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Lowndes Wading in the water
sheriff will
not seek
third term
Narcotics commander,
former jailer qualify
to run
By Alex Holloway
aholloway@cdispatch.com

Two candidates
have already filed
qualification paper-
work to run for Lown-
des County sheriff
this year.
Neither of them is
two-term incumbent
Mike Arledge. Arledge
Arledge, a Repub-
lican first elected
in 2011, confirmed
to The Dispatch on
Thursday he will not
seek a third term in
office.
“Originally, I was
thinking about run- Williams
ning,” Arledge said.
“I think it’s just time
(to retire). I didn’t
want to run for it. It Courtesy photo

was a hard decision Water floods the parking lot of the Tampico Bay restaurant on College Street on Dec. 27. Restaurant owner Carlos
Rosales said his business has had to close numerous times because of the flood conditions since he opened the
and I struggled with restaurant in 2003. City officials say the flooding is the result of insufficient draining infrastructure which could
it. But I made that cost as much as $3 million to replace.
decision. It was over

Restaurant owner takes to Facebook
the holidays when I Jones
thought about it a lot
and discussed it with my family.”
Prior to being elected sher-
iff, Arledge served two terms as
a Lowndes County justice court
judge after winning elections in
to address College Street flooding
2003 and 2007.
So far, former county jail ad- City looks for short-term solutions to $2M problem Facebook post seems to have re-
newed the push for a solution.
ministrator Rick Jones and current By Slim Smith The post included a notice that the “I did get a call from (Columbus
LCSO Capt. Archie Williams are ssmith@cdispatch.com restaurant would be closed until Public Information officer) Joe Dil-
the only two candidates to qualify further notice. lon,” Rosales said. “He said they
to run for sheriff with the circuit Carlos Rosales The restaurant is scheduled to would set up a meeting with us to
clerk’s office. Both are running as took to Facebook last re-open Saturday. explain what’s going on there.”
Republicans. week to get the city’s It was not the first time the prop- Included in that meeting will be
The qualifying period began attention. erty has been forced to close be- Kevin Stafford, the city’s engineer.
Wednesday and will run through What he isn’t likely cause of flooding, said Rosales, who “I think we’re going to meet with
March 1. Party primary elections to get any time soon opened the restaurant and bar near Mr. Rosales and his family next
are set for Aug 6. is a permanent solu- the east end of the Mississippi Uni- week when (city public works di-
Jones has worked in law enforce- tion. versity for Women campus in 2005. rector) Casey Bush gets back from
ment since 1981. He began work- Rosales
On Dec. 27, Ro- “We’ve had water come up, some- vacation,” Stafford said.
ing as the Lowndes County Adult sales — who owns Tampico Bay times even into the restaurant many
Detention Center administrator in
February 2014, and retired in Octo-
restaurant and rental properties times,” Rosales said. “Sometimes, Area has flooded for decades
next door on College Street be- we’ve had to close for two or three Chances are, those most affected
ber 2017. tween 14th and 15th streets, posted days. Sometimes, it’s up to a week.” by the flooding in the area aren’t go-
Before working at the jail, Jones photos on the restaurant’s Face- Over the years, Rosales said he ing to like what they hear.
worked for 24 years with Columbus book page, showing flooding that has called Columbus officials many “Historically, flooding has always
Police Department. He currently had backed up into parking lot. times to bring up the issue, but his See Flooding, 3A
works part-time with CPD and with
the Attala County Sheriff’s Office.
See Sheriff, 6A

Suspect in New Year’s Eve chase charged with 11 felonies
Caledonia man accused of burglarizing, ing. During the
chase, Conn hit
of several crimes in Lowndes
County investigators have con-
were burned, as was a nearby
truck log that the business had
setting fire to buildings at P&R Scrap a patrol car with
his vehicle.
nected to Conn.
On Sunday at about 9:45
previously reported stolen. In-
vestigators have arrested Conn
DISPATCH STAFF REPORT was arrested Monday after At the time a.m., deputies received a report for both the burglaries and the
he lead officers from Monroe the chase began, about a fire to the office build- arsons.
A man who lead area law en- County Sheriff’s Office, Lown- Conn was want- ing of P&R Scrap on Highway All together in Lowndes
forcement on a chase through des County Sheriff’s Office and ed by Lowndes 45 North, according to a LCSO County, Conn has been charged
Conn
two states on New Year’s Eve other law enforcement agencies investigators for press release. Later that day, with four counts of arson, three
has been charged with 11 felo- on a 30-mile chase from Hamil- allegedly stealing the Dodge deputies were called to a bur- for a commercial building and
nies in Lowndes County. ton to Lamar County, Alabama Ram from Burns Dirt Con- glary of the same business. On one for a vehicle; three counts
Jacob Ray Conn, 25, of 231 where he crashed the stolen struction on True Grit Road in Monday between 5-6 a.m., two of felony taking of a motor
Tanneyhill Road in Caledonia, Dodge Ram he’d been driv- Columbus on Dec. 22 — one more buildings on the property See Felonies, 3A

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1 What performance group did sharp- Saturday meetings
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house
out as wallpaper cleaner? exhibit of quilting by Karen Arzamendi
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CoCo Fenstermacher in the main gallery. ArtReach program
Island iced tea — gin, tequila, vodka and Zoning Com-
Pre-K; Annunciation artwork will be displayed in Artist Alley.
or whiskey? mission, 5:30
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Friday
Say What?
Did you hear? “As expected, Mississippi State is indeed one of the best teams
Republican lt. governor enters in the country. You think you’re doing a decent job and then you
look up and you’re down 20.”
Mississippi governor’s race Arkansas coach Mike Neighbors after the Bulldogs defeated the
Razorbacks 93-69 Thursday. Story, 1B.

By EMILY when Democrats regained
WAGSTER PETTUS control of that chamber.
The Associated Press Mississippi’s current Area obituaries
Republican governor, Phil
JACK-
Bryant, cannot seek a
COMMERCIAL DISPATCH Mrs. Harris was Primitive Church. Mr. Sterling was
SON — Sec- OBITUARY POLICY born March 31, 1924, He is survived by his born Aug. 20, 1965, in
third term. Obituaries with basic informa-
ond-term in Noxubee County, to wife, Rosie Lee Silvers Columbus, to Ruthie
First-term Republican tion including visitation and
Republican the late Johnny Cole of Macon; children, Sterling and the late
state Rep. Robert Fos- service times, are provided
Lt. Gov. and Annie Bell Wil- Vanessa Silvers of Ma- Joe L. Sterling.
ter, 35, of Hernando an- free of charge. Extended obit-
Tate Reeves uaries with a photograph, de- liams Cole. She was a con, Travis Silvers of In addition to his
nounced last month that
entered the tailed biographical information member of Tabernacle Columbus and Gregory mother, he is survived
he’s running for governor.
Mississippi and other details families may M.B. Church. Lee Silvers Jr. of Atlan- by his children, Luster
gove r no r ’s Reeves The Republican mayor
wish to include, are available ta, Georgia; siblings, Sterling, Patricia Ster-
of Petal, Hal Marx, said In addition to her
race Thursday, saying he for a fee. Obituaries must be
Glenda Silvers, Del- ling, Shalania Sterling
months ago that he intend- parents, she was pre-
wants to protect taxpayers submitted through funeral
ed to seek the state’s high- homes unless the deceased’s ceded in death by her phine Stewart, Aubrey and Bryant Sterling,
and oppose the values of
est political office, as well. body has been donated to sci- sons, Larry and Ray Silvers and Marcus Sil- all of Tupelo, Chiquita
“Hollywood and Washing-
ton, D.C.” But Marx, 50, said Thurs- ence. If the deceased’s body Harris; and 12 siblings. vers, all of Macon, Mar- Dent, Antwon Sterling
Reeves, 44, of Flowood, day on social media that was donated to science, the She is survived by ion Davis and Lambert and Jessica Davis, all
filed qualifying papers at he will not run because his family must provide official
her children, Jerry Davis, both of Pickens of Columbus; siblings,
proof of death. Please submit
the state Republican Par- wife, Mindy, has been di- Harris of Macon and County, Jack Davis of Paul Sterling, Elijah
all obituaries on the form pro-
ty headquarters, ending agnosed with cancer. vided by The Commercial Dis- Michael Harris of Charlotte, North Caro- Sterling and Ruby
months of speculation Hood, 56, of Houston, is patch. Free notices must be Olive Branch; nine lina, Jeffrey Craig and Sunivielle, all of Co-
about his plans. the only Democrat holding submitted to the newspaper grandchildren; and 13 Tyrone Burns, both of lumbus, Mark Sterling
“The political fight that statewide office in Mis- no later than 3 p.m. the day great-grandchildren. Tuscaloosa; and four of New York and Rosie
we have before us in 2019 sissippi. He said when he prior for publication Tuesday
Pallbearers will be grandchildren. Hill of Southaven; and
is with the liberal policies launched his gubernatori- through Friday; no later than 4
Elbert D. Cole, Willie Pallbearers will 21 grandchildren.
al campaign that Republi- p.m. Saturday for the Sunday
and the liberal ideas of the L. Cole, Gregory L. be Contreze Owens,
cans controlling the state edition; and no later than
party of Chuck Schum-
Legislature have approved
7:30 a.m. for the Monday edi- Cole, Sherman B. Cole, Albert Owens, Lorenzo Andrew Brown Jr.
er, Nancy Pelosi and Jim tion. Incomplete notices must Carl E. Cole, Aquanis Owens, Alzonzo Ow- COLUMBUS —
Hood, and that’s what corporate tax cuts at the ens, Alvin Silvers and
expense of improving ed-
be received no later than 7:30 Windham and Ed Andrew Brown Jr., 95,
we’re going to focus on a.m. for the Monday through Reco Silvers. died Dec. 26, 2018, at
ucation and providing op- Bearden.
over the next 10 months,” Friday editions. Paid notices
portunities for young peo- Baptist
Reeves said.
Hood, the fourth-term ple to remain in the state to
must be finalized by 3 p.m. for
inclusion the next day Monday Van Hunley Infant Konner Rush Memorial
earn a living. through Thursday; and on CALEDONIA — COLUMBUS — Hospi-
Democratic attorney gen-
eral of Mississippi, an- “For too long, Missis- Friday by 3 p.m. for Sunday Van Lee Hunley Jr., 59, Infant Konner Grant tal-Golden
nounced in October that sippi families have fallen and Monday publication. For
died Jan. 1, 2019, at the Rush, 3 months, died Triangle.
he is running for governor behind. As governor, Jim
more information, call 662-
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Brown Jr.
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Partly cloudy Milder with plenty Partly sunny and mild Mild with times of sun Mostly sunny and mild Gene E. Gathright, 85,
of sun and clouds
died Dec. 29, 2018, in
36° 57° 35° 61° 42° 65° 52° 65° 43° Starkville.
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Columbus Thursday 11 a.m. Saturday at
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Flooding
Continued from Page 1A
been a prob- of what it needs to be,” said Rosales said he under- said the city is aware of the
lem in that Stafford, who said all of the stands it could be costly to problem and working to at
area,” Staf- rainwater ultimately flows remedy the problem. Even least mitigate it.
ford said. “In into the Luxapalila creek. so, he believes, the city can “What we are in the
1971, the city “What happens is the water do more to alleviate it so he process of getting done is
did a study backs up and forms what is can do business. going in and
and identified basically a retention pond “What I was told was doing some
about 50 areas until the water can finally that (the city) could come cleaning, try-
Stafford channel out through those
where flood- every two or three months ing to see if
ing was an issue and listed pipes.” and clean out the drains there is any
them according to priority. and make sure the pipes blockage in
In 1971, that area on College A costly project haven’t collapsed,” Rosales those drains,”
Street was No. 5 on the list. Recognizing the problem said. “They don’t even do he said. “I’ve
The four areas higher on the has never been a problem, that. Really, the only thing looked into Jackson
list were in East Columbus, Stafford said. Finding the that happens is they bring seeing if there
and while I’m not sure if all funds to correct the problem out a couple of sawhorses to are grants available to help
four were addressed, I know continues to be the issue. block the street.” with a solution, but I haven’t
some of them were. If the “Back in 1971, as part of Under the present cir- found anything so far.”
list were done today, College the study, they did do a cost cumstances, Rosales said, it Stafford said there are
Street might be No. 1 on the estimate of what it would creates a continuing public grants available for drain-
list.” take to replace those pipes safety issue. age projects, but they are
Stafford said there are and solve the problem,” “I’m concerned about difficult to obtain.
two primary reasons for the Stafford said. “The estimate someone being hurt,” Ro- “The grants that are
flooding in the area. was $450,000. But in today’s sales said. “I can’t tell you available are super compet-
“The topography, obvi- money and meeting today’s how many times we’ve itive and require matching
ously, is a factor,” he said. standards, you are probably helped people get out of funds,” Stafford said. “They
“It’s a low-lying area to start looking at, conservatively, their cars when they’ve got are difficult to get.”
with. But the bigger issue is $2 million to $3 million to stuck in the flooding. At Rosales realizes a perma-
the drainage infrastructure.” fix the problem.” night, it’s really dangerous. nent solution may be a long
Specifically, Stafford said, With the city trying to When you’re driving east on time coming, but he’d appre- Courtesy photo

flooding can be attributed to College Street, you’re in the ciate any effective help he Tampico Bay restaurant owner Carlos Ro-
cut costs following a near
sales said his business and nearby prop-
the draining system south of $881,000 budget deficit in water before you see it. It’s a can get. erties are frequently flooded after heavy
the area. FY 2018, finding the mon- dangerous situation.” “I’d just like the city to do rainfalls, something he says represents a
“Downstream, there are ey to make those repairs is Ward 4 city councilman what it can,” he said. “Put- threat to motorists as they attempt to drive
some choke points where unlikely in the immediate Fred Jackson, who rep- ting out sawhorses doesn’t through College Street between 14th and
the flow is about 10 percent future. resents the affected area, fix the problem.” 15th streets in Columbus.

Felonies
Continued from Page 1A
vehicle, including both fleeing and eluding law charges of felony fleeing which were related to the Mike Arledge thanked arrest.
the Dodge Ram and the enforcement by failing to from law enforcement, chase, according to re- MCSO, Lamar County Conn is currently
burned truck log; three yield to blue lights and assault on a police officer ports from The Associat- Sheriff’s Office and the in custody at Lowndes
counts of burglary, two siren in Lowndes County, and third-offense driv- ed Press. United States Marshal’s County Adult Detention
of a commercial building the press release said. ing under the influence In the press release, Task Force for assisting Center. His bond has not
and one of a vehicle; and Conn also faces in Monroe County, all of Lowndes County Sheriff with Conn’s capture and been set.

