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Thursday | September 27, 2018

City, MSU prep for big weekend

40,000-plus “We’ll be landscaping and mak-
ing sure everything is trimmed
expected for Bulldog up. We’ve got visitors coming to
town and we want them to see
Bash, Florida game us with our best foot forward.
The police will be out, the fire
By Alex Holloway department will be out — all of
aholloway@Cdispatch.com those folks who are so critical to
the success of an event — and a
The SEC Na- huge event, I might add — will
tion bus rolled
be on duty to make sure it’s a
into Starkville
safe and fun place to be all week-
on Wednesday
afternoon — one
of several early
signs for a big Putting Starkville on display
weekend on tap Jennifer Prather, interim
Spruill CEO for The Partnership, said
for the city.
Mississippi the organization is supporting
State University’s the planning for Bulldog Bash
Student Associ- and communicating with down-
ation will host town merchants about the event.
Bulldog Bash on “We’re keeping them in-
Friday, and the formed of the way that the
Bulldogs’ football changes for the day will impact
team will host them and also trying to prepare
the University of Prather them for the crowds,” Prather.
Florida Gators “Additionally, our job is to help
— led by former get the message out that down-
Alex Holloway/Dispatch Staff
MSU head foot- town is not closed. We want
The bus for SEC Nation, the SEC Network’s live morning show, arrived in Starkville on Wednesday.
ball coach Dan commerce to continue to thrive
SEC Nation will broadcast live from the Junction at MSU on Saturday morning ahead of the MSU
Mullen — on during the event.” game against the University of Florida. The game is one of two major events, along with Bulldog Bash
Saturday. Either Prather said last year’s Bull- on Friday, the city and university are planning for this weekend.
event on its own dog Bash drew an estimated
would be a big 40,000 people. This year, she “But yes, obviously, this one earliest street closures, accord-
draw for visitors Salter said, planners are expecting a is a high-profile,” she contin- ing to the MSU Student Associ- Bulldog Bash schedule
to the town. crowd just as large or larger. ued, “and we’re highly focused ation, will take effect at 2 a.m. ■ Maroon Market 3-6 p.m.
With both together, univer- Spruill said the big crowds on making sure it’s safe, fun Friday along Jackson Street and ■ Local Stage 3-5:45 p.m.
sity and city officials are ex- are a chance to put Starkville on and makes everybody wants to a part of Main Street near the ■ Food Vendors 3 p.m.-1 a.m.
pecting a massive weekend for display. While she said the city come back.” main stage. ■ Main Stage 6-10:50 p.m.
Starkville. should always be prepared to Main Street, between Lafay-
Mayor Lynn Spruill said the impress, it will be especially so ette and Jackson streets, and a
city will be deploying its new for this weekend. City street closures portion of Jackson Street south Main Stage schedule
downtown bollards to close for “There’s always an opportu- Street closures will roll into of the Main Street intersection ■ Bedon 6-6:30 p.m.
Bulldog Bash. nity for us to do that, as far as effect throughout Friday for a will close at 9 a.m. A single lane ■ Ric Wilson 7-7:45 p.m.
“We will be making sure I’m concerned, for one visitor or portion of downtown Starkville of one-way traffic will remain
■ The Mowgli’s 8:15-9 p.m.
our sanitation department is 40,000 visitors,” she said. “We between Washington Street open in the affected part of
■ The All-American Rejects 9:30-
keeping the litter and our trash want them to have the best im- and just on Main Street past the Main Street until noon.
10:45 p.m.
cans cleaned up,” Spruill said. pression they can of Starkville. Jackson Street intersection. The See Big Weekend, 8A

New 4-County leader plans Circuit offices

notify voters
to continue trajectory of success of precinct
Brian Clark named
new CEO, GM location changes
Two Oktibbeha, one
4-County Electric Power
Lowndes location move
Association has a new leader. ahead of election
The cooperative’s Assis-
tant General Manager Brian By Alex Holloway
Clark was named new chief
executive officer and gener-
Three voting loca-
al manager, the cooperative
tions across Lowndes
announced in a press release
and Oktibbeha coun-
Wednesday. Clark has been ties have been moved
with the company nearly 13 ahead of November’s
years, starting first as a staff elections.
accountant and worked his In Oktibbeha
way to chief financial officer County, two loca-
in 2013 and assistant general tions have made Elmore
manager in February. The Isabelle Altman/Dispatch Staff permanent changes. A precinct at
cooperative’s board of trust- Incoming 4-County Chief Executive Officer Brian Clark works at his desk Wednesday. Clark Starkville Fire Station 3 on Garrard
ees finalized the decision will replace Joe Cade, who plans to retire at the end of the month, as CEO and general man- Road has been moved to Trinity
Monday. ager Oct. 1. Presbyterian Church at 607 Hospi-
4-County board chairman tal Road.
Jay Gilliland said Clark was the boxes.” CFO,” Gilliland said. “... He On Oct. 1, Clark will re- The voting location at Humphrey
one of five internal candi- “(Clark has) dedicated took on a lot of other respon- place outgoing CEO Joe Coliseum on Mississippi State Uni-
dates who applied for the himself in each one of his sibilities that were not neces- Cade, who will retire Sept. versity’s campus has moved to St.
position after the board de- jobs and projects through- sarily in his job. He was will- 30. Joseph’s Catholic Church at 607
termined to hire internally. out his career and more es- ing to do anything he had to Since Cade took over University Dr.
Clark, he said, “checked all pecially after he became ... do to better 4-County.” See Clark, 6A See Precincts, 6A

Weather Five Questions Calendar Local Folks Public

1 In what sport is the dohyo the cen- Today will begin at 10 a.m. at meetings
ter of the action? the parking lot at Pines Sept. 28: Board
■ Downtown Columbus and Cady Hill and contin-
2 French village, French castle, French of Aldermen work
prince —but who’s the only major Art Walk: Stroll through ue to the Columbus River-
character in Disney’s film “Beauty and downtown Columbus to walk. Call 662-3277916 session, 1:15
the Beast” with a French accent? visit with artists display- for more information. p.m., City Hall
3 What kind of vehicle does Travis ing their original work ■ Bulldog Bash: This
Bickle drive? Oct. 1: Board of
Peyton Martin from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Enjoy free afternoon and night
4 Who pleaded for calm in Los Ange- live music, kids’ activities Supervisors, 9
Kindergarten, New Hope event presented by the
les on May 1, 1992, asking “Can we and after-hours shopping. a.m., Oktibbeha

77 Low 63
stop ... making it horrible for the older MSU Student Association
people and the kids”? For more information, con-
High 5 Andy Warhol played himself on the tact Main Street Colum-
in downtown Starkville in- County Court-
Chance of t-storms cludes the 3 p.m. Maroon house
200th episode of what Aron Spelling bus, 662-328-6305. Market and a 6 p.m. con-
Full forecast on series? Oct. 2: Board of
page 2A. Answers, 8B cert with a Battle of the
Friday Bands winner, rapper Ric Aldermen, 5:30
■ Recovery Walk: Pines Wilson, alt-pop The Mow- p.m., City Hall
Inside and Cady Hill Recovery
Center is hosting a Re-
gli’s and headliners The
All-American Rejects. Visit
Oct. 9: Planning
Business 6B Dear Abby 5B and Zoning Com-
Classifieds 7B Obituaries 5A covery Walk to celebrate msubulldogbash.com, or
Comics 5B Opinions 4A September being National call 662-325-2930 for Jing Laio works at Clear- mission, 5:30
Crossword 8B Recovery Month. The walk more information. water Consulting. p.m., City Hall


2A Thursday, SEPTEMBER 27, 2018 The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com

Say What?
Did you hear? “A lot of the skills are the same, and we feel like
AP-NORC/MTV Poll: Young people he’s one of our best in the group of eight or nine.”
Mississippi State defensive coordinator Bob

feel anxious about election Shoop, talking about Chris Rayford, Story, 1B.

Young voters could play a critical role

in the elections, which will determine
whether Republicans will maintain High drama in Senate as
Kavanaugh-Ford hearing nears
their full grip on Congress
By JUANA SUMMERS licans will maintain their
The Associated Press full grip on Congress. But
the big question is wheth-
er they will show up to the ‘It is not my
gaged? Check. Anxious?
With weeks to go until
polls. Young voters rarely
turn out in numbers that responsibility to Networks plan wall-to-wall
the November midterm
elections, more young
match their share of the
population, especially in determine whether Mr. Kavanaugh hearing coverage
years when a presidential
Americans are interested
but, according to a new candidate isn’t on the bal- Kavanaugh deserves By DAVID BAUDER
AP Media Writer
poll, they’re also feeling
more anxious about the That’s leaving some to sit on the Supreme NEW YORK — The biggest broadcasters and cable news networks
A poll released Wednes-
voters nervous about what
to expect. Tia Green, a
Court. My responsibility are clearing their daytime schedules Thursday for coverage of the Sen-
ate Judiciary Committee hearing involving Supreme Court nominee
day by The Associated
Press-NORC Center for
33-year-old from Lexing- is to tell the truth.’ Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who has ac-
cused him of sexual assault when they were high school students in
ton Park, Maryland, said Christine Blasey Ford
Public Affairs Research she was worried that the the 1980s.
and MTV found that more election could inflame an By LISA MASCARO, ALAN FRAM
With the wall-to-wall coverage starting at 10 a.m. EDT, the hearing
young people now say promises to be a national drama along the lines of Clarence Thomas’
already divided political and LAURIE KELLMAN
they are feeling anxious The Associated Press confirmation hearing in 1991, when Anita Hill testified that he had sex-
culture. It’s an issue she’s
about the midterms, com- ually harassed her.
especially sensitive to af- Kavanaugh has forcefully denied Ford’s accusations.
pared to July. Nearly half ter recently seeing posts WA S H I N G T O N
of young Americans ages — With high drama “The stakes are very high,” said Christopher Isham, vice president
from a friend on social me- and Washington bureau chief at CBS News. Not only are the political
15 to 34 now say that they in the making, Su-
dia that offended her. implications huge, with a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court at
are anxious about the mid- preme Court nomi-
“In the end, I ended stake, the hearing is likely to continue the national conversation over
terms, up from 36 percent nee Brett Kavanaugh
up de-friending her with- treatment of women that has been taking place since the beginning of
in the earlier poll. emphatically fended
The increase is most out any confrontation or off new accusations the #MeToo movement.
pronounced among young anything. But I was kind of sexual misconduct Kavanaugh Since it wasn’t certain when or even if the hearing would take place
Democrats: 61 percent ex- of saddened by it,” said ahead of a charged until a couple of days ago, it has meant for some furious last-minute
pressed anxiety compared Green, who described public Senate hearing that could planning to organize the television coverage.
with 39 percent in July. herself as a moderate determine whether Republicans
Young voters could Democrat. “Her views in can salvage his nomination and en- ald Trump, who nominated Kava- it was her duty, was frankly “terri-
play a critical role in the general were completely shrine a high court conservative naugh and fiercely defends him, fied” and has been the target of vile
elections, which will de- disappointing, upsetting majority. said he was “open to changing my harassment and even death threats.
termine whether Repub- and it is hard to deal.” The Senate Judiciary Commit- mind.” “It is not my responsibility to
tee — 11 Republicans, all men, and “I want to watch, I want to see,” determine whether Mr. Kavanaugh
10 Democrats — was to hear from he said at a news conference in deserves to sit on the Supreme
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Unknown hitchhiker: Link to Mississippi burning death?

Quinton Tellis is being retried on capital murder charges, accused dence because of-
ficials can’t prove
The hair on top of her head was a
big singe-ball.”
of burning Jessica Chambers on a rural backroad on the outskirts of where the keys
were during that
A medical examiner testified
that Chambers’ death was a ho-
the Mississippi hamlet of Courtland in 2014 time. micide from soot and smoke in-
Four more halation and thermal injuries. Dr.
The Associated Press didn’t know whom she picked up. The defense disputed the tim- emergency Erin Barnhart said Chambers
Flowers, who didn’t testify ing, and Flowers acknowledged workers testi- had burns over 93 percent of her
BATESVILLE — A woman Tellis
last year, said a man flagged her she wasn’t sure what time she fied Wednesday body. She said Chambers was
testified Wednesday that she down and she stopped because made the trip, saying only “I that they heard Chambers say probably sitting when she was
picked up a hitchhiker the night she believed it might be her know I picked someone up.” something that sounded like burned because of unburned tis-
that a Mississippi woman was cousin. It wasn’t, but she agreed After Flowers left the Bates- Eric when asked who had at- sue on her rear and lower back.
fatally burned, but she’s unsure to pick up an African-American ville courthouse, the Clarion tacked her, bringing the total to “I think the most likely sce-
whether it’s the man prosecutors man whom she described as ap- Ledger reported deputies made give such testimony to 10 first nario based on that pattern was
have on trial. pearing to be about 20 years old a “traffic stop” of an individual responders over two days. One that she was seated,” Barnhart
Quinton Tellis is being retried and having a small to medium who may have been following said she described the attacker testified.
on capital murder charges, ac- build. Tellis, who is 5-foot-9, was Flowers. Panola County Sher- as a black person, while anoth- Prosecutors have said they
cused of burning Jessica Cham- 26 at the time iff Dennis Darby said he didn’t er said Chambers indicated the believe Chambers was reclined
bers on a rural backroad on the Still, prosecutors sought to know who had been stopped or if attacker was not her boyfriend. in the passenger seat of her car
outskirts of the Mississippi ham- connect the ride to Chambers’ anyone had been arrested. The defense contends prosecu- when she was set on fire.
let of Courtland in 2014. She died death, suggesting it was the Flowers picked up the hitch- tors have the wrong man on trial. Another analyst testified gas-
hours later in a Memphis, Ten- right time for Tellis to be head- hiker close to a location where Several also described Cham- oline was found on the remains
nessee, hospital. A jury couldn’t ing away from Chambers’ car be- a sheriff’s investigator had testi- bers wounds. of Chambers’ bra. Prosecutors
reach a verdict in Tellis’ first trial fore he returned to burn it. Pros- fied on Wednesday that a Court- “Skin was hanging off of her have said they believe Tellis re-
last year. ecutors also called witnesses land resident found Chambers’ lips (and) out of her nose,” emer- trieved a gasoline can from a
Sherry Flowers didn’t identify who lived at the destination the keys in a ditch two days after her gency medical technician Brad- shed after he left the scene the
Tellis in court Wednesday and hitchhiker cited who said they death. The defense objects to ley Dixon testified. “Her eye- first time and returned to set the
agreed with a prosecutor that she were cousins of Tellis. the keys being entered into evi- lashes and eyebrows were gone. car and Chambers ablaze.

Around the state

TV that investigator tapa died in the shooting. der. She’s jailed in Pasca-
Man arrested for selling guns
Sheriff: Man poses as Johnathan Carter was Police Chief Gary Pon- goula without bail.
Dispatch staff report
pastor to scam money trying to check the ad- thieux Jr. said the shoot- It’s unclear if either A Starkville man was arrested
from donors dress of a registered sex ing occurred in a dispute Jones or Tennor have law- on Tuesday after reportedly at-
PASCAGOULA — A offender Monday when between two men who yers. tempting to sell shotguns in a Dol-
Mississippi sheriff says a pit bull began barking knew each other. Police say they’ve lar General parking lot.
a man who calls himself and growling at him. No arrests have been decided not to charge a Starkville Police Department
“Pastor Jason” is once Hodge says Carter was made yet. third person they inter- arrested Eddie Davis, 52, for pos-
again trying to scam backing toward his vehi- No other details were viewed. session of a weapon by a felon after
money from people while cle when the dog lunged. immediately available. responding to a call to the Dollar
pretending to be a pastor. Carter fired once, killing Mississippi woman General at 1006 North Jackson St. Davis
The Sun Herald of Bi-
loxi reports authorities
the dog, named Zeus.
But Michael McGill
No injuries as fire arrested in weekend about a person attempting to sell firearms.
are searching for Tommy says he came outside and destroys Mississippi death of boyfriend According to an affidavit The Dispatch ob-
furniture warehouse tained Wednesday afternoon from Starkville mu-
Alexander Boulton, who saw Carter pull his gun HAT TIESBURG — A
PONTOTOC — Fire nicipal court, Davis had a CBC Shotgun Model
was arrested and charged and shoot the dog twice. woman who faced con-
has destroyed the ware- C1304830 and a New England Firearm 20-gauge
in a similar scam in 2016. McGill says Zeus was spiracy charges in the
house at a furniture man- shotgun.
Jackson County Sher- scratching his back when 2015 death of two police
ufacturing plant in north- Davis was booked in the Oktibbeha County
iff Mike Ezell says the Carter shot the dog. officers in Mississippi
east Mississippi. Jail, where he was still being held as of Thurs-
department received a Hodge says deputies has been charged with
News outlets report day morning. He has a hold from Clay County for
call Tuesday saying “Pas- are trained to handle ag- killing her boyfriend.
no injuries were reported contempt of court and a hold with the Mississippi
tor Jason” was soliciting gressive animals. News outlets report-
in the fire Wednesday at Department of Corrections, according to jail per-
money for a children’s Sheriff’s records show ed police have arrested
Washington Furniture at sonnel.
ministry. a report of dog bite at the 22-year-old Anquanette
Ezell has said the de- house in 2017, which resi- an industrial park in Pon- Alexander of Hatties-
partment received calls dents deny. totoc burg and charged her
in 2016 from business Pontotoc Fire Chief with first-degree mur-
owners who bought ad
space in a booklet Boul-
Heavy rain swamps Lance Martin says work-
ers were able to get out
der in Sunday’s death of
about 100 houses in 31-year-old Greg Haw-
ton said would be handed of the warehouse after thorne.
out at a youth rally. Of- Mississippi suburb the fire started, and the Hattiesburg police
ficials discovered there PEARL — Heavy rain sprinkler system was also arrested 41-year-
never was a rally. in Mississippi has caused working. old Nikarra Duncan and
flash flooding that has in- The company makes charged her with ob-
Mississippi enacts no undated about 100 homes sofas, love seats and re- struction of justice.
and 25 businesses. cliners. Thousands of
new gun laws in 2018 The flooding happened pieces of furniture were
Police responded to
a shooting Sunday and
JACKSON — Missis- Wednesday in Pearl, just in the warehouse when it found Hawthorne dead in
sippi has enacted no new east of Jackson. burned. his home.
state laws this year to Gov. Phil Bryant says About 300 people work Alexander pleaded
either regulate gun own- in addition to buildings, for Washington Furni- guilty to conspiracy in
ership or expand where more than 50 vehicles ture. The vice president 2017 in the shooting
firearms may be carried. were damaged. of sales, John Beard, says deaths of Hattiesburg
The Associated Press Rankin County Sheriff the company will come police officers Benjamin
reviewed state gun legis- Bryan Bailey tells local back from the fire. J. Dean and Liquori Tate,
lation considered across news outlets that 30 to 40 In January, parts of who were killed during
the U.S. in 2018, the first deputies helped rescue American Furniture a traffic stop. She was
year since a deadly mass people. Manufacturing’s facility accused of conspiring to
shooting in Las Vegas. Pearl police say at least in Pontotoc County were hide evidence.
Some states passed gun one bridge collapsed and destroyed by fire, but that Her sentence was de-
control bills, but the year a strip mall’s roof fell in.
was not the game-chang- company was back in full ferred for five years. It
National Weather Ser- production within weeks.
er that gun-control advo- vice meteorologist Thom- was not known if she has
cates hoped it could be. as Winesett says more an attorney on the mur-
Mississippi lawmakers than 4.5 inches of rain Man wanted in der charge.
killed a bill that would were recorded in nearby Mississippi bar
have erased rules limit- Richland. shooting arrested in Authorities identify
ing where people can car-
ry guns on public prop-
Before dawn Wednes- Illinois body found in creek
day, heavy rain also fell OCEAN SPRINGS — SEMINARY — Au-
erty, including college in northeast Mississippi. A man wanted in a deadly thorities are identifying
campuses. National Weather Service shooting at a Mississippi a body found floating in
During a debate in meteorologist Phil Baker
February, Democratic Gulf Coast bar has been a south Mississippi creek
says radar estimates 11.3 arrested in Illinois. popular with boaters as a
Rep. Charles Young of inches of rain near Blue
Meridian held up an un- Ocean Springs police 55-year-old man.
Springs. Covington County
loaded pistol. He said he tell news outlets that
Some roads washed Coroner Chris Daquila
was trying to show leg- DeShaude Jones was
out in Union and Pontotoc tells WDAM-TV that the
islators live under rules arrested Monday north
counties. body found Saturday in
restricting firearms in of Chicago. Officials at
the Capitol while they the Lake County jail in Okatoma Creek was Gary
allow possession of guns
Mississippi man dies in Waukegan say Jones fac- Lynn Dunn of Seminary.
at schools and sports ven- home shooting es a hearing Wednesday How Dunn died is
ues. BAY ST. LOUIS — but is not charged with a still under investigation.
One man has died follow- crime there. Daquila says autopsy re-
ing a shooting at a home Troy Taylor was shot sults are pending.
Family disputes in Mississippi. and killed in a parking Dunn’s body was found
whether deputy was The Sun Herald re- lot behind Kahuna’s Bar by a group of people who
justified to shoot dog ports the shooting was & Grill in Ocean Springs were canoeing.
LAUREL — A Missis- reported shortly before in the early hours of Daquila has said the
sippi family is complain- 1 a.m. Tuesday in Bay St. Sept. 15. Police say video body was decomposed
ing after a sheriff’s depu- Louis. shows Jones firing a gun. when authorities re-
ty shot their dog. Hancock County Malinda Marie Tennor trieved it from the creek
Jones County Sheriff Coroner Jim Faulk said turned herself in Sept. 15 and they couldn’t imme-
Alex Hodge tells WDAM- 36-year-old Raymond Es- and is charged with mur- diately identify it.

