Louisville Fire Department responded to the report of a structure fire at 232 Northwood Drive in the early hours of Wednesday morning, June 12.
Today's Top Stories
UM team shares in their students' journey from freshman year
OXFORD, Miss. – When students enroll in the University of Mississippi School of Business Administration, the school's career prep team begins preparing them as freshman to become part of the working world.
U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.), a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, June 11 announced the award of a U.S. Navy contract worth up to $84 million for a Winston County company to repair and maintain all-terrain cranes for the Marine Corps.
At their regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, June 4, Mayor Will Hill reported to the Louisville Board of Aldermen that a number of the capitol and recovery projects have been completed with others substantially complete. These projects have been in progress since shortly after the tornado of April 2014.
At around noon on Tuesday, June 4, personnel from Louisville Fire Department, Nanih Waiya Volunteer Fire Department, East Winston Volunteer Fire Department, and Mississippi Forestry Commission, along with Winston County Fire Coordinator Jody Garrard, responded to a chicken house fire on Garrigues Road, near the intersection of Boon Road.
STARKVILLE, Miss.—Articles by Mississippi State’s top researchers on Ulysses S. Grant are featured in the latest issue of the Journal of Mississippi History.
The Program of Research & Evaluation for Public Schools (PREPS) at William Carey University is now accepting applications from K-12 principals, teachers and superintendents for the 2019-20 CEO Leadership Academy. CEO stands for “Collaborating to Empower Others.”