Obituaries
Continued from Page 2A

James Edwards in charge Funeral late William Dafford Mississippi School for is in charge of arrange-
COLUMBUS — of arrange- Home is in Etheredge Sr. and Math and Science. She ments.
James Nathan Edwards, ments. charge of Peggy Joyce Jackson was a member of the Mr. Larmour attend-
49, died Dec. 22, 2018, Ms. arrange- Etheredge. Episcopal Church of the ed Tulsa University,
at Baptist Memorial Clark was ments. She is survived by Ascension in Brooks- where he was a Golden
Hospital-Golden Trian- born May Mrs. her husband, Earl Mc- ville and later the Holy Glove boxer and MSGT
29, 1986, Pope was Broom; son, Logan Mc- Cross Episcopal Church in ROTC. He was for-
gle.
Amory, to Clark born Oct. Pope Broom of Cloudcroft, in Trussville. merly employed Presi-
A memorial service
Lorine J. 19, 1937, New Mexico; daugh- In addition to her dent of the Mississippi
will be held at 2 p.m.
Clark and Eugene Clark in Noxubee County, to ters, Savannah Mc- parents, she was Nursery Association
Sunday at Carter’s Fu-
Sr. She was a 2004 grad- the late L.C. and Dollie Broom of Detroit and preceded in death by and was a member of
neral Services. Carter’s
uate of Columbus High Clark. She was formerly Katie Smith of Vernon; her daughter, Cheryl Kolola Springs Baptist
Funeral Services is Church.
School and was former- employed as a seam- stepdaughter, Vanessa Russell.
in charge of arrange- He was preceded
ly employed with Toyota stress. Trull of Kennedy; broth- She is survived by
ments. in death by his wife,
Motor Manufacturing. In addition to her ers, Bill Etheredge and her husband, Billy
Mr. Edwards was Charlene Woodward
She was a member of parents, she was pre- Danny Etheredge, both Wayne Perry of Pinson;
born Aug. 26, 1969, to Larmour; father, John
Southside M.B. Church. ceded in death by her of Leesburg, Georgia; sons, Dr. Terry Wayne
the late Joseph Ed- In addition to W. Larmour Sr.; and
sons, Willie C. and Le- sister, Connie Branch of Perry of Gadsden and
wards and Ophelia C. her parents, she is mother, Ruby Nell
roy Pope; and husband, Albany; and four grand- Robert Perry of Pinson;
Prowell. He was a 1992 survived by her chil- Black Larmour.
Edward Pope. children. and six grandchildren.
graduate of New Hope dren, Courtavien He is survived by
She is survived by Memorials may be
High School and was Terry Dashon Clark, his son, Jack Larmour;
formerly employed with De’Tavion Deshawn
her children, Annie Helen Perry made to the Susan G.
daughters, Kelly
J. Daniel of Virginia, PINSON, Ala. — Hel- Komen Breast Cancer
McRae’s/Belks and as Terry Clark, Jarvier Seabrooks and Daina
Essex Pope and Curtis en Davis “Toots” Perry, Foundation at ww5.
a cook with Pasquales Demond Clark-Thomp- Cade; brother, Bill
Pope, both of New York, 78, died Jan. 3, 2019, komen.org.
Pizza. son and Janah Lorine Larmour; sister, Kay
Ernestine Pope, Bren- at St. Vincent Hospi-
In addition to his par- Clark-Thompson, all of Quinn; five grand-
da F. Pope and Tyrone tal-East.
ents, he was preceded Columbus; and siblings, Pope, all of Macon and Services will be at
John Larmour children; and five
in death by his broth- Eugenia L. Clark, Eu- CALEDONIA — great-grandchildren.
Stephanie Pope of Penn- 11 a.m. Saturday at
ers, Jason Edwards and gene F. Clark Jr., Jason John “Big Jack” Lar- Memorials may be
sylvania; nine siblings; Cockrell Funeral Home
Tyson Morris. Anthony Clark and mour, 83, died Jan. 1, made to the Alzhei-
and a host of grandchil- Chapel with the Rev.
He is survived by Abrillya Scott-Porter, all 2019, at his residence. mer’s Association, Mis-
dren. Sandra DePriest offici-
his wife, Kimberly of Columbus. Graveside services sissippi Chapter, 855
Pallbearers will be ating. A private family
Walls-Edwards of Pallbearers will be will be at 2 p.m. Satur- S. Pear Orchard Road,
her family and friends. graveside service will
Columbus; and siblings, Marlon Andrews, Jac- day at Egger Cemetery. Ridgeland, MS 39157.
Joseph Edwards and follow at Brooksville Lowndes Funeral Home See Obituaries, 5A
quarius Clark, Dirrah Carol McBroom Cemetery. Visitation
Justine C. Edwards. Trimble, Kenny Judon, DETROIT, Ala. — will be two hours prior
Maurice Judon and Carol McBroom, 57, to services at the funer-
Deanna Clark Leon Johnson.
died Dec. 26, 2018, at al home. Cockrell Fu-
COLUMBUS — her residence. neral Home is in charge
Deanna Clark, 32, died Lillie Pope A memorial service of arrangements.
Dec. 25, 2018, at the MACON — Lillie was held at 4 p.m. Sat- Mrs. Perry was
University Medical L. Pope, 81, died Dec. urday at Detroit United born Aug. 19, 1940, in
Center in Jackson. 28, 2018, at Noxubee Methodist Church with Brooksville, to the late
Services will be at 11 Nursing Home. Jason Clifton and David Chalmer Terry Davis
a.m. Saturday at South- Services will be at 11 Sullivan officiating. Vis- and Helen B. Hudson
side M.B. Church with a.m. Saturday at Spring itation was two hours Davis. She was a gradu-
the Rev. Rayfield Evins Hill M.B. Church with prior to services at the ate of Brooksville High
officiating. Burial will the Rev. Montrell Ruck- church. Otts Funeral School and Mississippi
follow at Memorial Gar- er officiating. Burial Home was in charge of University for Wom-
dens Cemetery. Visita- will follow at the church arrangements. en. She was formerly
tion will be from noon-6 cemetery. Visitation Mrs. McBroom was employed as a teacher
p.m. Friday at Carter’s will be from 1-5 p.m. born Oct. 19, 1961, in with Central Acade-
Funeral Services. Car- Friday at Lee-Sykes Fu- Albany, Georgia, to the my in Macon and the
ter’s Funeral Services is neral Home. Lee-Sykes

Correction
■ In Thursday’s edition, The Dispatch associated
Rep. Jeff Smith with the incorrect legislative commit-
tee. He chairs the House Ways and Means Committee.
We regret the error.

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Opinion
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BIRNEY IMES SR. Editor/Publisher 1922-1947
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Dispatch
The
PETER BIRNEY IMES Editor/Publisher

ZACK PLAIR, Managing Editor
BETH PROFFITT Advertising Director
MICHAEL FLOYD Circulation/Production Manager
MARY ANN HARDY Controller

Letter to the editor Cartoonist view

Voice of the people
Takes issue with reporting
This letter is in response to Zack Plair’s 12/28/18 ar-
ticle on city credit card usage. The last sentence saying
that Parks and Recreation Director Greg Lewis had two
charges at local restaurants left your readers with the
impression that these charges were for personal use.
If complete facts were given, your readers would
know that every purchase made has a receipt submitted
with a code that explains what the charge is for. There
is no code for “personal usage,” therefore, no purchases
can be made for personal use. The two charges that Mr.
Lewis made that were mentioned in the article were
legitimate purchases. If Zack Plair had included this
information in his article, your readers would not have
been led to assume wrongdoing had taken place.
It is not advantageous to your readers to print arti-
cles that contain only partial information. I hope The
Commercial Dispatch takes into consideration this let-
ter and prints all the facts in their articles, not just what
creates sensationalism. I also hope this letter is printed
so your readers can know the complete facts.
Glenda Cummings
Administrative Assistant
Columbus Parks and Recreation

Editor’s note: The article in question suggested without
evidence that Lewis and Mayor Robert Smith inappropri-
ately used city credit cards on food purchases. We should
not have highlighted those expenditures out without
providing context. We apologize to Smith, Lewis and our
readers. We have edited the online version of the story and
removed those references.

Other Editors
Race and school discipline
Americans have grown all too fa- revoke the previous administration’s Mac Donald’s point wasn’t to say eration of Teachers survey found that 36
miliar with the horror of school shoot- guidance on racial differences in school that race determines conduct. She was percent of teachers said student offens-
ings. One of the worst ever, at Marjory discipline — which this commission helping to explain how factors outside es had become more frequent under a
Stoneman Douglas High School in judged to be attacking the wrong prob- school may influence conduct inside policy aimed at curbing suspensions.
Parkland, Fla., left 17 dead and pro- lem in the wrong way. school. African-American youngsters In Madison, Wis., suspensions declined
voked the state to tighten its gun laws. President Barack Obama’s Education are more likely to grow up in poverty, in by 13 percent between 2013 and 2018,
The tragedy and others like it have Department, headed by Arne Duncan, single-parent homes and in crime-rid- the Wisconsin State Journal reports,
given parents cause to worry when they noted that “African-American students den neighborhoods. Such conditions but “bad student behavior in Madison
send their kids to school. without disabilities are more than three are bound to have a detrimental effect schools nearly doubled.”
But mass shootings in schools are times as likely as their white peers on the behavior of some students, What’s easy to forget in the focus on
rare events. What’s more common is without disabilities to be expelled or which likely accounts for the racial gap those who are disciplined is the effect
the daily danger from bullying, threats suspended.” School districts were put in discipline. of their conduct on everyone else. In
and violence that many students (and on notice that evidence of “disparate The Obama administration guid- schools that are mostly black, the vic-
even teachers) face from disruptive impact” in disciplinary outcomes could ance had discouraged schools from tims of students who engage in violent
students. This problem is far less lethal trigger investigations of possible racial removing students who are violent or disruptive behavior also are mostly
but can cause psychological as well as discrimination. or seriously disruptive. But the new black. When disruptive students of any
physical injury, not to mention its corro- But why should it? More likely, commission cited Judy Kidd, president ethnicity are removed from the class-
sive effect on learning. actual differences in behavior account of the Classroom Teachers Association room, teachers are better able to help
After the Parkland shooting, Presi- for the gap. “According to federal data,” of North Carolina, who expressed the kids who want to learn.
dent Donald Trump empaneled a feder- Manhattan Institute analyst Heather view that “some school leaders have By rescinding the old guidance, the
al commission on school safety. In late Mac Donald noted in City Journal, “. chosen to avoid potential Office of Civil Trump administration will empower lo-
December, it issued a report stressing black students self-reported being in Rights investigations by eliminating cal school administrators and teachers
the need for the federal government to a physical fight at school at over twice the use of out-of-school suspensions to craft and enforce discipline policies
help local school districts address their the rate of white students in 2015.” In and expulsions, without considering that are fair to every student. A safe
respective discipline issues rather than California, black fifth-graders are five the impact that such practices have on school, after all, should be considered a
dictating one-size-fits-all solutions. One times more likely than whites to be school safety.” civil right.
of the chief recommendations was to chronically truant. In Oklahoma City, an American Fed- Chicago Tribune

State of the Nation
Government shutdown: Money, money everywhere
but not a drop for a wall
This is not our first ticle called Trump’s retreat a referred to Hillary Clinton’s health care in this effort. The result? Poverty,
partial government shut- “capitulation.” When Trump plan as “Hillarycare”? trending down in America before
down. Somehow, someway, reversed his reversal, the Some Democrats denounce the the mid-’60s, reversed itself. Poverty
from 1976 through 2017, same critics promptly border wall as “racist.” Pelosi called the among blacks fell from 87 percent in
the nation has survived accused him of yielding to wall — and Trump’s plan for a path to 1940 to 47 percent by 1960. Five years
18 shutdowns, the longest the demands of “right-wing” citizenship for 1.8 million “dreamers” into Johnson’s “war,” America’s poverty
lasting 21 days. In this case, television and radio hosts. — a “hateful anti-immigrant scheme” rate declined to 12.1 percent. But with-
President Donald Trump The late President designed to advance the president’s in a few years, poverty reversed course
insists that the next budget George Herbert Walker agenda to “make America white again.” and increased to 15 percent, where it
deal contain $5 billion to Bush knew the feeling. This pushes the left’s narrative that has more or less remained. This “war”
construct a wall on part of When he violated his “no not only is Trump racist, but so are the led to greater government dependen-
our southern border with new taxes” pledge, did Republicans who voted for him. This at- cy and increased fatherlessness as a
Mexico. Larry Elder Dems praise this “com- tack has been effective. A recent Axios growing number of single mothers,
Trump, say the Demo- promise” as an example of poll finds that 61 percent of Democrats in essence, married the government.
crats, is “unwilling to com- how “both sides can work believe Republicans are “racist/bigot- Has the “war on poverty” passed the
promise.” But when he asks for only $5 together to get things done” on behalf ed/sexist,” while 31 percent of Republi- efficiency test?
billion for a project with a U.S. Customs of the American people? Please. James cans feel that way about Democrats. Then there’s Obama’s nearly $1
and Border Protection estimated price Carville, Bill Clinton’s 1992 campaign Beyond “racist,” say many Demo- trillion “stimulus” plan that failed to
tag of $18 billion spent over 10 years, manager used it against Bush, calling crats, the wall is “wasteful” and “inef- achieve its own unemployment re-
that is already a compromise. That $18 it “the most famous broken promise in fective.” Rep. Ted Lieu, D-Calif., said, duction targets. Ditto his “Cash for
billion amounts to 0.0338 percent of the the history of American politics.” “Democrats are certainly happy to talk Clunkers,” “Cash for Caulkers” and
$53 trillion the Congressional Budget The media has taken to calling the about border security, but we’re not “green-tech” programs, which have
Office estimated the federal govern- southern border wall “Trump’s wall” going to build this stupid vanity wall cost taxpayers billions of dollars while
ment will spend from 2018 through or “his” wall, as if it were devoid of of Donald Trump’s with U.S. taxpayer failing to achieve their objectives.
2027. usefulness in slowing down illegal dollars.” He called the wall “inefficient, Obama, after insisting he lacked
For a few days, Trump dropped his border-crossers. When Republicans be- wasteful technology.” Pelosi said: “(The authority, used an executive order to
demand for wall funding, angering gan calling President Barack Obama’s wall’s) the wrong thing to do. It doesn’t create Deferred Action for Childhood
much of his base. Did the likely next health care plan “Obamacare,” some work. It’s not effective. It’s the wrong Arrivals — even though immigration
speaker of the house, Rep. Nancy Democrats called this personalization thing to do and it’s a waste of money.” law is up to Congress. But Trump can’t
Pelosi, D-Calif., and Senate Minori- “racist.” MSNBC host Melissa Har- News bulletin: Democrats base legis- use $5 billion from this year’s $700 bil-
ty Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., ris-Perry said, “The word (Obamacare) lation on efficiency and effectiveness?! lion defense budget for a down payment
applaud Trump’s “bipartisanship” and was conceived of by a group of wealthy Fine, let’s examine the massive on a border wall for national security,
his “willingness to reach across the white men who needed a way to put spending that’s occurred since Presi- the principal job of the commander in
aisle”? Hardly. Left-wing cable pundits themselves above and apart from a dent Lyndon Johnson’s so-called war chief?
mocked Trump as having “caved” on a black man, to render him inferior and on poverty, an effort launched in the Larry Elder is a best-selling author
campaign promise due to the suppos- unequal and diminish his accomplish- mid-’60s. In the following five decades, and nationally syndicated radio talk-
edly shrewd negotiating skills of the ments.” Would these be the same according to The Heritage Foundation, show host. To find out more about Larry
Democrat leadership. A Vanity Fair ar- “wealthy white men” who, in the 1990s, taxpayers have spent over $22 trillion Elder, visit www.LarryElder.com.
The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com Friday, January 4, 2019 5A

Obituaries
Continued from Page 3A

Robert Houser Patsy Copeland gle Credit Union. made to the American
COLUMBUS — Rob- SULLIGENT, Ala. In addition to her par- Cancer Society, P.O.
ert Houser, 64, died — Patsy Mary Ann ents, she was preceded Box 22718, Oklahoma
Jan. 3, 2019, at Grenada Copeland, 76, died Jan. in death by her son, Jer- city, OK 73123 or to the
Living Center in Gre- 2, 2019, at Baptist Me- ry Dale Copeland; and Huntington’s Disease
nada. morial Hospital-Golden brother, Bual Walker. Society of America, 505
Arrangements are Triangle. She is survived by 8th Ave., Ste. 902, New
incomplete and will be Services will be at 2 her husband, Jerry York, NY 10018.
announced by Lowndes p.m. Sunday at Chan- Copeland of Sulligent;
Funeral Home. dler Funeral Home daughters, Teresa “Ter- Phill Lowe
Chapel with Lonnel ri” Davis of Caledonia COLUMBUS — Phill
Billy Bailey Plyer and Willis Logan and Jerri Dawn Brock Lowe, 65, died Jan. 2,
COLUMBUS — Bil- officiating. Graveside of Sulligent; sister, Jew- 2019, at his residence.
ly Gene Bailey, 85, died services will be at 11 ell Osment; two grand- Arrangements are
Jan. 2, 2019, at North a.m. Monday at Fair- children; and three incomplete and will be
Mississippi Medical view Cemetery in Dou- great-grandchildren. announced by Lee-
Center in Tupelo. ble Springs. Visitation Memorials may be Sykes Funeral Home.
Services will be at will be one hour prior to
noon Saturday at First
Christian Church.
Visitation will be from
services Sunday at the
funeral home. Chan-
dler Funeral Home is
Do your kids a favor.
10:3 a.m.-noon at the in charge of arrange-
Make your funeral/cremations plans in advance.
church. Lowndes Fu- ments. When Caring Counts...
neral Home is in charge Mrs. Copeland was
of arrangements. born June 5, 1942, in
Double Springs, to the FUNERAL HOME
Mary Crossley late Earnest Harvey & CREMATORY
1131 N. Lehmberg Rd.
TUSCUMBIA, and Vera Idera Walker. Columbus, MS 39702

Mildred Kellum
Ala. — Mary Kathleen She was formerly Vice (662) 328-1808
Millican Crossley, 96, President of the Trian- www.lowndesfuneralhome.net
died Dec. 30, 2018.