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‘What boy hasn’t done this in high school?’

Gina Sosa is not impressed named Brett Kavanaugh. slaved by raging hormones, so helpless only six of every thousand rapes results
by attempted rape. He, of course, grew up to be before our own sluttishness that sexual in a prison sentence. And it is one reason
“What boy hasn’t done this Donald Trump’s nominee for assault is just something every woman almost 70 percent of rapes are never
in high school?” she asks. the Supreme Court — and to should expect? reported. Survivors know they won’t be
“Please, I would like to know.” deny the accusation. No. That is demeaning, insulting, believed — or even taken seriously.
Since she asked so nicely, “What boy hasn’t done ignorant and wrong. We all should find that abhorrent, but
I went on Twitter, looking for this?” she says. It made me hope Sosa has no sons. not all of us do. Some say the right things
men who managed to get out So she’s seriously asking Can you imagine having a mother who about sexual assault, but when it comes
of school without committing what boy hasn’t — as Kavana- thinks so little of you? time for accountability, they flinch, dis-
attempted rape. Turned out ugh allegedly did — thrown It also made me hope she has no torting morality like a funhouse mirror
to be pretty easy. I found lots a girl down and pinned daughters. Can you imagine coming so as to create sympathy for perpetra-
of them. her with his weight? What home traumatized, some guy’s paw tors while survivors live with guilt and
A guy named Phil said: Leonard Pitts boy hasn’t ground himself prints all over you, and having Mom tell shame.
“It was all I could do to get against a girl while trying to you to grin and bear it, because boys will “What boy hasn’t done this in high
the courage to ask a girl to rip off her clothes? What boy be boys? school?” she asks.
a movie. The car bench seat next to me hasn’t covered a girl’s mouth when she It’s true enough that Sosa’s words sug- And though the question is bluntly
was safer than a fallout shelter.” A guy tried to scream? gest a certain moral obtuseness among dismissive, it doesn’t spring from no-
named Charles had a similar experience. Well, I didn’t. Nor, if Twitter is to be Kavanaugh’s defenders, so desperate to where. Rather, it grows from the quietly
“I barely committed kissing,” he said. believed, am I unique. So pardon me if I seat him on the high court that they are dismissive way too many of us routinely
This isn’t to suggest no high school feel defamed. willing to minimize and trivialize the treat sexual-assault survivors when they
boy has ever sexually assaulted a girl; I’ve never cared much about defend- crimes alleged against him. But truth is, are courageous enough to trust us with
that would be stupid. But that word ing my gender from criticism. Much of this obtuseness is unique to no party — their pain. Sosa should be ashamed of
also applies to the question asked by what we receive, whether on issues of or person. It belongs to us as a nation. herself, yes.
Sosa, a failed congressional candidate unequal pay, male privilege, interrupting It’s the reason one woman in six is But she’s not the only one.
from Miami. She was part of a group of women when they talk — or even that the victim of an attempted or completed Leonard Pitts Jr., winner of the 2004
Republican women in Florida speaking thing about leaving the toilet seat up — I sexual assault, the reason hundreds of Pulitzer Prize for commentary, is a colum-
to CNN last week about an allegation concede that we deserve. thousands of unprocessed rape kits gath- nist for the Miami Herald. Email him at
of attempted rape against a 17-year-old But rapists? Without exception? So en- er dust in warehouses. It is the reason lpitts@miamiherald.com.

Other editors Cartoonist view

State letting
hospitals fail
In the last month, four more
Mississippi hospitals have filed for
bankruptcy — in Magee, Bates-
ville, Amory and Clarksdale. This
is just the latest in a list of dozens of
Mississippi rural hospitals that are
either closing, filing for bankruptcy
or, like Greenwood Leflore Hospi-
tal, becoming steadily unprofitable.
Local hospitals have been a
mainstay of small towns and cities
in Mississippi, often the largest
employer in the area and a source
of great community pride and sup-
port. It is a sad day to watch their
slow destruction.
The cause of this is simple:
Mississippi, like 16 other Repub-
lican-dominated states, continues
to turn down federal money for
Medicaid expansion, thus deny-
ing coverage for 167,000 working
poor. The Medicaid expansion
is supposed to cover cutbacks in
federal hospital reimbursements
for uncompensated care, but in
states that have turned down the
federal money, the hospitals are out
of luck.
Bear in mind the feds are paying
for nearly all the money required
to expand Medicaid. Mississippi
is turning up its nose at a billion
dollars a year, money that is sorely
needed by rural hospitals serving
the rural working poor. As a result, LIFE IN AMERICA
Mississippi is shooting itself in the
foot and losing population as work-
ers flee to neighboring states, such
as Louisiana and Arkansas, where
Are low prices always a good thing?
they can get medical coverage. If you like exploring the of spinning the outdoors their product. In a similar vein, Khan
Why is this so? It’s because the great outdoors, as I do, you dream, thus adding value to writes, “the thousands of retailers and
expansion of Medicaid to the work- probably enjoy shopping (or the wares. It seemed unfair independent businesses that must ride
ing poor was part of Obamacare. at least looking) in those to let an online discount- Amazon’s rails to reach market are in-
Republicans don’t want to be seen high-end stores serving er such as Walmart.com creasingly dependent on their biggest
as supporting anything to do with campers, hikers and the swoop in and grab the sale. competitor.”
Obamacare, no matter how much like. There, the wilderness The stores were already Khan concedes that it’s hard for con-
fiscal sense it makes to a poor fantasy rides high: Neat suffering under the advanc- sumers to dislike a company that offers
rural state such as Mississippi. In a displays of specialized es of Amazon. fast delivery, shoots great entertain-
word, it’s politics. tents, headlamps and fleece Specialty shops — be ment to their screens and does it all
The irony is that Medicaid jackets. Often a stone-and- they for cameras, clothing at attractive prices. Heaven knows, if
remains for those in Mississippi wood decor smelling of or sporting goods — face buying lots of stuff through Amazon is
who do not work. But why accept a cedar. And salespeople who Froma Harrop similar challenges. Custom- some sort of consumer sin, yours truly
lowpaying starter job in Mississippi know all about trail shoes. ers come in, take a hunk is headed for the hot place.
when you will immediately lose Selling upscale garb and of a clerk’s time and try But if the only consumer value is
your medical benefits? By refusing gear for outdoor adventures has long things. Some of them then go online to price, there’s this problem: Once the
to expand Medicaid, our Repub- been the province of these well-ap- buy the desired item for $2.89 less. octopus knocks out the competition, it
lican leadership is making sure pointed stores serving a loyal clientele. So here’s a question for America’s is free to jack up its prices. Amazon’s
those who don’t work will never Some major-league disruption, howev- consumers. Are low prices always in low prices have long been seen as a
try to get a job. It is a classic case er, has come their way. our best interests? And what is the end strategy to purge retailing rivals.
of using public policy to ensure the Walmart recently bought a Michi- game should giant online retailers be- Amazon argues back that it still fac-
continuation of a cycle of poverty. gan-based retailer (with the crunchy come the only place to shop? The loss es stiff competition in entertainment,
Obamacare was not the best way name of Moosejaw) to “curate” an on- of bricks-and-mortar stores means the consumer electronics and technology
to fix America’s medical coverage line shopping site for premium outdoor loss of local jobs and tax revenues. Big services. “Retail is our largest business
problems. Health savings accounts clothes and equipment. It had lined up Tech’s assault on the retailing dollar today,” Amazon said in a statement,
and a variety of free market re- such fancy items as Deuter backpacks raises other concerns, as well. “and we represent less than 1 percent
forms would have been far supe- and Katadyn water filtration systems to A debate is brewing over whether of global retail.”
rior. But that battle was lost years appear on Walmart.com. massive players, such as Amazon, are Well, what can we say? Is there
ago. Mississippi should accept the But then, the traditional stores concentrating monopoly power that room in this town for both the online
law of the land and quit turning rebelled. Led by the Grassroots Out- our antitrust laws should contain. Lina bulldozers and the cozy merchants
down a billion dollars a year. This door Alliance, they threatened to pull Khan, a legal scholar now advising the hanging kayaks from their ceilings
exercise in ideological purity over products appearing on Walmart.com Federal Trade Commission, has com- and piling trail maps near their cafes?
commonsense practicality is a from their shelves. pared Amazon’s Jeff Bezos to Standard The answer so far may be yes, but for
monumental error on behalf of our Guess what happened next. About a Oil’s John D. Rockefeller of 1905. As the established stores, it’s been a two-
Republican leadership. It is hurting third of the brands — including Leki, she sees it, Bezos now, like Rockefeller hands-and-a-rope climb. Good luck to
our state in very obvious ways as Deuter and Black Diamond Equip- then, crushes competitors through them.
these new hospital bankruptcies ment — took their merchandise off control of the industry’s infrastructure. Froma Harrop, a syndicated colum-
and our state’s population decline Walmart’s site. Rockefeller, for example, colluded nist, writes for the Providence (Rhode
attest. The retailers make a good case. with the railroads to put other oilmen Island) Journal. Her e-mail address is
Greenwood Commonwealth They do the work and bear the expense at a huge disadvantage in shipping fharrop@gmail.com.
The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com Thursday, SEPTEMBER 27, 2018 5A

APNewsBreak: 80,000 people died of flu last winter in US

2017 eclipses estimates for every flu season a kind of flu that tends to put
more people in the hospital and
people die from flu each year.
Flu is so common that not all
Last winter was not the worst
flu season on record, however.
going back to the winter of 1976-1977 cause more deaths, particularly
among young children and the
flu cases are reported, and flu
is not always listed on death
The 1918 flu pandemic, which
lasted nearly two years, killed
By MIKE STOBBE one found the size of the esti- elderly. certificates. So the CDC uses more than 500,000 Americans,
AP Medical Writer mate surprising. The season peaked in ear- statistical models, which are historians estimate.
“That’s huge,” said Dr. Wil- ly February and it was mostly periodically revised, to make It’s not easy to compare flu
NEW YORK — An estimat- liam Schaffner, a Vanderbilt over by the end of March. estimates. seasons through history, partly
ed 80,000 Americans died of University vaccine expert. The Making a bad year worse, Fatal complications from because the nation’s population
flu and its complications last tally was nearly twice as much the flu vaccine didn’t work very the flu can include pneumonia, is changing. There are more
winter — the disease’s highest as what health officials previ- well. Experts nevertheless say stroke and heart attack. Americans — and more elder-
death toll in at least four de- ously considered a bad year, he vaccination is still worth it be- CDC officials called the ly Americans — today than in
cades. said. cause it makes illnesses less 80,000 figure preliminary, and decades past, noted Dr. Daniel
The director of the Centers In recent years, flu-related severe and save lives. it may be slightly revised. But Jernigan, a CDC flu expert.
for Disease Control and Pre- deaths have ranged from about “I’d like to see more people they said it is not expected to U.S. health officials on
vention, Dr. Robert Redfield, 12,000 to 56,000, according to get vaccinated,” Redfield told go down. Thursday are scheduled to
revealed the total in an inter- the CDC. the AP at an event in New York. It eclipses the estimates for hold a media event in Washing-
view Tuesday night with The Last fall and winter, the “We lost 80,000 people last year every flu season going back to ton, D.C., to stress the impor-
Associated Press. U.S. went through one of the to the flu.” the winter of 1976-1977. Esti- tance of vaccinations to protect
Flu experts knew it was a most severe flu seasons in re- CDC officials do not have mates for many earlier seasons against whatever flu circulates
very bad season, but at least cent memory. It was driven by exact counts of how many were not readily available. this coming winter.

Area obituaries
COMMERCIAL DISPATCH Bennett of Sparta, John by her husband, Joe arrangements. Charles Thomas and Teddy Thomas of
OBITUARY POLICY A. Bennett of Texas and Lee Jones; daughters, Mrs. Cockerham was Mobile, Alabama; six
Obituaries with basic informa- CALEDONIA —
James Bennett of Cedar Larstella Jones, Lu- born Jan. 29, 1973, in Charles William “APAC grandchildren; and
tion including visitation and
service times, are provided
Bluff; daughters, Doro- venia Hill and Gwen- Amory, to Patricia “Pat Jack” Thomas, 78, died nine great-grandchil-
free of charge. Extended obit- thy McCall of Georgia dolyn Jones Clark, all Williams Wells and the Sept. 25, 2018, at Bap- dren.
uaries with a photograph, de- and Janice Anderson of Columbus; sons, late Van Buren Wells Jr. tist Memorial Hospi- Pallbearers will
tailed biographical information of South Carolina; 13 Joe W. Jones of Lit- She was a graduate of tal-Golden Triangle. be Stephen Johnston,
and other details families may grandchildren; a host tle Rock, Arkansas, Hamilton High School Services will be at Steve Honnoll, Tomas
wish to include, are available of great-grandchildren; Tommie E. Jones of and a member of Honnoll, Wayne Pres-
for a fee. Obituaries must be 11 a.m. Saturday at
and one great-great- Kileen, Texas, Ross Hamilton Presbyterian ley, Anthony Honnoll,
submitted through funeral Vibrant Church with
grandchild. Henry Jones, Charles Church. William Darnell and
homes unless the deceased’s Ron Delgado officiat-
Memorials may be Y. Jones, the Rev. Leroy In addition to her Lawrence Darnell.
body has been donated to ing. Burial will follow
science. If the deceased’s made to the West Point Jones, Richard J. Jones, father mother, she is Memorials may
at Memorial Gardens
body was donated to science, Clay County Animal Alfred Jones an Aial survived by her daugh- be made to Vibrant
Cemetery. Visitation
the family must provide official Shelter, 5122 Old Tib- Jones, all of Colum- ters, Lacey Drew Cock-
will be from 6-8 p.m. Church Building Fund,
proof of death. Please submit bee Road; West Point, bus; 35 grandchil- erham and Lexy Ann
all obituaries on the form Friday at the church. 500 Holly Hills Road,
MS 39773. dren; 72 great-grand- Cockerham, both of
provided by The Commercial Lowndes Funeral Columbus, MS 39705.
children; and 10 Hamilton; son, Nathan
Dispatch. Free notices must Home is in charge of
be submitted to the newspa- Isola Jones great-great-grandchil- Miles Cockerham of
per no later than 3 p.m. the COLUMBUS — Isola dren. Hamilton; sisters, Lisa
Mr. Thomas was
day prior for publication Tues- Jones, 87, died Sept. 20, Pallbearers will be Wells Savage and Lori
born Aug. 9, 1940, in
day through Friday; no later 2018, at Baptist Memo- Kennedy Jones, Jacob Wells Pritchett, both
Maryville, Tennessee,
than 4 p.m. Saturday for the rial Hospi- Ford, Deontae Jones, of Hamilton; and two
Sunday edition; and no later to the late Elmo and
tal-Golden Devontae Jones, Monte grandchildren.
than 7:30 a.m. for the Monday Mary Presley Thom-
Triangle. Jones, Jesse Johnson Pallbearers will be
edition. Incomplete notices as. He was formerly
must be received no later than Services and Mark Butler. Blake Pritchett, Ethan
Dahlem, Mason Ste- employed as a plant
7:30 a.m. for the Monday will be at 1
vens, Sterling Coleman, supervisor with APAC
through Friday editions. Paid p.m. Friday Mary Austin Jason Craven, Shay and was a member of
notices must be finalized by 3 at Stephen STARKVILLE —
p.m. for inclusion the next day Sprayberry and Lynn Vibrant Church.
Chapel Mary Louise Austin, 97,
Monday through Thursday; and
West. In addition to his par-
M.B. Jones
died Sept. 24, 2018, in
on Friday by 3 p.m. for Sunday
Church ents, he was preceded
and Monday publication. For Columbus. in death by his brother,
more information, call 662- with the Rev. Jimmy Services will be at William Frye Buster Thomas; and
328-2471. Pounds officiating. 11 a.m. Saturday at COLUMBUS — Wil-
Burial will follow at sister, Janie Richard-
Second Baptist Church liam H. “Bill” Frye, 88, son.
Union Cemetery. died Sept. 26, 2018, at
Beatrice Williams Visitation will be from
with the Rev. Joseph
Baptist Memorial Hos-
He is survived by his
WEST POINT — Stone officiating. wife, Shirley Thomas
3-8 p.m. Thursday at Burial will follow at pital-Golden Triangle.
Beatrice “Bea” Bennett Carter’s Funeral Ser- of Caledonia; children,
Williams, 90, died Sept. Odd Fellows Ceme- Arrangements are Theresa Thomas
vices. Carter’s Funeral tery. Visitation will be incomplete and will be
24, 2018, at OCH Re- Services is in charge of Darnell of Toxey, Ala-
gional Medical Center. from 1-5 p.m. Friday announced by Lowndes
arrangements. bama, Cecelia Thomas
Services will be at 2 at Century Hairston Funeral Home.
Mrs. Jones was Honnoll of Caledonia,
p.m. Friday at Robinson Funeral Home. Century Nadine Lindsey and
born March 13, 1931, Wilma Mullins
Funeral Home Chapel Hairston Funeral Home Spencer Thomas, both
in Brooksville, to the MACON — Wilma
with the Rev. Jerry is in charge of arrange- of Maryville; sisters,
late Robert Brown Sr.
Allen officiating. Burial ments. Brown Mullins, 59, died Vickie Goodson and
and Cora Brown. She
will follow at Pheba Ms. Austin was Sept. 24, 2018. Liddle Dockery, both of
was formerly employed
Cemetery. Visitation born Oct. 2, 1930, in Arrangements are Maryville; brothers, Bo
as a housekeeper with
will be from 5-7 p.m. Starkville, to the late incomplete and will be Thomas of Maryville
Columbus Hospital
Thursday at the funeral J.D. Austin and Mary announced by Lee-
and was a member of
home. Robinson Funer- Johnson. She was Sykes Funeral Home.
Canaan M.B. Church
formerly employed as a
You’ve always said you
al Home is in charge of and Busy Bee Club. wanted to be buried in
arrangements. In addition to her CNA. Richard Anderson
Mrs. Williams was parents, she was pre- COLUMBUS — the dress you wore to your
born Nov. 14, 1927, to ceded in death by her Catina Cockerham Richard L. Anderson, granddaughter’s wedding.
the late Ventrice Mont- son, Joe Lee Jones Jr.; HAMILTON — Cati- 91, died Sept. 26, 2018, Preplanning takes care of
gomery and Quay Alvin brothers, Robert Brown na “Tina” Wells Cocker- at Windsor Nursing all the decisions so your
Reid. She was formerly Jr., Selvin Brown, ham, 45, died Sept. 24, Home. family doesn’t have to.
employed with Bryan Frank Brown, Walt 2018, at her residence. Arrangements are When Caring Counts...
Foods. Brown, John B. Brown, Services will be incomplete and will be 1131 N. Lehmberg Rd.
In addition to her Teal Brown, Willie T. at 11 a.m. Friday at announced by Lowndes Columbus, MS 39702
parents, she was Brown, Tommie Brown, Tisdale-Lann Memorial Funeral Home. FUNERAL HOME
& CREMATORY (662) 328-1808
preceded in death by Clyde Brown, Cleve- Funeral Home Chapel
Maggie Cureton
Caleb Cash
her husbands, John land Brown, Willie B. with Robert Moore
Bennett and Thomas Brown, Jimmy Brown officiating. Burial will COLUMBUS —
Williams; son, Robert and Oscar Brown; and follow at Center Hill Maggie Cureton, 70,
Bennett; and brothers, sisters, Luvenia Neely, Cemetery. Visitation died Sept. 25, 2018, at Caleb Cash, age 29, of Gordo, AL, passed away
Waymond Reid and Bertha Roland, Green will be from 4-6 p.m. DCH Hospital. Friday, September 21, 2018, at his residence.
Alvin Reid. Ella Summerville, Thursday at the funeral Arrangements are Visitation will be held on Friday, September
She is survived by Lorene Brown, Gussie home. Tisdale-Lann incomplete and will be 28, 2018, from 11:00 – 12:00 at Lowndes Funeral
her sons, Billy Bennett Brown and Susie Smith. Memorial Funeral announced by Lee- Home, Columbus, MS. A memorial service will
of West Point, Larry She is survived Home is in charge of Sykes Funeral Home. follow on Friday, September 28, 2018, at 12:00
PM in the Lowndes Funeral Home Chapel with
Dr. Alan Burchfield officiating.
Caleb was born on August 2, 1989, in Amory,
MS, to Jimmy Cash and Lisa Minyard Williams.

