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Louisville Fire Department responded to the report of a structure fire at 232 Northwood Drive in the early hours of Wednesday morning, June 12.

At the June 17, 2019 meeting of the Winston County Board of Supervisors, the Board presented Bethany Grace Higgason and Kyla Elizabeth Linch with $500 checks as the Winston County recipients of...

Sheriff Jason Pugh and Deputy Keith Alexander recently denoted to the Louisville Rotary Club the multitude of scams through the internet and phone that are going around Winston County.

This past Wednesday evening a number of Winston County volunteer firefighters, law enforcement officers and 9-1-1 operators were beneficiaries of Hazmat training presented by Keith & Cathy...

ACKERMAN — Former Webster County Deputy Sheriff Michael Landon Griffin has entered guilty pleas on charges of embezzlement by a public official and transferring a stolen firearm.

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MSU’s new supercomputer ranks 4th fastest in U.S. academia, continues tradition of calculating real-world research solutions

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STARKVILLE, Miss.—From improving weather forecasts to making safer and more fuel-efficient vehicles to better securing the cyber world, Mississippi State’s technologically-advanced supercomputers have been helping researchers identify solutions to real-world challenges for decades.


Illegal Narcotics Laced With Fentanyl Results In Deaths Of Two People And Overdose Of Three Others In Booneville, MS

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The Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics is assisting the Booneville Police Department with a case involving illegal narcotics laced with the deadly drug fentanyl which led to the deaths of two people and the overdose of three others Monday in Booneville.










University Obtains New Patent for Poison Ivy, Oak Vaccine Compound in clinical development with Memphis-based company

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OXFORD, Miss. – The University of Mississippi has been issued its fourth patent for a product that could prevent the painful itching and rash due to exposure to poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac.





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