission didn’t immedi-
ately announce how it
Bozeman named interim state forester will select a permanent
replacement.
The Associated Press port that Charlie Morgan Morgan was arrest-
resigned Monday. ed last week by a state
JACKSON — Missis- Forestry commission- trooper on DUI charges
sippi’s state forester has ers have named Assistant in Leake County while
resigned following an ar- State Forester Russell driving his personal ve-
rest for DUI. Bozeman as the interim hicle. He was later re-
Local news outlets re- state forester. The com- leased. cdispatch.com
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Area obituaries
COMMERCIAL DISPATCH ing. Burial will follow Vessie Evans Morris Harris In addition to her par-
OBITUARY POLICY at Tishomingo City ents, she was preceded
Obituaries with basic informa- COLUMBUS — Ves- COLUMBUS — Mor-
Cemetery. Visitation sie Kate “ Katy” Evans, ris Sylvester Harris, 69, in death by her broth-
tion including visitation and
service times, are provided will be one hour prior to 80, died Oct. 25, 2018, died Oct. 19, 2018. ers, Mike Vann and
free of charge. Extended services at the funeral at her residence. Memori- Tony Vann.
obituaries with a photograph, home. Deaton Funeral Arrangements are al services She is survived by
detailed biographical informa- Home is in charge of incomplete and will be will be at her husband, Andy
tion and other details families arrangements. announced by Lowndes 11 a.m. Scrivner of Millport;
may wish to include, are avail- Mrs. Gist was born Funeral Home. Saturday at daughters, Alicia
able for a fee. Obituaries must
March 22, 1938, in Lee-Sykes Pennington of Vernon
be submitted through funeral
Tishomingo County, and Dixie Scrivner of Hugh Nance
homes unless the deceased’s
to the late Wess and Markcus Pate Funeral
Millport; sons, Cody Visitation:
body has been donated to
COLUMBUS — Home Saturday, Oct. 27 • 11-12 PM
science. If the deceased’s Vera Aldridge. She was Chapel.
Harris Hawkins and Braden Fairview Baptist Church
formerly employed as a Markcus M. Pate, 34, Services:
body was donated to science,
died Oct. 12, 2018, at Visitation Scrivner, both of Mill-
the family must provide official bank bookkeeper and Saturday, Oct. 27 • 12 PM
his resi- will be from 3-6 p.m. port; sisters, Lori Daw- Fairview Baptist Church
proof of death. Please submit was a member of Tisho- kins of Kennedy, Sherry Burial:
all obituaries on the form pro- dence. Friday at the funeral
mingo U.M. Church. Phebus of Columbus Friendship Cemetery
vided by The Commercial Dis- Services home. Lee-Sykes Funer- Memorial Gunter Peel
In addition to her and Donna Moses of
patch. Free notices must be will be at al Home is in charge of Funeral Home
parents, she was pre- Ralph; brothers, Johnny 2nd Ave. North Location
submitted to the newspaper
11 a.m. arrangements.
no later than 3 p.m. the day ceded in death by her Vann and Scott Vann,
Saturday at Mr. Harris was
prior for publication Tuesday husband, Joe Gist.
Shiloh Full born Feb. 25, 1949, to both of Vernon; and two Lorena Pruden
through Friday; no later than 4 She is survived grandchildren. Visitation:
Gospel Lillian “Ma” Sykes. He
p.m. Saturday for the Sunday by her brothers, Ken Pate Pallbearers will be Monday, Oct. 29 • 10-11 AM
edition; and no later than 7:30 Baptist attended Motley High First United Methodist Church
Aldridge of Caledonia Dusty Vann, Dylan Services:
a.m. for the Monday edition.
and bobby Aldridge of Church School and was former-
Monday, Oct. 29 • 11 AM
Incomplete notices must be re- with the Rev. Jamal ly employed as a brick Vann, Eric Dawkins, First United Methodist Church
ceived no later than 7:30 a.m. Tishomingo. Rusty Dawkins, Wes Burial:
Pallbearers will Wilson officiating. laborer, construction
for the Monday through Friday Moses and Rodney Lee Memorial Park
editions. Paid notices must be be Chris Jones, Ron Burial will follow at worker, steel worker Verona
Gibbs Cemetery in and mechanic and with Vann. Memorial Gunter Peel
finalized by 3 p.m. for inclusion Aldridge, Danny Al- Funeral Home
the next day Monday through dridge, Cody Aldridge, West Point. Visitation the Chrysler Corpora-
2nd Ave. North Location
Thursday; and on Friday by 3
Michael Floyd and will be from noon-6 tion in Detroit, Michi- Lorena Pruden
p.m. for Sunday and Monday
Tommy Floyd. p.m. Friday at Carter’s gan. COLUMBUS — Lo- Wilma M. Brooks
publication. For more informa- Funeral Services. Car- In addition to his rena Adams Pruden, 99, Incomplete
tion, call 662-328-2471. mother, he was pre- Memorial Gunter Peel
ter’s Funeral Services died Oct. 25, 2018, at
Prude Prisock is in charge of arrange- ceded in death by his her residence. Funeral Home
STARKVILLE — College St. Location
Linda Mosley Samuel Prude Prisock,
ments. daughter, Mavis Jea- Services will be at
LOS ANGELES, Mr. Pate was born nette Moody. 11 a.m. Monday at First
75, died Oct. 24, 2018. April 29, 1984, in He is survived by
Calif. — Linda Faye U.M. Church. Burial
Services will be at 3 Columbus, to Sarah A. his wife, Virginia
Mosley, 58, died Oct. will follow at Lee Me-
p.m. Sunday at Adaton Pate and the late Floyd Harris; daughters, memorialgunterpeel.com
13, 2018, in morial Park in Verona.
Baptist Church with the Thompson Jr. Worthey Moody and
Los Ange- Visitation will be one
Rev. Hal Selby officiat- In addition to his Renee Smith, both
les, Califor- hour prior to services at
ing. Graveside military mother, he is survived
nia. of Columbus; sons, the church. Memorial
services will follow at
Services by his children, Quar- Edward Moody and Gunter Peel Funeral
Craig Springs Ceme-
will be at 2 tavius La’Markcus Pate Avery Whitfield, both Home and Crematory,
tery. Visitation will be
p.m. Satur- of Atlanta, Georgia and of Columbus and Yul Second Avenue North
from 5-7 p.m. Satur- After-school fun:
day at New Haizley Rayne Pate of Walker of Detroit; 16 location is in charge of
day at Welch Funeral
Zion U.M. Mosley Home. Welch Funeral
Corinth; and siblings, grandchildren; and 11 arrangements. Boys and Girls Club
Church in Home is in charge of
Cynthia Jennings, great-grandchildren. Memorials may be 244-7090
Starkville. Interment Fredrick Pate and made to First U.M.
arrangements.
will follow at Public Mr. Prisock was born
Dematoris Pate, all of Margaret Scrivner Church, P.O. Box 32,
Cemetery. Visitation Columbus and Vincent MILLPORT, Ala. — Columbus, MS 39703.
Aug. 8, 1943, to the late
will be from 1-6 p.m. Walker of West Point. Margaret Vann Scriv-
Erskin and Velma Scar-
Friday at West Memo- Pallbearers will be ner, 56, died Oct. 24, If you had no idea
brough Prisock. He was
rial Funeral Home. Joe Baldwin, Dangelo 2018, at Fayette Medical what to get her for
graduate of Starkville
West Memorial Funeral Ashford, Larry Brewer, Center in Fayette, Ala- Valentine’s Day...
High School. He was a
Home is in charge of Bradley Davis, Eric bama.
U.S. Navy Seabee, serv-
arrangements. Lloyd, Roosevelt Porter, Services will be at 2 Imagine how
ing in Vietnam and was
She is survived by DeShun Jefferson, p.m. Sunday at Asbury overwhelming
formerly employed with
her son, Dereck Ricar- Donny Harris and Troy Community Church arranging her funeral
Warren Kleban Com-
do Hoskins; sisters, Rae Davis. with the Rev. Jamie would be.
pany. He also owned
Mosley, Patsy Mosley, and operated Rebecca’s Turner officiating. Buri- Give her the perfect gift, make pre-arrangements as a
Brenda Mosley, Jacque- Carpets and P & M One Henrietta Jones al will follow at Meadow couple with Lowndes Funeral Home & Crematory.
line Mosley Johnson, Stop at Adaton. COLUMBUS — Branch Cemetery. Vis-
Lisa Wright and Willie He is survived by Henrietta Jones, 90, itation will be one hour Call today for an appointment (662) 328-1808.
Mae King; and broth- his wife, Margaret died Oct. 24, 2018, at prior to services at the
ers, Sylvester Mosley, Hicks Prisock; daugh- her residence. church. Dowdle Funeral
Harold Mosley, Edgar
Mosley, Larry Hill and
ters, Lynn Prisock of Arrangements are
incomplete and will be
Home is in charge of
arrangements.
Is Estate or
Starkville and Cristy
Howard Hill. Prisock of Denver, Col- announced by Carter’s Mrs. Scrivner was Long Term Care
orado; and one grand- Funeral Services. born Oct. 13, 1962,
Sue Gist child. in Fayette, to the late Planning Necessary
TISHOMINGO — Memorials may be Maggie Gardner Monroe and Ethel Trull
to Protect Your
Sue Gist, 80, died Oct. made to Adaton Baptist COLUMBUS — Vann. She attended
23, 2018, at the Car-
rington House in Iuka.
Church Children’s Min-
istry, 2872 MS Hwy.
Maggie V. Gardner, 88,
died Oct. 24, 2018, in
Kennedy School and
was formerly employed
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Goodwill workers in NJ find original 1774 ‘rebel’ newspaper
The Associated Press president of the Provincial York auction house Cohas- in some was as much or
Congress, who pleads for co says the “rebel” news- more as it is today. (But)
BELLMAWR, N.J. — the Colonies to fight back paper shows how “every- the language was more
A quick eye by Goodwill “enemies” trying to divide one was good and mad” powerful in putting down
workers in southern New them. at the British just months the other side.”
Jersey turned up framed A jumble of small adver- before the Revolutionary Snyder estimates the
pages from an original
tisements offer rewards War began. The masthead newspaper’s value at
1774 Philadelphia newspa-
for a lost horse or runaway design is a variant of the $6,000 to $16,000. Good-
per with an iconic “Unite
or Die” snake design on apprentice, while anoth- “Join, or Die” political car- will Industries hopes to
the masthead. er insists the poster will toon credited to Benjamin sell it to help funds its
The frayed Dec. 28, no longer pay his “misbe- Franklin. educational and job-train-
1774, edition of the “Penn- hav(ing)” wife’s debts. “These were very im- ing services, according to
sylvania Journal and The discovery was first portant propaganda tools,” Heather Randall, e-com-
the Weekly Advertiser” reported by NJ Pen, an on- Snyder said of newspapers merce manager of the
boasts three items signed line news site. and pamphlets of the era. regional operation in Bell-
by John Hancock, then Bob Snyder of the New “The viciousness then mawr, New Jersey.
The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com FRIDAY, October 26, 2018 5A

Greene-Leech RAISING AWARENESS
OF BREAST CANCER:
Continued from Page 1A Community Outreach Coor-
she spoke about her fight co-workers.” dinator Glenda Buckhalter
speaks at the city’s “Win-
with breast cancer to a It was the first thing
ning Wednesday Breast
crowd of city officials and Greene-Leech impressed Cancer Awareness Day”
downtown merchants at on her audience Wednes- outside City Hall Wednes-
the “Winning Wednesday day: Be on the lookout day evening. The city
Breast Cancer Awareness for signs of cancer and organized the event with
Day” on the steps of City receive routine mammo- city officials and downtown
Hall Wednesday evening. grams and other tests. merchants to raise aware-
“When you think about “Examine yourself,” ness of breast cancer and
cancer, you think about she said. “Know your the importance of regular
what?” she asked her body. Know when there’s mammograms. Behind
Buckhalter are Columbus
audience. “Death. ... Well something different.”
Mayor Robert Smith, City
I want to let you know, you Attorney Jeff Turnage,
don’t have to die.”
‘If you need to cry, cry’ Ward 4 Councilman Fred
Jackson, Ward 5 Council-
The next thing Greene-
The ‘lucky’ one Leech emphasized is
man Stephen Jones, City
Planner George Irby, Chief
Greene-Leech said being surrounded by
what sticks out to her Operations Officer David
positive people. Too often, Armstrong, Ward 1 Council-
most about having breast she said, people will tell man Gene Taylor and Ward
cancer was the way she cancer patients about the 6 Councilman Bill Gavin.
discovered it. time a friend or family Isabelle Altman/Dispatch Staff
“I sat around for about member died or how
a week or maybe two or hard it was on them or
maybe three saying, ‘Oh, someone they knew going
it’s going to go away. It’s through chemotherapy.
just a boil or something, But that’s not what some-
or maybe it’s the new bra one fighting cancer wants
I bought that has rubbed to hear, she said.
me wrong,’” she told her “I had a strong group
audience at the breast of people who were with
cancer event Wednesday. me, and that’s what made
It still came as a the difference,” she said.
surprise when her doctor “... I had a lady that told
confirmed it was can- me, ‘Make sure you
cer. Even though breast prepare your meals before
cancer was on her mind you have your treatment,
because a friend had because when you get
just passed away from home, you’re not going to
it, Greene-Leech knew want to eat.’”
breast cancer wasn’t com- Gardner said through-
mon in her family. out her treatment,
“I looked at that doctor Greene-Leech didn’t give
and I said, ‘No way I have in to negativity about her
breast cancer. It’s not in situation.
my family. My mother “She’s such a jewel.
didn’t have it, my grand- She’s just an outgoing per-
mother didn’t have it, son,” Gardner said. “All
none of my sisters have through her treatment
it,’” she said. “And he said and everything, she never
to me, ‘You’re the lucky gave in and she never
one that got it.’ Lucky?” gave up.”
Gretta Gardner, a Greene-Leech said now
cousin to Greene-Leech, she talks to all the women
said the whole family in her family — including
was surprised after the her two daughters —
diagnosis. about breast cancer and
“We all questioned the importance of routine
one another,” Gardner screenings. She told the
said. “And we’re just glad crowd Wednesday she be-
she found it in time, you lieves God saved her from
know? She’s the only one cancer so she could be an
that we know of that had encouragement to other
it.” people going through it.
She said while most of “Keep the faith,” she
the family made sure to said. “Say your prayer
get mammograms, it still and do what you need to
served as a wake-up call do. If you need to cry, cry.
for them. There’s nothing wrong
“Sometimes we get with crying. Some days
caught up with, ‘Well, my you may find that the
mama didn’t have it, my tears just won’t stop. Well
sister didn’t have it, my let them flow.
grandmama didn’t have it, “And when they do
so we don’t have to worry stop,” she added, “dry
about it,’” Gardner said. your eyes, get up and put
“So I’m sure this was a on a new headdress, put
wake-up call to my entire on some lipstick and get
family and a lot of her out.”

Southeast mostly drought-free,
Alabama and Georgia worsening
The Associated Press Forecasters say a broad
area of moisture associ-
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. ated with the remnants
— The Southeastern of Hurricane Willa could
United States is mostly spread rain across the re-
free of drought, but a new gion Thursday and Friday
federal assessment shows as it moves eastward.
conditions are worsening
slightly in Georgia and Al-
abama.
A new map released by
the U.S. Drought Monitor
shows about one-third of
Georgia is either abnor-
mally dry or in a moderate
drought. About one-quar-
ter of Alabama has the
same problem.
Statistics show both
states were less arid the
week before. The big-
gest problem areas are
southeastern Georgia and
northwestern Alabama,
where multiple counties
in each state are abnor-
mally dry.
Conditions are either
unchanged or improving
in Louisiana, Mississippi
and South Carolina.

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Commentary

Fashion trends in men’s weaponry: kicky new guns for winter!
My wife owns 48 pairs dressed freedom fighter That, or something like it, was the be caught DEAD with a Glock?”
of shoes, although, as she owned a .357 magnum hand- famous quote from the movie. And if “They’re un-fabulous,” squealed
huffily pointed out to me, gun. It was the “little black I don’t have it exact, it’s OK because Curtis’ buddy Shane.
that includes sneakers. dress” of pistols, and if a guy words aren’t the point of Clint Eastwood Yeah the Glock is in the back of
Apparently, sneakers are not showed up at the gun range movies. The point of Clint Eastwood the closet now, right next to the acid
to be included in any official without one, the other real movies is that old white guys are tough- washed jeans.
shoe count. men said catty things about er than young black guys. That’s also Now, if you want to be the Disney
Before you think I’m the him behind his back. the point of all “Rocky” movies and the princess of the gun range, you carry a
kind of husband who prowls “My God,” one guy would presidency of Donald J. Trump. Trump 1911 model Colt 45 automatic, the gun
through his wife’s belong- say. “Did you see that little is old, and the “J” in his name doesn’t you simply MUST have if you’re going
ings looking for forbidden .38 Darryl is carrying? It’s stand for “Jamal,” if ya know what I to defend your God-given right AND
luxury, the only reason I just SO last year.” mean. look perky.
counted her shoes was be- Marc Dion “And he looks fat in those After the .44, the fashionista gun It’s a big gun, not at all sleek, but
cause we were moving, and I camouflage pants, too,” among NRA debutantes was the Glock somehow flirty, like Mike Pence.
got bored with just carrying things. another guy would say. 9 mm. The Glock is German, which Buy it now, or the boys at the gun
We are none of us immune to fash- After the .357 magnum, it was the means that, no matter how expensive it range are going to diss you the way
ion. What is the biker’s jacket “colors” .44 magnum pistol, principally because is, it doesn’t look expensive. they did poor Elmo when he showed up
other than a fashion statement? Clint Eastwood carried one in the Anyway, like hot pants and platform with that tacky derringer.
For my obsessed, multi-gun owning “Dirty Harry” movies. heels, the Glock was a fashion mistake, Marc Dion, a nationally syndicated
friends, many of whom regard them- At home, at night, while his wife was and million of girls and men destroyed columnist, is a reporter and columnist for
selves as the custodians of Christ and out buying paper towels, the owner of a pictures of themselves wearing those The Herald News, the daily newspaper
the Constitution, there are fashions in .44 magnum would stand in front of the things. of his hometown, Fall River, Massachu-
guns. mirror, point the pistol and say, “Do ya “Oh, God,” Curtis said down at the setts. For more on Dion, go to go to www.
When I was younger, the well- feel lucky? Well, do ya, punk?” gun range last week. “Do I look like I’d creators.com.

