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CMSD, others to get back taxes from Sanderson Plumbing
Bankruptcy court awards $275K settlement; chased by Beneke Inc. with a
loan through the Mississippi
government entity (MDA) was
tied to the company, the court
$125K of that will go to school district Development Authority. Lown- could not mandate back taxes
des County Tax Assessor Greg paid on land but could order it
BY MARY POLLITZ The board of trustees dis- Andrews filed a claim in 2014 to paid on personal property.
mpollitz@cdispatch.com cussed Monday night an update collect $258,000 in delinquent Columbus attorney Gawyn
on the funds that would funnel taxes from the company. Mitchell was hired to represent
Columbus Municipal School into the school district. School Ultimately, the bankrupt- the city, county and CMSD in
District plans to use more than board attorney David Dunn cy court awarded $275,000. collecting the back taxes.
$125,000 from a Sanderson said CMSD should receive 45.5 Dunn Spears In addition to CMSD’s share, During an agenda review
Plumbing bankruptcy case for percent of a $275,000 award seat manufacturer Sanderson Columbus will receive roughly meeting last week, the CMSD
the district’s capital improve- that will be split among the city, Plumbing filed for Chapter $77,000 and Lowndes County board discussed more than $2
ment plan and maintenance county and CMSD by March 31. 11 bankruptcy. A year before will get about $71,000. million in needed capital im-
plan. In 2013, the Columbus toilet filing, the company was pur- Dunn told the board, since a See Bankruptcy, 6A

CMSD: Final MORNING STROLL
decision on
Shannon slated
for Jan. 29
Trustees have received
transcript of deputy
superintendent’s
appeal hearing
BY MARY POLLITZ
mpollitz@cdispatch.com

A final decision on
whether Columbus
Municipal School
District’s former dep-
uty superintendent
Craig Shannon will
get his job back will
come by the end of
the month. Shannon
CMSD’s board of trustees have
set a special-call meeting for 6 p.m.
Jan. 29 at Brandon Central Ser-
vices. Isabelle Altman/Dispatch Staff
Shannon, who had worked for Shawn Evans of Columbus walks with his dog Hero, 8, through downtown Tuesday morning. “That’s my mushroom hunting
the district for 10 years, received dog,” said Evans, who routinely takes Hero and his other dog, Sora, 16, on walks through the woods.
his termination letter in October
from first-year superintendent Che-
rie Labat. Attorney Dolton McAlpin
of Starkville served as hearing of-

CVB approves agreement funding festivals
ficer for Shannon’s appeal of his
termination in December, and the
school board has final authority to
either reinstate Shannon or uphold
Labat’s decision to terminate him.
During the appeal hearing, Funding contingent on Legislature renewing 2-percent tax all in Columbus; as well as Caledonia
Days, Artesia Days and the Crawford
Labat claimed she did not trust
Shannon and had met with him sev- By AMANDA LIEN CVB’s board on Monday approved Cotton Boll.
eral times to discuss his job perfor- alien@cdispatch.com an interlocal agreement with Colum- The Attorney General’s Office must
mance. Shannon claims he had not bus and Lowndes County that would approve the interlocal agreement for it
been made aware of any issues with The Columbus-Lowndes Conven- divert a total of $87,500 to the festivals to be valid, and the Legislature must
his job performance prior to receiv- tion and Visitors Bureau has formally — or $12,500 each. Those festivals in- establish the restaurant sales tax this
ing his termination letter. agreed to fund seven local festivals this clude Juneteenth, Southside Townsend session for anything to be official.
The Dispatch, through the Mis- year, pending the renewal of a 2-per- Park Blues Festival, Seventh Annual “I’m very thankful that we’ve
See Shannon, 6A cent restaurant sales tax. Heritage Festival and Market Street, See CVB, 6A

Starkville-Oktibbe-
SOCSD to launch career prep tracks at high school
ha Consolidated
School District
Program will offer ‘academic houses’ launch in the fall for the be-
ginning of the 2019-20 school
Superintendent
Eddie Peasant
on three career groupings for students year.
The district has three hous-
speaks to the By Alex Holloway paths of their choosing.
Starkville Rotary es: Technology, Engineering,
aholloway@cdispatch.com SOCSD Superintendent
Club on Monday. Construction (TEC); Health
Peasant high- Eddie Peasant, both at Mon- and Human Services (H2S);
The Starkville-Oktibbeha
lighted plans
Consolidated School District day’s Starkville Rotary Club and Communication, Arts and
to launch three meeting and the same day’s Business (CAB).
academic houses is preparing to launch aca-
at Starkville High demic houses in the hopes school board meeting, spoke “We plan to create a high
School in the fall. of better preparing its high about the district’s goals with school where all of our stu-
Alex Holloway/Dispatch Staff school students for career the academic houses. They’ll See SOCSD, 3A

Weather Five Questions Calendar Local Folks Public
1 What Simpsonian expression made Today meetings
it into the “New Oxford Dictionary of Today: Columbus
■ Lowndes Relay for Life Kickoff: Get
English” in 1998? City Council regular
2 What does an anemometer mea- involved in the Lowndes County Relay for
meeting, 5 p.m.,
sure? Life by attending a kickoff event at 5:30
Municipal Complex
3 Which is not a color of one of the p.m. at the Columbus Fire & Rescue train-
Courtroom
Olympic rings — black, blue, red, ing facility, 1601 Main St. Become part
silver or yellow? Today: Drone sem-
John Williams Milstead of the event leadership team. For more
4 What Middle Eastern news chan- inar, 6 p.m. Golden
Pre-K, Annunciation information, contact Jana Alford at jana.
nel’s name means “the island” in Triangle Regional
alford@cancer.org, or 662-582-0049.

47 Low 31
Arabic? Airport
High 5 What TV show were Britney Spears, Jan. 21: Columbus
Mostly cloudy
Justin Timberlake and Christina Aguil-
era all cast members of in the ‘90s?
Friday Convention and Vis-
Full forecast on ■ Memphis Jones: The Columbus Arts itors Bureau Board
Answers, 6B
page 2A. Council presents Memphis Jones & The of Directors regular
City Limits from B.B. King’s Blues Club on meeting, 4 p.m.
Beale Street at 7:30 p.m. in the Rosenz- Jan. 26: Columbus
Inside weig Arts Center Omnova Theater, 501 Municipal School
Classifieds 5B Health 6A Main St.. CAC member tickets are $15 in District Board Spe-
Comics 4B Obituaries 5A advance/$17 at the door. Non-members, cial call meeting,
Crossword 6B Opinions 4A $20/$22. Get tickets at columbus-arts.org Sara Scott is a senior at 8:30 a.m., Brandon
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Tuesday
Say What?
Did you hear? “We’re a better team right now. That just comes with the game
Loretta Lynn plans 87th — you take a few losses. It’s all about how you bounce back.”
MSU men’s basketball junior guard Lamar Peters. The Bull-

birthday all-star tribute concert
dogs are looking for their first SEC win against Florida tonight
at Humphrey Coliseum. Story, 1B.

April 1 show Lynn said she’s not

Trump seeks to sell shutdown,
planning any duets during
to feature Jack the concert, instead say-
ing she just wants the art-
White, Garth ists to sing for her. “I know

Brooks, George
what I want to hear and I
am pretty sure they will be
singing them,” Lynn said.
trade policies to farmers
Strait and more Still the Country Mu-
‘We’re doing trade
Trump says solution
sic Hall of Famer said she
The Associated Press
would eventually like to
perform again. “Feels like deals that are going
NASHVILLE, Tenn. —
Country music queen Lo-
retta Lynn has big plans for
her 87th birthday this April
I have been gone a hun-
dred years,” she told The
Associated Press.
to get you so much
business, you’re not
to shutdown impasse ‘so simple’
Despite her health The Associated Press
in the form of an all-star
tribute concert featuring problems, including frac-
turing a hip, she has con-
even going to believe it’ WASHINGTON — With the government mired in shutdown week
Jack White, Garth Brooks, President Trump in an address four, President Donald Trump rejected a short-term legislative fix and
George Strait and many tinued to put out music
to the American Farm Bureau dug in for more combat, declaring he would “never ever back down.”
more. and earned a Grammy
Federation on Monday Trump rejected a suggestion to reopen the government for several
The “Coal Miner’s nomination this year for
best country solo per- weeks while negotiations would continue with Democrats over his de-
Daughter” singer-songwrit- The Associated Press
formance for her song mands for $5.7 billion for a long, impregnable wall along the U.S.-Mex-
er on Monday announced ico border. The president also edged further away from the idea of try-
details of the April 1 show “Wouldn’t It Be Great,” NEW ORLEANS
which she wrote about her ing to declare a national emergency to circumvent Congress.
in Nashville, Tennessee, at — President Donald
late husband Oliver “Doo- “I’m not looking to call a national emergency,” Trump said Monday.
the Bridgestone Arena. Trump urged farm-
“This is so simple we shouldn’t have to.”
She released her album little” Lynn. ers Monday to stick
No cracks were apparent in the president’s deadlock with lawmak-
“Wouldn’t It Be Great” last “I sang that song to with him even as
ers after a weekend with no negotiations at all. His rejection of the
year, but hasn’t been per- him,” Lynn said. “It was many grapple with
short-term option proposed by Republican Sen. Lindsay Graham re-
forming publicly since she the last song I sang to the impact of his
moved one path forward, and little else was in sight. Congressional
had a stroke in 2017 and him. And he always said, trade war with China
Republicans were watching Trump for a signal for how to move next,
missed being honored at ‘Honey, that’s a hit.’ I said, and the partial gov-
Trump and Democrats have not budged from their refusal to fund the wall and
the CMT Artists of the ‘Honey, you think so?’” ernment shutdown.
their demand that he reopen government before border talks resume.
Year show last October due Brooks joined her on “No one understands better
to an illness. the stage of the Grand than our great farmers that the
Other artists scheduled Ole Opry, where she was tough choices we make today reap his hourlong address to defending going to be easier for them to get
to perform are Alan Jack- presented with a birthday rewards for centuries to come,” his decision to hold out for billions in.”
son, Trisha Yearwood, cake. The two artists are Trump said, adding that their of dollars to build his long-promised Despite Trump’s assurances,
Little Big Town, Martina close, and Brooks told a “greatest harvest” is yet to come. wall at the southern border, which many farmers are feeling the pinch
McBride, Miranda Lam- story about how he was “We’re doing trade deals that are has resulted in an impasse with from his policies.
bert, Keith Urban, Kacey her date when she was giv- going to get you so much business, Congress and the longest govern- The Agriculture Department,
Musgraves, Brandy Clark, en a lifetime achievement you’re not even going to believe it,” ment shutdown in history. which is affected by the shutdown,
Darius Rucker and the Pis- award from the Recording he said. Trump said the wall was needed is scrambling to blunt its impact on
tol Annies. Academy in 2010. Trump, in an address to the to cut down on illegal immigration, America’s farmers.
100th annual convention of the even though border crossings have Agriculture Secretary Sonny Per-
American Farm Bureau Federation, fallen in recent years, and he said due last week extended the deadline
CONTACTING THE DISPATCH said the American heartland largely that it would lead to immigration
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Reeves: Strong revenue no Mississippi treasurer
reason to ‘spend, spend, spend’ Fitch running
‘I’m not afraid to say ‘no,’ sometimes even tax, a reduction in the personal in-
come tax and a reduction in self-em-
for attorney general
to my friends. And I have no plans to change just ployment taxes.
Reeves, who is running for gov- Current AG, Democrat Jim Hood,
because this is an election year.’ ernor this year to try to succeed
the term-limited Bryant, said he is running for governor this year
By EMILY WAGSTER PET TUS fice. That is a 3.3 percent increase. expects most state agencies will
The Associated Press By EMILY WAGSTER PET TUS
Reeves said most categories receive about the same amount of
The Associated Press
of tax collections, including sales money in the coming year that be-
JACKSON — Re- taxes and individual and corporate gins July 1 as they did in the current
publican Lt. Gov. Tate JACKSON — Mississippi’s sec-
income taxes, are seeing increases. year. He said he expects lawmakers ond-term state treasurer said Mon-
Reeves said Monday “This is in spite of, or some of us to fund a request by the state pen-
that Mississippi tax day that she is running for attorney
would argue because of, the larg- sion system and to approve pay rais- general because she wants to pro-
collections are better est tax cut in Mississippi history es for teachers and state employees. tect gun rights, fight opioid abuse
than expected for the being implemented as we speak,” Reeves, who presides over the and crack down on human traffick-
first half of the bud- Reeves said at a public policy forum state Senate and is one of the top ing.
get year, but he said in Jackson. He said the increases in budget writers, did not offer details
Reeves Republican Lynn Fitch of Ridge-
that doesn’t mean the revenue should not be “an excuse to of how large those raises could be. land is traveling the state this week Fitch
state should spend more money. spend, spend, spend.” Legislators usually set final bud- to discuss her candidacy for the state’s top legal
The state budget year started in Republican Gov. Phil Bryant in gets in late March or early April. job.
July. From then through December, 2016 signed into law a package of “I’m not afraid to say ‘no,’ some- The fourth-term attorney general, Democrat
state revenues were $85.5 million tax cuts that were projected to re- times even to my friends,” Reeves Jim Hood, is running for governor this year.
higher than they were during the duce state revenue by $415 million said. “And I have no plans to change Fitch began her career 34 years ago as an as-
same period a year earlier, accord- over 12 years. It included the phas- just because this is an election sistant attorney general. She has also been a staff
ing to the Legislative Budget Of- ing out of the corporate franchise year.” attorney for the Mississippi House, an attorney in
private practice, deputy director of the Mississip-
pi Department of Employment Security and direc-
tor of the state Personnel Board.
“The broad experience and my skill set of the

SOCSD law, finance, policy and administration have com-
pletely prepared me to serve as your attorney gen-
eral,” Fitch, 57, said Monday at the Capitol.
Continued from Page 1A
Fourth-term Republican state Rep. Mark Bak-
dents feel supported and ing to go and sit in class- er, 56, of Brandon has filed papers to run for at-
prepared for a successful rooms with students who torney general. No Democrat has yet entered the
future,” Peasant said. have and they’re going race.
At the school board to be behind. Those stu- March 1 is candidates’ qualifying deadline for
meeting, Peasant said the dents are going to have statewide, regional, legislative and county offices
houses are focused on ex- the edge on them.” in Mississippi. Party primaries are in August and
posing students to skills the general election is in November.
they will need for careers
within the houses. For
Trussell talks athletics
SOCSD Athletic Di-
example, he said, cours- rector Cheyenne Trussell
es within the health and also spoke to Rotarians
human services house on Monday, providing an
will offer classes that pre-
pare students for careers
overview of the district’s
athletic programs. The
Big winners in Trump
rollback of wetlands
in health sciences, sports
district has more than
medicine, law, public
600 student-athletes who
safety, agriculture and
biomedical fields. Mean-
while, classes in the TEC Alex Holloway/Dispatch Staff
play on 47 teams across
27 sports. rules? Developers
Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District Trussell said the high
will be geared more to- By ELLEN KNICKMEYER
Athletic Director Cheyenne Trussell talks to Starkville school boy’s soccer team
ward careers in construc- Rotarians about the district’s athletic programs. Trus- The Associated Press
defeated Madison Cen-
tion, computer science, sell spoke about the high school boy’s soccer team’s tral, which was ranked
advanced manufacturing, win over No. 1 Madison Central High School and plans WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump
aerospace/unmanned avi- No. 1 nationally at the
for upgrades at various facilities. pointed to farmers Monday as winners from the
ation and engineering. time, on Friday.
administration’s proposed rollback of federal pro-
Peasant and Starkville decide what pathway that district looks to prepare “This was supposed to
tections for wetlands and waterways across the
High School Principal they’re going to take — students as fully as pos- be a rebuilding year,” he
country, describing farmers crying in gratitude
Sean McDonnall noted which academic house sible for life after high said. “We went out and
when he ordered the change.
that though the houses they’re interested in.” school — whether that’s beat the number one team
in the state and number But under long-standing federal law and rules,
will offer different focus- Students won’t be going on to college or farmers and farmland already are exempt from
es to help prepare stu- locked permanently into straight into a career one team in the nation.”
He also spoke about most of the regulatory hurdles on behalf of wet-
dents for various career an academic house once field. lands that the Trump administration is targeting.
paths, they will all meet they select one. Peasant That may involve maintaining a positive
tone and spirit of excel- Because of that, environmental groups long have
the same standards the said the district is still bringing in communi- argued that builders, oil and gas drillers and other
Mississippi Department determining whether ty members to be guest lence in the athletic de-
partment. industry owners would be the big winners if the
of Education requires for students will be able to speakers, or working with government adopts the pending rollback, mak-
earning a high school di- change houses in be- local businesses to secure “The tone of the athlet-
ic department starts with ing it easier to fill in bogs, creeks and streams for
ploma. tween semesters or aca- job shadowing or intern-
me,” he said. “I’m kind of plowing, drilling, mining or building.
The new academic demic years, but the op- ship opportunities for stu-
old-fashioned and I was Government numbers released last month sup-
houses will work in con- tion will be available. dents. He said it is import-
always told if you’ve got port that argument.
junction with a “freshman “We will allow that ant for the district to offer
kids out of place, you’ve Real estate developers and those in other busi-
focus” course the district because that experience those experiences.
is important,” he said. “Our students are leav- got adults out of place.” ness sectors take out substantially more permits
introduced this year. In
that class, Peasant said, “There will be some stu- ing our high school eli- The district is also eye- than farmers for projects impinging on wetlands,
students are introduced dents who think they want gible to get into college, ing upgrades to the video creeks and streams, and they stand to reap the big-
to 16 career clusters that to go into health scienc- or eligible to get into po- board at the high school gest regulatory and financial relief from the Trump
contain all of the various es and then realize they sitions somewhere, but football stadium. Trussell administration’s rollback of wetlands protections.
avenues for work. don’t like seeing blood they’re not really ready said he’d like to see an Speaking to the American Farm Bureau Feder-
“They are exposed to and they need to change.” because they haven’t had upgrade to a Jumbotron ation in New Orleans, Trump told farmers the fed-
those and learn extensive- SOCSD is also looking those experiences,” he similar to the one at Bran- eral protections for waterways and wetlands were
ly about those career clus- at ways to engage more said. “Those students don High School. He said “one of the most ridiculous” regulations.
ters and what’s contained with the community as who are going into col- there are also talks to “It was a total kill on you and other business-
in them,” he said. “That it launches the houses. lege classrooms, if they have a two-sided one that es,” Trump said. He claimed farmers and builders
prepares them for going Peasant said the effort haven’t had relevant expe- could serve both the foot- alike wept in gratitude when he signed an execu-
into their 10th-grade year, should be a “whole com- riences like we’re looking ball and baseball stadi- tive order in 2017, as one of the first official acts of
to be educated as they munity endeavor” as the to offer here, they’re go- ums, which are adjacent. his presidency, directing a rewrite of the wetlands
protections.

