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  1. Columbus' Black grew into All-American at MSURead the original story

    Saturday Sep 1 | Commercial Dispatch

    Athletes the caliber of Stan Black don't come along too often, which is why Tyler, who at the time was the football coach at Mississippi State, was eager to visit Heritage Academy in Columbus to watch Black play. "He was outstanding," Tyler said earlier this week from his home in Water Valley.

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  2. Black touched many lives off the fieldRead the original story

    Saturday Sep 1 | Commercial Dispatch

    While being an All-American at Mississippi State and going on to play professional football in the NFL earned Black fame throughout the nation, those who knew the former Columbus resident remember him as a "humble" man who never allowed his athletic accomplishments to change his personality. "He was a guy who touched so many peoples lives," said Don West, who grew up with and played sports with Black and then went on to attend MSU with him.

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  3. No debate in GOP congressional primary runoff in MississippiRead the original story

    Jun 9, 2018 | Commercial Dispatch

    Michael Guest of Brandon and Whit Hughes of Madison emerged from a six-person primary Tuesday in central Mississippi's 3rd Congressional District. Guest, who is the district attorney in Madison and Rankin counties, received 45 percent of the vote, and Hughes, who is a former deputy director of the state economic development agency, received 22 percent.

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  4. Rep. Chism recovering well from strokeRead the original story w/Photo

    May 2, 2018 | Commercial Dispatch

    "It split my face right down the middle: Everything on my left side was numb and everything on my right was normal," said Chism, who is recovering in Jackson after a second stroke, which he believes occurred around April. 7. "It wasn't like that this time."

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  5. Mississippi GOP hopefuls decry federal spending, regulationsRead the original story

    Apr 19, 2018 | Commercial Dispatch

    The six GOP candidates in the 3rd District spoke Wednesday night in Jackson at a forum sponsored by Americans For Prosperity, a group promoting free markets and limited government. The Republican field has two health care professionals, Whit Hughes of Madison and Morgan Dunn of Magee; a state senator, Sally Doty of Brookhaven; a businessman, Perry Parker of Seminary; a district attorney, Michael Guest of Brandon; and an artist and educational consultant, Katherine Tate of Jackson.

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  6. Public school lobby can claim win in halting formula rewriteRead the original story

    Mar 3, 2018 | Commercial Dispatch

    Mississippi's traditional public school lobby is not dead, any rematch over rewriting the school funding formula could have to wait until after the 2020 elections, and the prospect for increased funding of the current formula looks uncertain. Those are among the takeaways after the effort replace the current Mississippi Adequate Education Program crumbled Thursday under the opposition of unified Democrats and a crucial minority of Republicans.

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