Terry Allen Owens
A memorial service Mildred McLemore Kellum was born August
will be held at noon 15, 1923, in Crawford, MS, to Thomas S. and
Saturday at Calvary Willie Tucker McLemore.
Baptist Church in Tus- Mr. Terry Allen Owens “Rusty Gunz” of Co- She is preceded in death by her husband of 64
cumbia with the Rev. lumbus, MS passed away on Wednesday, January years, James L. Kellum; five brothers, Willie B.,
Darell Pace and the 2, 2019, at Baptist Memorial Hospital. LT, Tommy, Richards and Murry McLemore; her
Rev. Michael Rogers of- A Memorial service will be held on Saturday, beloved niece, Sue McLemore Tucker and Sue’s
ficiating. Graveside ser- January 5, 2019, at 2:00 PM at Lowndes Funeral husband, Danny Tucker.
vices will be at 4 p.m. at Home Chapel with Bro. Jimmy Pender officiat- She is survived by her son and daughter-in-
Furnace Hill Cemetery ing. law, Don and Ebba Sanders Kellum of West Point,
in Vernon. Visitation Mr. Owens was born on August 10, 1955, to MS; grandchildren, Dawn (Delmon) Anthony of
will be two hours prior Chester V. and Bessie Ellison Owens. Mr. Owens Eupra, MS, Will (Shelia) Kellum of West Point,
to the service at the Frances G. Steverson was a retired MSgt of the United States Air Force MS, Neely (Greg) Ott of Mooreville, MS, Donna
church. Chandler Fu- Visitation: and current UDM with security Force at Colum- (Jay) Buckley of Sulligent, AL and Kelly Kellum
neral Home is in charge Friday, Jan. 4 • 1-2 PM bus Air Force Base. He was a gun enthusiast, (Ashley) of Starkville, MS; beloved niece, Betty
Memorial Gunter Peel McLemore Varga of Milwaukee, WI; and best
of arrangements. Funeral Home built and customized firearms and was a member
Mrs. Crossley was 2nd Ave. North Location of the Double “H” Gun Club. Mr. Owens enjoyed friend, Earnestine McGregor of Starkville,
born in Sulligent, to the Services: hunting in Tennessee with his brother Mike. He MS; 12 great grandchildren; and 11 great-great
Friday, Jan. 4 • 2 PM
late William Roscoe Sr. Memorial Gunter Peel was an avid animal lover and supporter. grandchildren.
and Mamie Kate Owen Funeral Home Mr. Owens is preceded in death by his grand- She answered to friend, Moma, Aunt
2nd Ave. North Location
Millican. She was a Burial son-Christopher Owens Nickoles. Mildred and most often Grandma. She worked
member of Calvary Friendship Cemetery Mr. Owens is survived by his wife-Elizabeth at Starkville High School cafeteria and MSU
Baptist Church. Davis Owens; daughter-Chastity (Bobby Jr) Extension Service (Soil Testing Lab) until her
In addition to her Carolyn Brown Nickoles of Concord, N.C.; brothers-Mike Ow- retirement.
parents, she was pre- Visitation: ens Sr. of Monroe, MI, Chester Owens Jr. of Mon- Visitation is scheduled for Saturday, January
Saturday, Jan. 5 • 12:30-2 PM 5, 2019 from 12:00-2:00 p.m. at Adaton United
ceded in death by her Memorial Gunter Peel
roe, MI; sisters-Connie Jacobs of Monroe, MI,
brother, William Ros- Funeral Home Crystal Willit of Monroe MI and Tina Brown of Methodist Church with services immediately
coe “Pete” Millican Jr.; 2nd Ave. North Location Harrogate, TN; grandchildren-Brianna (Josiah) following. Welch Funeral Home is in charge of
Services:
sisters, Johnnie Kate Saturday, Jan. 5 • 2 PM Hooper and Mikelle Nickoles; great-grandchil- arrangements.
Mappin, Polly Rye and Memorial Gunter Peel dren-Emery and Lillian; godchildren-Richard Pallbearers are: Delmon Anthony, Jay Buckley,
Funeral Home
Patricia Wheat; and 2nd Ave. North Location Lane of Martin, TN and Kyleigh Lewis of Colub- Greg Ott, Will Kellum, Kelly Kellum, and Jacob
husband, Roy Milner Burial mus, MS; a host of nephews and nieces; and his Sanders.
Friendship Cemetery Honorary pallbearers are her great grandsons,
Crossley. precious fur babies, Molly & Ellie.
She is survived by Honorary Pallbearers-Damon Salter, Dustin Garrett and Colten Anthony, Ken Brown, special
Van Hunley friend of Don and all members of Adaton United
her daughter, Mary Visitation:
Weeks, John Rice, Michael Flanagan, Jeremy
“Bitsey” Moore; two Sunday, Jan. 6 • 3-5 PM Arnett, Rashad Snipes, Nathan Sullivan, Past & Methodist Church.
grandchildren; and Memorial Gunter Peel Present Members of Security Forces and cus- You can leave the family a condolence at: www.
Funeral Home welchfuneralhomes.com.
seven great-grandchil- 2nd Ave. North Location tomers of Rusty Gunz.
dren. Services: Memorials may be made to Lowndes Humane Paid Obituary - Welch Funeral Home
Monday, Jan. 7 • 2 PM
Pallbearers will be Memorial Gunter Peel
Society, 50 Airline Rd., Columbus, MS 39702,

James R. Oswalt
Tommy Buckner, Cy Funeral Home Starkville Humane Society, 510 Industrial Park
2nd Ave. North Location Rd., Starkville, MS 39759 or Pet Posse, in c/o
Christian, Randell Burial
Gilmore, Dan Mc- Rowan Cemetery Animal Medical Center, 204 Idlewild Rd., Colum-
Steens bus, MS 39705.
Daniel, Ken Michael, James R. “Sonny” Oswalt, 80,
Compliments of
Ronnie Strawbridge, Carolyn McElroy of Columbus, MS, passed away
Ron Strawbridge and Incomplete Lowndes Funeral Home on Wednesday, January 2, 2019,
Gentry Wheat. Memorial Gunter Peel www.lowndesfuneralhome.net at his residence.
Memorials may Funeral Home Visitation will be Friday,

Frances G. Steverson
College St. Location
be made to Gideons January 4, 2019, from 6:00 PM-
International, P.O. Box 8:00 PM at Lowndes Funeral
97251, Washington, Frances Gore Steverson, age 84, died Wednes- Home Columbus, MS. He will
D.C. 20090 or to St. day, January 02, 2019, at Windsor Place Nursing lay at state Saturday, January 5,
Jude Children’s Re- memorialgunterpeel.com & Rehab Center in Columbus. 2019, from 9:00 AM-10:00 AM
search Hospital, 501 St. Services will be held Friday, January 04, 2019 and service will follow at 10:00
Jude Place, Memphis, at 2:00 PM at Memorial Gunter Peel, 2nd Ave N. AM at Fairview Baptist Church Columbus, MS
TN 38105. Chapel with Jason Heady and Shawn Dickie of- with Bro. Sammy Crawford officiating and Bro.
ficiating. Burial will follow at Friendship Ceme- Tommy Gillon assisting. Interment will follow

Ernesteene Bryant tery. Visitation will be held one hour prior to ser- at Friendship Cemetery with Lowndes Funeral
vice at the funeral home. Home, Columbus, MS directing.
Mrs. Steverson was born on Wednesday, Janu- Mr. Oswalt was born on June 22, 1938, to the
Ernesteene Bryant, 96, of Columbus, MS, ary 10, 1934, in Lowndes County, MS, to the late late A.M. and Reveland May Godfrey Oswalt. Mr.
passed away on Wednesday, January 2, 2019, at James William and Minnie Lou Cloer Gore. She Oswalt was a jack of all trades. He was in the Air
Vineyard Court Nursing Home. was a member of the Columbus Church of Christ Force Reserves for 20 yrs. He also worked at the
Visitation will be Saturday, January 5, 2019, and a retired employee of United Technologies. Columbus Police Dept. as a Detective Lieutenant
from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM at Lowndes Funeral After retirement, she served as a “Pink Lady” for 20 years. He worked at Lowe’s for 10 years,
Home Columbus, MS. Service will follow in the volunteer at Baptist Memorial Hospital Golden worked as a locksmith part-time and served as a
Lowndes Funeral Home Chapel at 11:00 AM with Triangle. deacon at Fairview Baptist Church.
Bro. Steve Lammons officiating. No graveside In addition to her parents, she was preceded in He is preceded in death by his brother, Tommy
services with interment at Memorial Gardens death by her sister, Annie Lou Gore Brown; and Oswalt; and nephew, Thomas “T” Oswalt.
Columbus, MS with Lowndes Funeral Home di- her brothers, Bud Gore, Clyde Gore, James Clif- Mr. Oswalt is survived by his wife, Mary E. Os-
recting. ton Gore, Gayron Garfield Gore, Arthur Elbert walt; daughters, Daphne (Bill) Gordon and Hol-
Mrs. Bryant was born November 14, 1922, to Gore and James Albert Gore. ly (Joey) McCullough; brother, John F. Oswalt;
the late Altha Cook and James “Jim” Sprouse, in Survivors include her husband, A. J. Stever- grandchildren, Tommy (Stephanie) Gordon, Mi-
Lamar Co. AL. She loved to crappie fish, loved son, Columbus MS; and sister, Velma Sue Wilkes chael (Kadie) Gordon, Walker McCullough and
gardening and being outside. She was a great (Clay). Brandi McCullough; great-grandchildren, Laura
cook and loved to cook. Serving as pallbearers will be Wes Steverson, Kate Gordon, Asher Gordon and Maddie Claire
She is preceded in death by her husband, Randy Edmonson, Jim Gore, John Gore, Steve Gordon.
Thurman Bryant; brothers, Harvey Sprouse, Wilkes and Donnie Brown. Pallbearers are Tommy Gordon, Michael Gor-
Grover Sprouse and Bill Sprouse; and sisters, Serving as Honorary pallbearers will be Wal- don, Walker McCullough, Andrew Oswalt, Bud-
Maybell Wallace, Rosella Camp and Pearl Dover. ter Bolton, Frank Griffin, Miller Griffin, Lance & dy Godfrey, Hobbie Oswalt and Mac McManus.
Mrs. Bryant is survived by her daughters, Pa- Misty Holder, Glenda Holder, Roy & Daisy King, Honorary Pallbearers are the Columbus Police
tricia (Jimmy) Densmore and Cynthia (Douglas) Gary & Patsy Conquest, Windy Sanderson, Tim Dept, his fishing buddies, his Sunday School
Livingston, both of Columbus, MS; 4 grandchil- Upton, Charlie Newell, Faye Hutcherson, Doug class and his bowling buddies.
dren; 9 great-grandchildren; 5 great-great-grand- Brown, Jason Stein, Kenny & Kathy Bush, Gary Memorials may be made to the Heart Fund,
children; and a host of nieces and nephews. Barnett, Ed Edmonson, Robbie & Amy Shaw, 14 E. 60th Street, Suite 501, New York, NY 10022,
Pallbearers are John Gore, Joe Shaw, Waylon Terry & Ellen Brumley and Tommy Johnson, Sr. Fairview Baptist Church, 127 Airline Rd., Colum-
Kyle, David Sprouse, Bart Olsen, Homer Wil- Memorials may be made to the charity of your bus, MS 39702 and Encompass Hospice, 2305
liams and Thorn McCoy choice. Bluecutt Rd., Columbus, MS 39705.
Memorials may be made to St. Jude Children’s
Compliments of
Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis,
TN 38105 or LeBonheur Children’s Medical Cen- Lowndes Funeral Home
www.lowndesfuneralhome.net
ter, P.O. Box 41817, Memphis, TN 38174-181.
Sign the online guest book at
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New show celebrates ‘Comforts of Color’
BY JAN SWOOPE
jswoope@cdispatch.com

A
reception Saturday from
5:30-7 p.m. will open a riot
of color at the Columbus
Arts Council’s Rosenzweig Arts
Center in down-
town Columbus. IF YOU GO:
Karen Arzamendi WHO: Columbus
has entitled her Arts Council
exhibition of two WHAT: Karen
Arzamendi exhib-
dozen abstract it “Comforts of
art quilts “Com- Color” (free)
forts of Color.” WHEN: Sat-
“To me, color urday, Jan. 5,
5:30-7 p.m.
is very joyful,” WHERE: Rosenz-
said Arzamendi weig Arts Center,
who holds a Mas- 501 Main St.,
ter of Fine Arts Columbus
degree in fibers
from the Univer-
sity of North Texas. “Working with Chris McDill/Special to The Dispatch
color and shape is what excites me. Karen Arzamendi of Columbus pauses Thursday next to her art quilt enti-
It’s joyous to move color through a tled “Good Vibrations” during the hanging of her exhibition at the Colum-
composition.” bus Arts Council’s Rosenzweig Arts Center. A reception Saturday opens
Arzamendi’s show of about two dozen abstract art quiltings.
Originally from Norman, Okla-
homa, the artist and her husband Nancy Crow of Ohio. Crow was a Commission (MAC) grant to help
Mike Arzamendi made Columbus leading figure in the development with preparation for the current
their home about four years ago, of the art quilting movement of the exhibition.
when Mike became communica- 1970s and 1980s. “Artists who receive grants rep-
tion and training manager with “I followed her work for years resent some of the most gifted in-
PACCAR. and her (style) evolution from be- dividuals in their respective fields,”
While art quilts are the focus of ing really tightly controlled to this said Malcolm White, executive
her current solo show, Arzamendi more improvisational style, a style director of MAC. “These outstand-
also creates weavings, surface de- that really excited me,” she said. ing artists carry on Mississippi’s
signs and installations with found Arzamendi eventually studied legacy of artistic excellence, and
objects. She credits two years she with Crow for several weeks. The MAC is proud to support those
lived in Mexico in the mid-1990s Gee’s Bend quilt makers in remote who enliven and enrich their com-
for a heightened awareness of Alabama, as well as Amish quil- munities with the creative spirit.”
hues. ters, inspired her as well. Arzamendi’s “Comforts of
“That’s when I woke up to “African-American quilters Color” will be displayed through
color,” she said. “It’s everywhere used what they had, and they January in the Rosenzweig Arts
there — the buildings can be paint- weren’t necessarily inspired by Center main galley. The adjoining
ed brightly, interior rooms can also American quilts,” she said. “Some- Artist Alley will feature artwork by
be really bright, in homes, restau- times they used blocks, but that Art Reach Kids.
rants, stores, everywhere.” wasn’t the driving force in their The arts center is located at 501
Arzamendi’s progression from style.” Main St. For more information,
traditional quilting to art quilts Arzamendi was recently contact the Columbus Arts Council
was influenced by fiber artist awarded a $500 Mississippi Arts at 662-328-2787.

Sheriff
Continued from Page 1A
Jones announced his cluding incumbents Ron ified to seek election to seek another term as Dis-
intention to run to The Cook to seek another the county attorney office trict 3 justice court judge
Dispatch in April 2018, term as District 2 justice and Randy Soldier Robles and Michael Hunt quali-
saying that he felt Arledge court judge and Greg qualified in the District 1 fied to seek another term
pressured him into retir- Andrews to seek anoth- constable race. as coroner.
ing. er term as tax assessor. In Oktibbeha County,
On Thursday, Jones Also, Corky Smith qual- Marty Haug qualified to
said he feels his experi-
ence in multiple facets of
law enforcement, includ-
ing patrol, investigation,
community relations, nar-
cotics and jail administra-
tion, makes him a strong
candidate.
“My decision to run
came after I went into
retirement,” he said. “I
spoke it over with my wife
and felt with my experi-
ence and years working
with the various aspects
of law enforcement that I
could bring all of that to
the plate for the citizens.”
Williams has 20 years
of law enforcement ex-
perience. He’s currently
the commander of the Co-
lumbus-Lowndes County
joint narcotics task force,
as well as LCSO’s SWAT
team and K-9 division.
“(Running for sher-
iff) is something that
I’ve thought about for a
while,” Williams said.
“I made the decision af-
ter some discussion and
talking with my wife and
family about it, and decid-
ed to give it a turn. I look
forward to hopefully a
good outcome and believe
I can do a good job for the
citizens of the county and
city.”
Arledge, who has a
year left in his term, said
he’s proud of the depart-
ment’s accomplishments
since he was first elected.
“I think we’ve come a
long way,” he said. “We’ve
worked on getting a lot
of up-to-date equipment,
whether that’s vehicles or
other equipment. Right
now, we’re working on ac-
creditation. We should be
done with that in the next
month or two, and we’ll be
one of the few sheriff’s of-
fices in the state that are
accredited.”

Qualifiers
in other races
Several candidates
qualified for other races
in Lowndes County, in-

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MSU women Trick plays
helped turn
rout Hogs in
tide for Bama
SEC opener By JOHN ZENOR
The Associated Press
By KURT VOIGT
The Associated Press TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Nick
Saban showed he’s capable of der-
FAYET TEVILLE, Ark. — Jor- ring-do in Alabama’s past two na-
dan Danberry made little effort to tional championship game wins.
hide the importance of her return The coach famed for his scowl,
to Arkansas and the final game of his process and meticulous down-
her career in her home state. to-the-tiniest detail nature —
The Mississip- even eating the same salad daily
pi State senior did for lunch and, of course, oatmeal
plenty of talking creme pies for breakfast — has
with her game, turned title games in the Crimson
too, on Thursday Tide’s favor with two gutsy calls.
night, scoring a ca- When thinking of Saban, a
reer-high 26 points gambler or risk taker isn’t the first
as the No. 7 Bull- thing that comes to mind.
Danberry dogs opened South- But when the time is right,
eastern Conference the coach has stepped outside
play with a 93-69 win over the Ra- the box. In January 2016, Saban’s
zorbacks. fourth-quarter onside kick call
Danberry, from Conway, Ar- propelled Alabama on to a 45-
kansas, transferred from the Ra- 40 win over Clemson by not only
zorbacks to the Bulldogs (13-1, setting up a touchdown drive but
1-0 SEC) as a sophomore. The keeping the offense off the field.
5-foot-8 guard returned to Bud Last season, he brought in
Walton Arena on Thursday in freshman quarterback Tua Ta-
front of a number of friends and govailoa for the second half to ral-
family members, and she played ly the Crimson Tide from a 13-0
like she had a point to prove.
David Miller/
Special to The Dispatch
deficit against Georgia, benching
“It was really important just Heritage Academy two-year starter Jalen Hurts.
to come back my senior year and enters its first contest The Tide and Tigers, both 14-
of 2019 with a 13-2 0, meet again Monday night in
play here in front of my family,”
overall record in boys’ Santa Clara, California, with the
Danberry said. “... This is a real
basketball. national title on the line.
special night to play here again.” Earlier this season, Don’t be shocked if Saban gam-
Danberry scored 14 of her Heritage Academy bles — or at least takes a calculat-
points in the first quarter and fin- beat rival Starkville ed risk — at some point. Anything
ished 11 of 21 from the field, top- Academy, 66-34.
to tilt the game in his favor.
ping her previous scoring mark In the photo above,
junior James Fitch (14) “Well, I think when you’re play-
of 20 points, against Washington
takes a shot for the ing against a very good team and
last month. She matched that pre-
Patriots. you anticipate that it’s going to be
vious best with a basket on the
At right, junior guard a really tight game, that you’re
break and later topped it with a
Reid Huskison (20) always looking for somewhere
layup that put Mississippi State takes a shot in the or someplace in the game where
up 71-39. same game. you can create an advantage for
“She probably came out with a yourself and try to put your play-
point to prove,” Arkansas sopho- ers in the best position to have a
more Chelsea Dungee said. “She chance to be successful,” Saban
played well.” said. “You know, I think we do
Teaira McCowan added 16 that for every game, but I think
points and 22 rebounds for Mis- when you play in games like this,
sissippi State. The preseason SEC sometimes those plays can have a
Player of the Year was 7 of 11 from huge impact because it’s probably
the field and played only 25 min- going to be a pretty close game.”
utes, leading the Bulldogs to a 57- Three seasons ago, Alabama
31 rebounding advantage. had just tied Clemson at 24 with
Jazzmun Holmes added 14 a field goal when Marlon Hum-
points and Chloe Bibby 11. phrey collected Adam Griffith’s