Around the state
Sheriff: Resident shot gunpoint with a shotgun, ter the incident around 1 Rayne Byron tells
but that Culver charged a.m. Sunday. WLOX-TV that she plant-
and killed man who the resident when in- Ivy says 67-year-old ed the cabbage in a tire
broke into home formed that deputies were Willie Pulphus was ready and just kept fertilizing
AMORY — Officials on their way. Cantrell says to leave a party and grew and watering the plant.
say a northeast Mississip- the resident then shot impatient with his girl- The cabbage finally
pi man was shot and killed him, and Culver died be- friend when she wouldn’t weighed in at 23 pounds
after he broke into a home fore deputies arrived. go with him. (10.4 kilograms). That’s
and was killed by a resi- The police chief says about 10 times larger than
dent. Pulphus was found to be
Monroe County Sheriff
Police: Man rams house, under the influence and
many cabbages.
Cecil Cantrell tells WT- injuring 5, because later told police he didn’t
Rayne is a student at
East Central Upper Ele-
VA-TV that 38-year-old woman lingered remember what he had
mentary in Moss Point.
Andrew Culver died in a OKOLONA — A north- done.
home near Amory. She was the Mississip-
east Mississippi man is
Cantrell says residents charged with five counts pi winner in the Bonnie
told deputies that they of aggravated assault af-
Big cabbage brings Plants Cabbage Pro-
awoke to growling noises ter police say he intention- college cash for gram , which encourages
and a male resident found ally rammed his car into a Mississippi child third-graders to grow the
Culver in the kitchen house when his girlfriend MOSS POINT — An el- plants.
around 1 a.m. Friday, after wouldn’t leave. ementary school student Now in fourth grade,
Culver appeared to have Okolona Police Chief in Mississippi has earned Rayne says she will save
kicked in the door. Tommie Ivy tells WT- a $1,000 scholarship for her winnings to help pay
The sheriff says the VA-TV that five people growing a massive cab- for college, and she wants
homeowner held Culver at were sent to hospitals af- bage. to study agriculture.

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SLIMANTICS

The Founding Fathers had it right: newspapers are essential
This is going to probably anticipated over bid of Gannett, the nation’s there are some things TV news and whether they can long
sound a bit self-serv- and in another way largest newspaper chain, with does exceptionally well, better endure as a commercial enter-
ing, I realize, but they could not. more than 100 daily newspapers than newspapers — but TV is prise.
newspapers — no President Trump (including USA Today) and ill-equipped to fill the void left But if newspapers cease to
matter the platform has attacked the more than 1,000 weeklies. when a daily newspaper closes exist, something that is happen-
— are essential to press repeatedly, Even before the take-over shop. ing right now all over the coun-
nation’s welfare, calling it “Fake bid, Gannett had built its own A TV news broadcast devotes try, it is a loss not only for those
something our News,” claiming reputation for, uh, austerity, cut- an average of 68 seconds to a who own or invest in news-
Founding Fathers on more than one ting staff to satisfy shareholders news story, which would be papers, but for every citizen
realized from the occasion that jour- at almost all of its properties. only a few paragraphs in print. who relies on them to provide
start. nalists are “enemies Other corporate newspaper TV often provides an overview the news they need to make
In fact, our U.S. of the people,” and companies, McClatchy for of a story, but cannot — and informed decisions about their
Constitution, as Slim Smith suggesting that libel example, are employing similar does not — provide the depth neighborhoods, towns, states,
originally crafted, laws be changed to tactics as newspapers continue of reporting and context that nation and, yes, the world.
was insufficient in restrain the media. to struggle to meet shareholder newspapers alone provide. Again at the risk of sounding
laying out the framework of Politicians have been making demands. Social media, with its ocean self-serving, supporting your
our country. Three years after claims of unfair coverage for Newspapers in Jackson of pseudo-news outlets, can fill local newspaper through sub-
the Constitution was ratified, a generations, but few had taken it (Gannett) and on the coast (Mc- the gap in some respects, but scriptions and advertising is an
group of 10 amendments were to the extreme we see today. Clatchy) are now operating with the lack of accountability often exercise in citizenship.
added to ensure rights that had Trump’s diatribes will some- what can only be described as leads to poor, even dishonest, Thomas Jefferson realized
not been included in the original day pass, of course. skeleton staffs after deep cuts reporting. A reader is as likely this long ago, writing:
document. The greater threat to the free to staffing, especially among its to be misinformed as informed. “The basis of our govern-
The first of those amend- press has nothing to do with most accomplished senior staff. And, of course, when it ments being the opinion of the
ments ensured freedom of politics and everything to do The same thing is happening comes to local news, social people, the very first object
speech and “of the press.” The with economics. all over the country. media is essentially composed should be to keep it. Were it
Founders made specific men- Newspapers throughout Only in the newspaper busi- of little more than gossip. left to me to decide whether we
tion of the press, even though it the country continue to fail. ness would the idea of reducing Years ago, I remember should have a government with-
might have been protected by Many that remain have greatly the quality of its product be remarking to someone that I did out newspapers or newspapers
the “freedom of speech” guar- reduced their staffing as the seen as viable strategy. not know a single well-informed without a government, I should
antee. The Founders wanted newspaper industry struggles to All across the country — in person who did not read a daily not hesitate for a moment to
no ambiguity when it comes survive. big cities and small towns — the newspaper. prefer the latter.”
to a free press. It was just that This week, Alden Global, a loss of the daily newspaper, and I still believe that is true Slim Smith is a columnist and
important. hedge fund with a reputation the unique role it plays, is lead- today. feature writer for The Dispatch.
Today, the press is being at- for milking the newspapers it ing to a less-informed citizenry. There is much speculation His email address is ssmith@
tacked in one way the Founders acquires, made a hostile take- No knock on television — about the future of newspapers cdispatch.com.

OTHER EDITORS

Will Supreme Court
end gerrymandering?
Or protect it?
When North Carolina’s Republican legislative
leaders have seen their work struck down in
court as unconstitutional — as they have many
times — they have frequently responded by
attacking the judge or judges as partisan hacks.
That approach won’t work if the conserva-
tive-leaning U.S. Supreme Court surprises the
nation by throwing out the congressional district
map that N.C. legislators explicitly drew to elect
as many Republicans as possible.
The court on Friday agreed to hear a chal-
lenge to the North Carolina map, as well as
one to a Maryland congressional district. That
was big news, because while the court has
addressed racial gerrymandering, it has never
ruled on whether partisan gerrymandering can
be unconstitutional. In taking these cases, the
court could for the first time establish whether
crafting districts to help one party over the other
is permissible.
Despite the odds, we and most N.C. voters
hope the court does away with the practice or
severely limits it. North Carolina’s leaders ac-
knowledge that they drew the lines to ensure that State of the nation
10 Republicans were elected to the state’s 13 con-
gressional seats. Rep. David Lewis said they did
so “because I do not believe it’s possible to draw
a map with 11 Republicans and two Democrats.”
Such an approach is the height of hubris and
Are we truly one paycheck from disaster?
The partial govern- region, the Florida Pan- again funded. It’s not like getting
an insult to voters, whichever party is in charge. ment shutdown has handle, locals are still fired.
It essentially robs millions of voters of their forced some federal reeling from Hurricane Personal savings represent
voice, since the outcome is preordained. In a workers to move money Michael. money set aside after spending and
more narrow legal sense, it also could violate the around to pay for food Air travelers fret paying taxes. The personal savings
First Amendment right to association, as now-re- and rent. No surprise about unpaid security rate in the U.S. is about 6 percent.
tired Justice Anthony Kennedy argued in 2004. there. What’s shock- personnel not coming It is over 14 percent in France, and
Democracy requires people to join together to ing is the many who to work. Farmers can’t in Germany, it’s nearly 17 percent.
advance their political beliefs. So when a state don’t have the money get loans or other And these are countries in which
makes that nearly impossible, “First Amendment to move. They have no federal aid they depend the citizens don’t have to worry
concerns arise.” financial cushion to on. For a while, the about medical bills.
Long ago Senate president pro tem Phil cover even one month’s IRS wasn’t providing Chinese households save an
Berger, a Republican, co-sponsored five bills over worth of ordinary Froma Harrop income verification for astounding 29 percent of their
eight years to create independent redistricting expenses. folks seeking mort- personal income. That makes their
commissions. Now that his party is in the majori- Don’t they have any gages. It has resumed savings rate nearly five times ours.
ty, he sees no need for change. savings, any savings at all? Consid- doing so. (Wall Street, apparently, One could ask whether people
Unfortunately, it’s hard to be optimistic about er, a government job provides fairly gets service.) who can’t summon up one month’s
the Supreme Court’s view of the N.C. case secure employment. It comes with In this paycheck-to-paycheck mortgage payment from savings
(which is called Rucho vs. Common Cause). The health coverage, paid vacations society, 40 percent of adults told should even have a mortgage. A
conservative justices are not inclined to think the and sick days. And the pay, though a Federal Reserve survey that mortgage implies owning a house.
courts should meddle in states’ political affairs. not princely, is solid. they could not cough up $400 for Suppose the water heater goes out.
When the moderate Kennedy was on the court, But a loan processor at the an emergency without borrowing Where are they going to find $900?
there was a chance he could side with the court’s Agriculture Department says that or selling something. During the Meanwhile, an employee for the
four liberals. His replacement, Brett Kavanaugh, she’ll be going to a church pantry recent holiday season, Americans Transportation Security Admin-
has not ruled on partisan gerrymandering cases for food. An aerospace engineer for on average put over $1,000 on their istration at O’Hare Airport tells a
before, but there’s little reason to think he would NASA — presumably well-paid — credit cards, according to Magni- reporter, “It’s difficult to budget
break with his fellow conservatives in this case. reveals that she’ll have to live off fyMoney’s yearly debt survey. Only things like food, or knowing which
Given his clear partisan leanings revealed in his her credit cards. 42 percent said they’d pay it off bills to pay, when you simply don’t
confirmation hearings, it’s almost certain he Before going on, let’s state that in three months. And 22 percent know when you’ll have money
won’t. this government shutdown is ridic- said they’d be making minimum again.” That’s not how it works.
The court, which will hear arguments in ulous. It’s another stunt by Donald payments. That means it could Budgeting for the basics is some-
March and likely rule by June, will decide only Trump to focus everyone’s atten- take them more than five years to thing one does before an emergen-
if partisan gerrymandering is unconstitutional. tion on a fake crisis. If Trump were pay for one holiday blowout. cy, not during one.
It will not rule on whether it’s a wise practice so set on a wall, he would have The time-honored rule is to There’s no denying that sus-
that benefits this country. Clearly it’s not and it asked the House for the funding sock away three to nine months’ pended paychecks make life hard-
doesn’t. North Carolina should follow the lead of when Republicans held the majori- worth of living expenses for a sud- er for many workers, but you’ve got
several other states that have created indepen- ty — a whole two weeks ago. den setback. That could be loss of to wonder. If Americans in secure
dent commissions, with legislative input, to draw And the shutdown is hurting a job, a natural disaster or a medi- and decently paying government
maps. many more, especially in rural cal crisis. The federal workers’ de- jobs aren’t saving money, who is?
Only then will political seats be won the areas heavily dependent on fed- spair at not getting a paycheck last Froma Harrop, a syndicated
old-fashioned way: By convincing voters you are eral jobs. Stores and utilities are week was especially remarkable columnist, writes for the Providence
the best candidate, on a level playing field. suffering a loss of customers and in that they will receive their full (Rhode Island) Journal. Her e-mail
Charlotte (N.C.) Observer nonpayment of bills. In one such back pay once the government is address is fharrop@gmail.com.
The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com Tuesday, January 15, 2019 5A

Trump birth control coverage Pastor shot to death
rules blocked nationwide while unlocking
Rules would allow more employers to opt out of ruling a “victory for the health and
economic independence of women”
Mississippi church
providing women with no-cost birth control and the rejection of a Trump admin-
istration move to violate a federal ‘Nobody should go out like that,
By MARC LEVY stone wrote, resulting in the in- law that requires insurers to cover
The Associated Press creased use of state-funded con- the services. especially a pastor in God’s home’
traceptive services, as well as “Congress hasn’t changed that Neighborhood resident Chris Austin
HARRISBURG, Pa. — A federal increased costs to state services law, and the president can’t simply
judge on Monday put a nationwide The Associated Press
from unintended pregnancies. ignore it with an illegal rule,” Sha-
hold on Trump administration rules The rules, scheduled to take ef- piro said.
that allow more employers to opt New Jersey later joined Pennsyl- JACKSON — A pastor in Mississippi’s capital
fect Monday, would change a man-
out of providing women with no- vania in suing. city was shot to death while unlocking his small
date under 2010’s Affordable Care
cost birth control. In issuing the injunction, Bee- church for worship services, and his truck was
Act by allowing more employers,
U.S. District Judge Wendy Bee- tlestone wrote in her opinion that stolen, police said.
including publicly traded compa-
tlestone in Philadelphia agreed the states were likely to win their Anthony Longino, 62, was killed Sunday morn-
nies, to opt out of providing no-cost
with a lawsuit originally filed by ing outside New Bethany Missionary Baptist
contraceptive coverage to women lawsuit’s claims that Trump’s ad-
Pennsylvania, citing the potential Church.
by claiming religious objections. ministration violated procedural
harm to states should the rules be A Jackson Police Department spokesman, Sgt.
Some private employers could also requirements for how regulations
Roderick Holmes, said officers learned two men
enforced. now object on moral grounds. must be created and that the rules
confronted Longino while he was opening the
Numerous citizens could lose Pennsylvania’s attorney gener- exceed the scope of authority under
church. Holmes said investigators believe one
contraceptive coverage, Beetle- al, Josh Shapiro, called the court the Affordable Care Act.
of them took the pastor’s 2018 Dodge Ram 2500
pickup and the other fled in an older truck.
Police said Marquez Hamilton, 22, was arrest-
ed late Sunday and charged with capital murder.
It was not immediately clear Monday whether

Complaint: Kidnapping suspect kept Wisconsin girl under bed Hamilton has an attorney.
Chris Austin, a longtime neighborhood res-
ident, told the Clarion Ledger that the church
21-year-old But when Jake Thomas
Patterson left the remote
said. “And at some point,
she found it within herself
cash. Prosecutors say
more charges could come
had good attendance despite being small and ap-
pearing to be in disrepair. Austin said he would
suspect’s bail set cabin on the 88th day of
her captivity, she finally
at 13 years old to say, ‘I’m
going to get myself out of
later.
His defense attorneys,
often see a small but devoted group of parishio-
ners show up to mow the lawn and perform other
at $5 million cash made a break for freedom, this situation.’ I think it’s Charles Glynn and Rich- chores.
authorities said. She put incredible.” ard Jones, have said they “Nobody should go out like that, especially a
By AMY FORLITI on Patterson’s sneakers so The complaint filed might seek a change of pastor in God’s home,” Austin said.
and TODD RICHMOND Longino often talked to Austin and his mother,
hastily that they ended up Monday offered the most venue.
The Associated Press Lisa Austin, who have lived in the neighborhood
on the wrong feet. After a detailed account yet of the “It’s been an emotional
neighbor called 911, Pat- attack on the Closs couple time for this community all their lives.
BARRON, Wis. — For “He was a good man. I would talk to him all the
nearly three months, terson was soon captured and the cruel conditions and a difficult time for this
as he drove around the ru- under which their daugh- community. We don’t take time and he would ask me to come to the church,”
13-year-old Jayme Closs Lisa Austin said.
was forced to hide in a ral area searching for her. ter was held. that lightly. But we have a
“She’s 13 years old, and Patterson, 21, was job to do in protecting our Longino’s killing is Jackson’s sixth homicide in
2½-foot space beneath 2019. In 2018, the city of 167,000 had its highest
her kidnapper’s bed, go- if you read the criminal charged Monday with two client,” Jones said.
homicide rate in more than 20 years.
ing without food, water complaint, you can see the counts of intentional ho- Patterson’s relatives,
Mississippi’s Republican governor, Phil Bry-
or a bathroom for hours, amount of control that he micide, one count of kid- including his father, Pat-
ant, said Monday on Twitter that he will join Jack-
too terrified to flee from a was exerting over her,” napping and one count of rick, declined to comment
son leaders “to stop this violence together or I will
man she knew had fatally Barron County District armed burglary. A judge after his initial court hear- do so as Governor on my own.”
shot both of her parents. Attorney Brian Wright set his bail at $5 million ing. Jackson Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba held
a news conference Monday with police officials to
speak about the killing of Longino and an unrelat-
ed shooting death that occurred Sunday night in
a Walmart parking lot.
Lumumba talked about efforts to proactively
Area obituaries curb violence and called for more camera surveil-
lance of “crime hot spots” within the city.
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Vivian Moss
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proof of death. Please submit
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Mary Tubbs Elementary Schools. County High School
provided by The Commercial PANAMA CITY, Fla. and was formerly
Dispatch. Free notices must — Mary Tubbs, 81, died Patricia Redmond employed as a painter.
Vivian Thomas Moss, 89, of
be submitted to the newspa- Jan. 11, 2019, at Gulf COLUMBUS — Pa- He was a member of St.
Columbus, MS, passed away
per no later than 3 p.m. the Coast Regional Medical tricia Redmond, 80, Paul U.M. Church.
Saturday, January 12, 2019, at
day prior for publication Tues- Center in Panama City, died Jan. 12, 2019, at In addition to his
day through Friday; no later her residence.
Florida. Vineyard Court Nurs- parents, he as preceded
than 4 p.m. Saturday for the Visitation will be Wednesday,
Arrangements are ing Center. in death by his brother,
Sunday edition; and no later January 16, 2019, from 10:00
than 7:30 a.m. for the Monday incomplete and will be A memorial service David Anderson; and AM – 11:00 AM at Fairview
edition. Incomplete notices announced by Carter’s will be held at noon sister, Pearlie Kidgner. Baptist Church, Columbus, MS.
must be received no later than Funeral Services of Saturday at Our Sav- He is survived by A funeral service will follow
7:30 a.m. for the Monday Columbus. ior Lutheran Church. his son, Tony Duck of
through Friday editions. Paid at 11:00 AM with Bro. Sammy
notices must be finalized by 3
A Celebration of Life Washington; sisters, Crawford officiating and Bro.
p.m. for inclusion the next day Ida Belk service will be held Maggie Doyle of Chica- Tommy Gillon assisting. Interment will be at 3:00
Monday through Thursday; and LUBBOCK, Texas — Jan. 27 at Sandy Run go, Illinois and Marie PM at Lena Cemetery, Lena, MS with Lowndes
on Friday by 3 p.m. for Sunday Ida Mae Belk, 90, died Community Center in Cotton of Lansing; and Funeral Home directing.
and Monday publication. For Jan. 13, 2019, at Wedge- Swansea, South Caro- brother, Johnnie “Jack” Mrs. Moss was born August 22, 1929, to the
more information, call 662- wood South Assisted lina. Lowndes Funeral Anderson of Macon. late James Murry and Velma Sessums Thomas,
328-2471.
Living of Lubbock. Home is in charge of Pallbearers will be in Lena, MS and moved to Columbus, MS 54
Graveside services arrangements. Von Hodges, Perry years ago. She was a devoted Christian and faith-
Flora Patterson will be at 11 a.m. Friday Ms. Redmond was Windham, Robert ful member of Fairview Baptist Church for over
MACON — Flora at Mt. Zion Baptist born April 11, 1938, Windham, Montez 40 years. She was a great cook and loved fishing,
Smith Patterson died Church Cemetery. in Lexington, South Windham, Jaquantis Mississippi State Baseball and traveling to the
Jan. 12, 2019, in Jack- Visitation will be from Carolina, to the late Windham and Tim Ivy. mountains. Mrs. Moss worked for Mississippi
son. 4-6 p.m. Thursday at Frank and Azlee Taylor Power for a number of years prior to having chil-
Arrangements are Memorial Gunter Peel Norris. dren. She was a homemaker while her children
incomplete and will be Funeral Home and Cre- In addition to her were young and then taught at St. Mary’s Catho-
announced by Carter’s matory, College Street parents, she was pre- lic School, Columbus, MS for a number of years.
Funeral Services of location. Memorial ceded in death by her In addition to her parents, Mrs. Moss was pre-
Macon. Gunter Peel Funeral sister, Audrey Lillian ceded in death by her husband, Billy B. Moss, Sr;
Home and Crematory, Norris Boylston Farrar. sisters, Dorothy Gunn and Jimmie Garver; and
Gary Walters College Street location She is survived brother, Murry Howell Thomas.
ABERDEEN — Gary is in charge of arrange- by her son, Donald Mrs. Moss is survived by her sons, Bill (Ruth-
Reed Walters, 63, died ments. H. Redmond; sister, ie) Moss, Columbus, MS and Doug (Carole)
Jan. 11, 2019, at his Peggy Knotts; brother, Moss, Caledonia, MS; grandchildren, Justin
residence. Henry Smith Charlie Norris; two (Jessica) Moss, Jana Moss, Jason Harrison, Au-
A memorial service COLUMBUS — Hen- grandchildren; and five drey (Brad) Arinder, Anna (Koby) Bailey and
will be held at 2 p.m. ry A. Smith, 72, died great-grandchildren. Alex (Daniel) McCafferty; great-grandchildren,
Wednesday at Tis- Jan. 14, 2019, at Bap- Memorials may be Ida Mae Belk Savannah Moss, Maris James, Harper McCaf-
dale-Lann Memorial tist Memorial Hospi- made to the American Visitation: ferty, Sophia Moss and Hayes Bailey; and sister,
Funeral Home Chapel tal-Golden Triangle. Cancer Society, 1380 Thursday, Jan. 17 • 4-6 PM Katherine (George) Pace, Rocky Mount, NC.
Memorial Gunter Peel
with the Rev. Bob Se- Arrangements are Livingston Lane, Jack- Funeral Home Pallbearers will be Justin Moss, Jason Harri-
crist officiating. Burial incomplete and will be son, MS 39213. College St. Location son, Daniel McCafferty, Brad Arinder and Koby
announced by Lee- Graveside Services:
will follow at Oddfel- Friday, Jan. 18 • 11 AM Bailey. Honorary pallbearers will be J.B. Cox,
lows Rest Cemetery in Sykes Funeral Home. Joseph Anderson Mt. Zion Baptist
Church Cemetery
Ralph Blackstock, Ray Crosby, Bobby Ward, Dr.
Aberdeen. Visitation MACON — Joseph Burial
Brad Brown and Dr. Ramon Overstreet.
will be two hours prior Carl Brooks Anderson, 66, died Mt. Zion Baptist
Church Cemetery
Memorials may be made to the charity of the
to services at the funer- HUNTSVILLE, Jan. 10, 2019, at Baptist donor choice.
Compliments of
al home. Tisdale-Lann Ala. — Carl Delaney Memorial Hospital in
Memorial Funeral Brooks, 77, died Jan. 14, Jackson. Lowndes Funeral Home
www.lowndesfuneralhome.net
Home is in charge of 2019, at his residence. Services will be at 11
arrangements. Home Going Cele- a.m. Wednesday at St.
Mr. Walters was bration services will Paul U.M. Church with memorialgunterpeel.com
born Sept. 16, 1955, in be at noon Saturday the Rev. R.C. Brown cdispatch.com
Harriman, Tennessee, at Pine Grove Baptist officiating. Burial will
to the late Johnny Reed Church in Carrollton, follow at the church
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Health
Health tip
n Don’t fear coffee. Coffee is high in
antioxidants, and studies show that coffee
drinkers live longer, and have a reduced risk of
type 2 diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s
and numerous other diseases
Source: healthline.com

