STARKVILLE, Miss.—The classic theme of a protagonist overcoming the odds has taken on a more futuristic plot in Theatre MSU’s upcoming production of “Beowulf,” the epic Old English poem that’s seeing a more modernistic interpretation next week at the university.
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Jackson, Miss. (Nov. 14, 2019) – Pipeline construction and maintenance company Progressive Pipeline announced Thursday it is expanding in Meridian. The project is a $5.143-million corporate investment and will create 25 jobs.
STARKVILLE, Miss.—Mississippi State’s Student Association will kick off this year’s Homecoming celebration Sunday [Nov. 17] during a special service at the Chapel of Memories, with numerous activities continuing throughout the week.
East Central Community College offensive tackle TyKeem Doss and kicking specialist Robens Beauplan added to their postseason honors today by being named to the National Junior College Athletic Association All-Region 23 Football Team.
(Jackson, Miss.) – The Mississippi Department of Human Services recently launched a statewide initiative to provide a “one-stop” online guide for all Mississippians to find a variety of resources and services available throughout the state.
STARKVILLE, Miss.—In announcing its 2019 class of Alumni Fellows, the Mississippi State University Alumni Association also is marking the 30th anniversary of the annual special recognition program.
STARKVILLE, Miss.—Mississippi State is defying the trend of declining student numbers at universities and colleges across the state and nation with its fifth consecutive year of enrollment growth.
On December 13th and 14th during the “Home for Christmas” concert weekend, Louisville will host a five-man television crew from Mississippi Public Broadcasting who will be in town completing the documentary, “Meet Carl Jackson”.
Rusty Foster will serve as Winston County’s next Chancery Clerk after winning the Nov. 5 general election for that office.
The Democratic candidate received 4619 votes for the open seat, according to unofficial final results with affidavits. Republican Justin Keller was second with 1870 votes.
The 2019 Veterans Day Program was moved indoors to ‘The Dome’ in Louisville, and was observed this past Saturday, November 9.
The observance began with a breakfast provided by The Pilot Club, and an official greeting from Louisville Police Chief Sean Holdiness.