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Plaintiff sought damages in acid attack case
A federal judge has found in favor of Webster County and other defendants who were sued by the victim of an acid attack from an unsupervised inmate.
Webster County’s unemployment rate for February decreased three-tenths of a percentage point to 5.6%, according to the most recent figures from the Mississippi Department of Employment Security.
The county’s jobless rate was 5.9% in January and 5.1% in February 2019.
One-day mobile collections for COVID-19 testing specimens are continuing statewide this week, including drive-through testing in Eupora.
Leading operations are the University of Mississippi Medical Center, Mississippi State Department of Health, Mississippi Emergency Management Agency and Mississippi National Guard.
STARKVILLE, Miss.—A precision agriculture and cotton ginning expert is the new head of Mississippi State’s Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering.
J. Alex Thomasson will take the reins of the MSU department effective July 1, pending approval of the State Board of Trustees, Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning.
As we continue to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic, I’ve read that our eating habits are changing. The options for eating out have been limited as we practice social distancing.
This is the perfect opportunity for gardeners of all abilities to grow vegetable gardens.