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The ultimate friend of the people

Oliver Emmerich, a conservative Mississippian who founded the company that has owned this newspaper for decades, understood more than most the danger of championing a free and independent press. During the tumultuous summer of 1963, the KKK burned crosses at his home and newspaper office, the Enterprise-Journal in McComb.






Van donated to women’s shelter

By MARK ROGERS,

A new minivan, donated by a Columbia man, will help WINGS continue its mission helping abused women.

Dick Jordan donated the vehicle this week, and Executive Director Allen Williams says it will be a big help to the organization, which has shelters in Columbia and McComb for women and children victims of domestic violence.






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The ultimate friend of the people

Oliver Emmerich, a conservative Mississippian who founded the company that has owned this newspaper for decades, understood more than most the danger of championing a free and independent press. During the tumultuous summer of 1963, the KKK burned crosses at his home and newspaper office, the Enterprise-Journal in McComb.








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