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Museums to host Mississippi Freedom Seder
Brittany Land
March 26, 2019
The Museum of Mississippi History, the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum, and the Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life will host the Mississippi Freedom Seder on Tuesday, April 16th, at 6 p.m. in the Craig H....
75 new jobs coming to Shannon
Brittany Land
March 26, 2019
General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems is increasing its manufacturing capacity in Shannon to accommodate the addition of a new product line. The project is a $50-million corporate investment and will create 75 jobs over five years....
Start time announced for MSU’s Sweet 16 matchup
Steven Gagliano
March 26, 2019
Graphic Courtesy of MSU Athletics After two wins in Starkville to open up the NCAA Tournament, the Bulldog women are headed West for the Sweet 16 later this week. A Bulldog win over Clemson on...
Leaders ask for federal help as flooding continues
Steven Gagliano
March 26, 2019
With many Mississippi counties still dealing with damage and flooding after recent severe weather, the state’s entire delegation in D.C. has joined Governor Phil Bryant in calling for a federal disaster declaration. Mississippi’s congressional delegation,...
AG Hood seeks to protect state lottery
Alex Paton
March 26, 2019
Attorney General Jim Hood joined a group of 25 attorneys general to protect state lotteries. The group expressed their concern over a legal opinion that may negatively impact state-run and multi-state lotteries, including Mega Millions...
Senate passes resolution to amend U.S. Constitution
Alex Paton
March 26, 2019
The Mississippi legislature is one step closer to consider amending the U.S. Constitution. The resolution was introduced in the Senate that would limit the power of the federal government. The convention would be made possible...
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