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Possible illegal recordings, child exploitation claim at center of teacher's fight to get her job back

Posted yesterday in Columbus & Lowndes County

A would-be open hearing for a Lowndes County School District teacher trying to keep her job was largely held behind closed doors Wednesday as much of the testimony dealt with private matters involving at least two students.

Business Moves with Mary: Ruby Tuesday closes in Starkville

Posted yesterday in Business

Ruby Tuesday in Starkville has closed permanently. Though a sign poised in the window announced its "temporary" closure, the restaurant has vacated from the Ruby Tuesday website.

Highway projects at 18th Avenue and Military Road nearing completion

Posted yesterday in Columbus & Lowndes County

With just a few minor tweaks remaining, work on one part of the project to improve traffic flow near the heart of Columbus' retail corridor will be completed while the other part is expected to be finished by summer's end, said Mississippi Department of Transportation project engineer Michael Miller.

Starkville hopes to reduce auto insurance claims

Posted yesterday in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Starkville officials say city employees must take steps to avoid accidents and fender-benders with city owned vehicles after Liberty Mutual dropped the city as a property, vehicle and equipment policyholder due to the number of claims.

 

OTHER RECENT HEADLINES

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Local business voices: The numbers are in

Building permits for 5-28-20

Mississippi health officials say second child dead from flu

Family remembers slain Columbus man, seeks answers

While still hit hard by virus, GTR showing slight improvement

Police search for suspect accused of attacking hotel employee

Mayor ends curfew in Columbus

Judge: Health Dept. must respond to public records request

Expert: Slow economic recovery for Mississippi amid virus

Some visit Mississippi attractions as COVID-19 rules ease

 

 

Man arrested for murder at West Point motel

Profile: Mother, daughter make best of daily visits during nursing home lockdown

State prisons nominee faces Senate scrutiny

Some area churches prepare to reopen, others not as eager

Farmers' markets operate with caution during pandemic

Missing Lowndes man found dead in Alabama

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SPORTS

Pulaski County catcher Riley Hull will join the Mississippi State softball team for the 2022 season. Hull was named Kentucky's high school player of the year by Gatorade on Thursday.

Mississippi State softball commit Riley Hull named Kentucky Gatorade player of the year

For Mississippi State volleyball, standout freshmen and talented transfers offer reasons for optimism

Sources: Mississippi State planning for football recruits to arrive on campus in late June; COVID-19 testing to be conducted before participation in voluntary team activities

How Mississippi State's special teams recruits are adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic

Mississippi State softball's first-generation college students take pride in accomplishments, hope to inspire others

Five-star recruit Madison Hayes sticking with Mississippi State commitment

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OPINIONS

Our View: Broadband expansion is more crucial than ever

Voice of the people: Michael Hallett, PhD.

Voice of the people: Paul Mack

Leonard Pitts Jr.: With the death toll mounting, Trump keeps tweeting

Cartoonist View: 5/28/20

Voice of the people: Dixie Butler

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LIFESTYLES

Versatile grilled kebabs offer endless ways to combine proteins and veggies for a summer meal.

A simply sensational summer meal

Family fun with fudgsicles

Comfort food with zest and flavor

Simple, plant-powered meals

Dreams, interrupted: A licensed psychologist looks at the pandemic's impact on our sleep

Restart the arts: CAC plans reopening for June 2

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NATIONAL NEWS

US death toll from coronavirus surges past 100,000 people

AMD's Lisa Su is first woman to top AP's CEO pay analysis

History in the making as House casts proxy votes in pandemic

Mayor: Officer who put knee on man's neck should be charged

Violence again rocks Minneapolis after man's death; 1 killed

Bertha forms, hits South Carolina coast, dissipates in a day

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