Louisiana’s ‘admitting privileges’ abortion law upheld

He was a member of Double H. Gun Club, loved
to play the guitar, and was a diehard Mississippi
State football fan.
Caleb was preceded in death by his grandfa-
Opponents have argued law would “Almost all Texas hos-
pitals required that for a
that court records indi-
cate operate in Louisiana ther, Mike Cash.
make it very difficult or impossible doctor to maintain priv-
ileges there, he or she
— in New Orleans, Baton
Rouge and Shreveport.
Caleb is survived by his mother, Lisa (Beau)
Williams of Columbus, MS; father, Jimmy Cash
for many women to obtain abortions had to admit a minimum Opponents of the law of Pensacola, FL; brothers, Jeremey Cash of
number of patients an- have argued it would Columbus, MS, Zacary Cash of Pensacola, FL,
By KEVIN McGILL Supreme Court decision nually,” Judge Jerry E. make it very difficult or Cody Cash of Pensacola, FL and Brad Carley of
The Associated Press striking down an admit- Smith wrote in the opin- impossible for many wom- Columbus, MS; sister, Cristen Fosberg of Co-
ting privileges law in ion joined by Judge Edith en to obtain abortions. lumbus, MS; maternal grandparents, Joe and
NEW ORLEANS — A Texas — a case known as Brown Clement. “Few They have said it could Annette Minyard of Columbus, MS; paternal
federal appeals court pan- Whole Woman’s Health. Louisiana hospitals made result in one or two clinic grandmother, Nancy Cash of Columbus, MS; pa-
el ruled Wednesday that But, the majority said, that demand.” closures and, eventually, a ternal grandparents, Carole and Dave Hoskins of
a Louisiana law requiring Louisiana’s law does not Supporters of the law loss of access to abortion Meridian, MS; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces
that abortion providers impose the same “sub- said abortion doctors by 70 percent of the wom- and nephews.
have admitting privileg- stantial burden” on wom- need to be able to admit en seeking the procedure Honorary pallbearers will be Keith Burchfield,
es at nearby hospitals en as the Texas law. The patients to a hospital with- in Louisiana. Elwyn Searly, Dylan Cash and Conner Wimberly.
does not violate women’s ruling reversed a Baton in 30 miles (50 kilome- Smith rejected that Memorials may be made to St. Jude Research
constitutional abortion Rouge-based federal ters) in case of medical contention. His opinion Hospital or donor’s choice.
rights. judge’s ruling in the case complications. didn’t attack the district
The 2-1 ruling from and ordered the lawsuit The law’s immediate judge’s decision that the Compliments of
the 5th U.S. Circuit Court by opponents of the law effects are unclear as to law’s benefits were mini- Lowndes Funeral Home
of Appeals notes a U.S. dismissed. the three abortion clinics mal. www.lowndesfuneralhome.net
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Trump, at UN, backs separate states for Israel, Palestinians

President: He would still support Israel and
the Palestinians should they opt for a one- Trump to world leaders: China out to meddle in 2018 election
state solution The Associated Press on trade,” Trump said as he chaired the U.N.
Security Council for the first time. He made his
By MAT THEW LEE a one-state resolution, which UNITED NATIONS — Taking center stage accusation against the backdrop of the special
AP Diplomatic Writer might see the Palestinian terri- at the United Nations, President Donald Trump counsel’s investigation into Russian interfer-
tories become part of Israel. on Wednesday accused China of trying to in-
ence in the last election to help him and amid
UNITED NATIONS — For “I like (a) two-state solu- terfere in the upcoming U.S. congressional
concerns that this November’s elections also
the first time since taking of- tion,” Trump said as he posed elections because it opposes his tough trade
fice, President Donald Trump policies. The White House provided scant evi- could be vulnerable.
for photographs with Netanya- Asked later what evidence he had, Trump
endorsed a two-state solution hu. “That’s what I think works dence of anything akin to the level of Russia’s
as the best way to resolve the meddling in the 2016 presidential election. said there was “plenty” but didn’t immediately
best. That’s my feeling. Now,
conflict between Israel and the you may have a different feel- “They do not want me or us to win because provide details, suggesting that some of the ma-
Palestinians as he met Wednes- ing. I don’t think so. But I think I am the first president ever to challenge China terial was classified.
day at the U.N. with Israeli two-state solution works best.”
Prime Minister Benjamin Net- Later, Trump told a news one-state solution, though he peace plan could be presented el’s capital. The Palestinians
anyahu. conference that reaching a two- believed that was less likely. in the next two to four months, also claim the holy city as the
Trump told reporters that he state solution is “more difficult “Bottom line: If the Israelis and but was not specific as to tim- capital of an eventual state. Ear-
believes that two states — Isra- because it’s a real estate deal” Palestinians want one-state, ing. lier this year, Trump followed
el and one for the Palestinians but that ultimately it “works that’s OK with me. If they want Trump has been heavily crit- up on the recognition by mov-
— “works best.” He has previ- better because you have people two states, that’s OK with me. icized by the Palestinians for a ing the U.S. Embassy in Israel
ously been vague on the topic, governing themselves.” I’m happy if they’re happy.” series of moves that they say from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, a
suggesting that he would sup- He added that he would still In his earlier comments, show distinct bias toward Isra- step that was widely protested
port whatever the parties might support Israel and the Pales- Trump said his much anticipat- el, starting with his recognition by Palestinians and others in
agree to, including possibly tinians should they opt for a ed but still unreleased Mideast last year of Jerusalem as Isra- the Arab world.

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the cooperative in 2010, tine athlete at a pro level. vides power for more Clark said. “All counties board of trustees, of
4-County has made You have to work hard at than 38,000 members have received funds from which he became a mem-
strides in efficiency, work staying in physical shape, in Noxubee County and the foundation, but you ber in 2010. LCSD Super-
safety and community en- so we have to work hard at rural parts of Lowndes, really hear from the coun- intendent Lynn Wright
gagement, consolidating maintaining what they’ve Oktibbeha, Clay, Mon- ties that need it the most. said if Clark’s leadership
offices to save money for already built for us.” roe, Chickasaw, Choctaw, They really sing praises in the school district is
members, working with The cooperative is Winston and Webster about how it’s done.” any indication of how he
the Golden Triangle De- a nonprofit, meaning counties. Clark plans to continue will lead 4-County, the Cade Wright
velopment LINK to bring instead of having “cus- That focus on members Cade’s focus on safety and electric cooperative is in
industries like Yokohama tomers” the company gives 4-County a commu- economic development. good hands. and he’s been real good
to the area and starting has members who be- nity focus that Clark is He said he wants to find “He’s willing to ask in his jobs here so I don’t
the 4-County Foundation, come part owners when particularly proud of. He ways to make the cooper- good, tough questions have any doubts about
which raises money to they receive power from said 4-County Founda- ative more efficient, and and he expects solid an- him,” Cade said. “I think
give grants to organiza- 4-County. That kind of tion is a prime example. he mentioned a program swers,” Wright said. he’ll do a really good job.
tions and individuals in set-up, Clark said, allows Members who opt in have where members who lose Cade said while he “I’ve had over 25 years
the nine counties the co- 4-County to focus on its their bills rounded to the power can inform 4-Coun- had nothing to do him- of good relationships with
operative serves. members rather than a nearest dollar, and the everyone I’ve worked with
ty through text messag- self with the board’s de-
Those are some of the bottom line. spare change goes to the and I know Brian has got
ing rather than having to cision to hire Clark as his
successes Cade leaves “Granted, if you don’t Foundation, which pro-
call or go to the office. replacement, he’s happy the personality to do very
behind, Clark said. Now have a margin, you don’t vides grants to other area
Clark also is serving with the decision. well,” he added. “He’s a
he wants to make sure he have a mission in busi- nonprofits that focus on
keeps the cooperative go- ness,” Clark said. “But it education, catastrophic as president of Lowndes “He’s well-educated, rock-solid good Christian
ing in the same direction. allows us to focus on our intervention and health County School District’s he knows what he’s doing man.”
“I think 4-County’s in members more-so than and human services.
a great place,” Clark said. making a bottom line for “We have some suc-
“I know that’s easy to say, say a stockholder compa- cessful communities like
but Mr. Joe and the board, ny or a privately owned Lowndes County and Ok-
they really have done the company. Because we’re tibbeha County, but we
right things at the right member-owned, we can also have some less suc-
time, which makes my job look at their needs and cessful communities like
easy coming in. But it’s what serves them best.” Choctaw County, parts
kind of like being a pris- The cooperative pro- of Clay, parts of Monroe,”

New Florence flooding forecasts

are good news for S Carolina
The Associated Press be from 5 to 10 feet. But the latest forecast
lowered that estimate to 2 to 4 feet, accord-
BUCKSPORT, S.C. — The last com- ing to the county’s Facebook page.
munity in the way of Hurricane Florence’s “The water is spreading,” Georgetown
floodwaters as they slowly flow to the sea County Administrator Sel Hemingway
got some good news Wednesday — the said Wednesday. “We are not seeing the
predictions aren’t as dire as they once vertical rise.”
were. Twelve days after the once-fierce hurri-
And it appears the Waccamaw River cane arrived on the coast, and more than a
won’t top a lake of coal ash or the main week after it blew north and dissipated, riv-
highway to Myrtle Beach. ers swollen by its relentless rains are still
Officials originally expected flooding in flooding homes and businesses in their
the worst areas of Georgetown County to paths as they make their way to the sea.

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Sheryl Elmore, depu- tion at the said the notifications in-
ty election clerk with the Hu m ph r ey cluded a new voter card
Oktibbeha County Circuit Col iseum, and a letter explaining the
Clerk’s Office, said the Rook said polling place changes.
move, in both instances, MSU ap- Rook said the changes
does not impact voting proached are another example of
precinct lines. All voters the county why it’s important to keep
who voted at the old loca- and asked personal information
tions will simply go to the for a move. Rook
updated with the circuit
new ones, she said. He said the new location
clerk’s office.
“People think be- may work better for vot-
cause of that, everything ers, who won’t need to “Please notify our of-
changed, and it didn’t,” compete with university fice any time your address
Elmore said. “Everyone students for parking. changes,” he said. “Be-
is where they’re always “My understanding is cause if we send out mail
supposed to be — it’s just the members of the athlet- and we get it returned,
where they go vote.” ic department approached your voter status can be
Elmore said the new members of the election moved to inactive, which
location at Trinity Pres- commission in that dis- takes you off the poll
byterian Church is hand- trict and asked them to books.”
icapped-accessible with find a different location One voting location
adequate parking. because that current loca- in Lowndes County has
Oktibbeha County Cir- tion interfered with MSU moved.
cuit Clerk Tony Rook also athletics,” Rook said. Fannie Brewer, with
said the new location has “Parking is always the Lowndes County Cir-
proper heating and cool- an issue anywhere on cuit Clerk’s Office, said
ing, which is important campus, so there’s much
the Union Academy vot-
for a voting precinct. better parking,” he later
ing location has moved to
“It’s mainly for our added. “You’ve got plenty
the 15th Street Church of
people, but those ma- of room, adequate heating
chines need it, otherwise and cooling, and handicap God in Christ at 917 15th
they don’t work properly,” accessibility.” Street North.
Elmore said. “We don’t Rook said election Brewer said the
change is, at the moment,
need them shutting down. commissioners have re-
a temporary move, but
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With the voting loca- location changes. Elmore sues at Union Academy.
The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com Thursday, SEPTEMBER 27, 2018 7A

Some black Americans see racial

comeuppance in Cosby saga
Bill Cosby ‘made the
decision to focus his Cosby appeal looming, lawsuits pending
The Associated Press
attention on ... telling the
world that black people Their famous client behind bars,
Bill Cosby’s legal team is readying
‘Bill Cosby is out of
were dysfunctional, a long-shot bid to get his sexual as-
sault conviction overturned. They’re
options. ... He has
pathological and also fighting civil lawsuits filed by
some accusers that threaten to drain
every right to file an
undeserving of equal his vast fortune.
The 81-year-old Cosby’s lawyers
appeal. His chances of
protection under the law’ gave glimpses of their expected ap- success are limited.’
peal at his April retrial. They were
Temple University professor dismayed by Judge Steven O’Neill’s weighty decision to let five addition-
Marc Lamont Hill al accusers testify, after he allowed just one at the first trial, and moved
By ERRIN HAINES WHACK for a mistrial when one of the women called Cosby a “serial rapist” from
AP National Writer the stand.
Cosby’s lawyers again demanded a mistrial when a prosecutor sug-
PHILADELPHIA — After spend- gested they were wrong to help a star defense witness write a statement
ing years building his persona as outlining how she said Andrea Constand, the woman Cosby was con-
a model husband and father, Bill victed of drugging and molesting, mused about framing a celebrity.
Cosby took an abrupt turn nearly Recently, Cosby’s team — namely his wife, Camille — has been lash-
15 years ago with a now-infamous ing out at O’Neill and accusing prosecutors of using illegal evidence.
speech to an NAACP convention. Just before Cosby was taken away in handcuffs on Tuesday to begin
He used his celebrity status to his three-to-10-year prison sentence, his lawyers alleged that prosecu-
condemn poor African-Americans, tors had played a doctored audio tape for the jury. They argued that the
chiding them to pull up their sag- development was enough to keep Cosby out on bail while he appeals,
ging pants, deriding them for having but O’Neill refused.
children out of wedlock and blaming Still, legal experts say, Cosby faces long odds of winning on appeal.
them for their impoverished circum- The prosecutors who tried Cosby say they’re confident his convic-
stances. tion will stand.
“Are you not paying attention? “Bill Cosby is out of options,” said veteran Pennsylvania prosecutor
People with their hat on backwards, Jarrett Ferentino, who wasn’t involved in the case. “His only option now
pants down around the crack. with is to blame the court system. His attempt to disparage and discredit
names like Shaniqua, Shaligua, Mo- his victims failed. He has every right to file an appeal. His chances of
hammed and all that crap, and all of success are limited.”
them are in jail.”
Cosby himself is now in a Penn- ca, gets called onto the carpet, you lyst for his downfall. In a July 2015
sylvania prison cell, and many black ain’t getting no breaks here. People memo outlining the decision to un-
Americans see his sentence as a mo- are going to be frustrated.” seal a 2005 deposition in the case, a
ment of racial comeuppance. Writer Michael Arceneaux said federal judge cited the speech: “This
As they learned of Cosby’s three- Cosby’s contempt for people who case is not about defendant’s status
to 10-year prison term for sexual as- grew up in low-income communities, as a public person by virtue of the
sault, the same people who were his as Arceneaux did in Houston, left exercise of his trade as a televised or
targets in the 2004 speech regarded him with little sympathy for Cosby, comedic personality. Rather, defen-
his fate as a convergence of karma, who also hailed from humble begin- dant has donned the mantle of public
hubris and hypocrisy. Some quoted nings.
moralist and mounted the proverbial
Cosby’s own words in tweets an- “I found it enraging,” Arceneaux
nouncing the sentence. electronic or print soap box to vol-
said of the “Poundcake” speech, so
Cosby “made the decision to fo- unteer his views on, among other
called because Cosby make a remark
cus his attention on beating up on about blacks supposedly getting shot things, child rearing, family life, ed-
the black poor, on telling the world in disputes over dessert cake. ucation and crime.”
that black people were dysfunction- “I knew he was a hypocrite. To “The stark contrast between Bill
al, pathological and undeserving of learn how much pain he has caused Cosby, the public moralist, and Bill
equal protection under the law,” said to women over decades. I find it iron- Cosby, the subject of serious allega-
Temple University professor Marc ic. Those speeches proved to be his tions concerning improper (and per-
Lamont Hill. “When somebody like undoing. I’m glad he got what he de- haps criminal) conduct, is a matter
that, who positions themselves as served,” he added. as to which the public has a signifi-
the moral authority of black Ameri- Cosby’s own words were a cata- cant interest,” he continued.

What’s happened with bump stocks since Las Vegas attack?

Devices were originally intended to ident Donald Trump
vowed to ban the devices,
has taken place at the
state level than by the fed-
help people with disabilities and were which attach to the stock
end of an AR-style fire-
eral government.
Ten states and three
little-known until Las Vegas shooting arm, greatly increasing cities have enacted bans
the rate of fire so it mim- on the devices. California
By LISA MARIE PANE firearms issues to have ics a fully automatic long made bump stock-style
The Associated Press them banned. gun. devices illegal there de-
Here’s what has hap- Trump in March tweet- cades ago.
The gunman in the Las pened with the devices ed: “Obama Adminis-
Vegas mass shooting was since the attack that left tration legalized bump
armed with 23 AR-style 58 dead: stocks. BAD IDEA. As I
What has happened at
weapons, 14 of them fitted promised, today the De- the federal level?
with “bump stocks” that Legislative action partment of Justice will Trump expressed
allowed them to mimic In the shooting’s im- issue the rule banning support for banning the
fully automatic fire. mediate aftermath, there BUMP STOCKS with a devices and directed the
The devices were lit- appeared to be a grow- mandated comment peri- Justice Department to
tle-known before they ing desire to ban the sale od.” rewrite the federal regu-
were used in the Oct. 1 and possession of bump The government deter- lations.
rampage, the deadliest stocks, which federal mined in 2010 that bump The U.S. Bureau of
mass shooting in mod- authorities previously stocks couldn’t be reg- Alcohol, Tobacco, Fire-
ern U.S. history. And in deemed legal and not sub- ulated unless Congress arms and Explosives this
the immediate aftermath, ject to the same tighter changed the law. spring sought public com-
there were calls from a restrictions reserved for But as with many re- ment on a proposal to re-
wide spectrum of law- fully automatic firearms. strictions on firearms in classify bump stocks, but
makers and advocates on Most notably, Pres- recent years, more action no action has been taken.
8A Thursday, SEPTEMBER 27, 2018 The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com

Courtesy image
Pictured is a color-coded map of road closures for Friday’s Bulldog Bash in downtown Starkville.

Courtesy image
Pictured is a map of event locations for Friday’s Bulldog Bash in downtown Starkville.

