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SALTER: Self-checkout line at grocery and big box stores put traditional cashiers’ jobs in...

By: Sid Salter There were some justifiable fears in the late 1950s and early 1960s - threats like polio, global thermonuclear war, or the President...

Candidates whistling through political graveyard on Social Security, Medicare challenges

By: Sid Salter Both here in Mississippi and nationally, congressional candidates are making no mention of the serious challenges faced by the present iterations of the...

SALTER: Coronavirus (COVID-19) isn’t the first pandemic to threaten Mississippians

By: Sid Salter While the state of Mississippi currently has no known or reported cases, the growing global concern over probable U.S. impacts from the...

Medicaid to increase monthly prescription drugs, yearly home health visits

The Mississippi Division of Medicaid (DOM) will soon cover more prescription drugs per month and more home health visits per year for Medicaid beneficiaries,...

SATLER: Impeachment drama was different for state’s U.S. senators during Watergate

By: Sid Salter In what has to date been an almost exclusively partisan enterprise, the Democratic U.S. House majority impeached President Donald Trump last month...

The Mississippi Powerball® and Mega Millions® Starting January 30

Mark your calendars, Mississippians, for January 30. Powerball® and Mega Millions® will both be available for purchase in Mississippi on that date. “Mississippians will no...

Death toll now up to five due to Coronavirus

Tonight the Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) reports two new deaths from coronavirus (COVID-19) in Mississippi. The cases were a Wilkinson County male 85-90...

Mississippi ranks in Top 10 States for Doing Business

According to Area Development, an online magazine forum, Mississippi and many other Southern states like Georgia, Texas and Alabama. One common denominator among all of...

WATCH: Reeves provides updates on shelter-in-place, filing for unemployment and more

Just one day after Governor Tate Reeves ordered a shelter-in-place for the whole state of Mississippi he talks about what that means and how...

SATLER: Mississippi Legislature’s look, leadership likely to change after current round of elections

By: Sid Salter Nationally, the demographics of America’s state legislators are far different than Mississippi’s numbers indicate, according to data available from the National Conference...

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