Our View Cartoonist view

Student
veterans find
a much-earned
refuge at
MSU center
Our nation has a long tradition
of honoring the men and women
who serve in our armed forced. We
understand the sacrifices made –
and those that yet may be required
– by hundreds of thousands of
active-duty and retired military.
Support our troops, we say with
enthusiasm, but no amount of
warm feelings will take the place of
action.
What does it mean to support
our troops in a tangible way?
Mississippi State University
provides a good example of that
through its Center for America’s
Veterans.
Monday, the center’s director,
Brian Locke, shared what the
MSU program is doing for veter-
ans during a visit to the Starkville
Rotary Club.
Located in Nusz Hall on the
northern part of campus, the IMMIGRATION
center is a 7,500 square foot facility
that opened in 2016 and boasts
a range of amenities for student
veterans, including private study
Hyperventilating about the caravan
rooms, free copying and printing, A caravan of ragtag Our asylum law permits be 2019 before they reached the Rio
a lounge and a multi-purpose would-be immigrants is entry for those who have a Grande.
room — all features for the largest making its way through the well-founded fear of perse- The right is treating these migrants
population of student veterans or nations of Honduras (per cution on the grounds of as an invading army. Photos are rico-
veteran family members of any capita income $4,630), El race, sex, religion or nation- cheting around social media showing
university in the state, Locke said. Salvador (per capita income al origin. Would-be entrants Mexican police bloodied by encounters
These accommodations are $7,540), and Guatemala (per are told how to phrase with the caravan. The photos are fake.
important because veterans often capita income $8,000) to things: “You will be asked They’re from 2012, when Mexican
feel out of place on the typical Mexico. why you are coming to police and student protesters got into
college campus. Student veterans The response in the U.S. America. Don’t say, ‘I want an altercation. Another inciting photo
are, on average 10 to 12 years (per capita income $60,200) to work.’ You must say you shows two masked men burning an
older than the student population — panic. are afraid to return home American flag on which a swastika has
and their life experiences in the Hyperventilation is seem- Mona Charen because of persecution.” been painted. That photo is from an un-
military are far different than those ingly the response we bring Clearly not all asylum related protest near the U.S. embassy
to all challenges in 2018 requests are bogus or man- and had nothing to do with the caravan.
of the young people who dominate
America. We’ve seen caravans before. ufactured, but some are. Things are There are an estimated 7,000 foot-
campus life.
There was a 1,500-person caravan that desperately bad in Honduras and other sore marchers. Over the course of the
Their challenges are often marched north just this past April. Of Central American nations (though next few weeks, it will dwindle. Many
unique, too. Many are married, of- the band, only 400 actually reached not in Costa Rica — per capita income will seek asylum in Mexico. Others will
ten with children. They bare adult the border and requested asylum. On $16,100). Some frantic people really turn back.
responsibilities that the average average, about 22 percent of asylum do need asylum. Would you repeal Though you’d never guess it from
college student does not have to requests are granted. our asylum laws because some make the tone of our politics, illegal immigra-
cope with. Now, contrary to the tone of some unverifiable claims? tion is at a 40-year low. Mexicans (per
Yet according to the university’s left-leaning coverage, it is not inhu- That brings us to the right’s tone capita income $17,740) once accounted
fall enrollment data, veterans make mane to say that there is no “right” to about the caravan. Congressman Matt for 98 percent of illegal crossings. That
up 13 percent of the student body, a enter the United States. We don’t have Gaetz made the wild charge that the has now dropped to 50 percent. Mexico
total of 2,810 students. an open-door policy. We have laws and Hondurans were being paid by George is getting more prosperous, which, for
That MSU has chosen to recog- procedures. One of those is asylum. Soros to make the trek and “storm the many reasons, including illegal immi-
nize the special circumstances our The caravan coverage on the left US border.” President Trump has been gration, is what we should want for all
veteran students face by devoting is all about babies in strollers and sounding the klaxon. The caravan is of Latin America. The total number of
resources to aid them during their desperate women seeking refuge an “assault on our country,” that the yearly illegal entries has declined from
academic careers is a tangible from criminals. And those stories are “Democrats had something to do with” 1.5 million in 2000 to about 300,000
means of putting words to action. heart-wrenching. What they rarely and contains “criminals” and “unknown today. We might want to increase the
When veterans feel welcomed, acknowledge is that many migrants, Middle Easterners.” He threatened to number of immigration judges on the
when they feel accepted, when especially able-bodied young men, are cut aid to Central American nations, border, the better to process claims of
there is help to navigate some of simply seeking a better life. There’s which the Heritage Foundation has asylum. But let’s keep our perspective.
their unique challenges, they are nothing immoral about that (in their cautioned against, since U.S. aid helps As the Weekly Standard’s Jim Swift re-
place, I would do the same), but neither those nations fight drug traffickers minds us, during its heyday at the turn
receiving the kind of support that
do they get priority in immigration and other criminals. The White House of the 20th century, Ellis Island was
matters most.
just because they live in a miserable issued talking points describing the admitting 5,000 immigrants per day.
country. To abolish ICE, as some on the caravan — still 1,000 miles away — as A caravan of poor people marching
left demand, would be the equivalent of a “crisis” and the Pentagon has an- north to signify their misery is not a
Imagination Library: throwing open our borders. nounced the deployment of 800 troops national emergency. Our inability to
Give the gift of books Further, only the hopelessly naive to the border. Really? Even if all those keep our heads might be.
lowndesil.org would deny that advocates for immi- folks with strollers and roller bags Mona Charen is a Senior Fellow at
grants do sometimes coach them. could cover 10 miles a day, it would still the Ethics and Public Policy Center.
The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com FRIDAY, October 26, 2018 7A

AP-NORC Poll: Most Americans
see a sharply divided nation
77 percent of respondents said they are How Americans view Trump di-
vides along partisan lines, accord-
dissatisfied with the state of politics in the country ing to the poll. While 83 percent of
Republicans approve of how Trump
By JUANA SUMMERS the country will become less divid- is handling his job, 92 percent of
The Associated Press ed over the next few years, and 39 Democrats and 61 percent of inde-
percent think things will get worse. pendents say they do not approve.
WASHINGTON — With just two
A strong majority of Americans, According to the poll, nearly half
weeks to go until the critical mid-
77 percent, say they are dissatis- of Americans say they aren’t hear-
term elections, an overwhelming
fied with the state of politics in the ing enough from campaigns about
majority of Americans say the Unit-
ed States is greatly divided, accord- country. the issues that matter most to them.
ing to an Associated Press-NORC The poll was conducted Oct. Fifty-four percent of Democrats
Center for Public Affairs Research 11-14 in the final sprint to the mid- and 44 percent of Republicans say
poll. Few Americans believe those term elections, in which President they are hearing too little about key
stark divisions will get better any- Donald Trump has been rallying issues.
time soon. his supporters to turn out to vote Overall, top issues for Ameri-
The newly released survey found in November. Overall, 59 percent cans include health care, educa-
that more than 8 in 10 Americans of Americans disapprove of how tion, economic growth, Social Se-
think the country is greatly divided Trump, a Republican, is handling curity and crime, each of which was
about important values. Just 20 per- his job as president, while 40 per- called very important by at least
cent of Americans say they think cent of Americans approve. three-quarters of Americans.

Police: Shooting suspect tried to access black church
White man with a history of violence he thought he saw Grego-
ry Bush outside the First
racial comment after the
deadly shooting at a Kro-
and mental illness accused of fatally Baptist church prior to
Wednesday’s shooting,
ger in Jeffersontown, a
city of about 26,600 peo-
shooting two African-Americans in city police chief Sam Rog-
ers said. The video con-
ple on the outskirts of
Louisville.
Kentucky grocery store firmed Bush’s presence, Rogers said it was too
Rogers said. The church soon, however, to say
By DYLAN LOVAN black church in Kentucky is headed by a black pas- whether the shooting was
The Associated Press before he went to a gro- tor and has a large Afri- racially motivated.
cery store and fatally shot can-American member- “I can’t speculate on
JEFFER SON T OW N, two African-Americans, ship. motive at this time,” the
Ky. — A white man with police said. Bush “appeared to chief said at a news con-
a history of violence and After releasing a photo try to gain access to the ference Thursday. “We
mental illness was record- of the suspect, authori- church,” Rogers said. are pursuing all avenues
ed on surveillance video ties received a tip from The information came of the investigation no
apparently trying to get an employee of the city of as news media outlets re- matter where that takes
inside a predominantly Jeffersontown who said ported that Bush made a us or what it involves.”

Around the world
Saudi Arabia again a Magna Carta from its rounding the Magna Car- is one of four surviving
display case at Salisbury ta. original Magna Cartas.
changes its story on Cathedral. The Magna Carta Police say the Magna
Khashoggi killing Wiltshire Police said granted by King John in Carta was not damaged
RIYADH, Saudi Ara- cathedral alarms sound- 1215 has become an en- and no one was hurt
bia — Signaling a major ed Thursday afternoon during symbol of the rule during the incident.
pivot in its narrative, Saudi when a person tried to of law. The document on
Arabia on Thursday said smash the glass box sur- display at the cathedral
evidence shows that the
killing of journalist Jamal
Khashoggi was premed-
itated, an apparent effort
to ease international out-
rage over the death of a
prominent critic of Crown
Prince Mohammed bin
Salman.
The Saudi prosecutors
cited Turkish evidence
that the slaying was
planned, contradicting a
Saudi assertion just days
ago that rogue officials
from the kingdom killed
him by mistake in a brawl
inside their Istanbul con-
sulate. That earlier asser-
tion, in turn, backtracked
from an initial statement
that Saudi authorities
knew nothing about what
happened to the columnist
for The Washington Post,
who vanished after enter-
ing the consulate Oct. 2.
The shifting explana-
tions indicate Saudi Ara-
bia is scrambling for a
way out of the crisis that
has enveloped the world’s
largest oil exporter and a
major U.S. ally in the Mid-
dle East.

Woman with knife
injures 14 children at
western China school
BEIJING — A
knife-wielding assailant
injured 14 children at a kin-
dergarten in the western
Chinese city of Chongqing
on Friday, police reported.
The attacker, a 39-year-
old woman, was taken into
custody and no motive for
the assault was immedi-
ately publicized.
A report posted on the
police force’s microblog
said the attack at the Xin-
shiji Kindergarten in the
city’s outskirts took place
at 9:30 a.m. as the children
were returning to classes.
It said all were receiv-
ing treatment in a hospital.

Man arrested trying to
steal Magna Carta from
UK cathedral
LONDON — British
police said Friday they
have arrested a man sus-
pected of trying to steal
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Attorney: Man accused of shooting trooper is beaten in jail
authorities to determine if there mediately respond to requests for
FBI spokesman: Bureau is investigating incident have been any federal civil rights comment.
The Associated Press sippi Daily Journal that Eaton was violations,” an FBI statement said. A capital murder charge against
beaten in the Tippah County jail Franks said Eaton was treated Eaton says he shot off-duty Missis-
TUPELO — An attorney for a with staples around one eye and sippi Highway Patrol Trooper Josh
days after he turned himself in for
Mississippi man charged with kill- moved to Marshall County for Smith knowing Smith was act-
the Sept. 30 shooting. safety. He remains jailed without ing as a trooper. Smith died after
ing a state trooper says the man
was beaten in jail. FBI spokesman Brett Carr said bail. midnight Sept. 30 in a bottomland
Jamie Franks, who represents the bureau investigating. District Attorney Ben Creek- near the Hatchie River known
43-year-old Troy Anthony Eaton of “We are aware of this incident more declined comment, while among local as place to ride all-ter-
Rienzi, told the Northeast Missis- and have been in touch with local Tippah County officials didn’t im- rain vehicles and party.

Miller
Continued from Page 1A
of the house,” Miller said. service at their weekly working with other fire- Andrews also spoke at added. “Mike is a great
That was about 20 years luncheon Thursday. While fighters, particularly new- Exchange, where he par- man. I will lay down my life
ago — only a few years af- the Exchange Club spon- comers. ticularly praised Miller’s for Mike. ... He listens, he
ter Miller graduated from sors the award, the fire- “Working for this de- search and rescue work. follows instructions well
the state fire academy and fighters vote every year for partment is really a big For example, Andrews and he obeys the rules. I
joined Columbus Fire and the winner, club member plus,” he told the Ex- said, after CFR’s search love him for that.”
Rescue. Now Miller, 50, Linda Hanson said. change Club. “... It’s al- dog retired last year, Mill- Andrews added the
is an engineer, instructor “Michael is one of the lowed me to work with er was instrumental in award is about more than
and coordinator of CFR’s good guys,” said Hanson, young guys coming on working with local dog honoring one firefighter
overland search and res- who worked as an admin- and sharing the knowl- trainers to get not one re- and said Miller was an ex-
cue task force, even assist- istrative assistant at CFR edge I have gained over placement but two — pup- ample of all the firefight-
ing with recovery last year until she retired in 2012. the years.” pies whose training would ers on the force, who may
when a military aircraft “He’s well-trained, has a Miller also thanked his make them worth $15,000 have to depend on one an-
carrying 16 servicemen great attitude. He’s just an family — particularly his each. CFR bought them other in life-threatening
crashed in Leflore Coun- example of all the guys at wife for “putting up with for $500 each. situations at a moment’s
ty. In total, he’s been on the fire department.” him” spending so much “Instead of having one notice.
CFR’s force 24 years. Miller, who attended time away from home over dog, we now have two “All our firefighters, we
And for the last two the luncheon with his the years — and Andrews, dogs for $1,000 — $29,000 love each other,” he said.
of those years, he’s been wife and sons, said he was who has been on the force cheaper than they would “We’re a team. ... As long
named Firefighter of the honored — and surprised about as long as Miller has have been,” Andrews said. as I’m chief we’re going to
Year. — to be given the award and was there when Miller “These are the types of try to do our best for this
Members of the Co- two years in a row. Still, fought his first fire. things Mike always (does). community and do what
lumbus Exchange Club he credited the knowledge “He’s taught me so “He believes in that we need to do and stick
recognized Miller for his he’s gained training and much,” Miller said. search and rescue,” he together.”

Trust fund
Continued from Page 1A
yesterday, the fund was In September, the su- For the supervisors, lature to change the val- trust fund right now.
about $600,000 below the pervisors raised property it’s something they’ve uation date from Dec. 31 “I think once we get
corpus (the fund’s princi- taxes by 2 mills to bal- seen before. to Aug. 31 each year so past the midterms, ev-
pal),” County Administra- ance its Fiscal Year 2019 In 2016, a fourth-quar- they can better calculate erything will sort itself
tor Ralph Billingsley said budget. ter plunge in the market those profits as they pre- out,” Sanders said. “…
Friday. “The bottom line is meant the county could pare their budget each The economy is in good
On Wednesday, the if things don’t change, withdraw just $73,050 year, which is completed shape.”
market fell by 608 points things are going to be in profits from the trust in September before the The supervisors will
as the Dow lost 7.1 per- pretty tight,” Billingsley funds for the year.
start of the fiscal year on hold a Hospital Trust
cent of its value and the said. Overall, though, the
Oct. 1. Fund Trustees meeting
S&P was down 8.9 per- By law, supervisors returns have been very
cent for the month of Oc- must use the market val- good, with the county Sanders said it’s point- on Wednesday morning,
tober, almost wiping out ue of Dec. 31 each year withdrawing anywhere less to worry too much following the supervisors’
gains for the entire year. to determine how much from $924,000 in 2014 to about the status of the regular board meeting.
A 300-point rally Thurs- money can be withdrawn a high of $1,009,186 this
day pushed the market from the trust fund prof- February.
back into a profit, but the its, which is capped at 3 Aware of the volatility
market opened 300 points percent and cannot take of the market, supervi-
lower Friday morning, money from the corpus. sors will ask the Legis-
again threatening to wipe
out the year’s gains.
Since 2014, the coun-
ty has used profits from
the hospital trust fund
for capital improvements
such as a new E-911 cen-
ter and several communi-
ty centers.
This year, the board
earmarked two more proj-
ects that would be funded
by the hospital trust fund
profits. The board will
execute the contract for
the $840,000 purchase of
land for a sports complex
on Friday. The board will
also execute the contract
for the $190,000 purchase
of the Lipscomb proper-
ty adjacent to the court-
house that it intends to
use for increased park-
ing.
The county will pay
$100,000 per year on the
sports complex property
while paying the entire
amount in a lump sum for
the Lipscomb property.
“Right now, we have
$300,000 in our capital
improvement account, so
if we aren’t able to draw
out any profits from the
hospital fund, we’ll have
exhausted that account,”
Billingsley said.

