It’s almost time for the Super Bowl and you know what that means – gumbo.
Opening the 2019 Spring semester, The University of Southern Mississippi English and Theatre programs will host the 2019 Blaine Quarnstrom Playwright Series featuring playwright Robert Icke from Jan. 24 – 27.
As the end of the first semester approaches, the Lamar County School District is already looking ahead to the spring with a job fair planned for early in the year.
The fair is held each year to meet potential teachers who might be interested in a position with the district.
With conference members from the United State Senate and House of Representatives in agreement, the 807-page 2018 Farm Bill is expected to be passed by both chambers in the coming days, bringing much needed relief to thousands of Mississippians who depend on the programs it provides funding towards.
Know the risks. Spot the signs. Act fast. Merit Health Wesley has worked for the past few years to integrate evidence-based clinical practices into the medical management of sepsis and reduce risk in the community by educating the public about the illness.
In reality, punk rock has a very short history and a long shelf life. Pete Shelley and his bandmate, Howard Devoto, saw the Sex Pistols in London in February 1976. They liked it and made arrangements for the band to play their college in Manchester.
Great weather and enthusiastic shoppers made the 17th annual Shop Petal First a grand success. Participating merchants said the three-day event brought clients and shoppers who were excited to register for store prizes and begin their holiday shopping.
Success in life begins with a quality education. And yet, millions of children and youth lack the support they need to strengthen their literacy, stay on track in school and graduate. United Way of Southeast Mississippi supports existing programs, and implements new programs, to help children achieve academic success.
In a partnership like no other at The University of Southern Mississippi, the Luckyday Foundation of Ridgeland is continuing its support of the Luckyday Citizenship Scholars Program at Southern Miss with an additional commitment of more than $8.7 million through The USM Foundation.