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Fall Festivities in Olde Towne

-Abbie Walker, Editor

Mississippi College students don’t have to look far this fall to find something to do. Clinton’s Olde Towne will be hosting several events throughout the coming months, many of which are available for college students. 350 more words

The Mississippi Collegian

New clinic student hours at the Baptist Healthplex

Alexis Rodgers, Contributing Writer

This fall, the Baptist Medical Clinic welcomed back Mississippi College students with new student hours. For the first time since the clinic’s establishment, hours for MC students have been extended to the regular clinic hours. 469 more words

The Mississippi Collegian

Diner Round Up - Clinton Station Diner in Clinton

If you have ever traveled on Route 78…you know this diner! The Clinton Station Diner is cool because it has a train car where you can sit and eat. 179 more words


One dead after Clinton County crash

CLINTON CO., Ind. (WLFI) – One person is dead after a single vehicle crash in Clinton County Sunday afternoon.

According to the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office, the crash happened just after 12:30 p.m. 69 more words


Clinton Street @ 28th : Commenting on the 2035 Comprehensive Plan

Another comment I left on the Comprehensive plan went like this,

“This is another node that is great now. However it is another reason I left the neighborhood because the commute through this area on bike just got to be too frustrating.

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Miami Beach Mayor Levine's Obscene Propaganda Organ


Insults to Intelligence

18 October 2014

By David Arthur Walters MIAMI MIRROR

Miami Beach—Philip Levine, the wealthy public relations man and real estate developer who spent well over a million dollars out of his own pocket to buy himself a mayoral seat and a majority on the commission of the City of Miami Beach, and whose campaign brought frivolous defamation suits against journalists who dared to criticize him, appears to be depending on the stupidity of the electorate to realize his ambition to become a politician, perhaps even become equal in stature to his friends Bill and Hillary Clinton. 1,345 more words

Bill Nelson