STARKVILLE, Miss.—Mississippi State hosted a capacity crowd gathered to celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Monday [Jan. 20], with keynote speaker Donald M. Shaffer applauding those also committing the day to public service.
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Prior City Clerk Sentenced to Prison and Ordered to Pay More than $216,000 in Restitution to the Town of ColdwaterBy SUBMITTED,
GREENVILLE, Miss. – A man hired as the City Clerk for the Town of Coldwater was sentenced to 21 months in federal prison on Wednesday for Wire Fraud. U.S. District Judge Debra M.
OXFORD, Miss.— A Greenville lab operator hired to test water samples to help insure water quality for dozens of towns throughout the Mississippi Delta was sentenced to 18 months in prison on Thursday for submitting false statements and lab results to the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality. William C. Lamar, U.S.
I don’t think you can go wrong with some dianthus in your landscape in 2020.
East Central Community College sophomore Anna McNeer has signed to continue her softball career next fall at Belhaven University in Jackson.
The Belhaven Blazers compete in the NCAA Division III’s American Southwest Conference.
The East Central Community College Lady Warriors dropped a hard-fought 72-68 decision to the No. 11 ranked Jones College Lady Bobcats, while a second half comeback gave the Jones men an 80-76 win over the Warriors in MACJC South Division basketball action Thursday, Jan. 16, at Brackeen-Wood Gym in Decatur.
Jackson, Miss.—Last year, Lt. Governor Delbert Hosemann vowed to seek input from Mississippi’s public educators when considering legislation impacting public schools. To help him fulfill the promise, Hosemann named 19 public school leaders from across the State to an Administrator Advisory Council today.