There was Lt. Governor Tate Reeves, pictured in the Jan. 23 issue of The Clarion-Ledger, wearing a big smile and the yellow stole of the school choice lobby.
However, there’s not much to smile about when it comes to the Mississippi Educational Scholarship Account.
Nineteen teachers across south Mississippi – including one in Forrest County, four in Hattiesburg, one in Petal and three in Lamar County – are the recipients of approximately $12,000 in Environmental Education Grants from Mississippi Power earmarked for equipment, supplies and projects for environmental science projects.
The First Bank and Pinebelt Foundation will co-host the fifth annual Investment Outlook Dinner at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 12, at Southern Oaks House & Gardens.
December turned out to be the busiest month of 2018 for Lifeguard Ambulance Service – which provides emergency medical services in Lamar County – with 446 requests for service and a total of 349 transports.
World-famous pianist Philip Fortenberry will present a public concert during William Carey University’s 2019 Homecoming festivities. Fortenberry has performed at Carnegie Hall, the White House, Lincoln Center, the Kennedy Center and the United Nations’ 40th Anniversary.
Friday, March 22
11:30AM: 50+ Year Reunion, Wilkes Hall; $20/person, registration at 11:00
2PM: Alumni Chapel Service, Bass Memorial Chapel
3PM: African American Cultural Society Alumni Chapter Reception, location TBA
By now, everyone is aware of – and still justifiably upset about – the pass interference non-call during the Jan. 20 NFC Championship game that more than likely cost the New Orleans Saints a trip to the Super Bowl.
Jax Dunn, a third-grader at Petal Elementary School, has already got a head start on his future plans: he wants to be a lawyer.
For more than 20 years, many residents of south Mississippi have been treated to the sounds of Southern Strings Dulcimers, the Dixie-based group specializing in dulcimer, guitar and psaltery music.