PATRIOTS GEARING UP
Dungee led Arkansas (11-4, onside kick at midfield. Two plays
0-1) with 25 points and also had later, Jake Coker hit tight end O.J.
four blocks. The loss ended a six- Howard for a 51-yard touchdown
game winning streak for the Ra- and Alabama took the lead for the
zorbacks, who shot just 37.5 per- duration.
cent (27 of 72) in the loss.
Taylah Thomas was 6 of 7 from Heritage Academy boys roll into new year with momentum, 13-2 mark Clemson tight end Milan Rich-
ard was on the field with the kick
the field and added 15 points for return unit.
By Adam Minichino game. The girls teams will start the var-
the Razorbacks, and Alexis Tole- aminichino@cdispatch.com “We weren’t expecting it,” Rich-
free 11 for Arkansas. sity doubleheader at 6 p.m.
“We’re playing OK,” Whiteside said. “I ard said. “The way we were lined
“As expected, Mississippi State Russ Whiteside sees signs that things up, they tried to take advantage
is indeed one of the best teams in think we’re playing hard and sometimes
are coming together for the Heritage of it and it worked. It’s something
the country,” Razorbacks coach we have found it hard to get into a rhythm
Academy boys basketball team. we’ll be ready for, something we
Mike Neighbors said. “You think offensively. came back and prepared for and
Given the team’s success to date de- “We haven’t shot the ball as well from
you’re doing a decent job and then we’ll try not to let happen again.”
spite injuries, that could be a bad sign for the perimeter as well as we would have
you look up and you’re down 20.”
the Patriots’ opponents in 2019.
See TIDE, 2B
See MSU, 2B liked to, and I think that is starting to
At 7:30 p.m. Friday, Heritage Academy come around and get better. We have
GAME 14 will kick off the second half of the season to continue to get better offensively and CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
when it plays host to Leake Academy in play hard like we have been doing. If we n No. 1 Alabama vs. No. 2 Clem-
n No. 16 Kentucky, 4 p.m. Sunday son, 7 p.m. Monday (ESPN, ESPN2,
(SEC Network; WKBB-FM 100.9) a Mississippi Association of Independent do that, I think we will be OK.”
ESPNU; WJEC-FM 106.5)
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New Year’s well-wishes for many sports celebrities in the community
W
ell the last Christmas How about a look ahead with an, MVP honors at the Final Florida. tures.
gifts have been re- some well wishes for the next Four. For broadcaster Jim Ellis, a For the MSU men’s basket-
turned and the holiday 12 months: For MSU’s Jordan Danberry, one-hour, 55-minute game on ball team, a packed coliseum
music channels have returned For Mississippi State’s Joe a game-winning shot against Sunday at Tennessee. for five conference home
to regular programming. Moorhead, a victory South Carolina. For broadcaster Neil Price, games.
Christmas trees have been over LSU. For MSU’s Ben How- a plate of barbecue when the For former MSU publicist
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Patriots
Continued from Page 1B
Last season, Heritage er is “ahead of schedule” which gets some open iteside believes that atti-
Academy (30-11) beat and that he could be back shots for the guards.” tude is perfect for a team
Hillcrest Christian School in early February. Whiteside said the that showed it is ready,
59-39 to win the MAIS Last month, Heritage 6-foot-5 Acker has been willing, and able to be the
Class AAA State title at Academy lost senior a load to deal with on the sum of its parts to reach
Columbia Academy. It Moak Griffin to a broken low block. He said Acker its goals.
then defeated Simpson hand in a victory against is averaging about a team- The only problem is
Academy and Marshall Starkville Academy. Wh- best 15 points per game.
Heritage Academy might
Academy before losing iteside said the versatile He said Acker and the Pa-
to eventual overall cham- Griffin, who was a stand- triots’ post players have have to wait a little lon-
pion Madison-Ridgeland out on the school’s football done a good job of playing ger to get all of its pieces
Academy, which won its team, is expected back in inside-out to draw defend- back. When that happens,
third-straight crown. two to three weeks. ers and create openings Whiteside hopes the Pa-
A year ago, Whiteside Whiteside said depth on the perimeter for their triots still have the chem-
said the Patriots under- has helped the Patriots to teammates. istry to make another run
stood the meaning of withstand the injuries. He Whiteside said Hus- at a championship.
team and what it took to credits junior Eli Acker kison has “come on” of “The biggest thing I
play together. He said and Jared Long for giving late and provided a lift told them stay humble
team chemistry enabled the team a presence in with his outside shooting. and hungry and stay after
the Patriots to adopt a the post. He said guards He said Huskison had a it each and every day and
“next-man-up mentality” Carter Putt and Reid Hus- big second half in hitting know it is the same recipe
that allowed one player to kison have been solid, as four 3-pointers in the vic- in that we have to go out
emerge if one or multiple have Adam Koussih and tory against Starkville
there and outwork every-
players were having off Jack Kizer in “stepping up Academy in the district
nights. and giving us some good opener. The return of Alt- body every day in prac-
This season, Heritage minutes.” myer and Griffin only will tice and stay hungry. It is
Academy (13-2, 1-0 dis- Whiteside said juniors bolster and outside attack great everybody out there
trict) is following a simi- Gunnar Gale and Davis that Whiteside feels is is talking about Heritage
lar mind-set despite los- Fitch also have played a finding its footing. Academy, but, at the same
ing two key contributors. good bit and helped to “We have some kids time, we have to let every-
In the second game of the keep the Patriots on track. who can make shots, and body focus on that and let
season, guard Steele Al- “I think we have some they’re starting to right us stay in the moment and
tmyer suffered a broken depth, and we felt like we now, and we think that is work hard and try to out-
leg going in for a layup. were going to be prob- only going to get better,” work everybody else.
Whiteside said the inju- ably nine deep, so the Whiteside said. “I think our team has a
ry was a “freak thing” guys who have stepped Whiteside said he likes chance to be really good. I
because there was no up and taken their place how the Patriots have would like us to play at full
contact. Altmyer had 25 were really guys we were been able to find ways
strength at some point. It
points in the team’s first counting on anyway,” to win on nights he feels
game and 15 in the second Whiteside said. “They they haven’t played well. has been fun to watch, but
before he was injured. have done a good job of He also said the players I think it will be really fun
Whiteside said he that anyway. We also have have embraced the notion to watch if everybody gets
originally didn’t think Al- done a good job scoring they no longer are the healthy.”
tmyer would be back this in the post and drawing hunter and are the hunt- Follow Dispatch sports
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Tide
Continued from Page 1B
Tigers left tackle Mitch Hyatt felt “When you’re playing great Afterward, Saban said he didn’t
like his team had the momentum teams, sometimes you have to take think the Tide could run the ball
before that onside kick. Watson and risks. And when you do, you have well enough to overcome the strug-
the Tigers’ offense certainly were to execute them. And sometimes gling passing game and lack of big
looking all but unstoppable. that’s the difference-maker in the plays.
That made Saban’s timing so game.” “I thought Tua would give us a
perfect. Maybe switching to Tagovailoa better chance and a spark, which
“We knew if we just got the ball, now seems like a no-brainer consid- he certainly did,” the coach said fol-
we would go and win the game,” Hy- ering how poorly Alabama’s offense lowing the game.
att said. “The onside kick just really was playing against Georgia and Alabama doesn’t take many gam-
turned that game around.” that he wound up being a Heisman bles like that onside kick against
The Tigers weren’t the only Trophy runner-up some 11 months Clemson, the Tide doesn’t need
surprised ones. Alabama offensive later. But Hurts had done little but them all that often. Certainly not
lineman Jonah Williams was a new- win since claiming the starting job this season, when Alabama was
ly arrived freshman watching from — and Southeastern Conference scarcely challenged until the SEC
Bryant Hall back in Tuscaloosa. offensive player of the year honors championship game against Geor-
“Yeah, it was crazy,” said Wil- — as a freshman. gia.
liams, now a unanimous All-Ameri- Alabama’s offense had produced Alabama jumped ahead of Okla-
can. “Me and all the early enrollees just 94 yards in the first half and homa 28-0 in the first 17 minutes of
were in Bryant watching it on TV trailed Georgia 13-0 when Saban the semifinal game last Saturday,
and we were just freaking out when made the quarterback switch. Ta- winning 45-34.
it happened, because that was such govailoa wound up passing for 166 The Tide philosophy can best be
a momentum swing in the game. yards and three touchdowns, in- described as, Trust in Nick. He has
That’s the type of thing that this cluding the game-winner to DeVon- won six national titles — five at Ala-
game takes. ta Smith in overtime. bama — after all.

MSU
Continued from Page 1B
The Bulldogs came its last two games, includ- After averaging only over her last three games.
just short of extending ing a 104-36 victory over 2.8 points in 9.6 minutes “Jordan’s locked in right
their school record of Louisiana-Lafayette on last year in her first season now,” Mississippi State
six 100-point games this Sunday. With Danberry with Mississippi State, coach Vic Schaefer said.
season. Mississippi State leading the way early, the Danberry has now scored
The Bulldogs have won
entered the game lead- Bulldogs hit 14 of their in double figures in all but
ing the country with an first 18 shots on Thursday two games this season. eight straight from the
average of 92.6 points per before cooling off and hit- She entered the game av- Razorbacks and have won
game and had topped the ting 37 of 75 shots (49.3 eraging 12.1 points and five straight conference
century mark in each of percent) in the win. has now scored 58 points openers.
The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com Friday, January 4, 2019 3B

briefly CALENDAR Basketball
Mississippi St. 93, Arkansas 69
UALR 63, Louisiana-Monroe 44
FAR WEST
Dallas/Seattle/Philadelphia at New Orleans,
3:40 p.m. (FOX)

NBA CS Bakersfield 70, Seattle 60 NFL Injury Report
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EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W L Pct GB
Gonzaga 74, Saint Mary’s (Cal) 62
Idaho 84, E. Washington 68
Idaho St. 69, S. Utah 57
Saturday’s Games
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS at HOUSTON
TEXANS: COLTS: DNP: TE Eric Ebron (not
Eight former football players set for NFL postseason Friday’s Games Toronto
Philadelphia
28 12 .700 —
25 14 .641 2½
Loyola Marymount 69, San Diego 52
N. Arizona 74, Weber St. 64 injury related), WR Ryan Grant (toe), WR T.Y.
STARKVILLE – Eight former Mississippi State Bulldogs are on the Hilton (ankle), DE Tyquan Lewis (knee). LIM-
Columbus at South Panola Boston 22 15 .595 4½ New Mexico St. 76, California Baptist 69
Utah Valley 57, Grand Canyon 46 ITED: WR Daurice Fountain (ankle), S Malik
active rosters of NFL playoff teams, which gets underway this weekend. Brooklyn 18 21 .462 9½
Pickens County at New Hope New York 9 29 .237 18 No. 7 Mississippi State 93,
Hooker (hip), WR Dontrelle Inman (shoulder,
Wild Card Weekend beings Saturday with all four teams in action Southeast Division
finger), WR Zach Pascal (knee), DE Jabaal
featuring former Bulldog standouts on their rosters. Defensive end Den- Northwest Rankin at Starkville W L Pct GB Arkansas 69 Sheard (knee). FULL: S Clayton Geathers
Miami 18 18 .500 — MISSISSIPPI ST. (13-1): Bibby 4-8 2-2 11, (knee), C Ryan Kelly (neck), LB Anthony Walker
ico Autry, a two-year letterwinner with the Bulldogs from 2012-13, kicks Noxubee County at Leake Central Charlotte 18 19 .486 ½ Howard 4-8 0-0 8, McCowan 7-11 2-2 16, Dan- (shoulder), RB Jordan Wilkins (knee, ankle).
off wild card weekend when his Indianapolis Colts travel to Houston to TEXANS: DNP: CB Mike Tyson (knee, ankle).
Aberdeen at Potts Camp Orlando
Washington
17 20 .459 1½
15 23 .395 4
berry 11-21 4-8 26, Holmes 4-6 6-8 14, Carter
1-2 0-0 2, Campbell 0-0 0-0 0, Espinoza-Hunt- LIMITED: WR DeAndre Hopkins (ankle), RB
take on the Texans at 3:35 p.m. on ESPN. The Texans squad features West Lowndes at Okolona Atlanta 11 26 .297 7½ er 2-7 0-0 5, Scott 3-6 0-0 7, Tate 0-0 0-0 0, Gregory Howell (hamstring), DE J.J. Watt (el-
three State alumni in tight end Jordan Thomas, offensive lineman Central Division Taylor 0-2 2-2 2, Wiggins 1-4 0-0 2, Totals 37- bow, knee). FULL: LB Dylan Cole (wrist), WR
Martinas Rankin, and linebacker Benardrick McKinney. McKinney, one Leake Academy at Heritage Academy W L Pct GB 75 16-22 93. Keke Coutee (hamstring), DT Brandon Dunn
Milwaukee 26 10 .722 — ARKANSAS (11-4): Williams 1-1 2-2 4, (ankle), G Zach Fulton (hand), S Andre Hal
of Houston’s leading tacklers, earned the first Pro Bowl selection of his Central Holmes at Oak Hill Academy Indiana 25 12 .676 1½ Dungee 10-23 4-5 25, Mason 1-5 0-0 2, Monk (ankle), CB Johnathan Joseph (neck), G Senio
Detroit 17 19 .472 9 2-10 2-2 6, Tolefree 4-13 1-2 11, Thomas 6-7
career this season. Winston Academy at Starkville Academy Chicago 10 28 .263 17 3-4 15, Doumbia 0-0 0-0 0, Gaulden 3-9 0-0
Kelemete (knee, rib), LB Benardrick McKinney
(heel), S Justin Reid (wrist).
Veteran linebacker K.J. Wright just finished his ninth NFL regular Saturday’s Games Cleveland 8 30 .211 19 6, Northcross-Baker 0-2 0-0 0, Zimmerman 0-2 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS at DALLAS
WESTERN CONFERENCE 0-0 0, Totals 27-72 12-15 69.
season with the Seattle Seahawks. Wright and the Seahawks will travel COWBOYS: SEAHAWKS: DNP: T Duane
Starkville boys at Tangle on the Trail (Pontotoc) Southwest Division Mississippi St. 28 22 23 20 —93 Brown (knee), CB Shaquill Griffin (ankle), RB
to Dallas to face off against quarterback Dak Prescott Saturday at 7:15 W L Pct GB Arkansas 17 16 8 28 —69
Tre Madden (hamstring), S Bradley McDou-
p.m. on FOX. Prescott is coming off his third straight regular season of Noxubee County at Okolona Houston 22 15 .595 — 3-Point Goals—Mississippi St. 3-9 (Bib-
gald (knee), G J.R. Sweezy (foot). LIMITED:
San Antonio 22 17 .564 1 by 1-3, Espinoza-Hunter 1-3, Scott 1-1, Taylor
over 3,000 yards passing with a career high 3,885 yards for 22 touch- Heritage Academy at Indianola Academy Memphis 18 19 .486 4 0-2), Arkansas 3-17 (Dungee 1-4, Mason 0-1, WR Doug Baldwin (knee), RB Chris Carson
Dallas 18 19 .486 4 Monk 0-2, Tolefree 2-8, Northcross-Baker 0-1, (not injury related), RB Mike Davis (foot), G
downs. He added six rushing scores this season with the Cowboys. Winston Academy at Oak Hill Academy New Orleans 17 22 .436 6 Zimmerman 0-1). Assists—Mississippi St. 16 D.J. Fluker (hamstring), S Tedric Thomp-
Wild Card action continues on Sunday as the Philadelphia Eagles
Prep Soccer Northwest Division (Holmes 5), Arkansas 10 (Monk 4). Fouled son (ankle). FULL: DE Dion Jordan (knee).
W L Pct GB Out—None. Rebounds—Mississippi St. 57 COWBOYS: DNP: DE David Irving (ankle), G
and defensive lineman Fletcher Cox take on the Chicago Bears at 3:30 Denver 25 11 .694 — (McCowan 22), Arkansas 31 (Thomas 9). Total Xavier Su’a-Filo (ankle). LIMITED: WR Tavon
p.m. on NBC. Cox continues to be one of the most dominant lineman in Friday’s Matches Oklahoma City 24 13 .649 1½ Fouls—Mississippi St. 15, Arkansas 13. Tech- Austin (groin), DE Tyrone Crawford (neck), LB
Portland 22 16 .579 4 nical Fouls—Arkansas TEAM 1.A—2,263. Sean Lee (hamstring), G Zack Martin (knee), T
the game, earning a Pro Bowl spot for the fourth straight season. Cox Columbus at Tupelo, 5 p.m. Utah 18 20 .474 8 Tyron Smith (neck), S Darian Thompson (groin).
complied 46 tackles and a career-high 10.5 sacks this season. Saturday’s Matches Minnesota 17 21 .447 9 Missouri 78, Ole Miss 55 Sunday’s Games
Pacific Division MISSISSIPPI (6-9): Crawford 0-4 2-2 2,
Chris Jones’ Kansas City Chiefs secured a bye and will host an LOS ANGELES CHARGERS at
opponent next Saturday. Jones turned in a record-breaking season, Northeast Lauderdale at New Hope, Noon
Golden State
W L Pct GB
25 14 .641 —
Matthews 2-3 0-0 4, Muhate 0-1 0-0 0, Allen
9-24 4-5 25, Smith 3-7 0-0 6, Dunlap 2-6 0-0 4,
BALTIMORE RAVENS: CHARGERS: DNP:
LB Jatavis Brown (ankle), DT Brandon Mebane
setting an NFL record by recording a sack in 11 consecutive contests. Lamar School at Heritage Academy, 1 p.m. L.A. Clippers
L.A. Lakers
21 16 .568
21 17 .553 3½
3 Kitchens 0-0 0-0 0, Salter 1-6 0-0 2, Dozier 0-0
0-0 0, Reid 1-6 2-2 5, Sessom 3-7 0-0 7, Totals (not injury related). LIMITED: RB Austin Ekeler
Jones closed the regular season with 15.5 total sacks, which ranked as
the third most in the NFL behind only Aaron Donald (20.5) and J.J. Watt
Men’s College Basketball Sacramento
Phoenix
19 19 .500 5½
9 30 .231 16
21-64 8-9 55.
MISSOURI (12-3): Schuchts 1-2 0-0 2,
(groin). FULL: S Jahleel Addae (shoulder), G
Dan Feeney (knee), RB Melvin Gordon (ankle),
T Sam Tevi (groin). RAVENS: DNP: G Marshal
(16.0). Jones added 40 total tackles, five pass breakups, two forced Saturday’s Games Thursday’s Games
Aldridge 0-3 0-0 0, Cunningham 4-4 3-4 14,
Roundtree 3-6 2-2 10, Smith 8-10 0-2 18, Berg Yanda (not injury related), CB Tavon Young
fumbles and one interception, which he returned for a touchdown. Kentucky at Alabama, Noon San Antonio 125, Toronto 107
Denver 117, Sacramento 113
3-3 0-0 6, Porter 2-2 0-0 4, Tahane 2-3 5-6 9, (groin). FULL: G Alex Lewis (shoulder), WR
Chris Moore (shoulder).
Brown 0-0 0-0 0, Chavis 1-1 1-2 4, Green 0-0
In addition, one former Bulldog, safety J.T. Gray, is on the practice Southern Mississippi at North Texas, 5 p.m. Houston 135, Golden State 134, OT 0-2 0, Levy 1-2 4-4 6, Troup 2-4 0-0 5, Winfrey PHILADELPHIA EAGLES at CHICAGO
Today’s Games 0-1 0-0 0, Totals 27-41 15-22 78. BEARS: EAGLES: DNP: LB D.J. Alexander
squad of the New Orleans Saints, which also earned a first-round bye. Ole Miss at Vanderbilt, 7:30 p.m. Utah at Cleveland, 6:30 p.m. Mississippi 15 6 11 23 —55 (hamstring), DE Michael Bennett (foot), CB