Big weekend
Continued from Page 1A
Main Street, from If you go so from President’s Circle. Oktibbeha County,” Salter
Washington to Lafayette ■ WHAT: Bulldog Bash Today and Friday, from said. “We’re glad that we
streets, as well as Lafay- ■ WHEN: Friday afternoon 4-6 p.m., George Perry can bring activity to the
ette Street, will close at 1 starting at 3 p.m. Street, between the YMCA community that makes the
p.m. ■ WHERE: Downtown Building and Chapel of cash registers jingle and
Starkville Memories, will be open the sales taxes accumu-
■ HOW MUCH: Free
University preparations for northbound exit traffic late.”
MSU Chief Communi- only.
cations Officer Sid Salter on Saturday. Because of Salter also encouraged
said the university is well that, the university has fans to arrive as early as
aware of the weekend’s announced several road possible for Saturday’s
potential to draw tens of closures, the first of which football game with MSU’s
thousands of people and took effect Wednesday new security measures,
is making its own prepara- evening. which include metal detec-
tions. Access to Creelman tors, in place. Davis Wade
“Other than perhaps Street from Stone Bou- Stadium’s gates will open
the Auburn game in 2014, levard is now closed, in at 2:45 p.m.
this is the hardest of hard anticipation of work to set Weekends like the
sellouts because of the up the SEC Nation stage. approaching one are a
Florida game this week- Access to Creelman Street chance for MSU to work
end and the return of from Tracy Drive is also together with the city and
Coach Mullen with the Ga- closed. county, Salter said, and it’s
tors,” Salter said. “At the University personnel proud of opportunities to
same time, we have these who wish to access Creel- do so.
student-driven town and man Street near McCarthy “MSU continues to val-
gown events like Bulldog Gym and the Lloyd Ricks ue its relationship with
Bash. Bulldog Bash has
Watson parking lot can do the city of Starkville and
grown to the point that it’s
even featured in SEC Net-
work promotional adver-
tising because of the flavor
of the community it brings
and how it points out the
town and gown relation-
SEC Nation, the SEC
Network’s live morning
show, will broadcast live
from the Junction at MSU

Adam Minichino

662-241-5000 B


college football
Rayford’s versatility
helps MSU’s defense
overcome issues
By Bret t Hudson

STARKVILLE — The tenor of Chris

Rayford’s senior season changed in April.
The Byhalia native had established himself
at cornerback for the Mississippi
State football team with 37 tackles
in the previous two seasons. He
also was part of a roster that had
just two proven commodities at
safety. Fortunately, MSU’s coaches
believed the team had two or three
players at nickel and at least five at
cornerback, so when the Bulldogs Rayford
Contributed by Boyce Honea
needed help at safety, Rayford
TOP: Mississippi State women’s basketball coach Vic Schaefer, at far right, stands with members of the 1986
was a willing participant. It also had a willing
Milby (Texas) High School boys basketball team at the program’s banquet. BELOW: Schaefer and longtime Milby
High boys basketball coach Boyce Honea show off fish they caught in one of their fishing trips. Honea said he participant when MSU (3-1, 0-1 Southeastern
and Schaefer stay in touch and try to fish every year. Conference) had an emergency need at

Humble beginnings pave way for

Rayford is second in pass breakups (two), but
his true impact comes in how he keeps the Bull-
dogs’ depth chart stable by switching positions
when necessary. This week, he is practicing as
a full-time cornerback for No. 23 MSU’s match-

schaefer to win naismith award

By Adam Minichino be recognized during the
up against Florida (3-1, 1-1) at 5 p.m. Saturday
(ESPN), but a move back to safety could be in
the making.
“He’s just a good football player,” MSU defen-
sive coordinator Bob Shoop said. “A defensive
aminichino@cdispatch.com game for being the inaugu- back is a defensive back. A lot of the skills are
ral recipient of the Naismith the same, and we feel like he’s one of our best in
Boyce Honea recognized Defensive Player of the the group of eight or nine.
very quickly Vic Schaefer Year. “He’s got the skill set to be a good safety or
had what it took to connect Schaefer, McCowan, and corner. He’s matured. That’s what I like about
with players. the Bulldogs had a banner him.”
Even though Schae- year in 2017-18, winning a The original move to safety was for depth.
fer was right out of Texas program-record 37 games MSU had returning starters in Mark McLaurin
A&M, Honea, a veteran and advancing to their and Johnathan Abram, but Brandon Bryant’s de-
coach at Houston Milby second-straight national cision to leave the team after spring practice left
(Texas) High School, saw championship game. For MSU with five returning tackles (by sophomore
Schaefer could relate to the his efforts, Schaefer also C.J. Morgan) in reserve.
members of his freshman was named National Coach See RAYFORD, 4B
boys basketball team and of the Year by the United
the players on the school’s States Basketball Writers Game 5
tennis team. Association. The former as- n Florida, 5 p.m. Saturday (ESPN; WKBB-FM 100.9,
“He did a great job with sistant and associate head WFCA-FM 107.9).
the freshman team,” Honea Schaefer continues to of a busy week for Schae- coach at Arkansas and Tex-
said. “They won the state get the most out of his play- fer and his program. On as A&M led MSU to the pro- Follow MSU on podcast
championship. They were ers as he enters his seventh Saturday, Schaefer will be gram’s first Southeastern n The Dispatch and WCBI have come together to
very good at defense. Those season as head coach of the honored during the third Conference regular-season launch the Straight Sippin’ podcast. The Dispatch’s
kids when they got to be se- Mississippi State women’s timeout in the first quarter championship, the first for Brett Hudson will join Tom Eble and Courtney Robb
niors and I had them they basketball team. Coming of the MSU football team’s any women’s program at twice a week during football season, Wednesday and
won regionals and went to off back-to-back trips to the game against Florida for MSU, and a school wins re- Sunday, to preview and to recap the Mississippi State
and Ole Miss football. Follow Brett Hudson on Twitter,
state. It was our defense. national title game, MSU being named the Naismith cord for the fourth-straight
@Brett_Hudson, to get the latest episode. The podcast
He has the ability to coach will open practice for the National Coach of the Year year. will be on iTunes and Google Play soon.
them up and get the most 2018-19 season at 3:30 p.m. last season. Senior center McCowan joined
Several SEC RBs
out of the kids.” Thursday. It will be part Teaira McCowan also will


Moment comes for Darty, Bulldogs in 3-2 win felt in strong start
STARKVILLE department even don’t give up. Continue to fight and

look at each set as a new opportu- By GARY B. GRAVES
ississippi State first-year brought in a camel
The Associated Press
volleyball head coach to celebrate Hump nity. In the third set, things started
Julie Darty didn’t have a Day. falling right for us and it just kept Power football is alive and well in the South-
timetable. Regardless of going and going.” eastern Conference with several backs putting
However, she felt the break- the electricity in Darty’s first team is 5-11. She up impressive numbers running through and
through for her team would come the building, it was hired in January after Da- around defenders.
sooner rather than later. looked like MSU’s Scott Walters vid McFatrich’s final MSU team Kentucky’s Benny Snell Jr. is one of four SEC
That moment came Wednesday nine-game confer- finished 1-17 in league play. That backs ranked in the top 20 in rushing yardage
night, when MSU stunned Auburn ence home losing group of Bulldogs had a stretch of per game. Snell is third, Mississippi’s Scottie
3-2 (21-25, 12-25, 25-22, 25-23, streak was destined to continue. 33-straight lost sets in conference Phillips is 13th, Texas A&M’s Trayveon Wil-
15-13) in Darty’s first Southeastern Auburn overcame a sluggish play. liams is 18th and LSU’s Nick Brossette is 20th.
Conference home match at the start to win the first set and blitzed It’s not a rebuild at MSU. It’s a Snell and Brossette have led their programs
Newell-Grissom Building. MSU in the second set. build. The volleyball program has to impressive 4-0 starts and unexpected national
The ESPN cameras were “Don’t ever give up,” MSU never played in the NCAA tourna- rankings. LSU is No. 5 and Kentucky is 17th in
there. A large student contingent freshman outside hitter Paige ment. Wednesday was a chance to the Top 25; SEC media picked both to finish fifth
was there. Cheer leaders and the Shaw said. “That’s the main thing take a dozen steps forward in that in the West and East divisions, respectively.
Famous Maroon Band were in the coaches have been stressing. build. At a time when mobile quarterbacks are all
attendance. The MSU marketing We aren’t where we want to be, but See WALTERS, 4B the rage in college football, having a durable
running back who can chew up yardage and time
on the clock is still coveted by coaches. Snell rel-
ishes the workload and responsibility in the al-
PREP FOOTBALL ways-competitive SEC.

West Point looks to build on big region victory

“I thought, you’ve got to be a Herschel Walker,
a Todd Gurley,” said the Ohio native, who grew
up in Big Ten country. “How I fit in now, I feel like
I’m perfect. ... I can run, I can make you miss. It’s
Inside when you don’t have a lot bined score of 112-6 in the all about getting those tough yards in the SEC.”
swalters@cdispatch.com of your fans present. That last two meetings.
n more prep football: That applies to all teams, including those with
is when you find out if you After winning one
West Point High The memory of his parents dynamic aerial attacks.
is motiving Starkville High have self-starters. You need game last season, Center
School football coach Just ask Alabama coach Nick Saban.
players with that high ener- Hill (3-3, 0-1) has shown
Chris Chambless isn’t
School senior offensive
marked improvement See SEC, 4B
lineman Derwin Ferguson. gy level when they take the
fond of the long road trips. Page 2B field. You have to create this season, with victo-
In the Mississippi n Also, Starkville Academy your own energy, your own ries against St. George’s SEC Schedule
High School Activities As- and Heritage Academy are excitement. (Tennessee), Byhalia, and Saturday’s Games
sociation (MHSAA), life coming off two impressive “It’s important to start Crockett (Tennessee). n Louisiana-Lafayette at Alabama, 11 a.m.
in Classes 5A and 6A in- victories. Page 3B fast and to take control of “The main thing you (SEC Network; WJEC-FM 106.5)
volves multiple road trips, the game.” want to see is crisp offen- n Arkansas vs. Texas A&M, 11 a.m. (ESPN)
usually between two and ive Branch in the second sive production,” Chamb- n Tennessee at Georgia, 2:30 p.m. (WCBI)
West Point (4-1, 1-0 re- n Southern Mississippi at Auburn, 3 p.m.
three hours from home. game of the Class 5A, Re- gion) has taken early con- less said. “Typically, the (SEC Network)
For West Point, an- gion 1 schedule. trol in most of the games defense will always show n Tennessee State at Vanderbilt, 3 p.m.
other such trip is on the “The biggest challenge during its 21-game re- up and play. The chal- (SEC Network)
horizon Friday night. The on the road is motivation,” gion winning streak. The lenge is to find a rhythm n South Carolina at Kentucky, 6:30 p.m.
opponent will be Center Chambless said. “It’s diffi- Green Wave have beaten early on offense. The plan (SEC Network)
Hill at 7 p.m. Friday in Ol- cult to play far from home the Mustangs by a com- See WEST POINT, 4B n Ole Miss at LSU, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN; WAFM-FM 95.7)
2B Thursday, SEPTEMBER 27, 2018 The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com

Prep Football Preview

this week’s prep predictions,
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Week 7 Slate Week 7 Slate

All games start at 7 p.m. Friday (unless noted) All games start at 7 p.m. Friday (unless noted)
Admission at all stadiums is $8 Admission at all stadiums is $8

Tupelo at Columbus Noxubee County vs. Glenwood (Ala.)

n RECORDS: Tupelo 4-1 (1-0 in MHSAA 1-6A); n NOTE: Game scheduled for Birmingham Southern
Columbus 0-5 (0-1 in MHSAA 1-6A) College
n LAST WEEK: Tupelo bounced back from its loss n RECORDS: Noxubee County 2-4; Glenwood 1-4
of the season by taking a 43-31 home victory against n LAST WEEK: Noxubee County dropped its third-
Hernando in the region opener ... The Golden Wave straight game with a 30-9 road loss at West Monroe
trailed 19-14 at halftime ... Jaquerrious Williams ran for (Louisiana) ... The Tigers trailed 9-3 at halftime ... Senior
306 yards and three touchdowns; Columbus lost on the Keymarcus Jackson had four receptions for 107 yards
road for a second-straight week, falling 49-14 at DeSoto and a touchdown;
Central in the region opener ... The Falcons trailed 21-7 n ON THE LINE: Noxubee County will play its final
at halftime ... Junior Devarkas Ramsey ran for 145 yards non-region game against its second-straight out-of-state
and two touchdowns on 16 carries foe
n ON THE LINE: Columbus returns home looking for n PLAYER TO WATCH: Noxubee County senior
first victory Ja’Qualyn Smith has rushed for 511 yards and five touch-
n PLAYER TO WATCH: Tupelo senior linebacker downs to lead the Tigers
Keaton Cager leads the Golden Wave with 39 tackles n LAST SEASON: Did not meet
n LAST SEASON: Tupelo 44, Columbus 0
Heritage Aca. at Leake Aca.
n RECORDS: Heritage Academy 4-2 (0-0 in MAIS

1-AAA); Leake Academy 5-1 (1-0 in MAIS 1-AAA)
Louisville at New Hope
n LAST WEEK: Heritage Academy snapped a two-
n RECORDS: Louisville 5-1; New Hope 0-6
game losing streak with a 35-7 home victory against
n LAST WEEK: Louisville won its fourth-straight
Magnolia Heights ... The Patriots led 28-0 at halftime
game with a 21-0 home victory against Greenwood
... Junior quarterback Carter Putt threw for 304 yards
... The Wildcats led 14-0 at halftime ... Junior Drea Contributed and two touchdowns; Leake Academy opened its district
Shumaker ran for 90 yards and a touchdown; New Hope Starkville High School offensive lineman Derwin Ferguson, right, stands with schedule with a 43-7 win at Canton Academy ... The Reb-
remained winless with a 44-28 home loss to Caledonia his father, Derwin, when he was younger during his youth football days. els led 21-0 at halftime ... Senior Ryan Atkinson threw
... The Trojans trailed 17-7 at halftime ... Ryan Burt threw
for two touchdowns and also rushed for two scores

Memory of his parents

for 117 yards and a touchdown
n ON THE LINE: Opening district game for Heritage
n ON THE LINE: MHSAA Class 4A, Region 4 opener
for both teams n PLAYER TO WATCH: Heritage Academy junior
n PLAYER TO WATCH: Louisville senior Kevon Kelvin “K.J.” Smith rushed for 123 yards and two touch-
Jackson has rushed for 439 yards and eight touchdowns downs against Magnolia Heights

motivates SHS’ Ferguson

to lead the Wildcats n LAST SEASON: Heritage Academy 35,
n LAST SEASON: Louisville 48, New Hope 7 Leake Academy 31

Shannon at Caledonia Starkville Aca. at Pillow Aca.
n RECORDS: Shannon 3-3; Caledonia 2-3 n RECORDS: Starkville Academy 6-0; Pillow Academy
n LAST WEEK: Shannon won its third-straight game
with a 34-15 home victory against Clarksdale ... The Senior starter on OL has persevered after losing mother, father 2-4
n LAST WEEK: Starkville Academy turned in another
Red Raiders led 20-3 at halftime ... Senior Erick Rogers defensive masterpiece in a 28-2 win at Winston Academy
rushed for 65 yards and three touchdowns; Caledonia By Bret t Hudson Starkville (5-0, 1-0 region) is off to to start district play ... The Volunteers led 14-0 at half-
snapped a three-game losing streak with a 44-28 win bhudson@cdispatch.com a good start toward realizing that time ... Garrett Lewis rushed for two scores and threw for
at New Hope ... The Confederates led 17-7 at halftime another; Pillow Academy won its second-straight game
goal. It will try to take an important
... Senior JeDarius Gore ran for 138 yards and three STARKVILLE — Whenever he step at 7 p.m. Friday when it visits
with a 36-0 win at Carroll Academy
touchdowns n ON THE LINE: Starkville Academy steps outside of
n ON THE LINE: MHSAA Class 4A, Region 2 opener
feels he needs to, Starkville High Northwest Rankin (4-1) for a Region district play
for both teams School offensive lineman Derwin 2 game. n PLAYER TO WATCH: Starkville Academy’s Taylor
n PLAYER TO WATCH: Shannon senior quarterback Ferguson visits East Sand Creek Ferguson has persevered after los- Arnold ran for 106 yards and a touchdown against
Jordan Gilleylen has thrown for 1,039 yards and six Missionary Baptist Church. He ing his mother when he was 6 years Winston Academy
touchdowns to lead the Red Raiders goes to the far reaches of Starkville n RADIO/INTERNET: WLZA-FM (96.1)
n LAST SEASON: Shannon 64, Caledonia 6
old and his father when he was 12. He n LAST SEASON: Starkville Academy 32,

to share an experience or to talk doesn’t share his story much — head Pillow Academy 10
French Camp at West Lowndes through something. coach Chris Jones and offensive line
n RECORDS: French Camp Academy 2-3 (1-1 in When he makes the trip, he goes coach William Stewart know little Oak Hill Aca. at Columbus Christian
MHSAA 3-1A); West Lowndes 2-4 (2-1 in MHSAA 3-1A) to the cemetery to talk to his mother more than the fact that both of Fergu- n RECORDS: Oak Hill Academy 3-3;
n LAST WEEK: French Camp fell to .500 in region Columbus Christian Academy 1-5
and father. son’s parents are dead — but Ferguson n LAST WEEK: Oak Hill Academy snapped a three-
play with a 44-14 home loss to Nanih Waiya ... The Pan-
thers trailed 27-14 at halftime ... Senior Holman Edwards
“I barely talk to a lot of people wants it to be known now. game losing streak with a 10-6 home victory against
threw for 113 yards and a touchdown; West Lowndes about this,” Ferguson told The Dis- Through football and the help of Wayne Academy ... The Raiders trailed 6-0 at halftime ...
won its second-straight game with a 40-26 road win over patch. “I feel like I need to speak aunt Dranika Ferguson, who took Quarterback Ash Cullum scored the game-winning points
more about it because it’s a lot that on a 2-yard run in the fourth quarter; Columbus Christian
Vardaman ... The Panthers trailed 20-14 at halftime ... him in after his father’s death, Der- dropped its fifth-straight game with a 46-3 loss at Tunica
Sophomore quarterback Melvin Crawford threw for three I can at least get off my chest. I have win has made himself into a produc- Academy ... The Rams trailed 34-0 at halftime
touchdowns in the win
n ON THE LINE: West Lowndes can enhance its
some things on my chest that I need tive young citizen. n ON THE LINE: Oak Hill Academy looks for sec-
playoff positioning with a third-straight win in region play to get out. I hold it in because I feel “I’m trying to use them as a mo- ond-straight win before returning to district play
n PLAYER TO WATCH: French Camp Academy junior like no one would care or I don’t want tivation instead of a crutch,” Fergu- n PLAYER TO WATCH: Oak Hill Academy senior
Grayson Easterling kicked a 48-yard field goal to help
linebacker Bradley Edwards leads the Panthers with 42 people feeling sorry for myself at the son said. “Keep moving along, keep spark the comeback against Wayne Academy
tackles same time.” grinding, trying to make something n LAST SEASON: Oak Hill Academy 55, Columbus
n LAST SEASON: French Camp Academy 38, West
Lowndes 16
Ferguson, a 5-foot-8, 236-pound- of myself.” Christian Academy 0
er, is a senior starter on a team that is Derwin’s mother, Shelia Hub-
West Point at Center Hill a favorite to win the Mississippi High burd, died of breast cancer. When Delta Streets at Hebron Christian
n RECORDS: Delta Streets 3-2 (3-2 in MAIS
n RECORDS: West Point 4-1 (1-0 in MHSAA 1-5A); School Activities Association (MH- the diagnosis came, she was given 12 Eight-Man District 1); Hebron Christian 0-6 (0-6 in MAIS
Center Hill 3-3 (0-1 in MHSAA 1-5A) SAA) Class 6A State championship. weeks to live. He admits now he was Eight-Man District 1)
n LAST WEEK: West Point won its 21st-straight
region game with a 14-13 home victory against Lafayette
He is revered as a mature presence, “a momma’s baby.” Her death sent n LAST WEEK: Delta Streets was open ... Two weeks
to start region play ... Neither team scored in the second as a constant smiling face on a team his life into a chaos in more ways ago, it was a dramatic 50-48 win at Kemper Academy;
Hebron Christian dropped a 60-14 home decision to
half ... Juniors Brandon Harris and Jimothy Mays had that will try to avenge a loss to Pearl than one.
Marvell (Arkansas) Academy
touchdowns for the Green Wave; Center Hill opened in the 2017 Class 6A State title game. n ON THE LINE: Hebron Christian still looks for first
region play with a 24-3 loss at Grenada ... The Mustangs
victory in MAIS Eight-Man play
trailed 7-3 at halftime ... Senior Matt Burrow had 85
n PLAYER TO WATCH: Hebron Christian’s Doug
rushing yards Loden had a 40-yard interception return for a touchdown
n ON THE LINE: West Point looks for 2-0 start in Aberdeen at Nettleton GAME OF WEEK in the loss to Marvell
region play n RECORDS: Aberdeen 3-3; Nettleton 3-2 Starkville at Northwest Rankin n LAST SEASON: Did not meet
n PLAYER TO WATCH: West Point senior lineman n LAST WEEK: Aberdeen couldn’t make it n RECORDS: Starkville 5-0 (1-0 in MHSAA
2-6A); Northwest Rankin 4-1 (1-0 in MHSAA
Jaylen Cungious has 26 tackles to lead the Green Wave two straight, falling 26-8 to Itawamba Agricultural
Victory Chr. at Tuscaloosa Chr.
n RADIO/INTERNET: www.supertalk.fm High at home ... The Bulldogs trailed 12-8 at n RECORDS: Victory Christian 4-1 (2-1 in Christian
n LAST SEASON: West Point 56, Center Hill 0 halftime; Nettleton fell 42-14 at home to Amory n LAST WEEK: Starkville won its fifth-straight
game with a 63-12 home victory against Provine Football Association); Tuscaloosa Christian 0-5 (0-4)
... The Tigers trailed 21-7 at halftime ... Junior n LAST WEEK: Victory Christian won a wild one,
to start region play ... The Yellow Jackets led
Hamilton at Ethel Graham Gardner threw for 234 yards and a touch-
49-0 at halftime ... Sophomore Luke Altmyer taking a 68-44 win at New Life School ... The Eagles led
n RECORDS: Hamilton 1-5 (0-3 in MHSAA 3-1A); down 38-6 at halftime ... Junior Brandon Moore threw for 168
threw for 166 yards and two touchdowns; North-
Ethel 0-5 (0-3 in MHSAA 3-1A) n ON THE LINE: MHSAA Class 3A, Region 4 yards and four touchdowns; Tuscaloosa Christian lost
west Rankin won 45-28 at Warren Central in its
n LAST WEEK: Hamilton dropped its fifth-straight opener for both teams
region opener 56-46 at Tabernacle
game with a 48-0 home loss to Noxapater in region play n PLAYER TO WATCH: Nettleton junior line- n ON THE LINE: Starkville looks for 2-0 in n ON THE LINE: Victory Christian can enhance its
n ON THE LINE: Both look for first region win; Ethel backer Marcus Thomas has 57 tackles to lead region play playoff positioning with a road win in CFA play
is also on a five-game losing streak after a 36-13 region the Tigers n PLAYER TO WATCH: Starkville senior n PLAYER TO WATCH: Victory Christian Academy
loss at Leake County n RADIO/INTERNET: WWZQ-AM (1240); Rodrigues Clark has rushed for 570 yards and 11 senior Kenny Collier has 13 receptions for 372 yards and
n PLAYER TO WATCH: Ethel senior Kendal Dotson WAMY-AM (1580) touchdowns five touchdowns to lead the Eagles
has thrown for 474 yards and six touchdowns n LAST SEASON: Aberdeen 50, Nettleton 7 n RADIO/INTERNET: WKBB-FM (100.9) n LAST SEASON: Victory Christian 53, Tuscaloosa
n LAST SEASON: Hamilton 42, Ethel 0 n LAST SEASON: Starkville 38, Northwest Christian 6
Rankin 14