Arrest
Continued from Page 1A
She also was accused
of misdemeanor domestic
violence in Jackson in July
2017, when she allegedly
stabbed Terrance in the
back.
Terrance has also had
several charges, includ-
ing a 2010 statutory rape
charge that was remanded
from Oktibbeha County
Circuit Court to a lower
court; a 2015 aggravated
assault charge that was
later dropped; a 2015 kid-
napping charge that was
no-billed by a grand jury
and a 2016 cocaine charge
for which he received a
suspended jail sentence.
Municipal Court Judge
Rodney Faver set Teyana’s If you don’t read The Dispatch, how are you gonna know?
bond at $10,000.
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Bulldogs continue
to search for ways
to be more explosive
By Bret t Hudson
bhudson@cdispatch.com

STARKVILLE — There’s a reason Joe
Moorhead mentions explosive plays as much as
he does and tracks them so extensively.
His experience — and some numbers he has
seen in the advanced statistics world — suggest
they impact winning more than most.
In the face of offensive struggles unlike any
other in his career, Mississippi State’s football
coach is looking for way to create more of them
for the way out.
“We’re running the ball very well and we need
to find a way to create more explosive plays in
addition to the ones we’re doing in the run game
with the pass game,” Moorhead said.
Moorhead said earlier in the season his sys-
tem doesn’t require players to break the system
to create big plays. MSU (4-3, 1-3 Southeastern
Conference) hopes that will be the case at 6 p.m.
Chris McDill/Special to The Dispatch
Saturday (ESPN) when it plays host to No. 16
Heritage Academ’s Eli Acker lifts Moak Griffin following Griffin’s touchdown in the first quarter against Kirk Texas A&M (5-2, 3-1) at Davis Wade Stadium.
Academy in their game in August. Heritage Academy will try to build on its Mississippi Association of Independent See MSU, 4B
Schools (MAIS) Class AAA, District 2 title at 7 p.m. Friday when it plays host to Lee (Miss.) Academy in the first
round of the Class AAA playoffs.
Game 8

PATRIOTS BEGIN PLAYOFFS AT HOME
n No. 16 Texas A&M, 6 p.m. Saturday
(ESPN; WKBB-FM 100.9, WFCA-FM 107.9).

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Sean Harrison has nearly home-field edge to Jackson Harrison said. “The message is no
Friday can be taken for granted be-
launch the Straight Sippin’ podcast. The Dispatch’s
Brett Hudson will join Tom Eble and Courtney Robb
everything back together at the twice a week during football season, Wednesday and
cause Monday we could just as eas-
right time. After bouncing back from a two- Sunday, to preview and to recap Mississippi State and
ily be turning our stuff in as we can Ole Miss football. Follow Brett Hudson on Twitter,
The Heritage Academy football game losing skid early in the sea- be practicing.” @Brett_Hudson, to get the latest episode. The podcast
coach said in July that he liked the son and overcoming a stretch with The second season will begin will be on iTunes and Google Play soon.
potential of the 2018 squad and that multiple players out with injuries, at 7 p.m. Friday when No. 2 seed
he hoped it could navigate a tough Harrison feels Heritage Academy Heritage Academy plays host to
schedule and be playing its best
football in time for the playoffs.
is ready to start the second season.
“We have gotten just about ev-
No. 15 Lee (Miss.) Academy in the
See PATRIOTS, 3B No. 1 Lions wrap up
Kelly hopes losses lead to postseason berth
CALEDONIA
perfect first season
M Reigning national champs will play next
ichael Kelly isn’t
a “what-if” guy.
After back-
to-back one-point losses,
week at home in first round of playoffs
it would be easy for the BY SCOTT WALTERS
Caledonia High School swalters@cdispatch.com
football coach to offer
excuses. But Kelly knows BOONEVILLE — East Mississippi
that isn’t going to help Community College sophomore defensive
him and his coaches lineman Eriq Kitchen knew the time had come
change a mentality and to make a play.
build a program. The No. 1 EMCC football team was
That’s why Kelly unexpectedly in a tight
wants his game. A persistent No. 1 EMCC 26,
players to
“sell out”
rain had turned the NEMCC 7
playing surface of Tiger
at 7 p.m.
Stadium into a mud pit. The
Friday
when Lions were leading on the scoreboard, but their
Cale- undefeated regular season was in jeopardy.
donia See EMCC, 4B
Adam takes on
Minichino Itawamba Contributed Game 10
Agricul- Caledonia High School football fans show their support for Michael Kelly, the team’s n No. 15 Copiah-Lincoln Community College,
tural High in a Mississip- head coach, and the Confederates during a recent home game. 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3 (WGTC-FM 92.7,
pi High School Activities WZKR-FM 103.3, WFCA-FM 107.9;
Association (MHSAA) help Caledonia (3-6, 1-3 and Shannon, who are 4-0 third place with a victory Video stream at www.EMCCAthletics.com/live.
Class 4A, Region 2 game region) secure the fourth in the region, will play for against Mooreville (0-4).
in Fulton. and final playoff spot first place, while Amory Amory would win a
A win likely would from the region. Pontotoc (1-3) will try to wrap up See MINICHINO, 3B
Inside
n MORE COLLEGE FOOTBALL: EMCC-Northeast
Mississippi C.C. Box. Page 4B

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WOMEN’S COLLEGE SOCCER
THURSday’s Games NOTE: For updates on the game, follow n Caledonia at Itawamba AHS
Alabama
State
Briarwood Christian 26, Fairfield 0
Scott Walters on Twitter @dispatchscott
n New Hope at Noxubee County
NOTE: For updates on the game, follow
(Broadcast on WZLG-FM 98.5)
n West Lowndes at Ethel
MAIS Class AA Playoffs — First Round
Missed chances cost
MSU spot at SECs
Central - Clay County 14, Center Point 0 David Miller on Twitter @DispatchDave
Edgewood Academy 35, n Oak Hill Academy at Tri-County Academy
Success Unlimited Academy 14 n Warren Central at Starkville
(Broadcast on WKBB-FM 100.9 will start Christian Football Association Playoffs
Fairview 34, Danville 6
Gadsden 35, Grissom 7 at 6:45 p.m.) First Round
Jackson Olin 18, Homewood 10 NOTE: For updates on the game, follow By Bret t Hudson
n Victory Christian at Russell Christian
Jeff Davis 34, Enterprise 31 Brett Hudson on Twitter @Brett_Hudson bhudson@cdispatch.com
n Aberdeen at South Pontotoc
Linden 68, Ellwood Christian Academy 0 n Saltillo at West Point
North Sand Mountain 26, Section 8 (Broadcast Streaming on Mississippi
(Broadcast on WWZQ-AM 1240, WAMY-AM STARKVILLE — The No. 12 Tennessee wom-
Pleasant Grove 41, Woodlawn 6 Supertalk at www.supertalk.fm) 1580 will start at 6:30 p.m. with Coach en’s soccer team gave Mississippi State the help
Ramsay 42, John Carroll Catholic 6 Eric Spann Show) it needed minutes after the Bulldogs took the
Springwood School 30, Lee-Scott Aca. 12 NOTE: For updates on the game, follow
Will Nations on Twitter @NationsSports n Leake County at Hamilton pitch to start the second half Thursday night.
Theodore 44, Mary Montgomery 7
Mississippi Association of Independent MSU entered the night needing a victory
Wenonah 34, Parker 0 n Leake Central at Louisville
Williamson 7, Escambia County 2 Schools against LSU and help elsewhere in
n Mooreville at Amory the league to make the Southeastern
Mississippi Class AAA Playoffs — First Round
(Broadcast on WAFM-FM 95.7 will start at Conference tournament.
LSU 2,
State n Lee (Miss.) Academy at
Charleston 20, Yazoo County 6 Heritage Academy 6:30 p.m. with coaches show) Tennessee obliged by MSU 1
Coahoma County 20, West Tallahatchie 14 NOTE: For updates on the game, follow n East Webster at Leflore County beating Missouri in
East Union 48, Strayhorn 16 overtime, so all the Bulldogs had to
Independence 47, Coahoma AHS 6 Adam Minichino on Twitter @ctsportseditor n Aliceville at Selma
n Natchez Cathedral Unit School at n Hubbertville at Pickens County do was topple the Tigers.
Jefferson Davis County 55, Wesson 27
Kossuth 40, Alcorn Central 8 Starkville Academy MSU had plenty of opportunities to make
n Lamar County at Gordo
Potts Camp 16, Byers 12 (Broadcast on WLZA-FM 96.1 will start history.
(Broadcast on WJEC-FM 106.5) The Bulldogs racked up 27 shots, including
TODAY’S GAMES at 6:30 p.m.; Streaming on Mississippi
n South Panola at Columbus Supertalk at www.supertalk.fm) n South Lamar at Brilliant eight on goal, and limited LSU had eight shots.
(Broadcast on WMSV-FM 91.1 will start at NOTE: For updates on the game, follow n Sulligent at Cold Springs But MSU’s offensive pressure failed to produce
6:30 p.m.) Amber Dodd on Twitter @amberdodd97 n Pickens Academy at Patrician Academy See SOCCER, 4B
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briefly CALENDAR MEN’S COLLEGE GOLF Baseball
World Series
Mississippi State
Pichaikool primed
(Best-of-seven, x-if necessary)
Prep Football All Games on FOX
Boston 2, Los Angeles 0
Harlem Globetrotters will join men’s, women’s basketball Schedule, Page 1B Tuesday, Oct. 23

to earn first win
Boston 8, Los Angeles 4
teams at Maroon Madness Prep Basketball Wednesday, Oct. 24
Boston4, Los Angeles 2
STARKVILLE — The Harlem Globetrotters will join the Mississippi Saturday’s Games Today’s Game
Boston (Porcello 17-7) at Los Angeles (Buehler
State men’s and women’s basketball programs for Maroon Madness at

to boost résumé
Starkville High hosts Pre-Season Jamboree 8-5), 7:09 p.m.
7:30 p.m. Friday at Humphrey Coliseum. Saturday’s Game
Admission is free. Doors will open at 6 p.m. The first 500 fans will College Football Boston (Eovaldi 6-7) at Los Angeles (Hill 11-5),
7:09 p.m.
receive complimentary Maroon Madness T-shirts. Saturday’s Games x-Sunday’s Game
Boston at Los Angeles, 7:15 p.m.
The clear bag policy and walk-through metal detector screening
Southern Miss at Charlotte, 1 p.m. By Bret t Hudson
x-Tuesday’s Game
process will be in place. Prior to the start of Maroon Madness, The Vista Los Angeles at Boston, 7:09 p.m.
will sponsor a 3-on-3 Greek basketball tournament. Texas A&M at Mississippi State, 6 p.m. bhudson@cdispatch.com x-Wednesday’s Game
Los Angeles at Boston, 7:09 p.m.
Fans will be treated to performances by the Harlem Globetrotters, College Cross Country
who are a “worldwide icon, synonymous with family entertainment and
Today’s Meet STARKVILLE — Peng Pichaikool follows his Basketball
great basketball skills. Founded in 1926, the Globetrotters have enter- cue. He leaves the putting green, takes a seat in NBA
tained more than 146 million fans in 123 countries around the world. SEC Championships (Auburn, Alabama) Thursday’s Games
his coach’s office, and answers a few questions.
A variety of skills competitions will feature players from both Men’s College Golf Pichaikool is polite. He’s not dismissive, but
Detroit 110, Cleveland 103
Portland 128, Orlando 114
programs and include a Hot Shot, 3-point, slam dunk, and four-on-four Saturday’s Matches Boston 101, Oklahoma City 95
contests. he’s not overwhelmingly forthcoming, either. He L.A. Lakers 121, Denver 114
Today’s Games
n In related news, graduate transfer Anriel Howard was named Mississippi State at Steelwood Collegiate
then retreats to the back of the room and grabs Chicago at Charlotte, 6 p.m.
Thursday to the watch list for the Katrina McClain Award, which goes to Invitational (Mobile, Alabama) Dallas at Toronto, 6:30 p.m.
a few peanut M&M’s while teammate Garrett Golden State at New York, 6:30 p.m.
the nation’s top power forward. Southern Miss at Steelwood Collegiate (Loxley, Brooklyn at New Orleans, 7 p.m.
Howard, a Preseason All-Southeastern Conference selection by Johnson answers a few questions. L.A. Clippers at Houston, 7 p.m.
Alabama) Milwaukee at Minnesota, 7 p.m.
select league and national media members, is one of 20 candidates on MSU men’s golf coach Dusty Smith is next. He Washington at Sacramento, 8 p.m.
Sunday’s Matches Saturday’s Games
the watch list for the award. She is one of two SEC players on the list. remembers his first short conver- Boston at Detroit, 6 p.m.
The Atlanta native joins the Bulldogs after playing her first three Mississippi State at Steelwood Collegiate
sations with Pichaikool before he Utah at New Orleans, 6 p.m.
Charlotte at Philadelphia, 6:30 p.m.
years at Texas A&M, where she set the Aggies’ career rebounds (1,002) Invitational (Mobile, Alabama)
and double-doubles (32) records. Howard enters her senior season found his way through the barrier. Chicago at Atlanta, 6:30 p.m.
Ole Miss at Warrior Princeville Invitational (Kauai, Indiana at Cleveland, 6:30 p.m.
the SEC’s second-leading active career rebounder behind her new Pichaikool is working toward Phoenix at Memphis, 7 p.m.
Hawaii) Portland at Miami, 7 p.m.
teammate Teaira McCowan. another breakthrough: his first L.A. Lakers at San Antonio, 7:30 p.m.
In 2017-18, Howard averaged a double-double for the sec- Southern Miss at Steelwood Collegiate (Loxley, Orlando at Milwaukee, 7:30 p.m.
victory as a Bulldog. Sunday’s Games
ond-straight year, tallying 12.1 points per game and 12.2 rebounds per Alabama) Golden State at Brooklyn, 4 p.m.
Despite finishing second three Phoenix at Oklahoma City, 6 p.m.
game. She set the Aggies’ season rebounds record mark with 439, and Mississippi University for Women at Gulf Coast
her 12.2 average ranked second in the SEC behind Teaira McCowan times, Pichaikool is making a case Utah at Dallas, 6 p.m.
Washington at L.A. Clippers, 8:30 p.m.
C.C. Invitational
and seventh nationally. Pichaikool to become the best player in MSU
Last season, Howard notched 20 of her 32-career double-doubles Men’s College Soccer men’s golf history. He will try to Football
a year ago, and she collected 22 double-figure scoring games and had Saturday’s Match bolster his résumé starting Saturday when MSU NFL
Thursday’s Game
10-plus rebounds in 30 games. Mississippi University for Women at Hiwassee
The Bulldogs were picked to repeat after winning the first league opens play in the Steelwood Collegiate Invita- Houston 42, Miami 23
Sunday’s Games
College, 1 p.m. tional in Loxley, Alabama. Philadelphia vs Jacksonville at London, UK,
title by an MSU women’s program. MSU won a nation’s-best 37 games,
the second-most in SEC history, and did so behind the second-longest Women’s College Soccer Pichaikool enters MSU’s final event of the fall
8:30 a.m.
Cleveland at Pittsburgh, Noon
Washington at N.Y. Giants, Noon
winning streak in conference annals (32 games). MSU posted the first Saturday’s Match as the world’s 51st-ranked amateur golfer. Seattle at Detroit, Noon
undefeated regular season by a league squad in 20 years. Baltimore at Carolina, Noon
MSU will play host to NCAA Division II national champion Central
Mississippi University for Women at Hiwassee “I tell him often he’s probably the best player Denver at Kansas City, Noon

Missouri at 6 p.m. Nov. 2. MSU will open the regular season Tuesday, College, 11 a.m. in every field we go to,” Smith said. Tampa Bay at Cincinnati, Noon
N.Y. Jets at Chicago, Noon
Pichaikool’s MSU record suggests as much. Indianapolis at Oakland, 3:05 p.m.
Nov. 6, against Southeast Missouri State.
n Women’s cross country team will compete at Southeastern
College Swimming and Diving This fall, Pichaikool has outplayed 130 golfers
Green Bay at L.A. Rams, 3:25 p.m.
San Francisco at Arizona, 3:25 p.m.
Conference Championships: At Auburn, Alabama, the women’s cross Today’s Meet New Orleans at Minnesota, 7:20 p.m.
and been beaten by seven. He notched the third Open: Dallas, Tennessee, L.A. Chargers,
country team will compete at the SEC Championships looking to secure Alabama at Tennessee Atlanta
their fifth-straight top-five finish at the event. runner-up finish in the Louisville Cardinals Chal- Monday’s Game

The league meet, hosted by Auburn, will be at the Indian Pines Women’s College Tennis lenge and finished in the top 10 in the Carmel New England at Buffalo, 7:15 p.m.

