Although the Louisville Annual Christmas Parade didn’t kickoff until 5:30 in downtown Louisville, people were seen staking out prime viewing seats as early as 4 p.m.
The cold weather, dropping down to 31 degrees with a wind, did not deter the crowds as the parade participants worked to evoke the Christmas spirit.
Almost a dozen persons are without a home following an apartment fire on East Main Street in Louisville.
Louisville Fire Department responded to an apartment fire Tuesday morning. Louisville Fire Deputy Chief Robert Hutto said the apartments were destroyed and unlivable but no injuires were reported.
The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) is considering improvements to its transmission system that would increase power reliability in parts of Winston and Noxubee Counties in Mississippi.
It is proposing to build 17 to 20 miles of a single-circuit transmission line to connect two existing TVA stations.
STARKVILLE, Miss.—Mississippi State alumnus, benefactor and businessman William A. “Lex” Taylor III will address the university’s nearly 1,500 graduates on Dec. 13.
Consumers and businesses in targeted parts of C Spire’s wireless service area in East Mississippi are experiencing faster speeds and better connections with the completion of a 10-month project to deploy more spectrum and add capacity to the network.
The Mississippi Highway Patrol will begin the 2019 Thanksgiving Holiday Enforcement Period on Wednesday, November 27, at 12:01 a.m. and conclude Sunday, December 1, at midnight.