Women’s College Basketball
Brooklyn at Memphis, 7 p.m. Missouri 19 21 20 18 —78 Sidney Jones (hamstring), QB Carson Wentz

Alabama
Dallas at Boston, 7 p.m. 3-Point Goals—Mississippi 5-21 (Allen (back). LIMITED: DT Fletcher Cox (knee), QB
Indiana at Chicago, 7 p.m. 3-12, Salter 0-2, Reid 1-3, Sessom 1-4), Mis- Nick Foles (ribs), C Jason Kelce (knee), T Jason
Saturday’s Game Orlando at Minnesota, 7 p.m. souri 9-15 (Aldridge 0-2, Cunningham 3-3, Peters (quadricep), G Isaac Seumalo (chest),
Gymnastics opens season with quad home meet North Texas at Southern Mississippi, 4 p.m.
Washington at Miami, 7 p.m.
Atlanta at Milwaukee, 7:30 p.m.
Roundtree 2-4, Smith 2-2, Chavis 1-1, Troup
1-2, Winfrey 0-1). Assists—Mississippi 5 (Allen WR Mike Wallace (ankle). BEARS: DNP: S Ed-
die Jackson (ankle), LB Aaron Lynch (elbow).
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The No. 6-ranked Alabama gymnastics Sunday’s Games L.A. Clippers at Phoenix, 8 p.m. 2), Missouri 21 (Cunningham 5). Fouled Out—
FULL: WR Taylor Gabriel (ribs), G Kyle Long
New York at L.A. Lakers, 9:30 p.m. Mississippi Matthews, Rebounds—Mississippi
team is wasting little time leaping into 2019, opening its season at home Oklahoma City at Portland, 9:30 p.m. 28 (Smith 7), Missouri 33 (Schuchts 8). Total (ankle), WR Anthony Miller (shoulder), WR Al-
on Friday with a quad meet that features Southeast Missouri State, Alabama at South Carolina, 11 a.m. Saturday’s Games Fouls—Mississippi 23, Missouri 16. Technical len Robinson (ribs).
Northern Illinois and Temple. Arkansas at Ole Miss, 2 p.m. Charlotte at Denver, 4 p.m.
Utah at Detroit, 6 p.m.
Fouls—None.A—4,083.
College Bowl Schedule
“It’s really exciting to start the season at home,” UA head coach Kentucky at Mississippi State, 4 p.m. Dallas at Philadelphia, 6:30 p.m. Alabama 74, Florida 67 Monday’s Game
New Orleans at Cleveland, 7 p.m. FLORIDA (4-10): Moore 1-5 0-0 2, Robinson College Football Championship
Dana Duckworth said. “It’s so awesome to be at home in front of our Memphis at San Antonio, 7:30 p.m. 1-3 2-2 4, Nakkasoglu 6-14 2-2 18, Smith 2-4 At Santa Clara, California
amazing fans on opening weekend.”
on the air
Toronto at Milwaukee, 7:30 p.m. 0-0 5, Washington 3-11 0-2 8, Williams 4-9 3-6 Alabama (14-0) vs. Clemson (14-0), 7 p.m.
Golden State at Sacramento, 9 p.m. 11, de Oliveira 1-3 2-2 5, Johnson 2-9 0-0 6,
The meet will get underway at 7:30 p.m. in Coleman Coliseum and Houston at Portland, 9 p.m. Rainey 2-4 2-2 8, Staples 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 22-
(ESPN)
fans are encouraged to be in their seats by 7:15 p.m. for introductions. Sunday’s Games 62 11-16 67. Football Championship
Tickets are available online at RollTide.com as well as through the Today Brooklyn at Chicago, 2:30 p.m.
L.A. Lakers at Minnesota, 2:30 p.m.
ALABAMA (9-5): Copeland 3-3 1-1 7, Walker
7-12 4-4 23, Abrams 2-6 0-0 4, Johnson 5-10 Subdivision Playoffs
Alabama Ticket Office (205.348.2262) located in the lobby of Coleman COLLEGE BASKETBALL Orlando at L.A. Clippers, 2:30 p.m. 6-7 19, Wade 6-18 2-4 14, Craig Cruce 1-4 4-6 Championship
Miami at Atlanta, 5 p.m. 7, Knight 0-0 0-0 0, Barber 0-0 0-0 0, Berry 0-1
Coliseum. 6 p.m. — Ball State at Toledo, CBS Sports Washington at Oklahoma City, 6 p.m. 0-0 0, Totals 24-54 17-22 74.
Saturday’s Game
At Toyota Stadium, Frisco, Texas
This season marks the first time since 2015 that Alabama has start- Indiana at Toronto, 6:30 p.m. Florida 25 12 12 18 —67
ed the season with a home meet and the first time that Alabama has Network Charlotte at Phoenix, 7 p.m. Alabama 8 22 21 23 —74 North Dakota State (14-0) vs. Eastern
Washington (12-2), 11 a.m.
hosted a quad meet since February 27, 1998 when the Tide welcomed 6 p.m. — SMU at Tulane, ESPN2 Thursday’s Men’s 3-Point Goals—Florida 12-33 (Moore
0-3, Robinson 0-1, Nakkasoglu 4-9, Smith
Arizona State, UMass and N.C. State. 6 p.m. — IUPUI at Illinois, ESPNU College Scores
EAST
1-1, Washington 2-4, de Oliveira 1-3, Johnson
2-8, Rainey 2-4), Alabama 9-18 (Walker 5-6, Hockey
n Women’s basketball beats Florida: At Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 8 p.m. — Buffalo at Eastern Michigan, CBS Bryant 76, St. Francis Brooklyn 66 Johnson 3-5, Wade 0-3, Craig Cruce 1-3, Berry
NHL
0-1). Assists—Florida 12 (Washington 6), Ala-
after trailing by 20 points in the second quarter, the Alabama women’s Canisius 75, Marist 72 EASTERN CONFERENCE
Sports Network Coll. of Charleston 67, Towson 55 bama 12 (Johnson 5). Fouled Out—Alabama
basketball team completed the comeback and secured its first South- Delaware 58, William & Mary 56 Copeland. Rebounds—Florida 40 (Washington Atlantic Division
eastern Conference win of the season, 74-67, over Florida on Thursday WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL Drexel 79, Elon 65 8), Alabama 35 (Wade 10). Total Fouls—Flor- GP W L OT Pts GF GA
George Mason 85, Saint Joseph’s 60 ida 20, Alabama 15. Technical Fouls—Florida Tampa Bay 41 32 7 2 66 174 119
night inside Coleman Coliseum. 7 p.m. — DePaul at Marquette, FS1 Holy Cross 80, Loyola (Md.) 73 TEAM 2,A—2,514. Toronto 40 26 12 2 54 147 113
“We just had a tremendous effort,” said head coach Kristy Curry. Boston 41 23 14 4 50 120 109
COLLEGE GYMNASTICS Iona 103, Monmouth (NJ) 84
Navy 72, Colgate 66 Georgia 63, LSU 50 Buffalo 41 22 13 6 50 119 118
“We always talk about playing every possession of every single day, 8 p.m. — Women, Nebraska at UCLA, ESPN2 Quinnipiac 63, Manhattan 59 LSU (9-4): Mitchell 4-11 2-4 10, Aifuwa Montreal 41 22 14 5 49 130 128
4-10 1-2 9, Norton 1-2 0-0 2, Pointer 3-7 1-1
and our kids really played each possession. We stuck with the game Rider 83, Fairfield 82 Florida 39 17 16 6 40 127 138
plan and chipped away. It was just a great effort and I’m really proud COLLEGE HOCKEY Robert Morris 69, Fairleigh Dickinson 62 7, Richard-Harris 0-2 0-0 0, Farley 0-0 0-0 0,
Brooks 5-11 0-0 12, Seay 4-8 0-0 8, Spencer Detroit 42 15 20 7 37 118 145
Sacred Heart 79, LIU Brooklyn 75 Ottawa 41 15 21 5 35 129 163
and happy for our team. We’ve had a tough few days and for them to 6 p.m. — Men, Ohio State at Michigan State, Big St. Francis (Pa.) 80, Mount St. Mary’s 69 1-2 0-0 2, Totals 22-53 4-7 50.
GEORGIA (10-4): Paul 3-7 2-2 8, Robin- Metropolitan Division
St. Peter’s 65, Siena 60
respond the way they did and to stick with it showed a lot of character.” Ten Network Wagner 80, CCSU 58 son 6-11 3-3 16, Cole 4-12 0-0 9, Connally 5-10 GP W L OT Pts GF GA
0-0 13, Johnson 0-0 0-0 0, Staiti 5-7 2-4 13, Washington 39 24 12 3 51 140 117
The Crimson Tide (9-5, 1-0 SEC) were down 29-9 with 6:50 left 8 p.m. — Men, Penn State at Minnesota, ESPNU SOUTH
Caldwell 2-4 0-0 4, Hubbard 0-0 0-0 0, Morri- Pittsburgh 40 22 12 6 50 140 117
Arkansas St. 94, Louisiana-Lafayette 83
in the second quarter before rallying back and using timely runs paired son 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 25-51 7-9 63. Columbus 39 23 13 3 49 129 119
GOLF Austin Peay 93, E. Kentucky 75
LSU 12 14 13 11 —50 N.Y. Islanders 39 22 13 4 48 117 104
with lockdown defense to top the Gators (4-10, 0-1 SEC). Chattanooga 73, W. Carolina 62
Georgia 23 13 10 17 —63
Individually, Alabama was led by sophomore Jasmine Walker who 5 p.m. — PGA Tour, Sentry Tournament of Coastal Carolina 88, Troy 75
3-Point Goals—LSU 2-14 (Mitchell
N.Y. Rangers 39 17 15 7 41 113 130
Carolina 39 17 17 5 39 99 112
ETSU 81, Samford 72, OT
scored 23 points, just one-point shy of her career high. Walker provided Champions, second round, Maui, Hawaii, GLF FIU 83, Middle Tennessee 76 0-2, Pointer 0-2, Richard-Harris 0-1, Brooks
2-6, Seay 0-2, Spencer 0-1), Georgia 6-10
New Jersey 39 15 17 7 37 117 132
Furman 71, Mercer 58 Philadelphia 40 15 20 5 35 114 145
a surge going a career-best 5-of-6 from beyond the arc to go with six HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL Jacksonville St. 83, Belmont 73 (Robinson 1-3, Cole 1-2, Connally 3-4, Staiti
WESTERN CONFERENCE
1-1). Assists—LSU 13 (Pointer 4), Georgia 19
rebounds, while junior Cierra Johnson notched two buzzer-beaters with 10:30 p.m. — Mayfair at Sierra Canyon, ESPNU Lincoln (PA) 77, Morgan St. 75
(Cole 9). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—LSU Central Division
Louisiana-Monroe 97, UALR 84 GP W L OT Pts GF GA
19 points, five rebounds and five assists. Senior Shaquera Wade also Marshall 70, Old Dominion 67 26 (Mitchell 10), Georgia 33 (Staiti 9). Total
earned her fourth career double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds. NBA Murray St. 90, Morehead St. 69 Fouls—LSU 11, Georgia 15. Technical Fouls— Winnipeg 39 25 12 2 52 134 111
None.A—2,506. Nashville 41 24 15 2 50 124 104
7 p.m. — Dallas at Boston, NBA TV NC State 87, Miami 82
Dallas 41 21 16 4 46 113 110
South Alabama 79, Appalachian St. 73 No. 16 Kentucky 77,
Ole Miss 7 p.m. — Brooklyn at Memphis, Fox Sports
Southeast
Stetson 72, Edward Waters 65
UAB 67, FAU 50
UNC-Wilmington 86, James Madison 83, 2OT
Vanderbilt 55
VANDERBILT (5-9): Fasoula 5-9 2-4 12,
Colorado
Minnesota
Chicago
41 19 14 8 46 138 128
39 19 17 3 41 114 111
43 15 21 7 37 123 156
Women’s basketball drops league opener at Missouri 9:30 p.m. — Oklahoma City at Portland, NBA TV
W. Kentucky 68, Charlotte 50
Wofford 112, The Citadel 81
Newby 1-3 4-7 6, Carter 6-8 0-0 12, Clem-
ons-Green 0-1 0-0 0, Walker 6-10 4-4 17, Hor-
St. Louis 38 16 18 4 36 107 125
Pacific Division
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Ole Miss women’s basketball did its best to
Saturday
MIDWEST rocks 0-2 0-0 0, Cambridge 2-2 2-2 6, Gordon GP W L OT Pts GF GA
slow down a high-powered Missouri team and received another high Detroit 79, Wright St. 58 0-0 0-0 0, Hall 0-1 2-2 2, Totals 20-36 14-19 55. Calgary 42 25 13 4 54 150 121
E. Illinois 92, UT Martin 87, OT KENTUCKY (14-1): McKinney 4-7 0-0 9, Vegas 43 24 15 4 52 130 115
scoring output from senior Crystal Allen, but the Tigers were lights-out BOBSLEDDING/SKELETON Green Bay 99, Youngstown St. 93, OT Wyatt 2-2 0-0 4, Howard 5-12 4-5 16, Morris San Jose 42 22 13 7 51 145 133
from the field and prevailed, 78-55, to open SEC play at Mizzou Arena Indiana 73, Illinois 65 5-10 0-0 14, Murray 3-10 1-1 7, Anyagaligbo
7 p.m. — IBSF World Cup, women’s bobsled, Michigan 68, Penn St. 55 3-4 0-0 6, Halsel 0-0 0-0 0, Green 4-5 1-1 9,
Anaheim 41 19 15 7 45 102 120
on Thursday night. Milwaukee 83, Cleveland St. 76 Paschal 2-4 0-0 4, Roach 0-1 0-0 0, Roper 2-6 Vancouver 44 20 20 4 44 128 138
The Rebels (6-9, 0-1 SEC) started a brand-new lineup that includ- Germany, NBC Sports Network Oakland 76, N. Kentucky 74 3-4 8, Totals 30-61 9-11 77. Edmonton 40 19 18 3 41 114 127
Purdue 86, Iowa 70 Vanderbilt 15 9 14 17 —55 Arizona 40 17 21 2 36 101 115
ed three freshmen in order to facilitate a defensive look designed to COLLEGE BASKETBALL Purdue Fort Wayne 104, S. Dakota St. 88 Kentucky 21 19 25 12 —77 Los Angeles 42 16 23 3 35 94 127
slow down All-American Sophie Cunningham (14 points, five rebounds, 11 a.m. — Central Florida at Connecticut, SOUTHWEST
Georgia St. 63, Texas-Arlington 58
3-Point Goals—Vanderbilt 1-6 (Walker
1-5, Hall 0-1), Kentucky 8-25 (McKinney 1-2, NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for
five assists), but the Tigers (12-3, 1-0 SEC) shot 65.9 percent on the 41 ESPNEWS North Texas 63, Louisiana Tech 59 Howard 2-9, Morris 4-7, Murray 0-3, Roper 1-4). overtime loss. Top three teams in each division
hard-fought looks they received. Oral Roberts 83, North Dakota 72 Assists—Vanderbilt 9 (Carter 5), Kentucky 18 and two wild cards per conference advance to
11 a.m. — Michigan State at Ohio State, WLOV Rice 73, Southern Miss. 65 (Howard 7). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds— playoffs.
“I understand that in order to win games in the SEC we have to be Texas State 73, Georgia Southern 70 Vanderbilt 26 (Fasoula 6), Kentucky 23 (Murray
tough,” said Ole Miss head coach Yolett McPhee-McCuin. “As far as the 11 a.m. — Creighton at Butler, FS1 UTSA 75, UTEP 60 5). Total Fouls—Vanderbilt 14, Kentucky 19. Thursday’s Games
FAR WEST Technical Fouls—None.A—4,030.
overall game I thought we did some stuff well, but obviously we need to Noon — St. John’s at Georgetown, WCBI Grand Canyon 71, Utah Valley 60
\Minnesota 4, Toronto 3
do some stuff better.” Montana 87, Sacramento St. 56 No. 17 Tennessee 78, Carolina 5, Philadelphia 3
Noon — Cincinnati at East Carolina, CBS Sports Buffalo 4, Florida 3
The strategy had some early moments, as the Rebels only trailed
Utah 96, Arizona St. 86 Auburn 69 Boston 6, Calgary 4
Network Weber St. 77, N. Arizona 52 TENNESSEE (12-1): Green 4-7 0-0 8, N.Y. Islanders 3, Chicago 2, OT
by four at the end of the first quarter (19-15) and had held Cunningham Rice 73, Jackson 8-13 6-6 27, Davis 8-11 6-7 23, Green
without a field goal throughout the first 12:26 of play (and only four field Noon — Kentucky at Alabama, ESPN 4-7 2-2 10, Westbrook 2-7 2-3 7, Collins 0-0 0-0 Montreal 2, Vancouver 0

