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Ann Sparkman: Remembering Pearl Harbor

I would like a Rose to The Dispatch for featuring the Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7th story.



John Dorrah: Impressed with school, students and faculty

My part-time job as educational consultant in several states lets me see and experience every type of teaching situation imaginable. Often it's not so good. Oh, the stories I could tell.



Steve Ellis: Peanut butter (and life) for the children of Haiti

I would like to challenge every parent or grandparent in the Golden Triangle to look deeply into the eyes of their children and grandchildren.



William Hairston: Takes issue with congressman's remarks

After reading what Republican Congressman Alan Nunnelee said to the Columbus Rotary Club this week (11/22/2011), one wonders if these leaders of ours have ever read a book that wasn't required reading. The case in point here is Nunnelee's belief, and a standard Republican talking point, that "governments do not create jobs" (quoting the news article which presumably quoted him).



Carl Lee: Thankful for our common values and virtues



Clinton Graves: Alcohol-cancer connection



Fred Bell: Political signs

The elections are over and as always we have winners and losers. To those who won and will serve our community for the next four years I congratulate you on your victory and wish you well. To those who were defeated I want to thank you for your willingness to serve and hope that this will not discourage you from seeking public office in the future.



Deborah Miller McGahee: Vets deserve better



Pat Kight: Supports Morgan for Oktibbeha Tax Assessor/Collector



Marc Miley: Supports Arledge



Haley Salazar: Answer to letter



Robert Ford: A bold plan for a new police station

Starkville is literally at a crossroads. It is time for fresh, creative and rational thinking followed by decisive action by the mayor and aldermen.



Fred Bell: Red Kettle Campaign



Nancy Hanks Springfield: Those who serve

It was shortly before 5:30 Friday morning, October 21, when I was awakened by the telephone ringing. My daughter, Scoti Diane Springfield Domeij originally from Columbus, in Colorado Springs, Col., called to say that she had been awakened about 11:30 Thursday night by a loud knocking on her door.



Dennis Nordin: Silly proposition

Supporters of Proposition 26 do not know much about life's origins.



Clinton H. Graves: An appeal for honesty regarding alcohol and alcoholic beverages

Several news organizations have invited comments on issues deemed important for consideration in choosing among candidates for public offices in this election year.



Shannon Wallace: Supports Amendment 26

The controversy surrounding the proposed Amendment 26 to the Mississippi Constitution is overwhelming, or at least it was until I had an epiphany of sorts yesterday.



Sandra Cathey: One woman's answer to Amendment 26

I am frightened at the loss of women's rights. Amendment 26 will take away women's liberties, freedom, and control over their bodies. This amendment is against the Constitution of the United States of America.



Mayor George Gerhart: Celebrate Caledonia

On behalf of the Town of Caledonia I would like to thank the vendors, all volunteers, performers, people from all over the countryside who attended both Friday and Saturday activities, organizations that donated, friends, churches, and those that I might not have mentioned.



Alderman Steve Honnoll: A blemish on an otherwise successful Caledonia Day

I would like to say a big thank you, to everyone who had a part in Caledonia Day 2011. This event could not have been possible without the vendors, sponsors and people who attended Friday night and Saturday.



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