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It’s likely that the departure of Thad Cochran from the U.S. Senate is going to generate more news about the political jockeying to replace him than the service he gave to Mississippi over nearly half a century in Washington.
Two Petal natives are among four Mississippi finalists for the prestigious Harry S. Truman Scholarship.
Friends of Neely native Mackenzie Westmoreland availability of applications for a memorial scholarship for the performing arts in honor of this local artist.
Madison Alliston, a senior at Sacred Heart Catholic School, has been named one of the nation’s six finalists for the 2018 Exemplary Student Service Award. These six individuals were selected for utilizing the skills they learned through speech and debate to go above and beyond in their service to their school, community, region or state.
If the Mississippi Legislature’s latest effort to enact yet another “gunslinger” law comes to fruition, here are two suggestions for where Gov. Phil Bryant should hold the signing ceremony.
At Vaught-Hemingway Stadium in Oxford or at Davis Wade Stadium in Starkville.
Three insurance companies in Mississippi have agreed to provide more extensive coverage of services for people with autism and other developmental disorders.
Will’s Way, a Hattiesburg clinic, will benefit by being able to offer services to more families.
Hattiesburg police have asked for any information leading to the apprehension of 26-year-old Rhakim Jamal James, who is wanted for six counts of aggravated assault in the recent shooting in 6100 block of U.S. Hwy. 49 last weekend.
The website Politico.com, which provides in-depth coverage of Washington, asked 12 historians last month if 2017 was the craziest year in American political history.
Fortunately for the reputation of historians, only one of them said it was.