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Timeline for MDOC Commissioner search pushed back

The search committee to help find the next Commissioner for the Mississippi Department of Corrections is pushing back their timeline. The goal was to have...

Gov. Reeves Issues Supplement to Ensure United COVID-19 Response

Today, Governor Tate Reeves issued a supplement to his latest executive order to clarify and provide direction for leaders across the state to protect...

Mississippi Legislature will not reconvene April 1 as planned

The Mississippi Legislature will delay reconvening the 2020 Legislative Session beyond Wednesday, April 1, by agreement of Lieutenant Governor Delbert Hosemann and Speaker of...

Ag Commissioner Encourages the Public to Buy Direct from Farmers

Farmers Markets Remain Open in Adams, Forrest, Harrison, Hinds, Jackson, Lafayette, Tate Counties  Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce Andy Gipson encourages the public to consider...

Will Mississippi embrace shifting public education landscape post-Coronavirus?

Even in times of uncertainty there are opportunities to rethink and adapt to what is the new normal.  Response to the coronavirus has forced...

WATCH: Governor Reeves provides updates on offensive plan to slow COVID-19 in Mississippi

Governor Tate Reeves hosted a press conference with Director of the Mississippi State Department of Health Dr. Thomas Dobbs to discuss the new offensive...

PSC coordinating with Utility Providers to suspend Online Convenience Fees

The Mississippi Public Service Commission is coordinating with utility providers under its jurisdiction to temporarily suspend convenience fees for online payments during the COVID-19...

Governor Tate Reeves Announces Disaster Assistance for February Severe Storms

Today, Governor Tate Reeves announced disaster assistance for Mississippi businesses and residents hit by the Pearl River flooding on February 10-14, 2020. Working to help...

Congressman Thompson to support #Coronavirus relief bill

Mississippi Congressman Bennie Thompson (D-MS2) today announced his support for the U.S. Senate’s Coronavirus Response Bill. “America has a moral obligation to care and protect...

WATSON: Take time to complete the Census

With so much uncertainty surrounding our country, one constant is the need for adequate federal funding and representation in Washington, D.C. Our founding fathers...

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