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Atmos Energy Donates $3,000 to the American Red Cross in Support of Safety

“Pledge to Call 811” raises awareness for the importance of safe digging practices Atmos Energy’s recent “Pledge to Call 811” campaign was a rousing success...

Innocor increasing capacity in Baldwyn, creating 90 jobs

Polyurethane foam manufacturer Innocor is increasing production at its two facilities in Baldwyn. The expansion marks a $4.1 million corporate investment and will create...

OPINION: Higher cigarette tax means a stronger workforce

By: Tina Lakey Mississippi is our home. For me, it is where I grew up and reared a family. It’s also where I have worked...

Mississippi among six states to receive 2019 Gold Shovel Award for economic development

Mississippi is one of six states to receive the coveted 2019 Gold Shovel Award for large job creation and investment projects in diverse industries. According...

Mississippi Lottery Corporation Announces Updated Claims Procedures for Public Health

The Mississippi Lottery Corporation (MLC) announced today, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it will switch to mail-in claims for certain prize levels starting Monday,...

Early results of legalized sports betting in Mississippi are positive

The legalization of sports betting in Mississippi seems to be moving in a positive direction. It all started in New Jersey, when the state won...

SALTER: How well does Mississippi’s higher education system compare with surrounding states?  (HED)

By: Sid Salter The Chronicle of Higher Education’s annual “Almanac of Higher Education” edition for 2019-20 is hot off the presses and the information contained...

Mississippi reading scores improve across the state

Reading scores rise across state Mississippi’s third grade reading scores are continuing to rise. Throughout the state, 93.2% of 3rd graders passed the test and...

SALTER: Call it reform or expansion, but embattled state hospitals seek Medicaid safety net

By: Sid Salter As noted more often than this writer cares to remember, the fact is that public health care for Mississippi’s poor, working poor,...

OP-ED: Mississippi Voters Support Donor Privacy Bill on Governor’s Desk

A bill that would protect the personal privacy of individuals who donate to nonprofit charities awaits the signature of Gov. Phil Bryant this week. Authored...

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