Golf Course. The women’s 6-Kilometer race, featuring the Bulldogs, Today’s Matches Cup, which featured a field with eight teams that College Scores / Schedule
Thursday’s Games
begins the day at 9 a.m. Admission to the meet is free. Highlights of the Alabama, Mississippi State at Roberta Alison Fall made the NCAA tournament last year. EAST
West Virginia 58, Baylor 14
championship will be televised at Noon on Nov. 4 on SEC Network.
In the preseason coaches’ poll, the Bulldogs were predicted to
Classic (Tuscaloosa, Alabama) For his career, Pichaikool is on pace to break SOUTH
Georgia Southern 34, Appalachian State 14
finish fourth in the conference. Last season, Shannon Fair paced Ole Miss at Auburn Invitational (Auburn, Alabama) the school record for career scoring average. His Georgia Tech 49, Virginia Tech 28
State to its fifth-place result, earning a ninth-place finish to be named Saturday’s Matches scoring average from his freshman year (71.15) is MIDWEST
Ohio 52, Ball State 14
second-team All-SEC. Alabama, Mississippi State at Roberta Alison Fall second in school history. His sophomore season Toledo 51, Western Michigan 24
All 14 member schools will field a women’s team with Arkansas, Classic (Tuscaloosa, Alabama) (71.75) ranks fourth. This season, he has three Today’s Games
Georgia, and Ole Miss being the only ranked teams. Florida also EAST
received votes in this week’s USTFCCCA coaches poll. Ole Miss at Auburn Invitational (Auburn, Alabama) rounds of 65 or better. Only Chad Ramey has Miami at Boston College, 6 p.m.
SOUTH
n Men’s tennis team will compete in USTA Birmingham Sunday’s Matches accomplished that feat at MSU. Pichaikool could Louisiana Tech at FAU, 5:30 p.m.
Futures; Borges will play in Charlottesville Challenger: At Birming- Alabama hosts Roberta Alison Fall Classic play as many as nine or 10 events this season. MIDWEST
Indiana at Minnesota, 7 p.m.
ham, Alabama, four members of the men’s tennis team will open up Ole Miss at Auburn Invitational (Auburn, Alabama) Despite his gaudy statistics, Pichaikool still FAR WEST
Wyoming at Colorado State, 9 p.m.
play in singles qualifying at the Players Choice Open — a United States
Tennis Association Futures tournament — on Friday. College Volleyball hasn’t won a tournament as a Bulldog, but every- Utah at UCLA, 9:30 p.m.

Sophomore Florian Broska, seniors Trevor Foshey and Strahinja Today’s Matches one around him believes that day is coming. Saturday’s Games
EAST
Rakic, and freshman Gregor Ramskogler will play in the 128-player Mississippi University for Women vs. Colorado When Smith took over the program before last Wagner at CCSU, 11 a.m.
qualifying singles draw that opens Friday at the Highland Park Tennis
College (Denver, Colorado), 5 p.m. season, he instituted a focus based on trusting Georgetown at Colgate, 11 a.m.
William & Mary at Rhode Island, 11 a.m.
Center. The main draw, should any Bulldogs advance, will be Oct. a winning process will produce winning results. State Francis (Pa.) at Robert Morris, 11 a.m.
29-Nov. 4. Marshall at Southern Miss, 6 p.m. Massachusetts at Connecticut, 11 a.m.
Several players from SEC programs also will be in the qualifying Alabama at Texas A&M, 6:30 p.m. Few embody that better than Pichaikool. Penn at Brown, Noon
Yale at Columbia, Noon
draw, including players from Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Ole Miss, and Ole Miss at Auburn, 7 p.m. “I get to see the lifestyle he lives. It’s a Lafayette at Fordham, Noon
Lehigh at Holy Cross, Noon
Tennessee. While those Bulldogs are in Birmingham, senior Nuno Saturday’s Matches championship lifestyle,” said Johnson, who is Albany (NY) at Maine, Noon
Borges is preparing for his second ATP Challenger tournament of the
Mississippi University for Women at Johnson & Pichaikool’s roommate. “He’s conscious about Cornell at Princeton, Noon
Bryant at Sacred Heart, Noon
year, as he will take the court in Charlottesville, Virginia, in singles what he eats. He works out 24/7, takes care of Harvard at Dartmouth, 12:30 p.m.
qualifying beginning Saturday. Wales, 1 p.m. New Hampshire at Villanova, 1 p.m.
n Women’s tennis team will compete in Roberta Alison Mississippi University for Women vs. Dallas his body. That’s what you have to do to be great Towson at Delaware, 2:30 p.m.
Iowa at Penn State, 2:30 p.m.
Invitational: At Tuscaloosa, Alabama, four women’s tennis players (Denver, Colorado), 3 p.m. at this game.” Duke at Pittsburgh, 2:30 p.m.
North Carolina State at Syracuse, 6 p.m.
will compete Friday and Saturday in the 31st-annual Roberta Alison Sunday’s Matches For Johnson, that means eating a lot of rice SOUTH
Invitational. Alabama will play host to the event that will feature compe- and noodles, staples of Pichaikool’s native Thai- Clemson at Florida State, 11 a.m.
tition from more than 20 programs at the Alabama Tennis Stadium and Florida at Mississippi State, 1 p.m. Wake Forest at Louisville, 11 a.m.

Roberta Alison Baumgardner Tennis Facility Ole Miss at Alabama, 5 p.m. land, but Johnson doesn’t complain because North Carolina at Virginia, 11:20 a.m.
Stetson at Davidson, Noon
— From Special Reports See PICHAIKOOL, 5B Eastern Illinois at E. Kentucky, Noon
South Carolina State at Howard, Noon
Marist at Morehead State, Noon
Mercer at Wofford, 12:30 p.m.
PREP FOOTBALL on the air
Southern Mississippi at Charlotte, 1 p.m.
North Carolina Central at Delaware State,
1 p.m.

Shorter believes
Coastal Carolina at Georgia State, 1 p.m.
Today COLLEGE FOOTBALL
11 a.m. — Clemson at Florida State, WKDH-WTVA
Virginia Lynchburg at Hampton, 1 p.m.
Furman at The Citadel, 1 p.m.
AUTO RACING Monmouth (NJ) at Presbyterian, 1:30 p.m.
1:55 p.m. — Formula One, Mexican Grand Prix, 11 a.m. — Wisconsin at Northwestern, WLOV VMI at Chattanooga, 2 p.m.
Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Grambling State, 2 p.m.
11 a.m. — Bethune-Cookman at Nebraska, Big Ten

Tigers are hitting
practice, at Mexico City, ESPN News Norfolk State at Savannah State, 2 p.m.
COLLEGE BASKETBALL Network Southeast Missouri at Tennessee-Martin,
2 p.m.
6 p.m. — Exhibition, Transylvania at Kentucky, SEC 11 a.m. — Army at Eastern Michigan, CBS Sports Alabama A&M vs. Alabama State at
Network Network Birmingham, Alabama, 2:30 p.m.
Western Carolina at ETSU, 2:30 p.m.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL 11 a.m. — Purdue at Michigan State, ESPN

stride at right time
Florida vs. Georgia at Jacksonville, Florida,
5:30 p.m. — Louisiana Tech at FAU, CBS Sports 11 a.m. — Texas Tech at Iowa State, ESPN2 2:30 p.m.
Stony Brook at James Madison, 2:30 p.m.
Network 11 a.m. — Massachusetts at Connecticut, ESPNU Arkansas State at Louisiana-Lafayette,
6 p.m. — Miami at Boston College, ESPN 11 a.m. — Vanderbilt at Arkansas, SEC Network 2:30 p.m.
Illinois at Maryland, 2:30 p.m.
7 p.m. — Indiana at Minnesota, FS1 2 p.m. — TCU at Kansas, FS1 Middle Tennessee at Old Dominion, 2:30 p.m.
9 p.m. — Wyoming at Colorado State, CBS Sports 2:30 p.m. — Iowa at Penn State, ESPN Gardner-Webb at Campbell, 3 p.m.
By Adam Minichino Morgan State at Florida A&M, 3 p.m.
Network 2:30 p.m. — South Florida at Houston, WKDH-WTVA Jacksonville State at Murray State, 3 p.m.
aminichino@cdispatch.com 9:30 p.m. — Utah at UCLA, ESPN 2:30 p.m. — Arizona State at Southern California, Incarnate Word at Nicholls, 3 p.m.
Tennessee Tech at Austin Peay, 4 p.m.
COLLEGE HOCKEY ESPN2 Kennesaw State at Charleston Southern, 5 p.m.
MACON — Tyrone Shorter usually smiles 6 p.m. — Minnesota-Duluth at Notre Dame, NBC 2:30 p.m. — Illinois at Maryland, Big Ten Network Central Arkansas at McNeese State, 6 p.m.
Texas A&M at Mississippi State, 6 p.m.
a lot at this time of the year. Sports Network 2:30 p.m. — Florida vs. Georgia, at Jacksonville, Houston Baptist at Northwestern State, 6 p.m.
Prep football fans in the Greater Golden DRAG RACING Florida, WCBI Jackson State at Southern U., 6 p.m.
Tennessee at South Carolina, 6:30 p.m.
5 p.m. — NHRA, Toyota Nationals, qualifying, at Las 2:30 p.m. — Cincinnati at SMU, CBS Sports Network
Triangle area know October, November, and Vegas, FS1 2:30 p.m. — Northern Illinois at BYU, ESPNU
FIU at Western Kentucky, 6:30 p.m.
MIDWEST
December typically belong to Noxubee Coun- FOOTBALL 2:30 p.m. — Kansas State at Oklahoma, WLOV
Central Michigan at Akron, 11 a.m.
Dayton at Butler, 11 a.m.
ty High School. In the last 11 years, the Ti- 6:30 p.m. — High school, Hewitt-Trussville (Ala.) vs. 3 p.m. — Kentucky at Missouri, SEC Network Army at Eastern Michigan, 11 a.m.
Texas Tech at Iowa State, 11 a.m.
gers have won five state titles, including three Thompson (Ala.), at Alabaster, Alabama, ESPN2 5:30 p.m. — Washington at California, FS1 Purdue at Michigan State, 11 a.m.
GOLF 6 p.m. — Boise State at Air Force, CBS Sports Bethune-Cookman at Nebraska, 11 a.m.
in the last four seasons. A closer look shows 1:30 p.m. — PGA Tour, Sanderson Farms Wisconsin at Northwestern, 11 a.m.
Network South Dakota State at Illinois State, Noon
Noxubee County is 82-7 in those months. Its Championship, second round, at Jackson, TGC 6 p.m. — Texas A&M at Mississippi State, ESPN Drake at Valparaiso, 1 p.m.
last loss prior to a loss to Louisville on Oct. 5 4:30 p.m. — Champions Tour, PowerShares QQQ 6 p.m. — Tulane at Tulsa, ESPNU
Northern Iowa at W. Illinois, 1 p.m.
Indiana State at Youngstown State, 1 p.m.
was against Louisville on Oct. 20, 2011. Championship, first round, at Thousand Oaks, 6:30 p.m. — Tennessee at South Carolina, SEC TCU at Kansas, 2 p.m.
California, TGC Network
Southern Illinois at Missouri State, 2 p.m.
Noxubee County will try to build on that 6 p.m. — LPGA Tour, Swinging Skirts Taiwan
Weber State at North Dakota, 2 p.m.

résumé at 7 p.m. Friday when it plays host to 7 p.m. — Texas at Oklahoma State, WKDH-WTVA North Dakota State at South Dakota, 2 p.m.
Championship, second round, at New Taipei City 7 p.m. — Navy vs. Notre Dame, at San Diego, WCBI
Kentucky at Missouri, 3 p.m.
SOUTHWEST
New Hope in a Mississippi High School Activ- (same-day tape), TGC 9:30 p.m. — Oregon at Arizona, ESPN Vanderbilt at Arkansas, 11 a.m.
ities Association (MHSAA) Class 4A, Region 10 p.m. — PGA Tour & WGC, HSBC Champions, Southeastern Louisiana at Sam Houston State,
third round, at Shanghai, TGC 9:30 p.m. — Hawaii at Fresno State, ESPN2 1 p.m.
game at Tiger Stadium. MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 9:30 p.m. — San Diego State at Nevada, ESPNU Alcorn State at Prairie View, 2 p.m.
MVSU at Texas Southern, 2 p.m.
“I think we’re close,” Shorter said when 7 p.m. — MLB World Series, Game 3, Boston at L.A. DRAG RACING South Florida at Houston, 2:30 p.m.
4 p.m. — NHRA, Toyota Nationals, qualifying, at Las Cincinnati at SMU, 2:30 p.m.
asked if he likes where his team is positioned Dodgers, WLOV
Vegas, FS2
Kansas State at Oklahoma, 2:30 p.m.
as it prepares for the playoffs. “We’re pretty NBA Rice at North Texas, 3 p.m.
6:30 p.m. — Golden State at New York, NBA TV FIGURE SKATING Lamar at Stephen F. Austin, 3 p.m.
New Mexico State at Texas State, 6 p.m.
healthy. We have got nearly everybody back. 9 p.m. — Washington at Sacramento, NBA TV 2 p.m. — ISU Grand Prix, Skate America, at Everett, Tulane at Tulsa, 6 p.m.
We have got back there — knock on wood — SOCCER Washington (taped), WTVA Alabama-Birmingham at UTEP, 6:30 p.m.
Texas at Oklahoma State, 7 p.m.
at the right time. We still have some things 1:20 p.m. — Bundesliga, Freiburg vs. Borussia GOLF FAR WEST
Mönchengladbach, FS2 1:30 p.m. — PGA Tour, Sanderson Farms Oregon State at Colorado, 2 p.m.
we’re working on, but I like where we are.” Championship, third round, at Jackson, TGC
Idaho at Eastern Washington, 2 p.m.
WOMEN’S COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL Northern Illinois at BYU, 2:30 p.m.
Noxubee County (5-5, 2-1 region) will cele- 8 p.m. — LSU at Missouri, SEC Network 4:30 p.m. — Champions Tour, PowerShares QQQ Arizona State at Southern California, 2:30 p.m.
UC Davis at Montana, 3 p.m.
brate Homecoming and Senior Night on Friday WRESTLING Championship, second round, at Thousand Oaks, Jacksonville at San Diego, 3 p.m.
night. On the field, it hopes to wrap up a reg- 5 p.m. — UWW World Championships, Day 6, at California, TGC New Mexico at Utah State, 3 p.m.
Montana State at Idaho State, 4 p.m.
ular season that has included injuries, incon- Budapest, Hungary (same-day tape), NBC Sports 7 p.m. — LPGA Tour, Swinging Skirts Taiwan Washington at California, 5:30 p.m.
Network Championship, third round, at New Taipei City UNLV at San Jose State, 5:30 p.m.
sistency on offense, close calls, and the most (same-day tape), TGC
Boise State at Air Force, 6 p.m.

losses the program has suffered since the 9-5 Saturday 10 p.m. — PGA Tour & WGC, HSBC Champions, final
Cal Poly at Northern Arizona, 6 p.m.
Washington State at Stanford, 6 p.m.

season in 2016. A loss to Pontotoc in the third AUTO RACING round, at Shanghai, TGC
Northern Colorado at Southern Utah, 7 p.m.
Notre Dame vs. Navy at San Diego, 7 p.m.
8:30 a.m. — NASCAR, Monster Energy Series, First MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Portland State at Sacramento State, 8 p.m.
round of the playoffs ended that season. Data 500, practice, at Ridgeway, Virginia, CNBC Oregon at Arizona, 9:30 p.m.
Shorter hopes the onset of “playoff time” 7 p.m. — MLB World Series, Game 4, Boston at Los Hawaii at Fresno State, 9:30 p.m.
9 a.m. — NASCAR, Camping World Truck Series, Angeles. WLOV San Diego State at Nevada, 9:30 p.m.
will bring a new sense of focus and intensity Texas Roadhouse 200, qualifying, at Martinsville,
for his program. He said his players’ confi- Tennessee, FS1
MIXED MARTIAL ARTS
7 p.m. — UFC Fight Night, prelims, at Moncton, New Hockey
9:55 a.m. — Formula One, Mexican Grand Prix, NHL
dence has increased the last two weeks after practice, at Mexico City, ESPNU Brunswick, FS2 Thursday’s Games
putting up 107 points in victories against Kos- 10:30 a.m. — NASCAR, Monster Energy Series, 9 p.m. — UFC Fight Night, Volkan Oezdemir vs. Buffalo 4, Montreal 3
Anthony Smith, at Moncton, New Brunswick, FS1 Nashville 4, New Jersey 3, OT
ciusko and Leake Central. First Data 500, final practice, at Ridgeway, Virginia
NBA
Boston 3, Philadelphia 0
Minnesota 4, Los Angeles 1
“All of the playmakers on offense are get- CNBC
Noon — NASCAR, Camping World Truck Series, 6:30 p.m. — Chicago at Atlanta, Fox Sports Southeast Columbus 7, St. Louis 4
Chicago 4, N.Y. Rangers 1
ting touches, so it is going to be kind of hard Texas Roadhouse 200, at Martinsville, Tennessee, SOCCER Dallas 5, Anaheim 2
to prepare for us because we have like six FS1 8:30 a.m. — Bundesliga, Mainz vs. Bayern Munich, Pittsburgh 9, Calgary 1
Edmonton 4, Washington 1
kids who can touch the ball at any time and 12:55 p.m. — Formula One, Mexican Grand Prix, FS2 Arizona 4, Vancouver 1
9 a.m. — Premier League, Liverpool vs. Cardiff City, Today’s Games
score a touchdown,” Shorter said. “I told the qualifying, at Mexico City, ESPNEWS Tampa Bay at Vegas, 5 p.m.
3 p.m. — NASCAR, Monster Energy Series, First NBC Sports Network San Jose at Carolina, 6:30 p.m.
offensive coaches, ‘Let’s get all of these kids Data 500, qualifying, at Ridgeway, Virginia, NBC 11:30 a.m. — Bundesliga, Hoffenheim vs. Stuttgart, Winnipeg at Detroit, 6:30 p.m.
Ottawa at Colorado, 8 p.m.
involved and put all of them in some good sit- Sports Network FS2 Saturday’s Games
11:30 a.m. — Premier League, Leicester City vs. Florida at New Jersey, 11 a.m.
uations,’ so everybody is feeling good about BOXING N.Y. Islanders at Philadelphia, Noon
themselves.” 9 p.m. — Sergiy Derevyanchenko vs. Daniel Jacobs, West Ham, WTVA Edmonton at Nashville, 2 p.m.
Washington at Calgary, 3 p.m.
for the vacant IBF middleweight title; Alberto 9 p.m. — Liga MX, Tijuana vs. Pumas, FS2
Those wins followed a 27-26 loss to Louis- Machado vs. Yuandale Evans, for Machado’s WBA WRESTLING
Buffalo at Columbus, 6 p.m.
Winnipeg at Toronto, 6 p.m.
ville. The defeat snapped Noxubee County’s super featherweight title; Heather Hardy vs. Shelly 8:30 p.m. — UWW World Championships, Day 7, at Montreal at Boston, 6 p.m.
Colorado at Minnesota, 7 p.m.
30-game region winning streak and set up Vincent, for vacant WBO women’s featherweight Budapest, Hungary (same-day tape), NBC Sports Chicago at St. Louis, 7 p.m.