Health tips from Dr. Oz and Dr. Roizen Mississippi could
see push-pull on
Fiber up, blood tools to do so safely. Research
pressure down
“You are what you eat” is an old
shows that when parents and teens
talk about rules for safe driving and
come to a formal verbal or written
Medicaid expansion
saying originally penned in 1826 By JEFF AMY
agreement, it reduces risky driving The Associated Press
by the gastronomic food-wizard behaviors. Other important steps:
Anthelme Brillat-Savarin in his ■ Set a good example. Teens
essay on the physiology of gout. He JACKSON— Just as the leader of Mississippi’s
who have seen their parents drink Medicaid program cracked open the door Mon-
wrote, “Dis-moi ce que tu manges, and drive are three times more
je te dirai ce que tu es” [Tell me day to the idea of expanding health coverage to
likely to follow in their footsteps. some of the state’s uninsured residents, Lt. Gov.
what you eat, and I will tell you ■ Limit the number of passen-
what you are]. The same could be Tate Reeves seemed to slam it shut.
gers in the car while your teen (up Medicaid Director Drew Snyder told House
said for the trillions of bacteria in Drs. Oz and Roizen to age 18) is driving. Your state
your guts: You are what they eat. Appropriations Committee members Monday
may have graduated driver licens- that the agency continues to hear from hospitals
Researchers have known for a minutes three times a week! Execu- ing (go to www.ghsa.org to find
while that the gut biome needs to about how many patients don’t have insurance.
tive functioning — neurologically out). But if not, make your own law: He said it is looking at ways to address that.
be fed soluble fiber found in grains, One other teen passenger, max. No
based skills involving mental con- “We hear from hospitals telling us that the
veggies and fruits for heart health. driving after 9 p.m.
trol and self-regulation — was what number of uninsured is a problem. I think it’s a
Now they may know (we’d like to
showed notable improvement. The fair concern to think about what’s out there to
see two more human studies) that
very best cognitive improvements ■■■ lower those numbers,” Snyder said when asked
your biome also needs insoluble
came to participants who followed by Democratic Rep. John Hines of Greenville
fiber; it adds bulk to the stool
and helps food pass more quickly
that exercise routine and the DASH Statins need your about whether the state is considering Medicaid
(Dietary Approaches to Stop Hy-
through the stomach and intes-
pertension) diet — a low-sodium,
help to do their job expansion.
That’s a softening of the longtime position
tines, helping to protect your heart When Egyptian Mohamed
high-fiber nutritional plan with lots of Republican Gov. Phil Bryant that Mississippi
from any effects of high blood ElShorbagy became the No. 1
of fruits, vegetables, beans, nuts, shouldn’t expand coverage under the state-fed-
pressure. squash player in the world this year,
low-fat dairy, 100 percent whole eral program. Medicaid provides insurance to
The bacteria that gobble up did his lifelong Mediterranean diet
insoluble fiber produce a fatty acid grains and lean proteins. almost a quarter of Mississippians, mostly chil-
give him an edge? We’re betting
called propionate. According to a While this wasn’t a big/major dren, pregnant women, disabled adults and nurs-
it did. The plant-centric, fiber-rich
study in the journal Circulation, study, it echoes the findings of diet that includes healthy oils, ing home residents.
this (at least in mice) reduces car- another study out of the University legumes, cereals, fish, lean pro- But Reeves, a Republican running for governor
dio problems associated with high of Texas Southwestern Medical teins and not much meat or dairy this year, restated his opposition Monday at a lun-
blood pressure such as abnormal Center that suggested physical provides what you need to have a cheon sponsored by the Mississippi Capital Cor-
enlargement of the heart, an irreg- fitness is associated with stronger healthy heart and very agile mus- respondents Association and Mississippi State
ular heartbeat and atherosclerosis. neuron fibers and better executive cles and bones. University’s Stennis Institute of Government.
Insoluble fiber comes from eat- function in folks with mild cogni- But you don’t have to be a “I will remain opposed to any call for
ing foods such as beans, 100 per- tive impairment. Other research competitive athlete to reap the Obamacare expansion, no matter what other
cent whole wheat or bran products, also has found that aerobic exercise amazing benefits of the Mediterra- name or what other form you want to call it,”
green beans, potatoes, cauliflower increases the volume of the hippo- nean diet. If you have had a heart Reeves said.
and nuts. So, if you have high blood campus, the brain region responsi- attack or stroke and are taking a
pressure (75 million Americans ble for memory. statin to help lower your lousy LDL
do) feed the little guys insoluble cholesterol level and avoid a future
fiber — and you may get unbeliev- ■■■ blockage or clot, the Med diet can
ably big rewards. Not only may help save your life.
Health Brief
insoluble fiber protect your cardio Safer teen drivers Unfortunately, many folks who OCH announces new
system, it’s part of a brain-boosting In the 1950 driver’s education take a statin think it’s a green light
diet as well! film, “Last Date,” actor Dick York for eating inflammatory, high-sat-fat
Marketing/PR Coordinator
plays Nick, a bad boy who drives foods. One study in JAMA Internal OCH has hired Bekah Rhett, a
■■■ recklessly. A peer warns Nick that Medicine found that caloric and fat recent MSU graduate with a degree
he’s destined to commit “teeni- intake increases significantly (9.6 in communication, as its new mar-
keting and public relations coordi-
Exercise your brain power cide,” defined in the film as “the percent and 14.4 percent respective-
nator.
“You can’t separate the mind fine art of killing yourself, and may- ly) over time for folks taking statins!
be someone else, with an automo- If that’s you, cut it out and listen She will manage OCH social
and body,” Jack LaLanne once told
bile before you reach the age of 20.” up! In a new study in the Interna- media accounts and community
USA Today. The Godfather of Mod-
Predictably, a subsequent joyride tional Journal of Cardiology, Italian outreach efforts, and will oversee
ern Fitness, he lived to be 96 and
ends with Nick dead and his date researchers found that combining the purchase of promotional items, Rhett
learned early in life that exercise
Jeanne disfigured for life. statins and a Mediterranean diet according to a OCH press release emailed Friday.
(combined with proper nutrition)
could give your body and mind a Nearly 70 years later, teens are reduces body-wide inflammation
significantly younger RealAge. In going on fewer formal dates, but ve- big time. That’s good news if you’ve
his heyday, critics called LaLanne a hicular accidents are still a leading previously had a cardiovascular
nut and a charlatan, but it turns out cause of death, according to study event because if you’ve got a lot of
he was right. published in the New England Jour- inflammation, your risk of prema-
A study in the journal Neurology nal of Medicine. In 2016, more than ture death doubles!
reveals that sedentary folks 55 and 4,000 U.S. children and adolescents Mehmet Oz, M.D. is host of “The
older with cognitive impairment were killed in car crashes — al- Dr. Oz Show,” and Mike Roizen,
(difficulty concentrating, making most 11 a day. And teen drivers are M.D. is Chief Wellness Officer and
decisions or remembering) can nearly three times more likely than Chair of Wellness Institute at Cleve-
turn back the clock nine years in older drivers to be in a fatal crash. land Clinic. To live your healthiest,
just six months by doing aerobic That doesn’t mean teens tune into “The Dr. Oz Show” or visit
exercise (walking, cycling) for 35 shouldn’t drive, but they need the www.sharecare.com.

CVB
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reached this milestone,” over whether to expand the amount CVB oper-
CVB board president De- the number of restau- ated with 15 years ago,
Witt Hicks said after the rants required to collect Hicks said.
vote. “We passed (the in- it. In Fiscal Year 2017, it “We’ll just have to be
terlocal agreement). So it raised almost $2 million, smart and frugal. But
should be smooth sailing which was split between we’ve done it before and
from here on out.” the CVB for tourism de- we can do it again,” Car-
Voting on the agree- velopment and the Gold- penter said. “The un-
Hicks Carpenter known is what’s hard.
ment took place with- en Triangle Development
out discussion from the LINK for economic devel- would be citywide and But now that we have the
board. Lowndes County opment. The nearly $1.7 would provide $700,000 numbers, we can work
Board of Supervisors million CVB received directly to city and coun- with that.”
President Harry Sanders made up more than 90 ty recreation, as well as
and Columbus Mayor percent of its budget, $250,000 to The LINK
Robert Smith were pres- and the organization was and the remainder to
ent for the meeting, but forced to slash expenses CVB.
did not speak. and downsize staff after CVB Executive Direc-
The previous coun- the tax expired. tor Nancy Carpenter said
ty-wide restaurant tax This iteration of the the organization will op-
expired in June 2018 after tax, which is now before erate with $775,000 this
the Legislature did not re- the Legislature and is year, if the legislation is
new it due to an argument expected to be approved, renewed. That is about

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provements throughout “It’s always a good ing out there that we can
the district. Board Presi- thing to get $100,000,” really use for projects. It
dent Jason Spears said the Spears said. “It’s taken would go into the district
Sanderson money would some time; here we are maintenance fund, to help
provide a good start to- six years later this com- obviously some of these
ward addressing those ing to a conclusion. Those projects like the capital
projects. dollars have been hang- improvement plan.”

Shannon
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sissippi Public Records requests, citing the doc- interim superintendent
Act, requested copies of uments are related to a between February 2018,
both the termination let- personnel matter and when the district fired for-
ter and the appeal hear- therefore protected from mer superintendent Phil-
ing transcript. CMSD disclosure. ip Hickman, and when
officials denied those Shannon served as Labat was hired in June.
Sports
WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL: No. 7 Mississippi State 85, Auburn 59
SPORTS EDITOR
Adam Minichino

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Bulldogs turn up pressure to beat Tigers for 20th straight SEC win
By Adam Minichino crowd of 1,908 at Auburn Are- GAME 18 unable to establish in the first sist from Howard.
aminichino@cdispatch.com na. half. “I thought we made good
n No. 15 South Carolina, 6
“We had talked about stop p.m. Thursday (ESPN; WKBB-FM “Like coach said, we just decisions when we got down
AUBURN, Ala. — Pushing there,” Schaefer said. “I thought
getting it across halfcourt and 100.9) tried to stay off the sidelines
the tempo can be the best weap- Jazz was really good tonight. It
running over there to the side- and get to the middle of the floor
on against an opponent that
line and trying to get it to a point
Inside and get a layup or a 10-footer, is a lot to do out there, and there
loves to use pressure defense. n NOTEBOOK: McCowan reverts is no time to take a play off.
guard,” MSU coach Vic Schae- so that is what we did,” senior
But the No. 7 Mississippi to old form. Page 2B She played 33 minutes tonight,
State women’s basketball team fer said. “If we go get a 10-footer point guard Jazzmun Holmes
early, let’s get a 10-footer early. said. “It was just attacking.” which is not as much as she usu-
found the answer to Auburn’s ally does.”
zone press in the third quar- We had 13 turnovers at halftime McCowan triggered the run
won their 20th-straight SEC MSU continued to force the
ter Monday and then put its and we had half of that in the with an offensive rebound put-
regular-season game. issue for the rest of the quarter
foot down on the gas pedal and second half. We obviously took back. Holmes (eight points,
to the tune of a 26-17 advantage
didn’t look back. much better care of the ball.” Crystal Primm scored on a five assists) and Anriel Howard that pushed the lead to 64-45 af-
Teaira McCowan had game Jessika Carter had 14 points layup off a turnover to help Au- (seven points, eight rebounds, ter three quarters. In all, MSU
highs of 22 points and 10 re- off the bench to help No. 7 MSU burn (14-3, 2-2) cut the deficit five assists) followed with jump- had 10 of its fast-break points in
bounds to lead four players in improve to 16-1 and 4-0 in the to 40-32 with 8 minutes, 39 sec- ers. Danberry scored on a layup the second half.
double figures in No. 7 MSU’s SEC. Chloe Bibby added 11 onds to go in the third quarter. in which she nearly went the Auburn coach Terri Wil-
85-59 victory in a Southeast- points, and Jordan Danberry MSU then used a 10-0 run to length of the floor. She capped liams-Flournoy said MSU is
ern Conference game before a had 10 for the Bulldogs, who gain the separation it had been the run with a layup off an as- See WIN, 2B

MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Syracuse Gamecocks
stuns Duke start 3-0 in
in overtime SEC play
By PETE IACOBELLI
By JOEDY McCREARY The Associated Press
The Associated Press
COLUMBIA, S.C. — South
DURHAM, N.C. — Syracuse Carolina coach Frank Martin kept
packed its patented 2-3 zone de- saying as the awful losses piled up
fense around Zion Williamson, and that his young team needed time to
dared a depleted Duke team to win develop.
from the 3-point line. The Gamecocks are playing like
Without shooter Cameron Red- that time has arrived.
dish, the top-ranked Blue Devils South Carolina (8-7), which lost
couldn’t do it. And without point to mid-majors in Stony Brook and
guard Tre Jones, their defense Wofford in November, is arguably
couldn’t pressure the Orange, ei- the biggest early season surprise in
ther. the Southeastern Conference. The
Tyus Battle scored a season-high Gamecocks are tied atop the league
32 points, and Syracuse rattled standings at 3-0 with No. 3 Tennes-
Duke in overtime in a 95-91 upset see and No. 18 Mississippi.
on Monday night— the Blue Devils’ Matt Bush/USA TODAY Sports South Carolina rallied late at
first home loss as a No. 1 team to Mississippi State guard Lamar Peters (2) will help lead the No. 24 Bulldogs tonight against Florida, then knocked off No. 24
an opponent other than North Car- Florida (6 p.m.; SEC Network; WKBB-FM 100.9 and WFCA-FM 107.9). Mississippi State in overtime. The
olina. Gamecocks kept things going Sun-

CONTINUING TO FIGHT
With Reddish out with flu-like day with an 85-75 win over Missou-
symptoms and Jones suffering a ri that moved them to 3-0 in the
right shoulder injury roughly 5½ SEC for just the third time in 28
minutes in — which coach Mike league seasons.
Krzyzewski said will keep him “out “We want to keep fighting,”
for a while” — the Blue Devils were South Carolina senior forward
down two starters and became a No. 24 Mississippi State looks to join SEC win column in home game with Florida Chris Silva said.
completely different team. There didn’t seem to be a lot
The Orange took full advantage,
By Scot t Walters last year,” MSU junior guard fidence, either. It’s all about fight in these Gamecocks before
swalters@cdispatch.com Lamar Peters said. “We’re a how you prepare and just go
forcing the Blue Devils to attempt conference play. They dropped a
a school-record 43 3-pointers. They better team right now. That forward.” 77-72 exhibition game to Division II
STARKVILLE — While just comes with the game After being ranked No.
made only nine for a percentage of Augusta and were stunned at home
recent times have been — you take a few losses. It’s 14 nationally a week ago, the
20.9. by Stony Brook, 83-81, in the regu-
And RJ Barrett finished with tough for the Mississippi all about how you bounce now No. 24 Bulldogs look lar season’s second game.
23 points, but was 4 of 17 from State men’s basketball team, back. You don’t let it over- for their first Southeastern Wofford routed South Carolina
3-point range — the second-most players and coaches alike whelm you. The guys in the Conference victory against 81-61 two weeks later and set off
3s ever taken by a Duke player and think the best is yet to come. locker room still have their Florida at 6 tonight at Hum- alarm bells for many fans. Martin
the most since Bobby Hurley’s 18 “We know that we’re in confidence and coach [Ben phrey Coliseum. didn’t panic, knowing he had nine
against California in 1993. a better place than we were Howland] never lost his con- See MEN, 2B newcomers on the roster.