Noon — La Salle at UMass, NBC Sports Network Southern Mississippi 65 0, Kushkituah 0-0 0-3 0, Burrell 0-0 0-0 0, Mas- St. Louis 5, Washington 2
goal attempts by game’s end altogether), but the Columbia native nailed SOUTHERN MISS. (8-6): Harper-Baker sengill 1-5 1-2 3, Totals 27-50 17-23 78. Tampa Bay 6, Los Angeles 2
4-9 0-0 8, Jacdonmi 0-1 0-0 0, Edwards 3-12 AUBURN (12-2): Howard 4-8 0-0 11, Today’s Games
back-to-back threes to spark a 21-6 second quarter by the Tigers. 1 p.m. — Maryland at Rutgers, Big Ten Network 1-2 8, Holland 2-5 0-0 5, Griffin 7-15 0-1 17, Thompson 8-15 3-4 19, Alexander 4-17 3-4 13, Winnipeg at Pittsburgh, 6 p.m.
Two more Tigers were in double-digits tonight alongside Cunningham: 1 p.m. — Kansas State at Texas Tech, ESPNU Rowe 4-5 2-2 10, Stevenson 0-2 0-0 0, Hamp- McKay 2-11 5-6 10, Primm 6-10 4-6 16, Jack- Nashville at Detroit, 6:30 p.m.
Amber Smith (18 points, 8-of-10 FG) and Jordan Roundtree (10 points). ton 1-1 0-0 2, Draine 4-9 2-2 12, Watson 1-5 0-0 son 0-1 0-0 0, Benton 0-3 0-0 0, Moore 0-4 0-0 Columbus at Carolina, 6:30 p.m.
1 p.m. — Villanova at Providence, WLOV 3. Totals 26-64 5-7 65. 0, Sanders 0-1 0-0 0, Totals 24-70 15-20 69. Washington at Dallas, 7 p.m.
RICE (6-9): Millora-Brown 0-1 0-0 0, Wil- Tennessee 17 18 23 20 —78 New Jersey at Arizona, 8 p.m.
2 p.m. — Florida State at Virginia, ESPN2 liams 5-11 0-0 12, Mullins 3-11 6-8 12, Adams Auburn 18 17 15 19 —69 N.Y. Rangers at Colorado, 8 p.m.
5-11 2-2 16, Peterson 2-7 3-4 8, Martin 1-4 4-4 3-Point Goals—Tennessee 7-15 (Jack-
2:30 p.m. — Georgia at Tennessee, SEC Net-
Southern Mississippi
Vegas at Anaheim, 9 p.m.
7, Parrish 1-3 0-0 2, Moore 2-2 0-0 4, Murphy son 5-8, Davis 1-1, Green 0-2, Westbrook
4-7 2-2 12. Totals 23-57 17-20 73. 1-3, Massengill 0-1), Auburn 6-22 (Howard Saturday’s Games
work Halftime—Southern Miss. 42-33. 3-Point 3-7, Alexander 2-8, McKay 1-3, Benton 0-1, Calgary at Philadelphia, Noon
Men’s basketball falls to Rice in Conference USA opener 3 p.m. — Baylor at TCU, ESPNU Goals—Southern Miss. 8-19 (Griffin 3-6,
Draine 2-5, Edwards 1-2, Holland 1-2, Watson
Moore 0-3). Assists—Tennessee 18 (Green 7),
Auburn 10 (Alexander 3). Fouled Out—None.
Minnesota at Ottawa, Noon
Columbus at Florida, 6 p.m.
HOUSTON — Ako Adams and Jack Williams combined for 22 of
4 p.m. — Kansas at Iowa State, ESPN2 1-3, Harper-Baker 0-1), Rice 10-30 (Adams Rebounds—Tennessee 43 (Davis 14), Auburn Vancouver at Toronto, 6 p.m.
their 28 points in the second half and Rice rallied to defeat Southern 4-10, Williams 2-5, Murphy 2-5, Martin 1-3, 29 (Thompson 12). Total Fouls—Tennessee 18, Nashville at Montreal, 6 p.m.
Mississippi 73-65 on Thursday. 5 p.m. — South Florida at Tulsa, ESPNU Peterson 1-4, Parrish 0-1, Mullins 0-2). Fouled Auburn 18. Technical Fouls—None.A—2,204. Buffalo at Boston, 6 p.m.
Out—Draine. Rebounds—Southern Miss. 30
Williams, who also had 10 rebounds, scored all 12 of his points 5 p.m. — Duquesne at Davidson, NBC Sports (Edwards, Harper-Baker 10), Rice 39 (Williams No. 23 South Carolina 60, N.Y. Islanders at St. Louis, 7 p.m.
Edmonton at Los Angeles, 9 p.m.
after halftime to help the Owls (6-9, 1-1 Conference USA) erase a 42-33 Network
10). Assists—Southern Miss. 14 (Griffin 9),
Rice 14 (Martin 4). Total Fouls—Southern Miss.
No. 21 Texas A&M 57 Tampa Bay at San Jose, 10 p.m.
SOUTH CAROLINA (9-4): Herbert Har- Sunday’s Games
deficit. Adams, who had four 3-pointers, had 10 after the break. Chris 5 p.m. — Arkansas at Texas A&M, SEC Network 14, Rice 7. A—1,108 (5,750). rigan 5-10 1-1 11, Jennings 3-7 0-0 6, Cooper Carolina at Ottawa, Noon
Mullins and Trey Murphy III also had 12 points.
6 p.m. — South Carolina at Florida, ESPN2 Southeastern 7-18 9-11 24, Harris 2-8 0-0 4, Henderson 2-10
0-0 5, Grissett 0-0 0-0 0, Jackson 0-2 0-0 0,
N.Y. Rangers at Arizona, 3 p.m.
New Jersey at Vegas, 3 p.m.
Tyree Griffin led the Golden Eagles (5-10, 0-2) with 17 points, 15 in Conference Men Saxton 0-1 0-0 0, Williams 2-2 0-0 4, Cliney 0-1 Washington at Detroit, 4 p.m.
the first half, and LaDavius Draine added 12. 7 p.m. — Clemson at Duke, ESPN Conf. Pct. Overall Pct. 0-0 0, Cuevas-Moore 3-8 0-0 6, Perry 0-0 0-0 Dallas at Winnipeg, 4 p.m.
Miss. State 0-0 .000 12-1 .923 0, Totals 24-67 10-12 60.
Tim Rowe, who finished with 10 points, opened the second half 7 p.m. — Nevada at New Mexico, ESPNU Tennessee 0-0 .000 11-1 .917 TEXAS A&M (11-3): Jones 3-12 1-2 7, Edmonton at Anaheim, 7 p.m.
Chicago at Pittsburgh, 7 p.m.
with a jumper that put Southern Miss up 44-33. After Mullins answered 7:30 p.m. — Ole Miss at Vanderbilt, SEC Net- Auburn 0-0 .000 11-2 .846 Johnson 5-10 3-4 13, Carter 3-19 12-15 19,
Washington 2-6 1-1 5, Wells 4-17 4-5 13, Martin
for the Owls, Drew Peterson and Adams knocked down 3-pointers
to cut the deficit to three. Rowe scored again but then Rice ran off 11
work
Kentucky
Ole Miss
LSU
0-0 .000 10-2
0-0 .000 10-2
0-0 .000 10-3
.833
.833
.769
0-0 0-0 0, Rael-Whitsitt 0-0 0-0 0, Jackson 0-1
0-0 0, Totals 17-65 21-27 57.
Transactions
straight, capped by a Williams 3, for a 52-46 lead. 8 p.m. — West Virginia at Texas, ESPN2 Alabama 0-0 .000 9-3 .750 South Carolina 8 20 21 11 —60
Texas A&M 15 22 11 9 —57 Thursday’s Moves
Arkansas 0-0 .000 9-3 .750
n Women’s basketball falls at home: At Hattiesburg, Southern 9 p.m. — San Diego State at Boise State, CBS Missouri 0-0 .000 9-3 .750 3-Point Goals—South Carolina 2-18 BASEBALL
Vanderbilt 0-0 .000 9-3 .750 (Cooper 1-5, Harris 0-4, Henderson 1-5, Jack- American League
Miss fell in its first game in Conference USA play, 58-47 to Rice on Sports Network Georgia 0-0 .000 8-4 .667 son 0-1, Cliney 0-1, Cuevas-Moore 0-2), Texas BOSTON RED SOX — Signed Cs Juan
Thursday night in Reed Green Coliseum. 9 p.m. — Wyoming at UNLV, ESPNU Florida 0-0 .000 8-4 .667 A&M 2-11 (Carter 1-5, Washington 0-2, Wells Centeno and Óscar Hernández; OF Gorkys
Texas A&M 0-0 .000 6-5 .545 1-4). Assists—South Carolina 11 (Cooper 6), Hernández; INF Tony Renda; and RHPs Zach
Camille Anderson led the way for the Lady Eagles, now 8-6 and Texas A&M 7 (Carter 4). Fouled Out—South
0-1 in Conference USA, scoring 11 points on the night with two assists 10 p.m. — BYU at St. Mary’s, ESPN2 S. Carolina 0-0 .000 5-7 .417
Carolina Herbert Harrigan, Rebounds—South
Putnam, Erasmo Ramírez, Carson Smith, Josh
Smith, Domingo Tapia and Ryan Weber to mi-
and four rebounds. A fast start by Rice produced only six points in the WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL Thursday’s Games Carolina 49 (Herbert Harrigan 16), Texas
A&M 45 (Johnson 17). Total Fouls—South
nor-league contracts.
No games scheduled CLEVELAND INDIANS — Signed RHP Justin
first quarter for the Lady Eagles, but got back on track with 20 in the 10 a.m. — Fordham at George Washington, CBS Today’s Games Carolina 22, Texas A&M 17. Technical Fouls—
Grimm to a minor-league contract.
No games scheduled None.A—4,010.
second. Sports Network Saturday’s Games
KANSAS CITY ROYALS — Named Chris
It seemed the veterans of the team couldn’t find their shot or get Kentucky at Alabama, Noon (ESPN) SEC Women DeLucia major league tissue therapist/second
2 p.m. — South Florida at Temple, CBS Sports Georgia at Tennessee, 2:30 p.m. (SEC Network) Conf. Pct. Overall Pct. assistant athletic trainer and Dave Iannicca
into the rhythm. In the first quarter, Megan Brown had five rebounds, Arkansas at Texas A&M, 5 p.m. (SEC Network) Kentucky 1-0 .000 14-1 .933 minor league medical coordinator.
finishing the half with six. Despite her effort on the boards, she couldn’t Network South Carolina at Florida, 6 p.m. (ESPN2) Miss. State 1-0 .000 13-1 .929 MINNESOTA TWINS — Designated RHP Aar-
get a shot to drop, and finished the night 0-6 from the field. It was an off 3 p.m. — Ohio State at Maryland, Big Ten Network Ole Miss at Vanderbilt, 7:30 p.m. (SEC Network)
Sunday’s Games
Tennessee
Missouri
1-0 .000 12-1
1-0 .000 12-3
.923
.800
on Slegers for assignment.
National League
night for veteran Shonte Hailes as well, who finished 1-for-7. 4 p.m. — Central Florida at Memphis, CBS No games scheduled Georgia 1-0 .000 10-4 .714 PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES — Agreed to terms
Despite things not going right for her returners, head coach Joye Sports Network Thursday’s Women’s S. Carolina
Alabama
1-0 .000 9-4
1-0 .000 9-5
.692
.643
with RHP David Robertson on a two-year con-
tract.
Lee-McNelis praised her team for accomplishing the three goals they College Scores Auburn 0-1 .000 12-2 .857
had set for the matchup against Rice. 5 p.m. — Michigan at Purdue, Big Ten Network EAST Texas A&M 0-1 .000 11-3 .786
FOOTBALL
National Football League
The newcomers of the team made their mark on the game with Ca- COLLEGE FOOTBALL Boston U. 63, Army 51 Arkansas
LSU
0-1 .000 11-4
0-1 .000 9-4
.733
.692
DETROIT LIONS — Signed P Ryan Santoso
Bucknell 71, American U. 56 and RB Kerwynn Williams to reserve/future
mille Anderson and Kelsey Jones. “On the individual Camille Anderson 11 a.m. — NCAA FCS Title Game: North Dakota Canisius 47, Manhattan 44 Ole Miss 0-1 .000 6-9 .400 contracts.
Colgate 70, Holy Cross 67 Vanderbilt 0-1 .000 5-9 .357
played very well for us tonight, I think we saw some spots with Kelsey State vs. Eastern Washington, ESPN2 Georgia Tech 81, Boston College 76 Florida 0-1 .000 4-10 .286
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS — Signed CB Jalen
Collins to the practice squad. Released DE An-
Jones. Two newcomers that stepped up and made some big plays for Lehigh 70, Lafayette 43
COLLEGE HOCKEY Marist 87, Niagara 58 Thursday’s Games
thony Winbush from the practice squad.
us. Allie Kennedy had some great shots in the first half, and Daishai Navy 58, Loyola (Md.) 46 Canadian Football League
Almond played well for us. 2:30 p.m. — Michigan at Notre Dame, NBC Penn St. 71, Wisconsin 64
Alabama 74, Florida 67
Georgia 63, LSU 50 EDMONTON ESKIMOS — Released DB Mercy
Maston.
Sports Network Quinnipiac 81, Fairfield 36
SOUTH
Kentucky 77, Vanderbilt 55
HAMILTON TIGER-CATS — Announced
Mississippi State 93, Arkansas 69
7 p.m. — Ohio State at Michigan State, Big Ten Alabama 74, Florida 67 general manager Eric Tillman will not return.
Junior Colleges
Missouri 78, Ole Miss 55
Appalachian St. 71, South Alabama 63 South Carolina 60, Texas A&M 57 Promoted Drew Allemang and Shawn Burke to
Network Austin Peay 99, E. Kentucky 65 Tennessee 78, Auburn 69 senior director of personnel and co-manager of
Belmont 66, Jacksonville St. 52
ICC basketball sets Fan Appreciation Day for Saturday GOLF Florida St. 63, Virginia 61
Georgia 63, LSU 50
Today’s Games
No games scheduled
football operations. Named Jim Barker football
operations consultant.
FULTON — Itawamba Community College is offering free admis- 3 p.m. — PGA Tour, Sentry Tournament of Cham- Georgia St. 50, Texas-Arlington 48 Saturday’s Games HOCKEY
No games scheduled National Hockey League
sion to Saturday’s basketball games against Gadsden State (Alabama) pions, third round, Maui, Hawaii, WTVA Kentucky 77, Vanderbilt 55
Sunday’s Games ARIZONA COYOTES — Recalled C Laurent
Louisville 73, North Carolina 66
Community College as part of their Fan Appreciation Day. Alabama at South Carolina, 11 a.m. (ESPNU) Dauphin from Tucson (AHL).
The Lady Indians (7-2, 1-0 MACJC North) will tip things off at 2 5 p.m. — PGA Tour, Sentry Tournament of Cham- Marshall 57, Old Dominion 48
Miami 68, Virginia Tech 61 Auburn at Florida, Noon (SEC Network) DALLAS STARS — Reassigned RW Denis
p.m. and the Indians (4-5, 0-1 MACJC North) will follow at 4 p.m. in the pions, third round, Maui, Hawaii, GLF Middle Tennessee 49, FIU 43 Missouri at Tennessee, 1 p.m. (ESPN2)
Arkansas at Ole Miss, 2 p.m. (SEC Network)
Gurianov Texas (AHL).
DETROIT RED WINGS — Assigned C Wade
Morehead St. 83, Murray St. 61
Davis Event Center. HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL N. Kentucky 55, Milwaukee 54 Georgia at Vanderbilt, 2 p.m. Megan to Grand Rapids (AHL).
NC State 63, Duke 51 Texas A&M at LSU, 2 p.m. NEW JERSEY DEVILS — Agreed to terms
In other ICC basktball news, the women’s and men’s basketball Noon — High School Football All-Star Game: North Texas 65, Louisiana Tech 54 Kentucky at Mississippi State, 4 p.m. with coach John Hynes on a multiyear contract
games against Baton Rouge (Louisiana.) Community College sched- Rice 58, Southern Miss. 47 (SEC Network)
Army All-American Bowl, WTVA Syracuse 84, Clemson 75
extension.
uled for Tuesday will now be played at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. at the Davis American Hockey League
Event Center in Fulton. NBA Tennessee 78, Auburn 69
Tennessee Tech 69, Tennessee St. 59 Football AHL — Suspended Wilkes-Barre/Scranton F
Garrett Wilson two games for an illegal check
n EMCC basketball splits with Meridian: At Meridian, the East 7:30 p.m. — Toronto at Milwaukee, NBA TV Texas State 64, Georgia Southern 52
Troy 82, Coastal Carolina 81 NFL Playoffs during Dec. 31 game at Binghamton.
Mississipp Community College basketball teams opened 2019 with a SOCCER
7:30 p.m. — Memphis at San Antonio, Fox UAB 89, FAU 64 Wild-card Playoffs
Major League Soccer
W. Kentucky 76, Charlotte 58 Saturday, Jan. 5
road doubleheader split at Meridian Community College. Sports Southeast Wofford 110, Southern Wesleyan 47 Indianapolis at Houston, 3:35 p.m. (ESPN) INTER MIAMI — Named Kurt Schmid technical
The EMCC men improved to 7-4 with an 80-68 victory. Dewayne MIDWEST Seattle at Dallas, 7:15 p.m. (FOX) director.
Cox had 22 points, while Robert Davis, Jr. had four treys and 21 points. NHL E. Illinois 77, UT Martin 71 Sunday, Jan. 6 TORONTO FC — Named Ali Curtis general
IUPUI 75, Cleveland St. 50 L.A. Chargers at Baltimore, 12:05 p.m. (CBS) manager.
Terryonte Thomas added 14 points, while Darrious Agnew had 10 Noon — Calgary at Philadelphia, NHL Network Iowa 77, Nebraska 71 Philadelphia at Chicago, 3:40 p.m. (NBC) COLLEGE
Missouri 78, Mississippi 55
points. RUGBY Northwestern 70, Michigan St. 62 Divisional Playoffs
CHATTANOOGA — Named Jacob Huesman
tight ends coach, Joe Pizzo offensive coordina-
The EMCC women fell to 4-7 with a 70-51 loss. Miya Rush had 12 9 a.m. — Premiership: Leicester vs. Gloucester, Notre Dame 100, Pittsburgh 44 Saturday, Jan. 12 tor, Kenny Baker defensive line coach and Mike
S. Dakota St. 85, Purdue Fort Wayne 52 Baltimore/Los Angeles Chargers/Indianapolis
points and eight rebounds, while Maddie Riley had nine points and 11 Yeager special teams and defensive assistant
NBC Sports Network SE Missouri 62, SIU-Edwardsville 52 at Kansas City, 3:35 p.m. (NBC)
coach.
rebounds. Wright St. 85, Green Bay 67 Chicago/Dallas/Seattle at L.A. Rams, 7:15
SOCCER Youngstown St. 81, Ill.-Chicago 29 p.m. (FOX) MEMPHIS — Named Deke Adams defensive
SOUTHWEST Sunday, Jan. 13 line coach.
—From Special, Staff and Wire Reports 5 p.m. — Liga MX: Monterrey vs. Pachuca, FS1 Arkansas St. 87, Louisiana-Lafayette 75 Houston/Baltimore/Los Angeles Chargers at OHIO STATE — Named Mike Yurcich quarter-
Baylor 68, UConn 57 New England, 12:05 p.m. (CBS) backs coach and passing game coordinator.
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SOCCER