See TIGERS, 5B
Tampa Bay at Arizona, 8 p.m.
title, at New York, HBO Network Pittsburgh at Vancouver, 9 p.m.
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Minichino
Continued from Page 1B
tiebreaker against Caledonia “I told my wife the thing that be proud of every week.
based on its 35-34 victory last
“Our kids want it real bad. Our school wants impressed me the most is there “Our kids want it real bad,”
week in Caledonia.
Two weeks ago, Caledonia
it. I wish you could just walk the hallways. is a young man who is invested
in our program,” Kelly said of
Kelly said. “Our school wants
it. I wish you could just walk the
lost to Pontotoc 28-27 in over-
time. But Kelly admitted the loss
Our kids are asking about it, which I think Fort’s letter. “He knows his
stuff. He knows what is going
hallways. Our kids are asking
about it, which I think speaks vol-
to Amory stung a little bit more
because his team had a touch-
speaks volumes about where our program is on. He has some friends who
play in our locker room. That is
umes about where our program
is heading. You’re changing
down called back with about four heading.” important. … That tells you we peoples’ perception of it, which
minutes remaining. The play have a healthy culture. We’re not is really important to me and our
would have given the Confeder- Caledonia High School coach Michael Kelly there yet. We’re not even close coaching staff.
ates a two-score lead and would to arriving. At least we’re getting “I want our fan base to know
have put them in a much better our head around the corner and if we win we have earned the
position to make the playoffs. toc game because at the end of place. Kelly was hired in June to looking in the right direction.” right to get there, and we need
Kelly said he was most disap- the day I thought it was clean. try to restore order. The former Kelly believes Fort has a fu- their support. If we didn’t, we
pointed that the game was “tak- I thought it was officiated well, Columbus High assistant coach ture in sports writing or writing were close. We’re going to get
en away from them by people played well. It was just two has done more than that. He in general. He said Wednesday it addressed and get it fixed. I
that have no accountability.” Still, good high school football teams has used wins against West two of his coaches have seen think it is just excitement for the
at the end of the day, he said his duking it out on the field and at Lowndes, which beat Caledonia the letter and that he planned to future, especially when you have
team had chances to make plays the end of the day they made a in 2017, and New Hope, which write a letter to Fort thanking 23 ninth-graders getting dressed
and that the Confederates have play and they knocked us out at snapped a 13-game losing streak him for the support. right now. Ten or 11 of them
to learn how to do it. He said the end. This one was a little bit in the series, to win the “Lown- Kelly has just as strong a have played meaningful snaps.
that is on him and his assistant tougher because nothing you des County title.” In the process, belief in his players. He acknowl- The future is bright for Caledo-
coaches to help the players learn coach every day determined the Kelly has built confidence and edges the Confederates easily nia regardless of what happens
how to do it. outcome of this game. That is revitalized a community behind could be 6-3 or 5-4, but they’re Friday night. I don’t say that for
“I am proud of our kids,” Kelly hard to swallow.” its football program. not. He said sometimes teams, our coaching staff or myself. I
said. “They did what they had Talk like that has endeared On Monday, The Dispatch especially one as young as this say that because of those kids,
to do to win the football game. Kelly and his coaching staff to received a three-page letter from one, have to learn how to win. this community, and the student
There were some unforeseen the players, the student body, Caledonia High student Austin That’s not going to happen body. I couldn’t be more proud of
circumstances. The ball bounced and the community. Last season, Fort with a picture of a sign that overnight, but Kelly, who said he our school and our students.”
in the wrong direction. We got a Caledonia went 0-10. It then went read “Kelly>Saban.” Kelly said isn’t a “guarantee man,” knows
few callas against us. It could have through an offseason that saw he hasn’t talked to Alabama his kids are going to work and Adam Minichino is sports
changed the outcome of the game, its new head coach leave in the football coach Nick Saban, but he the community and student body editor of The Dispatch. You
but we have to win to keep playing. spring and the Lowndes County said it is “humbling” to see that have his word that the team will can email him at aminichino@
“This one was probably School Board not approve the kind of support from the student have a chance to win and that it cdispatch.com. Follow him on
tougher for me than the Ponto- man recommended to take his body and the community. will give everyone something to Twitter @ctsportseditor.

Patriots
Continued from Page 1B
first round of the Missis-
sippi Association of Inde- “I don’t think
pendent Schools (MAIS)
Class AAA playoffs at C.L.
they’re going to
Mitchell Field.
The Patriots (8-2)
take anything for
earned the right to play
at home throughout the
granted. They
playoff thanks in part to a understand that
4-0 run through District 2.
They also benefitted from no matter the
Adams County Christian
Academy having to forfeit opponent they
games and dropping from
one of the top five seeds as have to play their
a district champion to the
No. 14 seed. best football
Heritage Academy,
which is riding a five- each and every
game winning streak, and
ACCS could meet in the
Friday night from
third round of the playoffs
if both teams win their
here on out.”
first two games. To do Heritage Academy
that, Harrison said Her- coach Sean Harrison
itage Academy will need
to build off a 21-7 victory
against Starkville Acad- junior quarterback Carter
emy two weeks ago that Putt has done with junior
gave it the inside track to wide receiver Jared Long
win the district title and a and a growing list of his
49-26 victory against Can- teammates on Sunday has
ton Academy that helped helped the offense build
it wrap up an outright even more confidence.
championship. Harrison said the re-
Lee Academy (3-6) was turn to health of three
the third seed in District key players has the Patri-
1 behind Indianola Acad- ots back over 30 available
emy, the No. 1 seed, and players, which will enable
Bayou Academy. the coaches to give some
The winner of the rest at key junctures. He
game between Heritage said the return of Hyde,
Academy and Lee Acade- Harris, and Lott has pro-
my will take on the winner vided a boost to the team’s
of the game between No. spirits.
7 Leake Academy and No. In addition to an ex-
10 St. Aloysius. plosive passing attack,
“Clarksdale Lee is a the Patriots have a run-
good team. They play in ning game led by junior
a tough district and have Kelvin “K.J.” Smith and
played a tough schedule,” the threat of senior Moak
Harrison said. “They’re a Griffin, who can run out
spread team with a split- of a Wildcat package or
four defense. I think we catch passes. All of the
have had a good week of weapons have Harrison,
preparation.” who missed practice Mon-
Harrison said an of- day with the stomach flu,
fense that features two feeling good about his
talented receivers will team’s chances.
present a challenge for “I don’t think they’re
his secondary. He said going to take anything for
the return of junior Banks granted,” Harrison said.
Hyde, who played a little “They understand that no
against Starkville Acad- matter the opponent they
emy before seeing more have to play their best foot-
action against Canton ball each and every Friday
Academy, will bolster a night from here on out.
unit he feels will welcome “We have gotten some
the opportunity. tough draws the past two
“Banks is a kid who years, having to go to In-
has had really bad luck dianola my first year and
with injuries this season,” to ACCS last year. Hope-
Harrison said. “He has fully the only road trip we
begged to come back. I will be taking this year is
think he was mad at me to Jackson (for the Class
after the Starkville game AAA State championship
that I didn’t play him more at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov.
than I did, and I love that. 17, at Jackson Academy).
I love Banks. He works “I feel like our side of
hard. He is another in that the bracket has four of the
group that is out here ev- five best teams, so if we get
ery Sunday, even when he through Lee you’re look-
was injured and couldn’t ing at Leake or St. Al and
do anything.” then potentially Starkville
Harrison said the Pa- or ACCS. I like it. If it is
triots also will welcome worth doing, it needs to
back senior Seth Harris be tough to do, so of we
and senior J.R. Lott, who can go through these four
has been out since early weeks and do what we’re
in the season after having supposed to do, it will be
ankle surgery. He said he well deserved.”
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EMCC
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After Northeast Missis- No. 1 East Miss. C.C. 26, touchdown to Adrian Miller. championship defense. We
sippi C.C.’s DJ Strong re- Northeast Miss. C.C. 7 But Moore was the star. just have to keep it up.”
turned the second-half kick- East Mississippi
Northeast Mississippi
6 0 8 12 — 26
007 0—7 He had his first 100-yard The defense even found
off 81 yards, EMCC faced First Quarter
EM — Messiah deWeaver 9 run (Kick failed).
rushing effort thanks in part its way into the scoring col-
four plays from its 4-yard line Third Quarter
NEM — Reed Collins 8 pass to Kortlon Hubbard
to a 50-yard touchdown run umn on a 35-yard fumble
to protect a 6-0 lead. (Michael Baugus kick). late in the fourth quarter that return touchdown by Kane
EM — deWeaver 29 pass to Adrian Miller (deWeaver
On third-and-goal at the 1 run). to put the game away. Taylor. This score came 26
Fourth Quarter
and then fourth-and-goal at EM — Kane Taylor 35 fumble return (Run failed). “We pretty much did ev- seconds before Moore broke
EM — Keon Moore 50 run (Pass failed).
the 2, Kitchen turned North- erything we could to give loose to find the end zone.
east Mississippi C.C. away
Team Statistics
EM NEM this game away,” EMCC Former West Point stand-
twice. The goal-line stand First Downs 18
Rushes-Yards 47-132 39-1
6 coach Buddy Stephens said. out Everitt Cunningham had
was a defining moment in a Passing Yards 200
Comp.-Att.-Int. 16-26-0 6-16-1
61 “Whether it was a missed eight tackles, including two-
26-7 Mississippi Association Return Yards 36 133 assignment, missed tack- and-a-half sacks. Kitchen,
Fumbles-Lost 4-2 3-3
of Community and Junior Penalties 9-73 13-152 le, penalty, or turnover. We Taylor, and Jeremiah Braziel
Colleges (MACJC) North Individual Statistics did it all. It was just not our had fumble recoveries, while
RUSHING: East Mississippi C.C. — Keon Moore 13-
Division victory. 126, TyQuan Ulmer 9-26, Deon McIntosh 10-19, Mes- best night. Credit to the kids Shavoke Herrington had an
“That is what this team siah deWeaver 12-3, Team 3-(-42); Northeast Mis-
sissippi C.C. — Jalen Cobbs 12-22, Zykeris Mosley for finding a way to win the interception. The Lions had
lives for, moments like that,” 7-3, Karleke Oliver 2-2, Simarcus Evans 6-(-2), Reed
Collins 4-(-5), Sam Williams 2-(-6), Team 6-(-13).
game. After a certain time, 16 tackles for loss.
Kitchen said. “It’s just man PASSING: East Mississippi C.C. — Messiah deWeav-
er 15-24-193-1, TyQuan Ulmer 1-2-7-0; Northeast
you just want to come away EMCC will play host to
on man. We had a goal line to Mississippi C.C. — Jalen Reed Collins 5-14-56-1,
Simarcus Evans 1-1-5-0, Sam Williams 0-1-0-0.
with the win.” No. 15 Copiah-Lincoln C.C.
protect. We had an undefeat- RECEIVING: East Mississippi C.C. — Dontario Dum- On a night where the at 2 p.m. Nov. 3 to open the
mond 5-69, Kalem Reddix 4-59, Deon McIntosh 3-18,
ed season to protect. Pretty Adrian Miller 2-35, Keon Moore 1-10, Braden Boykin teams combined for six MACJC playoffs.
1-9; Northeast Mississippi C.C. — Jalen Kortlon Hub-
much this was a hard game bard 3-18, Xavier Malone 1-22, Damien Carroll 1-21, turnovers, 22 penalties, and “We have nine days to
to play. At that time, there Tameric Perry 1-0.
a bevy of special teams’ ad- rest up and get ready for
were no excuses. Plays just ventures, EMCC’s defense the playoffs,” Stephens said.
had to be made.” game. We just had to make delivered another master- “Super proud of this team to
EMCC improved to 9-0 do and get the win.” ful performance, holding go undefeated in the regular
and finished North Division After the stop to start the Northeast C.C. to 61 yards. season. The last three teams
regular-season play 6-0. The second half, Northeast Mis- The Tigers ran the ball 39 to do that (won the National
Lions finished an undefeat- sissippi C.C. (1-8, 1-5) had times for 1 yard. Junior College Athletic As-
ed regular season for the the better of the field posi- EMCC has held four sociation championship).
fourth time in program his- tion. It grabbed a 7-6 lead one opponents to less than 100 That’s a good sign.
tory, including the first time possession later on 23-yard yards. The 61 yards was a “This group has done
since 2014. drive that was set up by a bad season-best for EMCC. everything we have asked of
“I had never played on an snap on fourth down and a “Everyone is really play- them. They have overcome
undefeated football team,” 19-yard punt by EMCC. ing great on the defense,” adversity and won some
said EMCC freshman run- Two possessions later, Kitchen said. “We just set tight games. The weekend
ning back Keon Moore, who EMCC made everyone on goals of under 100 yards will be good for them to clear
had 13 carries for 126 yards. the visitors’ side breath and shutouts each week. We their minds, to rest up, and
“This was a pretty big deal. easier with an 80-yard, sev- did the yards part and were to get ready. It will be time to
This was a big game for me. I en-play drive that coincided close to a shutout. It’s just a give a great effort when we
had no idea how many yards with the only time the rain testament of the attitude of play again.”
I had. I just knew we had to let up. Messiah deWeaver this team. We had a lot of Follow Dispatch sports
do some things on offense. It had four completions on the things go against us, but we writer Scott Walters on
wasn’t a fun night to play the drive, including a 29-yard kept battling. This is some Twitter @dispatchscott