Prep Rankings WHAT TO WATCH FOR: Week 7

Class Overall
1. Starkville (10)
W-L Pts Pvs
(6-0) 100 1
Class 3A
1. North Panola (8)
W-L Pts Pvs
(4-1) 98 1
Starkville faces road test in region matchup
2. Hattiesburg (5-0) 79 2 2. Winona (2) (6-0) 92 2
3. Jefferson Davis County (4-2) 68 3 ell, there are some quality Golden Wave or Falcons Panthers or other Panthers
3. Horn Lake (6-0) 78 3 4. West Marion (6-0) 65 4 football matchups on the Will Columbus find the win
4. Brandon (5-1) 62 6 5. Houston (4-1) 46 5 Can West Lowndes run its
5. West Point (4-1) 60 4 Also Receiving Votes: Water Valley 12, docket this weekend. column? winning streak to three?
6. Madison Central (4-1) 44 8 Booneville 12, North Pontotoc However, your There is still plenty left to be Suddenly, coach Anthony King’s
7. Northwest Rankin (4-1) 33 7 Class 2A writer is more excit- decided in the second week of the
8. Olive Branch (5-0) 32 9 School W-L Pts Pvs Panthers are surging.
ed about something region play.
9. East Central (5-0) 18 10 1. Taylorsville (10) (6-0) 100 1 After back-to-back Region 3-1A
10. Clinton (5-1) 16 5 2. Scott Central (6-0) 90 2 else — the weekend However, if Columbus is to be-
Also Receiving Votes: Jackson Prep 3. Collins (4-1) 78 4 weather forecast. victories against Hamilton and Var-
4. Puckett (6-0) 72 5 come a second-half team and make daman, West Lowndes is showing
5, Winona 5, Louisville 4, Oak Grove 3, 5. Bay Springs (4-2) 24 3 Look for a playoff run it needs to start Friday
Simmons 3, Tupelo 3, Taylorsville 2, Also Receiving Votes: Lake 18, Starkville to remain signs of being a playoff contender.
Corinth 1, Lafayette 1, Jackson Aca. 1. Pelahatchie 12, O’Bannon 6. night at home against Tupelo. Up next is another winnable
hot, while the tem- Devarkas Ramsey has reeled off
Class 6A Class 1A home game with French Camp
School W-L Pts Pvs School W-L Pts Pvs
peratures drop. Scott Walters back-to-back 150-yard games for the
Hello, football Academy.
1. Starkville (10) (6-0) 100 1 1. Simmons (10) (6-0) 100 1 Falcons. However, the Columbus
2. Horn Lake (6-0) 86 3 2. Lumberton (5-0) 89 2
weather ... where West Lowndes has started to
3. Nanih Waiya (5-1) 76 3 offense is still plagued by a major
3. Brandon (5-1) 82 4 have you been? get some additional help for Quay
4. Okolona (5-1) 64 4 turnover issue.
4. Madison Central (4-1) 60 NR 5. Stringer (5-1) 49 5
Here is what to watch for from Sanders on offense.
5. Northwest Rankin (4-1) 54 5 Also Receiving Votes: Biggersville 14, Keep the ball, move the chains,
Also Receiving Votes: Clinton 18. Ray Brooks 8. Week 7: and have the defense force a few Versatility will help this team.
Class Private Schools turnovers and the Falcons could
Class 5A
W-L Pts Pvs
School W-L Pts Pvs
1. Jackson Prep (10) (6-0) 100 1 Yellow Jackets or Cougars win. Volunteers or Mustangs
1. Hattiesburg (9) (5-0) 99 1 Will Starkville Academy get to
2. Madison-Ridgeland Aca. (6-0) 88 2 Will Starkville be challenged?
2. West Point (1) (4-1) 88 2
3. Jackson Aca. (5-0) 81 3
It’s 5-0 Starkville versus 4-1 Wildcats or Trojans 7-0?
3. Olive Branch (5-0) 81 3
4. Lafayette (3-2) 49 4 4. Starkville Aca. (6-0) 64 4
Northwest Rankin in Region 1-6A. Is Louisville a legitimate Starkville Academy has picked a
5. Indianola Aca. (5-1) 54 5
5. Picayune (3-2) 24 NR
Also Receiving Votes: Oak Forest , La. 7, People are calling this a “semi- Class 4A state title contender? good time to play its best football of
Also Receiving Votes: West Jones 22,
Holmes County Central 19, Brookhaven 6, Adams Christian 6.. test.” Guess that tells you how good Yes, the Wildcats are that good. the season.
Neshoba Central 6, Wayne County 6.
Those who voted for this week’s poll are: Starkville is this season. As we get going in the Region A dominating win at Winston
Class 4A Daily Leader, Brookhaven; The Commercial Essentially, few tests will take 4-4A race, the Wildcats will have Academy got district play off on the
Dispatch, Columbus; Bolivar Commercial,
School W-L Pts Pvs place until the North State playoffs. their chance to flex their muscles right note.
1. East Central (9) (5-0) 98 1 Cleveland; The Daily Corinthian, Corinth;
2. Louisville (1) (5-1) 90 2 The Hattiesburg Post, Hattiesburg; The Starkville will need to continue to and get things going on a high level. A win at Pillow Academy is next.
3. Pontotoc (5-1) 77 3 Clarion-Ledger, Jackson; The Oxford Eagle, play consistently to continue to win. The first region test is at New Scott Walters is a sports writer for
4. Poplarville (4-1) 64 4 Oxford; Starkville Daily News, Starkville; Northwest Rankin has a fine Hope. The Trojans found some The Dispatch. He can be reached at
5. Mendenhall (5-0) 38 NR Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, Tupelo;
Also Receiving Votes: Sumrall 19, The Vicksburg Post, Vicksburg; WTVA-TV, team. However, they should only be answers on offense last week but not swalters@cdispatch.com. Follow him
Corinth 14. Tupelo; WAPT, Jackson; WJTV, Jackson. a “semi-test” Friday night. enough to get a first win. on Twitter @dispatchscott.
The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com Thursday, SEPTEMBER 27, 2018 3B


American League
Mississippi University for Women
Volunteers relying on
East Division
Prep Football
W L Pct GB
107 52 .673 —
Volleyball team will play first home match of season Friday’s Games y-New York
Tampa Bay
97 61 .614 9½
88 70 .557 18½
The Mississippi University for Women will play host to Schedule 2B Toronto 72 87 .453 35

dominant defense in
Huntingdon College at 7 p.m. Thursday in its first home match of Baltimore 46 112 .291 60½
the season. Prep Soccer
Central Division
W L Pct GB
The match is dedicated to childhood cancer awareness. The Today’s Match x-Cleveland
89 69 .563 —
73 84 .465 15½
Owls are asking all fans to wear yellow. The entry fee of $5 will be Pillow Academy at Starkville Academy, 5 p.m. Detroit 64 94 .405 25

6-0 start to season

donated to St. Jude Children’s Hospital. Chicago 62 96 .392 27
n On Tuesday, The W rallied to beat Judson College 3-2 to Prep Softball Kansas City 56 102 .354 33
West Division
improve to 2-13. Set scores were 23-25, 25-19, 12-25, 25-22, 15-8. Today’s Games
W L Pct GB
100 58 .633 —
Tori Weir had 18 kills to lead the Owls. Kayla King had eight, Houston at New Hope, 6 p.m. y-Oakland 96 63 .604 4½
while Savannah Thomas, Hannah O’Barr, and Haley McMurphey Seattle 86 72 .544 14
Caledonia at Nettleton, 6 p.m. Los Angeles 78 81 .491 22½
had six. McMurphey also had 15 digs. By Adam Minichino Texas 66 92 .418 34
Madison Lamon had 30 assists, while Mary Grace Prine had Prep Volleyball aminichino@cdispatch.com x-clinched division
17. Sadie Mitchell had 11 digs and Courtney Poole had 10. Today’s Matches y-clinched wild card
n Soccer teams lose to Birmingham-Southern College: At
Birmingham, Alabama, the women’s and men’s soccer teams lost to
New Hope at Choctaw County, 6 p.m. STARKVILLE — Chase Nicholson will take Wednesday’s Games
Boston 19, Baltimore 3, 1st game
Birmingham-Southern by scores of 3-0 and 2-0 on Tuesday. Caledonia at Lafayette, 6:30 p.m. any win. Toronto 3, Houston 1
Kansas City 6, Cincinnati 1
Sarah Gilliland had three saves for The W women (2-7). Jakob Starkville High at Tupelo, 6:30 p.m. As an offensive coach, though, he would pre- Baltimore 10, Boston 3, 2nd game
Williams had five saves for The W men (2-6).
The W soccer teams will play host to Hendrix College in a
College Football fer the Starkville Academy football team to score Tampa Bay 8, N.Y. Yankees 7
Cleveland 10, Chicago White Sox 2

doubleheader that will begin at noon Sunday at the downtown Saturday’s Games a few times to avoid sweating out 3-0 or 7-0 vic- Minnesota 11, Detroit 4
L.A. Angels 3, Texas 2
Columbus Soccer Complex. Louisiana at Alabama, 11 a.m. tories. Oakland 9, Seattle 3
Today’s Games
Southern Miss at Auburn, 3 p.m. The way the Volunteers’ defense is playing N.Y. Yankees (Sabathia 8-7) at Tampa Bay
(Schultz 2-1), 12:10 p.m.
Ole Miss Florida at Mississippi State, 5 p.m. Nicholson and his players won’t have be nervous Houston (Cole 15-5) at Baltimore (Hess 3-10),
6:05 p.m.
Ole Miss at LSU, 8:15 p.m. if their offense doesn’t produce. Detroit (Liriano 5-11) at Minnesota (TBD),
Women’s basketball team holds first practice Last week, Starkville Academy continued its
7:10 p.m.
OXFORD — The Ole Miss women’s basketball team had its Men’s College Golf Cleveland (Tomlin 2-5) at Kansas City
first practice of the Yolett McPhee-McCuin era Wednesday with a Sunday’s Match defensive dominance with a 28-2 victory against (Sparkman 0-3), 7:15 p.m.
Texas (Jurado 4-5) at Seattle (Gonzales 13-9),
spirited session at the Tuohy Basketball Center.
Ole Miss at Erin Hills Intercollegiate (Milwaukee, Winston Academy in its Mississippi Association 9:10 p.m.
Friday’s Games
“I thought the energy of the group was great,” McPhee-McCuin of Independent Schools Class AAA, District 2 Chicago White Sox (Lopez 7-9) at Minnesota
said. “I thought they came out and everyone was excited and locked Wisconsin) (Berrios 11-11), 1:10 p.m., 1st game
opener in Louisville. The Volunteers (6-0), the Houston (Verlander 16-9) at Baltimore
in. There is a lot we need to implement and work on, but for the
most part, I felt like they controlled the controllables, which is their
Women’s College Golf reigning MAIS Class AAA State champions,
(Ramirez 1-7), 6:05 p.m.
N.Y. Yankees (Lynn 9-10) at Boston (Porcello
Friday’s Match 17-7), 6:10 p.m.
attitude and their effort.” have allowed only 36 points and have three shut- Toronto (Pannone 4-1) at Tampa Bay (TBD),
n Men’s basketball team announces tipoff times for Alabama, Mississippi State at Schooner Fall 6:10 p.m.
outs more than halfway through the season. Chicago White Sox (Giolito 10-12) at Minnesota
non-conference schedule: At Oxford, the men’s basketball team Classic (Norman, Oklahoma)
announced Wednesday tipoff times for home non-conference
Starkville Academy will try to extend that run (De Jong 0-1), 7:10 p.m., 2nd game
Detroit (Zimmermann 7-8) at Milwaukee
Saturday’s Match
games and a neutral-site game against Southeastern Louisiana in of strong defensive play at 7 p.m. Friday when (Davies 2-7), 7:10 p.m.
Alabama, Mississippi State at Schooner Fall Cleveland (Clevinger 12-8) at Kansas City
Jackson. it travels to Greenwood to take on MAIS Class (Kennedy 3-8), 7:15 p.m.
Classic (Norman, Oklahoma) Oakland (Fiers 12-7) at L.A. Angels (Barria
The 2018-19 regular season will begin against Western Michi- AAAA Pillow Academy. The game will be the 10-9), 9:07 p.m.
gan at 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10, at The Pavilion at Ole Miss. Sunday’s Match Texas (Perez 2-6) at Seattle (LeBlanc 8-5),
team’s final non-district matchup before it clos- 9:10 p.m.
n Football team’s Rawlings named semifinalist for Camp- Alabama, Mississippi State at Schooner Fall
bell Trophy: At Irving, Texas, Senior Sean Rawlings was named a es the regular season with district matchups National League
Classic (Norman, Oklahoma)
semifinalist for the William V. Campbell Trophy, the National Football against Canton Academy, Heritage Academy, East Division

Foundation and College Hall of Fame announced Wednesday. Women’s College Soccer and Leake Academy.

W L Pct GB
89 69 .563 —
81 78 .509 8½
The National Football Foundation has presented the Campbell Today’s Match “It’s a point of pride for our defense to do that, Philadelphia 78 80 .494 11
Trophy annually since 1990. The trophy honors the senior college Alabama at LSU, 7 p.m. New York 74 84 .468 15
football player who excels academically, athletically and in the and it’s a standard coach (Bubba) Davis and Miami 62 96 .392 27

community. College Volleyball coach (Brad) Butler set,” Nicholson said. “It’s a
Central Division
W L Pct GB
92 66 .582 —
Rawlings, who is on the Rimington Trophy watch list for the Today’s Matches big deal to them week in and week out, so that z-Milwaukee 92 67 .579 ½
best center in the country, has appeared in 36 games at Ole Miss, Huntingdon at Mississippi University for Women, trickles down each year. It’s a goal. We tell them St. Louis 87 72 .547 5½
Pittsburgh 80 77 .510 11½
including 30 starts along the offensive line.
The Madison native graduated in December 2017 with a
6 p.m. we’re glad that they continue to do that, and the Cincinnati 66 93 .415 26½
West Division
degree in business marketing. He holds a 3.3 grade-point average. Western Kentucky at Southern Miss, 6 p.m. offense appreciates it, but the offense had to pick
W L Pct GB
88 70 .557 —
Rawlings has served with Ole Miss football on a mission trip to Haiti Junior College Football it up because we can’t rely on that each week. We Los Angeles
88 71 .553 ½
81 78 .509 7½
in 2016, as well volunteered at the Boys and Girls Club of Oxford, Today’s Games can’t win games 7-0. We have to continue to get San Francisco 73 86 .459 15½
Hope to Dream, the Sigma Nu Charity Bowl, and the Delta Project. San Diego 64 95 .403 24½
The NFF will announce 12-14 finalists on Oct. 31, and each of EMCC at East Central, 6:30 p.m. better.”
z-clinched playoff berth
them will receive an $18,000 postgraduate scholarship as a member Northeast at Itawamba, 6:30 p.m. Nicholson said teams that are destined for x-clinched division
of the 60th NFF National Scholar-Athlete Class. The finalists will Junior College Soccer greatness or want to be great continue to learn. Wednesday’s Games
travel to New York City for the 61st NFF Annual Awards Dinner on
Today’s Match He said he was impressed Starkville Academy Washington 9, Miami 3, 7 innings
Kansas City 6, Cincinnati 1
Dec. 4. continued to push forward on a night when its Milwaukee 2, St. Louis 1
Women: Itawamba at Meridian, 6 p.m. N.Y. Mets 3, Atlanta 0
faced adversity against a good Winston Acade- Chicago Cubs 7, Pittsburgh 6, 10 innings
Southern Mississippi my team. Quarterback Garrett Lewis rushed for
Colorado 14, Philadelphia 0

Men’s basketball team holds first practice of season on the air two scores and threw for another in the victory,
Arizona 7, L.A. Dodgers 2
San Diego 3, San Francisco 2
Today’s Games
Philadelphia (Arrieta 10-10) at Colorado
HATTIESBURG — The Southern Mississippi men’s basketball but Nicholson feels the Volunteers left too many
team held its first practice of the 2018-19 season Wednesday Today scores out there, including a drive that stalled in-
(Senzatela 6-6), 2:10 p.m.
Atlanta (Teheran 9-8) at N.Y. Mets (Vargas
6-9), 6:10 p.m.
The squad returns four starters from the 2017-18 team that side the 5-yard line without any points. Pittsburgh (Williams 14-9) at Chicago Cubs
6 p.m. — South Carolina State at North Carolina (Lester 17-6), 7:05 p.m.
collected its most wins since the 2011-12 campaign. The journey A&T, ESPNU “We have to have the mentality on both sides Friday’s Games
St. Louis (Wainwright 2-3) at Chicago Cubs
culminated with a trip to the semifinals of the Conference USA
7 p.m. — North Carolina at Miami, ESPN — a killer mentality — of we’re not going to let (Hendricks 13-11), 1:20 p.m.
tournament after beating FIU (69-68) and top-seeded Middle Pittsburgh (Kingham 5-7) at Cincinnati (Castillo
GOLF them score and we’re going to score a whole lot,” 10-12), 5:40 p.m.
Tennessee in overtime (71-68). Atlanta (Gausman 10-10) at Philadelphia (Nola
Cortez Edwards was named to the all-tournament team after 10 a.m. — PGA of America/European Tour, Ryder Nicholson said. “I’ll take a 7-0 win. A win is a win, 16-6), 6:05 p.m.
averaging 27.3 points per game. The senior from Kissimmee, Cup, opening ceremony, at but if we won 7-0, there is a pretty good chance Miami (Urena 8-12) at N.Y. Mets (Oswalt 3-3),
6:10 p.m.
Florida, also broke single-season school records for steals (71) and Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, France, TGC we left a couple of them out there. That means we Detroit (Zimmermann 7-8) at Milwaukee
(Davies 2-7), 7:10 p.m.
minutes (1,219). 3 p.m. — USGA, U.S. Mid-Amateur didn’t execute at some point during the night, and Washington (Ross 0-1) at Colorado (Freeland
Tyree Griffin will join him in the backcourt. The transfer 16-7), 7:10 p.m.
Championship, championship match, at that is what we’re trying to keep from happening.” Arizona (Corbin 11-7) at San Diego (Lauer 6-7),
from Oklahoma State tallied 15.0 ppg. and had 201 assists, the Charlotte, North Carolina, FS1 9:10 p.m.
second-most by a Golden Eagle in history. Other familiar faces back 1 a.m. (Friday) — PGA of America/
See VOLUNTEERS, 4B L.A. Dodgers (Ryu 6-3) at San Francisco
(Bumgarner 6-6), 9:15 p.m.
in the main rotation include Dominic Magee (11.7 ppg.) and 3-point

