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Rain and possible thunderstorms – 6-17-19
Alex Paton
June 17, 2019
Here’s a quick rundown of the weather today across Mississippi. In north Mississippi, mostly cloudy skies with isolated showers and thunderstorms in the morning. Numerous showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon and highs will be...
MDWFP releases 2019-2020 hunting dates, bag limits
Alex Paton
June 16, 2019
The Mississippi Department of Wildlife has released the hunting dates and bag limits for the 2019-2020 season. Dear archery season will open on October 1st and run through Nov. 22nd for the Delta, Northeast, East...
Rep. Thompson authors bill to protect churches from terrorism
Alex Paton
June 16, 2019
The bipartisan legislation which protects churches and religious organizations from terrorist attacks. The bill was passed in the House and will ensure necessary Federal support to protect the safety of non-profits at risk of terrorism,...
Governor, Insurance Commissioner join lawsuits to expand health plans
Alex Paton
June 15, 2019
Insurance Commissioner Mike Chaney has joined the state of Oklahoma in a lawsuit. The lawsuit supports the U.S. Department of Labor’s rule to expand Associated Health Plans which would give a cheaper alternative to consumers...
MDWFP stocks five lakes with largemouth bass
Steven Gagliano
June 15, 2019
Photo courtesy of MDWFP With the arrival of summertime, more Mississippians will be out fishing, and the Department of Wildlife has restocked five lakes across the state with largemouth bass.  Bay Springs Lake in Northeast...
The mindset of a Gulf Coast crabber: “I’m Worried”
Andi Davis
June 15, 2019
(Photos courtesy of Tjay Pratt) I imagine, choosing to make your living on the water must be close to the life of a farmer.  Each year, you pray the harvest will be good enough to...