Soccer
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the results the team needed portunity to make history MSU had five shots in announced Nov. 5.
in a 2-1 loss on a rainy night and earn its first bid to the the final 10 minutes. Robi- “We’re going to prepare
at the MSU Soccer Field. NCAA tournament. The cheaux, a senior defender for (the NCAA tournament)
“We create our own prob- Bulldogs entered the eve- who moved to forward, had and knock it out of the park,”
lems. They scored on us ex- ning with a No. 15 Ratings a career-high eight shots on
she said.
actly how we showed them Percentage Index (RPI). the night.
they score goals,” MSU The NCAA tournament se- “I think we were fully Anagnost believes MSU
coach Tom Anagnost said. lection committee uses RPI motivated to beat this team,” has a “very strong” case to
“We don’t deserve to win the as a factor when it evaluates Robicheaux said. “We were make the NCAA tourna-
game because we should’ve the strength of teams for its pressing them, running af- ment thanks in part to a sev-
scored more than a handful at-large bids. ter every ball, trying to get a en-game winning streak to
of goals in this game; we “I commend my players chance and do anything we start the season.
didn’t make the plays in the for working their tails off, be- could to put this team away Follow Dispatch sports
box and they did. It’s a very ing the best team out there, or tie it back up.” writer Brett Hudson on
unforgiving game.” outplaying them between Robicheaux also believed
Twitter @Brett_Hudson
MSU (9-6-2, 2-6-2 SEC) the 18-yard lines the entire the wet pitch led to a few
needed only four shots to game, creating more chanc- missed clearances and the
open the scoring in the es,” Anagnost said. How occasional odd skip that cre-
eighth minute, but it hit the many crossbars did we hit?” ated some opportunities.
crossbar twice after that as Unfortunately, MSU hit MSU took a 1-0 lead
part of a parade of scoring the crossbar once in each on Zakirah McGillivary’s
chances that were agoniz- half. Those weren’t the only eighth goal. The freshman
ingly close. frustrating moments. In the split two defenders above
As a result, MSU failed to first five minutes, forward the penalty box and came
qualify for the 10-team SEC Brooke McKee played a out with the ball. After tak-
tournament, which starts nice cross on the ground to ing one or two steps, she
Sunday in Orange Beach, no avail. A second cross on launched a shot to the lower
Alabama. Despite the loss, the ground came 14 minutes left corner.
Missouri (6-10-2, 3-6-1) later and led to a corner kick “We wanted to press
earned the No. 10 seed and that resulted in three shots this team because we knew
will play No. 7 seed LSU in from three different players we had a lot on the line. We
the first round of the SEC that were blocked or saved. knew we had to win this
tournament. Missouri and In the first 20 minutes of game,” McGillivary said. “I
MSU, which had the tough- the second half, MSU had knew we were pressing. I
est SEC schedule, didn’t play a cross from midfielder An- got the ball from her, I went
in the regular season. MSU, drea Tyrrell go unfinished, up and shot it, and all I could
which hasn’t advanced to the a dangerous free kick from think about was, ‘I’m doing
SEC tournament since 2004 defender Courtney Robi- this for my team.’ I was so
and has never appeared in cheaux bounce off the cross- happy I could do it.”
the event at Orange Beach, bar, and a slick dribble by MSU will have plenty
Alabama, also didn’t play forward MaKayla Waldner of time to contemplate its
Georgia and Kentucky, the that she used to move deep missed opportunities and
bottom two teams in the into the box go for naught to work on finishing its
league. after her shot went past the chances. The field for the
Still, MSU has an op- far post. NCAA tournament will be

MSU
Continued from Page 1B
“We continually harp to In its first four conference battle back and watch. He’ll
our guys they don’t have to games, MSU generated an battle back this week and
do anything extraordinary. explosive play on 8.3 per- he’ll be ready to play. That’s
They just have to do the cent of its snaps (21-for-253). what great players and great
ordinary things extraordi- Seven were runs against competitors do.”
narily well,” Moorhead said Auburn. After 18 explosive Texas A&M has allowed
in September. “They don’t plays against Stephen F. 50 explosive plays by Moor-
have to quote-unquote make Austin, 13 against Kansas head’s standard — 13.05 per-
a big play. They can do those State, and 17 against Loui- cent of all plays faced — but
things within the structure siana-Lafayette, MSU had 14 came in a loss to Alabama.
of our system.” four against Kentucky, four Tua Tagovailoa and the
Moorhead’s definition of against Florida, and five Crimson Tide had 12 explo-
an explosive play is a run of against LSU. sive pass plays to go with two
12 yards or more or a pass of In those four SEC games, runs. In wins against Arkan-
15 yards or more. He wants 14 of MSU’s 154 runs (9.08 sas, Kentucky, and South
to win the explosive play percent) have gone for 12
Carolina, Texas A&M has
battle by generating more or more yards. Seven of 99
allowed 17 explosive plays.
than the opponent. From a passes (7.08 percent) went
When MSU scouts the
self-evaluation standpoint, for 15 or more yards.
defense, it sees a lot more of
he wants the offense to have Texas A&M isn’t allow-
explosive plays on more ing the recent history to the team that is stingy when
than 16 percent of its snaps color its opinion. The Aggies it comes to allowing explo-
and the defense to allow ex- have watched Fitzgerald sive plays.
plosive plays on fewer than throw for four touchdowns “They’re really good,”
10 percent. Moorhead said and run for three in the last offensive coordinator Luke
those numbers are based in two meetings, both of them Getsy said. “They’re an at-
College Football Focus re- MSU wins. tacking, aggressive group:
search. “That guy’s a great player, the line movements, the way
MSU isn’t far from its and he’s going to rebound,” their guys get off the football,
standard: 14.9 percent, as 69 Texas A&M coach Jimbo the linebackers are downhill
of its 461 plays have met the Fisher said. “He’s a heck of players. They present a big
standard (38 runs, 31 pass- a football player. Everybody challenge.”
es). When the non-confer- has days where they don’t Follow Dispatch sports
ence games are filtered out, play as well as they want to, writer Brett Hudson on
the separation reveals itself. but the true competitors Twitter @Brett_Hudson
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Pichaikool Tigers
Continued from Page 2B Continued from Page 2B
everything tastes pretty wants to win so bad. He’s what he was feeling and the possibility the Tigers the last two weeks to try when Noxubee County will
good. probably the most talent- asked for thoughts to help will have to play the Wild- multiple things. play the No. 3 seed from Re-
On the course, Smith ed golfer in the field, but him settle into the tourna- cats again if they want “The kids are having gion 1, which likely will be
believes Pichaikool’s pro- it’s having him focus on ment. to get back to the state fun,” Shorter said. “We New Albany, next week.
cess is reaching its high one shot and one hole at championship game. played a tough schedule, and Even though Noxubee
point. As his three run- a time. Pichaikool isn’t con- Looking back, Shorter we play a tough schedule for County hasn’t been ranked
ner-up finishes suggest, “There’s not much I cerned about his legacy at feels his team has come a a reason. Our schedule has recently in The Associated
Pichaikool has had plenty can say to him about his MSU. long way since that game, prepared us for this time of Press state poll, Shorter
of opportunities to collect physical game: he hits it “I want to graduate and which was the first one the year. The kids are work- is confident his team is
his first collegiate win. 330 yards down the mid- be the best golfer I can,” back for senior Kyziah ing hard. We are more to- rounding into form at the
They believe he is more dle a lot.” Pichaikool said. Pruitt since the season gether now. A big part of that right time. He believes the
poised to get it. Pichaikool is dedicat- opener against Starkville. is bringing Pruitt back. With program’s tradition and the
Pichaikool is well on
“His biggest area of ed to honing his physical Since his return, Pruitt has his leadership and presence returning players from the
growth is when he has the tools. He said putting his way to realizing that moved to quarterback to on the field, it just seems like 2017 state title, which was
lead or when he’s close to has been an emphasis goal. Now he would just give the Tigers a two-man the receivers are blocking the program’s fifth, will
the lead, can you stay in for him recently, but he like to get a win. system with junior Khristo- better and everybody is hav- make sure the Tigers make
the present mind and can also knows improvement “He is not scared of the pher White. ing fun.” an extended run so they
you stay focused on the in the mental game will moment, that’s for sure,” Shorter said the return In addition to having can add to their 5-0 mark
task at hand more than help him find the mental Smith said. “He will win. of Pruitt has taken some Pruitt back, Shorter said in December in the last
winning the tournament?” edge he needs to win. He of the pressure off White, the rest of the team is near- 10 years. If they can, the
There’s no doubt in my
Smith said. “Sometimes proved his willingness to who emerged as the starter ly 100 percent healthy. He Tigers will win one more
in the final rounds he’ll grow while playing the mind.” with senior Maliek Stall- said he plans to hold one Class 4A title before drop-
get a little ahead of him- Asia-Pacific Amateur in Follow Dispatch sports ings staying at wide receiv- player out this week and ping down to Class 3A next
self and it might cost him Singapore when he texted writer Brett Hudson on er and cornerback. Shorter hopes to have him back season as part of the latest
a few strokes because he Smith. He told his coach Twitter @Brett_Hudson said the Tigers have used for the start of the playoffs, round of reclassification.

Comics & Puzzles
DILBERT
Dear Abby
D
EAR ABBY: I sensitive. When old woman, divorced for three
am wonder- I asked her to years. I was in a loveless mar-
ing if anyone let me know the riage for almost 20 years. Over
else has ever night before if the last three years I have lost
asked about this. she needs to 45 pounds and have started
I have had the cancel, I almost going to online dating sites.
same cleaning lost her for good. I’m attractive, so I get lots of
woman for three I had to call attention.
years. She does repeatedly, and I post nice pictures of
an excellent job I’m walking on myself, nothing sexy. But the
and works hard. eggshells now. kind of attention I’m getting
I got her the last — RENTER IN is not what I want. I’d like to
ZITS six or seven of her NEVADA meet a man and try to have a
clients. However, DEAR RENT- long-term relationship. Most of
she has made ER: For your the men “say” that’s what they
little changes in cleaning woman want, too. But to be honest
the past when I’m to have done about it, it’s not.
not home.
Dear Abby what she did How can I come across
For example, was wrong, and as a woman who wants an
she reorganized a kitchen you need to explain it to her LTR and not a “friends with
drawer and laundry room cabi- so nothing similar will happen benefits” or a hook-up? I don’t
net without first clearing it with again. Sometimes it isn’t what sleep around, so those things
me. Yesterday, when I walked you say but how you say it. just are not my cup of tea.
into my laundry room, I noticed Hang onto your temper while What do I do? — LOST IN THE
two pictures had been removed telling her she has created a ONLINE DATING WORLD
from the wall and rehung in my problem for you. It’s the truth, DEAR LOST: If someone
living room. Furthermore, she and she needs to hear it. If her wants to move your “relation-
GARFIELD used three nails to hang them response is to punish you by ship” to the next level before
and left the first nail in the wall not showing up, you are well rid you are ready, you need to
because she had made a mis- of the woman. say you are not comfortable in
take. I removed the pictures P.S. Visit a paint store moving so quickly. It’s straight-
and returned them to their or home improvement store forward and honest.
original spots. The three holes and you may be pleasantly It occurs to me that there
in the living room wall remain. surprised to know that paint are many kinds of dating sites,
I live in an expensive can be closely matched these and you may be on the wrong
penthouse. The holes are like days if you bring a small ones. If you have friends who
bullet holes to me. This is not sample with you. They may are also in the dating world,
my apartment. I am a renter. also be able to recommend ask them which they use. But
In addition, I do not have the someone who can fix the wall if you have no luck there, con-
paint that matches, and I am for a reasonable price, or offer sider meeting suitable men the
not handy with spackle and guidance on how you can fix it old-fashioned way — by being
painting. yourself. introduced by people you know
CANDORVILLE My cleaning lady is very DEAR ABBY: I’m a 58-year- and who know you well.

Horoscopes
TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Oct. your creation. thing that is telling you what the
26). Your cosmic birthday gift TAURUS (April 20-May 20). “right way” is. The thing is often
will be the addition of a number Speaking too much can be a correct but not always. It’s a
of new characters in your story, function of fear, fear that if you good time to check it.
people to know, trust and love. say the thing, rejection or worse LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). The
This team will help take you is in store. It takes confidence move that puts you ahead today
where your heart has longed to to be so brief. You have a gift is a move toward information.
go. Other highlights: an artistic for getting to the point. This Inform yourself, as this will put
breakthrough, being the envy of is an act of character and you in a position of choice,
friends as you arrive somewhere strength. while those who don’t know will
in style and a cash prize. Aries GEMINI (May 21-June 21). default to one way or method.
BABY BLUES and Leo adore you. Your lucky Today it seems possible to be VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22).
numbers are: 20, 21, 2, 17 younger in every area of life. You’ll provide a kind, welcoming
and 44. Youth is small, so gravity goes face to those who normally may
ARIES (March 21-April 19). easy on it. Live the levity you not have such a thing in their
Had you set out to please them feel, and if you don’t feel it, realm. This is will be your gift
all, you would have been unsuc- imagine it and live that. to the world and also, because
cessful. But instead you create CANCER (June 22-July 22). of what it elicits in others, your
something strictly for your own Trying to do things the “right take from it.
pleasure and are surprised at way” is, in a sense, moving the LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23).
how many others get joy from power away from you and to the You don’t have to be consistent-
ly one way to succeed. Loved
ones are intrigued by your many
facets and moods. Your deter-
mination and ambition seem to
wax and wane with the moon
BEETLE BAILEY and the tides.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
21). Mother said, “If you can’t
say anything nice, don’t say any-
thing at all.” And while discre-
tion serves everyone well, it’s
also possible to get somewhere
by shaking things up. You do it
with charm and will be amusedly
received.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec.
21). Like attracts like. Use the
principle to guide and inform
yourself. For instance, those
attracted to the troubled, intelli-
MALLARD FILLMORE gent types are most likely trou-
bled and intelligent. Everyone is
better for calling it what it is.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19). You’ll enjoy lo-fi fun and
down-to-earth delights. As your
sign-mate Humphrey Bogart
once said, “A hot dog at the
ballpark is better than a steak
at the Ritz.”
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
18). Whatever you’re doing,
don’t stop. What you need now
more than anything else is mo-
mentum. Getting into the flow of
FAMILY CIRCUS motion will begin any number of
exciting happenings.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March
20). Is there a sincerer love
than the love of food? You’ll
challenge the premise in your
own way today and in the
process take a probing look
at your relationship with your
sustenance.

Wishful thinking
SOLUTION:
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Religious briefs
Reservations recommended. Church Anniversary Program
Old Ship of Zion Walk-Ins welcome. Ages 10 & at 9:30 a.m. Nov. 4. The pub-
Radio Program
Program up. No children under 6 & no lic is invited to attend.
Apostles Patrick Perkins
invites the public to tune in to
New Bell Zion U.M. Church, childcare provided. Conces-
WTWG, radio 1050 AM for Per-
3743 Hwy. 25 S. in Starkville,
hosts its Old Ship of Zion
sion stand will be available.
The public is invited to attend.
Grief Support Group fecting the Saints Broadcast,
The Oil of Joy for Grief Wednesdays 8:30 a.m.
Program at 6 p.m. Oct. 27. For reservations or more infor- and Mourning offers a grief
Theme: “I Pray We All Be mation, call 662-323-9333 or
Ready.” The public is invited to visit www.faithstarkville.org.
support group at 6 p.m. every
second Thursday of the month
Women Prayer, Worship
attend. For more information,
call Rose Ferguson, 662-324-
at United Christian Baptist Service
3075.
Fall Festival Church, 232 Yorkville Road Church of the Eternal
First Cumberland Presby- East. “Making your grieving Word, 106 22nd St. S., holds
terian Church, 2698 Ridge journey easier.” For more in- a prayer and worship service
Gospel Explosion Road, hosts its Fall Festival formation, call 662-327-0604 every Thursday from 5-6 p.m.
St. James U.M. Church, from 7 a.m.-1 p.m. Nov. 3. or e-mail unitedchristian@ Call Marie Nabors, 662-549-
722 Military Road, hosts Bake sale, fish dinner, quilt cableone.net. 4322 or 662-329-1234, for
its 2018 Gospel Explosion raffle & crafts available. To prayer requests.
Program at 6 p.m. Oct. 27.
All church choirs, soloist,
place order or more informa- After School Meal Prayer Ministry
musicians, quartets and the
tion, call 662-328-2692.
Program Sudoku YESTERDAY’S ANSWER
Yesterday’sANSWER
answer
public is invited to attend. Fro
Love Harvest Project Southside, Inc. and
New Beginning Everlast-
ing Outreach Ministry invites Sudoku
Sudoku is a number-
YESTERDAY’S
2 4 1 8 3 7 5 9 6
more information, call Laura the Dept. of Education will the public to call in with their placing puzzle
Sudoku based on
is a number-
McCrary, 662-549-3079 or Celebration have a At Risk After School prayer requests at 662-327- a 9x9 grid
placing with based
puzzle severalon 5 3 7 4 9 6 8 2 1

2018 Conceptis Puzzles, Dist. by King Features Syndicate, Inc.
L.C. Cockrell, 662-242-2965. Peter’s Rock Temple Meal Program from 3:30- 9843. agiven
9x9 grid with several
numbers. The object 6 9 8 2 5 1 7 3 4
Church of God in Christ, 223 5:45 p.m. Monday-Friday at given numbers.
is to place The object
the numbers 4 1 6 3 2 5 9 8 7
Fall Festival MLK Dr. in Starkville, hosts its
Annual Love Harvest Program.
Southside Church Gym, 100
Nashville Ferry Road East. For Praise and Worship is
1 to place
to 9
1sotothat
in the
9 ineach
the numbers
empty
the empty
spaces
spaces 7 2 5 6 8 9 4 1 3
New Hope C.M.E. Church, row, each
1452 Yorkville Road East, The Love Harvest Banquet will more information, call 662- Service so that each
column row, each
and each 3x3 box 9 8 3 7 1 4 6 5 2
Sulfur Springs MB Church column
containsand theeach
same3x3 box
number
hosts its Annual Fall Festival be at 7 p.m. Nov. 3 with guest 328-0356.
contains the same number
3 6 9 1 4 8 2 7 5
speaker Evangelist Margie holds a praise and worship only once. The difficulty
at 1 p.m. Oct. 27. The pubic is only once. The difficulty 8 7 2 5 6 3 1 4 9
invited to attend. Hawkins Wilkins of Warner
Robbins, Georgia and Worship
Fellowship Dinner, service the last Friday of each
month at 7 p.m. For informa-
level increases from
level increases from
Monday to Sunday. 1 5 4 9 7 2 3 6 8
Service will be at 10 a.m. Nov.
Youth Service tion, call Pastor Henry Mosley,
Monday to Sunday. Difficulty Level 10/25