PREP SOCCER

Starkville enhances playoff chances with win over Madison Central
By Scot t Walters gion 4 play. night, I felt like we were locked of that.” tion went away,” Coward said.
swalters@cdispatch.com For this achievement, the in from the beginning of the Starkville has struggled to “Scoring first changed every-
Starkville soccer team is be- match.” gain a foothold in the Class 6A thing. It just gave the team a
STARKVILLE — For the totally different level of confi-
ing recognized today as The Getting the buy-in may have landscape. With arguably the
Starkville High School boys’ dence. After that, it was play
Dispatch’s Prep Players of the been more difficult than usual state’s two best programs in the
soccer team, the mountain defense and hold on.”
Week. Friday night. Madison Central region — Madison Central and
climb has been steep and long. Junior defender Peyton Rog-
Starkville is now on the door- entered the match as a heavy Northwest Rankin — in the re-
Finally Friday night at Yel- ers had the shutout in goal.
low Jacket Stadium, Starkville step of advancing to postseason favorite for this season’s state gion, a playoff berth has been a
play for the first time in six sea- championship. The Jaguars pipe dream, at best. Coward calls Rogers “easily the
saw its opportunity and seized team’s best player” and a “Divi-
the moment. sons of Class 6A competition. won 6-0 on Dec. 7 in Madison. That finally changed when
sion I soccer prospect.”
Starkville shook up the state “It just felt great,” Starkville “After we fell down 2-0 in junior Maverick Brasher
Coward estimates that Rog-
with a 1-0 win over a Madison coach J.T. Coward said. “All that match, I felt like we really scored from about 20 feet out
ers had 15 saves in the win
Central squad, which came in year, we have talked about com- gave up,” Coward said. “That’s roughly 20 minutes into the Friday night. The biggest save
ranked No. 1 nationally. peting for a full match. This what we were preaching all match. While there was still came when a free kick was
The victory moved this sea- team has a lot of heart. They week in practice leading up three-fourths of the match to turned away in the final minute
son’s Yellow Jackets to 13-2 play aggressive soccer. They to the rematch. Just compete. be played, the whole outlook for of play.
overall and 1-1 in Mississippi work well together. However, Just play hard. Don’t get down. the Starkville season changed “We are built on defense,”
High School Activities Associ- sometimes you lack confidence Fight until the final whistle. Re- on a dime. Coward said, “We have a strong
ation (MHSAA) Class 6A, Re- for whatever reason. Friday ally thought we did a great job “It was like years of frustra- See SOCCER, 2B
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WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL: No. 7 Mississippi State 85, Auburn 59

McCowan helps Bulldogs dominate down low
By Adam Minichino the field, 6-for-6 from the free- za-Hunter said. “I know there are
aminichino@cdispatch.com throw line) and six rebounds in 17 times in practice when we don’t re-
minutes. ally do that, and that probably was a
AUBURN, Ala. — Teaira Mc- Andra Espinoza-Hunter played great example of finishing the play
Cowan said she didn’t feel any dif- 14 minutes and had seven points. out.”
ferent Monday night. Myah Taylor, Xaria Wiggins, Nyah Espinoza-Hunter has logged sev-
Statistically, there really wasn’t Tate, and Bre’Amber Scott also con- en minutes in the last two games
much difference in the senior’s pro- tributed to MSU’s 58 minutes off after not playing against Kentucky.
duction because she finished with the bench. The Bulldogs won the She played five minutes in the loss
another double-double. battle of the bench points 27-19. to Oregon and then played 21, 18,
Still, there was no denying Mc- “I am really proud of our bench,” and 12 minutes in the next three
Cowan appeared more comfortable MSU coach Vic Schaefer said. “I games. She said she continues to
and aggressive and, as a result, was thought our bench played well to- work on her shooting before or af-
more efficient. McCowan was 9-for- night. I thought they played some ter practice so she will be ready to
10 from the field en route to a game- really meaningful minutes, and do whatever Schaefer needs.
high 22-point effort Monday night we’re going to need that.”
in the No. 7 Mississippi State wom-
en’s basketball team’s 85-59 victory
Espinoza-Hunter said bench play
like the reserves delivered Monday
Notes
MSU, which entered the game
against Auburn before a crowd of night can give Schaefer confidence leading the SEC in field goal per-
1,908 at Auburn Arena. to know he can rest the starters and centage (50.4), shot 52.7 percent
“I just know I had to focus on not have things break down. She (29-for-55) in the win. It was the
making the stick backs or making feels all of the bench players are second-highest percentage against
the basket when my teammates gaining confidence and growing Auburn this season. Tennessee shot
were giving me the ball,” said Mc- more comfortable in their roles. 54 percent from the field in a 78-69
Cowan, who was coming off a 7-for-
victory against Auburn on Jan. 3. …
16 shooting effort from the field in Impressing in other ways Auburn recorded 15 steals for its
MSU’s 80-71 victory against Geor- Schaefer said recently that 13th game with 10 or more. The Ti-
gia on Sunday. The 6-foot-7 center bench players don’t need to impress gers also forced their 14th opponent
capitalized on her size advantage him by scoring. The veteran coach into 20 or more turnovers. Auburn
and the foul trouble of Auburn post would just as soon see one of his has forced 20 or more turnovers the
player Unique Thompson to snare reserves take a charge or assist a last nine games. The 20 points the
10 rebounds (four offensive) and teammate by playing help-side de- Tigers scored off turnovers by the
to help MSU win the rebounding fense. Bulldogs tied for the third-lowest
battle 43-24. The Bulldogs also had Espinoza-Hunter and Scott were total this season. … MSU redshirt
a 44-20 edge in points in the paint. part of a sequence that demonstrat- junior center Zion Campbell had
The 44 points was the most the Ti- ed the Bulldogs’ bench players her right foot in a walking boot.
gers have allowed in that specialty understand what Schaefer wants. … Thompson entered the game
category this season. Auburn en- Espinoza-Hunter started the se- as Auburn’s second-leading scor-
tered the game having won that stat quence by missing a 3-pointer from er (13.2 points per game). She had
in 14 games. the right wing. Anriel Howard at- only two points and didn’t attempt a
The double-double was McCow- tempted to grab the rebound and shot from the field. She was saddled
an’s 14th of the season and 53rd of put up a shot but couldn’t convert. with foul trouble most of the night
her career. Scott rebounded Howard’s shot and and finished with four. … McCowan
missed. The loose ball deflected to was 4-for-4 from the free-throw line
Bench provides production the left to the other side of the court, to break a tie with Sophie Ratliff for
One game after four bench play- where Espinoza-Hunter tracked it 10th on the program’s all-time list
ers logged only 16 minutes and down. The hustle paid off as Carter for free throws made. McCowan
scored one point, the Bulldogs’ re- ended the sequence with a layup off now has 294.
serves played a much bigger role. an assist from Jazzmun Holmes. Follow Dispatch sports editor
Freshman center Jessika Carter “I think that’s a perfect example Adam Minichino on Twitter @
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“very hard to defend” in had 14 games with 20 or ter when we went on our Cheap thrills.
part because of its size more points off turnovers. runs, we had a lot of en- Go for a walk.
advantage with McCow- Against MSU, they had 18 ergy on defense, we were
an and Carter, who are points early in the third making our rotations the
6-foot-7 and 6-4. She said quarter. way we were supposed to
Holmes and Danberry Daisa Alexander led be doing it. Every time
also can hurt you because Auburn with 18 points and they got easy buckets
they can get to their spots five rebounds. She also in transition we weren’t
“It is just a tough game had three steals. Janiah doing what we were sup-
to continue to play that McKay, the team’s senior posed to on defense.”
way,” Williams-Flournoy point guard, was 3-for-14 Conversely, MSU at-
said. “They got some from the field and had tacked Auburn’s pressure
transition buckets there six points. Primm had 14 better in the second half.
that kind of blew the lead points and seven steals, Schaefer said he pointed
a little bit.” but starters Unique out at halftime that the
Auburn still forced 20 Thompson and Erin How- Tigers had a 30-22 edge
turnovers and converted ard didn’t attempt a shot in shots from the field. He
those mistakes into a 20- from the field and com- said he was pleased to see
15 advantage in points. bined for only two points. the Bulldogs force the is-
The Tigers entered the “I think it just came sue and pull away.
game having won the down to defense (in the Follow Dispatch sports
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backline and we are set in goal. So once have good leadership. This team always
we can get some momentum going in a shows a lot of heart.”
match, we play well. You could tell we Starkville’s other loss was a 4-1 set-
got Madison Central frustrated. They back to No. 2 Tupelo on Dec. 18.
were bickering. They were having a With both matches against Madison
hard time getting quality shots on goal.” Central now in the books, the region
The Starkville squad is a mix of veter- schedule wraps up with a match apiece
ans and talented newcomers. The Yel- against Murrah and Northwest Rankin
low Jackets have six seniors. However, each of the next two weeks.
sophomore Lawson Dale leads the team A victory over Madison Central gives
with 19 goals scored, while eighth grad- the team a huge leg up in trying to make
er Ethan Pulliam is next with five goals. the playoffs. Two of the region’s four
While he does not normally figure teams will qualify.
into the offensive attack, Coward was “Northwest Rankin may have taken a
proud of Brasher’s goal. step back this year,” Coward said. “They
“(Brasher) never stops running,” still have an excellent team, but we
Coward said. “He goes everything, go- should be able to line up and compete.
ing 110 percent. Sometimes, he goes After beating Madison Central, the kids
too hard and his teammates complain. are hungry. They know we can do what
However, that is just the type of kid he we need to do the rest of the way to get
is. He goes hard after every challenge. in.”
Overall, we aren’t a big team, not tall at Follow Dispatch sports writer Scott
all. But we are super aggressive and we Walters on Twitter @dispatchscott

Men
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A week ago, the Bull- games) so — just have to said. They’re a team, in
dogs were riding high as bounce back and we’re terms of defensive effi-
conference play began get our confidence back ciency, is in the top 10 in
with a nine-game overall and get our first win in a lot of different areas.
win streak. the SEC.” They’ll show a 1-2-2 press
Those good times are MSU (12-3, 0-2) will be every time they score and
a distant memory after trying to reverse this sea- go back to their man-to-
an 87-82 overtime loss at son’s fortunes, as well as man matching up with
South Carolina and an 81- recent misfortune in this anybody. They’re not
77 home loss to Ole Miss. series. matching up with a spe-
Still fighting to make Florida (9-6, 1-2) has cific position. They’re
the NCAA tournament for won eight straight meet- matching up with the
the first time this decade, ings in the series. The players in their own area.
the Bulldogs are reeling Gators have lost twice at They do some different
after losing twice against home — to South Caroli- things that you don’t see
underdog opponents. na (71-69) and Tennessee a lot from other teams,
“We’re just moving on (78-67). The lone confer- which you are pointing
to the next game,” MSU ence win was at Arkansas out.”
senior guard Quinndary (57-51). Follow Dispatch sports
Weatherspoon said. “We “They’re really good writer Scott Walters on
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briefly CALENDAR Basketball Monday’s Games
No games scheduled
Today’s Games
NFC
L.A. Rams at New Orleans, 2:05 p.m. (FOX)
AFC
NBA Arkansas at Tennessee, 6 p.m. (ESPN2) New England at Kansas City, 5:40 p.m. (CBS)
Local Prep Basketball
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W L Pct GB
Florida at Mississippi State, 6 p.m.
(SEC Network)
Kentucky at Georgia, 6 p.m. (ESPN)
Pro Bowl
Sunday, Jan. 27
MSMS soccer splits doubleheader with Vardaman Today’s Games Toronto
Philadelphia
33 12 .733 —
28 16 .636 4½
LSU at Ole Miss, 8 p.m. (SEC Network)
Wednesday’s Games
At Orlando, Fla.
The MSMS Lady Waves soccer team defeated the Vardaman AFC vs. NFC, 2 p.m. (ABC/ESPN)
Forest Hill at Columbus Boston 25 18 .581 7 South Carolina at Vanderbilt, 6 p.m.
Rams 6-0 Monday at the Columbus Downtown Soccer Complex in a Brooklyn 22 23 .489 11 (SEC Network) Super Bowl
New Hope at Louisville New York 10 33 .233 22 Auburn at Texas A&M, 6 p.m. (ESPNU)
1A-2A-3A non-district match up. Southeast Division Alabama at Missouri, 8 p.m. (SEC Network)
Sunday, Feb. 3
Senior Amber Means led scorers with 3 goals. Erin Williams, Itawamba AHS at Caledonia W L Pct GB Thursday’s Games
At Atlanta
AFC champion vs. NFC champion, 5:30 p.m.
Tierah Macon, and Niyah Troup each had a goal. Mia Riddley had an Noxubee County at Vardaman Miami
Charlotte
21 20 .512 —
20 23 .465 2
No games scheduled (CBS)
Friday’s Games
assist. Noxapater at Hamilton
“We are pleased with the way this group continues to grow as a Heritage Academy at Magnolia Heights
Orlando
Washington
Atlanta
19 24 .442 3
18 26 .409 4½
13 30 .302 9
No games scheduled
Saturday’s Games
Florida at Georgia, 11 a.m. (WCBI)
Hockey
team,” said coach Chuck Yarborough. “Our communication on the field
Starkville Academy at Leake Academy
Central Division
W L Pct GB
Arkansas at Ole Miss, Noon (SEC Network) NHL
and possession game continue to improve, and we are seeing players Milwaukee 30 12 .714 —
Alabama at Tennessee, 1 p.m. EASTERN CONFERENCE
growing more comfortable in a system as opposed to in a position. I’m Oak Hill Academy at Kirk Academy Indiana 28 14 .667 2
Missouri at Texas A&M, 2:30 p.m.
(SEC Network)
Atlantic Division
GP W L OT Pts GF GA
Detroit 18 24 .429 12
also happy to see our scoring spread more broadly across the roster.” Thursday’s Game Chicago 10 33 .233 20½
Kentucky at Auburn, 3 p.m. (ESPN) Tampa Bay 46 35 9 2 72 189 133
South Carolina at LSU, 5 p.m. (SEC Network) Toronto 45 28 15 2 58 161 128
Goalkeepers Clara Grady and Camryn Mason combined for 4 Winston Academy at Columbus Christian Cleveland 9 35 .205 22 Mississippi State at Vanderbilt, 7:30 p.m. Boston 46 26 15 5 57 133 119
WESTERN CONFERENCE
saves to preserve the clean sheet. (SEC Network) Montreal 47 25 17 5 55 141 141
Friday’s Games Southwest Division
Sunday’s Games Buffalo 46 23 17 6 52 133 137
MSMS improved to 5-1-1. W L Pct GB
No games scheduled
In the boys game, MSMS lost 6-0. Tupelo at Columbus Houston 25 18 .581 — Florida 44 17 19 8 42 138 160

“Our lack of experience showed tonight against a solid playoff New Hope at Leake Central
San Antonio
New Orleans
25 20 .556
20 23 .465
1
5
Monday’s Women’s Detroit
Ottawa
47 17 23 7 41 133 160
46 17 24 5 39 143 178
team,” said coach Morri Mims. “Vardaman capitalized on our mental Dallas 20 23 .465 5 Major Scores Metropolitan Division
Caledonia at Pontotoc Memphis 19 24 .442 6 EAST GP W L OT Pts GF GA
mistakes. We were able to build attacks but just didn’t finish.” Starkville High at Madison Central Northwest Division Delaware St. 71, NC Central 61 Washington 45 27 13 5 59 155 132
W L Pct GB Mount St. Mary’s 84, CCSU 53 Columbus 45 27 15 3 57 148 139
MSMS fell to 2-5. NC A&T 51, Md.-Eastern Shore 49
MSMS returns to Region play at Choctaw Central Thursday night. West Point at Grenada Denver
Oklahoma City
29 13 .690 —
26 16 .619 3 Robert Morris 89, LIU Brooklyn 37
Pittsburgh 45 25 14 6 56 161 132
N.Y. Islanders 44 25 15 4 54 134 117
n Victory Christian wins in basketball: Victory Christian beat Noxubee County at Kosciusko Portland 26 19 .578 4½ Sacred Heart 49, Bryant 48
St. Francis Brooklyn 78, St. Francis (Pa.) 65
Carolina 45 22 18 5 49 123 130
Utah 24 21 .533 6½ N.Y. Rangers 45 18 20 7 43 126 157
Russell Christian 83-71 in boys’ basketball action Monday night. Okolona at Aberdeen Minnesota 21 22 .488 8½ Wagner 71, Fairleigh Dickinson 59 New Jersey 45 18 20 7 43 136 153
Pacific Division SOUTH
For Victory Christian (16-3), Andrew Bishop had 33 points, while Heritage Academy at Starkville Academy W L Pct GB Grambling St. 61, Alcorn St. 56
Philadelphia 46 17 23 6 40 130 164
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Solomon Hill had 21 points and 18 rebounds and Dallas Colom had 18 Golden State 29 14 .674 — MVSU 64, Alabama St. 62
Oak Hill Academy at Central Holmes Academy L.A. Clippers 24 18 .571 4½ Mississippi St. 85, Auburn 59
Central Division
points. L.A. Lakers 23 21 .523 6½ Norfolk St. 57, Bethune-Cookman 50
GP W L OT Pts GF GA
n Starkville Academy basketball sweeps Columbus Columbus Christian at Starkville Christian Sacramento 23 21 .523 6½ SC State 75, Coppin St. 59
Winnipeg 45 29 14 2 60 156 128
Nashville 47 27 16 4 58 145 122
Christian: At Starkville, the Starkville Academy basketball teams swept Saturday’s Games Phoenix 11 33 .250 18½ Southern U. 76, Jackson St. 74
MIDWEST Dallas 46 23 19 4 50 121 122
Columbus Christian Academy Monday night at home. Colorado 46 21 17 8 50 157 147
Mooreville at Caledonia Monday’s Games Iowa 81, Minnesota 63
Ohio St. 65, Michigan St. 55 Minnesota 45 22 20 3 47 128 132
In the opener, the Lady Volunteers took a 44-30 victory. In the Brooklyn 109, Boston 102
Columbus girls at Warren Central Houston 112, Memphis 94 SOUTHWEST St. Louis
Chicago
44 20 20 4 44 125 135
48 16 23 9 41 142 179
nightcap, the Volunteers erased a 17-point deficit for a 40-39 victory. Charlotte 108, San Antonio 93 Alabama A&M 78, Ark.-Pine Bluff 52
Dre’ Frazier had nine points for the SA boys (9-10), while Lillee Starkville High at Choctaw County Classic Utah 100, Detroit 94 FAR WEST Pacific Division
Sacramento 115, Portland 107 Montana St. 79, N. Colorado 66 GP W L OT Pts GF GA
Alpe had 14 points and Mary Peyton Passons had 10 points for the SA Okolona at Noxubee County Calgary 47 30 13 4 64 173 133
New Orleans 121, L.A. Clippers 117
Today’s Games No. 7 Mississippi State 85, San Jose 47 27 13 7 61 167 141
girls (16-7). Monday’s Games Minnesota at Philadelphia, 6 p.m. Auburn 59 Vegas 48 28 16 4 60 146 127
Columbus boys, Starkville High boys at Rumble Phoenix at Indiana, 6 p.m. MISSISSIPPI ST. (16-1): Bibby 3-9 2-3 11, Edmonton 46 22 21 3 47 133 146

