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Voice of the people: Allen Pepper



Voice of the people: George A. Swales


Voice of the people: Jeffrey C. Smith

Thanks for the item in Sunday's Dispatch; I do agree to keeping leaders of the Legislature and state offices, as well as local offices, accountable.


Voice of the people: Cameron Triplett

According to Wyatt Emmerich Mississippi is vastly improving fiscally and in government accountability and openness under Republican leadership.



Voice of the people: Sanders Weatherby Sr.



Voice of the people: Berry Hinds



Voice of the people: Cameron Triplett



Voice of the people: Cameron Triplett



Voice of the people: Darlene Walrod

I have thought about this all weekend and simply cannot let it slide. On Friday, Jan. 10 there was an article in "Our View." I have no idea who wrote the piece, but they, glaringly, solidified their view with two words.



Voice of the people: David Owen

Talented Rufus Ward indicated in his column in Sunday's Dispatch that the British last fought the Battle of New Orleans on Jan. 8, 1815. I rarely question Rufus' capabilities in the history category. However, here I must point out that there is currently being waged another battle of New Orleans with the British.



Voice of the people: Berry Hinds



Voice of the people: Saul Vydas



Kathleen Parker: There they go again

If you happen to be one of those who enjoy politics as a blood sport, 2014's midterm election promises to be a carnival of gore. And that's just in the Republican Party. Democrats must be giddy.



Voice of the people: Thinks minimum wage should be abolished



Voice of the people: City officials and cable increases



Voice of the people: Nan Lott



Voice of the people: George Hazard



Voice of the people: Cameron Triplett

Commentary on Sunday's paper Whoo-Whee! Where do I start?



Voice of the people: Delbert Hosemann



Voice of the people: Linda Harris

The LCSD (Lowndes County School District) held its board meeting at West Lowndes Elementary on Dec. 9, 2013m at 5:30 pm. There are many changes proposed regarding the Lowndes County Schools. One that concerns me the most are the changes that will occur at the West Lowndes Schools. Our children at West Lowndes Middle School will be moved to the High School.



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