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Gov. Bryant says potential for special session in August

Governor says special session likely for August Governor Phil Bryant says he expects a special session to happen next month and said an infrastructure bill...

Reflections: Dye, Carruth cast large shadows in Mississippi, left indelible legacies

By: Sid Salter Driving back from a weekend in Lower Alabama, my friend Lee Weiskopf sent a text just as we were leaving Orange Beach...

Franklin Corporation, One of Nation’s Largest Privately Owned Furniture Manufacturers, Expanding in Houston, Miss.

Franklin Corporation, one of the largest privately owned furniture manufacturers in the U.S., is expanding in Houston, Miss. The expansion, a $2.731 million corporate...

Almost $67,500 in Tax-Forfeited Revenue Released to 15 Counties

The Secretary of State’s Office is releasing $67,452.08 today to 15 counties across the State, and cities and schools within those counties, representing proceeds...

Mississippi lawmakers send condolences in loss of former Lt. Gov. Brad Dye

Brad Dye was a former Mississippi Lt. Governor who passed away from respiratory failure at the age of 84. Public service ran in his blood....

VIDEO: Blue Cross Blue Shield and UMMC have agreed to a mediator in contract...

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Mississippi and the University of Mississippi Medical Center have agreed to use a mediator in their current contractual dispute,...

Representative Sara Thomas retires from state legislature

In a letter addressed to Speaker of the House Philip Gunn, Thomas said: "It is with a great deal of mixed emotions and heartfelt memories...

Governor Phil Bryant Appoints Harry Lee James State Aid Engineer at Mississippi Office of...

Gov. Phil Bryant announced today that he has appointed Harry Lee James state aid engineer in the Mississippi Office of State Aid Road Construction. James...

Tackling Bureaucracy for Long-Sought Duck Hunting Reform

By: Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith Federal rules and regulations too often become seemingly insurmountable obstacles to simple changes that can have a positive impact.  I introduced...

PASSED: Congressman Harper’s Bill Delivers for America’s Veterans

U.S. Congressman Gregg Harper (MS-03), Chairman of the Committee on House Administration and the Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, released the...

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