Gov. Bryant attends Border Security meeting at White House

 


CLARION LEDGER – How Sela Ward’s husband became a U.S. Senate candidate

 Sherman, who has spent much of his career mentoring entrepreneurs, spoke to business students at Mississippi State University in March.

A fan of free-market ideology, Sherman said his priorities are health care, education and jobs, in which he plans to make improvements through public-private partnerships.

Though he touts himself as a job creator, he said he has yet to invest in companies based in Mississippi. The extent of his job creation inside the state is the hundreds employed since 2000 by Ward’s Hope Village, which currently employs 40.

Sherman said he wants to bring jobs to the state using its existing industry — bringing a corn chip plant to the Delta where they’re already growing corn, for example.

Mike Espy the next Doug Jones?

 

WLOX – Jackson Co. DA and MS senator host forum to draft bill that protects people with special needs

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Gallo to host #MS03 forum in Brandon tonight

 

WTOK – GOP congressional forum set for Wednesday

Candidates in one of the biggest elections for east Mississippi will be in Meridian this week for a forum that will be broadcast on WTOK-TV.

WTOK and The Meridian Star are teaming up to present the GOP Congressional Forum Wednesday at Meridian Community College’s McCain Theatre.

The forum is sponsored by the Lauderdale County Republican Party…

Syndicated columnist Sid Salter will serve as moderator.

#MS03 candidate Dunn, #MSSen candidate Boyanton speak at Central MS Tea Party meeting

Northern PSC Commissioner Presley attends ceremony bringing more natural gas access to Lafayette Co.

WCBI – Mississippi cuts math teacher test score, citing shortage

Mississippi is lowering the standardized test score that a student must achieve to become a middle school or high school math teacher.

The state Board of Education voted to approve the change Thursday. It takes effect immediately, and could mean that 89 students previously unable to earn licenses will now be awarded them.

WLOX – Beauvoir asks New Orleans for Jefferson Davis statue

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