Manchester City hands Liverpool first loss in Premier League play
By ROB HARRIS winner in the 72nd minute. ever witnessed,” City captain ing the Premier League until aggressive in our pressing.”
The Associated Press A year after Liverpool ended Vincent Kompany said. next season, the eyes of referee So too was Liverpool in the
City’s hopes of emulating Arse- “We went toe-to-toe with a Anthony Taylor saved City cap- second half, showing just why
MANCHESTER, England nal’s 2003-04 Invincibles, the very physical and aggressive tain Vincent Kompany around the Premier League era’s pe-
— Liverpool can’t now win the
tables were turned on a freez- team and we matched them for the half-hour mark. A sliding rennial underachiever might
Premier League unbeaten.
ing night that saw the title race everything, if not more.” tackle into Mohamed Salah that yet win the English title for a
Manchester City has renewed
open up again. City was spared from going Liverpool manager Klopp later 19th time.
hope it won’t be surrendering
“Pretty intense,” Liverpool behind by just 11 millimeters said should been a sending off The equalizer was created
the trophy at all.
A title defense faltering a manager Juergen Klopp said. (0.4 inches) of the ball failing to only saw Kompany booked. by the fullbacks in the 64th.
week ago is back on track for “It had wild moments.” cross the line in the 18th min- The hosts did go through on Trent Alexander-Arnold sent
Pep Guardiola after City beat Back-to-back losses for City ute. goal themselves — and scored a diagonal pass to the far post
Liverpool 2-1 on Thursday, in- less than two weeks ago had When Sadio Mane hit in the 40th minute. where Andy Robertson volleyed
flicting the leader’s first league put Liverpool on a seemingly the post, City defender John Receiving Bernardo Silva’s the ball across the penalty area
loss of the season in their 21st smoother path to a first English Stones’ attempted clearance cross on his right foot, Aguero for an unmarked Firmino to
game. title in 29 years. Rather than go- went straight onto goalkeep- got away from Dejan Lovren head into an empty net.
Completing the packed fes- ing 10 points clear, Liverpool’s er Ederson’s head. The ball and used his left boot to power Just when Liverpool was
tive program with an engross- lead has been trimmed to four looped back toward goal and the ball into the roof of the net. gaining momentum, City
ing encounter, Liverpool’s points by City, which reclaimed Stones had to scramble to clear. “We need Sergio in this kind roared back in front from a blis-
threatened a comeback when second place from Tottenham. It proved just enough, as goal- of game. The finish was incred- tering counterattack. Raheem
Roberto Firmino canceled out “It’s still in Liverpool’s line technology ruled out the ible,” Guardiola said. “It was Sterling cut in from the left
Sergio Aguero’s first-half open- hands, but our performance score. important we played with cour- and slipped the ball through to
er but Leroy Sane struck the was beyond anything else I’ve With video review not enter- age in our game and we were Sane, who fired a shot.

Comics & Puzzles
DILBERT
Dear Abby
D
EAR ABBY: from addiction these women to hate me. I
I’m currently can be a daily respect them, but this is a sen-
in a mental challenge, which sitive topic. — NOT THE PLACE
hospital. I have takes courage DEAR NOT THE PLACE: I
been in and out and determina- agree that, for the most part,
for years because tion. You appear discussing politics in the
of suicide at- to have both. workplace is inappropriate
tempts and drug I am printing because there are bound to be
use. My drug of your letter be- disagreements, which are not
choice is crystal cause it carries conducive to a pleasant envi-
meth, and it has an important ronment. Hopefully, now that
been a vicious message for any- the midterms are behind us,
ZITS cycle.
I’m 19 and
one who is feeling
suicidal. The
the hostility will die down — at
least for a while.
will be 20 soon. phone number If it persists, TELL your
I would like to of the National co-workers that what they are
share my story Suicide Preven- doing is hurtful and you want
with your readers,
Dear Abby tion Lifeline is them to stop. And if they don’t,
young and old, 800-273-8255, then discuss it with your super-
who may feel lost or alone. I and it is toll-free. visor or employer because what
was sexually abused and have DEAR ABBY: I work in close they are doing is creating a
prostituted myself for drugs quarters with two women. They hostile working environment.
when I was desperate. I’m go- often talk politics, and I am DEAR ABBY: A friend of
ing through intensive treatment very aware of their views. They mine is a pretty fair oil painter.
now. When I was at my lowest, asked me if I was voting in the She occasionally sells one. I
my family looked the other way. midterms, and I answered in would like to buy a painting she
What I want to tell people is the affirmative, but offered no recently finished. She quoted
GARFIELD to get help if they are contem-
plating suicide. I want them to
details as my vote is my person-
al business.
me a price, but phrased it as
a question, “Does $— sound
know their lives are valuable. Since then, I have been OK?” Would it be rude if I
I struggle with hallucinations, told, “You are part of the prob- offered her less than that for
and it’s scary at times. But no lem.” “People like you ...” and, the painting? — BETTER OFFER
matter what we go through in “It must be nice to not care.” I IN THE WEST
life, we must remember that don’t know how to respond to DEAR BETTER OFFER: No, it
we were built to be resilient. I these hurtful comments, which would not be rude. It’s common
believe in our strength. Thanks, make me feel terrible. It makes for buyers to negotiate the price
Abby. — OVERCOMING IN me extremely uncomfortable, of art objects. It is done all the
WISCONSIN and I don’t think it’s appropri- time, and she shouldn’t take of-
DEAR OVERCOMING: I ate to discuss this at work in fense if you offer her what you
believe in your strength as the first place. think is a fair price. Remember,
well, and I’m glad that you are I am not sure how to handle if she doesn’t agree, she can
getting treatment. Recovery this if it continues. I don’t want make a counteroffer.
CANDORVILLE
Horoscopes
TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Jan. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). falls squarely to you.
4). The Mercury change on You find inspiration everywhere LEO (July 23-Aug. 22).
your birthday is a harbinger of you go — in the grasses under- You’re not searching for yourself
empowerment as well as clarity foot, the clouds overhead, the anymore. You know who exactly
of deed and expression. Never hand of the person next to you. who you are, and furthermore
doubt the power of a carefully Scenery feeds your imagination, you reserve the right to change
worded intention. Your work to love even more so. your mind or even your person-
build a relationship will bring a GEMINI (May 21-June 21). ality, at any time because who
release of past baggage and The dance of love is a push, pull you are goes much deeper than
a new breath of sweetness to affair. The tango is on. The trick- those things.
daily life. There’s a move in May. iest part is keeping the distance VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22).
Aquarius and Virgo adore you. between you at the optimum When your brain is firing on all
BABY BLUES Your lucky numbers are: 16, 42, ratio to create strong tension cylinders, you feel brightly alive.
9, 30 and 1. and still maintain freedom of And when your brain is a din
ARIES (March 21-April 19). motion. of unhelpful chatter, you feel
Is your opinion causing con- CANCER (June 22-July 22). far less so. Rigorous exercise
troversy? You could be utterly Your approval rating is going up. will work wonders to reset your
wrong — or utterly right. Either Try not to pay too much atten- mental energy.
way, the winning move is to take tion to that though, just as you LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23).
a breath and hear the others didn’t give it too much attention Try not to make up reasons why
out. All benefit from the civil when it was going down. It’s not something won’t work before
airing of ideas. their job to like you. That job you’ve even tried it. This is just
fear talking because your mind
doesn’t like uncertainty. That’s
OK. Let it talk, but walk forward
anyway.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
BEETLE BAILEY 21). When you feel secure in
your relationship, you’re more
likely to take risks in other
areas, especially in regard to
professional advancement. To
know you’re loved is a beautiful
thing to fall back on.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec.
21). While necessity may be the
mother of invention, too much
need and hardship can keep a
person’s mind from working at
peak performance. Seek a gen-
tle pace. Take care of yourself.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
MALLARD FILLMORE 19). Maybe life can be easy and
still satisfy your need for a chal-
lenge. The mountain to climb
has more to do with creativity
than hardship. It’s about finding
the stimulus to push your
imagination.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
18). There’s a saying that one
pound of learning requires 10
pounds of common sense to
use it. Truly, theoretical knowl-
edge will pale next to even the
most minimal practical experi-
ence, so wherever possible, go
FAMILY CIRCUS in person.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March
20). Your self-control will be in
strong supply, and that’s why
you may find yourself mentally
bickering with someone instead
of actually bickering, which
would be a regrettable move
since, ultimately, those details
are petty.

Easy-going
SOLUTION:
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Religious briefs
Enrollment Applications Prayer for Youth Praise and Worship Service
Mississippi State School of Ministry Every second and third Saturday, Sulfur Springs MB Church holds a
will be accepting applications for enroll- Pleasant Ridge Faith Center hosts a praise and worship service the last Friday
ment Jan. 7 in Reform, Alabama. For prayer for the youth from 2-3 p.m. of each month at 7 p.m. For information,
more information, call Dr. Michael Boyd, call Pastor Henry Mosley, 662-328-1035.
662-425-8443, Pastor Francisco Brock, Celebrate Recovery
662-386-5317 or Pastor Demarco Smith,
205-722-8505.
Calvary Church, 514 Lehmberg Road, Prayer Service
and Meadowview Church, 300 Linden Cir- Church of the Eternal Word, 106 22nd.
cle in Starkville, host Celebrate Recovery St. S., Columbus, holds prayer service
Communion Services at 6 p.m. every Sunday at Calvary and Thursday nights 5-6 p.m. Contact Marie
Mt. Zion M.B. Church, 2221 14th Ave. at 6 p.m. every Tuesday at Meadowview Nabors, 662-549-4322. Church service
N., hosts the Interdenominational Alliance Church. Get help, healing and support times: Sunday school 10 a.m.; Sunday
of Ministers City and County Communion for any habit, hurt or hang-up using the worship 11:15 a.m.; Tuesday Bible study
at 6 p.m. Jan. 6. For more information, Christ-centered 12 steps. 7 p.m. For information, call Pastor District
call 662-251-2505. Elder Lou Nabors, 662-329-1234.

Worship Services Prayer, Free Coffee
Open Doors M.B. Church invites the
Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Fitness Transformations
Church, 2221 14th Ave. N., hosts free The Transformational Church, 2301
public to Sunday Morning Worship Ser- coffee and a prayer community out- Jess Lyons Road, hosts boxing lessons
vices from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. every 1st, 2nd reach service from 8-9 a.m. every fifth Mondays and Wednesday from 5-7 p.m.,
& 3rd Sunday of each month at the Travis Saturday. For information, contact Jesse weight-loss boot camp Tuesdays and
Outlaw Sportsplex Center, 405 Lynn Slater, 662-328-4979. Thursdays 5-7 p.m. and both on Satur-
Lane in Starkville. Sunday School is from
days 9-11 a.m.
10-10:30 a.m. For more information, call
662-263-7102. Radio Program
Apostles Patrick Perkins invites the Youth Fellowship
public to tune in to WTWG, radio 1050
Grief Support Group AM for Perfecting the Saints Broadcast,
The Transformational Church, 2301
Jess Lyons Road, hosts Youth Fellowship
The Oil of Joy for Grief and Mourning
Wednesdays 8:30 a.m. from 7-8:30 p.m. every Tuesday. Games,
offers a grief support group at 6 p.m.
every second Thursday of the month at prayer, service, food, & more. Transpor-
United Christian Baptist Church, 232 Women Prayer, Worship Service tation available. For information, call Iris
Yorkville Road East. “Making your grieving Church of the Eternal Word, 106 22nd Roberson, 662-295-7456.
journey easier.” For more information, call St. S., holds a prayer and worship service
662-327-0604 or e-mail unitedchristian@ every Thursday from 5-6 p.m. Call Marie Watch Night Service
cableone.net. Nabors, 662-549-4322 or 662-329- Rockhill community watch night
1234, for prayer requests. service is 10 p.m. Monday at Sand Creek
Fellowship Dinner, Youth Service Chapel M.B Church, located at 3818
Pleasant Ridge Faith Center, 923 Prayer Ministry Rockhill Road in Starkville. The Rev. Je-
Ridge Road, Columbus, hosts a fellow- New Beginning Everlasting Outreach rome Wilson and the Rockhill U.M. Church
ship dinner and youth service every third Ministry invites the public to call in with will be the special guest. The public is
Sunday. their prayer requests at 662-327-9843. invited to attend.

AP Exclusive: Big jump in US
Catholic dioceses naming names
“People saw what happened in these In most cases, the statute
of limitations for bringing
of official silence or deni-
als. Also, it could increase
parishes in Pennsylvania and said, criminal charges or suing
has run out.
pressure on dioceses to
set up victims’ compensa-
‘That happened in my parish too’” Nevertheless, advo- tion funds, as the church
Tim Lennon, national president of the board of the cates say exposing mo- has done in Pennsylvania
Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests lesters nearly two decades already. And it could re-
after the scandal first sult in the removal of mo-
By CLAUDIA LAUER Most of the priests were erupted in Boston in 2002 lesters from positions out-
The Associated Press long ago removed from is an encouraging step, side the church that give
ministry. An AP exam- in part because it gives them access to children.
PHIL A DELPHI A ination found that more some victims a sense of
— Over the past four than 60 percent are dead. vindication after decades
months, Roman Catholic
dioceses across the U.S.
have released the names
of more than 1,000 priests
and others accused of
sexually abusing children
in an unprecedented pub-
lic reckoning spurred at
least in part by a shocking
grand jury investigation
in Pennsylvania, an Asso-
ciated Press review has
found.
Nearly 50 dioceses and
religious orders have pub-
licly identified child-mo-
lesting priests in the wake
of the Pennsylvania report
issued in mid-August, and
55 more have announced
plans to do the same over
the next few months, the
AP found. Together they
account for more than
half of the nation’s 187 di-
oceses.
The review also found
that nearly 20 local, state
or federal investigations,
either criminal or civil,
have been launched since
the release of the grand
jury findings. Those in-
vestigations could lead
to more names and more
damning accusations, as
well as fines against dio-
ceses and court-ordered
safety measures.
“People saw what hap-
pened in these parishes
in Pennsylvania and said,
‘That happened in my
parish too.’ They could
see the immediate con-
nection, and they are
demanding the same ac-
counting,” said Tim Len-
non, national president of
the board of the Survivors
Network of those Abused
by Priests, or SNAP.
The recently disclosed
accusations date back six
or seven decades in some
cases, with the oldest from
the 1910s in Louisiana.

