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A group in Quitman is planning a unity march to address racial injustice and police brutality. [Read More]
Here are some local businesses, organizations and events that have been affected by COVID-19. [Read More]
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The March shooting of a Lauderdale County Chancery Court judge and the COVID-19 pandemic have highlighted the importance of planning for the county's new government... [Read More]
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Longtime East Mississippi Community College employee Dr. James L. Rush has been named the college's vice president of instruction. [Read More]
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Rain didn't stop members of the community from kicking off Reconciliation Week in Meridian Monday morning. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the week started with a... [Read More]
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Lamar head football coach Mac Barnes had scheduled a meeting to take place the week after spring break for his 10-12th graders, and their parents,... [Read More]
Lauderdale County Sheriff's Department... [Read More]
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Mississippi State University announced a revised fall academic calendar, with health and safety during the coronavirus pandemic in mind. [Read More]
Which activity have you increased the most since the arrival of COVID-19? [Read More]
The Mississippi State Department of Health reported 357 new cases of COVID-19 in Mississippi Monday, for a total of 31,257 and three additional deaths, for... [Read More]
University of Mississippi student Johnny Douglas of Oxford was worried that his therapy for depression and anxiety might stop in its tracks when the COVID-19... [Read More]
The Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce plans to distribute 1,400 whole produce boxes and 1,400 gallons of milk to the public Friday at the... [Read More]
Thousands of families in Mississippi cannot receive a cellphone call in their homes because of weak signals – a problem that the Department of Education... [Read More]
Jarrod Moulds texted John Rea last week, wondering if he knew anybody he could partner up with for the upcoming tournament at Northwood Country Club. [Read More]
Globs of holiday revelers who flocked to a popular northern Michigan lake in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic have health experts concerned about potential... [Read More]
Click here to view this item from meridianstar.com. [Read More]
 The Mississippi Legislature plowed new ground last week when members heroically voted to banish the Confederate battle flag from the state flag, uprooting a long-time... [Read More]
The Mississippi State Department of Health reported 226 new cases of COVID-19 in Mississippi Sunday, for a total of 30,900 and five additional deaths, for... [Read More]
Starting in early August, people driving on Mississippi's interstates will see new, quirky slogans appearing on digital message signs. [Read More]
Gov. Tate Reeves was not a participant Wednesday in the momentous occasion where the state flags that flew over the Mississippi Capitol were removed —... [Read More]
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