Lt. Gov.Delbert Hosemann tells a group of law enforcement officers at the B.B. King Museum some plans for education in Mississippi and how it relates to the state's corrections issues.
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Jerry Mitchell, author of Race Against Time, talks with E-T publisher Bryan Davis about the book and his experiences in investigative reporting.
The Sunflower County NAACP Branch #5333 will present its annual Black History Program at 3 p.m. Sunday, February 23 at the B.B. King Museum.
On Saturday, February 15, 2020, the B.B. King Ambassador Leadership Program met with representatives from Hope Credit Union to learn about the importance of establishing a good credit score, paying yourself first and being financially responsible.
Even with a rainy start in 2020, it isn’t too soon for Delta farmers to start thinking about irrigation.
Nothing is more important than our body. It is a temple and we are supposed to take care of it.
Vaping is harmful to our temple. So the big question is if someone vapes are they more than likely to use other tobacco products?
The answer is more than likely, YES!
Each fourth Sunday in January the Mission Ministry of the Bell Grove M.B. Church pay special tribute to the men and women who place themselves in harms way for the safety of the citizens of Sunflower County—the first responders.
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church members Woods Eastland and Seldon Van Cleve stand prepared to serve pancakes next Tuesday night. The St. Stephen’s annual Pancake Supper will be held at the Parish House, located at 204 E. Gresham on Tuesday, Feb. 25.
Mississippi has a great story to tell, but that great story is not necessarily the one being told.
That is according to Mississippi Economic Council President & CEO Scott Waller, who keynoted a special presentation to the Indianola Rotary Club this week as part of MEC’s tour of cities across the state in 2020.
I doubt there is anyone in Mississippi living in a million dollar house with a swimming pool drawing welfare or Medicaid unless that person is a live-in servant.
But state Sen. Angela Hill, R-Picayune, seems to think so, or at least that’s what her rhetoric implies.