Mississippi State Oklahoma City at Atlanta, 6:30 p.m. Howard 2-7 3-4 7, McCowan 9-10 4-4 22, Dan- Anaheim 46 19 18 9 47 112 140
in the South (St. Andrew’s) Miami at Milwaukee, 7 p.m. berry 5-8 0-1 10, Holmes 3-5 2-2 8, Carter 4-4 Vancouver 47 21 21 5 47 136 148
Golden State at Denver, 8 p.m. 6-6 14, Espinoza-Hunter 2-6 2-2 7, Scott 0-2 Arizona 45 20 22 3 43 116 130
Five spring enrollees join soccer program East Webster at Oak Hill Academy Chicago at L.A. Lakers, 9:30 p.m. 1-2 1, Tate 0-1 0-0 0, Taylor 0-2 2-4 2, Wiggins Los Angeles 46 18 25 3 39 105 136
Wednesday’s Games 1-1 1-2 3, Totals 29-55 23-30 85.
STARKVILLE – Five new student-athletes have begun classes this Next Tuesday’s Games Orlando at Detroit, 6 p.m. AUBURN (14-3): Howard 0-0 0-0 0, NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for
Brooklyn at Houston, 7 p.m. overtime loss. Top three teams in each division
semester as members of the Mississippi State soccer program. MSU Sulligent at New Hope Milwaukee at Memphis, 7 p.m.
Thompson 0-0 2-2 2, Alexander 7-13 3-6 18,
McKay 3-14 0-1 6, Primm 6-15 2-7 14, Jackson and two wild cards per conference advance to
added two goalkeepers and three field players for 2019. Shannon at Caledonia Toronto at Boston, 7 p.m. 0-0 0-0 0, White 0-0 0-0 0, Benton 1-6 1-2 3, playoffs.
San Antonio at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. Moore 6-11 0-0 16, Sanders 0-0 0-0 0, Totals
Alyssa Austin (Cypress, Texas), Madison Cotta (Tulare, California),
Nanih Waiya at West Lowndes Cleveland at Portland, 9 p.m. 23-59 8-18 59. Monday’s Games
Katie Moore (Charlotte, North Carolina), Ryann Mushkin (New Canaan, New Orleans at Golden State, 9:30 p.m. Mississippi St. 22 16 26 21 —85 New Jersey 8, Chicago 5
Connecticut) and Emily Samisch (Collierville, Tennessee) are the first West Point at Starkville High Utah at L.A. Clippers, 9:30 p.m. Auburn 12 16 17 14 —59 Colorado 6, Toronto 3
Thursday’s Games 3-Point Goals—Mississippi St. 4-12 (Bib- Philadelphia 7, Minnesota 4
members of MSU’s 2019 signing class to enroll. Aberdeen at Hatley New York vs. Washington at London, 2 p.m. by 3-6, Howard 0-1, Espinoza-Hunter 1-4, Tate St. Louis 4, Washington 1
Philadelphia at Indiana, 6 p.m. 0-1), Auburn 5-20 (Alexander 1-5, McKay 0-3,
Austin, a midfielder out of Cypress Ranch High School, played her Heritage Academy at Leake Academy Sacramento at Charlotte, 6 p.m. Benton 0-3, Moore 4-9). Assists—Mississippi
Montreal 3, Boston 2, OT
Edmonton 7, Buffalo 2
club ball with Challenge SC in the ECNL where she was a team captain. Carroll Academy at Oak Hill Acaademy Phoenix at Toronto, 6:30 p.m. St. 16 (Howard 5), Auburn 8 (McKay 3). Fouled Today’s Games
Chicago at Denver, 8 p.m. Out—None. Rebounds—Mississippi St. 43
She attended the U.S. Soccer Center in 2016 and the U.S. Club Soccer L.A. Lakers at Oklahoma City, 8:30 p.m. New Jersey at Columbus, 6 p.m.
Player Development Program in 2018. Starkville Academy at Winston Academy (McCowan 10), Auburn 24 (Alexander 5). Total St. Louis at N.Y. Islanders, 6 p.m.
Hebron Christian at Columbus Christian Monday’s Men’s Fouls—Mississippi St. 17, Auburn 25. Technical
Fouls—None.A—1,908.
Carolina at N.Y. Rangers, 6 p.m.
Cotta can play as both a midfielder and forward. She totaled 97
Major Scores Florida at Montreal, 6:30 p.m.
goals in her career at Mission Oak High School, including netting 15 in
just eight games as a senior. She is a three-time team MVP and played
Prep Soccer EAST
Brown 100, Johnson & Wales (RI) 61
AP Women’s Top 25
The top 25 teams in The Associated Press’
Anaheim at Detroit, 6:30 p.m.
Washington at Nashville, 7 p.m.
Los Angeles at Minnesota, 7 p.m.
club soccer for Clovis Crossfire SC. Her club team won the Davis Show- Today’s Matches Bucknell 93, Holy Cross 78 women’s college basketball poll, with first-place
Vegas at Winnipeg, 7 p.m.
Monmouth (NJ) 63, Siena 60, OT votes in parentheses, records through Jan. 13,
case twice, the 2018 Surf Cup and the 2018 Champions League. New Hope at Caledonia, 5 p.m. NC A&T 67, Md.-Eastern Shore 58 total points based on 25 points for a first-place Tampa Bay at Dallas, 7:30 p.m.
Pittsburgh at San Jose, 9 p.m.
NC Central 71, Delaware St. 70 vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and
Mushkin played forward for IMG Academy as a member of the Starkville High at Murrah, 5:30 p.m. Pittsburgh 75, Florida St. 62 last week’s ranking: Wednesday’s Games
school’s U.S. Soccer Development Academy team. She scored five SOUTH Record Pts Prv Colorado at Ottawa, 6 p.m.
Thursday’s Match Alabama St. 81, MVSU 79, OT 1. Notre Dame (23) 16-1 736 1 Boston at Philadelphia, 6:30 p.m.
goals in her junior season as the team won 19 games and made the Grambling St. 77, Alcorn St. 42 2. Baylor (6) 13-1 706 4 Buffalo at Calgary, 8:30 p.m.
MSMS at Choctaw Central, 5:30 p.m.
playoffs as the first wild card. Mushkin spent her freshman and sopho- Jackson St. 64, Southern U. 58 2. UConn (1) 14-1 706 3 Edmonton at Vancouver, 9 p.m.
more years at Kent School in Connecticut where she earned offensive Friday’s Matches Maryland 64, Wisconsin 60
Norfolk St. 75, Bethune-Cookman 68
4. Louisville
5. Oregon
15-1 652 2
15-1 621 5
San Jose at Arizona, 9 p.m.
Thursday’s Games
player of the year honors. Kosciusko at Caledonia, 5 p.m. SC State 70, Coppin St. 68 6. Stanford 14-1 615 6 St. Louis at Boston, 6 p.m.
Syracuse 95, Duke 91, OT 7. Mississippi St. 15-1 571 7 New Jersey vs. N.Y. Islanders at Nassau Veter-
Moore and Samisch will join Peyton York in the Bulldog’s young Louisville at New Hope, 5 p.m. MIDWEST 8. N.C. State 17-0 542 8 ans Memorial Coliseum, 6 p.m.
goalkeeping corps. Moore played at Gaston Christian School where she Columbus Christian at Pillow Academy, 5 p.m.
Kansas 80, Texas 78 9. Maryland 15-1 505 9 Chicago at N.Y. Rangers, 6 p.m.
Nebraska 66, Indiana 51 10. Oregon St. 14-2 482 10 Toronto at Tampa Bay, 6:30 p.m.
was a three-time all-conference selection. She played her club soccer SOUTHWEST 11. Texas 14-2 452 11
for the Carolina Rapids in the ECNL and with Global Premier Soccer Heritage Academy at Starkville Academy, 5 p.m. Ark.-Pine Bluff 50, Alabama A&M 49 12. Syracuse 14-2 427 12
Anaheim at Minnesota, 7 p.m.
Winnipeg at Nashville, 7 p.m.
13. Gonzaga 16-1 369 14
Bayern Munich. Starkville High at Northwest Rankin, 5:30 p.m. Baylor 73, Oklahoma St. 69
FAR WEST 14. Marquette 14-3 352 15
Los Angeles at Dallas, 7:30 p.m.
Samisch is a two-star prospect out of Collierville High School
where her team made the semifinals of the state tournament all four
Saturday’s Match
Starkville High at New Hope, 11 a.m.
N. Colorado 73, Montana St. 70

