East Central Community College sophomore linebacker Anthony Blakely signed a national letter of intent Feb. 5 to play football next year for Mississippi Valley State University in Itta Bena. The Delta Devils compete in the Southwestern Athletic Conference and NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision.
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Jackson, Miss. — The Mississippi Senate unanimously approved and co-authored legislation raising teacher pay by $1,000. New teachers with a bachelor’s degree and other qualifications would receive a $1,110 increase, raising starting teacher pay in the state to at least $37,000 a year.
STARKVILLE, Miss.—Mississippi State’s three hospitals affiliated with its College of Veterinary Medicine are being recognized for attaining the nation’s highest level of veterinary care excellence.
On Wednesday evening, January 29, Louisville Police Dept. responded to a call of shots fired at a home at 107 North Street.
It is reported that windows were broken out and a bullet penetrated at television inside the home, however no one was injured.
With most parents concerned about paying for college the Louisville Municipal School District is making those worries less by offering dual-credit enrollment.
Dual enrollment courses allow students to work toward their high school diploma while also earning college credit at low or no cost.
Voter registration for the upcoming Mississippi Primary, which takes place on Tuesday, March 10, is currently underway.
Voters can register at the Winston County Circuit Clerk’s office on weekdays, and the office will be open until noon on Saturday, February 8 to allow voters to register.
STARKVILLE, Miss.—For the fourth consecutive year, Mississippi State’s Museums and Galleries Committee is presenting Science Night at the Museums.
Free and open to all, the interactive event is Feb. 12 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at various locations in Hilbun Hall, Harned Hall and the Cobb Institute of Archaeology.
JACKSON, Miss. – By a proclamation from Gov. Tate Reeves, Mississippi will recognize Arbor Day on Friday, February 14.
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STARKVILLE, Miss.—A Mississippi State faculty member is part of a collaboration awarded $300,000 from the National Science Foundation in support of research aimed at preventing sexual harassment during undergraduate field-based courses.
As part of a lesson on illustrators, Dee Hazelwood’s third grade students from Winona Christian School wrote a story about Eupora’s special dog, George.
George can be found most days visiting local businesses and is quite famous around town. He even has a Facebook group dedicated to his whereabouts.