Auditor’s office given high marks in review by the National State Auditors Association (NSAA)

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The Mississippi OSA has received a peer review rating of pass. The National State Auditors Association (NSAA) conducted peer reviews in late August and examined...

Governor Reeves announces launch of anti-human trafficking website

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Website provides citizens with a centralized location for information related to human trafficking in Mississippi. The Mississippi Department of Health website states that human trafficking affects...

Mississippi Ranks 35th in the Nation for K-12 Achievement in Quality Counts National Report

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Mississippi achieved the No. 1 spot in the nation for gains on the 2019 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP). Mississippi ranks 35th in the...

Lawmakers find teacher pay isn’t the only issue in the shortage nationwide

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Teacher pay may not be the only deterrent for individuals leaving the profession or choosing not to enter it.  The Senate Education Committee held a...

Sen. Hyde-Smith warns Dems’ $3.5 trillion plan could harm Miss. dairies and farms

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Hyde Smith: Dems' plan is a "reckless tax and spend agenda" U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith warned today that the agricultural portion of the Democrats’ evolving $3.5...

Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Museum to host Science Fest demonstrations

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Mississippi Science Fest will take place September 16 thru September 18.  The Mississippi Science Fest is the LeFleur Museum District’s signature event, and will take...

Reeves releases task force report on Mississippi teacher shortage and economic future

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Reeves says teacher pay is critical for long term success in addressing teacher shortage. In the 50-page report released by Reeves from the Mississippi Governor's...

Monitor confirmed COVID-19 cases in Mississippi

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MSDH officials have recommended that individuals practice social distancing and people do not gather in groups more than 10. Schools, businesses and even state...

SALTER: Reckoning eludes final surviving member of the Carl Parker family in Quitman County

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By: Sid Salter Randall Scott Parker is finally, mercifully at peace and a family circle violently broken 31 years ago is once again unbroken. A month...

Sen. Hyde-Smith seeks one year extension of National Flood Insurance Program

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More than 5 million families and businesses depend on the NFIP, including more than 60,000 in Mississippi. U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) has announced her...

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