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personal property to sat- personal property to sat- 149 Tanyia Lane. Off of
Tech and social media Houses For Rent: Northside Lake Lowndes Road.
isfy the past due and isfy the past due and skills required.
Apartments
any other charges owed any other charges owed 7110 Has asphalt drive &
to it by the following ten- to it by the following ten- parking, 1200 ft. shop
ants. ants.
For more info, call
662-574-1972 & Houses 2 AVAILABLE: 2BR/1BA w/ living area, septic
near CAFB. $450/mo + tank & water meter. No
NOW THEREFORE, no- NOW THEREFORE, no- 1 Bedrooms $350 dep. 662-889- trailers. $45,000. Call
tice is hereby given that tice is hereby given that CONTRACTOR SEEKING
experienced carpenter 2 Bedroooms 1122. 662-574-0345.

3 Bedrooms
Sudoku
FRIENDLY CITY MINI- FRIENDLY CITY MINI-
WAREHOUSES will offer WAREHOUSES will offer with lots of experience.
2BR HOUSE. Stove, ref.,
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for sale, and will sell at for sale, and will sell at w/d hookup, window
auction to the highest auction to the highest 662-570-9464 for info. Furnished & a/c, heat electric.
ment. FSBO: 72 Acres
in Webster Co., near Sudoku is a number-
bidder for cash all per-
sonal property in stor-
bidder for cash all per-
sonal property in stor-
Unfurnished $485/mo. Lease- Mantee. Mature pines
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is a number-
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dep.+credit check. Cole- (75yr), hardwoods
age units leased by the age units leased by the MARATHON EQUIPMENT 1, 2, & 3 Baths man Realty. 329-2323. (50yr), 10ac hay field, a 9x9 grid
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Houses For Rent: South 7140
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327-8555
school. 45 minutes to
4th day of January, A.D. ing sale on Alabama $19.93/hour within a very nice w/ 2 car gar-
age, lg back yard. Pets MSU. 334-277-9744. 1sotothat
9 ineach
the empty spaces
row, each 2 5 6 8 3 1 9 4 7
2019. All auctions are Street on the 1st day of year! Full benefits avail- so that each row, each
with reserve and there- February A.D. 2019. All able on your first day of
need approval. 1612
LOWNDES COUNTY 45 column and each 3x3 box 1 3 9 7 2 4 6 8 5
9th St. S. $1,050 per column and each
fore all units can be auctions are with re- employment. Apts For Rent: Caledonia 7060 mo + dep. 662-574- acres on Sobley & Dav- contains the same3x3 box
number 7 2 1 5 8 9 3 6 4
7879 or 662-328-8655. is Rd. Excellent hunting. contains the same number
withdrawn from the sale serve and therefore all Apply online at:
only once. The difficulty
at any time by the auc-
tioneer/manager.
units can be withdrawn
from the sale at any
https://www.dover 3BR/1BA Duplex. No 1 mile west of Hwy. 69. only once. The difficulty 9 4 3 2 7 6 1 5 8
esg.com/careers/ Smoking. No Pets. 1 yr. Small creek runs thru level increases from
time by the auctioneer/ High school diploma or lease. $550/month + Houses For Rent: Starkville property. $1375 per level increases from 8 6 5 4 1 3 7 9 2
Title to the personal manager. GED required. EEO. 7170 Monday to Sunday.
property to be sold is
deposit. 662-356-4958 acre. 205-799-9846 or Monday to Sunday. Difficulty Level 1/03
Marathon Equipment or 662-574-0227. 205-695-2248.
believed to be good, but Title to the personal Co Rd 9 2BR/1BA house w/ 2
at such sale, FRIENDLY property to be sold is Vernon, AL 35592 acres in county. 3 miles
Apts For Rent: Starkville 7070
CITY MINI-WARE- believed to be good, but WINTER SPECIAL
from Strk, 5 miles from 1.95 acre lots.
HOUSES will convey at such sale, FRIENDLY SMALL APT, walking dis- MSU South Entrance,
only such title as is ves- CITY MINI-WARE- Medical / Dental 3300 Good/bad credit.
tance to MSU. Partially W/D, carport. SMALL 10% down, as low as
ted in it pursuant to its HOUSES will convey furnished incl W/D w/ dogs ok w/ deposit.
lease with the following only such title as is ves- FULL TIME RN and PART ch/a. $500/mo + dep. Great for grad student $299/mo. Eaton Land.
and its allowed under ted in it pursuant to its TIME RECEPTIONIST/ 662-361-7711
Call 662-722-0020, or professor. Non-
Mississippi Code Annot- lease with the following SCHEDULER needed for leave msg or text. smoking. $700/mo.
ated Section 85-7-121 and its allowed under busy medical office. Ap- Utilities not included. Mobile Homes for Sale 8650
et seq (Supp 1988). Mississippi Code Annot- plicants must have ex- 662-617-5601.
ated Section 85-7-121 cellent computer skills Apts For Rent: Other 7080 NEW 2017, 16x80 MH
Caroline Payne et seq (Supp 1988). and be able to work in a @ The Grove, Colum-
1BR/1BA Apts for rent. Mobile Homes for Rent 7250 bus. 3BR/2BA, never
—E366 fast paced environment.
College Manor Apts, dir- lived in, can be moved.
Blewett Thomas Applicants must also
ectly across from MUW. 3BR/2BA Trailer, New New Hope Sch. Dist.
Carrilla Stallings —N117 available to work some
Completely renovated, Hope school dist. $29k. 662-769-2565.
—E32 late evenings. For seri-
incl granite countertops, $500/mo & $500 dep.
Christopher T Robertson ous inquiries, please SS appls & W/D. 12 mo Call between 10a-7p.
send resume to
Kristee Myers
—E376
—N100
Blind Box 660 c/o
lease, dep req, $650/ 662-386-4292. Need a
mo. 662-425-3817. NO TEXT MESSAGES.
Deborah Donald Commercial Dispatch
Latoya Smith —N257 PO Box 511
Columbus, MS 39703. 2BR/1BA located in
—E372 Historic Downtown RENT A fully equipped
Emitra Humphries Columbus. 2,000 sqft. camper w/utilities &
Lisa Cunningham —N10 Hardwood floors cable from $145/wk -
—E5 Bargain Column 4180
throughout. Open floor. $535/month. Colum- NEW RIDE?
Kitty Davis Very nice. Incl W&D. bus & County School
Michael Baggett —N64, N65 ELECTRIC STOVE. locations. 662-242-
—E347 $100. Call 951-236- $1200/mo. Call
662-328-8655. 7653 or 601-940-1397. FIND ONE IN THE
Quaneisha Aaron
Robert Solla-Bentley
—N2
7281.
CLASSIFIEDS
DOWNTOWN: 2BR/1BA,
—E240 CH&A, 1 story, W/D,
WITNESS MY SIGNA- OIL RADIATOR Space historic district, 1 block
Ramona Frierson TURE on this the 2nd Heater, new, $35. from downtown, $625/
—E43 day of January, A.D. (2) Lighted Christmas
Autos For Sale 9150
mo. + $625 dep. NO
2019. Yard Trees, $15. PETS. 662-574-8789.
Ruby Sunievelle '07 GRAY Chevy Tahoe.
662-327-7221. Peaceful & Quiet area. Good cond. Leather
—E218 FRIENDLY CITY
MINI-WAREHOUSES interior. Has 197,878
Sammy Tramail Harris By: L.O. FIRST FULL MONTH miles. Asking $7,500.
—E94 REFRIGERATOR $100. RENT FREE! 1 & 2 Bed- Call 662-251-6258.
Publish: 1/4, 1/11, & Call 951-236-7281. room Apts/Townhomes.
WITNESS MY SIGNA- 1/18/2019 Stove & refrigerator. Campers & RVs 9300
TURE on this the 2nd $335-$600 Monthly.
day of January, A.D. Firewood / Fuel 4450 Credit check & deposit. TOMBIGBEE RV Park,
Building & Remodeling 1120 Coleman Realty, located on Wilkins Wise
2019.
662-329-2323.
HOME REPAIRS & CON- FIREWOOD FOR Sale. Rd & Waverly Rd. Full
FRIENDLY CITY STRUCTION WORK Various lengths. Hookups available.
MINI-WAREHOUSES 662-295-2274 1, 2, 3 BEDROOM apart- $300/mo. 662-328-
WANTED. Carpentry, ments & townhouses.
By: L.O. small concrete jobs, 8655 or 662-574-7879.
Call for more info.
electrical, plumbing,
Publish: 1/4, 1/11, & roof repairs, pressure Garage Sales: East 4510 662-328-8254. Trailers & Heavy Equipment
1/18/2019 washing and mobile JANUARY AVAILABILITY 9450
607 CYPRESS St. Sat. (NOW ACCEPTING
home roof coating and 6:30a-until. Toys, appli- APPLICATIONS)
underpinning. No job ances & clothes in all 1999 MACK Dump
too small. 549-7031. sizes. Shop & save! Truck & 30,000lb Trail-
Downtown Area- boss Tag-A-Long Trailer,
SUGGS CONSTRUCTION 2BR/1BA, CH&A, hard- both good condition.
PUBLIC NOTICE Building, remodeling, wood, appliances, no Can be seen at 5356
General Merchandise 4600 pets, spacious, walk to
metal roofing, painting Hwy 182 E, Columbus.
INVITATION FOR BIDS & all home repairs. MUW. NO HUD. Call 662-328-6203 or
ERATE PRODUCTS AND APPLE COMPUTERS
662-242-3471 Two 2009 iMac com- Agent Owned. 662-574-6202.
SERVICES $675.00/$675.00.
puters available. Good
NOTICE
Tom Hatcher, LLC working condition. Five Questions:
Find
Custom Construction, Would be good for ba- Convenience-
Restoration, Remodel- sic web browsing or 2BR/1BA, almost fin-
Sealed bids will be re- ing, Repair, Insurance word processing. 2Ghz; ished make-over. CH/A,
ceived by the Columbus- claims. 662-364-1769. 2 GB RAM; 250 GB HD. new flooring, paint, ap- 1 Buffalo Bill’s
Lowndes County Library
System up to and no
later than 10:00 a.m.
Licensed & Bonded

General Services 1360
Computer and built-in
monitor only; mouse
pliances & more. No
pets, no HUD.
Agent Owned.
What Wild West
You’re
February 6, 2019, at and keyboard not in-
cluded. $50 each. $450.00/$450.00.
the Columbus-Lowndes FREE TRAINING for
2 Dangerous
County Library System, Call 662-574-1561
JOB SEEKING WOMEN; West Point- ACROSS
314 7th Street North
Columbus, MS, for the
procurement of Cat-
COMPUTER TRAINING,
RESUME WRITING, & IN-
TERVIEW SKILLS; STARKVILLE AREA
Large 1BR/1BA, gas
space heat, window air.
Water furnished. No
Looking Minds 1 Disney meerkat
6 Bourne’s portrayer
For
egory 1 and 2 products Tues & Thurs Evening Habitat for Humanity pets or HUD.
and services via Erate classes start February ReStore warehouse will Agent Owned. 11 Love, to Luigi
funding. A copy of the 5th. Enroll now at Chris- be open Saturday, $375.00/$375.00 with
3 PLAY-DOH 12 Find darling
In
Request for Proposals tian Women's Job January 5, from 8-11 approved application.
(RFP) can be obtained Corps. Min H.S. Dip- AM. Located at 1632 13 Binge
by emailing Millie Rod- loma or Equivalent re- Rockhill Road in Stark- Long & Long, Realtors 14 Alerts
abough at millie.re-
group@gmail.com. If a
quired. Call 662-722- ville. Start your New
3016 or 662-597-1030 Year off right with bar-
662-328-0770
4 Whiskey 15 Chiding sound
response is not re-
ceived within 24 hours, RETAINER WALL, drive-
gains on furniture, appli-
ances, building materi- COLEMAN 16 “The Conners”
role
it is the responsibility of
the respondent to call
way, foundation, con- als and more. All pro-
crete, masonry restora- ceeds go directly into
RENTALS
TOWNHOUSES & APARTMENTS
CLASSIFIEDS 5 The 18 Skin art, for short
Tillman or Millie Rod-
abough at 769-233-
tion, remodeling, base- building a Habitat home
ment foundation, re- in Oktibbeha County. 1 BEDROOM
www.cdispatch.com
Netherlands 19 Greek vowel
4515 or 662-630-0118 pairs, small dump truck 2 BEDROOMS 20 They hold power
to confirm receipt of the hauling (5-6 yd) load &
RFP request. demolition/lot cleaning. Sporting Goods 4720 3 BEDROOMS 21 Feasted
Burr Masonry 22 Depended
All interested bidders ED SANDERS Gunsmith LEASE, 24 Hightailed it
© The Dispatch

662-242-0259.
must attend a mandat- Open for season! 9-5,
ory pre-bid conference WORK WANTED: Tues-Fri & 9-12, Sat. DEPOSIT 25 Singer Iglesias
on January 16, 2019 Licensed & Bonded-car- Over 50 years experi-
beginning at 10:00 a.m. pentry, painting, & de- ence! Repairs, cleaning, AND 27 Went under
at the Columbus- molition. Landscaping, refinishing, scopes CREDIT CHECK 29 Track athlete DOWN 24 Merriment
Lowndes County Library mounted & zeroed,
System, 314 7th Street
gutters cleaned, bush 32 Pull gently 1 Wine expert 26 Offering, as a
hogging, clean-up work, handmade knives.
North Columbus, MS.
Bidders not attending
pressure washing, mov- Located: Hwy 45 Alt,
North of West Point,
662-329-2323 33 Dove sound 2 Ascribe price
the pre-bid conference
ing help & furniture
turn right on Yokahama 34 Juan Perón’s 3 2018 steampunk 27 Unmoving
repair. 662-242-3608
will not be considered. Blvd, 8mi & turn left on 2411 HWY 45 N wife movie 28 Dawn goddess
Darracott Rd, will see
Bids will be opened at
Lawn Care / Landscaping
sign, 2.5mi ahead shop COLUMBUS, MS 35 Tycoon Onassis 4 Lode material 30 Show clearly
10:00 a.m. February 6,
2019 Columbus-
1470 on left. 662-494-6218. Even if you 36 Small worker 5 More poor 31 Mountain chains
Lowndes County Library JESSE & BEVERLY'S Commercial Property For don’t get out much 37 Hr. part 6 Daily events 33 Made crow calls
System, 314 7th Street LAWN SERVICE. Mow- Business Opportunity 6050 Rent 7100 38 Thus far
North Columbus, MS. ing, cleanup, landscap-
ing, sodding, & tree cut- HISTORIC DOWNTOWN
these days, you can 40 Cake coating
7 Oklahoma city 39 Low bill
Bids must be submit- 117 DR. Martin Luther 8 The Hatfields and 41 Snoop grp.
ted in a sealed envel- ting. 356-6525. Columbus: 411 Main King Jr. Dr. West in still “go shopping” in the 42 Singer Cara the McCoys, e.g.
Classifieds. You can find
ope clearly marked as St. Office, Retail, Res- Starkville. 4,000 sq. ft
follows: Painting & Papering 1620 taurant Space available. building. Call 662-323- 43 Flower girl, often 9 Decorative
Call 423-333-1124. 5119.
exactly what you’ve 44 Ready for 10 Like some boxes
“2019 Erate Bid” SULLIVAN'S PAINT
SERVICE shipping 17 Fireplace item
Bid Opening: February
6, 2019 10:00 a.m. Certified in lead
Apts For Rent: Other 7080
been looking for. 45 Neon and helium
removal. Offering spe- 23 Squid’s squirt
cial prices on interior &
Find someone to mow the lawn
Envelopes not so
marked will not be con- exterior painting, pres-
sidered sure washing & sheet
rock repairs. •
As an alternate submis- Free Estimates Find someone to clean the house
Call 435-6528
sion mechanism, bids
may be submitted

through secure electron- Stump Removal 1790 Find that special recliner
ic submission. Vendors
wishing to submit their

proposal via secure Buy a computer system
electronic bidding
should email Millie Rod-

abough for electronic Buy a used car
submission instruc-
tions. If a response is •
not received within 4 ALLSTUMP GRINDING Buy that rare coin
for your collection
hours, it is the respons- SERVICE
ibility of the respondent GET 'ER DONE!
to call Millie Rod- We can grind all your . . . and lots more

The CommerCial
abough at 662-630- stumps. Hard to reach
0118 to confirm receipt places, blown over
of the request. roots, hillsides, back-
yards, pastures. Free

DispaTCh
The Columbus-Lowndes estimates. You find it,
County Library System we'll grind it!
has the right to accept 662-361-8379
or reject any or all bids.
Publish by order of the
516 Main St.
Tree Services 1860
Columbus-Lowndes
County Library System. A&T Tree Service
Director, Erin Busbea
Bucket truck & stump Columbus, MS 39701
removal. Free est.

662-328-2424
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County Library System since 1987. Senior
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