An outside entity approaches Mississippi and says that it wants to invest a billion dollars a year in the state indefinitely and create thousands of new jobs. The only catch is that the state has to put up $100 million a year, too.
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There was no shortage of self-styled “pro-Trump conservatives” in this month’s Mississippi Republican primaries.
Not every candidate in every race ran a television advertisement including Donald Trump’s picture or a pledge to stand by the president in protecting the border and Mississippi values, but quite a few did.
Good Mornin’! Good Mornin’!
I really don’t remember much about the first day of school at CDA as I knew more than a handful of classmates from Sunday School.
I remember Mrs. Woods, always with a smile, teaching us how to read and how to write and simple math with these bundles of red sticks.
Yesterday, I went to my usual Tuesday spot- Joe's Crab Shack.
I walked in and sat at my usual booth and prepared to order my usual entree- The Orleans Pot. It comes with crawfish, sausage, shrimp, corn, and potatoes.
I looked through the menu. My eyes and tastebuds connected with The Rajun Cajun Steampot.
According to information published in the Bolívar Commercial newspaper, the Bolivar County Sheriff’s Department along with the Cleveland Volunteer Fire Department responded to two bomb threats last week at Faurecia Automotive Seating, a local manufacturing business.
The Gentry High School Rams football team’s game-opening routine just got a little less strenuous. On Friday, the class of 2019 unveiled a new effigy of the school’s mascot that stands valiantly in front of the team’s field house on the far east end of the playing field.
In less than a week, voters across the state will hopefully race to the polls in large numbers to cast their votes in the 2019 party primary elections and Sunflower County election officials are gearing up because the local ballot will be chock-full with some incumbents going up against a field of hopefuls.
The Bingham Foundation and Ross Ministries recently partnered together on Saturday, July 27 to give away backpacks and school supplies along with clothes, shoes, and inspirational materials to people in the Indianola community.
Several members of the Union Grove Baptist Church in Moorhead took a one-day excursion to Jackson last week to hear their pastor, the Rev. William Earl Reed, deliver one of the afternoon messages during the 2019 session of the General Missionary Baptist State Convention held at the Jackson Marriott.
Recently, teachers from across the state came together for the Mississippi Department of Transportation’s (MDOT) annual Roadways Into Developing Elementary Students (RIDES) program training.