AP Men’s Top 25
15. South Carolina
16. Kentucky
17. Michigan St.
12-4 273 21
15-3 243 16
12-3 217 23
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years of her career and finished as runners-up in her junior and senior The top 25 teams in The Associated Press’ 18. Iowa St. 13-3 202 20 Monday’s Moves
seasons. She was nominated for player of the year after posting school Men’s College Basketball college basketball poll, with first-place votes
in parentheses, records through Jan. 13, total
19. Arizona St.
20. Rutgers
12-4 192 19
13-3 163 — BASEBALL
American League
records for career shutouts (48) and goals against average. Samish Today’s Games points based on 25 points for a first-place vote
through one point for a 25th-place vote and last
20. Tennessee
22. Iowa
12-4 163 13
11-4 146 17 MINNESOTA TWINS — Agreed to terms with
played club soccer for Lady Lobos Rush Premier and was a team Florida at Mississippi State, 6 p.m. week’s ranking: 23. Minnesota 12-3 76 18 RHP Blake Parker on a one-year contract.
Designated RHP John Curtiss for release or
captain for three years. Record Pts Prv 24. DePaul 12-5 57 —
LSU at Ole Miss, 8 p.m. 1. Duke (36) 14-1 1558 1 25. Indiana 15-2 56 25 assignment. Named Javier Valentin manager of
MSU is coming off its first NCAA Tournament appearance in 2. Michigan (9) 17-0 1497 2 Others receiving votes: Florida St. 54, Utah 36, Rochester (IL); Ramon Borrego manager, Cib-
school history. The 2018 squad won nine games and earned the first Wednesday’s Game 3. Tennessee (13) 14-1 1482 3 Butler 20, Texas A&M 20, Missouri 19, Califor- ney Bello and Justin Willard pitching coaches,
4. Virginia (6) 15-0 1473 4 nia 17, Georgia 17, Cent. Michigan 12, Drake 9, Steve Singleton hitting coach and Davey LaC-
ranking in program history, while setting school records in shots allowed Alabama at Missouri, 8 p.m. 5. Gonzaga 16-2 1315 5 South Dakota 7, Auburn 4, UCF 4, Clemson 3, roix trainer of Pensacola (SL); Toby Garden-
per game (11.6), shots per game (18.4) and goals allowed (17). The Thursday’s Games 6. Michigan St. 15-2 1292 6 Purdue 3, Arizona 1. hire manager, Matt Borgsculte hitting coach,
Luis Ramirez pitching coach, Frank Jagoda
Bulldogs’ plus-15 goal differential was second only to the 1996 team. Southern Miss at Charlotte, 6 p.m.
7. Kansas
8. Texas Tech
14-2 1188 7
15-1 1157 8 AP Voting coach and Ben Myers trainer of Fort Myers
n Baseball checks in at No. 14: At Starkville, as the calendar
Selma University at Mississippi University for
9. Virginia Tech
10. Nevada
14-1 1091 9
16-1 1015 10
for Adam Minichino (FSL); Brian Dinkelman manager, Ryan Smith
hitting coach, Luis Rodriguez coach and Tyler
inches closer to February 15, the preseason rankings continue to roll Dispatch sports editor Adam Minichino is a
11. Florida St. 13-3 918 13 voter on The Associated Press’ weekly wom- Blair trainer of Cedar Rapids (MWL); Richard
in for the Mississippi State baseball program. The Diamond Dawgs Women, 7:30 p.m. 12. Kentucky 12-3 790 18 en’s college basketball poll. Here is his ballot Salazar pitching coach of Elizabethton (Appala-
13. North Carolina 12-4 678 12 chian); Robbie Robinson manager, Zach Bove
and first-year head coach Chris Lemonis earned their second top-20 Saturday’s Games 14. Auburn 12-3 669 11
for this week:
1. Baylor and Carlos Hernandez pitching coaches, Cesar
ranking of the 2019 preseason, this time from D1Baseball. Arkansas at Ole Miss, Noon 15. Marquette 14-3 668 21 2. Oregon Castillo strength coach, Asja Morello trainer
16. Buffalo 15-1 625 19 3. Connecticut and Micheal Thomas, Nate Rasmussen and
Elsewhere in this poll, Vanderbilt is No. 1 and Ole Miss is No. 10.
Alabama at Tennessee, 1 p.m. 17. N.C. State 14-2 586 15 4. Notre Dame Caleb Abney hitting coaches of the GCL Twins;
Mississippi State enters the season ranked No. 14 according to 18. Mississippi 13-2 501 — 5. Louisville Seth Feldman manager of the DSL Twins; Billy
D1Baseball, after being tabbed No. 17 by Perfect Game and No. 27 by Morris College at Mississippi University for 19. Maryland 14-3 412 — 6. Stanford Boyer mionor league infield and baserunning
20. Oklahoma 13-3 394 23 7. Mississippi State coordinator; Peter Fatse minor league hitting
Collegiate Baseball Newspaper. In the 2018 preseason, State appeared Women, 3 p.m. 21. Houston 16-1 387 17 8. North Carolina State coordinator; Sam Perlozzo senior adviser to
22. Villanova 13-4 300 — 9. Oregon State
in just two of the six major polls, earning the No. 32 spot from the Southern Miss at Old Dominion, 3 p.m. 23. Iowa 14-3 172 — 10. Maryland
player development; Peter Larson minor league
rehab pitching coach; and Matt Cheesman mi-
National Collegiate Baseball Writers and USA Today Coaches Poll. Mississippi State at Vanderbilt, 7:30 p.m. 24. Mississippi St. 12-3 154 14 11. Syracuse nor league equipment manager.
25. Indiana 12-4 116 22 12. Marquette
The D1Baseball poll includes eight opponents on the 2019 NEW YORK YANKEES — Agreed to terms with
schedule for State, including six of the top 11 teams in the preseason Women’s College Basketball Others receiving votes: Louisville 112, Nebras-
ka 36, Ohio St. 34, Wisconsin 31, Iowa St. 20,
UCF 17, Purdue 16, Kansas St. 14, St. John’s
13. Gonzaga
14. Texas
INF DJ LeMahieu on a two-year contract.
SEATTLE MARINERS — Named Kyle Wilson
standings. The slate will include dates with LSU (2), Texas Tech (3), 15. Rutgers
Today’s Game 12, TCU 12, Murray St. 9, Arizona 8, Washing- 16. South Carolina
hitting coach of Arkansas (TL), Rob Marcello
Florida (6), Georgia (9), Ole Miss (10), East Carolina (11), Arkansas (16) Huntingdon College at Mississippi University for ton 8, LSU 7, Seton Hall 6, South Carolina 6, 17. Georgia pitching coach of Modesto (Cal), Ari Ronick
Temple 5, Minnesota 3, Cincinnati 2, Wofford 2, 18. Utah pitching coach and Amanda Lee trainer of
and Auburn (22). Mississippi State faces six of the seven ranked SEC Florida 1, Hofstra 1. Everett (NWL), Connor Dawson hitting coach
teams during the regular season, with top-ranked Vanderbilt joining the Women, 5:30 p.m. 19. Butler
of the AZL Mariners, Andy Bissell coach and
20. Iowa State
aforementioned SEC programs on D1Baseball’s list. Thursday’s Games Men’s Top 25 Schedule 21. Michigan State Jorge Rodriguez trainer of the Dominican
Today’s Games 22. Iowa Academy Mariners, Max Weiner minor league
The 2019 squad features 18 returners from the CWS squad a Selma at Mississippi University for Women, 5:30 No. 3 Tennessee vs. Arkansas, 6 p.m. 23. Texas A&M pitching coordinator, Adam Bernero minor
season ago, including nine student-athletes that started at least 30 No. 4 Virginia vs. No. 9 Virginia Tech, 7 p.m. 24. Florida State league peak performance coach and Trent
p.m. No. 10 Nevada at Boise State, 8 p.m. 25. Tennessee Blank and Forrest Herrmann minor league
games in the field. The pitching staff will look to fill a pair of open spots No. 12 Kentucky at Georgia, 6 p.m. pitching strategists.
South Carolina at Mississippi State, 6 p.m. No. 13 North Carolina vs. Notre Dame, 8 p.m. Women’s Top 25 Schedule TORONTO BLUE JAYS — Agreed to terms with
in the weekend rotation, with Ethan Small’s 18 starts in 2018 being more No. 15 Marquette at Georgetown, 7:30 p.m.
than the rest of the returning staff combined from last season. Charlotte at Southern Miss, 6 p.m. No. 16 Buffalo at Western Michigan, 6 p.m.
Today’s Games RHP David Phelps on a one-year contract.
National League
No games scheduled
Tennessee at Alabama, 8 p.m. No. 17 N.C. State at Wake Forest, 7 p.m.
No. 18 Mississippi vs. LSU, 8 p.m.
Wednesday’s Game ATLANTA BRAVES — Named Perry Minasian
No. 1 Notre Dame at Virginia Tech, 6 p.m. senior vice president of baseball operations
Ole Miss Saturday’s Games
Morris College at Mississippi University for
No. 24 Mississippi State vs. Florida, 6 p.m.
Wednesday’s Games
No. 8 Texas Tech vs. Iowa State, 8 p.m.
No. 2 Baylor at Kansas, 7 p.m.
No. 2 UConn at Tulane, 7 p.m.
and assistant general manager; Alex Tamin
assistant general manager, major league
Davis earns conference honors in men’s basketball Women, 1 p.m.
No. 14 Auburn at Texas A&M, 6 p.m.
No. 20 Oklahoma vs. Kansas State, 6 p.m.
No. 11 Texas at Kansas State, 7 p.m.
No. 18 Iowa State at West Virginia, 6 p.m.
operations; Dixie Keller director, baseball ad-
ministration; Garrett Wilson manager, baseball
OXFORD — After averaging 19.5 ppg and leading the Ole Miss No. 21 Houston at SMU, 8 p.m.
No. 20 Rutgers vs. Purdue, 6 p.m. systems; Noah Woodward manager, major
men’s basketball team to a pair of victories over top 15 teams, senior Old Dominion at Southern Miss, 4 p.m. No. 23 Iowa at Penn State, 6 p.m.
No. 25 Indiana vs. Northwestern, 6 p.m.
Thursday’s Games
league operations; Elizabeth Terán executive
Thursday’s Games assistant to the executive vice president and
guard Terence Davis was named SEC Player of the Week by the Sunday’s Games No. 5 Gonzaga vs. Loyola Marymount, 8 p.m.
No. 4 Louisville vs. Virginia, 6 p.m. general manager; Matt Grabowski assistant
No. 7 Mississippi State vs. No. 15 South Car- director, amateur scouting operations; Ron
conference office. LSU at Alabama, 1 p.m. No. 6 Michigan State at Nebraska, 7 p.m. olina, 6 p.m. Knight assistant director, minor league opera-
Friday’s Games
Through the first two weeks of conference play, both SEC Players Florida at Ole Miss, 3 p.m. No. 16 Buffalo vs. Eastern Michigan, 6 p.m.
No. 9 Maryland at No. 17 Michigan State, 5 p.m. tions; Jonathan Schuerholz assistant director,
No. 12 Syracuse at Pittsburgh, 6 p.m. professional scouting; and A.J. Scola assistant
of the Week have been Rebels. Breein Tyree earned his first career No. 19 Maryland at Ohio State, 5:30 p.m.
SEC Player of the Week honor last week following a career-high 31 College Rifle No. 22 Villanova vs. Xavier at the Wells Fargo
Center, 7:30 p.m.
No. 13 Gonzaga at BYU, 8 p.m.
No. 16 Kentucky at LSU, 6:30 p.m.
No. 20 Tennessee at Alabama, 8 p.m.
director, minor league personnel.
CHICAGO CUBS — Named Craig Breslow
points at Vanderbilt (Jan. 5). Davis collects his second weekly confer- Saturday’s Meet Saturday’s Games No. 22 Iowa vs. Michigan, 7 p.m. director of strategic initiatives for baseball
No. 1 Duke vs. No. 4 Virginia, 5 p.m. operations.
ence accolade after becoming SEC Player of the week as a sophomore Ole Miss at West Virginia No. 2 Michigan at Wisconsin, 11 a.m.
No. 23 Minnesota at Wisconsin, 7 p.m.
MILWAUKEE BREWERS — Agreed to terms
Friday’s Games
(Jan. 23, 2017). No. 3 Tennessee vs. Alabama, 1 p.m. with C Yasmani Grandal on a one-year con-
Davis recorded team highs in points (27) and rebounds (12), Men’s College Tennis No. 5 Gonzaga at Portland, 9 p.m.
No. 7 Kansas at West Virginia, 1 p.m.
No. 5 Oregon vs. No. 19 Arizona State, 8 p.m.
No. 6 Stanford vs. Washington, 9 p.m.
No. 10 Oregon State vs. Arizona, 9 p.m.
tract.
SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS — Agreed to terms
earning the first double-double by a Rebel this season, as Ole Miss Wednesday’s Match No. 8 Texas Tech at Baylor, 5 p.m. No. 14 Marquette vs. Seton Hall, 11:30 a.m. with LHP Derek Holland on a one-year contract.
No. 9 Virginia Tech vs. Wake Forest, 3 p.m. FOOTBALL
upset No. 10 Auburn 82-67 last week (Jan. 9). Going 9 of 15 from the Ole Miss vs. Texas (Orlando, Florida), 11 a.m. No. 10 Nevada vs. Air Force, 9 p.m.
No. 24 DePaul vs. St. John’s, 7 p.m.
National Football League
Saturday’s Games
floor, it was the 19th 20-point game of his career and moved Davis No. 12 Kentucky at No. 14 Auburn, 3 p.m. No. 11 Texas vs. TCU, 1 p.m. CLEVELAND BROWNS — Named Steve Wilks
into the top 25 of the Ole Miss all-time scoring list. With the help of four Saturday’s Matches No. 13 North Carolina at Miami, 11 a.m. No. 13 Gonzaga at San Diego, 4 p.m. defensive coordinator, Todd Monken offensive
No. 17 N.C. State at Notre Dame, 1 p.m. coordinator, Mike Priefer special teams coordi-
three-pointers, the senior moved into the Ole Miss top 10 in threes Michigan at Alabama, 1 p.m. No. 18 Mississippi vs. Arkansas, Noon
No. 18 Iowa State vs. Oklahoma, Noon
Sunday’s Games nator, Stump Mitchell running backs/run game
No. 20 Oklahoma at Texas, 1 p.m.
made for a career as well (140 in 103 career games). He hit two more Chattanooga at Alabama, 6 p.m. No. 21 Houston at South Florida, 7 p.m.
No. 1 Notre Dame vs. Boston College, Noon
No. 2 Baylor vs. West Virginia, 4 p.m.
coordinator, James Campen offensive line/
associate head coach, Ryan Lindley quarter-
Saturday, going 5 of 10 from the floor for 12 points in the 81-77 victory
at No. 14 Mississippi State (Jan. 12). The win marked the first time Ole Women’s College Tennis No. 24 Mississippi State at Vanderbilt, 7:30 p.m.
No. 25 Indiana at Purdue, 1 p.m.
Sunday’s Games
No. 2 UConn at Temple, Noon
No. 4 Louisville at Wake Forest, Noon
back coach, Jody Wright special assistant to
the head coach, Jim Dray offensive quality con-
Miss beat back-to-back ranked teams since the 2002-03 season. Thursday’s Matches No. 11 Florida State at Boston College, 11 a.m.
No. 5 Oregon vs. Arizona, 11 a.m.
No. 6 Stanford vs. Washington State, 2 p.m.
trol coach and Tyler Tettleton offensive quality
No. 15 Marquette vs. Providence, 11 a.m. control coach.
Shooting 50.6 percent from the floor this season, Davis ranks fifth Ole Miss at Hawaii Spring Invitational No. 23 Iowa vs. Illinois, Noon
No. 8 N.C. State vs. Virginia Tech, 11:30 a.m.
No. 9 Maryland vs. Penn State, 1 p.m.
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS — Signed S Isaiah
in the SEC among qualifiers and averages 15.7 ppg (seventh in the Johnson, CB D.J. Killings and WR Jordan
Friday’s Matches USA Today Men’s Top 25 No. 10 Oregon State vs. No. 19 Arizona State, Veasy to reserve/future contracts.
SEC). The Southaven, Mississippi, native is also shooting 42.0 percent 4 p.m. HOCKEY
Ole Miss at Hawaii Spring Invitational The top 25 teams in the USA Today men’s No. 12 Syracuse at Georgia Tech, 1 p.m.
from beyond the arc and 74.4 percent at the free throw line. Davis leads college basketball poll, with first-place votes No. 14 Marquette vs. St. John’s, 2 p.m.
National Hockey League
the Rebels in assists (3.5 per game), ranking 10th in the conference, as Saturday’s Matches in parentheses, records through Jan. 13, points No. 17 Michigan State at No. 20 Rutgers, 1 p.m. NHLPA — D Josh Gorges announced his re-
based on 25 points for a first-place vote through No. 22 Iowa at Illinois, 2 p.m. tirement.
well as rebounds (5.6 per game). On the defensive side, he is second Ole Miss at Hawaii Spring Invitational one point for a 25th-place vote and previous No. 23 Minnesota at Nebraska, 5 p.m. ARIZONA COYOTES — Assigned G Adin Hill
ranking: to Tucson (AHL).
on the team in both steals (19) and blocks (14). Mississippi State vs. Chattanooga (Birmingham), Record Pts Pvs
No. 24 DePaul vs. Seton Hall, 2 p.m.
DALLAS STARS — Traded F Devin Shore to
No. 25 Indiana at Purdue, 1 p.m.
Riding a 10-game winning streak, their longest in 11 seasons, 10 a.m. 1. Virginia (13) 15-0 770 1 Anaheim for F Andrew Cogliano.
Davis and the Rebels return home this week for a pair of SEC matchups 2. Duke (6) 14-1 754 2 SEC Women NEW JERSEY DEVILS — Placed F Stefan
at The Pavilion. Ole Miss hosts LSU Tuesday night at 8 p.m. before wel- Mississippi State at Samford, 4 p.m. 3. Tennessee (7)
4. Michigan (6)
14-1 745 3
17-0 738 4
Conf. Pct. Overall Pct. Noesen on injured reserve, retroactive to Sat-
Miss. State 4-0 1.000 16-1 .941 urday. Recalled F Egor Yakovlev from Bing-
coming Arkansas to town on Saturday (Jan. 19) at noon. Both games Sunday’s Matches 5. Gonzaga 16-2 644 6
S. Carolina 4-0 1.000 12-4 .750 hamton (AHL).
6. Michigan State 15-2 641 5 NEW YORK RANGERS — Reassigned G
will be broadcast on SEC Network. UAB at Alabama, 10 a.m. 7. Virginia Tech 14-1 577 7 Missouri 3-1 .750 14-4 .778
Georgia 3-1 .750 12-5 .706 Brandon Halverson from Hartford (AHL) to
8. Kansas 14-2 572 9 Maine (ECHL).
Belmont at Alabama, 4 p.m. 9. Texas Tech 15-1 564 8 Kentucky 2-2 .500 15-3 .833
American Hockey League
Auburn 2-2 .500 14-3 .824
College Track and Field
10. Nevada 16-1 512 11
Junior Colleges 11. Florida State
12. Auburn
13-3 383 13
12-3 381 10
Texas A&M
Arkansas
2-2 .500 13-4
2-2 .500 13-5
.765
.722
AHL — Suspended Bridgeport F Steve Bernier
three games for an illegal check to the head of
an opponent in a Jan. 12 game against Hart-
Friday’s Meets 13. Marquette 14-3 331 19 LSU 2-2 .500 11-5 .688
ICC soccer duo earn national honors Alabama, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, South-
14. Kentucky 12-3 323 18 Tennessee
Alabama
1-3 .250 12-4
1-3 .250 9-8
.750
.529
ford.
BRIDGEPORT SOUND TIGERS — Recalled
FULTON — Sophomores Addison Meadows and Lexi Pund have 15. North Carolina 12-4 310 12
16. N.C. State 14-2 307 16 Ole Miss 1-3 .250 7-11 .388 Fs Josh Holmstrom and Matt Gaudreau from
been named to the United Soccer Coaches Junior College Women’s ern Miss at Commodore Invitational (Nashville, 17. Buffalo 15-1 288 20 Florida 1-3 .250 5-12 .294 Worcester (ECHL).
17. Houston 16-1 288 15 Vanderbilt 0-4 .000 5-12 .294 GRAND RAPIDS GRIFFINS — Assigned D
Scholar All-America Second Team on Thursday. Tennessee) 19. Oklahoma 13-3 216 22 Marcus Crawford to Toledo (ECHL).
Meadows (Oxford) earned a 4.0 grade point average as a pharma- Mississippi State at Samford Mult (Birmingham, 20. Mississippi 13-2 192 — Monday’s Game SOCCER
21. Villanova 13-4 146 — Major League Soccer
cy major. On the pitch, the midfielder played in 33 games during her two Mississippi State 85, Auburn 59
Alabama) 22. Maryland 14-3 140 — Today’s Games ATLANTA UNITED — Named Orlando Trust-
years in Fulton. She finished with four goals and six assists for a total 23. Mississippi State 12-3 118 14 No games scheduled full, Bob de Klerk and Rob Valentino assistant
of 14 points with a .667 career shot on goal percentage and earned a Saturday’s Meets 24. Iowa 14-3 108 25 Wednesday’s Games coaches.
25. Indiana 12-4 75 24 No games scheduled LA GALAXY — Re-signed M Emmanuel
spot on the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges Alabama, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, South- Others receiving votes: Ohio State 74, Iowa Thursday’s Games Boateng.
(MACJC) North Division All-Star team. State 38, Louisville 27, UCF 26, TCU 24, Ne- National Women’s Soccer League
ern Miss at Commodore Invitational (Nashville, braska 21, St. John’s 18, Kansas State 14,
Georgia at Missouri, 6 p.m. (SEC Network)
SKY BLUE — Announced the retirement of D
Pund (Tupelo) earned a 4.0 GPA accounting major. She played South Carolina at Mississippi State, 6 p.m.
Arizona 6, Furman 5, Minnesota 5, Arizona
Tennessee) State 4, North Texas 4, Purdue 3, Washington
(ESPN) Christina Gibbons.
one season as a forward after transferring from the University of West Kentucky at LSU, 6:30 p.m. COLLEGE
Alabama. On the pitch, Pund finished the season with one goal and Mississippi State at Samford Mult (Birmingham, 3, Wisconsin 3, LSU 2.
Auburn at Vanderbilt, 7 p.m. ALABAMA — LB Mack Wilson will enter the

eight assists for a total of 10 points with a .667 shot on goal percentage Alabama) Southeastern Tennessee at Alabama, 8 p.m. (SEC Network)
Friday’s Games
NFL draft.
CHARLESTON SOUTHERN — Named Autry
Conference Men
to be named to the MACJC All-State team.
n EMCC basketball sweeps Coahoma: At Clarksdale, the East
Junior College Basketball Conf. Pct. Overall Pct.
No games scheduled
Saturday’s Games
Denson Jr. football coach.
COASTAL CAROLINA — Named Carrie Pat-
terson associate head women’s soccer coach.
Tennessee 3-0 1.000 14-1 .933 No games scheduled
Mississippi Community College beat Coahoma Community College at Thursday’s Games Ole Miss 3-0 1.000 13-2 .867 Sunday’s Games EAST CAROLINA — Named Nina Baloun di-
rector of football operations.
the final horn twice Monday night. Women: Northwest at EMCC, 5:30 p.m. LSU
S. Carolina
2-0 1.000 12-3
3-0 1.000 8-7
.800
.533
LSU at Alabama, 1 p.m. (SEC Network)
Florida at Ole Miss, 3 p.m. (SEC Network) GEORGIA — Named Todd Hartley tight ends
The EMCC ladies snapped a five-game losing streak with a 51-50 Men: Northwest at EMCC, 7:30 p.m. Kentucky 2-1 .667 12-3 .800 Texas A&M at Georgia, 3 p.m. (ESPN2) coach.
IOWA — TE T.J. Hockenson, DB Amani Hooker
Auburn 1-1 .500 12-3 .800 Monday, Jan. 21
victory, while the EMCC men held on for a 52-50 win. Women: Mississippi Delta at Itawamba, 5:30 p.m. Alabama 1-2 .333 10-5 .667 Arkansas at Tennessee, 6 p.m. (SEC Network) and DE Anthony Nelson will enter the NFL draft.
For the EMCC women (5-9, 2-1), Tye Metcalf led the way with 19 Arkansas 1-2 .333 10-5 .667 Missouri at South Carolina, 6 p.m. (ESPN2) LSU — LB Devin White will enter the NFL draft.
Men: Mississippi Delta at Itawamba, 7:30 p.m. Florida 1-2 .333 9-6 .600 OKLAHOMA — QB Kyler Murray will enter the
points, three steals and two rebounds.
For the EMCC men (8-6, 2-1), Dewayne Cox had 14 points, while
Georgia
Texas A&M
Missouri
1-2 .333 9-6
1-2 .333 7-7
0-2 .000 9-5
.600
.500
.643
Football NFL draft.
SYRACUSE — Announced the resignation of
women’s associate head lacrosse coach Regy
Markedric Bell had 11 points, seven rebounds and two blocked shots. Miss. State 0-2 .000 12-3 .800 NFL Playoffs Thorpe to become the coach and general man-
—From Staff and Special Reports Vanderbilt 0-3 .000 9-6 .600 Conference Championships ager of National Lacrosse League’s New York
Sunday, Jan. 20 team.
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COLLEGE BASKETBALL 9:30 p.m. — European Tour Golf: Abu Dhabi 6 p.m. — Iowa at Penn State, Big Ten Net- Bahamas Great Exuma Classic, final round,
5:30 p.m. — Seton Hall at Providence, FS1 HSBC Championship, first round, Abu Dhabi, work Bahamas, TGC
6 p.m. — Rutgers at Purdue, Big Ten Network TGC 6 p.m. — Kansas State at Oklahoma, ESPN2 7 p.m. — Asian Tour Golf: Singapore Open,
6 p.m. — Southern Illinois at Illinois State, 5 a.m. (Wednesday) — European Tour Golf: 6 p.m. — UConn at Tulsa, ESPNEWS first round, Singapore, TGC
CBS Sports Network Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, first round, 6 p.m. — Auburn at Texas A&M, ESPNU
1 a.m. (Thursday) — European Tour Golf: Abu
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NBA Dhabi HSBC Championship, second round,
6 p.m. — Arkansas vs. Tennessee, ESPN2 Network
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6 p.m. — South Florida at Cincinnati, ES-
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PNEWS
6 p.m. — West Virginia vs. TCU, ESPNU NHL 7:30 p.m. — Butler at DePaul, FS1 7 p.m. — Toronto at Boston, ESPN
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8 p.m. — Davidson at St. Joseph’s, ESPNU 10 p.m. — UNLV at Air Force, ESPNU
2 a.m. (Wednesday) — Australian Open: Day SOCCER
8 p.m. — LSU at Ole Miss, SEC Network WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
3, second round, ESPN2 11 a.m. — George Mason at Massachusetts, 11:20 a.m. — Italian Super Cup: Juventus vs.
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Comics & Puzzles
DILBERT
Dear Abby
D
EAR ABBY: when he expects children with no seniors in their
My husband me to bounce lives, seniors who could make
and I have right back? — great grandparents. It would
been married TIED IN KNOTS IN be a win-win for both the child
more than 20 TEXAS and the senior. It could also be
years. Once in a DEAR TIED IN a blessing for a single mother
while, he’ll stop KNOTS: You’re in or father to have someone to
being affection- a long marriage. help out with emergency child
ate and ceases Has your husband care or just have some extra
talking to me. always behaved “family” in their hometown. —
Obviously, he is this way? Talk to UNFULFILLED GRANDMA IN
upset. He holds him about it at a MINNESOTA
ZITS it together for our time when he’s DEAR UNFULFILLED: Unless
children, but I get himself and not in the parents get to know you
the serious cold one of his silent well, it isn’t likely they would en-
shoulder. phases. trust their children to your care.
He won’t As you should However, this doesn’t mean
tell me why he
Dear Abby be aware by you cannot volunteer your time
is unhappy. He now, not all men to help children in need. One
simply expects me to give him are good at expressing their organization is Big Brothers
“space.” This is difficult be- feelings. Rather than become Big Sisters of America (bbbs.
cause I assume it’s something upset with him, ASK if he is org), which offers opportunities
I have done, and I want to make upset with you. If the answer is to mentor. Another that might
it right. After several days, he’ll no, believe him and give him his appeal to you is Foster Grand-
start coming around and talking space. It would be considerate parents, which is sponsored
to me again, and he expects (and mature) of him, however, by the Corporation for National
me to jump right back into our to warn you when he’s upset and Community Service.
GARFIELD usual behavior. But by this time about something that has You could also call the
I feel abandoned and resentful. nothing to do with you, without hospitals in your area and ask
It generally takes me prompting. if they need someone to come
some time to warm back up to DEAR ABBY: Is there an in on a regular basis to hold
him, which doesn’t make him organization that matches and rock premature infants
very happy since he doesn’t seniors who would love to be and newborns. If you contact
see anything wrong with his grandmothers with families that CASA for Children (casaforchil-
needing space. I realize that’s need grandparents for their dren.org), you could become a
true, but should I be expected child/children? court-appointed advocate for
to put aside my hurt feelings I’m a 70-year-old recent wid- abused and neglected children
overnight? How can I deal with ow who has no grandchildren to and teens, which may provide
these difficult days so I won’t love, take places, play games the emotional satisfaction you
feel so alone and get upset with or just be with. I would need and fill the void you are
with him? And what should I do think in every city there are feeling.

