Take a look at the 2018 Neshoba County Fair schedule

The Neshoba County Fair is the political forum for the State of Mississippi. State, local, and on occasion national politicians come to the fair...

Governor Reeves Provides Unemployment Benefits to Help Mississippi Workers During COVID-19 Outbreak

Today, Governor Tate Reeves announced efforts to provide unemployment benefits to help Mississippi workers and their families impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak. Working to support...

Bryant, Canizaro making Mississippi Medical City a reality

Driving down Highway 67 a few years ago, Phil Bryant saw what a future Governor should see in the people and places he’s entrusted...

What you need to know before heading to the Neshoba County Fair

The 2019 Neshoba County Fair kicks off today. The fair began in the 1890's and shortly after it's origin became one of the premier political...

Bradley Lum takes on the mission at MPIC

Bradley Lum is the newest CEO for the Mississippi Prison Industries Corporation. Lum said he felt drawn to the organization for the chance to...

Amazon locating second Mississippi fulfillment center in DeSoto County, creating 500 new full-time...

Amazon is locating its second Mississippi fulfillment center in Olive Branch. The company will create 500 new full-time jobs at the facility. “Amazon's decision to...

Governor Tate Reeves Announces Mississippi Disaster Declaration from Trump Administration

In response to the severe storms, straight-line winds, tornadoes, and flooding that impacted Mississippi on January 10-11, 2020, Governor Tate Reeves announced that President...

Mississippi awarded $10.6 million in early childhood development federal grant

Mississippi was awarded $10.6 million for the "Connected for Success: A Family-Based Unified and Integrated Early Childhood" federal grant.

Jackson Mayor elaborates on decision to ban open carry in the city

Major of Jackson, Chokwe Lumumba Jr., held a press conference on Monday in which he spoke briefly about his decision to order a ban...

TAGGART: Back to the Future

By: Andy Taggart A couple of weeks ago, in a piece entitled “Votes Matter,” we looked at the history of Mississippi’s last forty years of...

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