All branches of the Mid-Mississippi Regional Library System (MMRLS) are currently closed to the public including the Winston County Library, but many of the library’s resources are still available online during this time of social distancing, including its popular Hoopla and Axis360 services.
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STARKVILLE, Miss. -- Weather always plays a role in the spring planting decisions of Mississippi row crop producers, but the market impact of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is another variable they will have to consider in 2020.
Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks (MDWFP) in response to the COVID-19 pandemic will be making the following temporary changes to its business operations effective immediately for the safety of our employees and the public. These changes are effective April 1 and will remain in effect until further notice.
STARKVILLE, Miss.—Mississippi State University’s summer 2020 classes all will take place online to help students stay on their academic paths despite the COVID-19 pandemic, and students will have the added advantage of a number of additional course offerings.
STARKVILLE, Miss. -- Thanks to technology, meetings still can be held face-to-face while practicing social distancing, and some tips from the pros can help make the transition easier.
The Mississippi State Board of Education on Thursday suspended statewide policies to manage the impact of extended school closures because of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) public health crisis.
The Eupora Board of Aldermen approved the hiring of a new police officer during a special-called meeting Thursday.
Police Chief Gregg Hunter recommended the board hire Kenneth Scott of Vardaman as a full-time officer to fill a vacancy. He is now a full-time certified officer with the Calhoun City Police Department.
The Mississippi State Department of Health has reported the first death from the novel (new) coronavirus COVID-19 in Webster County.
MSDH said March 25 a Webster County man age 65-70 with underlying health conditions died while in hospitalization. His death marked the third from COVID-19 in Mississippi as of that date.