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Presbyterian Christian School junior Neilee James is living on her own in Washington, D.C., and working as a page on Capitol Hill. [Read More]
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University of Southern Mississippi officials say an enrollment decrease of 73 students must be examined to determine its fiscal impacts for 2017-18. [Read More]
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Hattiesburg's The Bottling Company opened in 1915 and by 1942 was running 24 hours a day, producing 1.25 million cases of Coca-Cola a year. [Read More]
University of Southern Mississippi police are now monitoring a Sunday protest over the state flag after seeing the violence in Charlottesville, Va. [Read More]
It's lovebug mating season in Mississippi and the fly is everywhere, especially near highways where it is attracted to exhaust fumes and engine heat. [Read More]
Forrest and Lamar county supervisors approve fiscal year 2018 budgets... [Read More]
Pine Belt colleges and universities believe they are reaching all students with Title IX training in case they are a victim of sexual misconduct. [Read More]
University of Southern Mississippi student parents could lose a valuable child care subsidy if the Senate Appropriations Committee doesn't fund CCAMPIS. [Read More]
University of Southern Mississippi health officials have diagnosed 88 cases of the flu in 10 days.        ... [Read More]
Jones County Junior College is a drop-off site this Labor Day weekend for supplies for Hurricane Harvey victims. [Read More]
A survey team from the National Weather Service in Jackson says two EF1 tornadoes hit the Pine Belt on Wednesday. [Read More]
Hattiesburg native Terrence Wade learned to accept differences of opinion while a contestant on the Game Show Network's "Divided." [Read More]
Pearl River Community College's student cafeteria gets a $600,000 remodel and is now serving everything from rotisserie chicken to Vietnamese dishes. [Read More]
As Hurricane Harvey makes a second landfall near the Texas/Louisiana border it could bring 2-4 inches of rain to Forrest and Lamar counties. [Read More]
Mississippi Department of Education releases state kindergarten and Pre-K scores, and Petal and Forrest County school districts come out on top. [Read More]
Mississippi test scores and third-grade reading scores show success may be in the future for Rawls Springs Attendance Center, which is ranked F. [Read More]
Fired professor Daniel Browning's lawsuit against William Carey University has been successfully mediated and dismissed with prejudice. [Read More]
Under the state's Early Learning Collaborative Act, Mississippians can get a state tax credit for donating to one of 14 early learning collaboratives. [Read More]
Mississippi's early learning collaboratives, including two in Petal and Lamar County, rank in the top five in the nation for quality standards. [Read More]
Ashley Henry, Collins Elementary School's music teacher, won $25,000 in HP technology for her K-12 classes by entering a tweet in a Best Buy contest. [Read More]
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