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State Treasurer Lynn Fitch and Mississippi Children’s Museum Partner to Celebrate 529 Day

A day to promote the importance of saving for college For the sixth year, the Office of State Treasurer Lynn Fitch and Mississippi Children’s Museum...

Mississippi Lottery Strengthens Its “Roll” with Powerball® and Mega Millions® Debut!

Surrounded by boats on the Mississippi Sound, Keith’s Superstore on the Pass Christian Harbor buzzed with excitement early Thursday morning as Sen. Philip Moran...

It was a big week for the Supreme Court with two major decisions

This week the US Supreme Court handed down two decisions that have major implications nationally. The Supreme Court ruled to uphold President Trump's counterterrorism...

SALTER: Justice court judges valuable, but significantly untrained as constitutional scholars

By: Sid Salter If you need a wise, reasonable soul to adjudicate a drunken misdemeanor bar fight, sort out right from wrong in a traffic...

Snyder puts to rests unfounded rumors of Medicaid expansion

Wednesday at the Capitol, the House Medicaid committee was addressed by Executive Director of Medicaid, Drew Snyder. The meeting was intended to give a...

MDOC searching for escaped Parchman inmate

The Mississippi Department of Corrections is searching for escaped Inmate Benny Ray Blansett. Blansett, 59, was discovered missing from Unit 30 at the Mississippi State...

Reeves orders restaurants to suspend dine in services

Today Governor Tate Reeves signed an Executive Order that would require restaurants to suspend dine-in service. This would allow them to only supply goods...

SALTER: Despite Will’s prognostications, electoral math remains difficult for Espy in Senate race

By: Sid Salter Conservative newspaper columnist George Will is a magnificent political observer and a marvelous writer. Whether it’s politics or baseball, Will’s stuff is...

October Revenue Report is in, and under sine die estimate

Unlike most months this year the October revenue report was under the sine die estimate by about $31.7 million. Reports are still up for...

Whether by design or circumstances, 2018 elections are proving confusing to state voters

By: Sid Salter Confused about the 2018 elections in Mississippi? You likely aren’t alone. Mississippi voters will elect two U.S. senators in the 2018 elections. There...

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