Musical Celebration 4 with guest speaker Pastor
Pleasant Ridge Faith 662-328-1035.
The Might Trumpets of Joy Center, 923 Ridge Road,
Luther Holmes of Ecclesia
hosts its Musical Celebration Columbus, hosts a fellowship
Program at 6 p.m. Oct. 28 at
Church in Columbia, South
dinner and youth service every
Prayer Service
Carolina. The public is invited Church of the Eternal Word,
New Zion M.B. Church, 3301 third Sunday.
to attend. For more informa- 106 22nd. St. S., Columbus,
Sand Road in Steens. The
tion, call 662-323-5119 or holds prayer service Thurs-
public is invited to attend. For
more information, call 662-
visit www.petersrocktemple. Prayer for Youth day nights 5-6 p.m. Contact
org. Every second and third Marie Nabors, 662-549-4322.
329-5224. Saturday, Pleasant Ridge Faith Church service times: Sunday

Homecoming Men & Women Day Center hosts a prayer for the
youth from 2-3 p.m.
school 10 a.m.; Sunday wor-
ship 11:15 a.m.; Tuesday Bible
Celebration Program study 7 p.m. For information,
M. Ary M.B. Church, 291
Flint Hill U.M. Church,
S. Frontage Road, hosts its
Celebrate Recovery call Pastor District Elder Lou
80 Old Honnoll Mill Road in Calvary Church, 514 Lehm- Nabors, 662-329-1234.
Caledonia, hosts its 150th Men & Women Day Program at
berg Road, and Meadowview
3 p.m. Nov. 4. Guest speaker
Homecoming Celebration at
11 a.m. Oct. 28 with the Rev. will be Pastor David O.”Rain”
Church, 300 Linden Circle Fitness Transformations
in Starkville, host Celebrate The Transformational
Ben Butler conducting service. Williams of Steens. The public
Recovery at 6 p.m. every Sun- Church, 2301 Jess Lyons
Lunch will follow. The public is is invited to attend.
day at Calvary and at 6 p.m. Road, hosts boxing lessons
invited to attend. every Tuesday at Meadowview Mondays and Wednesday
Fall Revival Church. Get help, healing and from 5-7 p.m., weight-loss
Men’s Day Program Mt. Peiler M.B. Church,
840 N. Jackson St. in
support for any habit, hurt or boot camp Tuesdays and
Truevine M.B. Church, hang-up using the Christ-cen- Thursdays 5-7 p.m. and both
1719 Sessums Road in Starkville, hosts its Fall Reviv- tered 12 steps. on Saturdays 9-11 a.m.
Artesia, hosts its Men’s Day al services at 6:30 p.m. night-
ly Nov. 5-7. Guest speaker
Program at 2 p.m. Oct. 28.
Guest speaker will be the will be the Rev. Dr. Lee Brand
Prayer, Free Coffee Youth Fellowship
Mount Zion Missionary The Transformational
Rev. Al Latham of Zion Gate of Beth-el M.B. Church. The
Baptist Church, 2221 14th Church, 2301 Jess Lyons
Church. The public is invited public is invited to attend.
Ave. N., hosts free coffee and Road, hosts Youth Fellowship
to attend. a prayer community outreach from 7-8:30 p.m. every Tues-
Church Anniversary service from 8-9 a.m. every day. Games, prayer, service,
Senior Citizen Program Program fifth Saturday. For information, food, & more. Transportation
New Zion Pilgrim M.B. Canaan M.B. Church, 2425 contact Jesse Slater, 662- available. For information, call
Church, 5253 New Hope Bell Ave., hosts its 148th 328-4979. Iris Roberson, 662-295-7456.
Road, hosts its Annual Senior
Citizen Program at 2:30 p.m.
Oct. 28. Guest speaker will be
the Rev. Gilbert Anderson of
Providence M.B. Church. The
public is invited to attend. For
more information, call 662-
327-5590.

Night of Praise
H & H Productions
presents “Night of Praise &
Pre-Birthday Celebration” for ACROSS
Wanda Harris Hubbard at 5 1 Wine barrels
p.m. Oct. 28 at the Lowndes 6 Makes finer
County Activity City, 2864 7th 11 Top story
Ave. N. in Propst Park. Special 12 “The Tempest”
guests are Sent By God, The sprite
Grayer Family, Golden Gates, 13 “Keen!”
Mighty Voices, Souls of Cre- 14 Pat’s TV col-
ation, New Converted Voices league
and Min. Felon Hodges & the 15 Pitch’s kin
Anointed Voices of Faith. $5 16 Expert with keys
for adults & $3 for children 18 East, in Germany
6-12. The public is invited
19 Work unit
20 Spot
to attend. For more informa-
21 Diamond of
tion, call Wanda Hubbard,
music
228-313-6058 or Ruby Ellis,
23 Meyers and
662-549-4878. Rogen
25 Silent OK monies 24 Ring win
Homecoming Program 27 Go downhill 26 Never seems
Piney Grove Baptist 28 Old market DOWN to end
Church, 545 Robinson Road, 30 Formerly 1 Swiss state 28 Aviator Earhart
hosts its Church Homecom- 33 Music booster 2 Relaxed 29 Will Smith film
ing Program at 11:30 a.m. 34 Greedy desire 3 Place to begin 31 Unrefined
Oct. 28. Guest speaker will 36 Mercury or Mars 4 Young fox 32 Water whirls
be Pastor Francisco Brock of 37 Florida neighbor 5 Extent 33 Visibly stunned
Truevine Church. The public is 39 Scoundrel 6 Wild ones 35 Debussy compo-
invited to attend. 40 Rap sheet info 7 Qom’s country sition
41 New Zealand 8 Outer plaster layer 38 Assess
native
Family & Friends Day 43 Spotted horse
9 Past and present 42 “Exodus” hero
Davidson Chapel C.M.E. 10 Roofing material
44 Make blank 17 Tax agcy.
Church, 130 MLK Dr. in West 45 Consumed
Point, hosts its Annual Family 22 Old card game
46 Solemn cere-
& Friends Day at 2:30 p.m.
Oct. 28. Guest speaker will
be the Rev. Jalontae Harris
of Upper Prairie Creek M.B.
Church. The public is invited
to attend.

Men’s Day Program
Friendship M.B. Church,
1102 12th Ave. S., hosts its
Annual Men’s Day Program at
3 p.m. Oct. 28. Guest speaker
will be the Rev. Joe L. Peoples
of Stephen Chapel M.B.
Church. The public is invited to
attend. For more information,
call 662-327-7473.

Judgment House
Faith Baptist Church,
1804 S. Montgomery St. in
Starkville hosts Judgment
House from 3-8 p.m. Oct.
WHATZIT ANSWER
28 & 6-8 p.m. Oct. 29 & 31.
Donations are $3 per person. Log cabin
Main Front Door of the
To all persons inter-
ested in the following
County Courthouse of
Monroe County, Missis-
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Classifieds
described school trust sippi, to the highest and
land classified as best bidder for cash,
"FOREST LAND" in
Lowndes County, Mis-
sissippi, to wit:
the following described
property situated in
Monroe County, Missis-
TO PLACE AN AD, CALL 328-2424
The Northwest Quarter
(NW 1/4) of Section 06,
sippi, to wit:

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ville Meridian; and Lot and of Lowndes County,
One (1), being also
known as the East Half
(E 1/2) of the North-
Mississippi, as shown
by the plat recorded in
Plat Book 4, Page 44, in
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east Quarter (NE 1/4)
of Section 01, Town-
the office of the Chan-
cery Clerk of Lowndes
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ship 20 South, Range County, Mississippi.
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LegalWest,
NoticesHuntsville
0010 Me- Legal Notices 0010 Tree Services 1860 General Help Wanted 3200 Garage Sales: East 4510 Apts For Rent: West 7050 Houses For Rent: Other 7180
ridian, containing 242.8 SUBJECT TO those cer-

VIP
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI acres, more or less. tain restrictive coven- VICKERS TREE MANUAL MACHINIST LARGE YARD Sale. 941 SMALL COTTAGE:
COUNTY OF LOWNDES ants and conditions of SERVICE, LLC needed for repair shop. Davis Rd. Fri. & Sat. 7a- 1BR/1BA, all appl. Wa-

Rentals
You are hereby notified record in Book 742, Tree trimming and re- Experience using lathes, until. Cast iron wash ter, trash, lawn incl. in
NOTICE OF SALE that sealed proposals to Page 208, in the land moval. Fully insured. mills, grinders and vari- pots, wood burning cook lease. Near MSU. No
lease the above de- records of Lowndes Free estimates. ous hand tools in repair stove, amber Tiara pets. $500/mo. $400
WHEREAS, the follow- scribed tract for hunt- County, Mississippi;
ing and fishing rights for and SUBJECT ALSO to
Call Curt 662-418-0889 of motors, pumps, gear- dishes-85 pieces, Apartments dep. App/refs/lease
ing tenants entered in- or 662-549-2902 boxes, job shop projects square Baby grand pi- req. 662-242-2923.
to leases with a period of five (5) years that certain Declaration “A cut above the rest” and related items is re- ano, h/h goods, cook- & Houses
FRIENDLY CITY MINI- may be filed with the of Covenants, Condi-
WAREHOUSES for stor- County Superintendent tions and Restrictions
quired. Knowledge in
welding both TIG and
ware & lots more.
1 Bedrooms 2BR/1BA, office, new
appliances, washer &
Good Things To Eat 2150
age space in which to of Education of of record in Book 748, MIG, acetylene torch Garage Sales: North 4520 2 Bedroooms dryer, 2 car garage,
store personal property Lowndes County, Mis-
and sissippi, at his office
Page 395, in the land
records of Lowndes
PEEPLES PECANS cutting, brazing and sil-
ver soldering is pre- 3 Bedrooms storage, deck, no pets.
App., ref., & lease reqd.
Custom cracking, SALE. 14TH Ave. N.
located at 1053 High- County, Mississippi. shelling, & blowing your ferred. Knowledge of Close to Columbus,
WHEREAS, default has way 45 South, Colum- pecans. We also sell general machine shop
(Across from Wells
Cleaners) Sat. 7a-until. Furnished & Starkville, & West Point.
been made in the pay-
ment of rent and
bus, Mississippi 39701 I will convey only such
so as to arrive prior to title as is vested in me
shelled, halved, & practices and safety is Unfurnished Water, garbage, & lawn
pieces! 662-574-1660. required. Typical work maintenance included.
FRIENDLY CITY MINI- 10:00 AM, Monday,
November 05, 2018.
as Substitute Trustee.
TOMATOES NOW Avail-
week is Monday-Friday, MOVING SALE. 304
Dogwood Rd. (off Ridge 1, 2, & 3 Baths $650/mo. $500 dep.
WAREHOUSES pursu- 7 a.m.-4 p.m. Benefits 662-242-2923.
ant to said Leases is Any bid received after WITNESS MY SIGNA- able. Hwy. 45 Macon include health insur- Rd.) Fri. 9a-6p & Sat. Lease, Deposit
authorized to sell the 10:00 AM will be rejec- TURE on this the 24TH
personal property to sat- ted. Please identify your day of October, 2018.
662-352-1270 or 662-
425-9116.
ance, 401k, paid holi-
days and vacation.
8a-1p. Furn., old books,
pictures, lamps, mir- & Credit Check STEENS: QUIET Living,
custom home, big mas-
isfy the past due and bid by placing the words Send resume to: EMSS rors, etc. Good deals. viceinvestments.com ter BR, 1 reg. BR, 1 big
any other charges owed "BID FOR HUNTING AND J. DOUGLAS
to it by the following ten- FISHING LEASE" on the DALRYMPLE II, Substi-
ants. face of your envelope. tute Trustee
Clerical & Office 3050 P.O. Box 2225
Columbus, MS 39704. NORTHAVEN WOODS 327-8555 BA, walk in closet,
CH&A, 20x20 covered
LOCAL, FAST-paced, pro- 3620 Azalea Cir. Multi patio, 2 car garage,
fessional company is THE DISPATCH Family Sale! Sm appl, Apts For Rent: Other 7080 20x30 bonus room, Ap-
NOW THEREFORE, no- The lease form and the Publication Dates: looking for a Bookkeep- is looking for an clothes, toys, h/h, etc. pls Furnished. $750/
tice is hereby given that terms so prescribed for 10/26/2018, ing Assistant to help in ADVERTISING SALES DOWNTOWN: 2BR/1BA, mo + $600 damage
FRIENDLY CITY MINI- this lease are on file 11/2/2018, and handling day-to-day ac- dep. New Hope School
WAREHOUSES will offer and available for inspec- 11/9/2018
REPRESENTATIVE. Garage Sales: Caledonia 4540 CH&A, 1 story, W/D,
counting and finance The ideal candidate is a historic district, 1 block District. 662-574-9472.
for sale, and will sell at tion in the office of activities. motivated self-starter MOVING SALE. 492 Her- from downtown, $625/
Find
auction to the highest County Superintendent Building & Remodeling 1120
bidder for cash all per- of Education of
with excellent commu-
Responsibilities include nication and organiza- chel Gallot Rd. Sat. 8a- mo. + $625 dep. NO
12p. Tools, furn., pic- PETS. 662-574-8789.
sonal property in stor- Lowndes County, Mis- CJ'S ROOFING & HOME Posting daily receipts tional skills, a strong Peaceful & Quiet area.
tures, misc., ect.

What
age units leased by the sissippi, located at REMODELING. Roofing and electronic funds work ethic and the abil-
following tenants at 1053 Highway 45 (Shingles or Metal) & transfers, processing ity to relate to a wide
FRIENDLY CITY MINI- South, Columbus, Mis- Roof Repairs, Concrete credit card payments, Garage Sales: Other 4560 FIRST FULL MONTH
range of people. Sales RENT FREE! 1 & 2 Bed- WATERFRONT 2BR/1BA
WAREHOUSES 903 sissippi 39701. You are
You’re
Pressure Washing, Car- reconciling bank state- experience is preferred,
Alabama St. Columbus, also notified that as a pentry & Handyman ments and credit card 180 PONDEROSA Dr. room Apts/Townhomes. in Hamilton. Direct ac-
but not required. Full- (Off of Hwy. 69 in front Stove & refrigerator. cess to the TENN-TOM.
MS, at 8:30 am on the condition of obtaining Work. Veteran & Senior statements as well as time position includes
2nd day of November, these hunting and fish- Discounts! 662-397- filing and processing of Ability Works. Sat.) $335-$600 Monthly. Community boat ramp.

