LifeCare EMS, the 911 ambulance transport provider for six counties in central Mississippi, will now be known as PatientCare EMS. The ambulance service’s new name better reflects the excellent patient care provided by the company in Leake, Winston, Newton, Scott, Noxubee and Kemper counties.
The Choctaw County Flea Market began in 2012 as part of the MSU Extension's Turning the Tide on Poverty project. The flea market, which is held every Spring and Fall, offers families a venue where they can sell arts, crafts, yard sale items, home-grown produce and more. "The flea market is continuing to grow.
Astrophotographer and retired California aerospace engineer, Bill Kennedy, shot this spectacular image of the Veil Nebula recently at Rainwater Observatory in French Camp, Mississippi! The nebula is the remnant of a massive stellar explosion called a supernova.
“Library Card Sign-Up Month” starts September 3rd and runs through September 30th at all Mid-Mississippi Regional Library System (MMRLS) locations.
In 2008, after the Nanih Waiya Mound was returned to the Choctaw People by the State of Mississippi, the Tribe created Nanih Waiya Day to celebrate the mound’s return.
Last week, the Tribe celebrated with multiple activities throughout the day.
SCOOBA – Fans will have their first opportunity to check out the two-time reigning NJCAA football champion Lions of East Mississippi Community College during Wednesday's (Aug. 21) scheduled "Meet the Lions" event on the Scooba campus. Festivities are set to begin at 7:30 p.m.
North Mississippi Medical Center-Eupora was presented with the 2019 Outstanding Mississippi Small Rural Hospital Award last week.
The Mississippi Hospital Association presented the award during a Thursday afternoon celebration at the hospital.
The Enterprise of Mississippi thanks BK Edwards Fabrication & Welding for its assistance in transporting and unloading the new CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machine at the Webster County Career and Technology Center.