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Space, Sea, Air – We Have It All!
Andi Davis
June 14, 2019
Mississippi. This phenomenal state became my home over 20 years ago.  I was blessed to have remarkable opportunities in journalism and politics, which laid the groundwork for long-lasting relationships, both personally and professionally.  Over the years, I...
USM Eagle Maker Hub receives funding to expand
Alex Paton
June 14, 2019
Photo courtesy of the University of Southern Mississippi New funding provided by the Civil-Military Innovation Institute Inc. (CMI2) will enable The University of Southern Mississippi’s unique Eagle Maker Hub to enhance its productivity as a...
MDE announces $3M for summer reading grants
Alex Paton
June 14, 2019
The Mississippi State Board of Education approved today $3 million in summer reading grants for 24 schools over the next three years to support their efforts in helping struggling students. The Mississippi Department of Education...
Coast delegation discusses Spillway issues at White House
Alex Paton
June 14, 2019
Several Mayors from Mississippi’s Gulf Coast spent time at the White House this week expressing their concerns regarding the impact of the intrusion of freshwater from the Bonnet Carré Spillway. The group of Mayors met...
Law enforcement on “high alert” following gang threat
Steven Gagliano
June 14, 2019
Mississippi’s law enforcement agencies have been placed on high alert following an officer-involved shooting in Memphis on Wednesday night that allegedly has gang members seeking revenge. Fox News reports that 20-year-old Brandon Webber was shot and...
Flag Day! Fly it proud.
Andi Davis
June 14, 2019
(Information courtesy of military.com) THE HISTORY OF FLAG DAY The first celebration of the U.S. Flag’s birthday was held in 1877 on the 100th anniversary of the Flag Resolution of 1777. However, it is believed...