CANDORVILLE
Horoscopes
TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Jan. even your clone. reason, though perhaps it’s an
15). Goodwill radiates from TAURUS (April 20-May 20). unconscious one. If you dare to
you, and good fortune flows to Something in your environment investigate it, you’ll learn some-
you. Though you’re not trying is changing in a way you can thing new about yourself.
to become famous, you’ll be neither ignore nor stop. The ego LEO (July 23-Aug. 22).
“discovered” in some way, may- wants to fight this. That’s natu- Remember when you went to
be in the form of a contract or ral. But acceptance is going to a function and got cornered
an inspired relationship. Other happen sooner or later. Sooner into listening to an unsolicited
highlights: scoring big tickets would keep you from wasting advice monologue that there
for an unforgettable event and your effort. was seemingly no end to or exit
a heartfelt moment straight out GEMINI (May 21-June 21). from? You learned from that so
of your fondest dreams. Cancer The simple logic suggests that today you’ll know what to avoid.
and Gemini adore you. Your if you can solve a problem, VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22).
BABY BLUES lucky numbers are: 9, 40, 33, there’s no need to worry; if When you share with someone
28 and 1. you can’t, same. But worry still you love, it doesn’t feel like giv-
ARIES (March 21-April 19). serves a purpose. Wasn’t it the ing. It’s natural and effortless.
Clones are now scientifically first indicator that you had a The energy comes back to you
possible, but it’s your experienc- problem? Thank your worries. and you seem to have more
es, not your DNA, that’s made They’re only trying to help. than you started with.
you amazing. The cool way CANCER (June 22-July 22). LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23).
you handle today’s challenge You’re very generous when As you’re not a cynical person,
couldn’t possibly be accom- you want to be. And when you sometimes you don’t think to
plished by anyone else, not don’t want to be, there’s a good stop and ask, “What is this
person getting out of the situa-
tion?” But that’s something to
inquire about today. And, actu-
ally, it’s not a cynical question,
just a realistic one.
BEETLE BAILEY SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
21). Are you excelling because
you’re working hard or are you
working hard because you’re
excelling? The point is that it’s
really coming together, so enjoy
this exhilarating part of the ride.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec.
21). You have ideals, and you
really might embody them at
some point, but you don’t have
to in order to be worthy of love
and acceptance. Use them like
the ship captain uses the stars
— as guides to orient the map.
MALLARD FILLMORE CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19). Having someone you can
rely on is a pretty big deal right
now. Just knowing that there’s
someone who’s invested in
your success and well-being will
reduce your overall stress and
anxiety.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
18). One game strategy is to
pick an arena that doesn’t have
too much in the way of compe-
tition to increase your odds of
winning. It’s a good way to gain
experience and competence
FAMILY CIRCUS until you’re ready to go to the
next level.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March
20). Rejoice in the discovery
of your own mistakes. It’s what
scientists and scholars do; it’s
what lifelong learners and those
committed to excellence do. It’s
the secret to growing quickly.

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al household income is follows, to-wit:
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Franklin Telephone federal poverty IN THE CHANCERY Begin at the extreme
Company, Inc. guidelines. You may COURT OF LOWNDES South corner of Lot 12
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if a cus-
1780 Sitting with Elderly/Sick 4000 Merchandise 5000 Pets & Livestock
Subdivision; thence 8000 Real Estate
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LLCStump Removal 4030 Air Conditioners 5100 FreeNorthwesterly
Pets along the 8050 Commercial Property
Service
omission of copy. Liability shall not exceed the cost of that
On December 16,portion theof customer’s house- PLAINTIFF 1800 Swimming Pools 4060 Antiques 5150 PetsSouthwest side of said 8100 Farms & Timberland
1030 Air Conditioning
hold participates in one & Heating 1830 Tax Service
space occupied by such error. 1997, the Mississippi 4090 Appliances Lot 12 for a distance of8150 Houses - Northside
5200 Horses/Cattle/Livestock
1060 Appliance
Public Service Commis- or more of the following VS. Repair 1860 Tree Service 37.5 feet; thence North-8200 Houses - East
• All questions regarding classified ads currently running should be 4120 Auctions 5250 Pet Boarding/Grooming
sion designated Frank- 1070 Asphalt
programs: Medicaid, & Paving 1890 Upholstery easterly 225.5 feet
directed to the Classified Department. 4150 Baby Articles 5300 Supplies/Accessories 8250 Houses - New Hope
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"Eligible Tele- Assistance Program LINDA C. PATTMAN; 4180 Bargain Column 5350 Veterinarians
whose projection will in-8300 Houses - South
1120 Building & Remodeling
Dispatch reserves the right to reject, revise, communications
classify or cancel any (SNAP), Supplemental
Carri- BUSINESS 2000
LOAN Announcements
CEN- IN THE CHANCERY 4210 Bicycles 5400 Wanted To Buy the West right- 8350 Houses - West
tersect
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versal service is to Computer Services FOR LOWNDES 6120 CheckSoutheast
Cashing
paid for in advance. provide all Mississippi
citizens access to es-
1270 Electrical
Other terms and condi- CITY OF COLUMBUS,
1300 Excavating
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI;
2250 Instruction & School
2300 Lost & Found VS.
4300 Camera Equipment
4330 Clothing
6200 Loans
12 being the North
6150 Insurance
8600 Lots & Acreage
corner of Lot 13 of said8650 Mobile Homes
sential telecommunica- tions apply. For ex- MISSISSIPPI; AND ALL 4360 Coins & Jewelry Country Club Subdivi- 8700 Mobile Home Spaces
You may cancel at any time during regular tions business
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and receive a refund for days not published. apply for1330 Furnitureand
Lifeline Repair & Refinishing 2400
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6300 Stocks & Bonds 243 feet, more
westerly
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Franklin Telephone provide proof of eligibil-
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BUSINESS LOAN CEN- or less,
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4460 Flea Markets OF Rentalsthe restrictive coven- 8900 Waterfront Property
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TO THE
MISSISSIPPI; LOWNDES
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also recertify their con- FOLLOWING 3100 DE-Data Processing/DISTRICT
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eligibility Decorators
every SCRIBED LAND SOLD FOR LOWNDES WHEREAS, on January LESS AND EXCEPT the 9050 Auto Accessories/Parts
Bargain Column Ad must fit inthroughout
4 lines (approximately
its desig-
nated service area.
year. Additionally,
long as a1470 qualified
3150 Domestic Help
as Repair FOR TAXES ON AUGUST COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI; 18, 2008, Martha H.
1440 Jewelry/Watch 3170 Engineering
indi- 30, 2010, PARCEL NO. CITY OF COLUMBUS,
Lawn Care/Landscaping
4540 General Merchandise
4570 HouseholdImes
Goods executed a Deed
7150 Houses
following described
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that individual 30777, IN THE NW 1/4 OTHER PERSONS, Positions 4660 Merchandise Rentals III, as Trustee
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to pay Repaira OF SW 1/4 OF 3300SEC-
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17
3400 Part-Time
Positions Wanted
CLAIMING ANY LEGAL
OR EQUITABLE IN- 4720
4750
Sporting
Stereos &
Mortgage Electronic Re- wit: Begin at the ex-
Goods 7350 Resort Rentals
gistration Systems, Inc., treme North corner of 9400 Motorcycles/ATVs
TV’s 7400 River Property
9350 Golf Carts
• Minutes of use for loc- COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI; TEREST IN AND TO THE (“MERS”), as Benefi- said Lot 13 of said
Lost & Found Up to 6 lines, ad will run forprovided
al service 6 days.at no available1680
additional charge;
1650 Pest Control
at Franklin
Telephone CompanyPlumbing
AND DOES 1-75, 3500 Professional
CLUSIVE DEFENDANTS
IN- FOLLOWING DE- 4780 Wanted Tociary,
3550 Restaurant/HotelSCRIBED LAND SOLD
Buy which is recorded 7450 Rooms
in the office of the 7500 Storage
Country Club Subdivi-
sion;
9450 Trailers/Heavy Equipment
thence Southerly 9500 Trucks, Vans & Buses
& Garages
• Emergency Services; Commercial 1710 Printing
offices. 3600 Sales/Marketing FOR TAXES ON AUGUST Chancery Clerk of 7520 Vacation along the West side of 9550 Wanted to Buy
These ads are taken by fax, e-mail or in person at • Broadband Internet 1740 Roofing & Guttering SUMMONS 3650Trades 30, 2010, PARCEL NO. Lowndes County, MS, in Choctaw Road a dis-
Rentals
63W090000701, PPIN Book 2008 at Page 7550 Wanted to Rentof 30 feet; thence
our office. Ads will not be take by telephone. access service which in- Please call
cludes the capability to Telephone Company,
1770Franklin
Saws & Lawn Mowers
THE STATE OF 3700Truck
MISSIS-Driving 20797, IN THE NW 1/4 1744;
tance
7600 Waterfront Property
Southwesterly 114.8
send data to and re- Inc. at 1-877-422-1212 SIPPI OF SW 1/4 OF SEC- feet along a straight line
ceive data from the In- or write us at P. O. Box TION 18, TOWNSHIP 18 WHEREAS, said Deed of whose projection will in-
Legal Notices 0010 Legal Notices 0010 ternet, but 0010
Legal Notices excludes 278, Meadville,
Legal Notices 0010 MS TO:
LegalTHE UNKNOWN
Notices 0010 DE- SOUTH, RANGE
Legal Notices 0010 17 Trust was assigned
Legal Notices 0010 to tersect the 0010
Legal Notices Southwest Lawn Care / Landscaping
dial-up service. 39653 or visit our web- FENDANTS, ALL OTHER WEST, LOWNDES Trustmark National side of said Lot 12 at a 1470
State of Mississippi PUBLIC NOTICE site at PERSONS, FIRMS AND COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI; Bank in Book MORT point 37.5 feet North-
County Of Lowndes Voice telephone service http://www.ftcweb.net CORPORATIONS HAV- AND DOES 1-75, IN- 2018 at Page 26904; westerly from the South JESSE & BEVERLY'S
The Board of Commis- is provided at rates for additional informa- ING OR CLAIMING ANY CLUSIVE DEFENDANTS corner of said Lot 12; LAWN SERVICE. Mow-
NOTICE OF SALE LI- sioners of the Missis- which start at $20.00 tion or with questions. LEGAL OR EQUITABLE WHEREAS, on Decem- thence Northeasterly ing, cleanup, landscap-
QUIDATION sippi Regional Housing per month for residen- We encourage you to INTEREST IN AND TO CAUSE NO. 2018-0690 ber 13, 2018, Trust- 138 feet, more or less, ing, sodding, & tree cut-
Authority IV will conduct tial customers and contact Franklin Tele- THE FOLLOWING DE- mark National Bank to the Point of Begin- ting. 356-6525.
WHEREAS, the follow- the annual public hear- $25.00 per month for phone Company if you SCRIBED LAND, SOLD SUMMONS substituted James ning.
ing tenants entered in- ing to discuss the 2019 business line custom- believe you qualify for FOR TAXES ON AUGUST Eldred Renfroe as Trust-
to leases with The Capital Fund submis- ers. Broadband Internet Lifeline. 30, 2010, PARCEL NO. THE STATE OF MISSIS- ee in the aforemen- (B) That part of Parcels I Painting & Papering 1620
Grove Mini Warehouses sion, Five Year Plan and access service is 63W090000701, PPIN SIPPI tioned deed of trust with and II, more particularly
for storage space in the Annual Plan for fisc- provided at rates which PUBLISH: 1/15/2019 20797, IN THE NW ¼ this recorded in Book described as follows, to- SULLIVAN'S PAINT
which to store personal al year beginning July 1, start at $28.39 per OF SW ¼ OF SECTION TO: THE UNKNOWN DE- MORT 2018 at Page wit: SERVICE
property and WHEREAS, 2019 and invite public month for residential NOTICE OF PUBLIC 18, TOWNSHIP 18 FENDANTS, ALL OTHER 26906; Certified in lead
default has been made comment. The hearing customers and $44.99 HEARING SOUTH, RANGE 17 PERSONS, FIRMS AND Begin at the extreme removal. Offering spe-
in the payment for rent will be conducted at the per month for business WEST, LOWNDES CORPORATIONS HAV- WHEREAS, there being South corner of said Lot cial prices on interior &
and The Grove Mini headquarters of the customers. Franklin Notice is hereby given COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI ING OR CLAIMING ANY a default in the terms 13 of said Country Club exterior painting, pres-
Warehouses pursuant Mississippi Regional Telephone Company, that the Mississippi En- LEGAL OR EQUITABLE and conditions of the Subdivision; the North- sure washing & sheet
to said leases is author- Housing Authority IV, Inc. would be pleased to vironmental Quality Per- You have been made a INTEREST IN AND TO Deed of Trust and en- easterly along the East rock repairs.
ized to sell the person- 2845 South Frontage provide you with specif- mit Board will hold a Defendant in the suit THE FOLLOWING DE- tire debt secured hav- side of said Lot 13 a Free Estimates
al property to satisfy the Road, Columbus, Mis- ic rates for voice and public meeting on Tues- filed in this Court by SCRIBED LAND, SOLD ing been declared to be distance of 85 feet; Call 435-6528
past due rent and other sissippi on March 6, broadband for your area day, at 9:00 a.m. on Edgewood, LLC, FOR TAXES ON AUGUST due and payable in ac- thence Northwesterly a
charges owed to it by 2019 at 3:30 P.M. The upon request. Use of February 12, 2019 in Plaintiff, seeking the 30, 2010, PARCEL NO. cordance with its terms, distance of 211 feet to
these services may res- the Mississippi Depart- Court to confirm the tax 63W090000788, PPIN Trustmark National a point on the Southw- Stump Removal 1790
the following tenants: Capital Fund submis-
sion, the proposed ult in added charges in- ment of Environmental title of property in 30777, IN THE NW ¼ Bank, the holder of the est side of Lot 12 of
Sandreike Mitchell plans and policies, the cluding taxes, sur- Quality, 515 Amite Lowndes County, Mis- OF SW ¼ OF SECTION debt has requested the said Country Club Subdi-
A-5 required attachments charges, and fees. In Street, Jackson, Missis- sissippi (the 18, TOWNSHIP 18 Trustee to execute the vision (which point is
$146.70 and documents related addition, Franklin Tele- sippi 39201. “Property”). Defend- SOUTH, RANGE 17 trust and sell said land 37.5 feet Northwesterly
to the Capital Fund sub- phone Company, Inc. ants other than you in WEST, LOWNDES and property pursuant from the South corner
Apryl Sherrod mission and the plans, provides one copy of its Consideration will be this action are Charles COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI to its terms in order to of said Lot 12); thence
A-16 and all information rel- annual local directory given to the following B. Pattman; Linda C. raise the sums due, Southeasterly along the
$196.70 evant to the public hear- free without charge. surface mining bond re- Pattman; Business Loan You have been made a with attorney’s and Southwest side of said
ing to be conducted is Touchtone service is lease application(s): Center, LLC; State of Defendant in the suit trustee’s fees, and ex- Lot 12 and the rear of ALLSTUMP GRINDING
Angel Jones available for review and available at no addition- Mississippi; Lowndes filed in this Court by penses of sale; said Lot 13, a distance SERVICE
A-18 inspection by the public al charge. Golden Triangle Sand & County, Mississippi; Long Land Investments, of 251.5 feet to the GET 'ER DONE!
$96.70 at the headquarters of Gravel, A341T, Permit District Attorney for Inc., Plaintiff, seeking NOW, THEREFORE, I, Point of Beginning. We can grind all your
the Mississippi Region- Franklin Telephone No. P89-013T, Lowndes Lowndes County, Mis- the Court to confirm the James Eldred Renfroe, stumps. Hard to reach
Miguel Scott al Housing Authority IV, Company, Inc. also of- County, Mississippi sissippi; and, City of tax title of property in Trustee for said Deed of INDEXING INSTRUC- places, blown over
A-26 2845 South Frontage fers qualified custom- The applicant seeks the Columbus, Mississippi. Lowndes County, Mis- Trust, will on February TIONS: Lot 13 and Part roots, hillsides, back-
$196.70 Road, Columbus, Mis- ers Lifeline service. Life- release of 10% of the sissippi (the 6, 2019, offer for sale of Lot 12, Country Club yards, pastures. Free
sissippi during normal line is a non-transfer- performance bond pos- You are required to mail “Property”). Defend- at public outcry, and Subdivision, Lowndes estimates. You find it,
Sabrina Bostick/ business hours. Resid- able, federal benefit ted to cover the reclam- or hand deliver a writ- ants other than you in sell within legal hours County, Mississippi. we'll grind it!
Harrison ents, the Resident Ad- that makes monthly ation of 200 acres of ten response to the this action are Charles (being between the 662-361-8379
A27 visory Board, and other voice or broadband ser- surface mined land loc- Complaint filed against B. Pattman; Linda C. hours of 11:00 a.m., I will convey only such
$246.70 interested parties are vice more affordable. ated in Section 1 and 2, you in this action to An- Pattman; Business Loan and 4:00 p.m.) at the title as is vested in me
invited to attend the The program is limited Township 18S, Range drew Hammond, Attor- Center, LLC; State of main front door of the as Trustee, with no war- Tree Services 1860
Bernice Spencer hearing. All public com- to one discount per 18W, Lowndes County, ney for Plaintiff, whose Mississippi; Lowndes Lowndes County Court- ranties.
Mississippi A&T Tree Service
A-51 ments will be given due household. Eligible address is Young Wells County, Mississippi; house in Columbus, Bucket truck & stump
$82.20 consideration before households may apply Williams P.A., Post Of- District Attorney for MS, to the highest and WITNESS my signature removal. Free est.
formal adoption and fi- the monthly Lifeline dis- Golden Triangle Sand & fice Box 6005, Ridge- Lowndes County, Mis- best bidder for cash, this 2nd day of January, Serving Columbus
Thomas Bailey nal submission to the count to either broad- Gravel, A1149, Permit land, Mississippi 39158 sissippi; and, City of the following described 2019.
No. P98-041, Lowndes since 1987. Senior
B-35 U.S. Department of band service (home or or 141 Township Aven- Columbus, Mississippi. property situated in citizen disc. Call Alvin @
$246.70 Housing and Urban De- wireless) or voice ser- County, Mississippi ue, Suite 300, Ridge- Lowndes County, MS, JAMES ELDRED REN- 242-0324/241-4447
velopment for approval. vice (home or wireless) The applicant seeks the land, Mississippi You are required to mail to-wit: FROE, Trustee "We'll go out on a limb
Samuel Wilson but not both. Lifeline release of 10% of the 39157. or hand deliver a writ-
performance bond pos-   for you!"
C-2 Brian D. Power customers also have ten response to the PARCEL NO. I: Lot 13 of James Eldred Renfroe,
$236.70 Executive Director the option to apply the ted to cover the reclam- YOUR RESPONSE MUST Complaint filed against Country Club Subdivi- 648 Lakeland East Dr.,
discount to a service ation of 72.5 acres of BE MAILED OR DE- you in this action to An- sion, a subdivision of Ste A,
surface mined land loc- LIVERED NOT LATER VICKERS TREE
Cheryl Ferguson PUBLISH: bundle, such as home drew Hammond, Attor- Lowndes County, Mis- Flowood, MS 39232, SERVICE, LLC
C13 1/8/2019 phone and home inter- ated in Section 1, Town- THAN THIRTY (30) DAYS ney for Plaintiff, whose sissippi, according to Phone 601-932-1011
ship 18S, Range 18W, Tree trimming and re-
$96.70 1/15/2019 net. The Lifeline voice AFTER THE 8TH DAY OF address is Young Wells the map or plat thereof moval. Fully insured.
service also includes Lowndes County, Mis- JANUARY, 2019, WHICH Williams P.A., Post Of- of record in Subdivision Publish: 1/15, 1/22,
The following vehicles sissippi Free estimates.
NOW, THEREFORE, no- toll blocking to qualify- IS THE DATE OF THE fice Box 6005, Ridge- Plat Book 1 at Page 88 1/29, 2/5/2019 *Now Accepting Credit
tice is hereby given that have been abandoned ing customers without FIRST PUBLICATION OF land, Mississippi 39158 in the office of the & Debit Cards*
The Grove Mini Ware- at E & E Transmission, charge. The current dis- All comments must be THIS SUMMONS. IF or 141 Township Aven- Chancery Clerk of
received by the Office of YOUR RESPONSE IS Building & Remodeling 1120 Call Curt 662-418-0889
houses liquidation sale 7502 Hwy. 45 N., count provided under ue, Suite 300, Ridge- Lowndes County, Mis- or 662-549-2902
will take place at 510 Columbus, MS 39705. the Company’s Lifeline Geology no later than NOT SO MAILED OR DE- land, Mississippi sissippi; Subject to the
January 27, 2019, in or- LIVERED, A JUDGE- HOME REPAIRS & CON- “A cut above the rest”
Lehmberg Road, Colum- service is $9.25 per 39157. restrictive covenants
bus, MS 39702 on 2005 CHEVY month for each month der to forward a copy of MENT BY DEFAULT WILL and conditions con- STRUCTION WORK
January 26, 2019 at TRAILBLAZER that the customer quali- the comments to the BE ENTERED AGAINST YOUR RESPONSE MUST tained in the instru- WANTED. Carpentry, General Help Wanted 3200
9:00 A.M. VIN# fies. operator and to incor- YOU FOR THE MONEY BE MAILED OR DE- ment dated February small concrete jobs,
1GNDT13S952126288 porate the comments in- OR OTHER RELIEF DE- LIVERED NOT LATER 27, 1951, recorded in electrical, plumbing,
PART TIME OFFICE
PUBLISH: 1/8, 1/15 & A household is eligible to the hearing records MANDED IN THE COM- THAN THIRTY (30) DAYS Deed Book 222 at roof repairs, pressure
ADMIN/SECRETARY
1/22/2019 IF THESE VEHICLES ARE for the Lifeline discount as required by law. For PLAINT. AFTER THE 8TH DAY OF Pages 124-125, inclus- washing and mobile
needed for
NOT CLAIMED THEY if the customer’s annu- further information, JANUARY, 2019, WHICH ive, in the office of the home roof coating and
small church.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS WILL BE PUT UP FOR al household income is write the Mississippi You must also file the IS THE DATE OF THE Chancery Clerk of underpinning. No job
Monday & Wednesday,
SALE ON THE 31ST DAY at or below 135% of the Department of Environ- original of your Re- FIRST PUBLICATION OF Lowndes County, Mis- too small. 549-7031.
16 hours per week.
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI OF JANUARY, 2019 at federal poverty mental Quality, Office of sponse with the Clerk of THIS SUMMONS. IF sissippi. Tech and social media
LOWNDES COUNTY 10:00 A.M. AT E & E guidelines. You may Geology, P. O. Box this Court within a reas- YOUR RESPONSE IS skills required.
TRANSMISSION, 7502 also qualify for the Life- 2279, Jackson, onable time afterward. NOT SO MAILED OR DE- PARCEL NO. II: Part of SUGGS CONSTRUCTION For more info, call
Letters Testamentary HWY. 45 N., COLUM- line program if a cus- Mississippi 39225, or LIVERED, A JUDGE- Lot 12 of said Country Building, remodeling, 662-574-1972
have been granted and BUS, MS. tomer, a dependent, or call (601) 961-5527 Issued under my hand MENT BY DEFAULT WILL Club Subdivision, more metal roofing, painting
issued to the under- the customer’s house- and seal of said Court, BE ENTERED AGAINST particularly described as & all home repairs. Position Announcement
signed upon the estate Publish: 1/8, 1/15 & hold participates in one PUBLISH: 1/15, 1/22, this 26th day of Decem- YOU FOR THE MONEY follows, to-wit: 662-242-3471 Town of Caledonia, MS
of WILLIE JOE THOMA- 1/22/2019 or more of the following & 1/29/2019 ber 2018. OR OTHER RELIEF DE- Chief Marshal
SON, deceased, by the programs: Medicaid, MANDED IN THE COM- Begin at the extreme
Chancery Court of Franklin Telephone IN THE CHANCERY
Supplemental Nutrition COURT OF LOWNDES LISA YOUNGER NEESE, PLAINT. South corner of Lot 12 Tom Hatcher, LLC The Town of Caledonia
Lowndes County, Mis- Company, Inc. CHANCERY CLERK
Assistance Program COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI of said Country Club Custom Construction, is seeking a full time
sissippi, on the 10th (SNAP), Supplemental LOWNDES COUNTY, You must also file the Subdivision; thence Restoration, Remodel- Chief Marshal to work
day of January , A.D., DID YOU KNOW
Security Income, Feder- EDGEWOOD, LLC MISSISSIPPI original of your Re- Northwesterly along the ing, Repair, Insurance days and nights as
2019. This is to give no- al Public Housing As- sponse with the Clerk of Southwest side of said claims. 662-364-1769. needed, and is respons-
tice to all persons hav- On December 16, PLAINTIFF
sistance (Section 8), or BY: Tina Fisher, D.C this Court within a reas- Lot 12 for a distance of Licensed & Bonded ible for supervising all
ing claims against said 1997, the Mississippi onable time afterward. 37.5 feet; thence North- marshal department
estate to Probate and Public Service Commis- Veterans and Survivors VS. personnel. The candid-
Pension Benefit. PUBLISH: 1/8, 1/15, & easterly 225.5 feet
Register same with the sion designated Frank- 1/22/2019 Issued under my hand along a straight line General Services 1360 ate will plan, schedule,
Chancery Clerk of lin Telephone Company, CHARLES B. PATTMAN; coordinate, and direct
Other terms and condi- LINDA C. PATTMAN; and seal of said Court, whose projection will in-
Lowndes County, Mis- Inc. an "Eligible Tele- FREE TRAINING for the daily activities of the
tions apply. For ex- BUSINESS LOAN CEN- IN THE CHANCERY this 26th day of Decem- tersect the West right-
sissippi, within ninety communications Carri- JOB SEEKING WOMEN; officers while providing
ample, customers must TER, LLC; STATE OF COURT OF LOWNDES ber 2018. of-way line of Choctaw
(90) days from this er" for its service area COMPUTER TRAINING, for the protection of
apply for Lifeline and MISSISSIPPI; LOWNDES COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI Road 30 feet Southerly
date. A failure to so Pro- for Universal Service RESUME WRITING, & IN- lives and property, pre-
LISA YOUNGER NEESE, from the Southeast
bate and Register said Fund purposes and pro- provide proof of eligibil- COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI; TERVIEW SKILLS; vention of crime and en-
ity before receiving the DISTRICT ATTORNEY LONG LAND INVEST- CHANCERY CLERK corner of Lot 12, (the
claim will forever bar the grams. The goal of uni- Lifeline Assistance Southeast corner of Lot Tues & Thurs Evening forcement of laws and
same. versal service is to FOR LOWNDES MENTS, INC. PLAINTIFF LOWNDES COUNTY, classes start February ordinances within the
Credit. Customers must COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI; MISSISSIPPI 12 being the North
provide all Mississippi
also recertify their con- CITY OF COLUMBUS, VS. corner of Lot 13 of said 5th. Enroll now at Chris- town limits. The Chief
This the 11th day of citizens access to es- tian Women's Job Marshal will be held ac-
BY: Tina Fisher, D.C. Country Club Subdivi-
January, 2019. sential telecommunica- tinued eligibility every MISSISSIPPI; AND ALL Corps. Min H.S. Dip- countable to the Mayor
year. Additionally, as OTHER PERSONS, CHARLES B. PATTMAN; sion); thence South-
tions services. loma or Equivalent re- and Board of Alderper-
long as a qualified indi- FIRMS AND CORPORA- LINDA C. PATTMAN; PUBLISH: 1/8, 1/15, & westerly 243 feet, more
/s/ Shirley Lee Thoma- vidual agrees to toll 1/22/2019 or less, to the Point of quired. Call 662-722- sons for the effective
son Franklin Telephone TIONS HAVING OR BUSINESS LOAN CEN- 3016 or 662-597-1030 delivery of police ser-
blocking, that individual CLAIMING ANY LEGAL TER, LLC; STATE OF Beginning, Subject to
SHIRLEY LEE THOMA- Company, Inc. provides vices to the town.
the restrictive coven-
SON the supported services - is not required to pay a OR EQUITABLE IN- MISSISSIPPI; LOWNDES TRUSTEE’S NOTICE OF
deposit prior to our ser- TEREST IN AND TO THE COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI; SALE ants and conditions as
- voice telephony ser- Submit applications,
vice being offered. A FOLLOWING DE- DISTRICT ATTORNEY hereinabove referred to; RETAINER WALL, drive-
PUBLISH: 1/15, 1/22, vice and broadband In- complete set of terms LESS AND EXCEPT the way, foundation, con-
complete with resume
& 1/29/2019 ternet access service – SCRIBED LAND SOLD FOR LOWNDES WHEREAS, on January and salary require-
for these programs is FOR TAXES ON AUGUST COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI; 18, 2008, Martha H. following described crete, masonry restora- ments to:
throughout its desig-
available at Franklin 30, 2010, PARCEL NO. CITY OF COLUMBUS, Imes executed a Deed tracts, to-wit: tion, remodeling, base-
nated service area.
These supported ser- Telephone Company 63W090000788, PPIN MISSISSIPPI; AND ALL of Trust to T. Harris, ment foundation, re- Town of Caledonia
It’s a classified vices include: Commercial offices. 30777, IN THE NW 1/4 OTHER PERSONS,
OF SW 1/4 OF SEC- FIRMS AND CORPORA-
Collier, III, as Trustee
for Trustmark National
(A) That part of Parcel
No. I, more particularly
pairs, small dump truck Attn: Lindy Thomason
hauling (5-6 yd) load &
described as follows, to- demolition/lot cleaning. Caledonia MS. 39740
PO Box 100
• Voice grade access to Please call Franklin
rule-of-thumb:
TION 18, TOWNSHIP 18 TIONS HAVING OR Bank, as Lender, with
Telephone Company, SOUTH, RANGE 17 CLAIMING ANY LEGAL Mortgage Electronic Re- wit: Begin at the ex- Burr Masonry townhall@cableone.net
the public switched net-
work; Inc. at 1-877-422-1212 WEST, LOWNDES OR EQUITABLE IN- gistration Systems, Inc., treme North corner of 662-242-0259. fax: 662-356-4117
said Lot 13 of said
• Minutes of use for loc- or write us at P. O. Box COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI; TEREST IN AND TO THE (“MERS”), as Benefi-
We tell readers al service provided at no
additional charge;
278, Meadville, MS AND DOES 1-75, IN-
39653 or visit our web- CLUSIVE DEFENDANTS SCRIBED LAND SOLD
FOLLOWING DE- ciary, which is recorded
in the office of the
Country Club
sion; thence Southerly
Subdivi-
WORK WANTED:
Deadline for applica-
tions is January 23,
site at along the West side of
what they need • Emergency Services;
• Broadband Internet Sell idle items
http://www.ftcweb.net
for additional
access service which in- with a quick action informa-
SUMMONS
FOR TAXES ON AUGUST