Harrison’s reminder
European Tour, Ryder Cup, Day 1, at
ace Kevin Holland (42 percent).
Newcomers include Jackson natives Gabe Watson and Ladar- Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, France, TGC Football NFL
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at 7 p.m. Nov. 1. Cure 200, practice, at Concord, North Carolina, better for a program that returned a strong group
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n Football team’s Hentges named semifinalist for Senior NBC Sports Network of seniors and a talented cast of juniors. North
CLASS Award: At Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Senior tight end Hale 2 p.m. — NASCAR, Xfinity Series, Drive for the
Hentges was named to a list of 30 candidates for the Senior CLASS Cure 200, final practice, at Concord, North
Back-to-back losses to Lamar School and Pil- Chicago
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An acronym for Celebrating Loyalty and Achievement for 3:30 p.m. — NASCAR, Monster Energy Cup Sean Harrison to change the narrative.
Staying in School, the Senior CLASS Award focuses on the total Series, Bank of America Roval 400, qualifying, at While any coach would love a perfect season, L.A. Rams 3 0 0 1.000 102 36
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athletics to make a positive impact as leaders in their communities.
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Hentges joins former Crimson Tide stars Barrett Jones (2012), 3:55 a.m. (Saturday) — Formula One, Vtb pacting any of the Patriots’ goals for this season.
AJ McCarron, (2013), Reggie Ragland (2015), O.J. Howard (2016) Russian Grand Prix, practice, at Sochi, Russia, Harrison reminded his players of that fact prior to Today’s Game
Minnesota at L.A. Rams, 7:20 p.m.
and JK Scott (2017) as the sixth Alabama player to be named a ESPN2 their game last week against Magnolia Heights, Sunday’s Games
Cincinnati at Atlanta, Noon
semifinalist under head coach Nick Saban. BOXING
another Class AAAA opponent. Heritage Acade- Tampa Bay at Chicago, Noon
n Earlier Wednesday, Hentges was named a semifinalist for 9 p.m. — Devin Haney vs. Juan Carlos Houston at Indianapolis, Noon
the William V. Campbell Trophy, the National Football Foundation. Burgos, lightweights; Thomas Mattice vs. Zhora my responded with a 35-7 victory that Harrison N.Y. Jets at Jacksonville, Noon
Miami at New England, Noon
Hentges is among 179 candidates from all levels of the NCAA Hamazaryan, lightweights; Cem Kilic vs. Donnie felt helped his players re-focus on relaxing and Detroit at Dallas, Noon
Buffalo at Green Bay, Noon
and NAIA named to this year’s semifinalist list. Barrett Jones was Marshall, middleweights, at Temecula, California, playing loose. Philadelphia at Tennessee, Noon
Seattle at Arizona, 3:05 p.m.
Alabama’s first Campbell Trophy recipient in 2012. The National Showtime “I was proud of them and the way that they Cleveland at Oakland, 3:05 p.m.
Football Foundation will announce this year’s finalists for the award COLLEGE FOOTBALL came out,” Harrison said. “They went out Friday New Orleans at N.Y. Giants, 3:25 p.m.
San Francisco at L.A. Chargers, 3:25 p.m.
on Oct. 31. The semifinalists will receive an $18,000 postgraduate
5 p.m. — Princeton at Columbia, ESPNU night and had fun. They gang-tackled and made Baltimore at Pittsburgh, 7:20 p.m.
scholarship as part of the 60th NFF National Scholar-Athlete Class. Open: Washington, Carolina
The winner of this year’s Campbell Trophy will see his scholarship
7 p.m. — Memphis at Tulane, ESPN2 plays and did everything they we were supposed Monday’s Game
Kansas City at Denver, 7:15 p.m.
increased to $25,000. 8 p.m. — UCLA at Colorado, FS1 to do.” Thursday, Oct. 4
n Women’s soccer will take on LSU: At Baton Rouge, GOLF Indianapolis at New England, 7:20 p.m.
4 a.m. — PGA of America/European Tour, Ryder
Harrison hopes Heritage Academy (4-2) will Sunday, Oct. 7
Louisiana, the women’s soccer team (6-5-1, 0-3 Southeastern Miami at Cincinnati, Noon
Conference) will look for its first SEC win at 7 p.m. Thursday when it Cup, Day 1, at Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, France, have that same attitude at 7 p.m. Friday when it N.Y. Giants at Carolina, Noon
Denver at N.Y. Jets, Noon
takes on LSU. The match can be seen on SEC Network+. TGC travels to Madden to take on Leake Academy (5- Jacksonville at Kansas City, Noon
Green Bay at Detroit, Noon
LSU enters the match at 6-4-1 and 0-2-1. 10 a.m. — PGA of America/European Tour, Ryder 1, 1-0 district) in its Class AAA, District 2 opener. Baltimore at Cleveland, Noon
n Baseball team releases 2019 SEC schedule: At Tuscaloo- Cup, Day 1, at Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, France, Harrison said he felt his team was “uptight” Atlanta at Pittsburgh, Noon
Tennessee at Buffalo, Noon
sa, Alabama, Baseball coach Brad Bohannon announced his team’s TGC against Lamar School and even more uptight Oakland at L.A. Chargers, 3:05 p.m.
Minnesota at Philadelphia, 3:25 p.m.
2019 Southeastern Conference schedule Wednesday morning. 4 p.m. — Champions Tour, PURE Insurance
Alabama will begin SEC play March 15-17 in Oxford against Ole against Pillow Academy. He said he didn’t think Arizona at San Francisco, 3:25 p.m.
L.A. Rams at Seattle, 3:25 p.m.
Championship, first round, at Pebble Beach, his players were having fun the last two weeks Dallas at Houston, 7:20 p.m.
Miss. It also will travel to Florida (March 29-31), Mississippi State
California, TGC Open: Tampa Bay, Chicago
(April 12-14), Auburn (May 3-5), and Georgia (May 16-18). and that he wanted them to get back to enjoying Monday, Oct. 8
1 a.m. (Saturday) — PGA of America/European Washington at New Orleans, 7:15 p.m.
Alabama will begin its conference home slate March 22-24
Tour, Ryder Cup, Day 2, at Saint-Quentin-en- football. Junior quarterback Carter Putt (15-for-
when it plays host to Arkansas at Sewell-Thomas Stadium. It also
will feature weekend matchups against South Carolina (April 5-7), Yvelines, France, TGC 21, 304 yards, two touchdowns) spearheaded that Soccer
Vanderbilt (April 19-21), LSU (April 26-28), and Texas A&M (May 2 a.m. (Saturday) — PGA of America/European effort, while running back Kelvin “K.J.” Smith Major League Soccer
Wednesday’s Game
10-12). Tour, Ryder Cup, Day 2, at Saint-Quentin-en- had 18 carries for 123 yards and two touchdowns New York City FC 2, Chicago 0
Alabama won’t face Kentucky, Missouri, and Tennessee during Yvelines, France, WTVA in one of the Patriots’ most balanced attacks of Saturday’s Games
Los Angeles FC at Chicago, 2:30 p.m.
the 2019 campaign. All times and television designations will be MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL the season. Colorado at Seattle, 3 p.m.
released at a later date. All SEC dates are subject to change to Montreal at D.C. United, 6 p.m.
6 p.m. — New York Yankees at Boston, ESPN “The execution was there,” Harrison said. New England at Toronto FC, 6:30 p.m.
accommodate television. 6 p.m. — Atlanta at Philadelphia, Fox Sports Philadelphia at Columbus, 6:30 p.m.
n Swimming and diving team opens road schedule at “The passing game was good, but I was most im- New York City FC at Minnesota United, 7 p.m.
South San Jose at Houston, 7:30 p.m.
Ohio State: At Columbus, Ohio, the swimming and diving team will 9 p.m. — Regional coverage, L.A. Dodgers at
pressed with the running game because that was Vancouver at LA Galaxy, 9 p.m.
try to build off its season-opening wins against Delta State when it
San Francisco OR Arizona at San Diego, MLB by far the best defensive front we have played and FC Dallas at Portland, 9:30 p.m.
Sunday’s Games
takes on Ohio State at 5 p.m. Thursday. we really handled our business up front. K.J. ran Atlanta United FC at New York, Noon
It will be the first trip to Ohio State for the Alabama men since Network Real Salt Lake at Sporting Kansas City, 4 p.m.
the 2010 NCAA Championships, while select members of the wom- SOCCER the ball well. Davis (Fitch) probably had his best Saturday, Oct. 6
Columbus at Montreal, 2 p.m.
en’s team competed at the Buckeyes’ McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion 1:30 p.m. — Bundesliga, Hertha Berlin vs. game at H. Rocky (Wright) did well at the full- New England at Atlanta United FC, 2:30 p.m.
last spring for the NCAA Championships. Bayern Munich, FS1 back spot when we went to the I-formation.” Vancouver at Toronto FC, 4 p.m.
Minnesota United at Philadelphia, 6:30 p.m.
Against Delta State, Alabama won 26 of 28 races and won WOMEN’S COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL Harrison feels this is the most consistent the Orlando City at FC Dallas, 7 p.m.
LA Galaxy at Sporting Kansas City, 7:30 p.m.
all four diving events. All 26 of Alabama’s freshmen made their 6 p.m. — Georgia at Ole Miss, SEC Network offense has been in his time as head coach at the Los Angeles FC at Colorado, 8 p.m.
collegiate debuts against Delta State. Rookies earned 13 wins on 10 p.m. — Southern California at Stanford, Portland at Real Salt Lake, 8:30 p.m.
the day. school. He said Putt continues to develop and to New York at San Jose, 9:30 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 7
— From Special Reports Chicago at D.C. United, Noon
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is to run the football, so, hopeful- “Honestly, felt like we have failed many times before in Victoria Vivians on the WBCA Even though there weren’t any sto-
ly, you can come put a couple of been close to a breakthrough Starkville. McFatrich came All-America Team, and also garnered ries to tell aside from ones about danc-
good drives together early.” for quite some time,” Darty from Central Arkansas and first-team accolades from ESPNW and ing and fishing, Barron Honea relent-
Center Hill also likes to run said. “The average person is lasted three seasons. third-team honors from The Associated ed and agreed to join Schaefer for two
the football. Senior Matt Burrow seeing our final scores and “Things are just different,” Press. years. The program only won 15 games
leads the way with 710 rushing not monitoring the team that Shaw said. “I can’t speak The accolades aren’t surprising
in those two seasons, but they helped
yards and six touchdowns. In closely. In practice every day, to last year, but the veteran to Honea, a legendary coach at Milby
set the foundation for a program that
its region opener, Center Hill we move just a little bit further players have said it’s a totally High who had a 739-258 record with the
down the road. To be able to different experience. Encour- Buffaloes from 1973-2003. went on to win 18 games three seasons
dropped a 24-3 decision at Gre-
come from down 2-0 to win agement is the right word.” Honea said he was “shocked” when later.
West Point opened region this match, well it can be sea- Darty has seen that Schaefer called him and said he had “From the time he started working
play with a 14-13 home victory son changing. All of sudden, attitude come through in received an offer to be the women’s for my dad until now he has been tire-
against Lafayette. The Green you have found a way to do practice. basketball coach at Sam Houston State. less in his work ethic,” said Barron, who
Wave ran for 209 yards and re- this once. Now, the challenge “This group works hard He said he had no idea Schaefer was has known Schaefer since they were 12
ceived scoring plays from Bran- is go out and do it again.” every day,” Darty said. “When interested, and that he told him that years old. “His attention to details is un-
don Harris and Jimothy Mays. Shaw had 18 kills and the losses start mounting, once you cross over from coaching in believable. Back before there were cell
“Good win to start region was dominant in the third it’s easy to get down. To have the men’s game to the women’s game phones, he would write things on his
play,” Chambless said. “Defen- set when the Bulldogs were the breakthrough this early “there is no going back.” hands and his arms because we didn’t
sively, did a great job. They had hanging on. Shaw also had in conference play is huge. Schaefer served as head coach at
have cell phones to put notes in and he
size and speed. Pretty much four blocks as did freshman The girls can look back upon Sam Houston State from 1990-97 be-
Deja Robinson. Sophomore this match and realize they’re fore Gary Blair hired him to be a part of detailed everything. His attention to de-
contained what they were trying tail, I had ever seen anything like that.”
Kendall Murr had 19 digs. capable of coming back. Like his coaching staff at Arkansas.
to do. It was good to see plays Barron Honea, who is the Coastal
Starkville native Khristian any other team, we need more Regardless of whether it was wom-
being made there late in the Bend are representative for the Fel-
Carr’s leadership in the third consistency. We will find that en’s or men’s basketball, Honea said
game when the outcome was in
set kept the team going when as we continue to grow.” Schaefer found a way to convince his lowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) in
doubt. A hard-nosed, physical
things looked bleak. For Shaw, the victory was players to give “110 percent.” Texas, said Vic “overachieved” at Sam
victory will really help this team
The Bulldogs had separa- satisfying, since she grew up Honea’s pressing style helped Schae- Houston State and “owned” the town.
grow up.”
tion for most of the fourth set less than two hours from the fer develop his acumen for defense. In He said Schaefer’s passion for his work
West Point is averaging 212.2 Auburn campus.
and kept the Tigers at bay. fact, Honea said he taught Schaefer a lot is infectious and is part of the reason
yards rushing per game. Five The fifth set was a 50-50 prop- “I wanted this one badly,” about basketball and a “whole lot” about
players have gained 142 yards people throughout the country tune in
osition before the Bulldogs Shaw said. “It’s a special win fishing. Now, though, he said Schaefer
or more. to watch MSU games. In fact, he said
bowed their necks. for me. We showed a little bit is “a better fisherman than me and a
“Still looking for an identity,” The crowd got louder and what we are made of. As a better coach me.” his wife, Darla, wears Maroon and
Chambless said. “The challenge louder as the Bulldogs rallied freshman, you want to tell the “He always has had a high energy White when they watch games on the
is finishing drives more often. from the dead. MSU players recruits to come here and be a and never has been lazy,” Honea said. SEC Network. On Wednesday night,
We have stretches where we were high fiving on virtually part of this.” “He doesn’t have a lazy bone in his he said he even wore a “Praise the Lord
execute well. It’s just a matter every point, while a veteran Darty said the team will body. He was just a winner. Wherever and Go Dawgs” T-shirt at an FCA event
of doing that on a more consis- Auburn team looked shaken. take full advantage of a nine- he goes he is going to win, and he is go- in Corpus Christi, Texas. “Praise the
tent basis. As we get deeper into “(Auburn) let up a little bit day break before the next ing to do it the right way.” Lord and Go Dawgs” is a phrase Schae-
region play, you want to see a after that second set,” Shaw home match with Kentucky Barron Honea, the son of Boyce Ho- fer has coined in his time as coach at
balanced team that is finishing said. “Once we got the lead on Oct. 5. nea, worked as an assistant coach for MSU. It’s one Barron Honea isn’t sur-
drives and limiting mistakes. there late in the third set, we Hopefully, the camel can Schaefer at Sam Houston State at 1991- prised has caught on after growing up
“If we can run the ball with felt like we could come all the clear its schedule for that one, 92 and 1992-93. He recalls Vic calling
more consistency, we will cer- and playing basketball with Schaefer
way back.” too. him after his first season at the school
tainly be in every game. The since they were 12.
Darty left a successful and telling him he needed him for two
defense can do the rest from coaching career at Jackson- Scott Walters is a sports years. Barron said he told Vic no and “He knows talent and he knows the
there.” ville to come to MSU. The writer for The Dispatch. He that Vic was quiet on the other end of game,” Honea said.”He is a defensive
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Alabama’s passing at- 23 and 22 respectively. Mississippi State for the carries for 90 yards. ter Jordan Wilkins ran Saturday night between
tack has rung up four con- “I think it’s definite- Wildcats’ best SEC start “Both of those kids for more than 1,000 yards the Rebels and LSU.
secutive blowouts behind ly tough for defenses to since 1977. have been productive, last season. Mississippi The Tigers’ Brossette
the QB tandem of Tua Ta- match up,” Jacobs said. Second-ranked Geor- tough, physical, and offensive coordinator Phil (409 yards, five TDs) has
govailoa and Jalen Hurts. “Each one of the running gia doesn’t have a run- good pass protectors,” Longo is known for his rushed for more yardage
That didn’t stop Saban backs in the room would ning back ranked in the said Georgia coach Kirby ability to have a produc- than he did in his previous
from indicating he wants start anywhere. Putting top 20 in yards rushing, Smart, who has includ- tive run game while still three seasons combined.
more from his running two of them on the field at but there is no shortage ed Brian Herrien, James using a spread offense. Though passing figures
game after it thumped the same time is going to of talent in the Bulldogs’ Cook and his receivers “During the spring to play a role in this ear-
Texas A&M 45-23. be a matchup problem.” backfield. in the mix. “We have to game, we ran the ball a ly season showdown, the
Saban has plenty of Kentucky knows what Even with Nick Chubb continue to help them. We bunch and that was to try outcome will likely ride
backfield depth to choose that feels like. Two years and Sony Michel now in have to try to get them in and develop the physicality on how well — and often
from, starting with se- ago Snell teamed with the NFL, the Bulldogs favorable situations to run up front that we wanted,” — Brossette and Phillips
nior Damien Harris. He Stanley “Boom” Wil- can turn to D’Andre Swift the ball, and they’ve done Longo said. “We came carry the ball.
returned this season in liams for the program’s and Elijah Holyfield. a good job of that.” into camp and came out of Grinding down oppo-
search of a third consec- first 1,000-yard rushing This year’s duo both had But Phillips (467 yards, camp feeling a lot better nents with a ground game
utive 1,000-yard rushing tandem. The 5-foot-11, careers highs in carries five TDs) and Brosette are about our ability to run the is what SEC teams like to
season and has 230 yards, 223-pound Snell followed last week at Missouri: Swift part of the group of backs football, which we always do.
but his 31 carries trail that with 1,333 yards last had 16 carries for 71 yards setting the bar in the SEC want to do in this system.” “That’s why you come
teammate Najee Harris fall and has 540 this sea- while Holyfield, the son of so far this season. The stage is set for to the SEC,” South Caroli-
(38) while Josh Jacobs son — including 340 in former boxing champion Phillips has filled the another intriguing SEC na center Donnell Stanley
and Brian Robinson have SEC upsets of Florida and Evander Holyfield, had 14 void at Ole Miss (3-1) af- running back matchup said, “to run the ball.”