Looking
insurance benefits, 7a-until. Girls clothing Credit check & deposit. Large deck overlooking
A.D. 2018. All auctions ing rights, you will be re- 0800, FREE ESTIMATE. outgoing mail. competitive pay, paid
are with reserve and quired to furnish and (size 0-3 mo. & up.) Coleman Realty, water. Updated home
personal leave and op- 662-329-2323. 1200 sqft. CH/A.
therefore all units can maintain general liabil- Required Skills include portunity for advance-
be withdrawn from the
sale at any time by the
auctioneer/manager.
ity insurance in an
amount not less than
$1,000,000.00 which
SUGGS CONSTRUCTION accounts payable and
Building, remodeling,
metal roofing, painting
receivable, general
ledger and balance
ment. Come join our
creative, award-winning
staff. Hand deliver re-
General Merchandise 4600
GAS STOVE, Four burn- COLEMAN
$650/mo + $650 dep.
Call 662-425-0250 for
more info.
For
In
shall protect and hold & all home repairs. sheet working know- er Frigidare range with
Title to the personal harmless the Lowndes 662-242-3471 ledge; experience with
sume to Beth Proffitt at
oven. Needs a little RENTALS Mobile Homes for Rent 7250
516 Main Street, TOWNHOUSES & APARTMENTS
property to be sold is County School District data entry, record keep- Columbus or email to cleaning up. $50. Call
believed to be good, but from any and all liability 3BR/2BA Trailer, New
at such sale, FRIENDLY on the part of the LESS-
Tom Hatcher, LLC ing and computer opera- bproffitt@cdispatch.com Peter, 662-574-1561. 1 BEDROOM Hope school dist.
Custom Construction, tions
CITY MINI-WARE- EE(S), its licensees, in- Restoration, Remodel- WATER HEATER, Whirl- 2 BEDROOMS $500/mo & $500 dep.
HOUSES will convey vitees or trespassers, Bargain Column 4180 Call between 10a-7p.
only such title as is ves- and any and all other
ing, Repair, Insurance Must be proficient with pool/Craftmaster 40 gal 3 BEDROOMS 662-386-4292. CLASSIFIEDS
claims. 662-364-1769. Microsoft Excel, have CHILD'S/toy rocking electric water heater,
ted in it pursuant to its third parties, should Licensed & Bonded good customer rela- NO TEXT MESSAGES.
tions skills and ability to chair. $50 Call 662-
$150. Call Peter, 662- LEASE, www.cdispatch.com
© The Dispatch
lease with the following they file suit or have a
and its allowed under claim in any form or 549-6304. 574-1561. NICE 3BR/2BA MH in
multi task.
Mississippi Code Annot- fashion against the Excavating 1300 DEPOSIT North Columbus. Close Lots & Acreage 8600
ated Section 85-7-121 LESSEE(S).
Clay gravel, fill clay, &
Competitive salary, re- LARGE AIR conditioner, Sporting Goods 4720 AND to schools & CAFB. No
pets. $460/mo + $460 FALL SPECIAL
et seq (Supp 1988). tirement and health- takes a heavy duty plug.
The sealed bids which top soil for sale! Easy care benefits available. $75. 662-708-0268. ED SANDERS Gunsmith CREDIT CHECK dep. 662-364-6204 or 1.95 acre lots.
Amber Spruell are submitted will be access off 82 East. Open for season! 9-5, 601-940-1397. Good/bad credit.
opened at the time and Can load and deliver. Please forward your re- MAGIC CHEF Gas Stove. Tues-Fri & 9-12, Sat. 10% down, as low as
E277, E289
on the date above set Stokes Excavation: sume to Accounting Di- $95 as is. 662-708- Over 50 years experi-
ence! Repairs, cleaning,
662-329-2323 RENT A fully equipped $299/mo. Eaton Land.
Carrilla Stallings forth, or as soon there- 662-689-0089 vision, P.O. Box 7648, camper w/utilities & 662-361-7711
0268. refinishing, scopes
E32 after as conveniently Columbus, MS 39705 cable from $145/wk -
possible.
General Services 1360
mounted & zeroed, 2411 HWY 45 N $535/month. Colum- Mobile Homes for Sale 8650
Coty Grant RUSTIC IRON chan- handmade knives. bus & County School
E202 Prospective bidders are
General Help Wanted 3200 delier. $50. Call 662- Located: Hwy 45 Alt, COLUMBUS, MS locations. 662-242- NEW DOUBLEWIDE!
MUSIC THEORY LES- 549-6304.
herewith informed that
SONS THE COMMERCIAL Dis-
North of West Point, 7653 or 601-940-1397. 32x74, 3BR/2BA, Cent-
Kimanet Jones there is subject to bid turn right on Yokahama ral A/C, Skirting, Deliv-
only the annual lease $25 per hour patch is seeking a
Blvd, 8mi & turn left on Commercial Property For ery, Set-up & Tie down.
E15
rental amount to be Chords, Scales, Modes mechanically-minded in- Computer Equipment 4390 Darracott Rd, will see Rent 7100 Rooms For Rent 7450
This is a MUST SEE
& more! Call Jimbo @ dividual to work in its
WITNESS MY SIGNA- paid to the Lowndes APPLE IMAC, 2.0 GHz sign, 2.5mi ahead shop WEST POINT: 1 Room, home!! Only $89,900.
662-364-1687 pressroom. Applicants COMMERCIAL PROPER-
TURE on this the 4th County Board of Educa- Core Duo computer. on left. 662-494-6218. $450/mo. Studio Apt, 636-627-7973
If no answer leave must be comfortable TIES/Retail/Office
day of October, A.D. tion at the beginning of Built-in monitor. 2GB $575/mo. Both com- 662-570-1375
voicemail or text. working around heavy Spaces starting @
2018. each of the five (5) machinery, adhering to RAM, Keyboard, mouse, Apts For Rent: Northside 7010 pletely furnished w/
years included in the printer incl. Great cond. $285/mo. Downtown & NEW SINGLEWIDE!
tight deadlines and East Columbus loca- furn, appl, utils & cable. 2019, 3BR/2BA, Cent-
FRIENDLY CITY term of the lease. Also, RETAINER WALL, drive- must have an eye for $450. 205-246-8704. 2BR/1BA, renovated w/ 662-295-4701.
MINI-WAREHOUSES the current leaseholder way, foundation, con- tions. 662-435-4188. ral A/C. Skirting, Deliv-
detail & quality. Flexible Central heat and air, ery, Set-up, & Tie down.
By: L.O. of these rights, if crete, masonry restora- hours are a must. Email Farm Equipment & Supplies new appliances, floor- Houses For Sale: Northside
he/they have made an tion, remodeling, base- resume to OFFICE SPACE: 2,000 Only $47,900.
ing, etc. Available soon. 8150
Publish: 10/12, 10/19, offer, shall have the fi- ment foundation, re- 4420 Taking applications square feet. 294 636-627-7973
mfloyd@cdispatch.com 662-570-1375
& 10/26/2018 nal right to extend pairs, small dump truck or drop resumes off at now. $450/Mth. Chubby Dr. Flexible leas-
his/their lease at an an- 2016 JOHN Deere ing terms. Available 1706 RIDGE Rd. Like
hauling (5-6 yd) load & 516 Main St, NO HUD. Call Long & NEW SINGLEWIDE:
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI nual rental equal to said 5100E Tractor, 210 now. 662-328-8254. new, 3BR/2BA. New ap-
demolition/lot cleaning. Columbus, MS 39701. Long, 662-328-0770. Big, 3BR/2BA, Central
COUNTY OF LOWNDES highest offer. hours. $46,500. pl, 22 ac w/ pond,
Burr Masonry No phone calls please. Also, 2016 15ft A/C. Skirting, delivery,
woods & wildlife. Close
662-242-0259.
Kubota Bush hog avail. 2BR APT. Duplex. CH/A-
Houses For Rent: Northside to CAFB. Frontage on 2 set-up & tie down in-
NOTICE OF SALE The Board of Education 7110
James Pest Manage- 205-329-1790. Appliances furnished. roads. $249,000. cluded. Only $37,900.
of Lowndes County re-
WORK WANTED: ment is seeking a Full Close to town & the W. 662-418-8077. Columbus Home Center
WHEREAS, the follow- serves the right to re- 1706 RIDGE Rd. Like
Licensed & Bonded-car- Time Competitive Field Available immediately. 662-570-1375
ing tenants entered in- ject all bids for lease of
Sales Representative. Firewood / Fuel 4450 new, 3BR/2BA. New ap- Houses For Sale: Other 8500
to leases with hunting and fishing pentry, painting, & de- Contact Bobby Caldwell
molition. Landscaping, @ 662-328-1011. pl, 22 ac w/ pond, THE MARVEL
FRIENDLY CITY MINI- rights on said tract. FIREWOOD FOR Sale. woods & wildlife. Close 124 HIGHLAND Ave, Ab- 4BR/2BA, Central A/C.
gutters cleaned, bush Requirements: Various lengths.
WAREHOUSES for stor- *On the job training to CAFB. $975/mo or Skirting, delivery, set-up
age space in which to /s/ Lynn Wright hogging, clean-up work, 662-295-2274 erdeen. OPEN HOUSE
pressure washing, mov- *Good Driving Record 815 17TH St. N. possible Rent to Own. Nov. 3 & 4. 3BR/1BA, & tie down incl.
store personal property Lynn Wright *College Education Pre- 2BR/1BA. $275 per Military discount avail- Only $51,900.
and Superintendent of Edu- ing help & furniture perfect starter home or
repair. 662-242-3608 ferred but Degree Furniture 4480 mo. $200 dep. Call able. 662-418-8077. investment property. Columbus Home Center
cation Not Required 662-244-0070. 662-570-1375
WHEREAS, default has Lowndes County, Mis- $62,500. Produces
*Take/Pass Random BEDROOM SET- Full size $600/mo income.
been made in the pay- sissippi Lawn Care / Landscaping sleigh bed, dresser with BLUECUTT ESTATES: THE PRIDE - 28x72,
Drug Testing 3BR/2BA, ch/a, double Call Em, 662-436-8560.
ment of rent and 1470 *Maintain Business mirror, chest, and night- 1, 2, 3 BEDROOM apart- Ashley Realty, 209 E.
4BR/2BA, Central A/C.
FRIENDLY CITY MINI- PUBLISH: Appearance stand for sale. $1,000. ments & townhouses. garage, chain link Skirting, delivery, set-up
WAREHOUSES pursu- 10/26/18 Brand new mattress set Call for more info. fenced backyard, newly Commerce St, Aberdeen & tie down included.
JESSE & BEVERLY'S *Exercise Due Dili- 662-328-8254.
ant to said Leases is 11/02/18 included. Cash only! remodeled, $115,000. Only $59,900.
LAWN SERVICE. Mow- gence on the Com-
authorized to sell the ing, cleanup, landscap- pany's Behalf 662-570-4341. If no an- 662-352-4776. Lots & Acreage 8600 Columbus Home Center
personal property to sat- SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S ing, sodding, & tree cut- *Maintain Company swer, leave a msg. 1BR UPSTAIRS Apt. 662-570-1375
isfy the past due and NOTICE OF SALE $450/mth rent & dep 3BR/2BA WITH GAR- 2.28 +/- Acre Lot.
ting. 356-6525. Property
any other charges owed *Engaging, Out-Going req. Convenient to town AGE, NEWLY RE- 149 Tanyia Lane. Off of Wanted To Buy 8850
to it by the following ten- WHEREAS on Novem- TOTAL GYM Achiever. Lake Lowndes Road.
Personality Never been used, $150. & CAFB. No hud. No MODELED, MOVE-IN
ants. ber 13, 2003, TONY Painting & Papering 1620 *Self-Motivated with the Call 662-241-0184 or pets. 662-328-2340. READY. NICE LOCATION Has asphalt drive & FORD 3910, 3930,
EWING AND WIFE, RE- Ability to Multi-Task 662-242-7206. $780/MO. PLUS DE- parking, 1200 ft. shop 4630 or 5030 diesel.
NOW THEREFORE, no- LINDA S. EWING ex- SULLIVAN'S PAINT w/ living area, septic Must be rock solid &
SERVICE *Commitment to Stay Apts For Rent: South 7040 POSIT. 662-386-1441.
tice is hereby given that ecuted a land Deed of on Task tank & water meter. No still looking good. 662-
Trust to Joseph N. Stud- Certified in lead Garage Sales: East 4510 trailers. $45,000. Call 328-5248. Lv msg &
FRIENDLY CITY MINI- removal. Offering spe- DOWNTOWN 1BR - This Houses For Rent: Caledonia
WAREHOUSES will offer dard, Trustee, for the 662-574-0345. phone # if I am out.
benefit of RONNIE W. cial prices on interior & We offer excellent bene- 603 HEMLOCK St. large 1 bedroom apart- 7160
for sale, and will sell at exterior painting, pres- fits, long term career, 7:30-11:30am. Clothes, ment has been recently 3.5 Acre Lot. 3 estab-
auction to the highest
bidder for cash all per-
SHELTON, which Deed
of Trust is recorded in
sure washing & sheet provide Company Attire, shoes, home decor,
provide Corporate
renovated. It features 3BR/2BA, 811 Main St. lished trailer lots. Play- Need a
rock repairs. M.K. items & more. great natural light, hard- CH/A, appl incl. $850/ ground. Located on
sonal property in stor- Trust Deed Book 2003 Free Estimates Vehicle & Fuel, & Re- wood floors, tall ceil-
age units leased by the at Page 49180 in the sidual Income on Sales mo + $850 dep w/ 1 Morgan Lane. Off of
Call 435-6528 ings and access to a year lease. No pets. Harris Road. Caledonia
following tenants at office of the Chancery Program. Contact us on 91 FIESTA Dr. Fri./Sat. shared laundry room.
FRIENDLY CITY MINI- Clerk of Monroe County, Facebook or email re- 8a-until. H/h, clothes, 662-329-2917 or Schools. $25,000.
Stump Removal 1790 sume to: $750 rent and $750 de- 662-574-9708. 662-574-0345.
WAREHOUSES 308 Mississippi. vintage appl., wooden posit. Utilities included.
Shoney Drive Columbus, jpmjobline@gmail.com
MS, immediately follow- WHEREAS, RONNIE W.
cabinet doors, furn.,etc. No pets please. Call
Peter, 662-574-1561.
NEW RIDE?
ing sale on Alabama SHELTON has hereto-
Street on the 2nd day of fore substituted J.
James Pest Manage-
ment is seeking a Full
ALL DAY Sale. 109 FIND ONE IN THE
November A.D. 2018. Douglas Dalrymple, II, Time Field Technician.
Brown St. Sat. 7a-4p. DOWNTOWN APTS:
Very nice 1BR & 2BR
CLASSIFIEDS
All auctions are with re- as Trustee by Instru-
serve and therefore all ment dated July 18, Requirements: GREATER MT. Zion apartments available.
units can be withdrawn 2018, and recorded in *On the job training Church. Indoor Sale. Lease & deposit re-
from the sale at any Deed Book 2018, at ALLSTUMP GRINDING *Good Driving Record 5114 Hwy. 182 E. Sat. quired. Call 662-364- Autos For Sale 9150
time by the auctioneer/ Page 19658 in the of- SERVICE *High School Diploma 7a-until. 1610.
manager. fice of the Chancery GET 'ER DONE! Required 2002 VOLVO S80 T6, 4
Clerk of Lowndes We can grind all your *Take/Pass Random Auctions 4120 door sedan. Good AC,
Title to the personal County, Mississippi. stumps. Hard to reach Drug Testing Michelin radials.
property to be sold is places, blown over *Able to lift up to 20 $3950. 662-889-8914.
believed to be good, but WHEREAS, default hav- roots, hillsides, back- pounds
at such sale, FRIENDLY ing been made in the yards, pastures. Free *Able to Bend/Stoop
CITY MINI-WARE- terms and conditions of estimates. You find it, *Excellent people skills
HOUSES will convey said Land Deed of Trust we'll grind it! *Engaging, Self-Motiv-
only such title as is ves-
ted in it pursuant to its
and the entire debt se-
cured thereby having
662-361-8379 ated Personality
*Commitment to stay Even if you
lease with the following
and its allowed under
been declared to be due
and payable in accord- Tree Services 1860
on task don’t get out much 2015 CHEVROLET Equi-
Mississippi Code Annot- ance with the terms
A&T Tree Service
We offer excellent bene-
fits, long term career, &
these days, you can nox, tan, 1 owner, 89k
mi, mostly highway.
ated Section 85-7-121 thereof and the legal
et seq (Supp 1988). holder of said indebted- Bucket truck & stump
removal. Free est.
provide Company Attire.
Contact us on Face-
still “go shopping” in the Bluetooth, backup cam-
era, cloth seats, 25.8
Classifieds. You can find
ness having requested Serving Columbus MPG average of life of
Susan Mackay the undersigned Trust- book or email resume:
since 1987. Senior jpmjobline@gmail.com vehicle. Clean & excel-
N11, N62 ee to execute the trust
and sell said land and
citizen disc. Call Alvin @
242-0324/241-4447
exactly what you’ve lent condition.
Asking $12,195.
Apts For Rent: Other 7080
WITNESS MY SIGNA-
TURE on this the 4th
property in accordance
with the terms of said
"We'll go out on a limb FULL TIME EMPLOYEE
for you!" NEEDED. SOME MECH- been looking for. 662-574-7481.
day of October, A.D. Land Deed of Trust for ANICAL KNOWLEDGE, COMMERCIAL VAN For
the purpose of raising LIFTING & DELIVERY OF
Find someone to mow the lawn
2018. Sale: 2005 Ford 150
the sums due thereun- J&A TREE REMOVAL EQUIPMENT. APPLY IN Econo Van. 102k miles.
FRIENDLY CITY der, together with attor- Work from a bucket PERSON AT HANDY- • White. $4,300.
MINI-WAREHOUSES ney’s fees, trustee’s truck. Insured/bonded. MAN RENTALS, INC. ON
By: L.O. fees, and expense of Call Jimmy for a free es- HWY. 82 WEST, STARK- Find someone to clean the house (662)574-0225.

Publish: 10/12, 10/19,
sale; timate 662-386-6286. VILLE. • Campers & RVs 9300
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PUBLIC NOTICE
Douglas Dalrymple, II,
Substitute Trustee in
• located on Wilkins Wise
Rd & Waverly Rd. Full
said Deed of Trust will Buy a computer system Hookups available.
INVITATION TO BID FOR on November 16, 2018,
HUNTING AND FISHING offer for sale at public • $300/mo. 662-328-
8655 or 662-574-7879.
LEASE outcry, and well within Buy a used car
legal hours (between
• Five Questions:
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI the hours of 11:00 A.M.
COUNTY OF LOWNDES and 4:00 P.M.) At the Buy that rare coin
for your collection
Main Front Door of the
To all persons inter- County Courthouse of 1E
ested in the following Monroe County, Missis- . . . and lots more

The CommerCial
described school trust sippi, to the highest and
land classified as best bidder for cash,
"FOREST LAND" in
Lowndes County, Mis-
the following described
property situated in
2 Quality

DispaTCh
sissippi, to wit: Monroe County, Missis-
sippi, to wit:
The Northwest Quarter
(NW 1/4) of Section 06, Lot Thirty-one (31) of
3 Rocco
Township 20 South, and in Oak Dale Park, Mediate
Range 17 West, Hunts- Phase I, a subdivision in
ville Meridian; and Lot and of Lowndes County,
516 Main St.
One (1), being also Mississippi, as shown Columbus, MS 39701
known as the East Half by the plat recorded in 4 Brooklyn
662-328-2424
(E 1/2) of the North- Plat Book 4, Page 44, in
east Quarter (NE 1/4) the office of the Chan-
of Section 01, Town- cery Clerk of Lowndes
ship 20 South, Range County, Mississippi. 5 Reese’s
18 West, Huntsville Me-
ridian, containing 242.8 SUBJECT TO those cer- www.cdispatch.com Pieces
acres, more or less. tain restrictive coven-
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