63W090000701, PPIN Book 2008 at Page
Chancery Clerk of
30, 2010, PARCEL NO. Lowndes County, MS, in Choctaw Road a dis-
tance of 30 feet; thence
Licensed & Bonded-car-
pentry, painting, & de-
molition. Landscaping,
2019.

to know to buy
Southwesterly 114.8
cludes the capability to tion or with questions. THE STATE OF MISSIS- 20797, IN THE NW 1/4 1744; gutters cleaned, bush CONTRACTOR SEEKING
We encourage you to feet along a straight line
send data to and re- classified
contact Franklin ad.
Tele-
SIPPI OF SW 1/4 OF SEC- hogging, clean-up work, experienced carpenter
whose projection will in- pressure washing, mov-
ceive data from the In- TION 18, TOWNSHIP 18 WHEREAS, said Deed of with lots of experience.
what they need. ternet, but excludes
dial-up service.
phone Company if you
328-2424
believe you qualify for
Lifeline.
TO: THE UNKNOWN DE- SOUTH, RANGE 17
FENDANTS, ALL OTHER WEST, LOWNDES
Trust was assigned to
Trustmark National
tersect the Southwest

point 37.5 feet North-
ing help & furniture
side of said Lot 12 at a repair. 662-242-3608
Please call:
662-570-9464 for info.
PERSONS, FIRMS AND COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI; Bank in Book MORT
6B Tuesday, January 15, 2019 The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com
General Help Wanted 3200 Business Opportunity 6050 Apts For Rent: Other 7080 Houses For Sale: Southside
8300
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experience required. apartments available. 662-356-6035.
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505 Jackson St, 1 Bedrooms Very big, nice 1 bed- 2BR HOUSE. Stove, ref., superb potential home number 4 3 5 2 6 7 8 1 9
Aberdeen room. Wood floors, lots w/d hookup, window site & recognized contains the same number
EOE 2 Bedroooms of windows. $700 per a/c, heat electric. school. 45 minutes to only once. The difficulty
only once. The difficulty 8 7 2 5 1 9 4 3 6
3 Bedrooms month. Call Stewart, $485/mo. Lease- MSU. 334-277-9744. level increases from
level increases from
Farm Equipment & Supplies 662-364-1610. dep.+credit check. Cole- LOWNDES COUNTY 45 Monday to Sunday. 6 9 1 3 4 8 2 7 5
4420 Furnished & man Realty. 329-2323. acres on Sobley & Dav- Monday to Sunday. Difficulty Level 1/14

is Rd. Excellent hunting.
Unfurnished 1 mile west of Hwy. 69.
COLEMAN
HAY FOR SALE. Some COLONIAL TOWN-
Small creek runs thru
stored in barn and out.
662-386-9122. 1, 2, & 3 Baths HOUSES. 2 & 3 bed-
room w/ 2-3 bath town- property. $1375 per
RENTALS
Lease, Deposit TOWNHOUSES & APARTMENTS
houses. $600 to $695. acre. 205-799-9846 or
662-549-9555. Ask for 205-695-2248.
Furniture 4480 & Credit Check
1 BEDROOM Glenn or text. WINTER SPECIAL
JAMESON SLEEPER viceinvestments.com
2 BEDROOMS HOUSE WITH APART- 1.95 acre lots.
327-8555
Sofa, full size, 4 inch Good/bad credit.
mattress, excl cond,
avocado green. $150.
3 BEDROOMS MENT NEAR MUW. 10% down, as low as
323 13th St. N. 3 Blks $299/mo. Eaton Land.
662-327-3518, leave Apts For Rent: Caledonia 7060 LEASE, from MUW. L/r, d/r, 662-361-7711
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message if no answer. b/r, kitchen, large f/r
3BR/1BA Duplex. No DEPOSIT w/ fireplace, 2BR/3BA. Mobile Homes for Sale 8650
General Merchandise 4600 Smoking. No Pets. 1 yr. Laundry room, outside
lease. $550/month + AND fenced patio, screened NEW 2017, 16x80 MH
APPLE COMPUTERS
Two 2009 iMac com-
deposit. 662-356-4958
or 662-574-0227.
CREDIT CHECK side porch & work room @ The Grove, Colum-
WITH ATTACHED APART- bus. 3BR/2BA, never
puters available. Good MENT B/r, d/r, kitchen lived in, can be moved.
working condition.
Would be good for ba-
Apts For Rent: Other 7080 662-329-2323 & bathroom. NO HUD.
Ref. req. Dep. req.
New Hope Sch. Dist.
$29k. 662-769-2565.
sic web browsing or 1BR/1BA Apts for rent. Pets allowed w/ extra
word processing. 2Ghz; College Manor Apts, dir- dep. $1075/mo. Autos For Sale 9150
2 GB RAM; 250 GB HD. ectly across from MUW.
2411 HWY 45 N 662-386-7506.
Computer and built-in Completely renovated, COLUMBUS, MS 1965 MUSTANG, Red,
monitor only; mouse incl granite countertops, Mobile Homes for Rent 7250 Automatic, 6cyl, A/C &
and keyboard not in- SS appls & W/D. 12 mo power steering.
cluded. $50 each. lease, dep req, $650/ 3BR/2BA Trailer, New $16,000.
Call 662-574-1561 Commercial Property For
mo. 662-425-3817. Hope school dist. 662-386-2367.
Rent 7100 $500/mo & $500 dep.
TWIN BED- Ashley 2BR/1BA located in Call between 10a-7p. 1991 MERCEDES 500
brand, with mattress & Historic Downtown COMMERCIAL PROPER- SL. Serviced as re-
TIES/Retail/Office 662-386-4292.
boxspring, $175. Columbus. 2,000 sqft. NO TEXT MESSAGES. quired. 106k miles,
662-251-1074 or Hardwood floors Spaces starting @ 2 tops. Excellent buy!
662-251-9793. throughout. Open floor. $285/mo. Downtown & $12,500. 662-356-
East Columbus loca- NICE 3BR/2BA MH in 6035.
Very nice. Incl W&D. West Lowndes school
tions. 662-435-4188.
Lawn & Garden 4630 $1200/mo. Call district. $485/mo + 2013 CHEVY Cruze.
662-328-8655. $485 dep. 662-242- Good condition. 100k
RED OAK & White Oak 7653 or 662-308-7781. miles. Black, 4-door.
Firewood For Sale. Pull DOWNTOWN: 2BR/1BA, OFFICE SPACE: 2,000
square feet. 294 $5,450. Call Ed @
behind leaf rake for CH&A, 1 story, W/D, 662-574-0082.
$150. 662-242-7455. historic district, 1 block Chubby Dr. Flexible leas- RENT A fully equipped
from downtown, $625/ ing terms. Available camper w/utilities &
cable from $145/wk - SUPER CHARGED 2004
Sporting Goods 4720 mo. + $625 dep. NO now. 662-328-8254. Monte Carlo SS. Dale
PETS. 662-574-8789. $535/month. Colum-
bus & County School Jr. Signature Edition.
ED SANDERS Gunsmith Peaceful & Quiet area. $3500. 662-570-2601.
Open for season! 9-5, locations. 662-242-
HISTORIC DOWNTOWN 7653 or 601-940-1397.
Tues-Fri & 9-12, Sat. FIRST FULL MONTH Columbus Office, Retail, Campers & RVs 9300
Over 50 years experi- RENT FREE! 1 & 2 Bed- Restaurant Space avail-
ence! Repairs, cleaning, room Apts/Townhomes. able. Call 662-328- Houses For Sale: Northside TOMBIGBEE RV Park,
refinishing, scopes Stove & refrigerator. 8655 or 662-574-7879. 8150 located on Wilkins Wise
mounted & zeroed, $335-$600 Monthly. Rd & Waverly Rd. Full
handmade knives. Credit check & deposit. CONVENIENT 3BR/2BA Hookups available.
Located: Hwy 45 Alt, Coleman Realty, Houses For Rent: Northside 512 Lincoln Rd. New $300/mo. 662-328-
North of West Point, 662-329-2323. 7110 paint, flooring, brick 8655 or 662-574-7879.
turn right on Yokahama shop, fenced backyard
Blvd, 8mi & turn left on 1, 2, 3 BEDROOM apart- 2 AVAILABLE: 2BR/1BA & patio. Zoned commer- Five Questions:
Darracott Rd, will see ments & townhouses. near CAFB. $450/mo + cial, can be home/of-
sign, 2.5mi ahead shop Call for more info. $350 dep. 662-889- fice. Call 662-328-9634
on left. 662-494-6218. for more information.
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