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MSU would have had to went to er. I always wanted to play linebacker.” his side, and communicate to the nickel sition. He said returning was easy.
Landon Guidry and Londyn Craft, both The switch to safety has meant more and corner the technique they’re playing Shoop and MSU coach Joe Moor-
coming off redshirt seasons, or fresh- than positioning and physicality in the on the play. That’s probably been an ad- head said Rayford’s status will change
men Marcus Murphy and Shawn Pres- box. It has given Rayford a new mental justment for him.” depending on what the Bulldogs need.
ton Jr. MSU also put former walk-on Ste- obligation he has embraced. Rayford spent a summer and a pre- Wherever he plays, it won’t change what
phen Adegoke on scholarship for some “Corners, generally speaking, are season drilling just that and every oth- Rayford wants to accomplish as a senior.
help, but it wanted more. Rayford had no kind of on an island and generally do er aspect of playing safety. Then Jamal “Go as hard as you can, prove it to
qualms addressing a team need. whatever the safety tells them to do. Peters was injured in week three against yourself, prove it to the state, prove it to
“I enjoy safety. It was more of a quick Safeties are the ones that have to tell Louisiana-Lafayette. The lower body your family,” Rayford said.
transition,” Rayford said. “I like when we them what to do,” Shoop said. “He has to injury will keep Peters out indefinitely, Follow Dispatch sports writer Brett
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lead an offense that has a host of they can control and play to their Harrison said he and his his team will face a test going on multiple looks on both sides of
other weapons, including senior potential. coaches probably will remind the road to a destination that typi- the ball. He hopes that prepa-
Moak Griffin and junior Jared “I think they got caught up in the Patriots about having fun. cally is a tough place to play. ration and a loose attitude will
Long. Still, injuries have impact- that we’re supposed to be a good The team’s message board, “Leake is a really good team,” serve the Patriots well in a game
ed the Patriots’ depth. Harrison team,” Harrison said. “I think af- which highlights some of their Harrison said. “Leake hasn’t that he hopes will set them on
said the team had 17 players prac- ter the Lamar game they kind of top goals for the season, doesn’t played the toughest schedule, but the right path in district play.
tice last Tuesday, but he said he felt like they had let themselves say anything about being perfect they have gone out and done what “We are worried about us
likes the character and leader- down and people down. That’s or beating Lamar School, Pillow they’re supposed to do. They and making sure we are play-
ship on the team that are pushing not the case, so I think just com- Academy, Magnolia Heights, or have had a running clock in their ing our best football this week,”
it forward. He said the guidance ing back full circle and realizing if Wayne Academy. However, beat- last four games.” Harrison said.
from the juniors and seniors has they just go out and execute and ing Leake Academy will be a key Harrison said the coaching Follow Dispatch sports editor
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Nicholson said the Heflin and Will Miller longer before he bounced bulb has clicked and he different points through- fine and we’re doing some
Volunteers have been chances to play other po- it. When he stays in there, has a nose for the end out the season, but I want good things,” Nicholson
building to that attitude sitions and to rest during it opens up.” zone and he wants to find him to continue to run said. “Glue (Lewis’ nick-
each week, but he said games so they are fresher Nicholson said the con- a way to get in. It was a better.” name)said, ‘No, coach.
sometimes that inexpe- at the end. tinued emergence of Lew- pretty impressive little Nicholson wants all We’re 0-0.’ But that is the
rience kicks back in. He Nicholson also praised is also should help take run (referring to a short of his players to have the thing, they recognize the
said Lewis, a junior in his the play of the offensive some of the load off Ar- touchdown run against same attitude. So far, he 6-0 doesn’t mean any-
first year as the starter, line for leading a ground nold. Even though Lewis Winston Academy). He believes everyone has thing. That is the whole
continues to make prog- game that has relied on has been getting less than had to make somebody pitched in because the point about our conver-
ress. Nicholson also feels Arnold and Lewis to carry 10 carries a game in the miss and then he had full team has improved each sation about trying to do
the Volunteers are deeper the load. first part of the season, extension at the end and week. With a chance to go some different things on
since the start of the sea- “Taylor has a great he anticipates that chang- got hit at the end. He said 1-0 in another week, Nich- offense. While we haven’t
son. He said players like trust with them and he is ing as the Volunteers get he was going to get in. Pe- olson said the players rec- done well, if we continue
C.J. Jackson at running patient with them,” Nich- deeper into the season riod. Anytime you get the ognize a 6-0 start is irrel- to stay there, we’re not
back and Noah Aweau at olson said. “Two weeks and Lewis becomes even end zone in your nostrils evant, even if he brought going to be able to push
wide receiver are mak- ago, he was a little quick more confident in his abil- you, hopefully, want to put up that record earlier in higher. We have to keep
ing bigger contributions. to jump outside instead ity to make plays. it in. What I want him to the week. moving forward.”
Those efforts are giving of staying up in there. “He has a nose for do is to be able to smell “I made a mention Follow Dispatch sports
players like running back You saw it this week. He it,” Nicholson said. “For it from 50 yards away. He about us being 6-0 on Sun- editor Adam Minichino on
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Ferguson’s father, Derwin, issues before he decided to some times I think about it and ple feel sorry for me,” Ferguson and a sister searched for their
tried his best to make ends have surgery to fix it. He never just wish I can go back in time. said. “I had to learn in the real father in what he felt like was a
meet for his four kids and Hub- woke up from the anesthesia. “I was more worried than world they’re not going to care. big game of Clue.
burd’s five. Even with the fam- He was in a coma for a few days grieving. Man, what am I going I’m glad I didn’t have to learn Ferguson’s parents still
ily splitting at times, Ferguson prior to his death. to do? It’s going to feel differ- the hard way. I’m glad I listened weigh on his thoughts at night.
followed his father as he moved The death of his father came ent. Everybody else has their to my auntie more. I could’ve
He went to their graves to talk
from Starkville to Meridian and as his life was coming together. mother and father and I won’t kept doing it, finding ways to
to them on the first day of his
back to Starkville before set- His father was coaching him have anybody like that.” get by, and in the real world, it’s
tling in Jackson. For once, their in youth football and they had Derwin found that home not going to work. senior year. Their memory will
lives had stability — even if the started to go to church togeth- with his aunt, Dranika. She has “Football’s the main reason help him make it to graduation
younger Derwin Ferguson was er after his mother’s death. done everything she can to give to keep me going, to have a pur- day.
still haunted by his past. After his death, things with him a home with her children pose.” “They are on my mind when
“When I first lost my moth- his stepmother went awry and, in Starkville, even if Derwin Jones thinks Ferguson has I’m going through the motions,”
er, the first couple of months once again, the siblings split an felt compelled to ask for food the ability to play college foot- Derwin Ferguson said. “When
were hard because I was having Derwin Ferguson had to find a and drink from the refrigerator ball. He hopes schools will give we’re running and it becomes
dreams, then the times when home. as opposed to taking it as one Ferguson a chance despite his a mental game, I enter that
my dad would date other wom- “It really started going down- would in their home. Dranika height.
phase, ‘Do it for your parents.
en and I would miss my mom,” hill when my daddy passed. I has helped Derwin through Regardless of what happens
Don’t prove people right that
he said. “It really hurt, and it started wondering why, why his grief and tried to fill in for in football, Ferguson has a
still kind of does now. He did me,” he said. “I’m thinking, what’s missing in his life. promising future. He has ma- you can’t do anything because
great things for us, and I thank ‘What can I do now, who can Football has filled the gaps. tured from the time he broke you don’t have your parents.’ ”
him for that.” I trust?’ That same love isn’t “After my father died, I tried down in school because he Follow Dispatch sports
Then his father had trouble there as you had with your to not do anything. I tried to use missed his parents. He also re- writer Brett Hudson on Twitter
maintaining a job due to heart mother and father. There’s still it as an excuse and make peo- members a dream in which he @Brett_Hudson

Comics & Puzzles

Dear Abby
EAR ABBY: you do, please it would be with the stipulation
I’m 41 with remember that that the next destination is
two adult her first respon- one of your choosing and will
kids and my sibility is to her be the anniversary celebra-
youngest, who is children and not tion you didn’t have this time
almost 15. For to you. around.
the last eight DEAR ABBY: DEAR ABBY: Is it OK for
months I have My husband and senior citizens to order off of
been dating a I are celebrating the kids’ menu? Friends of
woman with two our 45th wedding ours have recently begun to do
kids — one is anniversary. Our this even though the menus
nearly 10 and trip will be a visit state “6 and under, please.”
the other is 4. to his old Army They are not poor and live a
ZITS We have a lot in buddy, an eight- comfortable lifestyle. The wait-
common. We get hour drive away er usually just looks the other
along great, and I in Maine. I have way and allows them to do it. I
really like her. met his friends find it embarrassing. I feel they
The downside
Dear Abby three times in my are cheating the business and
is, I’m having a life. He is com- the server. — BY THE BOOK
hard time accepting starting fortable with them. I can talk IN OHIO
over and raising kids that about only so much with them, DEAR BY THE BOOK: As
young. I have been living then nothing more. people grow older, they burn
alone with no kids full time for My husband says this is fewer calories than younger,
11 years. She has a flexible a fair trip because I always more active folks do. Their
schedule, and her kids spend choose the destinations of appetites sometimes shrink to
50 percent of the time with most of our vacations. It will accommodate it. Many senior
their dad. I know one day we be a six-day trip, and we must couples compensate for it by
will have to move in together, take our chocolate lab with us. splitting a meal so they won’t
GARFIELD and I’m not sure I’m comfort- What do you think of this? — waste food.
able with it. — DREADING IT PERTURBED IN PENNSYLVANIA Not knowing your friends, I
IN ILLINOIS DEAR PERTURBED: I think can’t guess why they order off
DEAR DREADING IT: I’m a it seems less like an anniver- the children’s menu. However,
strong believer in communica- sary celebration than it does as long as the server doesn’t
tion. If you are having second an Army reunion. However, if mind and receives a generous
thoughts, share them with your what your husband said is true enough tip to compensate, I
lady friend so you can decide — that you have chosen the don’t think anyone is be-
together what your next step destinations for most of your ing cheated. Management
should be and if there will be a vacations — be a good sport wouldn’t allow it if it hurt the
move in your future. And when and go along with it. Of course, business.

TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Sept. suspicion that the tasks of the LEO (July 23-Aug. 22).
27). Dream, think and go bigger. day don’t mean much on their There may be some confusion
You can handle it this year and own, but that’s only because about what really matters. You
anyway it will land you in a much there’s a larger result that mat- can clear it up by going back
better sport than were you to ters. Yours is a key contribution to your purpose. Focus on why
reduce your vision to what was to the winning results of your you’re doing a thing instead of
“doable” for yesterday-you. team. how you’re doing it. How gets
You’ll learn you’re capable of GEMINI (May 21-June 21). complicated. Why makes things
the extraordinary. An October What meaningful things have simple.
hunch will prove to be extremely you learned from the people VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22).
lucrative. Romance arises in around you lately? Either the an- The plan is one thing. Then
June. Capricorn and Aquarius swer to this question will make there’s an entirely different
adore you. Your lucky numbers you smile and feel grateful, or situation on the ground, which
are: 9, 4, 11, 30 and 49. it will make you go find people is to say that real life is always
BABY BLUES ARIES (March 21-April 19). who have something to teach different from theory, and can
Curiosity is a genuine part of you. change in ways that are beyond
friendliness that can get forgot- CANCER (June 22-July 22). your control. You’ll improvise
ten, especially amongst people Your encouragement keeps and be brilliant.
who are overly concerned with everyone going. Judicious use LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23).
fitting in or outdoing each other. of energy will be key. If you give You don’t have to be the best
Relax and lead with your curiosi- all of your attention to the needy at something to be the leader.
ty and you’ll be a hit. ones, you’ll have nothing left for The talent of leading has to do
TAURUS (April 20-May 20). the superstars who could use with focusing on, encouraging
You might have the sneaking some love, too. and bringing out the best in
others. It’s a separate skill from
actually doing the thing, and no
less important.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
21). You’ll get to do what you
BEETLE BAILEY want to do with people who care
about the same things you care
about. What could be better?
There’s lots of work to be done
that won’t even feel like work
at all.
21). It’s the moment to sprint
— to test the upper limit of the
work you can do. Don’t even
bother pacing yourself. By defini
tion it’s a short exercise. You’ll
push it hard, go as fast as you
can, and then call it a day.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
MALLARD FILLMORE 19). Once you figure out that
something is a bad fit, make a
change right away. There’s no
use in trying to make things fit
that don’t. It only wastes time
that people could be using to
find a better fit.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
18). It will be tempting to spend
the bulk of your time on a
problem, but that’s not advised.
While you spend the best of
your time with the people who
feed your soul, problems will
work themselves out.
20). One way that you’ll support
your group is to demand the
best results from them. It’s eas-
ier to listen and agree, but it’s
not doing anybody any favors
if what you’re agreeing to is a
lesser version of what a person
is capable of.

Left holding the bag

6B Thursday, SEPTEMBER 27, 2018 The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com

Business Note: Business Moves with Mary will return next week.

More US corporate giants warn

tariffs will mean price hikes
‘The tariffs might provide a basis for companies to raise mate that he said Trump’s
steel and aluminum tar-
prices in a world where they’ve been very reluctant to iffs are costing Ford. He
said the figure is a year-
and unable to raise prices.’ over-year increase from
March through 2019.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell
Ford buys most of its
By TOM KRISHER specifically mentioned forthcoming higher costs. metals from U.S. produc-
and JOSH BOAK items ranging from car “You don’t see it yet,” ers, which have raised
AP Business Writers seats, cribs and back- the chairman said, refer- prices this year as a result
packs to hats, pet prod- ring to the data the Fed of the tariffs on foreign
DETROIT — From competitors, the company
ucts and bicycles. studies.
Ford to Walmart to has said.
Procter & Gamble, the But, Powell acknowl-
Procter & Gamble, a
consumer products giant, edged, “the tariffs might
growing number of iconic
has warned of both poten- provide a basis for com-
American companies are
warning that President tial price increases and panies to raise prices in a
Donald Trump’s tariffs on job losses as a result of world where they’ve been
U.S. imports are raising the tariffs. very reluctant to and un-
their costs and prices. In the meantime, able to raise prices.”
Jim Hackett, CEO of drinking Coca-Cola is At his own news con-
Ford, the second-larg- costing more because of ference Wednesday in
est U.S.-based automak- Trump’s tariffs. Macy’s, New York, Trump reject-
er, said Wednesday that too, has warned of likely ed any notion that his
Trump’s taxes on import- price increases. So has tariffs posed an economic
ed steel and aluminum Gap. risk, echoing assertions
are costing Ford $1 billion On Wednesday, Fed- by his administration that
and threatening to ignite eral Reserve Chairman consumers would barely
price increases across the Jerome Powell took on notice the new taxes.
auto industry. the issue at a news con- “It’s had no impact
Likewise, Walmart, ference after the Fed an- ... on our economy,” the
America’s largest retailer, nounced its latest interest president said after meet-
has told the administra- rate hike. Asked about the ings with foreign leaders
tion that Trump’s latest Trump tariffs forcing up at the United Nations
round of taxes — on $200 prices for America’s con- General Assembly.
billion of Chinese imports sumers, Powell agreed Hackett, in a television
— could increase prices that Fed officials are hear- interview Wednesday, re-
for its shoppers. Walmart ing from businesses about vealed the $1 billion esti-

Business briefs
Lewis awarded Columbus at Mount Sinai School of
Dede Lewis, Man- Cardiovas- Medicine and a two-year
cular Care. research fellowship in
aging Partner of the
He special- cardiovascular medicine
LongHorn Steakhouse,
izes in in- at Saint Vincent’s Hospi-
has been presented with
terventional tal and Medical Center,
the company’s “People
cardiology, New York Medical Col-
Leader” award, a top lead-
structural lege. He also completed
ership honor. Presented Makwana
heart dis- a three year fellowship in
annually, this award rec-
ease, vascular medicine cardiovascular medicine
ognizes Managing Part-
and critical care medi- at Saint Vincent’s Hospi-
ners who have served as
cine. tal and Medical Center in
mentors and consistently
Makwana received 2009 and a fellowship in
demonstrated a passion
a Bachelor of Medicine interventional cardiology
for helping LongHorn
and Bachelor of Surgery at North Shore University
managers and team degree from NHL Munic- Hospital.
members grow within the ipal Medical College, Gu- He comes to Baptist
company. jarat University in India. Golden Triangle from St.
She is one of just six He completed his residen- Rita’s Medical Center
Managing Partners se- cy in internal medicine at in Lima, Ohio, where
lected this year from the Wyckoff Heights Medical he served as medical
more than 500 LongHorn Center, an academic director of the Cardiac
Steakhouse restaurants affiliate of the Weill Cath Lab.
nationwide, making this a Cornell Medical College Makwana is board
truly outstanding honor. of Cornell University, certified in internal
the New York Medical medicine, interventional
Makwana joins Baptist College and New York cardiology, cardiovascu-
Baptist Memorial Institute of Technology in lar disease, critical care
Hospital-Golden Triangle Brooklyn, New York. He medicine, nuclear cardi-
welcomes new inter- completed a fellowship ology, echocardiography
ventional cardiologist, in surgical critical care and vascular medicine.
Hemraj Makwana, to its followed by a research Makwana and his
medical staff. He will fellowship in hyperten- wife Nimisha have two
be in practice at BMG sion and vascular biology daughters.

Included in House FAA bill:

Minimum size for airline seats
Lawmakers abandoned a plan backed requisite time,” Rep. Steve
Cohen, D-Tenn., said in an
by airlines to privatize the nation’s interview.
■ It bars airlines from
air-traffic-control system removing passengers
from overbooked flights
By DAVID KOENIG Lawmakers abandoned once the passenger has
AP Airlines Writer a plan backed by airlines boarded the plane. The is-
to privatize the nation’s sue gained attention after
The House voted air-traffic-control system. airport officers dragged
Wednesday to direct the And congressional nego- a 69-year-old man off a
federal government to tiators dropped a proposal United Express plane last
set a minimum size for to crack down on “unrea- year to make room for an
airline seats, bar passen- sonable” airline fees. airline employee. Airlines
gers from being kicked The bill includes sev- could still bump people
off overbooked planes, eral provisions backed by before boarding begins.
and consider whether to consumer groups. Among ■ Directs the Transpor-
restrict animals on planes. them: tation Department to set
Those and other pas- ■ It gives the FAA one rules for service and emo-
senger-related provisions year to set minimum mea- tional-support animals on
were included in a bill to surements for airline seats planes including “reason-
authorize Federal Aviation and the distance between able measures to ensure
Administration programs rows. Provision sponsors pets are not claimed as
for five years. The House said cramped planes are a service animals.” Airlines
approved the measure by safety issue during emer- have taken modest steps
a 398-23 vote, sending it to gencies such as fires. to crack down on support
the Senate, which faces a “People are getting animals, which they say
Sunday deadline. larger, the seats are get- are surging in numbers
The FAA bill is also ting smaller, and it’s just and leading to incidents of
notable for what is not in- obvious that you can’t biting and defecating on
cluded. evacuate the planes in the planes. cdispatch.com
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declared a white 98 COLUMBUS, MS 39701 said Deed of Trust and Columbus, MS 39701 molition. Landscaping, ing Assistant to help in dividual to work in its REPRESENTATIVE. 7:00am - 1:30pm; kit-
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and will start taking under, together with at- pressure washing, mov- activities. working around heavy with excellent commu- bikes, furniture, clothes
sealed bids on Monday September, 24, 2018 torney's fees, trustee's Loanmax LLC ing help & furniture machinery, adhering to nication and organiza- all sizes & more.
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be sold as is. The bids 1915 Highway 45 North and electronic funds detail & quality. Flexible ity to relate to a wide
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day, October 9, 2018 at Frank Collins, Substi- cord VIN# credit card payments, resume to experience is preferred, Hot Tub. Orig price
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awarded to the highest Pathfinder VIN# Deed of Trust, will on SERVICE. Commercial ments and credit card or drop resumes off at time position includes heater & system work
bid. If you have any 5N1AR18U58C638161 the 11th day of October, Dear Sir: or Residential. Free statements as well as 516 Main St, insurance benefits, perfectly! Small leak,
questions please feel 2018, offer for sale at Quotes! Cleaning level filing and processing Columbus, MS 39701. competitive pay, paid not using due to health.
free to call 662-272- Dear Sir: public outcry and sell This letter is to advise options. Refs available. outgoing mail. No phone calls please. personal leave and op- 662-327-3518.
5104 or 662-435-2414. within legal hours (be- you that a vehicle with 662-251-0351. portunity for advance-
ing between the hours ESTIMATOR WANTED MILLERMATIC 180 wire
This letter is to advise VIN# Required Skills include for a specialty con- ment. Come join our
PUBLISH: 9/23, 9/24, you that a vehicle with of 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 1HGCP26329A051871 accounts payable and creative, award-winning welder. New in box. Alu-
9/25, 9/26, 9/27, VIN# p.m.), at the Southeast was abandoned at our Lawn Care / Landscaping receivable, general
struction company in
staff. Hand deliver re- minum spool, CO2
1470 Columbus. Responsib- bottle. $1200 firm. Text
9/28, 9/30, 10/1, 5N1AR18U58C638161 Front Door of the facility. The charges on ledger and balance ilities include working sume to Beth Proffitt at
10/2, 10/3, 10/4, & was abandoned at our Lowndes County Court- this vehicle are as fol- sheet working know- 516 Main Street, only. 662-386-2915.
JESSE & BEVERLY'S with General Contract-
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low: Repairs to vehicle: preparation of bids,
COURT OF LOWNDES highest and best bidder $1,100.00 ing, sodding, & tree cut- tions HAYES DAYLILLIES
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI for cash the following ting. 356-6525. job management of Fall Sale Sept 28 & 29!
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You hold the title to this 18 South, Range 17 Total: tremely reliable, all shifts at 662-361-0514.
vehicle. If you wish to West, Lowndes County, $4,090.00 Please forward your re- Apply in person at
THE STATE OF MISSIS- Mississippi and being timely, organized, &
claim this vehicle, you Painting & Papering 1620 sume to Accounting Di- detail oriented with 505 Jackson St. Lost & Found Pets 5160
SIPPI may do so by calling more particularly de- You hold the title to this vision, P.O. Box 7648, positive attitude & Aberdeen
662-328-0316. scribed as follows: vehicle. If you wish to CLIFF'S PAINTING. Cliff Columbus, MS 39705 EOE FOUND BEHIND Crack-
TO: The heirs at law of Baswell. Free estim- character. Back-
claim this vehicle, you ground in construc- er Barrel. Small mixed
Ernestine LaShun Mun- If you do not wish to Beginning at the South- may do so by calling ates. Interior/Exterior General Help Wanted 3200
son, Deceased, whose tion supervision pre- poodle. Light brown col-
claim this vehicle, east corner of the 662-327-3100. work. 30 years experi- or. Call 662-327-2102.
names and addresses Southwest Quarter (SW ence. Many references. ADVANCED COLLISION ferred but not re- Truck Driving 3700
please call me and we quired. Salaried posi-
are unknown after dili- can discuss the dispos- 1/4) of Section 33, If you do not wish to 662-327-9079. Repair in Starkville is
gent search and inquiry tion with benefits & CLASS A CDL Driver Apts For Rent: Northside 7010
Township 18 South,
al of this vehicle. If I do claim this vehicle, 662-386-0006. looking for a new cus-
Range 17 West, vehicle furnished. with Truck & Lowboy
not hear from you in please call me and we tomer service manager 2BR/1BA, renovated w/
You have been made a Lowndes County, Mis- Email resume to Trailer experience to
(10) ten days from the can discuss the dispos- to add to our team! Job Central heat and air,
defendant in this suit in sissippi; thence North a job101@ load, haul, & unload
date of this letter, I will al of this vehicle. If I do SULLIVAN'S PAINT includes greeting cus- new appliances, floor-
this Court by Lou D. distance of 1406.0 feet cdispatch.com heavy construction
be forced to list the not hear from you in SERVICE tomers, answering the ing, etc. Available soon.
Dudley, Petitioner, seek- vehicle in the newspa- to an iron rod on the (10) ten days from the phone, & computer HELP WANTED – EXPER- equipment. Overnight
ing a judicial determina- Certified in lead travel required. Only Taking applications
per. The newspaper ad North right of way line of date of this letter, I will removal. Offering spe- skills. Come by & fill out IENCED HEAVY EQUIP- now. $450/Mth.
tion of the heirs-at-law will run for two weeks, Old Yorkville Road; be forced to list the an application today! MENT OPERATORS qualified applicants with
and statutory beneficiar- cial prices on interior & clean MVR, current NO HUD. Call Long &
after which this vehicle thence North 87 de- vehicle in the newspa- exterior painting, pres- 1025 Hwy 12 West NEEDED FOR LOCAL Long, 662-328-0770.
ies of Ernestine LaShun grees 10 minutes West PROJECT. MUST BE medical examiner’s cer-
Munson, deceased.
will be sold at auction per. The newspaper ad sure washing & sheet Starkville, MS 39759 tificate and no acci-
at Robertson Auto Re- along said North right of will run for two weeks, rock repairs. ABLE TO MAINTAIN & 1, 2, 3 BEDROOM apart-
pair at the address of way line, a distance of after which this vehicle CONSTRUCTION FORE- OPERATE DOZERS AND dents need apply. Fax ments & townhouses.
You are summoned to Free Estimates resume to 662-492-
1917 Main Street, 464.19 feet to the ini- will be sold at auction Call 435-6528 MAN: 10 years heavy EXCAVATORS. Fax re- Call for more info.
appear and defend Columbus, MS on the tial point of the lot at Twin River Auto Sales field experience, med. sume to 662-492-4490 4490 or email to 662-328-8254.
against the petition filed date of Monday, Octo- herein described; at the address of 2026 to large earthwork, or email to jm.sitemast jm.sitemasters
against you in this ac- ber 8, 2018. thence North 0 degrees 1/2 College Street, Sitting With The Sick / Elderly water, sewer, storm ers@yahoo.com @yahoo.com Apts For Rent: South 7040
tion at 9:30 a.m. on the 01 minutes 29 seconds Columbus, MS 39701 drain and asphalt pav-
16th day of October, East a distance of
1780 ing projects - local. Re- WAREHOUSE POSITION, DOWNTOWN APTS:
Sincerely, on the date of Monday,
2018, in the Chancery Pat Robertson 179.88 feet to an iron October 8, 2018. sponsible for site super- FULL TIME. Driver with Furniture 4480 Very nice 1BR & 2BR
Courtroom of the NEED SOMEONE to care vision, manage cost, Class D License. Heavy
Owner pin; thence North 87 de- for your loved one? apartments available.
Lowndes County Court- grees 07 minutes 12 Sincerely, capable of getting top Lifting Required. HUGE THOMASVILLE Lease & deposit re-
house in Columbus, Years of experience. production and perform- Apply in person at
PUBLISH: 9/28, 10/5, seconds West a dis- Roger Murray Great References. Call China Cabinet. Gor- quired. Call 662-364-
Mississippi, and in case & 10/12/2018 tance of 121.40 feet; Owner ance from site person- Bell Building Supply, geous! $450.00. 1610.
of your failure to ap- Betty, 662-251-6680. nel, and take a project 402 Lampkin Street
thence South 0 de- Very good at what I do! from start up through 662-425-1661 or
pear and defend, a judg- grees 01 minute 35 PUBLISH: 9/28, 10/5, in Starkville. 662-364-1989.
ment will be entered SUBSTITUTED TRUST- completion meeting Ask for Foley or Wes.
EE'S NOTICE OF SALE seconds West a dis- & 10/12/2018
against you for the tance of 179.98 feet to deadlines. Fax resume
Stump Removal 1790
money or other things
demanded in the peti- WHEREAS, on the 31st a point on the North
to 662-492-4490 or COLUMBUS LAW firm
email to jm.sitemasters Dunn & Hemphill in
Garage Sales: New Hope 4530 It’s a classified
right of way line of said Building & Remodeling 1120
tion. day of January, 2003,
Tony Williams and Billie Old Yorkville Road;
@yahoo.com search of a legal secret-
ary/paralegal with 5 yrs 15 OLD Swan Ln. rule-of-thumb:
thence South 87 de- SUGGS CONSTRUCTION Fri & Sat, 7-11a.
You are not required to
file an answer or other
T. Williams, husband
and wife, executed a grees 10 minutes East Building, remodeling,
metal roofing, painting
CONTRACTOR SEEKING office experience pre-
experienced carpenter ferred with references. Furn, clothes, etc. We tell readers
certain Deed of Trust to along said North right of with lots of experience. Please send resume to:
pleadings but you may
do so if you desire. Robert McKinney, Trust- way line a distance of
& all home repairs.
662-242-3471 Please call: Dunn & Hemphill, what they need
ee for the benefit of Re- 121.40 feet to the ini- 662-570-9464 for info. P.O. Drawer 1426,
Such should be served
by mailing to L. Nicole gions Bank, successor tial point of the lot
ALLSTUMP GRINDING Columbus, MS 39703, 2 FAMILY garage sale. to know to buy
by merger to AmSouth herein described; and PROGRESSIVE HEAT- OR email: wddunn@ 312 Lakeover Dr E. Sat.
Clinkscales, Attorney for
Petitioner, whose ad- Bank, which Deed of containing 0.50 acres, Tom Hatcher, LLC
GET 'ER DONE! ING & Cooling, Inc. is marketstreetlaw.com 6a. Furniture, home de- what they need.
Trust was recorded in more or less. Subject to Custom Construction, seeking experienced cor, clothes, & baby
dress is P.O. Box 1352, We can grind all your
restrictions, reserva- Restoration, Remodel-
Columbus, Mississippi the office of the Chan- stumps. Hard to reach Ductwork installers and items.
cery Clerk of Lowndes tions, easements, cov- ing, Repair, Insurance HVAC technicians. Ap-
39703, Telephone places, blown over
enants, oil, gas or min- claims. 662-364-1769. Auctions 4120
(662) 241-0057. County, Mississippi, roots, hillsides, back- plicants must have veri-
and recorded in Deed of eral rights of record, if Licensed & Bonded yards, pastures. Free fiable work references. Sell idle items
Issued under my hand Trust Book 2003 at estimates. You find it, Apply at:
and seal of said Court, Page 5610 of the land
I WILL CONVEY only General Services 1360
we'll grind it! 10155 Darracott Ac- with a quick action
this 6th day of Septem- records; and, 662-361-8379 cess Road
ber, 2018.
such title as is vested Aberdeen, MS classified ad.
WHEREAS, T. Frank in me as Substituted DUMP TRUCK Hauling Monday-Friday 8AM-4PM
Lowndes County Chan- Collins has been substi- Trustee. Slag, Gravel, Clay Dirt, Tree Services 1860 Phone: 662-369-3694
tuted in the place and Grating Driveways & or 662-328-1080.
cery Court Clerk
stead of Robert McKin- WITNESS MY SIGNA- Trailer Parks. 5 yard In- A&T Tree Service
ney, Trustee for Re- TURE, this the 21st day ternational Truck holds Bucket truck & stump General Help Wanted 3200
(SEAL) BY: Shantrell W. of August, 2018. 5 tons. $225/load, Col.
Granderson gions Bank, successor removal. Free est.
by merger to AmSouth Walter, 662-251-8664. Serving Columbus
Chancery Clerk/D.C. /s/ T. Frank Collins
Bank, said Appoint- since 1987. Senior
ment of Substitute T. Frank Collins, Substi- citizen disc. Call Alvin @
L. Nicole Clinkscales, Trustee being recorded tuted Trustee MUSIC THEORY LES- 242-0324/241-4447
in Book 2018 at Page SONS "We'll go out on a limb
Esq. MBN 99429
The Clinkscales Law 16155 of the records of SIMPSON LAW FIRM, $25 per hour for you!"
the Chancery Clerk of P.A.
Firm Attorneys at Law Chords, Scales, Modes
2125 Bell Avenue/Post said County; and, & more! Call Jimbo @
WHEREAS, fee simple P.O. Box 1410
Office Box 1352 Ridgeland, Mississippi 662-364-1687 VICKERS TREE
Columbus, Mississippi title is vested in Billie If no answer leave SERVICE, LLC
Williams (Estate of); 39158-1410 voicemail or text.
39703 (601) 957-6600 Tree trimming and re-
Tel: (662) 241-0057 and, moval. Fully insured.
Fax: (662) 241-0086 Dates of Publication: Free estimates.
Email: WHEREAS, default hav- Call Curt 662-418-0889
ing been made in the September 13, Septem- NEED A Privacy Fence?
clinkscaleslaw@gmail.c ber 20, September 27 Call me! Build or assist! or 662-549-2902
om terms and conditions of “A cut above the rest”
said Deed of Trust and and October 4, 2018 662-549-7167
the entire debt secured Call or Text.
PUBLISH: 9/13, 9/20,
& 9/27/2018 thereby having been de- Good Things To Eat 2150
clared to be due and Let your
payable in accordance RETAINER WALL, drive- YOU PICK MUSCAD-
with the terms of said fingers do the way, foundation, con- INES ARE READY!
Deed of Trust, the legal crete, masonry restora- Purple & Bronze-$8/gal.
holder of said indebted-
walking. tion, remodeling, base- Hill O' Beans Farm
Buy, sell, trade, ness, Regions Bank, Find your ment foundation, re- 456 Fernbank Rd.
or rent. successor by merger to pairs, small dump truck in Steens
AmSouth Bank, having dream job in hauling (5-6 yd) load & 662-368-1163
requested the under- the classifieds! demolition/lot cleaning. Open Mon.-Fri. 8a-5p
signed Substituted Burr Masonry Sat. 7a-12p
Trustee to execute the 662-242-0259. Call For Availability
trust and sell said land
8B THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2018 The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com
Apts For Rent: West 7050 Apts For Rent: Other 7080 Houses For Rent: Northside Commercial Property 8050

COLEMAN 3BR/2BA brick home, rent @ 1120 Hwy 69 S.

5,000sqft, heated &
RENTALS Move In Ready! 1704
cooled. 662-386-2746.
pets. 1 year lease, refs,
Apartments 1 BEDROOM & dep req. Inquire about Houses For Sale: Northside
& Houses 2 BEDROOMS
noise ord. $750/mo.

1 Bedrooms 3 BEDROOMS 2 OR 3BR, brick home,

window a/c, gas heat,
2 Bedroooms Houses For Rent: West 7150
fenced yard. Close to

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3 Bedrooms 1,000 SF brick home shopping! $575/mo +
DEPOSIT 2BR/2BA w/appliances $350 dep. 1120 6th
Furnished & AND
& D/W. CH/A. Located
in Mayhew. $565/mo. +
Ave. N. 662-352-4776.


Call 662-327-5266.
1, 2, & 3 Baths AGE + SUNROOM. 47
Lease, Deposit 662-329-2323 Sweet Gum Ln. Move In
Houses For Rent: Other 7180 Ready! $161,000.
& Credit Check Call for showing,
TWO PROPERTIES, COL: 662-352-1382.
viceinvestments.com 2411 HWY 45 N 2BR/1BA, 7th St.S. @

15th Ave.S. $500/mo. Houses For Sale: Caledonia
COLUMBUS, MS $500 dep. Nice home,
quiet area. WD hookup. 8450
Commercial Property For 2BR/1BA, 12th Ave.N.
Apts For Rent: Other 7080 @ 15th St.N. $575/mo. 3BR/2BA 158 Bethle-
Rent 7100 $575 dep. Nice home, hem Rd. 1,523 sq. ft.
quiet area. WD hookup. $129,900. Call 662-

1 & 2 BR Apts for Rent.
Military & 6th Ave N.

Find Sudoku
CH&A and Owner pays Spaces starting @ 3BR/2BA brick home on YESTERDAY’S
water. $350 per month, STEENS: QUIET Living, 1.6 acres, apx 1500sqft
$285/mo. Downtown & Sudoku is a number-
deposit required.
East Columbus loca- custom home, big mas- with 1BR/1BA rental
ter BR, 1 reg. BR, 1 big unit currently rented for placing puzzle based on Sudoku is a number-
2 7 3 6 1 8 4 5 9
tions. 662-435-4188.
9 8 1 5 2 4 3 6 7
What agiven
BA, walk in closet, $250/mo. Fenced back-
9x9 grid with several placing puzzle based on

2018 Conceptis Puzzles, Dist. by King Features Syndicate, Inc.

CH&A, 20x20 covered yard & newly updated.
5 4 6 3 7 9 8 2 1
square feet. 294 patio, 2 car garage, $110,000. Call numbers. The object a 9x9 grid with several

You’re 1 to 9 in the empty spaces

20x30 bonus room, Ap- 662-574-0082. given numbers. The object
Columbus apt available. Chubby Dr. Flexible leas-
pls Furnished. $750/ is to place the numbers 6 2 8 9 5 3 1 7 4
2BR/2BA. Call 662- ing terms. Available is to place the numbers
mo + $600 damage Investment Property 8550
328-8655 or 662-574- now. 662-328-8254.
dep. New Hope School 1 to 9 in the empty spaces 7 3 5 8 4 1 6 9 2
Columbus Office, Retail,
District. 662-574-9472. FANTASTIC ENTREPREN-
EURIAL Opportunity to Looking socolumn
that each row, each
and each 3x3 box so that each row, each
column and each 3x3 box
4 1 9 7 6 2 5 8 3
own your own home and contains the same number 1 9 4 2 8 6 7 3 5
Restaurant Space avail-
DOWNTOWN: 2BR/1BA, able. Call 662-328- be a landlord in a Great contains the same number
only once. The difficulty
CH&A, 1 story, W/D, 8655 or 662-574-7879. Location! $115,000
Live in established mo- only once. The difficulty 8 5 2 4 3 7 9 1 6
historic district, 1 block level increases from
from downtown, $575/
mo. + $575 dep. NO
PETS. 662-574-8789.
Houses For Rent: Northside
bile home park and let
your tenants make your
WATERFRONT 2BR/1BA mortgage payments!
In Monday to Sunday.
level increases from
Monday to Sunday.
3 6
Difficulty Level
7 1 9 5 2 4 8

Peaceful & Quiet area. in Hamilton. Direct ac- Park in New Hope (East
ALL BRICK 3BR/2BA cess to the TENN-TOM. Columbus location) cur-
house for rent. Big yard. Community boat ramp. rently has 10 lots, with
Carport. W/D hookup. Large deck overlooking options to expand. 6.3
FIRST FULL MONTH Nice neighborhood.
RENT FREE! 1 & 2 Bed- $780 per month. 155 W
water. Updated home acres. One 3/2 all-elec- CLASSIFIEDS
1200 sqft. CH/A. tric remodeled Mobile
room Apts/Townhomes. Thomas Dr. 3 min from $700/mo + $700 dep. Home w/new Central www.cdispatch.com
Stove & refrigerator. CAFB. 504-813-1200. Call 662-425-0250 for H/A currently rented,
$335-$600 Monthly. more info. storage building, and Lots & Acreage 8600
Credit check & deposit. 3BR/2BA. Fresh paint, one 37’ 5th wheel
Coleman Realty, new carpet & appl furn. Mobile Homes for Rent 7250 camper for rent, 3 TWO ELM Lake residen-
662-329-2323. 662-251-9696. empty spaces – one of tial lots for sale. One lot
FOR RENT: Very nice which could hold your in Cork Village border-
Apts For Rent: Other 7080 2BR/2BA, just off Milit- own mobile home – and ing #9 fairway. Ready to
ary & Black Creek Rd. 5 lots currently rented. build on. $27000 OBO.
Quiet, respectable trail- Pictures and video avail- One large lot overlook-
er park. 662-242-6439 able for serious inquir- ing #17 green. Ready to
or 662-570-3340. ies. Owners willing to build on. $28.000 OBO.
finance with 20% down 662-889-3103.
LOTS FOR Rent in New for 12 years and no
Hope Mobile Home early payout penalty. Mobile Homes for Sale 8650
Park. $160-$200/mo, Septic and treatment
will prepare site. Hurry, systems newly renov- That's right, 88 feet
only 3 lots available! ated and pumped, con-
venient to everything – long! Huge living room &
Pam, 601-310-3528. kitchen. Must see!
grocery store, clinics,
pharmacy, YMCA, Lake Only $58,900.
NICE 3BR/2BA MH in Lowndes State Park. 662-570-1375
North Columbus. Close Call/text for more info,
to schools & CAFB. Pam, 601-310-3528. 5BR/3BA. Central AC
$455/mo + $455 dep. and skirting. Delivery,
662-308-7781 or 601- Lots & Acreage 8600 set up & tie down in-
940-1397. cluded. Only $79,900.
200 ACRES timberland 662-570-1375.
RENT A fully equipped for sale. Mature saw
camper w/utilities & timber, excellent ASSUME PAYMENTS.
cable from $145/wk - hunting. Monroe County Singlewides &
$535/month. Colum- near Greenwood Doublewides available.
bus & County School Springs, MS. Small transfer fee re-
locations. 662-242- PRICED TO SELL. quired. 662-570-1375.
7653 or 601-940-1397. Call: (615) 719-8329 USED SINGLEWIDE.
Email: 14x52, 2BR/1BA. Deliv-
Commercial Property 8050 piper6626@gmail.com ery, set-up & tie down
FALL SPECIAL included. Only $15,995.
FOR LEASE. Convenient 1.95 acre lots. 662-570-1375.
store. Black Creek Good/bad credit.
Community on Military 10% down, as low as
Rd. & Blackcreek Rd. $299/mo. Eaton Land.
Ideal location. 1100 662-361-7711
sq. ft. shelving space,
200 sq. ft. grocery WOODED: 6.4 Acres in
store space & 155 sq. Oktibbeha Co, small
ft. cooler space. lake, turn left on Nich-
662-242-6439 or ols Rd, $49,900.
662-570-3340. 662-312-5184.
Houses For Sale: Other 8500

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1 Staff symbol
5 “The Merry Wid-
Wanted To Buy 8850 ow” composer
for 1986 GMC Pickup. 11 Sober
Must be serviceable.
Will pay fair price. Call 12 Gumbo base
Ben, 662-329-3833. 13 Followed
Autos For Sale 9150 14 Failed totally
16 Shift-6 on a
20 Igneous rock
23 Fade out
24 Not drowsy
25 Flour factories
05 CHEVY Tahoe, 100k
mi. One owner, 4WD, 27 Quarrel
black & gray, non- 28 Diamond sides
smoker. $2500. 29 Major movie on a
studio’s schedule
2012 GREY Honda 32 How a super
Accord. Leather heated 8 Stopped fasting 30 Warble
seats, super clean, may live
9 Cardinal 31 Flies and gnats
exc. cond. 130,000 36 Intolerant sort
miles. $11,500 OBO. 11 Publicity act 33 Hindu hero
39 Eastern monk
Call 662-352-9318. 15 Stiff drink 34 Mideast ruler
40 Prom chaper-
'03 INFINITY FX35 17 Not active 35 Diner chow
ones, usually
200,000 miles 18 Having a shiny 36 Jay-Z specialty
ONLY $2,500 41 Overlook
coat 37 Sports drink
Houses For Sale: Other 8500 662.570.1375 42 Disrobes
19 Lawman Eliot suffix
Campers & RVs 9300 43 Head features
20 Homer’s son 38 Pool need
TOMBIGBEE RV Park, 21 Soothing plant
1 Be boastful
located on Wilkins Wise 22 Put in stitches
Rd & Waverly Rd. Full 2 Similar
Hookups available. 25 Brewer’s need
3 Bring home
$300/mo. 662-328- 26 Northern sea
8655 or 662-574-7879. 4 Rail carrier
5 Minimal amount
28 Computer type
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